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December 5, 2002
Bryce Alderton Hard work put in by the Corona del Mar boys soccer team was evident Wednesday afternoon. The host Sea Kings (2-0) defeated Santa Ana Valley, 3-1, in a nonleague matchup that showcased CdM's energy. Corona defeated Ocean View, 3-2, for its first win. "I was happy with the defensive effort, we were solid (in the backfield)," Callaghan said. "I was disappointed with the late goal because we deserved a shutout, but we had a letdown on a free kick.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
FULLERTON - Corona del Mar High's girls basketball team logged its second straight victory Monday night, taking Santa Ana Valley apart in the fourth quarter to post a 53-42 decision in the first round of the Troy Tournament. The victory sends Coach Elbert Davis' quintet (2-0) into a 6:30 duel with La Habra tonight at the same site, Troy High. Kelly Luu came off the bench to light a fire, and combined with the defensive play of Andrea Gruber, Corona del Mar ran off a 23-6 run in the fourth quarter to overcome a 36-30 deficit through three quarters.
NEWS
December 9, 2000
GARDEN GROVE - Corona del Mar High's boys basketball team slipped a notch on Friday, dropping a 56-50 decision to Santa Ana Valley in the La Quinta Tournament, relegating the Sea Kings to a noon encounter at today's final round of play. Valley stayed outside and hit 10 three-point shots, five by David Werdel, who led all scorers with 19 points. Eric Snell led CdM with 16 points, and Charlie Alshuler chipped in with 12 points. CdM falls to 1-3. LA QUINTA TOURNAMENT Santa Ana Valley 56, CdM 50 Score by Quarters Corona del Mar 14 10 12 14 - 50 Santa Ana Valley 17 17 13 9 - 56 Corona del Mar - Shahangian 2, Richardson 2, Alshuler 12, K. Mancillas 2. Snell 16, Brewster 16, Glass 0, Bowlus 0. 3-pt.
NEWS
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.
SPORTS
October 21, 2011
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Estancia def. Saddleback COSTA MESA - Senior Lauren Peterson had 10 kills to help the Eagles win the Orange Coast League match, 25-14, 25-20, 25-17, Friday. Freshman Eliza Jason had seven kills for Estancia (6-14, 3-6 in league). * Newport Harbor def. Marina NEWPORT BEACH - Cinnamon Sary had 10 kills and seven digs to help the Sailors win the Sunset League match, 25-15, 25-22, 25-12, Friday. Hunter Jennings had seven aces, Tatum Norton had nine digs and Kasey Thompson and Carolyn Bockrath had eight kills each for Newport Harbor (15-6, 4-3 in league)
NEWS
December 19, 2004
Rick Devereux Carlos Pinto has been here before. So has the Estancia High boys basketball program. The Eagles' 53-40 win over Santa Ana Valley at Garden Grove High marked the third time in four years Estancia was crowned champion of the Garden Grove tournament. Pinto, the 6-foot-4 senior, was named MVP of the tournament for the second time in three years. Junior guard Shaun Markley was also named to the all-tournament squad. "Shaun played great the whole tournament," Coach Jason Simco said.
NEWS
September 25, 2001
Estancia High placed third in the school's fourth annual girls golf tournament Monday at the Costa Mesa Golf & Country Club's Mesa Linda course. Marina, ranked No. 2 in Orange County, won with 229 strokes over nine holes, followed by Edison (237) and Estancia (259). Trang Do (49) led the Eagles (0-1), who will open Pacific Coast League play today against Corona del Mar. Estancia's April Duch and Jen Patton each shot 51. Michelle Monette shot 52 and Georgina Ortua shot 56 for the Eagles.
NEWS
August 29, 2000
Estancia 2000 grid info box with schedule, log Colors: Red, gold, white. League: Pacific Coast. 1999 record: Overall, 6-4; league, 2-2. Type of offense: Wing T. Type of defense: Double flex. Head coach: Dave Perkins (third year, 7-13). Staff: Perkins (offensive coordinator); Bob Brockie (assistant head coach, defensive coordinator, inside linebackers); Jesse Nuno (offensvie line defensive line); Jeremy Osso (running backs, outside linebackers)
SPORTS
December 22, 2008
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Sage Hill 51, Newport Harbor 47 NEWPORT BEACH — The Lightning made 13 of 16 free throws in the final quarter to overcome a 38-34 deficit after three periods in the nonleague road game Monday. Tierney Danner had 20 points, eight rebounds and six steals and Hannah Jeffrey had 15 rebounds and eight points for the winners. Morgan Hembarsky had 14 points for Sage Hill (5-3). Corrine Schneiders led the Sailors with 16 points.
NEWS
April 18, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - In the clutch -- where a player can become a superstar or a goat -- Josh Feldman and Carlos Franco, of the Costa Mesa High baseball team, answered the challenge with aggressiveness Tuesday. With the Mustangs down, 3-2, in the seventh inning, the two seniors drove in runs with blasts to the left-center field gap to spark a 4-3 consolation semifinal win over visiting Santa Ana Valley in the Pride of the Coast Tournament. With two outs, Franco's hit, which scored senior Evan McGuire, proved to be the game-winner.
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SPORTS
March 7, 2014
SOFTBALL Estancia 10, Santa Ana Valley 0 Kelly Hinkle struck out seven in five innings for the Eagles in a Costa Mesa tournament game on Friday. Estancia's Izzy Morales and Chloe Davis each went two for three. Stephanie Enriquez went two for two with a walk and two runs for the Eagles (2-0). — GIRLS' LACROSSE St. Margaret's 17, Sage Hill 7 Claudia Noto finished with four goals for the host Lightning on Friday. Sage Hill dropped to 0-2. — GIRLS' SWIMMING Yessenia Villa won the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 23.71 seconds and the 500 freestyle in 6:21.52 during the Mustangs' nonleague tri-meet at Costa Mesa on Friday.
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SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | February 23, 2011
CORONA DEL MAR — It might be hard to believe, but Coach George Larsen at one time almost went to someone other than Jack Gorab to take free kicks. That was last week at Corona del Mar High, where the rain played a role in Gorab's errant balls on set pieces in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs. The weather was much better Wednesday and so were the balls Gorab kicked in the second round. The junior gave the Sea Kings the momentum two minutes before halftime against Santa Ana Valley.
SPORTS
February 21, 2011
The CIF Southern Section playoffs continue in boys' and girls' soccer as well as in girls' water polo this week. Three Newport-Mesa schools are still alive in the girls' soccer postseason, one in boys' soccer and one in girls' water polo. Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor are each playing host to Division I second-round girls' soccer matches today, while Estancia travels for its Division IV second-round match. The Sea Kings (15-3-4) face Los Alamitos (16-4-4) at 3 p.m. CdM is the Pacific Coast League champion and Los Alamitos is the second-place team from the Sunset League.
SPORTS
December 22, 2008
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Sage Hill 51, Newport Harbor 47 NEWPORT BEACH — The Lightning made 13 of 16 free throws in the final quarter to overcome a 38-34 deficit after three periods in the nonleague road game Monday. Tierney Danner had 20 points, eight rebounds and six steals and Hannah Jeffrey had 15 rebounds and eight points for the winners. Morgan Hembarsky had 14 points for Sage Hill (5-3). Corrine Schneiders led the Sailors with 16 points.
FEATURES
By Steve Virgen | October 27, 2008
Within Tom Baldwin’s home, construction is taking place in the kitchen. The stove and refrigerator are not at their original spots. The cupboards are empty. Parts of the walls appear to have been sanded down and replastered. Renovation is happening. But in the living room, there is a picture hanging on the wall that needs no such rebuilding. The photo is of a young football player wearing his uniform looking like he’s about to tackle the entire opposing team. It’s as if he’s going to jump out of the photo.
SPORTS
August 3, 2007
TITLE UP FOR GRABS The Costa Mesa City Golf Championship begins Saturday at the Costa Mesa Country Club. The championship flight begins at 6:00 a.m. on the Mesa Linda course. There are 164 men entered in the championship flight, and 56 in the senior flight. An additional 75 are playing in the first flight, and 42 will play in the second flight. Joey Benedetti won the championship last year with a nine-under 133. MESA POLO SOLID Players from the Costa Mesa High boys' water polo team recently finished their summer schedule by beating Los Amigos, 16-6, July 24 at Orange High.
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