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November 19, 2008
SAN CLEMENTE — Two days after helping Newport Harbor High win a share of the South Coast League championship, Chase Wilson went out and captured his second straight individual title as the league’s top shortboarder at Lower Trestles beach Wednesday morning. Wilson, a second-year USA surf team member, was one of three from Newport Harbor to advance to the shortboard finals of the South Coast League individual tournament, as Erik Heimstaedt and Jared Cassidy were also in contention.
NEWS
June 9, 2002
IRVINE - Selected baseball players from the South Coast League defeated their Pacific Coast League exhibition opponents Saturday, 8-5, in the sixth annual South County Showcase at Windrow Park. For the PCL, Costa Mesa's Michael McGuire had two hits and three stolen bases, along with one run scored, while teammate Nick Cabico pitched two innings and went 0 for 2 at the plate. Estancia's Paul Flory pitched two innings for the PCL and did not give up a run. Flory also singled at the plate.
SPORTS
November 29, 2006
BOYS' SOCCER Sage Hill 4, Tarbut V'Torah 0 Seniors Conrad Whitaker and Braden Ross each scored goals in the Lightning's season opener Tuesday. Goalkeeper Jake Blitzer made three saves for Sage Hill, which plays at home against Los Alamitos Friday at 3:15 p.m. SURFING South Coast League Individual Tournament SAN CLEMENTE ? Newport Harbor High freshman Kaleigh Gilchrist won the girls' short board event in the South Coast League's Individual Tournament that pitted surfers from the league schools of Laguna Beach, Dana Hills, San Clemente and Newport Harbor.
SPORTS
January 25, 2008
Brent Melbon, an assistant coach last season at Orange Coast College, has been named head football coach at Dana Hills High, he said Thursday. Melbon, who also teaches at Dana Hills, had applied for the Corona del Mar High football coaching vacancy that has yet to be filled. Melbon, who coached the secondary for Orange Coast in 2007, was the offensive coordinator at CdM in 2006. He worked previously as an assistant at Dana Hills and Santa Ana Valley high schools and also coached in the Newport-Mesa Junior All-American Football program.
NEWS
February 12, 2002
Jeremy Lahmann Born: Dec. 20, 1970 Height: 5-foot-8 Weight: 195 Sport: Baseball Pos: Center field Year: Sophomore High school: North Eugene (Oregon) Coach: John Altobelli Major: Undecided Favorite food: Chicken Favorite movie: "Remember the Titans" Best athletic moment: "Going 5 for 5 with three home runs, five runs scored and seven RBIs in the quarterfinal of the state playoffs." Athlete of the Week V: Lahmann went 6 for 14 with four home runs, two doubles, 11 RBIs and seven runs scored in four games.
SPORTS
November 16, 2007
The Newport Harbor High surf team defeated Dana Hills, 93-74, finishing tied for first in the South Coast League with San Clemente, a first since the Sailors joined the league. Newport Harbor finished 5-1 in league competition. The Sailors won the boys’ and girls’ shortboard competitions as well as the boys’ longboard event. The Dana Hills boys won the bodyboard and girls’ longboard events. Newport Harbor won the boys’ shortboard, 47-37, by winning three of the four heats.
NEWS
June 10, 2000
Tony Altobelli IRVINE - Eleven seniors from all four local high schools will take part in South County Showcase 2000, two senior all-star baseball games today and tonight at Windrow Park. The seniors from the Sea View League will take on the South Coast League seniors in the first game beginning at 3:30 p.m., followed by the Pacific Coast League taking on the Century League seniors at 7:30. In between the two games there will be a special ceremony honoring longtime Irvine High Coach Bob Flint, followed by a home run derby contest between each league.
NEWS
June 10, 2000
Tony Altobelli IRVINE - Eleven seniors from all four local high schools will take part in Showcase 2000, a senior all-star baseball game today Windrow Park. The seniors from the Sea View League will take on the South Coast League seniors in the first game beginning at 3:30 p.m., followed by the Pacific Coast League taking on the Century League seniors at 7:30. In between the two games there will be a special ceremony honoring longtime Irvine High Coach Bob Flint, followed by a home run derby contest between each league.
NEWS
By: | August 6, 2005
Former UC Irvine starting goalkeeper Marissa Welliver leads a group of seven newcomers who will join 13 returners on the Vanguard University women's soccer team when play begins this fall. Welliver, a junior, earned Big West Conference Player of the Week honors for the Anteaters last season. Joining Welliver at goalkeeper will be Lauren Danjoi, who helped St. Margaret's to an Academy League championship and a CIF semifinal berth. Allyson Basehart transfers to Vanguard, coached by Kerry Crooks, from Santiago Canyon College, where she played two seasons.
NEWS
June 13, 2004
Nicole Mackey, a former Newport Harbor High standout now at the University of Hawaii, finished sixth in the 400-meter individual medley in 4 minutes, 54.34 seconds Saturday at the Janet Evans invitational in Long Beach's Charter All-Digital Aquatic Centre. Kaitlin Sandeno, an El Toro High product who was Mackey's rival in high school, won in 4:44.98. Corona del Mar High freshman Stephanie Gabert finished sixth in flight B of the 200 breaststroke in 2:36.
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LOCAL
November 19, 2008
SAN CLEMENTE — Two days after helping Newport Harbor High win a share of the South Coast League championship, Chase Wilson went out and captured his second straight individual title as the league’s top shortboarder at Lower Trestles beach Wednesday morning. Wilson, a second-year USA surf team member, was one of three from Newport Harbor to advance to the shortboard finals of the South Coast League individual tournament, as Erik Heimstaedt and Jared Cassidy were also in contention.
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SPORTS
October 22, 2008
SURFING Newport Harbor 103, Dana Hills 65 NEWPORT BEACH — In the pool and with a yellow ball, Kaleigh Gilchrist is considered among the elite in the county for girls’ water polo. In the ocean water and with a surfboard, the Newport Harbor High junior is not so bad there either. Gilchrist, a member of the Surfing America USA Surf Team, won the girls’ short board event for the second time this season, helping lead the Sailors to a South Coast League win against Dana Hills at 56th Street Wednesday morning.
NEWS
August 5, 2008
The 2008 UC Irvine men’s soccer recruiting class has been ranked No. 40 in the nation by College Soccer News. Coach George Kuntz’s eight-member class, including three community college transfers, garnered the second-best ranking in the Big West Conference. “We have added some strong attacking players particularly at the forward and midfield positions,” Kuntz said. “This recruiting class adds size, speed, and skill to an already talented group returning next year.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 7, 2008
IRVINE — For Newport Harbor High seniors RJ D’Cruz, Patrick Brennan and Erik Bonn, the game signified the end of their high school baseball career. But, when the trio left Saturday’s 12th annual Ryan Lemmon All-Star Showcase early, they did it for another event important in the life of most high school seniors: the prom. Newport Harbor held its prom Saturday night at The Grove of Anaheim, making D’Cruz, Brennan and Bonn brief participants in the game that started just after 5 p.m. at Windrow Park.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 29, 2008
CORONA DEL MAR — Andrew Noto thought his day was going to get easier. Late in the fourth quarter a youngster fired empty water containers at the Corona del Mar High goalie. Noto let them fly right past him. One almost hit the junior in the face. Noto just laughed while on the bench with his mask off. The kid’s shots were the hardest Noto faced Monday. The Sea Kings easily beat visiting Tesoro, 16-2, in the opening round of the Orange County Championship boys’ lacrosse tournament.
SPORTS
January 25, 2008
Brent Melbon, an assistant coach last season at Orange Coast College, has been named head football coach at Dana Hills High, he said Thursday. Melbon, who also teaches at Dana Hills, had applied for the Corona del Mar High football coaching vacancy that has yet to be filled. Melbon, who coached the secondary for Orange Coast in 2007, was the offensive coordinator at CdM in 2006. He worked previously as an assistant at Dana Hills and Santa Ana Valley high schools and also coached in the Newport-Mesa Junior All-American Football program.
SPORTS
November 16, 2007
The Newport Harbor High surf team defeated Dana Hills, 93-74, finishing tied for first in the South Coast League with San Clemente, a first since the Sailors joined the league. Newport Harbor finished 5-1 in league competition. The Sailors won the boys’ and girls’ shortboard competitions as well as the boys’ longboard event. The Dana Hills boys won the bodyboard and girls’ longboard events. Newport Harbor won the boys’ shortboard, 47-37, by winning three of the four heats.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | September 28, 2007
So far, it seems Dana Hills High might be the school that best embodies the definition of a “sleeper.” With an 0-4 start to the season, the Dolphins haven’t recorded a win since Nov. 9, 2006, when they beat Capistrano Valley 28-13. Dana Hills finished 3-2 in the South Coast league. But all losses are not created equal. Dana Hills took a 28-7 season-opening dive at the hands of Orange Lutheran, ranked second in the CIF Southern Section Pac-5 Division this week behind Mater Dei. The Dolphins also lost, 10-0, to El Dorado, ranked first in the CIF Southwest Division.
SPORTS
By DAVID CARRILLO PEÑALOZA | April 3, 2007
When the Corona del Mar High girls' lacrosse team steps on the field today at powerhouse Poway, Coach Kathy Chaix will have plenty of new, young faces. The junior varsity team is moving on up. Chaix has been forced to make the move because the Sea Kings have been rocked with five injuries and three ineligible varsity players. Two key players Chaix said are out with injuries are junior attacker Addison Hoover (sprained ankle) and sophomore defender Amy Youngman (torn anterior cruciate ligament)
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