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October 28, 1999
In a battle between unbeaten teams, The Rage established themselves as the team to beat in C League play by defeating the Chargers, 14-0, in Huntington Beach Youth Football action at Murdy Park in Huntington Beach. The Rage defense, led by Ben Rivera, Vince Rivera, Daniel Doyle, Justin Jones, and Travis Israel, shutdown a Charger offense that had averaged 25 points in its first three games. It was the third consecutive shutout for The Rage, who improved to 4-0 overall.
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From Staff Reports | December 7, 2011
The Huntington Beach Friday Night Lights 2011 fall flag football season came to an end Friday, with seven teams claiming division championships at Marina High. More than 850 youth participated in the fall season. The teams had a nine-week regular season and the league held single-elimination playoff games Nov. 18 and Friday. For sign-up information on the spring season, visit http://www.HBFNL.com . * First/Second Grade In the Gold division, the Saints beat the Eagles, 13-6.
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December 11, 2012
The Saint Bonaventure Catholic School boys' flag football team from Huntington Beach capped off an undefeated season by beating St. Hedwig, 36 - 28, bringing its record to a memorable 16-0. The team, composed of 15 sixth-graders, went 9-0 in league play, outscoring opponents, 256-111. The St. Bonaventure boys led the Parochial Athletic League Coastal 1B division in both total points scored and least points allowed. Along with being crowned league champion, St. Bonaventure also took the title in both the St. Francis of Assisi tournament and St. Norbert's tournament.
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May 11, 2000
Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football will hold its next sign up session for its fall season on Saturday at the Edison High football field. The sign up will take place between 10 a.m.-2 p.m., with registration fees for both players and cheerleaders set at $145 per individual. Flag Football registration, however, is set at $75 per player. Player registration fees include use of practice and game uniforms, and cheerleader registration fees include use of cheer vest, skirt, sweat jackets, and pants.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 13, 2008
The Lucky Charms opened up a three-goal lead on the Soccer Rockers in their AYSO Region 56 girls? Under-9 division match Saturday, but then had to score the game?s final goal to claim a 4-3 victory. That 3-0 lead was established in the first half with two goals from Gretchen Kirkreit, and another by Lauren Schuck. The Soccer Rockers staged a big second half comeback to tie the score. Jessica Ruggiero posted two goals in the third quarter and then went on to record a hat trick by scoring another goal in the fourth quarter that drew her team into a 3-3 tie in the closing minutes.
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April 10, 2008
Pop Warner Football coaches sought Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football is seeking candidates for volunteer head coach and assistant coach positions. Candidates will be required to interview with a selection panel, complete a volunteer application and undergo a background check. The league is seeking candidates with previous playing or coaching experience at the high school, college or professional level. For more information call Paul Loflin at (714) 968-7812 or by e-mail at president@hbpwf.
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February 21, 2002
Huntington Beach Junior All-American will hold registration for the fall 2002 season on Saturday and Sunday at Ocean View High. The sign-up sessions will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on both days. Competition will be held in the following divisions: Jr. Clinic, Clinic, Jr. Pee Wee, Pee Wee, Jr. Midget and Midget. Sign-up costs are as follows: $75 for future league (flag football) and mascot cheer; $125 for contact football and cheerleading, and a $100 fund-raising fee will be required of each applicant.
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December 11, 2012
The Saint Bonaventure Catholic School boys' flag football team from Huntington Beach capped off an undefeated season by beating St. Hedwig, 36 - 28, bringing its record to a memorable 16-0. The team, composed of 15 sixth-graders, went 9-0 in league play, outscoring opponents, 256-111. The St. Bonaventure boys led the Parochial Athletic League Coastal 1B division in both total points scored and least points allowed. Along with being crowned league champion, St. Bonaventure also took the title in both the St. Francis of Assisi tournament and St. Norbert's tournament.
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From Staff Reports | December 7, 2011
The Huntington Beach Friday Night Lights 2011 fall flag football season came to an end Friday, with seven teams claiming division championships at Marina High. More than 850 youth participated in the fall season. The teams had a nine-week regular season and the league held single-elimination playoff games Nov. 18 and Friday. For sign-up information on the spring season, visit http://www.HBFNL.com . * First/Second Grade In the Gold division, the Saints beat the Eagles, 13-6.
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June 15, 2011
Quiksilver event coming to town The Quiksilver USA Championships will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Huntington Beach Pier and from Tuesday to June 25 at Lower Trestles at San Onofre State Beach. The Huntington Beach event is for all preliminary rounds of competition for the following Adult and Longboard divisions: Men's 18-29; Women's 18+; Masters 30-39; Seniors 40-49; Legends 50+; Junior Longboard Under 18; Men's Longboard 18+; Senior Longboard 40+; Girls Longboard Under 18 and Women's Longboard 18+. Football clinic's next session is Sunday The Dave White Summer Football Clinics will run its next session from 1 to 3 p.m. Sunday at the Edison High football field.
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From Staff Reports | December 22, 2010
Huntington Beach Friday Night Lights Flag Football League wrapped up its inaugural season Friday with championship-game action at Marina High in four divisions. Teams had to win three games Friday in order to win their division title. In the 5th/6th grade division, the Packers claimed the championship after a two-point pass attempt by the Chiefs fell incomplete with no time remaining in a 19-18 final. The Chiefs, the No. 8-seed in the division and coached by Rick Brand, scored on a screen pass as time expired to pull to within a point of the Packers.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 13, 2008
The Lucky Charms opened up a three-goal lead on the Soccer Rockers in their AYSO Region 56 girls? Under-9 division match Saturday, but then had to score the game?s final goal to claim a 4-3 victory. That 3-0 lead was established in the first half with two goals from Gretchen Kirkreit, and another by Lauren Schuck. The Soccer Rockers staged a big second half comeback to tie the score. Jessica Ruggiero posted two goals in the third quarter and then went on to record a hat trick by scoring another goal in the fourth quarter that drew her team into a 3-3 tie in the closing minutes.
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