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September 7, 2013
The slump is over. Sage Hill School's football team ended a 13-game losing streak that dated back to 2011 with a 38-7 victory over Fairmont Prep in the Lightning's home opener Friday night at Ramer Field. Sage Hill (1-1) ended its worst stretch in the program's history with an overpowering win. Quarterback CJ McCord threw for 180 yards and two touchdown passes on 14-of-20 passing for the Lightning. Beau Roth ran for 87 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries, while Alfonso Corona added 69 yards and one TD on the ground for Sage Hill.
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August 27, 2013
SEIGNOSSE - LE PENON, France - Courtney Conlogue, a graduate of Sage Hill School, won the Swatch Girls Pro France surfing event completed Sunday. Conlogue, celebrating her 21st birthday Sunday, defeated Joanne Defay in the final, posting a wave score of 9.60, the second-best of the event, and 8.87 to total 18.47 points out of a possible 20. Defay, a French competitor, totaled 14.0 for her two waves in the final. It was the second straight Girls Pro France victory for Conlogue, who earned $8,000.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 24, 2013
As if Sage Hill School, coming off a winless season, can afford to lose anything more. The football team loses a day in preparation for its season opener on Thursday. The early game against Calvary Chapel at Jim Scott Stadium comes five days after Sage Hill's road scrimmage on Saturday. "That's tough on us," said Sage Hill Coach J.R. Tolver, whose team usually game plans on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday and conducts a walk-through practice on Thursday. "We technically only have two days to prepare for [Calvary Chapel]
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 24, 2013
Since May, J.R. Tolver's commute to work changed. He moved to Oceanside to be closer to family in San Diego, where he grew up. The drive to where he works, Sage Hill School, isn't too bad, taking him 40 minutes to get to the Newport Coast campus. The drive allows him to collect his thoughts, analyze and plan his day as the school's football coach. These days, like most high school football coaches before the season kicks off, Tolver has a lot on his mind. What he thinks about most is how his team will improve from last year's forgettable season.
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August 17, 2013
Junior outside hitter Kekai Whitford earned all-tournament team honors and helped the Sage Hill School girls' volleyball team finish as silver bracket champion at the prestigious Ann Kang Invitational Saturday in Honolulu, Hawaii. The Lightning, who went 6-3 and finished seventh overall out of 16 teams, won the silver bracket after beating Honolulu Mid Pacific Institute, 25-20, 27-25. Mid Pacific had beaten Sage earlier in the tournament. Whitford (4.8 kills per game) and junior Halland McKenna (5.1 kpg)
SPORTS
August 16, 2013
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Ann Kang Invitational The Sage Hill School girls' volleyball team opened the prestigious Ann Kang Invitational in Honolulu, Hawaii, with a 1-2 record in a best-of-three summer format on Thursday. Huntington Beach swept Sage Hill, 25-14, 25-21, and Honolulu Moanalua beat Sage Hill, 25-20, 30-32, 15-19, before the Lightning topped Hawaii Baptist, 25-22, 25-19. Halland McKenna, an incoming junior outside hitter, led the Lightning with 28 kills during the first day and incoming junior opposite Kekai Whitford recorded 26 kills.
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By Steve Virgen | August 10, 2013
There's an intriguing mix of competitiveness, a hunger for business and an outgoing mentality when it comes to Stewart Hagestad. You can say the Newport Beach resident has an extraordinary ability to compartmentalize. This week, he'll turn his attention to the golf course and light his competitive fire. Hagestad will play in his fifth U.S. Amateur Championship, starting Monday at The Country Club in Brookline, Mass. If you ask him about his career path it doesn't really involve playing as a pro. The 22-year-old is a semester away from earning his degree at the USC Marshall School of Business, concentrating on real estate finance.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 9, 2013
NEWPORT COAST - Members of the Sage Hill School girls' volleyball team stayed on campus late on Friday night. It's probably not the best idea when the team has to rise at 4:30 the next morning to catch a flight to Hawaii. The team stayed up for a good reason, though. Before Sage Hill traveled to compete against some of the top high school programs in the country at the prestigious Ann Kang Invitational in Honolulu, it played host to some of the best players in the world. The U.S. women's national volleyball team held an intrasquad scrimmage at Sage Hill on Friday.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 1, 2013
As a former minor league catcher, Dominic Campeau knows how to give signs. Eighteen years ago, he caught Eric Gagne before his hat became as filthy as his pitches. The two played on the Canadian national team. It didn't take long for Campeau to realize why the Los Angeles Dodgers signed Gagne as an amateur free agent that summer in 1995. "He was throwing gas as a 19-year-old," Campeau said. Once Gagne made the big league team, Campeau said Gagne invited him to Los Angeles often to watch him pitch.
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By Mike Sciacca | July 27, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Three down, two to go for Courtney Conlogue. The 20-year-old Sage Hill School alumna took the next step forward in her title quest Saturday at the Vans U.S. Open of Surfing by winning her Women's quarterfinal heat. Conlogue led the entire way in turning away Laura Enever of Australia, a win that sends the Santa Ana resident on to Sunday's semifinals. "I'm thrilled," Conlogue said moments after she completed her third heat victory in three attempts, this one putting her into the semifinal round for the first time since she won the Open Women's title in 2009.
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