March 9, 2000
MISSION VIEJO - Estancia High's D.J. Glacy won two sets against Trabuco Hills boys tennis team, which defeated the visiting Eagles, 15-3, Tuesday in a nonleague match. Glacy beat the Mustangs' No. 1 and No. 3 singles players. Estancia's (0-2) Mark Trujillo had a 3-1 lead, lost it, and came back to win his last set of the day, 7-5. Nonleague Trabuco Hills 15, Estancia 3 Singles - Glacy (Est) def. Patel, 6-0; lost to Berry, 2-6; def. Kem, 6-1. Trujillo (Est)
September 2, 2009
Week Zero meant more than one zero to the Estancia High football team last year when it arrived at the game. At game time, it was still 100 degrees. The Eagles got to their first game in collared shirts, ties and pants, pregame attire four hours before kickoff. No shirts and shorts seemed more appropriate. “That took so much out of us that I refused to play in [San Bernardino], or anywhere it’s 100 degrees at the start,” said Coach Mike Bargas, referring to last season’s opener at Aquinas.
September 3, 2009
COSTA MESA — The fire alarm flashed before the football game started at Estancia High. No one figured a way to turn it off. The Eagles obviously played with fire in their season opener. Trabuco Hills, ranked No. 5 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division preseason coaches’ poll, proved to be too dangerous. Estancia complained about the 100-degree heat in last year’s opener on the road. This year at home, not enough help. No one came to the rescue as the Mustangs stomped their way to a 42-7 nonleague victory at Jim Scott Stadium Thursday night.
May 12, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - In quite a few boys' volleyball matches this season, Corona del Mar High has relied quite heavily on outside hitter Parker Brown and middle blocker Jack Reed. While that was also the case in Saturday night's 25-19, 25-23, 25-19 CIF Southern Section Division 2 quarterfinal win over Trabuco Hills at CdM, it took a total team effort during the most crucial moments. And that team effort will take the Sea Kings to another home match, a semifinal showdown at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
December 4, 2000
ANAHEIM - The Costa Mesa High boys basketball team lost to Trabuco Hills, 59-51, Saturday in the consolation finals of the Loara Tournament. Senior Mike Payne led the Mustangs (2-2) with 14 points, while Steve Whittaker added 11 and Chad Vakili had 10. "Trabuco Hills is a very good team," Mesa Coach Bob Serven said. "In fact, there was a lot of good teams in this tournament. We would have liked to have won the consolation round, but considering how young we are, we played pretty well."
December 8, 2000
IRVINE - Estancia High built a seven-point halftime lead, then outscored Trabuco Hills, 14-4, in the third quarter to pull away for a 48-28 girls basketball victory in the 13th-place semifinal of the South Coast Tournament Thursday at University High. Freshman Trisha Wase had nine of her game-high 11 points in the first quarter, all on three-pointers, and Zuyin Barrera added eight, with two three-pointers, for the winners (2-2). Trabuco fell to 1-3. SOUTH COAST TOURNAMENT 13th-place semifinal Estancia 48, Trabuco Hills 28 Score by Quarters Trabuco Hills 4 9 4 11 - 28 Estancia 11 9 14 14 - 48 Trabuco Hills - Carl 8, McGovern 7, Mitchell 3, Bowens 3, Leary 2, Arthur 2, Kieslich 2, Hovsepain 2, Decitcio 1, Mitchell 1. 3-pt.
August 29, 2012
Newport Harbor (0-0) vs. Trabuco Hills (1-0) When/where: Thursday night, 7 at Newport Harbor High Key Sailors: Sr. WR-CB Landon Gyulay; Jr. LT-DT Ramsey Hufford; Sr. RB-LB Talalelei Teaupa Key Mustangs: Sr. C Zack Cody; Sr. QB Nathan Perry (187 yards and one TD on 18-of-24 passing); Sr. WR Cole Breeland (three catches for 53 yards) Breakdown: Newport Harbor, ranked No. 9 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll, starts the season against Trabuco Hills for the third straight year … Sailors will have to slow down the Mustangs' ground game, which produced a 200-yard rusher in their 35-14 win against Newport Harbor last year … Trabuco Hills kicked off the season at home last week, edging Dana Hills, 17-14 … Newport Harbor is 21-4-1 in season openers under Coach Jeff Brinkley, who enters his 27th season with the Sailors … Brinkley said the Sailors and Mustangs are very similar, both have a lot of new faces … Newport Harbor and Trabuco Hills have split their previous four meetings.
December 27, 2002
First Round Villa Park 68, Glendale Hoover 37 Workman 55, Notre Dame (Riv.) 30 Chaparral 80, Irvine 42 Edison 60, So. Torrance 57 Estancia 76, Rancho Alamitos 29 Anaheim 43, Corona del Mar 41 Trabuco Hills 55, La Quinta 43 Rosemead 59, Mayfair 47 Today Championship Quarters 4:50 p.m. -- Villa Park vs. Workman 8 p.m. -- Chaparral vs. Edison 6:25 p.m. - Estancia vs. Anaheim...
September 27, 2002
Newport Harbor's explosive victory over highly regarded Marina last week lends credibility to the notion the Sailors' "slow" start in a scrimmage with Mission Viejo and a 16-8 loss in the season opener against Trabuco Hills speaks more to the quality of the competition than the lack of savvy in the Sailors' game. Dartagnan Johnson ran for 206 yards and three TDs on 23 carries last year in this game. Newport Harbor, despite its season-opening loss at Trabuco Hills, is ranked No. 3 in CIF Division VI. Quarterback Michael McDonald could hold the key to success for the Sailors.
December 9, 2001
Costa Mesa High defeated Trabuco Hills, 2-0, and Irvine, 2-0, in pool play of the Ocean View girls soccer tournament at Golden West Saturday. Against Trabuco Hills, Sharon Day and Jenny Sparks had first-half goals with assists from Lisa Dunn and Kristen Bagwell. Kaitlyn Gentling made nine saves to earn the shutout. Gentling also led the way against Irvine, making three saves to earn her fourth shutout of the season for Costa Mesa (4-2). Day scored both goals with assists from Dunn and Natalee Schoetler.