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September 3, 2004
Rick Devereux The second start of the Tom Baldwin era for Costa Mesa High football began with a 21-7 nonleague loss to Brea Olinda, Thursday night at Newport Harbor High. "Everything we did wrong, we can correct," the 72-year old head coach told his team after the game. Indeed, the Mustangs bobbled the center-quarterback exchange five times, with two resulting in turnovers. Another turnover deep into Wildcat territory halted another drive. A missed tackle created an 80-yard touchdown for Brea Olinda in the fourth quarter.
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SPORTS
By By James Lee | January 30, 2006
Newport Harbor High product produced a season-high 17 points in Weber State's win over Idaho State on Saturday.For a guy who grew up in Bosnia, Nedim Pajevic was reminded how much he had acclimated to Newport Beach when he first experienced a Utah winter. "Yeah, it's a big difference, climate-wise," Pajevic said, laughing. "I'm used to the beach now. [When I'm in Newport Beach,] I live a mile from the beach. Coming out here with all this cold is tough." Even so, the former Newport Harbor High standout hasn't done too badly for himself at Weber State.
NEWS
February 9, 2004
Kathleen Etuale led the Newport-Mesa Wildcats with 25 points while Kelly Heenan added eight points for a 42-32 victory over the Globetrotters in girls fifth- and sixth-grade National Junior Basketball action. Kassie Stratton led the Globetrotters with 12 points followed by eight from Duran Sharp. In other games: Shock 40, Mavericks 24: Kadee Malone led the Shock with 16 points while Ellie Nadal poured in 10 to go with 10 assists. Emily Brown led the Mavericks with eight points while Catherine Sullivan added six. Lakers 36, Pirates 12: LiAnne Sarisuk powered the Lakers with 12 points to go with six points by Samantha Archie.
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | May 31, 2013
COSTA MESA - The Arizona Wildcats, little baseball players ranging from ages 6-8, didn't appear to be nervous during their meaningful game Thursday at TeWinkle Intermediate. The Wildcats were one of a handful of Costa Mesa National Little League teams playing with a lot on the line at the school. The Wildcats needed to win in the CMNLL Farm Division double-elimination tournament to force a final. And win they did. They played one of their better games of the season to upend the USC Trojans, 22-4.
NEWS
February 25, 2002
UC Irvine's baseball team fell to host Arizona, 13-9, to cap a three-game nonconference series Sunday. The Wildcats (14-4) scored four runs in the eighth to break a 9-9 tie Arizona's Marc Kaiser went 5 for 5 with two RBIs. Chris Cunningham and Justyn St. Clair each drove in four runs. Starter Chris Goodman pitched five innings, struck out three and gave up four runs on five hits to earn his first win of the season. UCI (8-8) was led offensively by Matt Anderson (3 for 5, two RBIs)
FEATURES
By Jason Kornfeld | February 17, 2008
BREA — Before the Corona del Mar High girls’ soccer team could worry about defeating Brea Olinda, they had to warm up on a field that just wasn’t all that desirable. And, before the Sea Kings could be in full force, the girls that participated in the school’s youth and government trip had to return and be ready to play. Then, the girls would have to overcome an emotionally draining, physically exhausting, 80-minute match of CIF Southern Section Division II playoff soccer.
NEWS
October 24, 2002
A balanced attack in the air and the ground and a stifling defense contributed to the Newport-Mesa Jr. Midget Seahawks blanking the Long Beach Poly Wildcats, 34-0. Newport's defense contributed to the scoring after defensive end Brett Houten stripped the ball loose from a Long Beach player and the Seahawks ran the ball in for the touchdown. The blitzing defense was led by Chas Vickery III, Will Brown, Steven Dean, Brice Stillman and Matt Lutton.
NEWS
January 23, 2004
Kelly Heenan scored 20 points while Kathleen Etuale added 10 to pace the Wildcats to a 43-14 victory over the Pirates in recent Newport-Mesa National Junior Basketball girls fifth-and sixth-grade action. In other games: Lakers 43, Mavericks 24: Lindsey Anderson scored 21 points for the Lakers while LiAnne Sarisuk added 12. Samantha Archie tallied in six points. Emily Rosales led the Mavericks with 10 points. Shock 37, Globetrotters 16: Kadee Malone led the Shock with 12 points while Saylor Schroff added eight.
SPORTS
September 5, 2006
IRVINE — The UC Irvine men's soccer team was handed its first defeat of the season Monday, as visiting Northwestern earned a 2-1 victory in the final game of the UC Irvine College Classic at Anteater Stadium. Senior preseason All-American Brad Evans put the Anteaters (2-1) on top with his first goal of the season in the ninth minute, with assists from senior Anthony Hamilton and junior Shane Westbrook. Northwestern (3-1) tied the score in the 61st minute, then got the game-winning goal in the 83rd minute.
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | November 30, 2009
The electronic scoreboard at Redlands East Valley High will only display part of the score visiting Corona del Mar is trying to settle in the Southern California Regional Division II final of the CIF State girls’ volleyball playoffs. For this match, which begins at 7 p.m., is yet another rematch in a recent string of meetings between the two Southern Section powers, the latest being a four-game win for REV in the Southern Section Division II-AA final Nov. 21. The top-seeded Wildcats (36-3)
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