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December 5, 2001
FULLERTON - There were just too many weapons from the Troy High girls basketball team and Corona del Mar had no answer as the Warriors scored a 70-29 victory in the quarterfinals of the Troy NJB Hoops Classic Tuesday at Troy High. Troy (3-0) built a 34-17 halftime lead and went on a 22-8 run in the third, paced by an aggressive defense and some accurate three-point shooting. The lone positive for the Sea Kings (2-2) was that they never gave up, CdM Coach Elbert Davis said.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
FULLERTON - Corona del Mar High's girls basketball team logged its second straight victory Monday night, taking Santa Ana Valley apart in the fourth quarter to post a 53-42 decision in the first round of the Troy Tournament. The victory sends Coach Elbert Davis' quintet (2-0) into a 6:30 duel with La Habra tonight at the same site, Troy High. Kelly Luu came off the bench to light a fire, and combined with the defensive play of Andrea Gruber, Corona del Mar ran off a 23-6 run in the fourth quarter to overcome a 36-30 deficit through three quarters.
SPORTS
November 15, 2007
Over the last couple of years, the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team has clashed with Troy High, of Fullerton, quite a bit. The two teams continue their rivalry today at 2 p.m. at Troy in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. Both No. 3-seeded CdM (19-2) and No. 2-seeded Troy (17-0) are trying to get back to the Claremont Club for Monday’s CIF championship match. It was there that the Sea Kings defeated the Warriors last year, 13-5, to win the Division I crown and cap an undefeated season.
SPORTS
October 30, 2006
BOYS' WATER POLO Hank Vallekamp Tournament FULLERTON — Costa Mesa High split a pair of consolation games Saturday, edging Troy, 13-12, before losing to La Habra, 13-9, at Troy High. Junior Sam Edman had the game-winner for the Mustangs (11-16) against Troy with two minutes left in the fourth quarter. Senior John Roche scored 10 combined goals in the two games, and senior goalie Scott Neslage had 10 steals against Troy. Costa Mesa plays its season finale on Wednesday at home against Orange Coast League rival Laguna Beach.
NEWS
December 10, 1999
Joseph Boo LA PALMA - Corona del Mar High's girls basketball team came back from a nine-point halftime deficit to tie the game in the fourth quarter, but Huntington Beach's Amy Sanders had five free throws and a layup to key a 46-38, win in the semifinals of the Troy-Kennedy Tournament Thursday at Kennedy High. CdM (3-1) made a frantic comeback from a 31-23 third-quarter deficit. Kristen McCoy scored six of her 13 points, Charlene Quon hit two three-pointers and Mijanou Pham hit two free throws for CdM to tie it at 37 with 2:46 left.
NEWS
December 15, 2001
LA HABRA - Costa Mesa High junior Carlos Jaime, a 6-foot-1 forward-center, amassed 17 rebounds and senior teammate Chad Vakili scored 27 points as a fill-in point guard to key the Mustangs' 62-53 win over Long Beach Wilson in a consolation game of the Sonora/Troy Tournament Friday at Sonora High. Vakili, who assumed the reigns of the offense with senior David Conte sitting out due to disciplinary reasons, scored 18 points after halftime as the Mustangs confounded Wilson by distributing their scoring punch.
SPORTS
January 19, 2014
WRESTLING Troy Wrestling Classic FULLERTON — Corona del Mar High's Chris Croxton (128 pounds), Kaden Ebbinga (154) were champs and Adam Reines (140) took third to lead the Sea Kings to a sixth-place finish at Troy High. Croxton finished first with a 9-2 victory in the finals over his opponent from Sonora High. Ebbinga won his gold medal with a 3-0 victory over Servite in the finals. Reines took home an additional medal with his victory in the third-place match. Sophomore Garrett Cleary (285 pounds)
NEWS
December 4, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - The Corona del Mar High girls basketball team ran a fast break CalTrans could appreciate Monday night: All lanes filled with no noticeable slowing. And CdM senior point guard Andrea Gruber directed this high-speed traffic with aplomb to lead the Sea Kings to a 66-25 first-round victory over Garden Grove in the Troy NJB Hoops Classic at Troy High. "I loved the way Andrea distributed the ball tonight," CdM Coach Elbert Davis said of his senior point guard, who finished with a game-high nine assists.
NEWS
December 14, 2002
Steve Virgen The work doesn't stop for Corona del Mar High's Brittany Holland. It seems never ending, the quest to overcome the challenges involved in tennis, which includes playing error-free. Luckily for Holland she has a passion for the game. A game that can be frustrating at times, but Holland usually ignores that part. In the same week Holland helped bring CdM its first CIF doubles championship since 1971, she was back in training mode, hitting and running, preparing for her next singles tournament and further on: Next year she will be a senior and one of the key leaders on the Sea Kings' tennis team.
NEWS
June 27, 2002
Steve Virgen FOUNTAIN VALLEY - Aggressiveness. That's what made the difference in the doubles match of Corona del Mar High's Taylynn Snyder and Serena Fermin (Troy High) against Julianna Gates and Lauren Jones from San Diego County. Gates and Jones won, 6-4, 7-5, and showed just a bit more aggressive play Wednesday at the Los Caballeros Tennis Center to advance to today's girls 18s quarterfinals in the 100th annual Southern California Junior Sectional Tennis Championships.
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SPORTS
January 19, 2014
WRESTLING Troy Wrestling Classic FULLERTON — Corona del Mar High's Chris Croxton (128 pounds), Kaden Ebbinga (154) were champs and Adam Reines (140) took third to lead the Sea Kings to a sixth-place finish at Troy High. Croxton finished first with a 9-2 victory in the finals over his opponent from Sonora High. Ebbinga won his gold medal with a 3-0 victory over Servite in the finals. Reines took home an additional medal with his victory in the third-place match. Sophomore Garrett Cleary (285 pounds)
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FEATURES
By Matt Szabo | September 23, 2008
FULLERTON — This time there was no high drama. Most of the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis players remember their trip to Troy High last November, when the underdog Sea Kings shocked the Warriors, 10-8, in the CIF Southern Section Division I semifinals. On Tuesday, though, a return trip wasn’t nearly as stressful. Inexperience is Troy’s Achilles’ heel this year, and CdM breezed by, 15-3, in the nonleague match. Of course, CdM’s players hadn’t forgotten what happened last time around.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | November 16, 2007
For a photo gallery of the match, click here. FULLERTON — Dozens of people crowded around the No. 2 doubles court at Troy High on Thursday. Momentum seemed to swing with every winner made by Corona del Mar High’s Paige Polizois and Danielle Kaiden, as well as Troy’s Samantha Nadres and Stephanie Hui. The winner of the set would decide everything, namely whose team would be advancing to the CIF Southern Section Division I championship match for the second straight year.
SPORTS
November 15, 2007
Over the last couple of years, the Corona del Mar High girls’ tennis team has clashed with Troy High, of Fullerton, quite a bit. The two teams continue their rivalry today at 2 p.m. at Troy in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs. Both No. 3-seeded CdM (19-2) and No. 2-seeded Troy (17-0) are trying to get back to the Claremont Club for Monday’s CIF championship match. It was there that the Sea Kings defeated the Warriors last year, 13-5, to win the Division I crown and cap an undefeated season.
SPORTS
October 30, 2006
BOYS' WATER POLO Hank Vallekamp Tournament FULLERTON — Costa Mesa High split a pair of consolation games Saturday, edging Troy, 13-12, before losing to La Habra, 13-9, at Troy High. Junior Sam Edman had the game-winner for the Mustangs (11-16) against Troy with two minutes left in the fourth quarter. Senior John Roche scored 10 combined goals in the two games, and senior goalie Scott Neslage had 10 steals against Troy. Costa Mesa plays its season finale on Wednesday at home against Orange Coast League rival Laguna Beach.
NEWS
December 14, 2002
Steve Virgen The work doesn't stop for Corona del Mar High's Brittany Holland. It seems never ending, the quest to overcome the challenges involved in tennis, which includes playing error-free. Luckily for Holland she has a passion for the game. A game that can be frustrating at times, but Holland usually ignores that part. In the same week Holland helped bring CdM its first CIF doubles championship since 1971, she was back in training mode, hitting and running, preparing for her next singles tournament and further on: Next year she will be a senior and one of the key leaders on the Sea Kings' tennis team.
NEWS
June 27, 2002
Steve Virgen FOUNTAIN VALLEY - Aggressiveness. That's what made the difference in the doubles match of Corona del Mar High's Taylynn Snyder and Serena Fermin (Troy High) against Julianna Gates and Lauren Jones from San Diego County. Gates and Jones won, 6-4, 7-5, and showed just a bit more aggressive play Wednesday at the Los Caballeros Tennis Center to advance to today's girls 18s quarterfinals in the 100th annual Southern California Junior Sectional Tennis Championships.
NEWS
December 15, 2001
LA HABRA - Costa Mesa High junior Carlos Jaime, a 6-foot-1 forward-center, amassed 17 rebounds and senior teammate Chad Vakili scored 27 points as a fill-in point guard to key the Mustangs' 62-53 win over Long Beach Wilson in a consolation game of the Sonora/Troy Tournament Friday at Sonora High. Vakili, who assumed the reigns of the offense with senior David Conte sitting out due to disciplinary reasons, scored 18 points after halftime as the Mustangs confounded Wilson by distributing their scoring punch.
NEWS
December 5, 2001
FULLERTON - There were just too many weapons from the Troy High girls basketball team and Corona del Mar had no answer as the Warriors scored a 70-29 victory in the quarterfinals of the Troy NJB Hoops Classic Tuesday at Troy High. Troy (3-0) built a 34-17 halftime lead and went on a 22-8 run in the third, paced by an aggressive defense and some accurate three-point shooting. The lone positive for the Sea Kings (2-2) was that they never gave up, CdM Coach Elbert Davis said.
NEWS
December 4, 2001
Barry Faulkner FULLERTON - The Corona del Mar High girls basketball team ran a fast break CalTrans could appreciate Monday night: All lanes filled with no noticeable slowing. And CdM senior point guard Andrea Gruber directed this high-speed traffic with aplomb to lead the Sea Kings to a 66-25 first-round victory over Garden Grove in the Troy NJB Hoops Classic at Troy High. "I loved the way Andrea distributed the ball tonight," CdM Coach Elbert Davis said of his senior point guard, who finished with a game-high nine assists.
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