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October 29, 2010
When/where: Tonight, 7 at Newport Harbor High Key Sea Kings: Sr. RB Clay Reinhardt (701 yards, eight TDs rushing; 178 yards, two TDs receiving); Sr. QB Mitch Gardner (866 yards, 13 TDs passing); Sr. ILB David Detrick (56 tackles); Jr. OLB Frazier Anderson (48 tackles); Sr. ILB Preston Risser (47 tackles). Key Warriors: Sr. TB Jalen Craver (1,075 yards rushing, 11 TDs rushing and receiving); Sr. QB Max Neser (1,135 yards, 14 TDs passing, 590 yards, 11 TDs rushing)
SPORTS
April 27, 2012
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Woodbridge CORONA DEL MAR - Junior opposite James Christian finished with eight kills as the Sea Kings got closer to repeating as undefeated Pacific Coast League champions with a 25-10, 25-11, 25-14 victory Friday. Joey Martino added five kills for CdM (20-6, 9-0 in league), ranked No. 2 in the CIF Southern Section Division 2 poll. The Sea Kings close out league play at home against University at 5:15 p.m. * BASEBALL Corona del Mar 9, Irvine 0 CORONA DEL MAR - Senior Billy Macdonald threw a shutout in the Sea Kings' Pacific Coast League game Friday.
SPORTS
October 17, 2013
Corona del Mar (6-0, 1-0) vs. Woodbridge (4-2, 1-0) When/where: Friday at University High, 7 p.m. Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (917 yards, 11 TDs passing); Jr. RB Cole Martin (752 yards, nine TDs rushing); Jr. LB Hoyt Crance (40 tackles). Key Warriors: Sr. RB-WR Austin DeFreitas (259 yards, five TDs rushing; 163 yards, four TDs receiving); Sr. QB Ryan Goodman (660 yards, seven TDs passing, four INTs); Sr. LB Philip Hong (84 tackles); Jr. LB Scott Patton (67 tackles)
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May 6, 2000
IRVINE - Newport Harbor High's softball lost to Woodbridge, 7-0, in Sea View League action Friday, but a scary injury to freshman pitcher Stephanie Ciralli made the loss irrevelant. Ciralli was hit in the face with a line-shot off the bat of a Woodbridge hitter. She was taken to Hoag Memorial Hospital for x-rays. Her status was not made available. SEA VIEW LEAGUE Woodbridge 7, Newport Harbor 0 Newport Harbor 000 000 0 - 0 3 1 Woodbridge 041 200 x - 7 12 1 Ciralli, Gallardo (4)
NEWS
October 8, 1999
IRVINE - Newport Harbor High's girls golf team continued its unbeaten ways Thursday afternoon, this time handling Sea View League rival Woodbridge on its own turf, the Rancho San Joaquin Golf Club, taking the hosts by eight strokes to improve to 8-0 overall, 4-0 in league. Sophomore Shelly Roberts stepped up and recorded a 42 on the par-36 course off the men's tees to distinguish herself as medalist, and the key to the victory. Harbor's Kelly Hunt and Channing Lovejoy of Woodbridge were a notch back with 45s, and Lindsday Galbraith of Harbor closed it out with a solid 47. Woodbridge falls to 8-2, 3-1.
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January 25, 2006
IRVINE -- Newport Harbor's wrestling team scored a significant victory Tuesday, defeating Woodbridge, 39-29, in a tri-meet at Woodbridge -- their first victory over the Warriors in six seasons. In the other dual-meet involving Newport Harbor, Irvine defeated the Tars, 48-22. Zane O'Bourke (103 pounds), Victor George (119) and Brian Beaudette (275) went undefeated, winning both of their matches. Against Woodbridge, Josh George (130) pinned his opponent in 20 seconds. David Rosales (189)
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October 10, 2001
Newport Harbor High's girls tennis team squeaked past visiting Woodbridge in Sea View League competition Tuesday to remain unbeaten in league play, edging the Warriors on games, 75-69, after the two teams played to a 9-9 standoff. In the final match of the day the Sailors' duo of Krista McIntosh and Kelly Nelson rallied from a 4-5 deficit to post a 7-5 decision to pull Newport into the 9-9 tie, and with the help of Natalie Braverman's 6-1 victory over Elizabeth Exon in No. 1 singles, as well as a couple of 6-0 victories against the Warriors' other two singles players, the Sailors had all the cushion they needed for the difference in games.
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By Matt Szabo | February 18, 2014
Costa Mesa High girls' water polo coach Tim Postiff and senior Devon Christensen both used the word "youth" after the game. The Mustangs' youth provides hope for the future, but it also was their undoing Tuesday evening in a CIF Southern Section Division 1 wild-card game. Visiting Woodbridge jumped out to an early lead and posted a 16-4 victory at Costa Mesa High, ending Costa Mesa's season. Sophomore Shawna Kedzie paced the Warriors (13-10) with five goals, all in the first half.
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SPORTS
February 11, 2014
BOYS' SOCCER Corona del Mar 2, Northwood 0 IRVINE — Kyle Martin and Max Premer each recorded goals on Monday, helping the visiting Sea Kings clinch the Pacific Coast League title. John O'Connor and Liam Stimpson assisted on the goals. Goalkeeper Tommy Casey finished with four saves and midfielder Andrew Francini played well for CdM (13-3-4, 7-0-2 in league). The Sea Kings wrap up league play against Beckman on Wednesday at Tustin High at 7 p.m. — GIRLS' BASKETBALL Estancia 53, Godinez 33 SANTA ANA — Senior guard Celia Duran had 26 points, six assists and five steals as the Eagles clinched a share of their second straight Orange Coast League title Monday on the road.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 4, 2014
Just the other day in practice, a teammate hit Kevin Fults in the nose, cutting him. The wound didn't heal up in time for the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball game on Tuesday. Fults, with a scab near the bridge of his nose, split open the original cut with 6 minutes left against Woodbridge. The referees didn't see the blood dripping down the right side of Fults' nose, so CdM Coach Ryan Schachter yelled at them, catching their attention. The referees stopped the Pacific Coast League game and Fults went to the bench.
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February 4, 2014
GIRLS' SOCCER Corona del Mar 1, Woodbridge 0 Birkley Sigband scored in the 60th minute for the Sea Kings in the Pacific Coast League match Tuesday at Jim Scott Stadium, giving Coach Bryan Middleton his 150th win with the program. Chloe Rice provided the assist. Goalie Kendall Mulvaney made two saves for CdM (8-5-4, 4-2-1 in league). Middleton, in his 12th season with the Sea Kings, is 150-83-38. He is 73-29-13 in league. CdM plays host to University at CdM Thursday at 3:15 p.m. — Estancia 2, Costa Mesa 0 Haley Flores and Emily Rodriguez scored to help the Eagles remain in a first-place tie with Laguna Beach Tuesday at Jim Scott Stadium.
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January 30, 2014
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Estancia 51, Laguna Beach 37 Senior guard Celia Duran scored 14 points for the Eagles in Thursday night's battle for first place in the Orange Coast League at home. Senior guard Stephanie Garcia added a season-high 10 points for Estancia (17-3, 5-1 in league), including a four-point play. Sophomore Maya Van Den Heever scored eight points. "Defensively, we played well," Estancia Co-Coach Xavier Castellano said. "The girls were ready to play ... we've kind of woken up the last couple of games.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | January 25, 2014
On Friday nights, after the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team plays, the coaching staff gathers at a local sports bar. The coaches have been meeting there for four seasons. Mike Flamson, one of the assistants, owns the place, and it so happens to be "The Place" is the name of the establishment. The Place is where Coach Ryan Schachter said he and his assistants talk about the team in the after hours. "That's all we do," Schachter said with a laugh. "[We] talk a lot of smack on all the players.
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By Matt Szabo | January 23, 2014
A physical game seems to be par for the course when the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team meets up with Northwood. Thursday afternoon's key Pacific Coast League match was no exception. Both teams struggled to put together good scoring opportunities on CdM's rough and tumble pitch, and perhaps took it out on the opponent. There were four yellow cards issued in the match, two to each team. In the end, the visiting Timberwolves were all right with the ensuing scoreless draw.
SPORTS
January 14, 2014
BOYS' BASKETBALL Corona del Mar 64, Woodbridge 63 IRVINE — Senior guard Blake Flamson finished with 22 points and Bo St. Geme hit two clutch free throws down the stretch on Tuesday, helping the Sea Kings improve to 2-0 in Pacific Coast League play. Corona del Mar, which is 12-4 overall and ranked No. 4 in the CIF Southern Section Division 3AA poll, plays at University on Friday at 7 p.m. St. Geme, Kevin Fults and Jeff Johnston had nine points apiece. — Sage Hill 43, Whitney 39 Krishan Tarsadia and Eric Zheng scored 11 points each for the Lightning in the Academy League game Tuesday.
SPORTS
November 29, 2013
Corona del Mar (12-0) vs. Westminster (8-4) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Westminster High Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (2,152 yards passing, 20 TDs, eight INTs); Jr. RB Cole Martin (219 carries for 1,438 yards and 19 TDs); Jr. DE Parker Chase (67 tackles, team-best 9.5 quarterback sacks). Key Lions: Sr. QB Daniel Thomsen (1,105 yards passing, seven TDs, nine INTs; 1,547 yards rushing and 22 TDs); Jr. RB Humberto Maciel (1,364 yards rushing, 16 TDs)
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