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April 1, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - The Newport Harbor High softball team, missing five players from its roster, split a nonleague doubleheader with visiting Santiago Saturday. The Sailors (9-7) won the first game, 4-1, as sophomore pitcher Stephanie Ciralli earned her fourth win of the season when she did not allow a hit in four innings. Newport sophomore Athena Vasquez went 3 for 4 with 2 RBIs and freshman Jennifer Gummerman had an RBI. The Tars then lost the second game, but Gummerman went 2 for 3 and she scored a run to tie the game, 2-2, in the fourth inning.
NEWS
March 8, 2000
GARDEN GROVE - Estancia High's boys swim team won it's second dual meet by crushing host Santiago, 125-16, Tuesday in a nonleague matchup. The Eagles (2-0) took the top three spots in every event. David Collier, Phil Westfall and Matt Thorpe each won two races for Estancia. Collier took the 200-yard freestyle and 500 freestyle, Thorpe won the 50 and 100 freestyle sprints and Westfall won the 200 individual medley and 100 butterfly events. Nonleague Estancia 125, Santiago 16 200 medley relay - not available 200 free - 1. Collier (E)
SPORTS
September 29, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS Santiago 0 14 0 0 - 14 Costa Mesa 0 0 0 0 - 0 SECOND QUARTER Sant -- Jordan 1 run, (Bravo kick), 8:35. Sant -- Merchant 61 run, (Bravo kick), 6:04 A -- 550 (est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING Sant -- Lopez, 20-158; Jordan, 16-132, 1 TD; Merchant, 2-74, 1 TD; Solares, 4-4; Boyd, 1-9. CM -- Lepper, 27-87; Huynh, 3-19; Waldron, 5-minus-11.
FEATURES
By Steve Virgen | November 14, 2009
CORONA DEL MAR — Memories linger from 2008 for the Corona del Mar High girls’ volleyball team. It was only a year ago when the Sea Kings gathered momentum on their way to the championship match in CIF Southern Section Division II-AA. But then Redlands East Valley swept CdM to win its second straight CIF title. For many on this year’s CdM team the memory is painful, yet a motivating factor. The Sea Kings have used that loss to fuel their energy this year. On Saturday night, they took one step closer to returning to the title match.
NEWS
March 10, 2000
Tony Altobelli COSTA MESA - Costa Mesa High's baseball team likes to walk on the wild side, much to the dismay of Coach Kirk Bauermeister. "I told the players afterward that we seemed to come alive when the sixth and seventh innings come around," Bauermeister said following Thursday's 7-7 tie with Corona-based Santiago in the Costa Mesa Tournament. Considering the fact that the Mustangs (1-1-1) allowed 11 hits and 12 walks, a 7-7 tie isn't too shabby.
NEWS
March 8, 2000
GARDEN GROVE - Estancia High's Somer Flaherty, Jennifer and Lauren Cassity each won two events as the Eagles' girls swim beat host Santiago, 114-30, Tuesday in a nonleague meet. Flaherty won the 200-yard and 500 freestyle events while Jennifer Cassity won the 200 individual medley and 100 breaststroke races while her sister Lauren took the 50 and 100 sprints. All three were also on the winning 200 individual medley and 50 sprint relay squads. Estancia (1-1)
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By Steve Virgen | November 20, 2009
WESTMINSTER — One last time, they stood together, the football players of Costa Mesa High, singing their fight song. They sang low and off key, perhaps symbolic of what had just taken place on the field Friday night at Bolsa Grande. The Mustangs struggled to find rhythm, as Santiago used a ball-control style offense to wither Costa Mesa. The Cavaliers used up roughly 31 minutes to score a 24-6 victory in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Southern Division playoffs.
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | January 9, 2007
GARDEN GROVE — After the game, Abby Koff told Estancia High girls' basketball coach Tommy Rausch how happy she was to be on the winning side of a blowout. With a 49-25 nonleague victory over Santiago Monday, the Eagles won by 20 or more points for the second time this season. That's something Estancia (5-7) didn't do a single time last season, when it finished 3-20. Estancia wants to see more blowouts this season. Rausch, in first year as coach, preaches for his team to play hard until the end, despite the score.
SPORTS
By Dominic Perrone | September 29, 2006
COSTA MESA ? Jeremy Osso has stressed focusing on the positive when it comes to the exploits of his Costa Mesa High football team. In that case, the cup is one-sixth full in regard to the offense after the Mustangs, 14-0, nonleague loss to Santiago (4-0) at Orange Coast College Thursday. That's the fraction of the game Costa Mesa (1-4) spent with the ball on one drive spanning from the third quarter to the middle of the fourth. It began at the Mustangs' own nine-yard line with the team down two touchdowns.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 29, 2007
GARDEN GROVE — Halfway through its regular season, the Costa Mesa High football team will find out if what happens in Garden Grove stays in Garden Grove. Coach Jeremy Osso hopes not for the defense, which allowed a season-low 20 points in Friday night’s 20-9 nonleague loss to Santiago at Garden Grove High. But the lack of offense can stay just off the 22 Freeway for the Mustangs (0-5), who lost their second consecutive game in the city and are still failing to put many points on the board.
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SPORTS
December 27, 2013
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Estancia 66, Santa Ana Valley 34 GARDEN GROVE — Junior Slade Garnett had 18 points and five steals to help the Eagles advance to Saturday's championship game at the Santiago tournament. Sophomore Maya Van Den Heever added eight points, seven assists and four steals for Estancia (11-2). The Eagles play in the title game at 7:30 p.m. — BOYS' BASKETBALL Corona del Mar 76, Cooper 65 LA JOLLA — Senior guard Robby Bracho made five three-pointers and finished with 21 points in the Sea Kings' consolation game against a school from The Woodlands, Texas, in the Torrey Pines Holiday Classic at La Jolla Country Day School on Friday.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 30, 2013
ORANGE - Internet directions to the Santiago Canyon Community College campus end with a left turn on Trails End. Recent history would suggest that Orange Coast College women's soccer coach Kevin Smith considers the command more foreshadowing than coincidence. For the third straight season, OCC was eliminated from the Southern California Regional playoffs by the host Hawks, who have a history of mastery over the Pirates that spans well beyond the scope of Smith's memory. This time, No. 2-seeded Santiago Canyon (20-1-2)
SPORTS
September 10, 2013
COSTA MESA •Costa Mesa High will be without the services of standout senior Oronde Crenshaw for at least this week. Crenshaw said he suffered a right high ankle sprain and a bone bruise on top of the foot during the Mustangs' 24-6 win against Santiago at Garden Grove High last week. The running back suffered the injuries during a run early in the second quarter. Crenshaw returned later in the quarter, only to leave again after two carries. "Nothing major," Crenshaw said on Tuesday.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 7, 2013
GARDEN GROVE - As Costa Mesa High prepared for its game on Saturday night, a bounce house stood out behind the north end zone. It wasn't too late for the Mustangs to have fun. They earned the right to jump around after defeating Santiago, 24-6, at Garden Grove High. The Mustangs celebrated their first win of the season. Nevertheless, the Mustangs (1-1) didn't leave the field without some concern. They lost standout Oronde Crenshaw in the second quarter to an injury. Coach Wally Grant said his tailback hurt an already-injured right Achilles' heel 2 1/2 minutes into the second quarter after he hurdled over a pile near the opponent's five-yard line.
SPORTS
September 6, 2013
Costa Mesa (0-1) vs. Santiago (0-1) When/where: Saturday, 7 p.m. at Santiago High Key Mustangs: Sr. RB-LB-KR Oronde Crenshaw (127 yards and two TDs on 29 carries, three kickoffs for TDs); Sr. TE-DL Joseph Quiroz; Sr. WR-LB Quinton Bell Key Cavaliers: Sr. WR-CB Franklin San Nicolas (two catches for 102 yards and two TDs); Sr. RB Richard Sagastume (60 yards on nine carries); Sr. LB Izaak Barragan (15 tackles, one sack) Breakdown: Standout Oronde Crenshaw returned three kickoffs for touchdowns and rushed for two and it still wasn't enough to lead Costa Mesa to a season-opening win last week against Western … Mustangs played without Quinton Bell (hip flexor)
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall | December 7, 2012
IRVINE - It was just that last finishing touch that was missing from the Newport Harbor High boys' soccer team in its second match of the Irvine Tournament at Hicks Canyon Park Friday night. Knowing that, Newport Harbor's Henry Ramirez did all he could to squeak in a goal when he saw an opening in Santiago's defense late in the game. Unfortunately, the near-miss theme continued to plague the Sailors, as the midfielder's header rolled just to the side of the goal and out of play. Five minutes later, the whistle ended the game as a scoreless draw.
SPORTS
October 19, 2012
MEN'S SOCCER Orange Coast 5, Santiago Canyon 0 ORANGE - Jorge Sanchez and Brandon Brennan each had two goals and an assist for the Pirates in the Orange Empire Conference game Friday. Baji Chela added a goal and three assists and goaie Connor Nelson made three saves in his shutout for OCC (8-3-3, 4-2-2 in conference). The Pirates return to action on Tuesday at home against Norco College at 3 p.m. * WOMEN'S SOCCER Orange Coast 4, Norco 0 COSTA MESA - Sara Gomez had two goals and an assist for the Pirates in the Orange Empire Conference game Friday.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | August 30, 2012
COSTA MESA - There is a long line of trash-talking wide receivers in professional football. Costa Mesa High senior quarterback Noah JeyaRajah prodded senior receiver Markiece Traylor a little bit after Thursday night's 45-14 nonleague victory over Garden Grove Santiago, telling Traylor it was all right to talk himself up a little bit. Traylor just smiled. The Mustangs said what they had to say on the field, where Coach Wally Grant's squad earned its first victory of the year at Jim Scott Stadium.
SPORTS
August 29, 2012
Costa Mesa vs. Santiago When/where: Thursday, 7 p.m. at Jim Scott Stadium Key Mustangs: Jr. MLB/FB Oronde Crenshaw (18 tackles; 11 yards rushing); Sr. RB/CB Justin Smith (28 yards rushing; 13 tackles); Sr. QB Noah JeyaRajah (28 yards passing, 14 yards rushing). Key Cavaliers: Jr. QB/SS Richard Sagastume; Sr. OL/DL Martin Bui; Sr. RB Jesus Padilla Breakdown: The Mustangs (0-1) will try to rebound from a 10-0 season-opening loss to Western, while Thursday's game is the nonleague season opener for Santiago ... Costa Mesa is expected to be without senior left guard Oscar Reyes, who broke his ankle prior to the Mustangs' season opener ... Costa Mesa defeated Santiago, 42-7, last year behind 266 rushing yards ... The Mustangs also sacked Santiago's returning quarterback, Sagastume, nine times in that contest ... Santiago leads the all-time series with Costa Mesa, 9-8, and had won five straight against the Mustangs before last year's game ... Costa Mesa's victory over Santiago last year began an eight-game winning streak.
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