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December 26, 2002
TODAY Girls' Soccer (TBA) Edison at Excalibur Tourney Boys' Soccer (TBA) Marina, HB, OV at Marina Tourney Girls' Water Polo (TBA) Edison, Marina at Tru-West Invite (at Newport, Corona del Mar highs) Girls' Basketball (TBA) Pacifica vs. Edison (at Edison High, 2 p.m.) Edison vs. Mater Dei (at Edison High, 6:30 p.m.) Ocean View at Costa Mesa Tourney Hunt Beach at Palm Desert Tourney Boys' Basketball (TBA)
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July 24, 2008
The Edison Basketball Youth Camp opens Monday at Estancia High in Costa Mesa. Edison boys? basketball Coach Rich Boyce said the camp site has been moved to Estancia because of construction taking place at Edison. The camp, co-sponsored by PCH Hoops, runs from 9 a.m. to noon through Aug. 1 and is open to children grades third through eighth. The cost is $120 per camper. Players will be taught the game of basketball in a fun and positive atmosphere. High school coaches from Edison and other area high schools will provide instruction on the fundamentals of the game.
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December 28, 2006
TODAY Girls' Basketball (all day)   Larry Doyle Tournament   (at Edison High) (TBA)   Huntington at Palm Desert Tourney   Girls' Water Polo (TBA)   Edison, HB at Newport Holiday Cup   Girls' Soccer (TBA)   Edison at Excalibur Tourney   Boys' Soccer (TBA)   Marina, HB, Ocean View at Marina Tourney     Edison at Orange County Tourney   Wrestling (TBA)
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October 7, 1999
The North Huntington Beach Black boys Under-10 soccer team continued their winning ways with a 5-0 home victory over the West Coast White at Estancia High in Costa Mesa. Christian Ramirez scored three goals to pace the Black, who ran their league-leading record to 5-0. Ramirez scored two goals late in the first half - off assists from both Esteban Orejel and Bobby Tornel, to open up a 3-0 lead at the break. But it was Orejel who first put NHB on the scoreboard with a goal off an assist from Abraham Villon, who took the opening kickoff and weaved his way downfield.
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By: | September 23, 2005
The Estancia High boys and girls cross country teams came out on top in a Golden West League tri-meet also involving Costa Mesa and Ocean View Thursday at Fairview Park. Hector Gomez led the Estancia boys, finishing in 16 minutes, 40 seconds, while C.J. Buchman (16:56), Enrique Vivar (17:38) Jose Garcia (17:55) and Andy Navarette (18:15) scored for the Eagles. Sydney Barloon led the Eagles' girls in 20:11, while Paula Negrette (21:56), Magali Onofre (22:26)
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By: Dave Thorpe | September 14, 2005
The Estancia High girls golf team has finished as high as second place in the Golden West League under Coach Art Perry, but hasn't been able to get over the hump. However, with seven returning letterman and three All-Golden West League returners, this could be the year the Eagles take home the league title. "I see us being on top," said Perry, who believes his team can edge out Orange and Ocean View highs for the Golden West League title. "We're looking to win our league, advance out of the CIF playoffs and have girls go to the CIF Individuals."
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By: | October 9, 2005
The UC Irvine men's soccer team defeated Cal State Fullerton, 4-0, Saturday night in Big West Conference action at Titan Stadium. UCI junior Anthony Hamilton scored his fifth goal of the season in the 12th minute. Junior Brad Evans gave a quick pass to junior Doug Franco, who found Hamilton in stride for the goal. Craig Ettinger gave UCI (6-3-2, 3-0 in the Big West) a 2-0 lead at the 36:07 mark as he knocked it in after Franco's shot rebounded off the keeper.
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By: | September 20, 2005
Estancia High freshman Ellie Edles swept at No. 1 singles to help the host Eagles earn a 14-4 nonleague girls tennis win over Magnolia Monday. The Estancia doubles tandem of seniors Sage O'Toole and Cathy Pittman also swept for the Eagles (3-2), who open Golden West League play today against visiting Costa Mesa. Nonleague Estancia 14, Magnolia 4 Singles -- Edles (E) def. Hirada, 6-1, def. Middleton, 6-0, def. Orn, 6-0; Morton (E)
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By: | September 15, 2005
Corona del Mar High won its boys water polo season opener, 11-7, over visiting Harvard Westlake Wednesday afternoon. Senior Tom Money led the Sea Kings with six goals, while Jacob Murphy and Kyle Hersh added two goals apiece. Goalkeeper Phillip DiGiacomo had 12 saves in the victory. Estancia sweeps VOLLEYBALL: The Estancia High girls volleyball team defeated La Quinta, 25-10, 25-13, 25-23, in a nonleague match Wednesday at Estancia High. Jaye Hellmich and Taylor Brown led the way with 10 kills each and Sarah Braunsdorf added eight kills and eight digs.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 11, 2013
It's only two weeks into the 2013 prep football season but already, the CIF Southwest Division top 10 poll is top-heavy with Sunset League teams. Defending division champion Edison High still rides atop the poll but Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley have quickly made their presence felt. The Oilers started the season tied for the No. 6 position, but now rank at No. 5. The Barons, meanwhile, were not included in the preseason rankings but have climbed their way to the No. 6 slot.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 11, 2012
Nick Yang led the Fountain Valley High baseball team to a key win at the Beach Pit Classic baseball tournament at Estancia High. Yang singled in the game's only run in the top of the 11th inning against Estancia, then sent the Eagles down in order in the bottom half of the frame to complete seven scoreless innings of relief pitching to give the Barons a 1-0 victory. The win put the Barons in the tournament's title game. They were to take on Beckman on Wednesday, but the game was called off due to a wet field.
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July 24, 2008
The Edison Basketball Youth Camp opens Monday at Estancia High in Costa Mesa. Edison boys? basketball Coach Rich Boyce said the camp site has been moved to Estancia because of construction taking place at Edison. The camp, co-sponsored by PCH Hoops, runs from 9 a.m. to noon through Aug. 1 and is open to children grades third through eighth. The cost is $120 per camper. Players will be taught the game of basketball in a fun and positive atmosphere. High school coaches from Edison and other area high schools will provide instruction on the fundamentals of the game.
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December 28, 2006
TODAY Girls' Basketball (all day)   Larry Doyle Tournament   (at Edison High) (TBA)   Huntington at Palm Desert Tourney   Girls' Water Polo (TBA)   Edison, HB at Newport Holiday Cup   Girls' Soccer (TBA)   Edison at Excalibur Tourney   Boys' Soccer (TBA)   Marina, HB, Ocean View at Marina Tourney     Edison at Orange County Tourney   Wrestling (TBA)
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By: Chris Yemma | October 14, 2005
Halfway through the Estancia High girls cross country team's season, junior Sydney Barloon has emerged as the team's leader. Barloon leads a flock of Eagles for the 2005 season. "She will get to the CIF [Southern Section Division III] finals again," Estancia Coach Charlie Appell said. "She should also get top four in league." Barloon, who finished sixth at the Golden West League finals a little more than a year ago, clocked the top time for first place at a double-dual league meet involving Orange and Santa Ana Sept.
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By: Barry Faulkner | October 14, 2005
The Estancia High football team pulled out all the stops to lead for most of the first half of Thursday's nonleague clash with Garden Grove at Newport Harbor High. But the Eagles couldn't come up with any many defensive stops the final 26 minutes to drop a 40-19 decision to the visiting Argonauts. The Eagles scored on the first offensive play of the game and exploded for 240 yards of offense before the homecoming intermission. But an eight-play, 68-yard scoring drive to end the half salvaged the momentum for Garden Grove, which then expanded its 20-19 halftime advantage to improve to 5-1. The Argonauts are ranked No. 7 in CIF Southern Section Division IX. Estancia (1-5)
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By: Barry Faulkner | October 13, 2005
The Estancia High football team is averaging roughly the width of the football each time it runs this season. Indeed, 47 rushing yards on 113 carries, five inches per attempt, is hardly a foundation on which to construct a winning season. But the Eagles are coming off consecutive games with positive rushing yards and first-year Coach Brian Barnes said progress is better than the alternative when it comes to forging some semblance of a running game.
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By: | October 12, 2005
The Estancia High girls golf team defeated Ocean View, 228-306, at Meadowlark Golf Club Tuesday, advancing their winning streak in the Golden West League to 6-0. The Eagles (13-3 overall) were led by Bridget Gleason, who shot 40, while Lina You shot 41, Caroline Clements shot 45, Lauren Cushing shot 49 and Avery Williams shot 53 on the par-36 course. Sea Kings top Breakers GOLF: The Corona del Mar girls golf team captured a 237-245 Pacific Coast League victory over Laguna Beach Tuesday at Newport Beach Country Club.
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By: | October 11, 2005
Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley said his decision to play overtime Friday in a 23-20 nonleague loss to Mira Costa was based on a change in CIF Southern Section playoff qualification policies this season. New this season, the top four teams from seven-team leagues will earn automatic CIF playoff berths, except in Division IX and Division X. Previously, seven-team leagues garnered only three automatic berths. So, in divisions with seven-team leagues, like Newport Harbor in Division VI (the Suburban League)
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By: | October 9, 2005
The UC Irvine men's soccer team defeated Cal State Fullerton, 4-0, Saturday night in Big West Conference action at Titan Stadium. UCI junior Anthony Hamilton scored his fifth goal of the season in the 12th minute. Junior Brad Evans gave a quick pass to junior Doug Franco, who found Hamilton in stride for the goal. Craig Ettinger gave UCI (6-3-2, 3-0 in the Big West) a 2-0 lead at the 36:07 mark as he knocked it in after Franco's shot rebounded off the keeper.
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