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February 11, 2011
GIRLS' WATER POLO Newport Harbor 15, Riverside Poly 2 NEWPORT BEACH — Kailyn Obenauer and Carly Christian each scored three goals as the Sailors won their nonleague regular-season finale Friday at Newport Harbor High. Catherine Carpenter, Presley Pender and Elissa Schilling each scored twice for Newport Harbor, still playing without junior Maddy McLaren (rib injury) and also missing senior Mary Rose Wight (flu). Tars senior goalkeeper Sarah Wilkey recorded 10 saves.
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March 8, 2000
RIVERSIDE - Newport Harbor High and Riverside Poly's baseball teams combined for nine home runs, and the host Bears pulled out a 10-9 victory with appropriately enough, a homer in the top of the eighth inning, during Tuesday's North Orange County Tournament third round game.Down 9-3 in the fifth inning, the Sailors (1-2) scored six runs to tie up the game. Miguel Sandoval and Scott Beerer each hit two-run homers in that inning for Newport. It was Beerer's second home run of the day. He finished with three hits and three RBIs.
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By Matt Szabo | November 12, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR - Last year, the Corona del Mar High boys' water polo team had to travel to Riverside for its CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinal match against King. This year the Sea Kings won the coin flip. They still had to play a team from Riverside in the quarterfinals, Riverside Poly, but the match was at home. For the Sea Kings' eight seniors, Saturday's contest was the last possible home match of the season. They made it count. CdM cruised into the Division II semifinals after topping Poly, 18-8, behind a five-goal effort from senior two-meter man Ben Zepfel.
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February 21, 2002
RIVERSIDE - Newport Harbor High senior forward Amy Ross continued an impressive postseason by scoring the game's only goal in the Sailors' 1-0 CIF Southern Section Division II second-round girls soccer playoff victory Wednesday at Riverside Poly. The win, Harbor's first second-round playoff triumph, propels Coach Jason Sorrell's No. 3-seeded squad into Friday's quarterfinal against Crescenta Valley, with the host to be determined by a coin flip today. Ross posted a hat trick in the Sailors' 3-1 first-round win over University Saturday.
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July 10, 2000
MISSION VIEJO - The Corona del Mar High boys water polo team won three contests this past weekend in the CAT 18 and Under Water Polo Tournament played at Saddleback College. The Sea Kings defeated Santa Ana Valley, 13-5, and a SoCal "B" squad, 15-3, on Saturday, before defeating Riverside Poly, 4-3, in overtime on Sunday. Chriss Street had two goals, including the overtime winner against Poly, while Artie Dorr and Cavan Cuyler each added single goals for CdM. Goalie Beau Stockstill had 11 saves.
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February 21, 2002
Name: Amy Ross Born: Jan. 19, 1984 Hometown: Costa Mesa Height: 5-foot-9 Weight: 145 Sport: Soccer Position: Forward Coach: Jason Sorrell Favorite food: Italian Favorite movie: "Top Gun" Best athletic moment: "Either the (hat trick Saturday in a first-round CIF playoff win over University) or scoring the tying goal against Marina in the Excalibur Tournament and scoring another goal in the shootout (the Tars eventually won in penalty kicks)
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December 30, 2003
Bryce Alderton Through the first three games of the Estancia Coast Classic, the host Eagles' boys basketball team has known one thing: how to hold a lead. Estancia continued its undefeated tournament run with a 49-35 muffling of Riverside Poly, the designated home team, Monday night in the semifinals, marking the third straight game the Eagles have led from start to finish. The Eagles will attempt to win the tournament title for the first time since 1997 when they take on Mayfair tonight at 8. The Eagles (8-4)
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February 18, 2002
Newport Harbor High junior girls soccer standout Amy Burlingham has collected another prestigious honor, having been named All-American in Sunday's edition of Parade Magazine. Burlingham, who was named under-16 All-American earlier this year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, said she was surprised and honored by the latest accolade. "To even be considered as an All-American took my by surprise," she said. A speedy forward who was second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division II as a sophomore, Burlingham estimated she has scored seven goals this year for the Sailors (12-6-4)
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February 16, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - Newport Harbor High Coach Larry Hirst would love to be worrying about Santa Fe, which visits tonight for a first-round CIF Southern Section Division I-A boys basketball playoff game at 7:30. Instead, he's figuring ways to best field a representative team, with illness ravaging his roster. Scoring leaders Tony Melum, a 6-foot-6 junior averaging a Newport-Mesa-District-leading 18.1 points and 11.4 rebounds per game, and Aaron Yarnal, a senior averaging 15.5 points, have joined the list of those besieged by a high fever and vomiting in recent days.
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By: | September 24, 2005
The Newport Harbor High boys water polo team, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section's Division I, edged Riverside Poly, ranked No. 1 in CIF's Division V, 6-5, Friday night at Newport Harbor High in the third round of the South Coast tournament. Brett Auer led the way with two goals. Clay Jorth had a goal and two assists and Clint Jorth tallied two assists and two steals. Telford Cottam added a goal and two steals and goalkeeper Bryce McLain made nine saves for Newport Harbor, which improved to 5-0 this season.
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By Matt Szabo | November 12, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR - Last year, the Corona del Mar High boys' water polo team had to travel to Riverside for its CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinal match against King. This year the Sea Kings won the coin flip. They still had to play a team from Riverside in the quarterfinals, Riverside Poly, but the match was at home. For the Sea Kings' eight seniors, Saturday's contest was the last possible home match of the season. They made it count. CdM cruised into the Division II semifinals after topping Poly, 18-8, behind a five-goal effort from senior two-meter man Ben Zepfel.
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By Matt Szabo | November 10, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR - A good counterattack in water polo starts with good defense. The Corona del Mar High boys' water polo team showed both attributes Thursday, breezing past Temecula Great Oak, 25-5, in a CIF Southern Section Division II playoff match at CdM. After a first-round bye, top-seeded CdM took the first step toward defending its CIF title. The Sea Kings' offense was obviously successful, as they scored a season-high 25 goals. But the team defense was also strong, holding Great Oak to two goals until the fourth quarter.
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February 11, 2011
GIRLS' WATER POLO Newport Harbor 15, Riverside Poly 2 NEWPORT BEACH — Kailyn Obenauer and Carly Christian each scored three goals as the Sailors won their nonleague regular-season finale Friday at Newport Harbor High. Catherine Carpenter, Presley Pender and Elissa Schilling each scored twice for Newport Harbor, still playing without junior Maddy McLaren (rib injury) and also missing senior Mary Rose Wight (flu). Tars senior goalkeeper Sarah Wilkey recorded 10 saves.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 21, 2008
RIVERSIDE — This Costa Mesa High girls’ soccer team won the program’s sixth straight league championship and advanced to the playoffs for what Coach Dan Johnston believes is at least 10 straight seasons. But after the Mustangs fell to host Riverside Poly, 2-1, in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs Wednesday at UC Riverside, Johnston said this team may have come farther than the other league champions to reach similar status. “There were 11 new players on this team and the first few games, it was ugly,” Johnston said.
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By Matt Szabo | September 22, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — As the skies got increasingly overcast and the winds picked up, the South Coast Tournament quarterfinal between Newport Harbor High and Riverside Poly began. And, though the Sailors pulled out a 5-4 win Friday at Newport Harbor, Coach Jason Lynch didn’t exactly have the warmest mood after the game either. True, his team advanced to today’s tournament semifinal against Villa Park at 11:45 a.m., also at Newport Harbor. But Lynch wasn’t happy that the Sailors (5-1)
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By: | September 24, 2005
The Newport Harbor High boys water polo team, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section's Division I, edged Riverside Poly, ranked No. 1 in CIF's Division V, 6-5, Friday night at Newport Harbor High in the third round of the South Coast tournament. Brett Auer led the way with two goals. Clay Jorth had a goal and two assists and Clint Jorth tallied two assists and two steals. Telford Cottam added a goal and two steals and goalkeeper Bryce McLain made nine saves for Newport Harbor, which improved to 5-0 this season.
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December 30, 2003
Bryce Alderton Through the first three games of the Estancia Coast Classic, the host Eagles' boys basketball team has known one thing: how to hold a lead. Estancia continued its undefeated tournament run with a 49-35 muffling of Riverside Poly, the designated home team, Monday night in the semifinals, marking the third straight game the Eagles have led from start to finish. The Eagles will attempt to win the tournament title for the first time since 1997 when they take on Mayfair tonight at 8. The Eagles (8-4)
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February 21, 2002
RIVERSIDE - Newport Harbor High senior forward Amy Ross continued an impressive postseason by scoring the game's only goal in the Sailors' 1-0 CIF Southern Section Division II second-round girls soccer playoff victory Wednesday at Riverside Poly. The win, Harbor's first second-round playoff triumph, propels Coach Jason Sorrell's No. 3-seeded squad into Friday's quarterfinal against Crescenta Valley, with the host to be determined by a coin flip today. Ross posted a hat trick in the Sailors' 3-1 first-round win over University Saturday.
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February 21, 2002
Name: Amy Ross Born: Jan. 19, 1984 Hometown: Costa Mesa Height: 5-foot-9 Weight: 145 Sport: Soccer Position: Forward Coach: Jason Sorrell Favorite food: Italian Favorite movie: "Top Gun" Best athletic moment: "Either the (hat trick Saturday in a first-round CIF playoff win over University) or scoring the tying goal against Marina in the Excalibur Tournament and scoring another goal in the shootout (the Tars eventually won in penalty kicks)
NEWS
February 18, 2002
Newport Harbor High junior girls soccer standout Amy Burlingham has collected another prestigious honor, having been named All-American in Sunday's edition of Parade Magazine. Burlingham, who was named under-16 All-American earlier this year by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America, said she was surprised and honored by the latest accolade. "To even be considered as an All-American took my by surprise," she said. A speedy forward who was second-team All-CIF Southern Section Division II as a sophomore, Burlingham estimated she has scored seven goals this year for the Sailors (12-6-4)
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