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December 10, 2007
IRVINE — A late second-half rally wasn’t enough to keep the UC Irvine women from falling, 85-73, to UNLV Sunday afternoon. Trailing by 14, their largest deficit of the game, the Anteaters (4-5) pulled within six with 7:21 left in the game after a three-point goal by senior forward Miranda Forry. However, the Rebels hit eight of 12 free throws, compared to just one from Irvine senior guard Anna Mai for the win at Bren Events Center. “They’re the most athletic team we’ve played this year, and they were definitely challenging, and we didn’t step up in all the areas that we needed to,” said Irvine Coach Molley Tuter.
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March 26, 2003
UNLV shortstop Peter White took one for the team Tuesday night, driving in the winning run in a 3-2 come-from-behind nonconference triumph over visiting UC Irvine by being hit by a pitch in the eighth inning. White's plunking, the third UNLV hit batsman of the night and the 62nd for the Rebels this season, broke a 2-2 tie and helped drop the Anteaters to 10-17. UNLV (20-8) had pulled even with a run in the seventh. The winning run was unearned and the Anteaters committed five errors.
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By Grant Gordon | June 9, 2006
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — On May 1, the Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team hosted and promptly swept La Salle in a nonleague match. When the two met again in the Flintridge Prep gym for Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division V second-round match, that first match had nothing to with nor resembled in any way the teams' rematch. In fact, the outcome was the complete opposite, as the visiting Lancers swept away the Rebels' season, 25-18, 27-25, 25-22. "We should've done better and they played really well [on May 1]
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September 27, 2001
The Rebels and United Blue battled to a 1-1 tie in an AYSO Region 97 boys Division 3 soccer game Saturday. Jonathan Gordon led the Rebels' offensive attack with a goal. Benji Pepic, Sergio Rodriquez, David Garrett, Renice Davis and Alex Boullon also took shots on goal. Jeremy Lewis, Ethan Bartolic, Phil Garrett and Logan Schuttenlhelm turned away many offensive attacks by United Blue. Cameron Lewis, Patrick Etter, Edgar Torres and Brian Wong played strong in midfield.
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November 23, 2001
The Fire burned the Rebels, 4-2, and, 4-1, in AYSO Region 97 boys under-14 playoff soccer games to win the championship last weekend. In Saturday's 4-2 victory, Nick Hendricks had a pair of unassisted goals. Donny Hunt added two goals with assists from Jake Liddicotte and Dillon Giedt. Ian Fowler and Nick Weil shared goalkeeper duties and kept the Rebels under control. In Sunday's game, Hunt had two goals with assists from Hendricks and Chris Womble.
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November 14, 2001
The Rebels scored three goals in the first quarter en route to a 6-2 victory over United Blue in an AYSO Region 97 boys under-14 playoff soccer game Saturday. Renice Davis scored three goals in the game and Phil Garrett, Alex Boullon and David Garrett each scored one. Jonathan Gordon and Sergio Rodriquez provided speed up front. Patrick Vlahakis almost scored with a strong shot on goal. Brian Wong and Benjamin Pepic held back most United Blue attacks.
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By Ed Leyba | July 22, 2008
The Pacific Coast Girls Fastpitch Softball (PCGFS) 10-under All Star team from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa combined truly stepped up to the challenge in the ASA Junior Olympic State Championship in Lancaster, CA July 11 through the 13th.    Unlike the ASA Junior Olympic District Championship Tournament the week before, this was a tournament with the top three teams assembled from each of the six districts in Southern California.   In the 34 games of double-elimination bracket play there simply were no weak teams in the mix.  The district champions were present from San Clemente, Eastvale, San Dieguito, Imperial Beach, Hacienda Heights and La Canada.
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October 31, 2002
Will Reichenstein tallied two goals and an assist to lead the Slammin' Smurfs to a four-goal win over the Beach Bums Saturday at Kaiser School in Costa Mesa in boys under-14 soccer action. The Smurfs used accurate passes to score goals, getting contributions from several players, including Branden Rowley, Chris Gutierrez, Andrew Kaban and Kyle Caldwell, who all scored one goal in the Region 97 duel. Caldwell and Kaban assisted on Reichenstein's two goals.
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November 20, 2001
Richard Dunn BREN EVENTS CENTER - In its home opener Monday night, the UC Irvine women's basketball team started with as much color as the pageantry inside the arena against the University of Nevada Las Vegas. But the Runnin' Rebels switched to a zone defense and rallied in the first half as the visitors defeated the Anteaters, 71-52, in nonconference action. "They started zoning us and we started standing around," said UCI Coach Mark Adams, whose squad (1-1)
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November 22, 2002
Two goals from Jonathan Figueroa with assists from Spencer Rautus and Dillan Freiberg keyed Newport Beach in a 3-2 win over eighth-seed San Clemente in Boys under-11 Plus Team play in AYSO Region 97 soccer. Rautus scored in the last half with an assist from Blake Davey. Offensive captain Jake Manning led the charge and was rounded out by Brian Baca and Whitney Regan. Captain Davey led the defense in goal and was helped in the net for one quarter by Figueroa.
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By Gabriel Rizk and Daily Pilot | May 14, 2010
LA CANADA — Counterintuitive as it may seem, a lead late in a set seemed to be the last thing either team wanted in Thursday night's CIF Southern Section Division V second-round playoff game between Sage Hill School and host Flintridge Prep. In two of the first three sets, the team that trailed late rallied to win and the Rebels did their best to follow suit with a furious rally in the fourth set after the Lightning began to pull away late. "I told the kids [before the fourth game]
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By Ed Leyba | July 22, 2008
The Pacific Coast Girls Fastpitch Softball (PCGFS) 10-under All Star team from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa combined truly stepped up to the challenge in the ASA Junior Olympic State Championship in Lancaster, CA July 11 through the 13th.    Unlike the ASA Junior Olympic District Championship Tournament the week before, this was a tournament with the top three teams assembled from each of the six districts in Southern California.   In the 34 games of double-elimination bracket play there simply were no weak teams in the mix.  The district champions were present from San Clemente, Eastvale, San Dieguito, Imperial Beach, Hacienda Heights and La Canada.
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February 21, 2008
NATIONAL JUNIOR BASKETBALL Fifth- and sixth-grade boys All-Stars announced: Newport-Mesa NJB has announced the 2007-08 Boys 5th & 6th Grade All-Stars who will be representing the Newport-Mesa area in the upcoming All-Star Sectional Tournaments in March. Fifth grade All-Stars: Coach: Greg Shockey (Runnin’ Rebels); Asst. Coach: Vahe Karamardian (Trojans); Asst. Coach: Greg Reposa (Bruins); Max Kline (Red Storm); Joey Faris (Zips); James Pflughaupt (Runnin’ Rebels)
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December 10, 2007
IRVINE — A late second-half rally wasn’t enough to keep the UC Irvine women from falling, 85-73, to UNLV Sunday afternoon. Trailing by 14, their largest deficit of the game, the Anteaters (4-5) pulled within six with 7:21 left in the game after a three-point goal by senior forward Miranda Forry. However, the Rebels hit eight of 12 free throws, compared to just one from Irvine senior guard Anna Mai for the win at Bren Events Center. “They’re the most athletic team we’ve played this year, and they were definitely challenging, and we didn’t step up in all the areas that we needed to,” said Irvine Coach Molley Tuter.
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By Barry Faulkner | September 1, 2007
COSTA MESA — When playing the Savanna High Rebels, speed is always a cause for concern. This point was impressed, once again on Costa Mesa football coach Jeremy Osso, whose team was sped past, 62-7, in the nonleague season opener for both teams Friday night at Orange Coast College. “How can you contain speed?” asked the second-year coach, whose team was trounced by the Orange League representative, 55-7, in last season’s opener. “We tried to keep them inside, but [Dominique Williams]
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By Barry Faulkner | July 13, 2007
Taylor Hughes has been the guy, as well as the guy behind the guy. Tonight, when the South meets the North in the Orange County All-Star football game that kicks off at 7:15 at Orange Coast College, he'll see what it's like being the guy beside the guy. Hughes, a quarterback who broke Corona del Mar High single-season records for passing yards (2,204) and touchdown passes (22) while throwing at least one TD pass in all 10 games he played last fall, is scheduled to share time for the South with former Trabuco Hills standout Sean Reilly.
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By Hamlet Nalbandyan | September 2, 2006
ANAHEIM — For D.J. Lepper, his first varsity football game was as forgettable as it was memorable. Sure, years from now the Costa Mesa senior running back will boast of his 173 rushing yards on 29 hard-fought carries, all of which came against a Savanna squad that towered over him and his teammates. Chances are though, when Lepper talks about Friday night's nonleague contest, he'll leave out the part about Savanna posting a 55-7 victory at La Palma Park. It was that kind of a season opener for the Mustangs, who are coming off a 2-8 campaign in 2005.
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