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NEWS
December 27, 2002
BOYS Estancia Coast Classic First Round Anaheim 43, CdM 41 Score by Quarters Anaheim 12 10 9 12 -- 43 CdM 5 11 10 15 -- 41 Anaheim -- Rodriguez 2, Valencia 6, Barrera 12, Jones 9, DeVille 6, MacBenttez 5, Barrios 3. 3-pt. goals -- Barrera 1, MacBenttez 1. Fouled out -- Ridriguez. Technicals -- none. Corona del Mar -- Mancillas 19, Luce 2, Sherick-Odom 0, Welch 0, Matsen 2. Northridge 5, Seaborn 9, Freede 4. 3-pt.
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NEWS
December 27, 2002
Barry Faulkner COSTA MESA -- The Estancia High boys basketball team took care of its gift exchange on the court Thursday, sharing the ball like it was good will on the way to a 76-29 victory over Rancho Alamitos in the first round of the Estancia Coast Classic at Estancia High. After opening a little sluggishly, allowing the Vaqueros (0-7) to take an 11-9 lead with 2:04 left in the first period, the Eagles (9-1) scored the next 24 points and kept pouring it on until they led, 69-17 in the opening minute of the final quarter.
NEWS
December 27, 2002
First Round Villa Park 68, Glendale Hoover 37 Workman 55, Notre Dame (Riv.) 30 Chaparral 80, Irvine 42 Edison 60, So. Torrance 57 Estancia 76, Rancho Alamitos 29 Anaheim 43, Corona del Mar 41 Trabuco Hills 55, La Quinta 43 Rosemead 59, Mayfair 47 Today Championship Quarters 4:50 p.m. -- Villa Park vs. Workman 8 p.m. -- Chaparral vs. Edison 6:25 p.m. - Estancia vs. Anaheim...
NEWS
December 17, 2002
ARTESIA -- Estancia High's girls basketball team got it going in the second quarter and used a 15-6 spurt to key a 50-46 victory over Inglewood in the first round of the Artesia Tournament Monday evening. Trisha Wase scored 14 points and Xochitl Byfield netted 13 points as the Eagles improved to 5-1 and grabbed a berth in the second round Wednesday at Millikan High in Long Beach, starting at 5:25 p.m. "We were a little inconsistent," said Estancia Coach Tami Rappa.
NEWS
December 13, 2002
TODAY Basketball Community college women -- Orange Coast at SD Mesa, 6 p.m. High school boys -- Bill Reynolds Classic at Newport Harbor, pool play, Newport Harbor vs. Orange, 7:30 p.m.; Costa Mesa at Valley Christian Tournament, pool play, vs. Bolsa Grande, 3:30 p.m.; Corona del Mar and Estancia at La Quinta Tournament, Corona del Mar vs. Calvary Chapel, 3:30 p.m.; Estancia vs. Santa Ana Valley, 5 p.m.; ...
NEWS
December 12, 2002
Corona del Mar High senior Kelliann Klein scored a game-high 18 points, but the Sea Kings' girls basketball team lost, 43-39, to Western in the second round of pool play of the Western Tournament Wednesday. CdM senior Madison Otterbein added 13 points. "We had a chance to win it," CdM Coach James Barkalow said. "The girls gave me everything they had. We just came on the wrong side of it. The girls played great defense." The Sea Kings (0-3)
NEWS
November 14, 2002
Barry Faulkner Two football teams in search of a happy ending will pursue that opportunity Friday at 7 p.m. when Estancia High hosts Golden West League rival Ocean View in the season finale for both teams at Orange Coast College. Estancia (1-8, 0-5 in league) has lost eight straight since a season-opening win over Magnolia. The Eagles are 1-17 since the start of last year's season. Ocean View (1-8, 0-5) is aiming to end a six-game losing streak that followed the Seahawks' Week 3 win over a Canyon squad that will play for a share of the Century League title this week.
NEWS
November 14, 2002
CIF Division VI -- 1. Los Altos, 7-2; 2. Orange Lutheran, 7-2; 3. Foothill, 7-2; 4. Charter Oak, 7-2; 5. El Modena, 6-3; 6. Newport Harbor, 7-2; 7. La Mirada, 6-3; 8. Bellflower, 7-2; 9. Valencia, 6-3; 10. Katella, 7-2. CIF Division VII -- 1. Santa Fe, 7-2; 2. Walnut, 8-1; 3. Arroyo 6-3; 4. Pioneer, 7-2; 5. Bell Gardens; 6. Costa Mesa, 7-2; 7. West Covina, 6-3; 8. El Rancho, 6-3; 9. South Hills, 5-4; 10. Gahr. CIF Division IX -- 1. La Habra, 8-1; 2. Fulleton, 7-2; 3. Western, 7-2; 4. Northwood, 8-1; 5. Northview, 7-2; 6. Los Amigos, 8-1; 7. Pomona, 8-1; 8. Pacifica, 7-2; 9. Rancho Alamitos, 6-3; 10. Corona del Mar, 5-4. CIF Division XIII -- 1. Linfield, 8-1; 2. Pasadena Poly, 6-2; 3. Saddleback Valley Christian, 7-1; 4. Rio Hondo Prep, 7-2; 5. Brethren Christian, 6-3; 6. Flintridge Prep, 4-4; 7. Capistrano Valley Christian, 5-4; 8. Campbell Hall, 5-4; 9. Grace Brethren, 6-3; 10. Chadwick, 4-4.
NEWS
October 3, 2002
Barry Faulkner On the surface, the only thing equal about Saturday's 7 p.m. Golden West League-opening football matchup between Estancia High and visiting Westminster would appear to be the two teams' records. Estancia Coach Jay Noonan acknowledges his Eagles (1-2) will enter Newport Harbor High's stadium as the clear underdog against the defending league champion Lions (1-2), who were picked to win the league in a preseason coaches' poll. "They played two good, solid teams in Pacifica (2-1 and ranked No. 6 in CIF Southern Section Division IX)
NEWS
May 16, 2002
GARDEN GROVE - Amid coaching changes and injuries, some teams might cringe and give up. But not the Corona del Mar High girls softball team. The Sea Kings (11-9, 7-3 in the Pacific Coast League) battled through injuries such as catcher Amy Tyson getting hit in the face with a comebacker in a Pacific Coast League game, and adjusted to a coaching change earlier in league play. They showed the same toughness Wednesday, battling with host Rancho Alamitos (14-11)
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