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May 26, 2001
CYPRESS - Corona del Mar High boys volleyball coach Steve Conti said five CIF Southern Section championships the last seven years has given Santa Ynez a recognizable swagger. But the Pirates, who meet the Sea Kings today at 1:30 p.m. in the CIF Southern Section Division IV title match at Cypress College, have been shuffling solemnly since Sam Johnson, a renowned football coach at the school and the father of junior reserve middle blocker Roy Johnson, died Tuesday.
NEWS
May 26, 2001
Barry Faulkner CYPRESS - Like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, the boys volleyball teams from Corona del Mar and Santa Ynez high schools have once again navigated to Cypress College, where their quest for CIF Southern Section championships has become almost instinctive. No. 4-seeded CdM (15-6) is making its fifth straight title-match appearance today at 1:30 p.m. in the smaller of the school's two gyms. No. 2-seeded Santa Ynez (19-4) has extended its championship-match migration to eight seasons.
SPORTS
May 10, 2008
Three Newport-Mesa area high school boys’ tennis teams will try to take advantage of playing home matches today in the second round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. Corona del Mar (15-4) will play host to Thousand Oaks at 3 p.m. in CIF Division II. The Sea Kings won the coin toss after its 11-7 victory over Servite at CdM Thursday. Thousand Oaks beat Loyola on Thursday. In CIF Division IV, Estancia (12-5) will face Santa Ynez at 1 p.m. at Mesa Verde Country Club.
NEWS
May 8, 2001
Barry Faulkner CERRITOS - Unlike the last two seasons, there won't be a Back Bay showdown for a CIF Southern Section boys volleyball championship this spring. But, despite competing in separate divisions, per a mandate that schools remain aligned with postseason foes with like enrollment, both Newport Harbor High and Corona del Mar are among those favored to make long playoff runs. Coach Dan Glenn's Sailors (11-7), who defeated CdM in the 1999 CIF Division I final, earned the top seed in Division III, though they were ranked No. 2 in last week's division poll.
FEATURES
November 13, 2007
The girls? tennis teams from Corona del Mar High and Sage Hill School are on the road for CIF Southern Section quarterfinal playoff matches in their respective divisions today. The Sea Kings (18-2), the No. 3 seed in Division I, are in Manhattan Beach to face Mira Costa at 3 p.m. at the Manhattan Country Club Sage Hill (15-4), the No. 2 seed in Division IV, ventures to Walnut for a 2 p.m. contest. It?s a rematch for Coach Brian Ricker?s defending Division I champion Sea Kings, who defeated Mira Costa, 10-8, in the season opener on Sept.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 16, 2009
NEWPORT BEACH — Troy Astorino missed his chance to climb the fence and shake it. The first time, Astorino avoided the fence, staying away from the court where his Sage Hill School boys’ tennis teammates earlier saw Santa Ynez go berserk. The second time, Astorino was competing on the same court. In the final set Saturday, he managed to shake more than the fence. Astorino rattled 12 of the final 14 points en route to beating the singles player who earlier gave the Pirates a reason to go crazy on the fence.
SPORTS
November 11, 2007
BOYS’ WATER POLO Newport Harbor 7, Loyola 6 NORTH HOLLYWOOD — Senior goalie Myles Christian had 14 saves to help lead the top-seeded Sailors in the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinal at Harvard-Westlake Saturday. Senior Clinton Jorth and junior David Linden scored two goals each for Newport Harbor. The Sailors will face El Toro in the semifinals at Irvine High Wednesday at 5 p.m. Newport Harbor defeated the Chargers, 8-5, in the South Coast Tournament title game Sept.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | December 29, 2006
Newport Harbor High and Corona del Mar finished first and second, respectively, in the girls' water polo Holiday Cup last year. That's the ideal way to perform, especially when co-hosting a tournament. Both teams will be looking for similar results at this year's tournament, which begins today at the two Back Bay schools. Sixteen teams are in the tournament, split into two groups of eight. "I think it's a really good tournament for this time of year," Newport Harbor Coach Bill Barnett said.
NEWS
May 23, 2001
Barry Faulkner GLENDALE - Village Christian High may be the No. 1 seed, but, Corona del Mar's CIF Southern Section boys volleyball playoff credentials are certainly, few would argue, first rate. Coach Steve Conti's No. 4-seeded Sea Kings (14-6), are aiming for their fifth straight trip to a Southern Section title match when they face the Crusaders tonight at 7 o'clock in a CIF Division IV semifinal at Glendale Community College. The Sea Kings, who have four section titles, won the Division I crown last spring.
NEWS
March 7, 2001
Barry Faulkner CORONA DEL MAR - The Corona del Mar High boys volleyball practice floor is a union shop. Guys who pay their dues, work hard and follow the direction given by Coach Steve Conti, usually wind up being rewarded with the biggest payoff: a CIF Southern Section title. So, while last year's labor leaders -- including CIF Division I and Newport-Mesa District MVP Kevin Hansen, as well as All-CIF performers Greg Stampley and Alec Hanson -- have moved on, Conti is confident his 2001 squad will produce anything but working stiffs.
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September 11, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — The Sage Hill girls' tennis team won its own tournament, the Lightning Invitational, for the first time in three years Saturday at The Tennis Club Newport Beach. The title run featured a close win over Tesoro, 74-72 in games after a 9-9 tie. The Lightning also beat Santa Ynez, 12-6, Saturday afternoon to cap the two-day tournament. They went 3-0 in the tourney, scoring a 15-3 victory against Cerritos on Friday. Tesoro came in second place with a 2-1 record.
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FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 16, 2009
NEWPORT BEACH — Troy Astorino missed his chance to climb the fence and shake it. The first time, Astorino avoided the fence, staying away from the court where his Sage Hill School boys’ tennis teammates earlier saw Santa Ynez go berserk. The second time, Astorino was competing on the same court. In the final set Saturday, he managed to shake more than the fence. Astorino rattled 12 of the final 14 points en route to beating the singles player who earlier gave the Pirates a reason to go crazy on the fence.
SPORTS
May 10, 2008
Three Newport-Mesa area high school boys’ tennis teams will try to take advantage of playing home matches today in the second round of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. Corona del Mar (15-4) will play host to Thousand Oaks at 3 p.m. in CIF Division II. The Sea Kings won the coin toss after its 11-7 victory over Servite at CdM Thursday. Thousand Oaks beat Loyola on Thursday. In CIF Division IV, Estancia (12-5) will face Santa Ynez at 1 p.m. at Mesa Verde Country Club.
FEATURES
November 13, 2007
The girls? tennis teams from Corona del Mar High and Sage Hill School are on the road for CIF Southern Section quarterfinal playoff matches in their respective divisions today. The Sea Kings (18-2), the No. 3 seed in Division I, are in Manhattan Beach to face Mira Costa at 3 p.m. at the Manhattan Country Club Sage Hill (15-4), the No. 2 seed in Division IV, ventures to Walnut for a 2 p.m. contest. It?s a rematch for Coach Brian Ricker?s defending Division I champion Sea Kings, who defeated Mira Costa, 10-8, in the season opener on Sept.
SPORTS
November 11, 2007
BOYS’ WATER POLO Newport Harbor 7, Loyola 6 NORTH HOLLYWOOD — Senior goalie Myles Christian had 14 saves to help lead the top-seeded Sailors in the CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinal at Harvard-Westlake Saturday. Senior Clinton Jorth and junior David Linden scored two goals each for Newport Harbor. The Sailors will face El Toro in the semifinals at Irvine High Wednesday at 5 p.m. Newport Harbor defeated the Chargers, 8-5, in the South Coast Tournament title game Sept.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | December 29, 2006
Newport Harbor High and Corona del Mar finished first and second, respectively, in the girls' water polo Holiday Cup last year. That's the ideal way to perform, especially when co-hosting a tournament. Both teams will be looking for similar results at this year's tournament, which begins today at the two Back Bay schools. Sixteen teams are in the tournament, split into two groups of eight. "I think it's a really good tournament for this time of year," Newport Harbor Coach Bill Barnett said.
NEWS
November 14, 2004
The Vanguard University women's basketball team, ranked No. 2 in the NAIA, kicked off the season by thumping visiting Bethany College, 129-46, in nonconference action. The lopsided win included a school record for points in a game and tied the mark for three-pointers with 15 in the contest. In addition, senior Lacey Mills established a Vanguard record with 11 three-pointers, and sophomore Kelly Schmidt erased another historical mark with 37 points in the game.
NEWS
November 17, 2002
Richard Dunn Your radar screen starts blinking when you face an undefeated, yet unknown quantity in the CIF Southern Section girls volleyball playoffs. And, after Corona del Mar High's three-game sweep over the Santa Ynez Pirates in the CIF Division III-A quarterfinals Saturday night, CdM Coach Bill Christiansen was ready to breathe a little easier. "I'm majorly relieved," Christiansen said, following his team's 15-9, 15-0, 15-7 victory, which propelled the Pacific Coast League champions into the semifinals Tuesday at second-seeded Harvard-Westlake (22-4)
NEWS
May 26, 2001
CYPRESS - Corona del Mar High boys volleyball coach Steve Conti said five CIF Southern Section championships the last seven years has given Santa Ynez a recognizable swagger. But the Pirates, who meet the Sea Kings today at 1:30 p.m. in the CIF Southern Section Division IV title match at Cypress College, have been shuffling solemnly since Sam Johnson, a renowned football coach at the school and the father of junior reserve middle blocker Roy Johnson, died Tuesday.
NEWS
May 26, 2001
Barry Faulkner CYPRESS - Like the swallows to San Juan Capistrano, the boys volleyball teams from Corona del Mar and Santa Ynez high schools have once again navigated to Cypress College, where their quest for CIF Southern Section championships has become almost instinctive. No. 4-seeded CdM (15-6) is making its fifth straight title-match appearance today at 1:30 p.m. in the smaller of the school's two gyms. No. 2-seeded Santa Ynez (19-4) has extended its championship-match migration to eight seasons.
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