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December 13, 2000
LA HABRA - Corona del Mar High bounced back with a 55-45 consolation boys basketball victory over Whittier Christian Tuesday afternoon at the Sonora Tournament, sending the Sea Kings into a 4:30 p.m. slot on Thursday against Santa Ana/Whittier. Eric Snell led the way, scoring 10 of his 17 points in the first quarter as CdM (2-5) raced to a 20-9 lead, allowing Coach Paul Orris to take a good look at all of his squad the balance of the game. SONORA TOURNAMENT Consolation Bracket CdM 55, Whittier Christian 45 Score by Quarters Whittier Christian 9 10 9 17 - 45 Corona del Mar 20 14 8 13 - 55 Whittier Christian - T. Albeanu 19, Bonawitz 2, Johnson 13, Sanchez 8, Underwood 3, Torres 0. 3-pt.
NEWS
March 25, 2001
GARDEN GROVE - The Newport Harbor High softball team split its two games in the Garden Grove Tournament Saturday, but still advanced to the second-place championship game by way of the tournament's tiebraker rule. The Sailors (6-4-2) defeated Calvary Chapel, 5-2, before losing to Whittier Christian, 2-1 in eight innings. Amanda Campbell had two RBIs, while Kim Moore came through with an RBI hit to spark Newport's four-run first inning. Sabrina Couch went the distance in her first pitching performance of the season.
NEWS
December 20, 2001
Richard Dunn ANAHEIM - Even though Estancia High's Eagles enjoyed a comfortable halftime lead, they didn't get fully warmed up until the second half Wednesday as they defeated Whittier Christian, 65-36, in pool play of the Garden Grove boys basketball tournament at Western High. Coach Chris Sorce's Eagles (5-4), winners of three straight, including a 59-53 victory Tuesday over host Garden Grove, will face high-flying Orange (9-0) in the championship semifinals Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Western.
NEWS
May 17, 2005
Rick Devereux A pair of Newport-Mesa softball teams earned berths in the CIF Southern Section playoffs that begin this week. Sage Hill School, which finished tied for second in the Academy League with Whitney, will play Friday at 3:15 p.m. at Whittier Christian in the first round of the Division VI postseason. Corona del Mar will play host to JSerra Wednesday at 3:15 in a Division IV wild-card game. The winner will play at St. Paul Friday in the first round.
NEWS
December 19, 2001
IRVINE - Junior Alexi Hands scored two goals to lead the unbeaten Sage Hill High girls soccer team to a 4-2 nonleague victory over host Tarbut V'Torah Tuesday. Hands connected on a breakaway in the first half, as the Lightning built a 3-1 lead in the first 40 minutes. Freshman Amy Werblin and sophomore Megan Curry scored one goal each and dished out one assist apiece. Freshman Mackenzie O'Brien also had an assist for Sage Hill (4-0-1), while freshman goalkeeper Casey McMackin anchored the defense, recording six saves.
NEWS
May 20, 2005
TODAY Baseball College -- UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m. Community college -- Super regional opening round: Irvine Valley at Orange Coast, 3 p.m. High school -- CIF playoffs (Division IV first round): La Serna at Corona del Mar, 3:15 p.m. Golf College women -- UC Irvine at NCAA championships, Sunriver, Ore. Softball High school -- CIF playoffs (first round): Corona del Mar at St. Paul (Division IV), 3:15 p.m.; Sage Hill at Whittier Christian (Division VI)
SPORTS
November 30, 2007
GIRLS’ WATER POLO Mira Costa 12, Costa Mesa 7 BREA — Briana Williams, Ashley Rendon, and Kasandra Afuang scored two goals each in Costa Mesa’s pool-play loss at the Benson Cup Tournament Thursday at Brea Olinda High. It was Costa Mesa’s season opener in the tournament hosted by El Dorado.   Benson Cup Tournament Pool Play Mira Costa 12, Costa Mesa 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS CM – Williams 2, Rendon 2, Afuang 2, Nunez.
NEWS
October 6, 2001
Costa Mesa 42, Whittier Christian 10 Score by Quarters Whittier Christian 3 7 0 0 - 10 Costa Mesa 14 14 14 0 - 42 FIRST QUARTER CM - Rodriguez 11 run (kick failed), 8:21. WC - Paulescu 42 FG, 4:21. CM - Cabico 4 run (Asuega pass from Perkins), 2:24. SECOND QUARTER CM - Asuega 3 run (kick failed), 9:25. CM - G. Gonzalez 9 pass from Perkins (Rodriguez run), 3:23. WC - Albeanu 25 pass from Esquer (Esquer pass from Paulescu)
NEWS
December 18, 2001
Estancia High senior Fernando Maldonado scored 23 points to lead the Eagles' boys basketball team to a 59-53 victory over Garden Grove in pool play of the Garden Grove North County Shootout Monday. Maldonado also grabbed nine rebounds for the Eagles (4-4). Zack Novak hit two free throws with six seconds left in the game to seal the victory for Estancia. Also contributing to the win were junior Joey Lindquist (15 points and 17 rebounds) and freshman Carlos Pinto (eight points)
NEWS
October 4, 2001
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - Believing it is honoring the wishes of its late teammate, Matt Colby, the Costa Mesa High football team will host Whittier Christian Friday at 7 p.m. in a nonleague game at Newport Harbor High. Costa Mesa Coach Dave Perkins said the Colby family, after thoughtful discussion among family members, conveyed to him that Colby, a 17-year-old senior who collapsed at Friday's game with Ocean View and died Saturday, would have wanted the Mustangs to play on. The team voted, 42-7, Monday to play its scheduled homecoming game, though Mesa Principal Diana Carey had announced Saturday she would postpone homecoming activities, including a dance, a rally and the traditional halftime ceremonies to crown a queen.
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SPORTS
November 30, 2007
GIRLS’ WATER POLO Mira Costa 12, Costa Mesa 7 BREA — Briana Williams, Ashley Rendon, and Kasandra Afuang scored two goals each in Costa Mesa’s pool-play loss at the Benson Cup Tournament Thursday at Brea Olinda High. It was Costa Mesa’s season opener in the tournament hosted by El Dorado.   Benson Cup Tournament Pool Play Mira Costa 12, Costa Mesa 7 SCORE BY QUARTERS CM – Williams 2, Rendon 2, Afuang 2, Nunez.
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By Dave Thorpe | March 8, 2006
GARDEN GROVE ? Once Kane Curran got on the mound again for the first time since suffering an arm injury, he didn't want to come off. Curran took a month and a half off from pitching because of tendinitis in his right arm. But after testing his arm in a scrimmage game March 1, he pronounced himself ready to go. The senior right-hander put any fears about his arm's readiness to rest Tuesday, when he hurled a six-hitter as the Estancia High...
NEWS
May 20, 2005
TODAY Baseball College -- UC Irvine at UC Santa Barbara, 2 p.m. Community college -- Super regional opening round: Irvine Valley at Orange Coast, 3 p.m. High school -- CIF playoffs (Division IV first round): La Serna at Corona del Mar, 3:15 p.m. Golf College women -- UC Irvine at NCAA championships, Sunriver, Ore. Softball High school -- CIF playoffs (first round): Corona del Mar at St. Paul (Division IV), 3:15 p.m.; Sage Hill at Whittier Christian (Division VI)
NEWS
May 17, 2005
Rick Devereux A pair of Newport-Mesa softball teams earned berths in the CIF Southern Section playoffs that begin this week. Sage Hill School, which finished tied for second in the Academy League with Whitney, will play Friday at 3:15 p.m. at Whittier Christian in the first round of the Division VI postseason. Corona del Mar will play host to JSerra Wednesday at 3:15 in a Division IV wild-card game. The winner will play at St. Paul Friday in the first round.
NEWS
December 20, 2001
Richard Dunn ANAHEIM - Even though Estancia High's Eagles enjoyed a comfortable halftime lead, they didn't get fully warmed up until the second half Wednesday as they defeated Whittier Christian, 65-36, in pool play of the Garden Grove boys basketball tournament at Western High. Coach Chris Sorce's Eagles (5-4), winners of three straight, including a 59-53 victory Tuesday over host Garden Grove, will face high-flying Orange (9-0) in the championship semifinals Friday at 7:30 p.m. at Western.
NEWS
December 19, 2001
IRVINE - Junior Alexi Hands scored two goals to lead the unbeaten Sage Hill High girls soccer team to a 4-2 nonleague victory over host Tarbut V'Torah Tuesday. Hands connected on a breakaway in the first half, as the Lightning built a 3-1 lead in the first 40 minutes. Freshman Amy Werblin and sophomore Megan Curry scored one goal each and dished out one assist apiece. Freshman Mackenzie O'Brien also had an assist for Sage Hill (4-0-1), while freshman goalkeeper Casey McMackin anchored the defense, recording six saves.
NEWS
December 18, 2001
Estancia High senior Fernando Maldonado scored 23 points to lead the Eagles' boys basketball team to a 59-53 victory over Garden Grove in pool play of the Garden Grove North County Shootout Monday. Maldonado also grabbed nine rebounds for the Eagles (4-4). Zack Novak hit two free throws with six seconds left in the game to seal the victory for Estancia. Also contributing to the win were junior Joey Lindquist (15 points and 17 rebounds) and freshman Carlos Pinto (eight points)
NEWS
October 6, 2001
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - Two student bodies, two football programs and a community will memorialize Matt Colby Monday night at Orange Coast College. But, Friday night at Newport Harbor High, some of Colby's Costa Mesa High teammates paid tribute the best way they knew how. The Mustangs, still grieving the death of Colby, who collapsed during the first quarter of the Sept. 28 game with Ocean View and was pronounced dead the following morning, defeated nonleague visitor Whittier Christian, 42-10, amid a somewhat reserved atmosphere Friday.
NEWS
October 6, 2001
Costa Mesa 42, Whittier Christian 10 Score by Quarters Whittier Christian 3 7 0 0 - 10 Costa Mesa 14 14 14 0 - 42 FIRST QUARTER CM - Rodriguez 11 run (kick failed), 8:21. WC - Paulescu 42 FG, 4:21. CM - Cabico 4 run (Asuega pass from Perkins), 2:24. SECOND QUARTER CM - Asuega 3 run (kick failed), 9:25. CM - G. Gonzalez 9 pass from Perkins (Rodriguez run), 3:23. WC - Albeanu 25 pass from Esquer (Esquer pass from Paulescu)
NEWS
October 4, 2001
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - Believing it is honoring the wishes of its late teammate, Matt Colby, the Costa Mesa High football team will host Whittier Christian Friday at 7 p.m. in a nonleague game at Newport Harbor High. Costa Mesa Coach Dave Perkins said the Colby family, after thoughtful discussion among family members, conveyed to him that Colby, a 17-year-old senior who collapsed at Friday's game with Ocean View and died Saturday, would have wanted the Mustangs to play on. The team voted, 42-7, Monday to play its scheduled homecoming game, though Mesa Principal Diana Carey had announced Saturday she would postpone homecoming activities, including a dance, a rally and the traditional halftime ceremonies to crown a queen.
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