took two of three singles sets each. The doubles teams of Erica
Spivack and Grace Graham and Alle Hsu and Jaclyn Smrecek also took
two of three sets apiece.
Against Aquinas, Adams, Langer and Sarah Geocaris all took two of
three sets, as did the doubles teams of Connor Carreras and Hsu,
Smrecek and Graham and Spivack and Carissa Cummings.
All-tournament selections for Sage Hill include Adams, Geocaris,
Langer, Hsu and Spivack.
OCC repeats feat
* VOLLEYBALL: The No. 1-seed Orange Coast College women's
volleyball team won the Santa Ana College tournament for the second
consecutive season Saturday. The Pirates defeated Cerritos College in
the quarterfinals of the tournament playoffs, 30-20, before taking
down Citrus College, 30-22, in the semifinals. In the championship
match, Orange Coast defeated Cypress 30-17.
Orange Coast College's Kiwi Winkler was named the MVP of the
tournament. Ashlee Moon, Brittney Ray and Caitlin Parker were other
standout players in the tournament.
Sailors down Coronado
* WATER POLO: The Newport Harbor boys water polo team defeated
visiting Coronado High 14-8 Saturday in a nonleague game between two
powerhouses. Brett Auer led the way with five goals, Clay Jorth
tallied three goals and Blake Hockenbury and Clint Jorth added two
goals each. Bryce McLain made 10 saves for Newport Harbor, which
moves to 2-0 this season.
Blue takes sixth
* CROSS COUNTRY: Newport Harbor senior Whitney Blue finished sixth
overall in 17:13 Saturday night in the girls sweepstakes at the
Woodbridge invitational. Taylor Bryson (18:46), Melissa Mead (18:50),
Desiree Alexander (19:05), Lauren Maddox (19:46) and Erica Pearson
(20:12) also contributed for the Sailors, who placed ninth overall.
For the Newport boys, Kenny Rakestraw led the way for the Newport
Harbor High boys cross country team, taking seventh place in the
senior race at the Woodbridge Invitational with a time of 15:37
Saturday night. Mike Madison followed with an 82nd-place time of
In the junior race, the Sailors' Michael Jugan took 46th with a
time of 17:14. In the sophomore race, Murphy Hitchcock took 17th at