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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 4, 2007
ANAHEIM — Out of breath, the lone freshman on the Corona del Mar High boys’ basketball team motioned to Coach Ryan Schachter. Clayton Ragsdale wanted out of the Sea Kings’ opening-round game of the La Quinta Tournament. Schachter, surprised, yelled out, “Give me two more minutes, that’s all that’s left.” Ragsdale slowly walked over to the bench. He did his part to stop Westminster point guard Keshad Adeniyi in the second half. Now it was someone else’s job in garbage time.
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By Matt Szabo | December 12, 2012
COSTA MESA — Estancia High senior team captain Alexis Paul is a rarity in high school water polo: a player who has been the starting varsity goalie for all four years. There also aren't too many left-handers who play goalie. Paul is one of those, too. But more than anything, she is one of a group of determined seniors for the Eagles. They want to improve upon last year, when they finished fourth in the Orange Coast League and missed the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs.
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By Steve Virgen | December 22, 2011
Last year many referred to Andrew McCormack as Jackie Moon, the character from the movie, "Semi-Pro. " The nickname seemed to fit, as the Corona del Mar High 6-foot-3 forward sported an afro and had that Will Ferrell look. But this year McCormack has toned down the 'fro. No one's laughing about a silly nickname now. When people hear, "Andrew McCormack," the words, "hustle," and, "all-out effort," come to mind. That's what he's always been known for, but it now seems at an elevated level because this is his senior year.
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January 4, 2004
Most valuable player -- James Peni Orange Sr. DE/FB -- Offensive player of the year -- Justin Jones Orange Sr. RB -- Defensive player of the year -- Alfred Tau Westminster Sr. LB -- First team -- Ramiro Chavez Saddleback Sr. RB/DB Alex Gober Santa Ana Jr. QB Carlos Brooks Westminster Jr. RB/DB Daniel Chairez Orange So. RB Geo Macias Estancia Jr....
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December 11, 1999
Tony Altobelli WESTMINSTER - Five players had 10 or more points to lead Costa Mesa High's boys basketball to an 82-46 nonleague win over host Westminster Friday night. Mike Payne led the Mustangs with 16 points and 10 rebounds, while Nathan Jones added 15 points and Ryan Naff had 14 points and nine rebounds. Next up for Mesa (4-2) is a Monday night home contest with Savanna at 7.. NONLEAGUE Costa Mesa 82, Westminster 46 Costa Mesa 24 16 21 21 - 82 Westminster 14 10 9 13 - 46 Costa Mesa - Conte 7, Knox 4, Hatsushi 11, Whittaker 13, Weir 2, Payne 16, Naff 14, Jones 15, Ferryman 0, Abedrabo 0, Krikorian 0. 3 pt. goals - Knox 1, Whittaker 3, Naff 2. Fouled out - None.
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November 3, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Estancia High boys water polo team used a strong first half and cruised to a 14-4 nonleague win over visiting Westminster on Thursday. Eagles' senior Phil Westfall scored a season-high eight goals to lead the Eagles (7-6). Matt Thorpe added four goals while Cliff and D.J. Glacy each scored one. Estancia jumped out to an 8-3 first-half lead and never looked back. Goalies D.J. Glacy and Dan Wotta combined for nine saves. NONLEAGUE Estancia 14, Westminster 6 Westminster 1 2 2 1 - 4 Estancia 3 5 3 3 - 14 Westminster - Mick 3, McGrath 2, Lock 1; Estancia - Westfall 8, Thorpe 4, C. Glacy 1, D. Glacy 1. Saves - Cavey (W)
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July 11, 2001
Richard Dunn WESTMINSTER - At least there's still the Mayor's Cup to play for the Costa Mesa American Little League Major All-Stars. Following Tuesday's loss to host Westminster, 10-0, in the District 62 Area 1 All-Star Tournament at Johnson Middle School, the Costa Mesa squad was eliminated with its second straight setback. But the American All-Stars will face the National League in a best-of-three Mayor's Cup July 25-26 and July 28 (if necessary)
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December 10, 2002
Estancia High senior Frank Gamboa and Costa Mesa High sophomore Adam Douglas are first-team All-Golden West League selections, as selected by the league's boys water polo coaches. Estancia's Jess Helmich is a second-team pick. It was the first year in the Golden West League for the Mustangs and Eagles, who placed no players on last year's All-Pacific Coast League teams. 2002 COACHES' ALL-GOLDEN WEST LEAGUE Most Valuable Player Chris Tapia, Saddleback Jr. First team Adam Douglas, Costa Mesa So. Frank Gamboa, Estancia Sr. Carlos Aguilar, Santa Ana Jr. Chris Colchado, Saddleback Jr. Eric Engstrom, Orange Sr. Robert Galvan, Santa Ana Sr. Joel Herrera, Saddleback Sr. Milo Lopez, Santa Ana Sr. Phil Pease, Orange Sr. Tony Pendergrass, Westminster Sr. Ted Sewell, Orange Sr. Danny Vega, Saddleback Jr. David Viveros, Orange Sr. Second team Jess Hellmich, Estancia Sr. Gustavo Andrade, Santa Ana Sr. Nathan Bayati, Orange So. Craig Casperson, Westminster Jr. Sam Danh, Westminster So. Chris Galvan, Saddleback Jr. Pedro Garcia, Saddleback Jr. Troy King, Westminster Sr. Victor Maya, Orange Sr. Cris Padilla, Saddleback Jr. Kody Reynolds, Westminster Jr. Bulmaro Salazar, Santa Ana Sr. Alfredo Vargas, Santa Ana Sr.
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November 13, 1999
COSTA MESA - Vanguard University's women's basketball team raced out to a 13-point halftime lead and held on for a 69-55 victory over visiting Westminster. Becki Huddle almost got a triple-double for Vanguard (2-0) with eight points, 10 rebounds and nine assists. Laura Lee led the Lions with 17 points, shooting 5-for-9 from three-point range. Marissa Emde scored 16 and Kelly Boeke had 13 points and 4 assists for Vanguard.NONCONFERENCE Vanguard 69, Westminster 55 Westminster: Bonham 16, Kelsch 10, Doxey 7, Jensen 6, Bradshaw 5, Voorhees 4, Hazen 3, Neeley 2, Wallace 2. 3-point: 0-4 Free throw: 13-15 Fouls: 7 Vanguard: Lee 17, Emde 16, Boeke 13, Huddle 8, Fikse 5, Dittenbir 4, Weidler 4, Seaman 2. 3-point: 12-33 Free throw: 3-6 Fouls: 15 Halftime: Vanguard, 30-17
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October 4, 2010
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Mother McAuley Asics Challenge CHICAGO — Corona del Mar High finished seventh overall, first in the silver division at the 24-team event completed Saturday. The Sea Kings competed in the two-day format that included 10 nationally ranked teams. BOYS' WATER POLO Estancia Classic COSTA MESA – The host Eagles opened pool-play action with a pair of wins, defeating Westminster, 14-3 and topping Rancho Alamitos, 10-8, Monday.
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