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August 20, 2012
League: Pacific Coast CIF Division: Southern Coach: Scott Meyer (second year, 12-2) Staff: Kevin Hettig (offensive coordinator, quarterbacks), Dan O'Shea (defensive coordinator, inside linebackers), Kevin Purtell (running backs), Dan Collins (tight ends, outside linebackers), Dennis Wilbanks (offensive line), Aaron Huerta (secondary), Brian Pearsall (defensive line, strength and conditioning), Brad Bohn (receivers, special teams), Jack O'Shea (operations), Craig Trujillo (trainer)
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November 14, 2013
Corona del Mar (10-0) vs. Loara (6-4) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Jr. RB Cole Martin (1,232 yards and 13 TDs on 195 carries); Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (1,644 yards, 15 TDs and eight INTs on 127-of-210 passing, eight rushing TDs); Jr. MLB Hoyt Crance (65 tackles, two sacks, two INTs) Key Saxons: Sr. QB David Gistlinck (1,772 yards, 24 TDs and three INTs on 118-of-213 passing); Jr. WR Edson Velasquez (38 catches for 471 yards and 12 TDs); So. RB Robert Downs (620 yards and three TDs on 127 carries)
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June 29, 2013
If you missed Friday night's 54th Brea Lions Club Orange County North-South Prep All-Star Football Game at Orange Coast College, you can watch the contest on Time Warner Sports Channel 101 this upcoming week. Time Warner plans to air the game on Monday at 8 p.m., Wednesday at 8 p.m., Saturday at 8 p.m., and on Sunday at 9 a.m. The game will also air on Cox Cable Channel 3. Check your local listings for the show times on Cox. Six Newport-Mesa players, Corona del Mar quarterback Cayman Carter, defensive end Tim Reinhardt and kicker Griff Amies, Newport Harbor tailback Talalelei Teaupa and offensive tackle Zach Cornwell, and Estancia tailback Robert Murtha, played for the South.
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By Hannah Fry and David Carillo Penaloza | December 20, 2013
The hacking and grade-changing scandal at Corona del Mar High School will not interfere with the Sea Kings' quest for a state title, school and CIF officials said Friday. CdM will battle Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton Saturday in the CIF Division 3 State Bowl game in Carson. CdM head coach Scott Meyer said none of the students implicated so far are on the football team. Even if athletes are later implicated, the CIF wouldn't become involved in the situation, spokesman Thom Simmons wrote in an email.
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By Leigh Steinberg | September 22, 2012
I attended "Back to School Night" at Corona del Mar High on Thursday with mixed emotions. Katie, my youngest child, is a senior, and I'm as proud of her as any doting father could be. But she is the youngest of my three children to attend CdM, and that means no more Back to School Nights. No matter how many admonitions I've received over the years to savor the time with children because they grow up so fast, it was still a rude awakening to realize that our darling little girl is getting ready to head off into the world.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | August 20, 2012
Throughout the Corona del Mar High campus, Scott Meyer sees construction. There are new parking lots paved and classrooms built. Ever since Meyer came to the school last year to coach football and teach social studies, it seems it has been under construction. He is waiting for the school to renovate the football field. The field needs lights, a new playing surface and bigger bleachers, so his Sea Kings can play Friday night games right on campus, instead of at Newport Harbor.
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January 28, 2014
Corona del Mar High senior center Giovanni Gentosi and senior quarterback Luke Napolitano made the CalHiSports.com All-State Medium Schools First Team, and Scott Meyer earned the CalHiSports.com All-State Medium Schools Coach of the Year award, as the three played instrumental roles during the Sea Kings' unprecedented football season. During the 2012 season, CdM claimed its second straight undefeated Pacific Coast League title, its third straight CIF Southern Section Southern Division title, its first CIF State Division III Bowl Game title, and it became the first high school football team in California to finish a season 16-0.
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By Steve Virgen | August 25, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - Earlier this offseason, Corona del Mar High football coach Scott Meyer said he saw that Estancia was in need of a scrimmage on the CIF Southern Section website. Meyer thought it could be a good scrimmage for his Sea Kings, so he called Coach Mike Bargas. The Eagles and their coach jumped at the chance to scrimmage against the defending Southern Division champions. As far as high school football scrimmages go, everything seemed to fall into place for both programs during the scrimmage Saturday at CdM. Of course, Meyer said the Sea Kings have a long way to go in preparation for their season opener, which is Friday night at 7 against Laguna Hills at Newport Harbor.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 6, 2013
Countless kids in Newport Beach have decided to attend a private school to play sports. Luke Napolitano was one of those kids. Napolitano had a big right arm. He took it to JSerra to use it on a football field and on a mound. The second never happened. During his freshman year, he went through a lot off the field. Leaving home at 6 a.m. to get to the school in San Juan Capistrano and then coming home after practice at 7 p.m. grew tiring. None of it felt worth it to Napolitano.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 21, 2013
Covering the Battle of the Bay football game is always one of the best parts of this job. Friday night proved to be no exception. I made it to Orange Coast College, the site of this year's game, 90 minutes before kickoff. On the field, Newport Harbor High's team stretched, while Corona del Mar's kicker and punter booted balls around. When I made it up to the press box, one longtime CdM supporter, Brent Ogden, yelled at me from the field. I found it hard to make out what he said because this is the one event CdM keeps the microphone away from the old guy, and with good reason.
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February 13, 2014
Corona del Mar High's Scott Meyer earned the MaxPreps.com California Division III All-State Football Team Coach of the Year honor, while three CdM players, senior center Giovanni Gentosi, junior defensive end Parker Chase and senior safety Charlie Griffin made the first team, and Costa Mesa senior linebacker Oronde Crenshaw made the second team. Newport Harbor senior left tackle Ramsey Hufford is on the MaxPreps.com California Division II All-State first team, and Newport Harbor senior cornerback Cory Stowell on the second team.
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SPORTS
January 28, 2014
Corona del Mar High senior center Giovanni Gentosi and senior quarterback Luke Napolitano made the CalHiSports.com All-State Medium Schools First Team, and Scott Meyer earned the CalHiSports.com All-State Medium Schools Coach of the Year award, as the three played instrumental roles during the Sea Kings' unprecedented football season. During the 2012 season, CdM claimed its second straight undefeated Pacific Coast League title, its third straight CIF Southern Section Southern Division title, its first CIF State Division III Bowl Game title, and it became the first high school football team in California to finish a season 16-0.
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January 15, 2014
Corona del Mar High center Giovanni Gentosi earned the CIF Southern Section Southern Division Offensive Player of the Year award and CdM defensive end Parker Chase the Defensive Player of the Year award for leading the Sea Kings to a historic football season. Gentosi and Chase are two of 10 CdM players to make All-CIF after the Sea Kings claimed their second straight undefeated Pacific Coast League title, their third straight CIF Southern Section Southern Division title, and their first CIF State Division III title.
NEWS
By Hannah Fry and David Carillo Penaloza | December 20, 2013
The hacking and grade-changing scandal at Corona del Mar High School will not interfere with the Sea Kings' quest for a state title, school and CIF officials said Friday. CdM will battle Sacred Heart Prep of Atherton Saturday in the CIF Division 3 State Bowl game in Carson. CdM head coach Scott Meyer said none of the students implicated so far are on the football team. Even if athletes are later implicated, the CIF wouldn't become involved in the situation, spokesman Thom Simmons wrote in an email.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 18, 2013
Corona del Mar High's perfect run began one week after a scrimmage got out of control four months ago. The Sea Kings wound up on the other end of illegal shots, as well as shoves long after the whistle blew. Then their coach, Scott Meyer, blew up. "I kind of lost my cool a little bit there," Meyer said with a grin, remembering how the opposing coaches celebrated with their players on the field after every defensive play. "I don't know why. It was so early in the season. " The scrimmage against Fountain Valley turned out to be more of a circus to Meyer.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 13, 2013
The first coaches meeting for Scott Meyer at Corona del Mar High is one he will never forget. The meeting came 2 1/2 years ago, right after the school hired Meyer as the head football coach. He had seen all the CIF Southern Section championship banners covering the walls in the gym. The time had come to meet many of those coaches responsible for the banners. "I looked around and I think every single coach in that room had won at least one CIF title, a lot of them more, some state championships," Meyer says.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 6, 2013
Countless kids in Newport Beach have decided to attend a private school to play sports. Luke Napolitano was one of those kids. Napolitano had a big right arm. He took it to JSerra to use it on a football field and on a mound. The second never happened. During his freshman year, he went through a lot off the field. Leaving home at 6 a.m. to get to the school in San Juan Capistrano and then coming home after practice at 7 p.m. grew tiring. None of it felt worth it to Napolitano.
SPORTS
November 14, 2013
Corona del Mar (10-0) vs. Loara (6-4) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Jr. RB Cole Martin (1,232 yards and 13 TDs on 195 carries); Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (1,644 yards, 15 TDs and eight INTs on 127-of-210 passing, eight rushing TDs); Jr. MLB Hoyt Crance (65 tackles, two sacks, two INTs) Key Saxons: Sr. QB David Gistlinck (1,772 yards, 24 TDs and three INTs on 118-of-213 passing); Jr. WR Edson Velasquez (38 catches for 471 yards and 12 TDs); So. RB Robert Downs (620 yards and three TDs on 127 carries)
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November 5, 2013
CORONA DEL MAR •The Corona del Mar High football team clinched at least a share of its second straight Pacific Coast League title when it beat Beckman, 41-0, on Friday night at Davidson Field. The Sea Kings (9-0, 4-0 in league), top-ranked in the CIF Southern Section Southern Division, will return to their home field for the third time in four weeks this Friday. It will be senior night, and the Sea Kings want to clinch the title outright by beating Northwood (3-6, 2-2), and they will be big favorites to do just that.
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