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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | July 27, 2011
The Ocean View Little League Majors All-Star team followed its gameplan to near perfection Monday. In a Southern California Sub-Division tournament game at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley, Ocean View worked though six innings as if it were involved in a chess match , pitting wits and strategies against Canyon Springs. The local 12-year-old All-Stars took the upper hand in the tournament by scoring a 5-1 victory that left Ocean View as the lone undefeated team in the five-team, double-elimination event.
NEWS
December 5, 2002
The Tournament of Champions annually displays some of the top Southern California prep boys' basketball teams, and the 2002 edition of the 18-team tournament will be no exception. The event will begin Monday at Ocean View High and will run through Dec. 14, with consolation and championship bracket finals. "This tournament has featured some really outstanding teams in the past, and we have yet another strong tournament this year," Ocean View co-coach Jim Harris said.
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February 19, 2009
The final regular-season rankings for winter sports were released Monday by the CIF Southern Section office in Los Alamitos. Below are the rankings that involve local teams. GIRLS? BASKETBALL Division I-A: 1. Colony; 2. Santa Monica; 3. Canyon Springs; 4. Ayala; 5. Ventura; 6. Great Oak; 7. Mission Viejo; 8. Rancho Cucamonga; 9. Marina; 10. Chino Hills; 11. Poly/Riverside; 12. Murrieta Valley ; 13. JW North; 14. Chaparral; 15. Crescenta Valley; 16. Walnut.
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By Matt Szabo | February 18, 2010
Marina High senior Brendan Holmes has broken the Vikings’ career scoring record for boys’ basketball with his career total of 2,015 points. The Dominican University-bound Holmes moved past former record holder Cherokee Parks, who starred at Duke and also played in the NBA. Parks had 1,997 points. Holmes also has 403 career three-pointers, which moved him past Casey Jacobsen (Stanford and NBA) and into second place all-time in the CIF Southern Section record books.
NEWS
December 6, 2001
The Tournament of Champions, one of Orange County's premiere boys' basketball tournaments, will run from Dec. 10-15 and is hosted by Ocean View High. Sixteen teams will vie for the 2001 title, including host Ocean View and Fountain Valley. Four consolation bracket tournament games will be held at Mater Dei High in Santa Ana. The tournament championship is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 15. Below are the first round matchups, with day and time included.
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January 31, 2008
Longboard C rew holds Pier Paddle Race The Huntington Beach Longboard Crew will stage its 22nd annual Pier Paddle Race at 8 a.m. Sunday. Interested participants can sign up for the event beginning at 7:30 a.m. Sunday at the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier at the shoreline. The Paddle Race is free to dues-paying members of the crew but a $5 donation is recommended for entrants who aren?t members. Awards will be given to competitors who finish between first- and sixth- place.
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March 27, 2008
Huntington Beach High?s Nick Becker and Ocean View?s Brandon Ishimoto have been named to the 2008 boys? All-Division basketball teams. The All-Divisions teams were formerly known as the All-CIF teams. During the course of the 2007-08 season, Becker, a senior, became Huntington?s all-time scoring leader. He was named to the All-Division 1A second team. Ishimoto, also a senior, made the All-Division 2A first team. All-Division 1A Team MVP Eric Wise, Sr., ML King Coach of the Year Tim Sweeney, ML King First Team Andre Murillo, Sr., El Toro Dominic Tiger-Cortes, Sr., Glendora Erick Ellis, Sr., Etiwanda Danny Redmon, Sr., Upland Nick Bennett, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga Malcolm Lee, Sr., JW North Kawhi Leonard, Jr., ML King Cory Harkey, Sr., Chino Hills Corbin Moore, Sr., Los Alamitos Jerime Anderson, Sr., Canyon/Anaheim Second Team Edward Willis, Sr., Santa Monica Nick Becker, Sr., Huntington Beach Kyle Caldwell, Sr., Newport Harbor Kyle Fogg, Sr., Brea Olinda Kevin Bradshaw, Sr., Upland Reese Morgan, Fr., Peninsula Adam Karaczynski, Sr., Mira Costa Rome Draper, Jr., Etiwanda Kendall Williams, Soph.
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By Matt Szabo | March 12, 2009
Anthony Duarte lost in the quarterfinals Saturday at the CIF State wrestling meet, dropping him to the consolation bracket. But as he has done all season, the Fountain Valley High senior battled back. He won three straight consolation matches to eventually place fourth in state, and with it become Fountain Valley?s first state placer since Trent Kenney in 1985. ?It was great,? Barons Coach Brad Woodbury said. ?He wrestled really good. He lost to the same kid twice, but he beat up everyone else.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
The Ocean View High boys' basketball team has reached the final four of the CIF-Southern Section Division III-A playoffs. The No. 2-seeded Seahawks earned a Friday home semifinal date with Harvard Westlake by routing visiting Bishop Amat, 68-44, in a quarterfinal game played Tuesday. Greg Okwudibonye had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds and Matt Sargeant's 20 points led all scorers. Marina's bid to advance in the Division I-A tournament was halted Tuesday by host Capistrano Valley, 54-50.
NEWS
January 29, 2004
Mike Sciacca The best word to describe the year for the Marina High girls' basketball team is "growth." Call them baby steps, if you will, as the Vikings have survived an extremely challenging schedule with a thoroughly young squad. "People have said that we are rebuilding and I don't like that term," head coach Butch Fredlow said. "When you rebuild, it means you had to tear down. "I believe that we are growing and every day, I see growth with my team and, in return, they have helped me to grow into a better person and coach.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | July 27, 2011
The Ocean View Little League Majors All-Star team followed its gameplan to near perfection Monday. In a Southern California Sub-Division tournament game at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley, Ocean View worked though six innings as if it were involved in a chess match , pitting wits and strategies against Canyon Springs. The local 12-year-old All-Stars took the upper hand in the tournament by scoring a 5-1 victory that left Ocean View as the lone undefeated team in the five-team, double-elimination event.
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By Matt Szabo | February 18, 2010
Marina High senior Brendan Holmes has broken the Vikings’ career scoring record for boys’ basketball with his career total of 2,015 points. The Dominican University-bound Holmes moved past former record holder Cherokee Parks, who starred at Duke and also played in the NBA. Parks had 1,997 points. Holmes also has 403 career three-pointers, which moved him past Casey Jacobsen (Stanford and NBA) and into second place all-time in the CIF Southern Section record books.
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By Matt Szabo | March 12, 2009
Anthony Duarte lost in the quarterfinals Saturday at the CIF State wrestling meet, dropping him to the consolation bracket. But as he has done all season, the Fountain Valley High senior battled back. He won three straight consolation matches to eventually place fourth in state, and with it become Fountain Valley?s first state placer since Trent Kenney in 1985. ?It was great,? Barons Coach Brad Woodbury said. ?He wrestled really good. He lost to the same kid twice, but he beat up everyone else.
SPORTS
February 19, 2009
The final regular-season rankings for winter sports were released Monday by the CIF Southern Section office in Los Alamitos. Below are the rankings that involve local teams. GIRLS? BASKETBALL Division I-A: 1. Colony; 2. Santa Monica; 3. Canyon Springs; 4. Ayala; 5. Ventura; 6. Great Oak; 7. Mission Viejo; 8. Rancho Cucamonga; 9. Marina; 10. Chino Hills; 11. Poly/Riverside; 12. Murrieta Valley ; 13. JW North; 14. Chaparral; 15. Crescenta Valley; 16. Walnut.
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March 27, 2008
Huntington Beach High?s Nick Becker and Ocean View?s Brandon Ishimoto have been named to the 2008 boys? All-Division basketball teams. The All-Divisions teams were formerly known as the All-CIF teams. During the course of the 2007-08 season, Becker, a senior, became Huntington?s all-time scoring leader. He was named to the All-Division 1A second team. Ishimoto, also a senior, made the All-Division 2A first team. All-Division 1A Team MVP Eric Wise, Sr., ML King Coach of the Year Tim Sweeney, ML King First Team Andre Murillo, Sr., El Toro Dominic Tiger-Cortes, Sr., Glendora Erick Ellis, Sr., Etiwanda Danny Redmon, Sr., Upland Nick Bennett, Sr., Rancho Cucamonga Malcolm Lee, Sr., JW North Kawhi Leonard, Jr., ML King Cory Harkey, Sr., Chino Hills Corbin Moore, Sr., Los Alamitos Jerime Anderson, Sr., Canyon/Anaheim Second Team Edward Willis, Sr., Santa Monica Nick Becker, Sr., Huntington Beach Kyle Caldwell, Sr., Newport Harbor Kyle Fogg, Sr., Brea Olinda Kevin Bradshaw, Sr., Upland Reese Morgan, Fr., Peninsula Adam Karaczynski, Sr., Mira Costa Rome Draper, Jr., Etiwanda Kendall Williams, Soph.
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January 31, 2008
Longboard C rew holds Pier Paddle Race The Huntington Beach Longboard Crew will stage its 22nd annual Pier Paddle Race at 8 a.m. Sunday. Interested participants can sign up for the event beginning at 7:30 a.m. Sunday at the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier at the shoreline. The Paddle Race is free to dues-paying members of the crew but a $5 donation is recommended for entrants who aren?t members. Awards will be given to competitors who finish between first- and sixth- place.
NEWS
January 29, 2004
Mike Sciacca The best word to describe the year for the Marina High girls' basketball team is "growth." Call them baby steps, if you will, as the Vikings have survived an extremely challenging schedule with a thoroughly young squad. "People have said that we are rebuilding and I don't like that term," head coach Butch Fredlow said. "When you rebuild, it means you had to tear down. "I believe that we are growing and every day, I see growth with my team and, in return, they have helped me to grow into a better person and coach.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
The Ocean View High boys' basketball team has reached the final four of the CIF-Southern Section Division III-A playoffs. The No. 2-seeded Seahawks earned a Friday home semifinal date with Harvard Westlake by routing visiting Bishop Amat, 68-44, in a quarterfinal game played Tuesday. Greg Okwudibonye had a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds and Matt Sargeant's 20 points led all scorers. Marina's bid to advance in the Division I-A tournament was halted Tuesday by host Capistrano Valley, 54-50.
NEWS
December 5, 2002
The Tournament of Champions annually displays some of the top Southern California prep boys' basketball teams, and the 2002 edition of the 18-team tournament will be no exception. The event will begin Monday at Ocean View High and will run through Dec. 14, with consolation and championship bracket finals. "This tournament has featured some really outstanding teams in the past, and we have yet another strong tournament this year," Ocean View co-coach Jim Harris said.
NEWS
December 6, 2001
The Tournament of Champions, one of Orange County's premiere boys' basketball tournaments, will run from Dec. 10-15 and is hosted by Ocean View High. Sixteen teams will vie for the 2001 title, including host Ocean View and Fountain Valley. Four consolation bracket tournament games will be held at Mater Dei High in Santa Ana. The tournament championship is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. on Dec. 15. Below are the first round matchups, with day and time included.
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