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February 3, 2002
LONG BEACH - Costa Mesa High's boys basketball team, on a hot streak in the Mustangs' chase for a CIF Playoffs berth in the Pacific Coast League race, took a day off for a nonleague matchup with Servite Saturday at the Pyramid on the Long Beach State campus and ran roughshod over the Friars, 69-53. Chad Vakili, David Conte and Danny Krikorian delivered a dozen shots from beyond the arc and scored 61 of the Mustangs' points to propel Mesa's record to 16-9.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 1, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - G.W. Mix has coached lacrosse on every level, enjoying much of what the sport has to offer. What he ended up doing Tuesday was a first. Sometimes opposing coaches ask Mix, one of the best coaches in the business, to talk to their teams. That never happens after Mix leads his team to a win. Mix said he felt inclined to talk to the opposing team afterward. That team almost ended the perfect season Mix and his Sea Kings had achieved. The top-seeded Sea Kings survived a scare from No. 16 Servite, holding on for a 13-10 victory at home in the opening round of the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division Championship tournament.
NEWS
September 22, 2000
Steve Virgen NEWPORT BEACH - Corona del Mar High opened its season with two victories over Long Beach Poly and Servite in the South Coast boys water polo tournament. CdM's Garrett Bowlus scored four goals in each game. The host Sea Kings started with a 12-2 win over Long Beach Poly. Michael March and Artie Dorr punched in three apiece. Bobby Messenger and Chriss Street scored one goal apiece. Goalie Sherwin Kim recorded six saves. March scored CdM's first goal at the 4:39 mark of the first quarter.
NEWS
December 1, 2001
Steve Virgen ANAHEIM - The Estancia High Eagles learned they still have some growing up to do after a 4-1 nonleague boys soccer loss at Servite Friday. The Friars (2-0) took advantage of the Eagles' frustration with the officials. One red card and two yellow cards were assessed against Estancia in the second half, when Servite outshot the Eagles, 11-3. Servite scored three goals to Estancia's one over the final 45 minutes. Down, 2-0, Estancia sophomore Noe Martinez fed a pass to Nikolia Doudtchenko, who sped toward Servite's net and drew a foul in box. Martinez then shot successfully on the penalty kick in the 45th minute.
NEWS
September 28, 2003
Steve Virgen It's back to work for the Newport Harbor High boys water polo team, which finished fourth in the South Coast tournament after an 8-6 loss to El Toro Saturday at Corona del Mar. What do the Sailors have to work on? Newport Coach Jason Lynch said the Sailors are one dimensional and they need for other players aside from senior two-meter man Michael Bury to step up. This was apparent when El Toro and Servite, which earned a 10-5 semifinal win over Newport, used a zone defense to cramp the Sailors' offense.
NEWS
October 13, 2002
Bryce Alderton After outscoring Newport Harbor, 17-15, in a thrilling overtime win Friday, Saturday's third-place match against Foothill suited Corona del Mar High Coach Tim Salvino, even though the match rattled his nerves. "I think my heart gets beating as fast as the players," said Salvino after his Sea Kings, (11-5), defeated Servite, 11-7, Saturday night at Belmont Plaza to take third place in the 16-team S & R Sport Water Polo Invitational.
NEWS
November 25, 1999
Joseph Boo BELMONT SHORE - The wait is over. For the seniors on Corona del Mar High's boys water polo team, their career has been filled with so many dreams, but it took four years and a hard-fought 8-6 victory over defending champion Servite to finally achieve it with a CIF Southern Section Division II title on Wednesday. "We worked our (butts) off for four years for this," CdM senior two-meter man Garret Gentry said. "Four years of work, 17 years of training, this is it right here," senior Alex Niehenke said.
NEWS
January 4, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - With a strong focus on improvement, the Estancia High boys soccer team began the new year with a win and some realistic hope for the near future. The Eagles (4-2-3) are becoming as one and visiting Servite witnessed the results as Estancia senior Juan Zarate connected on a sensational goal in the 56th minute to break a 1-1 tie and the Eagles finished with a 2-1 nonleague victory Wednesday. "We have to sharpen up again after the Christmas break," said Estancia Coach Steve Crenshaw who gave his team 11 days off. "We're still a little tentative on our finishing, but we're starting to put that together.
NEWS
August 1, 2004
The Costa Mesa High boys basketball team wrapped up its summer league schedule with five straight victories to win the Cerritos Valley Christian tournament July 22-25. Mesa defeated St. Bernard, 52-37, in the semifinals before downing La Salle, 43-33, in the tournament final. With the five straight wins, Mesa finished the summer 17-4 under new coach Ryan Schachter, hired to replace Bob Serven, who resigned after five seasons in April. In the Servite tournament two weeks earlier, the Mustangs defeated Servite, La Canada and Santa Margarita before losing to Diamond Ranch in the final.
NEWS
December 24, 2002
Bryce Alderton A tale of two halves. Corona del Mar High's boys basketball team's first half wasn't enough to counter Servite's second-half surge, as the Friars put 48 points on the board in the final two quarters to the Sea Kings' 19 to run to a 72-52 nonleague win at Servite High Monday. CdM (3-7) lost its fourth consecutive game -- and its shooting touch -- that produced a 34-25 lead at halftime. "They extended their defense in the half court and made us speed up play," said Sea King Coach Ryan Curry.
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By Lauren Williams and Jeremiah Dobruck | February 16, 2013
An Irvine baseball coach used Facebook to convince minors to send him pornographic images, prosecutors alleged Monday. Zachary Reeder, 30, of Orange, was charged with 110 felonies, including 34 counts each of distributing pornography to a minor, contacting a child with the intent to commit a lewd act and using a minor for sex acts. Other charges include six felony counts of committing a lewd act upon a child and one felony count of bringing obscene material into California. Some of the 35 known victims were 14 or 15, according to court documents.
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SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | November 8, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - The burning question after the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division 1 quarterfinals dealt with the status of senior standout Dan Stevens. Will Stevens play on Saturday at Corona del Mar in the Battle of the Bay playoff game? There's no doubt he wants to play even with the danger of a ruptured ear drum in his left ear that kept him out of the Sailors' 13-7 first-round win over Servite on Wednesday. The big quarterfinal game is on Saturday at CdM, tentatively scheduled to begin at 5 p.m. Newport Harbor Coach Robert Lynn knows he won't be able to keep Stevens out of the game.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 1, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - G.W. Mix has coached lacrosse on every level, enjoying much of what the sport has to offer. What he ended up doing Tuesday was a first. Sometimes opposing coaches ask Mix, one of the best coaches in the business, to talk to their teams. That never happens after Mix leads his team to a win. Mix said he felt inclined to talk to the opposing team afterward. That team almost ended the perfect season Mix and his Sea Kings had achieved. The top-seeded Sea Kings survived a scare from No. 16 Servite, holding on for a 13-10 victory at home in the opening round of the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division Championship tournament.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | May 12, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH — One San Clemente High volleyball player walked onto the Newport Harbor court with a helmet. The helmet did not have a facemask, but it looked like one used in the 1930s in football. The player was not the only one from his team who needed protection Thursday night in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. In the third set, Scott Hair raced toward the stands to get to a live ball, but a Newport Harbor football player sitting in the first row grabbed Hair and then pushed him. San Clemente Coach Ken Goldstone raised his hands in objection and Newport Harbor Coach Dan Glenn understood why. He saw it all happen.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | January 27, 2011
While putting on his uniform to attend an all-boy Catholic high school in Orange County, Marshal Kennedy Carolan never dreamed that in a few short years he would grow out his hair and travel the country, doing drugs, dissing the establishment and taking part in political demonstrations. All onstage, of course. Carolan is part of the ensemble in the national touring company of the famed (and divisive) "HAIR: The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical," which underwent a successful Broadway revival in 2009.
FEATURES
March 18, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — Sophomore Mike Moorhead shot three-under-par 32, which included a hole-in-one, to help lead the Corona del Mar High boys’ golf team to a huge nonleague win over Servite Tuesday at Newport Beach Country Club. So just how big was the Sea Kings’ 182-185 victory? “That is the best win in my 12 years of coaching,” CdM Coach Mike Starkweather said. “It’s just a phenomenal win. To beat a team that is that accomplished, they were CIF champs last year, I’m still in shock.
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By Matt Szabo | May 9, 2008
CORONA DEL MAR — All Corona del Mar High boys’ tennis coach Tim Mang wanted was one set from senior Fabian Matthews. The UC Irvine-bound Matthews easily won that first set Thursday against visiting Servite, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. After the 6-0 win, the Pacific Coast League singles champion was able to take off, and sophomore Pierce Stemler was substituted in. The CdM doubles teams took care of the rest, sweeping all nine of their sets in the 11-7 CdM victory.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | November 10, 2006
Though the Newport Harbor High football program's foundation is fortified by a consistent lack of flash, this year's team, like every Sailors squad during Jeff Brinkley's 21 seasons at the helm, thinks regularly about at least one photo opportunity. Per the more than two-decade tradition, Newport Harbor teams that make the CIF Southern Section playoffs have their team picture hung on the Sailors' locker room wall. Brinkley has displayed 16 team photos during his tenure, including the last seven.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 18, 2006
CORONA DEL MAR ? After a back-and-forth game that lasted for almost seven periods, both the Corona del Mar High and Servite boys' water polo teams were feeling a bit winded. The best way for Sea King senior Mike Berry to earn everyone a break was to pull off a Berry specialty: score a goal. And that's what he did, skipping a shot past Servite goalie Andrew Mesanan with 55 seconds left in the third overtime. The goal, Berry's fifth of the game, lifted Corona del Mar to an 11-10 nonleague win Tuesday at CdM. It's the second time in 10 days that the Sea Kings (12-6)
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