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December 23, 2004
The girls' basketball programs at Edison and Marina highs will co-host the 2004 edition of the Larry Doyle Orange County Championships, which opens Monday. The 12-team tournament features pool play -- three schools make up four pools -- and runs through Dec. 31. The pools are made up of the following teams: Pool A: Edison, Aliso Niguel, Capistrano Valley; Pool B: Hart, El Dorado, Kennedy; Pool C: Marina, San Clemente, Cerritos; Pool D: Santa Margarita, Woodbridge, Pacifica.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 14, 2006
The 2006 Ocean View Girls' Varsity Christmas Classic basketball tournament gets underway Monday with first-round action at the Ocean View High gymnasium. Sixteen teams will compete in pool play leading up to Saturday's consolation and championship rounds of play. The title game is 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 23. The schools competing are host Ocean View, University, Troy, Pacifica, Western, Fountain Valley, Laguna Beach, Aliso Niguel, Duarte, Capistrano Valley, Santa Margarita, Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, El Toro, Dana Hills and Northwood.
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November 16, 2000
Long Beach Poly (10-0) 20 Vista (SD) 14 24 Banning 0 62 Santa Barbara 0 40 Fontana 18 21 Dominguez 3 47 Lakewood 0 48 Long Beach Wilson 7 35 Long Beach Jordan 0 48 Long Beach Millikan 0 45 Compton 0 ( Denotes Moore League game) Irvine (10-0) 41 University 17 30 Saddleback 8 55 Orange Lutheran 14 65 Los Amigos 6 24 Loara 0 19 Newport Harbor 14 28 Aliso Niguel 7 28 L.A. Fairfax 0 42 Laguna Hills 7 48 Woodbridge 13 ( Denotes Seaview League game)
NEWS
February 5, 2004
These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. Laura A. Jolly, 21, Newport Beach Jason A. Knotts, 22, Placentia Tasha A. Nasserara, 22, Huntington Beach Thomas H. Hodgson, 20, Fountain Valley Kacy C. Elliott, 27, Huntington Beach Joel F. Ramirez, 22, Huntington Beach Joi M. Tocco, 28, Huntington Beach Alexander L. Ma, 25, Santa Ana Edward J. LeBeau, 35, Huntington Beach Ramon C. Ariega, 23, Huntington Beach Tracy A. Briard, 38, Huntington Beach Chad R. Thompson, 24, Huntington Beach Jeffrey S. Posthumus, 41, Huntington Beach Mario T. Cortez, 34, Huntington Beach Pamela F. Alderson, 45, Chino Hills Brandon M. Prochelo, 18, Huntington Beach Edgardo M. Puente, 31, Aliso Niguel Miguel A. Lopez, 20, Norwalk Craig A. Hernandez, 42, Huntington Beach Christina J. Corona, 24, Westminster Mario H. Garcia, 36, Westminster
NEWS
March 2, 2000
The Fountain Valley Red Storm headed into its first round game of the National Junior Basketball Championship Series Sunday without the services of two of its players, and its unbeaten record appeared in jeopardy against the unbeaten Long Beach Pacers. But the Pacers didn't stand a chance, however, as the Red Storm's Samer Haddad took over, scoring a career-best 39 points to lead the way in a 58-34 Fountain Valley victory in a Division 2 game. Fountain Valley also received six points from Shane Webber and five points from Eric Ferraro and in addition to Haddad's scoring, another key to the Red Storm's success against the Pacers was their stingy defense.
NEWS
June 3, 2004
Pop Warner Football signups on Saturday Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football will hold its final signup session for players and cheerleaders for its 2004 season on Sunday from noon to 4:00 p.m. at Edison High. The school is located at 21400 Magnolia Ave. The program is open to children ages 5 to 15. Pop Warner has no tryouts and everybody plays. Discounts are available at the signup session. For more information, call (714) 964-7812, or log on to www.hbpopwarner.
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September 22, 2010
Edison (3-0) 59…Artesia…0 48…LB Wilson…7 27…Dana Hills…21 Friday: vs. Servite (at Cerritos College, 7:30 p.m.) Fountain Valley (1-2) 23…Faith Lutheran (Nevada)…26 24…San Clemente…59 21…Temescal Canyon…14 Friday: vs. Long Beach Millikan (at Huntington Beach High, 7 p.m.) Huntington Beach (1-1)
NEWS
March 3, 2000
The Ss. Simon & Jude girls A 7th-8th grade basketball team captured the Diocese of Orange Large School Basketball championship Thursday by defeating Holy Family School of Orange, 29-26, in the tournament final. The Rebels spotted Holy Family a 2-0 lead but never trailed after that. They rolled out to a 22-7 halftime lead, with Jennifer Rogers hitting 7 of 7 from the free throw line and both Kimberly King and Aubrey Bowermaster controlling the boards during the opening half.
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By Matt Szabo | March 11, 2010
Local baseball teams opened the season last week at various tournaments, including the Loara Tournament and the Newport-Elks Tournament. Last year’s Division I finalist, Edison, is playing in the Loara Tournament. The Chargers opened their season ranked No. 1 in Southern California by the Los Angeles Times, No. 1 in the state by CalHiSports and No. 1 in the country by MaxPreps. They won their tournament opener over Aliso Niguel on Friday night, 8-2, behind a 14-strikeout performance from junior lefty Henry Owens.
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By Mike Sciaccca | December 19, 2012
Eighteen CIF Southern Section boys' soccer teams will be in Huntington Beach next week to compete at the 26th annual Marina Holiday Classic. Host Marina, Huntington Beach, Ocean View and Fountain Valley, are the local schools entered in the tournament. Opening pool-play games begin at 7:30 a.m. on Dec. 27. The 18 teams will be divided into five pools of three teams each. Marina entered the week 6-1-1 overall and finished in second place Dec. 13 at the Aliso Cup. Senior Dakoda Muta leads the Vikings in scoring with seven goals.
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April 13, 2011
Seven locals selected for All-Star contests Seven local basketball players will take the court Saturday at Concordia University in Irvine for the 46th Orange County All-Star Basketball Games. The annual event pits senior players from north and south county schools in three games: boys', girls' and small schools. The small schools game is at noon, the girls' contest is at 5 p.m. and the boys' game follows at 7 p.m. The seven, all playing for their respective south squads, are: Daniel Healy and Riley Thomas of Brethren Christian, Christina Marquette and Dylan Garrity of Edison, Sasha Mancisidor of Huntington Beach, Alyssa Kinoshita of Marina and Billy Keller of Ocean View.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | December 1, 2010
The 2010-11 girls' prep basketball season is underway this week. Marina got its season off to a promising start Tuesday by defeating Schurr, 52-46, in nonleague play. Below is a capsule look at the local teams: Edison Chargers Head Coach: Dan Wiley (3rd year) League: Sunset 2009-10 record: 24-6 (10-0 league, champions) Returning players: Bonnie Samuelson (Wing, 6-3, Sr.); Christina Marquette (Wing, 5-8, Sr.); Jamie Taylor (G, 5-6, Sr.)
SPORTS
September 22, 2010
Edison (3-0) 59…Artesia…0 48…LB Wilson…7 27…Dana Hills…21 Friday: vs. Servite (at Cerritos College, 7:30 p.m.) Fountain Valley (1-2) 23…Faith Lutheran (Nevada)…26 24…San Clemente…59 21…Temescal Canyon…14 Friday: vs. Long Beach Millikan (at Huntington Beach High, 7 p.m.) Huntington Beach (1-1)
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By Matt Szabo | March 11, 2010
Local baseball teams opened the season last week at various tournaments, including the Loara Tournament and the Newport-Elks Tournament. Last year’s Division I finalist, Edison, is playing in the Loara Tournament. The Chargers opened their season ranked No. 1 in Southern California by the Los Angeles Times, No. 1 in the state by CalHiSports and No. 1 in the country by MaxPreps. They won their tournament opener over Aliso Niguel on Friday night, 8-2, behind a 14-strikeout performance from junior lefty Henry Owens.
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By Matt Szabo | March 6, 2010
ANAHEIM — Now that’s how you make a first impression. In the first game for his new team, junior shortstop Christian Lopes could have been nervous Friday night, as the Edison High baseball team opened its season at the Loara Tournament against Aliso Niguel. If he was, it certainly didn’t show. Lopes had a three-run home run and six RBIs as the Chargers won, 10-2, at Glover Stadium. Edison is scheduled to play at Sonora in the second round of the tournament at 2 p.m. today, weather permitting.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 14, 2006
The 2006 Ocean View Girls' Varsity Christmas Classic basketball tournament gets underway Monday with first-round action at the Ocean View High gymnasium. Sixteen teams will compete in pool play leading up to Saturday's consolation and championship rounds of play. The title game is 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 23. The schools competing are host Ocean View, University, Troy, Pacifica, Western, Fountain Valley, Laguna Beach, Aliso Niguel, Duarte, Capistrano Valley, Santa Margarita, Costa Mesa, Corona del Mar, El Toro, Dana Hills and Northwood.
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December 22, 2005
Top girls' high school teams tip off at local holiday event.Girls' prep basketball holiday action will take place at two local schools beginning Tuesday with the tipoff of the 2005 Larry Doyle Orange County Championships. The tournament, featuring 16 teams, is hosted by Edison and Marina high schools. The first two days of action, Dec. 27 and Dec. 28, will be played at Edison. The tournament, named after the late Marina athletic director, shifts to Marina for games on Dec. 29 and Dec. 30. The championship game is set for 8 p.m. Dec. 30. Thirteen of the participating teams are from Orange County: Edison, Marina, Capistrano Valley, Aliso Niguel, El Modena, Esperanza, Rosary, San Clemente, Santa Margarita, Pacifica, Magnolia and Valencia of Placentia.
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By: Dave Thorpe | October 6, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team continued its winning ways since returning from Chicago, defeating Foothill, 25-17, 25-22, 25-19, Wednesday in a Sea View League match at Newport Harbor High. Not that Sailor Coach Dan Glenn is happy with the way the team has played in their first two league games this week. "Right now we just have to focus on getting better," Glenn said. "We really haven't produced since Chicago. I thought we played some of our best volleyball in Chicago.
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