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November 29, 2010
COSTA MESA — Orange Coast College sophomore guard Amanda Deal scored a game-high 25 points, including six three-pointers, but the host Pirates were defeated, 71-63, by Mt. San Jacinto in the title game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Sunday. OCC (4-2) led, 40-30, at halftime, but made just eight of 35 field-goal attempts (22.9%) after intermission, including just five of 21 three-point tries. Deal who added four steals and two assists was an all-tournament honoree. Sophomore Samantha Hansen had 15 points, four rebounds and four steals before fouling out having played just 21 minutes, while freshman Sami Little had five points, a team-best seven rebounds and three steals for the Pirates.
LOCAL
December 11, 2009
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 72, Mt. San Jacinto 56 COSTA MESA — The host Pirates made 10 of 31 three-point attempts in the nonconference game Friday. Amanda Deal had 11 points for the Pirates (8-3), while Danielle Keneipp and Samantha Hansen had 10 apiece to pace the winners, who were outrebounded, 54-42. Deal had five rebounds and four assists, while Keneipp had five assists and two steals. Six Pirates had at least one three-pointer, while Mt. San Jacinto (7-1)
NEWS
February 2, 2002
COSTA MESA - The Orange Coast College baseball team opened its season with a 19-2 victory over Mt. San Jacinto in the Matt O'Brien Memorial Tournament at OCC Friday. OCC freshman shortstop Donnie Murphy, the Pirates' leadoff hitter, went 4 for 6, including a home run, with four runs scored. Freshman Zack Merideth also scored four runs to go with his 3 for 4 day. Freshman Collin Stiltz blasted a three-run home run in the eighth inning, and sophomores Jeremy Lahmann and Ryan Marcos each hit one over the fence.
NEWS
February 3, 2001
COSTA MESA - With a seven-run first inning, the Orange Coast College baseball team went on to open its season with a 19-5 victory over Mt. San Jacinto in the Pirates' Matt O'Brien Memorial tournament. OCC sophomore Josh McCanne was 3 for 5 and finished with 5 RBI. Pirates Chris Sinner, Ryan Marcos and Brian Murphy had 2 RBI each. Marcos also hit a home run. Scott Beerer, a Newport Harbor High product, pitched six innings for the Bucs and threw five strikeouts, while allowing four hits to get the win. OCC freshman Rob Williams pitched two innings and struck out three.
SPORTS
May 5, 2011
WOMEN'S TENNIS Southern California Regional Individuals EL CAJON — Orange Coast College's Anna Walinowicz won in singles and doubles at Grossmont College to advance to Friday's action. Walinowicz, who had a first-round bye, beat San Diego Mesa's Gabi Fortunato, 7-5, 7-5. Walinowicz plays in Friday's third round at 9 a.m. She teamed with Lianne Wheelock to defeat Ashley Jones and Frances Boman of Mt. San Jacinto, 6-2, 6-1 in the second round. Walinowicz and Wheelock compete in the round of 16 Friday at 1:30 p.m.
SPORTS
December 22, 2012
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Mt. San Jacinto 63, Orange Coast 41 SAN DIEGO - Freshman Dayanara Armenta scored 17 points to lead the Pirates in the championship game of the San Diego Mesa tournament on Saturday at San Diego Mesa. Armenta earned all-tournament honors for OCC (7-6), for which sophomore Michelle Angel had eight points. On Friday, OCC defeated San Diego Mesa, 63-47, behind 22 points from Armenta. Sophomores Jessica Johnson and Jenna Arnett had 16 and 10 points, respectively, against San Diego Mesa.
NEWS
February 29, 2004
Bryce Alderton Golf is often labeled an individualized sport, but the Orange Coast College men's golf team wants to dispel that stereotype while forging ahead this spring.. The strength of the Pirates, 3-1 as of Tuesday, lies in "unity," said Coach Barry Wallace, who is in his seventh year guiding the squad. "They are all solid guys who are concerned about the team and what each is doing," Wallace said. "We realize that whatever the score, we gave the best we could that day. That is all we can ask for."
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April 24, 2014
UC Irvine junior libero Michael Brinkley and senior middle blocker Scott Kevorken have been named All-American by the American Volleyball Coaches Assn. Brinkley is a first-team honoree for the second straight season, while Kevorken is a second-team choice. Brinkley averaged 2.52 digs per set and has recorded double-figure digs 13 times in 2014. The only UCI player to play in every set this year ranks second on the school's career digs list. He was named first-team All-Mountain Pacific Sports Federation the last two seasons.
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SPORTS
December 22, 2012
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Mt. San Jacinto 63, Orange Coast 41 SAN DIEGO - Freshman Dayanara Armenta scored 17 points to lead the Pirates in the championship game of the San Diego Mesa tournament on Saturday at San Diego Mesa. Armenta earned all-tournament honors for OCC (7-6), for which sophomore Michelle Angel had eight points. On Friday, OCC defeated San Diego Mesa, 63-47, behind 22 points from Armenta. Sophomores Jessica Johnson and Jenna Arnett had 16 and 10 points, respectively, against San Diego Mesa.
SPORTS
May 5, 2011
WOMEN'S TENNIS Southern California Regional Individuals EL CAJON — Orange Coast College's Anna Walinowicz won in singles and doubles at Grossmont College to advance to Friday's action. Walinowicz, who had a first-round bye, beat San Diego Mesa's Gabi Fortunato, 7-5, 7-5. Walinowicz plays in Friday's third round at 9 a.m. She teamed with Lianne Wheelock to defeat Ashley Jones and Frances Boman of Mt. San Jacinto, 6-2, 6-1 in the second round. Walinowicz and Wheelock compete in the round of 16 Friday at 1:30 p.m.
SPORTS
November 29, 2010
COSTA MESA — Orange Coast College sophomore guard Amanda Deal scored a game-high 25 points, including six three-pointers, but the host Pirates were defeated, 71-63, by Mt. San Jacinto in the title game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Sunday. OCC (4-2) led, 40-30, at halftime, but made just eight of 35 field-goal attempts (22.9%) after intermission, including just five of 21 three-point tries. Deal who added four steals and two assists was an all-tournament honoree. Sophomore Samantha Hansen had 15 points, four rebounds and four steals before fouling out having played just 21 minutes, while freshman Sami Little had five points, a team-best seven rebounds and three steals for the Pirates.
LOCAL
December 11, 2009
WOMEN’S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 72, Mt. San Jacinto 56 COSTA MESA — The host Pirates made 10 of 31 three-point attempts in the nonconference game Friday. Amanda Deal had 11 points for the Pirates (8-3), while Danielle Keneipp and Samantha Hansen had 10 apiece to pace the winners, who were outrebounded, 54-42. Deal had five rebounds and four assists, while Keneipp had five assists and two steals. Six Pirates had at least one three-pointer, while Mt. San Jacinto (7-1)
LOCAL
By Barry Faulkner | May 16, 2009
COSTA MESA — To get to the top in any baseball postseason, sometimes a team has to rely on the bottom. The bottom of the batting order, that is. Such was the case for Orange Coast College Saturday, when the Pirates used a combined seven runs batted in from its final three spots in the order to post an 11-3 triumph over Cypress in a Southern California Super Regional at OCC. The win helped OCC (33-13) advance to today’s championship game at noon against Mt. San Jacinto, also at OCC. The Pirates need just one win to advance to the four-team state tournament next weekend.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 20, 2008
Sage Hill School’s baseball team will face the heat today. Not just in the form of miles per hour, but in degrees. The Lightning leave the beach for the desert, where it is expected to be 90 degrees in Apple Valley. The town’s motto is “A Better Way of Life.” More suitable if you’re indoors and the air conditioner is on during this time of year. This one will be outside when Sage Hill (15-6) plays at Apple Valley Christian (18-2) in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs at 3:15 p.m. “We’re going to be battling the elements with the heat and being on the road,” Sage Hill first-year coach Andy Berglund said.
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