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September 23, 1999
It might be hard for an opponent to imagine that Darryl Poston took a year off from playing football. Well, that's just what the Edison High junior running back did last year, forgoing his sophomore year on the playing field to learn and grow as a young man. Some probably couldn't figure out Poston's reasoning for leaving the game, especially since he reached the 1,000-yard rushing plateau the year before as...
NEWS
November 16, 2000
o7 A look at the big plays from last week's games that covered 30 yards or more:f7 70 -- Matt Feinauer, Fountain Valley: touchdown pass from Jake Scholttman 60 -- Phillip Smith, Ocean View: touchdown pass from Patrick Campbell 47 -- Darryl Poston, Edison: run 43 -- A.J. Martinez, Edison: punt 37 -- Vincent Nguyen, Fountain Valley: interception return for touchdown 37 -- Denny Flanagan, Edison: touchdown...
NEWS
September 16, 1999
EDISON CHARGERS DARRYL POSTON RUNNING BACK 5-11, 171, JR. In just a quarter-and-a-half of play, rushed for 155 yards and three touchdowns on 13 carries in 62-14 rout of Cypress. FOUNTAIN VALLEY BARONS NEDAL ABDELMUTI RUNNING BACK/FREE SAFETY 6-0, 185, JR. Team's top rusher with 125 yards on 19 carries and scored on 27-yard run in 7-6 victory over Dana Hills. HUNTINGTON BEACH OILERS SHAUN SHUCK RUNNING BACK/CORNERBACK Rushed for 164 yards and three TDs on 30 carries, returned a kickoff 49 yards, and also intercepted a pass in 25-21 win over Downey.
NEWS
September 2, 1999
A look at some of the Chargers who figure to make some noise during the 1999 season, with a comment on each from Coach Dave White: BRENDON CORNELL, TE, 6-2, 208, Sr.: 'Good hands and just a good athlete, period. A possible two-way starter.' ERIC ABBASCIA, OL, 6-3, 285, Sr.: 'Our top offensive lineman. He's big, strong, and hungry, and he had a good off-season.' STEVE GREYSHOCK, RB/DL, 5-11, 200, Sr.: 'Worked real hard in the off-season and could turn into a stalwart on defense.
NEWS
October 28, 1999
Dave White has seen some talented players pass through Edison High in his 14 years as a head coach, but never had White seen a player produce an individual performance like the one Darryl Poston turned in last Friday night against unbeaten Los Alamitos. Poston gave one of those showings that the near capacity crowd of 4,500 on hand at Huntington Beach High's Sheue Field will take about for years to come: he rushed for 210 yards on 23 carries (9.1 yards per carry)
NEWS
November 2, 2000
Mike Sciacca Throw out the records. And while you're at it, throw out common sense, too. It's Edison vs. Fountain Valley, a rivalry that has seen it all -- from the expected to the bizarre, from the mundane to the improbable. Kickoff for the Independent's Game of the Week is set for 7 p.m. Friday at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. As usual, a standing room-only crowd of more than 8,000 is anticipated for what, perhaps, is Orange County's most fierce rivalry.
NEWS
October 12, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent After hearing disparaging comments from a few Mater Dei players following a Sept. 29 loss to the top-ranked Monarchs, Edison High running back Darryl Poston had something to prove. "I heard a few of their (Mater Dei) players saying that I wasn't as tough a runner as they thought I'd be," said Poston, who took the comments as a personal challenge and hit the weight room even harder last week in preparation for last Saturday's big showdown with Servite.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
Mike Sciacca Richard Schwartz has found his groove. It started for Edison High's quarterback two weeks ago in a 35-33 victory over the Servite Friars, but the senior really took flight last Friday in the Chargers' 28-10 victory over rival Huntington Beach. With pinpoint accuracy and sharp spirals, Schwartz completed 12 of 15 pass attempts for 264 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Edison won its Sunset League opener. Was it his best effort of the season?
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November 16, 2000
o7 A look at the big plays from last week's games that covered 30 yards or more:f7 70 -- Matt Feinauer, Fountain Valley: touchdown pass from Jake Scholttman 60 -- Phillip Smith, Ocean View: touchdown pass from Patrick Campbell 47 -- Darryl Poston, Edison: run 43 -- A.J. Martinez, Edison: punt 37 -- Vincent Nguyen, Fountain Valley: interception return for touchdown 37 -- Denny Flanagan, Edison: touchdown...
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NEWS
November 2, 2000
Mike Sciacca Throw out the records. And while you're at it, throw out common sense, too. It's Edison vs. Fountain Valley, a rivalry that has seen it all -- from the expected to the bizarre, from the mundane to the improbable. Kickoff for the Independent's Game of the Week is set for 7 p.m. Friday at Orange Coast College's LeBard Stadium. As usual, a standing room-only crowd of more than 8,000 is anticipated for what, perhaps, is Orange County's most fierce rivalry.
NEWS
October 19, 2000
Mike Sciacca Richard Schwartz has found his groove. It started for Edison High's quarterback two weeks ago in a 35-33 victory over the Servite Friars, but the senior really took flight last Friday in the Chargers' 28-10 victory over rival Huntington Beach. With pinpoint accuracy and sharp spirals, Schwartz completed 12 of 15 pass attempts for 264 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Edison won its Sunset League opener. Was it his best effort of the season?
NEWS
October 12, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent After hearing disparaging comments from a few Mater Dei players following a Sept. 29 loss to the top-ranked Monarchs, Edison High running back Darryl Poston had something to prove. "I heard a few of their (Mater Dei) players saying that I wasn't as tough a runner as they thought I'd be," said Poston, who took the comments as a personal challenge and hit the weight room even harder last week in preparation for last Saturday's big showdown with Servite.
NEWS
September 21, 2000
Tariq Malik Darryl Poston can only get better. The Edison High Charger running back didn't start the season at the peak of his game. A sore back prevented him from starting in the opening game against El Toro and limited his performance to 56 yards in 13 carries, but his recovery is showing on the field. "He's much better now than he was in the opener," said Edison Coach Dave White, adding that Poston, 17, is a respected team leader despite his quiet demeanor.
NEWS
September 7, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent It's been five years since Edison High made postseason play, but the 2000 season figures to see the return of the Chargers. Simply put, Edison seems loaded, especially on offense, although there are six returners on both sides of the ball. "Our big scoring punch returns on offense, and we have experience on defense," said Edison Coach Dave White, who enters his 15th year at the helm. "There are a few question marks, but we could have a very good team on our hands."
NEWS
October 28, 1999
Dave White has seen some talented players pass through Edison High in his 14 years as a head coach, but never had White seen a player produce an individual performance like the one Darryl Poston turned in last Friday night against unbeaten Los Alamitos. Poston gave one of those showings that the near capacity crowd of 4,500 on hand at Huntington Beach High's Sheue Field will take about for years to come: he rushed for 210 yards on 23 carries (9.1 yards per carry)
NEWS
October 9, 1999
The Edison High football team put the finishing touches on a perfect nonleague season Friday by running past the Arcadia Apaches, 34-7, on homecoming night at Huntington Beach High's Sheue Field. By avenging last year's 35-14 loss at Arcadia, Edison, ranked seventh in Division I, was able to complete its nonleague schedule with a 5-0 mark. What's more, it gives the Chargers added momentum heading into next Friday's Sunset League opener against Marina.
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