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SPORTS
By Brad Riddell | June 2, 2007
SACRAMENTO — Brains and long distance. The Corona del Mar High girls know how to do a thing or two. The Sea Kings qualified four girls distance runners to the CIF State Championships, two of which are headed to Ivy League schools next season. Two of those four qualified and will run today for a state title at Hughes Stadium in Sacramento. "One of the things we get a lot of credit for, we had four girls break 4 minutes, 56 seconds in the mile this season," said Corona del Mar Coach Bill Sumner of setting the national high school team record.
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SPORTS
June 1, 2007
Since the track and field postseason began, Corona del Mar High runners Shelby Buckley, Hilary May, Allison Damon, and Sarah Cummings have stuck to a routine: punch in, punch out, and run like it's business as usual. That's what Coach Bill Sumner has been instructing them to do. He calls them the morning of each meet with the same message: finish well, but save their best for later. Well, later is today. Today, Buckley, May, and Damon — who all run the 1,600 meters — will finally face a real challenge in qualifying for the finals at the CIF State Championships in Sacramento.
SPORTS
May 29, 2010
AUSTIN, Texas — UC Irvine sophomore Charles Jock earned a berth in the NCAA Championships and broke his own school record in the 800 meters in the NCAA Quarterfinals at the NCAA West Region at the University of Texas Friday. Princeton junior Sarah Cummings, a Corona del Mar High product, became the first Tiger to qualify for the NCAA Championships, advancing in the women's 10,000 at the NCAA East Regionals at North Carolina A&T in Greensboro, N.C. An All-America in the event last season, Cummings finished 12th out of 48 with a time of 35 minutes, 25.97 seconds in the preliminary race to move on to the finals.
SPORTS
April 2, 2006
MISSION VIEJO ? With the two biggest high school track meets in Southern California fast approaching, Corona del Mar High's Annie St. Geme has already placed herself well ahead of the pack. The senior won the girls' 1,600 meters at the Trabuco Hills Invitational on Saturday with the seventh-fastest time in state history. St. Geme finished with a time of 4 minutes, 43.13 seconds, the best mark recorded in the state in five years. The time was also the fastest in Newport Mesa history, surpassing the mark of 4:43.
SPORTS
September 24, 2006
BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY Righetti Invitational SANTA MARIA — The Estancia High varsity finished third and the junior varsity first at the 11-school event Saturday. Fernando Orozco was third in the 3.1-mile varsity race in 17 minutes, 4 seconds. Wes Barloon (eighth in 17:31), Cesar Casillas (20th in 17:59), Damian Leon (25th in 18:14) and Miguel Perez (27th in 18:19) also scored for the Eagles. Roberto Ramirez (18:43), Adrieo Robles (18:46), and Willy Rodriguez finished third, fourth and fifth, respectively, to lead the Eagles' junior varsity.
SPORTS
December 3, 2005
Runners from Corona del Mar and Newport Harbor are in action today, seeking to extend their season another week.The CIF state cross country championships were last weekend, but that doesn't mean the cross country season is over for Corona del Mar or Newport Harbor. The two Back Bay high schools will be in action today, vying for regional and national championships. The Sea Kings will be in Portland, Ore., for the Nike Team Nationals, while Sailors' runners Whitney Blue and Taylor Bryson are headed to Mount San Antonio College for the Footlocker West Regional.
NEWS
By: | October 9, 2005
The Corona del Mar High girls cross country team, with all five runners finishing in the top 20, took first place at the Clovis invitational at Woodward Park in Fresno Saturday. In the process, the Sea Kings set a course record, clocking in with a time of 91 minutes, 21 seconds, smashing Sultana's 2002 mark of 91:53. "I was shocked when I found out we broke the course record, because I know the history of this course -- we've been here for the state championships 18 years in a row," Corona del Mar Coach Bill Sumner said.
NEWS
By: Natalie Venegas | October 13, 2005
NEWPORT BEACH -- Although it was race day for the Corona del Mar High girls cross country team, it was business as usual, said CdM Coach Bill Sumner. The Sea Kings (5-0) romped over Laguna Beach Wednesday at Bonita Creek Park, 15-50, as the top four overall finishers -- Annie St. Geme, Sarah Cummings, Allison Damon and Shelby Buckley -- each crossed the line at 19:05. "We took it easier than usual today," said St. Geme, one of CdM's four first-place finishers.
NEWS
July 25, 2003
Tom Forquer "All the girls started screaming, and I even saw some girls crying," said Tony Jones, describing his reception at a Japanese school. Jones is not a rock star, but is one of the four Corona del Mar High freshmen who returned last week from the annual Wendell Fish Sister City Student Exchange program between Newport Beach and Okazaki, Japan. The program's goal is to create cooperation and understanding between cities through the exchange of ideas, people and culture.
SPORTS
June 18, 2006
GREENSBORO, N.C. ? The Corona del Mar High girls' distance medley relay team was victorious Saturday at the Nike Outdoor Nationals track and field meet at North Carolina A&T University. Sea Kings Shelby Buckley (1,200 meters in 3 minutes, 30.5 seconds), Claire Schmidt (400 in 59.8), Hilary May (800 in 2:17.8) and Annie St. Geme (1,600 in 4:44.5) combined for a time of 11:32.3, third fastest in U.S. annals. The quartet joins Newport Harbor High senior Bo Taylor as national champions.
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