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October 3, 2013
Sage Hill (2-3) vs. Silver Valley (4-0) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m., Sage Hill School Key Lightning: Jr. RB-DB Beau Roth; Sr. WR-DB Will Burns; So. QB Robbie Rosoff. Key Trojans: Sr. QB Evan Martinez; Sr. LB Dante Fields; Sr. RB Daniel Quixchan. Breakdown: Rossof has thrown three touchdown passes in each of the last two games for the Lightning ... Sage Hill has scored 94 points in five games, while the Trojans are averaging 47 points in their four contests ... Sage Hill is 3-0 in the series against the Yermo-based school, winning by an average of 53-13 in those games ... Roth rushed for 204 yards on 20 carries last week for the Lightning ... Burns leads Sage in tackles (41)
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By Barry Faulkner | September 24, 2009
The medical report wasn’t as bad as it might have been, but the Sage Hill School football team will be without two of its top players for up to four weeks, heading into tonight’s 7 o’clock nonleague home game. First-year Lightning Coach J.R. Tolver said junior quarterback Randall Mycorn (dislocated left, non-throwing shoulder) and senior center-linebacker Brendan Killaly (sprained knee) will be out at least two weeks. But both are expected to return this season.
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By Barry Faulkner | October 4, 2013
Sage Hill School junior fullback Logan Cook pushed over the goal line on fourth down in the fourth overtime and the Lightning defense held visiting Silver Valley on the ensuing series to claim a dramatic 37-30 nonleague victory on Friday night. Silver Valley opened the first overtime with a touchdown, but Sage Hill answered. The two teams exchanged field goals in the second overtime, which like the NCAA format began on the opponents' 25-yard line. In the third overtime, Sage Hill forced a recovered a fumble at its own nine-yard line after a pass completion, but could not get close the ensuing series to force a fourth extra session.
SPORTS
By By Chris Yemma | October 13, 2005
sh grid pre vs. sherman indianThe Lightning visit Silver Valley Friday evening in their last nonleague contest before moving to meat of their schedule.The Sage Hill School football team has Academy League play on the mind. But there's one more opponent before the Lightning (5-0) arrive in the gritty part of their schedule. Sage visits Silver Valley (0-5) of Yermo at 7 p.m. Friday in its last nonleague contest. "I know they're hungry for Brethren Christian (Oct. 28)," Sage Coach Tom Monarch said.
NEWS
December 29, 2004
Newport Harbor High's boys basketball team won its second-consecutive game in San Diego County, defeating Helix, 57-51, in the quarterfinals of the Chula Vista tournament Tuesday at Chula Vista High. The Sailors (6-6) play either Chula Vista or Morse in a semifinal at 8 tonight. Newport evened its record for the first time this season with its victory over Helix (8-3). Alex Orth hit six free throws in the fourth quarter to help Newport keep its lead.
NEWS
October 14, 2004
Rick Devereux After 14 home football games played in the afternoon, Sage Hill School will finally play under the Friday night lights in front of a home crowd. The school rented portable light structures that will be placed on the 20-yard lines for the homecoming game against Silver Valley (2-3). Usually teams try to schedule easier opponents for homecoming in order to secure a win, but the Trojans may be the toughest opponent Sage Hill (4-1) has played this year.
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September 1, 2004
Colors: Forest green, silver and white. League: Academy. 2003 record: 1-8, 0-3 in league. Type of offense: Single back, I-formation. Type of defense: Four-four. Head coach: Tom Monarch (third year, 4-15). Staff: Monarch (co-offensive coordinator); Brad Gossen (co-offensive coordinator, quarterbacks); Steve Hingst (defensive coordinator); Mike Marchetti (assistant defensive coordinator, linebackers); Jason Eldridge (receivers, secondary)
SPORTS
October 10, 2013
Sage Hill (3-3) vs. St. Margaret's (5-0) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at St. Margaret's Key Lightning: Jr. RB-LB Beau Roth; Sr. LB-WR-K Will Burns; Jr. QB C.J. McCord. Key Tartans: Sr. QB Josh Davis; Jr. RB Oscar Gomez; Sr. OLB Jake Hines. Breakdown: The Tartans are ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division and have won 10 straight Academy League titles ... Sage Hill is 0-11 in the series and has been outscored, 533-52 ... St. Margaret's has posted a 218-3 scoring margin in the last five games against the Lightning, including four shutouts.
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By By Chris Yemma | October 28, 2005
sage football pre vs. brethrenSage Hill will face its first true test with meeting against visiting Brethren Christian at 7 p.m. Friday.The Sage Hill School football team has been on cruise control all season, defeating opponents by an average of 32.6 points. But the easy switch could be flipped off when Academy League rival Brethren Christian (5-2) visits at 7 p.m. Friday in both teams' first league contest. "The attitude of our kids is that they've been waiting a long time for this game, some for a year now," said Lightning Coach Tom Monarch, whose squad improved to 6-0 with a 55-14 romp over Silver Valley of Yermo on Oct. 14. "Their anticipation has almost been like a kid waiting for Christmas."
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October 10, 2013
Sage Hill (3-3) vs. St. Margaret's (5-0) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at St. Margaret's Key Lightning: Jr. RB-LB Beau Roth; Sr. LB-WR-K Will Burns; Jr. QB C.J. McCord. Key Tartans: Sr. QB Josh Davis; Jr. RB Oscar Gomez; Sr. OLB Jake Hines. Breakdown: The Tartans are ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section East Valley Division and have won 10 straight Academy League titles ... Sage Hill is 0-11 in the series and has been outscored, 533-52 ... St. Margaret's has posted a 218-3 scoring margin in the last five games against the Lightning, including four shutouts.
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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 4, 2013
Sage Hill School junior fullback Logan Cook pushed over the goal line on fourth down in the fourth overtime and the Lightning defense held visiting Silver Valley on the ensuing series to claim a dramatic 37-30 nonleague victory on Friday night. Silver Valley opened the first overtime with a touchdown, but Sage Hill answered. The two teams exchanged field goals in the second overtime, which like the NCAA format began on the opponents' 25-yard line. In the third overtime, Sage Hill forced a recovered a fumble at its own nine-yard line after a pass completion, but could not get close the ensuing series to force a fourth extra session.
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October 3, 2013
Sage Hill (2-3) vs. Silver Valley (4-0) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m., Sage Hill School Key Lightning: Jr. RB-DB Beau Roth; Sr. WR-DB Will Burns; So. QB Robbie Rosoff. Key Trojans: Sr. QB Evan Martinez; Sr. LB Dante Fields; Sr. RB Daniel Quixchan. Breakdown: Rossof has thrown three touchdown passes in each of the last two games for the Lightning ... Sage Hill has scored 94 points in five games, while the Trojans are averaging 47 points in their four contests ... Sage Hill is 3-0 in the series against the Yermo-based school, winning by an average of 53-13 in those games ... Roth rushed for 204 yards on 20 carries last week for the Lightning ... Burns leads Sage in tackles (41)
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | September 25, 2009
NEWPORT COAST — Sage Hill School football coach J.R. Tolver likened assembling his lineup Friday night against nonleague visitor Silver Valley to a game of Mr. Potato Head. But though the Lightning were without three starters due to injury or illness, and dealing with another injury that affected the availability of another standout, what might have been a personnel famine turned into a feast on the scoreboard. Senior Andy Multari, filling in for Randall Mycorn (separated shoulder)
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | September 24, 2009
The medical report wasn’t as bad as it might have been, but the Sage Hill School football team will be without two of its top players for up to four weeks, heading into tonight’s 7 o’clock nonleague home game. First-year Lightning Coach J.R. Tolver said junior quarterback Randall Mycorn (dislocated left, non-throwing shoulder) and senior center-linebacker Brendan Killaly (sprained knee) will be out at least two weeks. But both are expected to return this season.
SPORTS
By By Chris Yemma | October 28, 2005
sage football pre vs. brethrenSage Hill will face its first true test with meeting against visiting Brethren Christian at 7 p.m. Friday.The Sage Hill School football team has been on cruise control all season, defeating opponents by an average of 32.6 points. But the easy switch could be flipped off when Academy League rival Brethren Christian (5-2) visits at 7 p.m. Friday in both teams' first league contest. "The attitude of our kids is that they've been waiting a long time for this game, some for a year now," said Lightning Coach Tom Monarch, whose squad improved to 6-0 with a 55-14 romp over Silver Valley of Yermo on Oct. 14. "Their anticipation has almost been like a kid waiting for Christmas."
NEWS
By: Chris Yemma | October 13, 2005
The Sage Hill School football team has Academy League play on the mind. But there's one more opponent before the Lightning (5-0) arrive in the gritty part of their schedule. Sage visits Silver Valley (0-5) of Yermo at 7 p.m. Friday in its last nonleague contest. "I know they're hungry for Brethren Christian (Oct. 28)," Sage Coach Tom Monarch said. "One of the difficult things for our coaching staff is to not have the team overlook our next opponent."
NEWS
December 29, 2004
Newport Harbor High's boys basketball team won its second-consecutive game in San Diego County, defeating Helix, 57-51, in the quarterfinals of the Chula Vista tournament Tuesday at Chula Vista High. The Sailors (6-6) play either Chula Vista or Morse in a semifinal at 8 tonight. Newport evened its record for the first time this season with its victory over Helix (8-3). Alex Orth hit six free throws in the fourth quarter to help Newport keep its lead.
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October 28, 2004
Rick Devereux The Sage Hill School football team has already surpassed multiple records this year. Most rushing yards in a game by the team? Against Silver Valley, the Lightning rushed for 330 yards. Most individual rushing yards in a game? Don Ayres gained 179 yards in the season opener against Midway Baptist and Keya Manshadi matched that total against Viewpoint. Most points scored? Sage Hill downed Silver Valley, 62-19, to surpass the previous high of 42, which the Lightning scored against Midway Baptist in both 2002 and this season.
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