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By: | September 23, 2005
The Laguna Beach water polo boys' 14-and-under team opened its new season Sunday with a 13-3 victory over visiting Chino Hills. Laguna led from the start as Robert Chew scored three goals, Spencer Dodson scored twice and Nolan McConnell had a goal in the first period of play. Goalie Peter Weidner, a newcomer to the team, got off to a strong shot with a block of a four-meter attempt in the opening quarter. Dodson, Chew, Cole Kennedy and Nicky Brunner scored in the second frame, and the defense of Robbie Quellmalz, Zach Riegler, Derek Kott, Tommy Renner and new players Brent Donenfeld, Trevor Bass and Casey Connors held Chino Hills to a single first-half goal.
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By Matt SzaboIndependent | June 3, 2009
Huntington Beach High baseball coach Benji Medure said Tuesday night that he feels like his team can play with anybody. It makes sense. In the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, the Oilers have not only beaten some tough opponents, but they’ve now done what no other team at Huntington Beach High has ever done in 105 years of baseball: advance to the CIF finals.  Huntington Beach edged Chino Hills, 9-8, on the road Tuesday to advance to the Division II championship game against Crespi, on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
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By Matt Szabo | June 4, 2009
Huntington Beach High baseball coach Benji Medure said Tuesday night that he feels like his team can play with anybody. It makes sense. In the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, the Oilers have not only beaten some tough opponents, but they’ve now done what no other team at Huntington Beach High has ever done in 105 years of baseball: advance to the CIF finals. Huntington Beach edged Chino Hills, 9-8, on the road Tuesday to advance to the Division II championship game against Crespi, at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
SPORTS
February 16, 2006
FRIDAY Boys' CIF Soccer (3 p.m.) Cabrillo/Long Beach at Edison Huntington at Mission Viejo Girls' CIF Water Polo (3:15 p.m.) Edison at El Toro Huntington at Montebello Boys' CIF Basketball (7:30 p.m.) Chino Hills at Edison Lompoc at Ocean View SATURDAY Girls' CIF Soccer (3 p.m.) Edison at Mira Costa Ocean View at Fullerton Girls' CIF Basketball (7:30 p.m.) Chino Hills at Huntington Saddleback/Mission Viejo winner vs. Marina (at Edison High)
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By Matt Szabo | August 6, 2009
They never gave up, going from battling local teams from Orange County to teams from Washington and Hawaii. And, although they didn?t quite make it to the World Series, players from the Fountain Valley Pony baseball Mustang division All-Stars fought until the end. Fountain Valley?s season ended Saturday at the Mustang (9 and 10-year-old) Zone tournament. There, they were edged by Corona, 5-4, in extra innings in the first game of the day at the Chino Hills fields. Then, Fountain Valley was bounced out of the tournament by host Chino Hills, 1-0, the lone run scoring on a passed ball.
LOCAL
April 17, 2008
EDITOR?S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Samantha A. Wright, 36, Rancho Santa Margarita Elizabeth Langlois, 63, Costa Mesa Megan K. Wong, 19, Diamond Bar Javier S. Rodriguez, 27, Westminster Kevin G. Adams, 36, Huntington Beach Brian Dopler, 25, Huntington Beach Craig C. Bechtloff, 36, Huntington Beach Andrew H. Robbins, 27, Seal Beach James H. Scarborough, 51, Long Beach Danny J. Chehaiber, 21, Chino Hills Art Molina, 37, Huntington Beach Sean P. McLaughlin, 21, Huntington Beach Carlos M. Alvarez, 33, Nevada Justin G. Kelhi, 20, Orange Jesus C. German, 22, Huntington Beach Davy S. McSween, 46, Huntington Beach Adolph F. Agustus, 24, Huntington Beach Douglas W. Bews, 51, Huntington Beach Caius N. Griu, 23, Huntington Beach Andy J. Chacon, 19, Garden Grove Jeffrey J. Stephenson, 26, Huntington Beach Jason A. Shultes, 24, Huntington Beach Wallace N. Atkinson, 31, Cypress
SPORTS
June 15, 2006
The Huntington Beach Girls' Softball 14-and-Under All-Star teams won four games last weekend to capture first place in its division at the Brea All-Star Tournament. Huntington Beach topped Chino Hills, 4-2, in semifinal round play, then defeated West Whittier, 9-4, in the final. Amanda Horowitz and Jacqueline Kent continued to dominate on the mound, as the two pitchers combined to allow just eight runs in four games. Horowitz had a one-hit shutout in the 12-0 win over West Valley of San Fernando.
NEWS
May 3, 2001
The HB Stars out of AYSO Region 143 (Westminster/Huntington Beach) captured third place at last weekend's Chino Hills Kickin' It Up in The Hills Tournament. In their pool, the Stars defeated Culver City, 3-0, and Rowland Heights, 2-0, but fell to host Chino Hills, 2-0. Despite that setback, the Stars were able to secure the wild card spot in the medal round. There, they met rival Cypress in the semifinal round and dropped a tough 1-0 decision.
SPORTS
June 8, 2006
The HB Crush, a 12-and-Under Silver All-Star team from South Huntington Beach Girls Softball, won its second straight tournament by capturing the Placentia/Yorba Linda All-Star Tournament in Yorba Linda last weekend. Poise was what helped guide the Crush ? coached by Butch Fleck, Dwain Pautsch and Craig Bradford ? to the title, which came a week after the team rolled to the championship at the Oceanside Riptide Tournament. The Crush had to come from behind to win three of their five games.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 15, 2014
One of the top prep wrestling tournaments of the season unfolds Friday with the start of the Five Counties Invitational at Fountain Valley High. The two-day, annual event continues Saturday and culminates with championship finals in each weight class division. Ninety-six teams are entered in this year's 64-man, double-elimination tournament. In addition to host Fountain Valley, teams competing at this year's invitational are: Marina, Also Niguel, Arbor View (Nevada), Artesia, Nyala, Beaumont, Beck man, Bishop Aleman, Bishop Amat, Brawley, Buchanan, Buena Park, California, Camarillo, Capistrano Valley, Carson, Carter, Corona Centennial, Channel Island, Chino Hills, Coronado (Colorado)
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By Mike Sciacca | December 11, 2013
Sixteen boys' and girls' prep soccer teams will be at Huntington Beach High Thursday for the opening day of the All Turf Varsity Soccer Tournament. The tournaments will continue Friday and conclude with championship-round play Saturday at the school. Six teams are entered in the girls' tournament. Joining the host Oilers are fellow Pool A teams Long Beach Millikan and Fountain Valley, plus Pool B entries Hoover, La Salle and Monrovia. On the boys' side, Pool A includes Palos Verdes, Artesia, and Huntington.
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By Susan Davis | May 8, 2013
Marina High School in Huntington Beach played host to the Huntington Beach Union High School District Drumline and Winter Guard Showcase on April 29. For the past few years, the district's music programs have presented an end-of-season showcase for all of the high school drumline and winter guard teams to perform for each other and for friends, families and the other district schools as soon as the competitive drumline and winter guard seasons are...
SPORTS
April 17, 2013
Thursday Boys' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Los Alamitos vs. Edison (at SeaCliff CC) Track and Field (2:45 p.m.) Edison at Marina Los Alamitos at Huntington Orange at Ocean View Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Los Alamitos at Edison Huntington at Marina Ocean View at Westminster Softball (3:15 p.m.) Fountain Valley at Edison Huntington at Los Alamitos Newport Harbor at Marina Boys' Volleyball (5:30 p.m.) Newport Harbor at Fountain Valley Boys' Lacrosse (5:45 p.m.)
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By Michael Miller | September 5, 2012
I'm glad to be here writing another article about Red Bucket Equine Rescue. The last time I did, I thought for a moment I was going to suffer death by horse. Not that it was the animal's fault - and certainly not Red Bucket's. The nonprofit, which operated until this summer at the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center, has sheltered, fed and rehabilitated dozens of sick and abandoned horses. When I heard that the equestrian center had given Red Bucket a timeline to move out, I pulled for the horses to find a new home, and I was relieved when a new arrangement materialized in Chino Hills.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | June 14, 2012
The trailer had arrived to take Finbar away from his home of the last three years, the place where he arrived scared and starving and gradually regained his health, his energy and 400 pounds. And for the moment, the horse wasn't budging. In the grand scheme of things, it was a happy day for Finbar - probably the happiest in many months. He and dozens of other horses would soon depart their stalls at the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center and arrive at Red Bucket Equine Rescue's new sanctuary at a ranch in Chino Hills, which it had acquired two weeks ago after months of uncertainty.
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From Staff Reports | March 21, 2012
The Huntington Beach Water Polo Club boys' 10-and-Under team won its division Sunday at the O.C. Cup at Irvine High. Huntington defeated Kahuna of Irvine, 14-13, in Sunday's division final. The Huntington boys' 10U team is: Miles Simpson, Ethan Bettino, James Rozolis-Hill, Jacob Pyle, Brenden Tran, Randal Macias, Joshua Bowman, Charles Slutsky, Garrett Lee and Dayton-John Simpson. * Girls' Soccer India Tye, Teagan Wasserman and Mikayla Edwards, all from Huntington Beach, play for the Legends Futbol Club (Chino Hills)
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | August 6, 2009
They never gave up, going from battling local teams from Orange County to teams from Washington and Hawaii. And, although they didn?t quite make it to the World Series, players from the Fountain Valley Pony baseball Mustang division All-Stars fought until the end. Fountain Valley?s season ended Saturday at the Mustang (9 and 10-year-old) Zone tournament. There, they were edged by Corona, 5-4, in extra innings in the first game of the day at the Chino Hills fields. Then, Fountain Valley was bounced out of the tournament by host Chino Hills, 1-0, the lone run scoring on a passed ball.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | June 4, 2009
Huntington Beach High baseball coach Benji Medure said Tuesday night that he feels like his team can play with anybody. It makes sense. In the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, the Oilers have not only beaten some tough opponents, but they’ve now done what no other team at Huntington Beach High has ever done in 105 years of baseball: advance to the CIF finals. Huntington Beach edged Chino Hills, 9-8, on the road Tuesday to advance to the Division II championship game against Crespi, at 4:30 p.m. Saturday at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
NEWS
By Matt SzaboIndependent | June 3, 2009
Huntington Beach High baseball coach Benji Medure said Tuesday night that he feels like his team can play with anybody. It makes sense. In the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, the Oilers have not only beaten some tough opponents, but they’ve now done what no other team at Huntington Beach High has ever done in 105 years of baseball: advance to the CIF finals.  Huntington Beach edged Chino Hills, 9-8, on the road Tuesday to advance to the Division II championship game against Crespi, on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. at Angel Stadium of Anaheim.
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