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April 4, 2009
BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD Trabuco Hills Invitational MISSION VIEJO — Newport Harbor High junior Cecil Whiteside won the discus (180 feet, 1 inch) and the Sailors also had a winning relay team Saturday at Trabuco Hills High. Benny Ward, Joel Betonte, Evan Walker and Scott Figueroa took first place in the sprint medley relay, which consists of a 200-meter leg, another 200, a 400 and ends with an 800, in 3 minutes, 41.78 seconds. Whiteside also finished second in the shot put (56-8 1/2 )
SPORTS
December 29, 2006
KEENE, N.H. ? Guard Chad Stassel finished with 19 points and earned MVP honors by leading the Newport Harbor High boys' basketball team to a 68-51 win over Keene for the Keene State Classic championship at Keene State College on Thursday night. Stassel, who averaged 18.6 points during the three-day tournament, led a balanced attack as he was one of three Sailors (8-4) in double figures. The other two were center Kyle Caldwell and forward Weston Dunlap, who each had 17 points. Caldwell also made the all-tournament team, and he along with teammates will be traveling to Springfield, Mass.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | April 28, 2006
When you've never attempted to leap over a hurdle while running at full speed, the thought can be daunting. You might imagine leg bruises, shin abrasions or any number of strange injuries that could occur from getting tangled up in one of those awkward contraptions. Of course, the best way to combat those fears is to get proficient at leaping hurdles. It took Estancia High senior Ryan Whites several months to feel comfortable doing the hurdles after his freshman coach suggested he give it a try, and about a year to discover that he could excel at the sport.
NEWS
September 13, 2002
MISSION VIEJO -- Trabuco Hills High was in its infancy the last time the Newport Harbor football team lost a season opener. But the host Mustangs played the part of the bullying older brother Thursday, earning a 16-8 nonleague triumph over the Sailors. Despite being dominated for much of the game, however, Newport, which had won 12 and tied one of its last 13 openers, was in striking distance near the end. But five Sailor passes into the end zone either fell incomplete or were broken up in the final three minutes to allow Trabuco to celebrate on its home field.
LOCAL
By BARRY FAULKNER | September 10, 2009
Bouncing back from a 42-7 season-opening loss to Trabuco Hills High has created good news and bad news this week for Estancia football coach Mike Bargas. The good news is that the Eagles clearly have bought into Bargas’ pronouncement that losing to a team then ranked No. 5 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division is no reason to diminish optimism that built in the off-season about the 2009 campaign. The bad news is that practice was so spirited Wednesday, three players were injured on the same play.
NEWS
April 1, 2001
Richard Dunn MISSION VIEJO - It's amazing what a little motivation can do for even the worst flu bugs and colds. In the case of Corona del Mar High senior distance standout Josh Yelsey, it was remembering last year, when he showed up at the Trabuco Hills Track and Field Invitational bent on running the boys 800 and 1,600 meters. But, in 2000, only an hour was available to rest between races and Yelsey scratched the 800. This year, even with a "horrible cold," according to CdM Coach Bill Sumner, Yelsey wanted to make sure he competed in both races.
NEWS
April 1, 2001
this year Richard Dunn MISSION VIEJO - As soon as Corona del Mar High senior Jaycee Mahler cleared every hurdle and crossed the finish line in a blazing 47.08 in the girls 300-meter intermediate hurdles, she knew her performance was something special. In the featured race, and the fifth of five heats Saturday in the 10th annual Trabuco Hills Track and Field Invitational at Trabuco Hills High, Mahler finished second behind Morgan Altizer of Thousand Oaks, the overall winner in 46.51.
NEWS
April 28, 2001
Tony Altobelli MISSION VIEJO - After rain postponed the first attempt, the Orange County Championships will get a second chance to showcase the area's top talent today at 8:30 a.m. at Trabuco Hills High. Unfortunately for those associated with the event, a strong portion of the schools will not be coming with a full arsenal, if they come at all. Three of the four Newport-Mesa high schools, Estancia, Costa Mesa and Corona del Mar will not be in attendance because of Monday's Pacific Coast League preliminaries.
NEWS
April 6, 2001
Barry Faulkner CORONA DEL MAR - At this point in the high school track and field season, uneventful dual meets are actually the goal. But when Corona del Mar High senior Travis Beardslee limped off the track after unleashing a frenetic kick to pass Estancia's Humberto Rojas and win the boys 800 meters, Thursday's Pacific Coast League tuneup for Saturday's Orange County Championships took a potentially serious turn....
NEWS
May 12, 2001
Barry Faulkner MISSION VIEJO - At a meet in which just about everyone but the sprinters was looking to save every ounce of energy possible for next week's finals, all Corona del Mar High senior Josh Yelsey was hoping for Friday night was a green light. Yelsey, who won three events at last week's Pacific Coast League track and field finals, pared that schedule to two events for Friday's CIF Southern Section Division III boys preliminaries at Trabuco Hills High.
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March 8, 2010
Scott Orloff, the defensive coordinator for the Orange Coast College football team the last four seasons, has left the Pirates to become head coach at Trabuco Hills High, OCC Coach Mike Taylor confirmed Monday. Taylor said John Young, whose second tenure as an OCC assistant began last season when he guided the linebackers, will take over as defensive coordinator. Taylor said Young will also tutor the secondary in 2010 and Taylor will coach the linebackers. Orloff, a former prep head coach at Dana Hills and Santa Ana Valley, came to OCC in 2002 as the secondary coach.
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LOCAL
By BARRY FAULKNER | September 10, 2009
Bouncing back from a 42-7 season-opening loss to Trabuco Hills High has created good news and bad news this week for Estancia football coach Mike Bargas. The good news is that the Eagles clearly have bought into Bargas’ pronouncement that losing to a team then ranked No. 5 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division is no reason to diminish optimism that built in the off-season about the 2009 campaign. The bad news is that practice was so spirited Wednesday, three players were injured on the same play.
SPORTS
April 4, 2009
BOYS’ TRACK AND FIELD Trabuco Hills Invitational MISSION VIEJO — Newport Harbor High junior Cecil Whiteside won the discus (180 feet, 1 inch) and the Sailors also had a winning relay team Saturday at Trabuco Hills High. Benny Ward, Joel Betonte, Evan Walker and Scott Figueroa took first place in the sprint medley relay, which consists of a 200-meter leg, another 200, a 400 and ends with an 800, in 3 minutes, 41.78 seconds. Whiteside also finished second in the shot put (56-8 1/2 )
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | April 6, 2008
MISSION VIEJO — Corona del Mar High’s Shelby Buckley won the 1,600 meters at the Trabuco Hills Invitational Saturday without really pushing herself once. Newport Harbor’s Cecil Whiteside took top billing too, in something he’s still got a long way to go in perfecting: the discus throw. Whiteside surpassed all his competitors with a throw of 175 feet, nine inches, a competition best for the sophomore, who seems intent on barreling his way toward Darius Savage’s 2004 sophomore state record of 186 feet, 11 inches.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo PeƱaloza | December 30, 2006
MISSION VIEJO ? With the ball spinning toward the back of the net, both soccer teams stormed toward the penalty box. One team wanted to celebrate with the player booting in the clinching penalty kick. The other team wanted to make sure the player responsible for forcing a scoreless match into penalties received credit. For 60 minutes of the 100-minute match, Newport Harbor High goalkeeper Nathan Freiberg stood in the way of unbeaten Santa Ana, punching back shot after shot Friday night.
SPORTS
December 29, 2006
KEENE, N.H. ? Guard Chad Stassel finished with 19 points and earned MVP honors by leading the Newport Harbor High boys' basketball team to a 68-51 win over Keene for the Keene State Classic championship at Keene State College on Thursday night. Stassel, who averaged 18.6 points during the three-day tournament, led a balanced attack as he was one of three Sailors (8-4) in double figures. The other two were center Kyle Caldwell and forward Weston Dunlap, who each had 17 points. Caldwell also made the all-tournament team, and he along with teammates will be traveling to Springfield, Mass.
SPORTS
By Dave Thorpe | April 28, 2006
When you've never attempted to leap over a hurdle while running at full speed, the thought can be daunting. You might imagine leg bruises, shin abrasions or any number of strange injuries that could occur from getting tangled up in one of those awkward contraptions. Of course, the best way to combat those fears is to get proficient at leaping hurdles. It took Estancia High senior Ryan Whites several months to feel comfortable doing the hurdles after his freshman coach suggested he give it a try, and about a year to discover that he could excel at the sport.
NEWS
December 28, 2004
The Corona del Mar High boys soccer team won two games Monday to advance to the semifinals of the Trabuco Hills tournament today at Trabuco Hills High. The Sea Kings (3-2-2) defeated Burroughs, 2-1, in the first round of the tournament, then knocked off Edison, 1-0, in the quarterfinals. CdM faces Foothill today at 5 p.m. Against Burroughs, Bryan Burke took a cross from Brandon Barrett and fired it in to give the Sea Kings a 1-0 lead in the 22nd minute.
NEWS
September 13, 2002
MISSION VIEJO -- Trabuco Hills High was in its infancy the last time the Newport Harbor football team lost a season opener. But the host Mustangs played the part of the bullying older brother Thursday, earning a 16-8 nonleague triumph over the Sailors. Despite being dominated for much of the game, however, Newport, which had won 12 and tied one of its last 13 openers, was in striking distance near the end. But five Sailor passes into the end zone either fell incomplete or were broken up in the final three minutes to allow Trabuco to celebrate on its home field.
NEWS
May 12, 2001
Barry Faulkner MISSION VIEJO - At a meet in which just about everyone but the sprinters was looking to save every ounce of energy possible for next week's finals, all Corona del Mar High senior Josh Yelsey was hoping for Friday night was a green light. Yelsey, who won three events at last week's Pacific Coast League track and field finals, pared that schedule to two events for Friday's CIF Southern Section Division III boys preliminaries at Trabuco Hills High.
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