July 26, 2007
Lil' Oilers Cheer camp starts Tuesday Huntington Beach High School Cheer and Dance will host its first Lil' Oilers Cheer Camp beginning Tuesday through Aug. 2. The camp is open to youngsters in grades K-through-5 and will run from 9 a.m. to noon daily at Dwyer Middle School. The Huntington Beach High cheer and dance squads will teach some of their routines and invite the campers to cheer at a Oilers home varsity football game in the fall. The cost is $100 per camper if registered before the start of the camp.
October 16, 2008
The Huntington Beach Jr. Clinic Oilers had little problem with the Tri-City Steelers and came away with a convincing 40-7 victory Saturday in Jr. All-American Football action at Huntington Beach High. Nicholas Welch ran for three touchdowns, with two covering more than 50 yards. Running backs Ryan Ramlose, Cameron Dashiell and Arick McLawyer also scored touchdowns for the Oilers, who evened their record at 3-3. The Jr. Clinic Oilers host the Garden Grove Falcons at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Huntington Beach High.
October 15, 2009
The skies were threatening, but no rain fell on the Huntington Beach High girls’ field hockey team during its home league game Tuesday afternoon against Edison. It might not have mattered with as hot as the Oilers have been playing. Corinne Clegg scored five minutes into the second half, assisted by Taryn Rescigno, as the Oilers edged the Chargers, 1-0. Huntington Beach threatened often in the game with six penalty short corners, compared to two for Edison. In earlier league action, Huntington Beach topped Westminster, 6-0, on Oct. 8. Rescigno and Claire Prestridge each scored twice, and Lindsey Walter and Jessica Van Arsdale also had goals for the Oilers.
November 2, 2000
TODAY Girls' tennis (2 p.m.) Sunset League Finals (at Old Ranch Tennis Club) Golden West League Finals (at Ocean View High) Field hockey (3:15 p.m.) Tournament of Champions (Semifinal action) Girls' volleyball (5:30 p.m.) Marina High at Fountain Valley High Los Alamitos High at Huntington Beach High Edison High at Esperanza High FRIDAY Girls' tennis (2 p.m.) Sunset League Finals (at Old Ranch Tennis Club)
November 9, 2000
He has been hobbled by a nagging injury for nearly a month, but the setback hasn't derailed the ambition or the drive of Huntington Beach High running back Russ Oschman. Oschman suffered a toe injury in the first quarter of a Sunset League game against Edison on Oct. 13 and sat out the second half of that contest. But he came back to play in the Oilers' next three games. "He was a step slower in the Fountain Valley and Esperanza games, but began to get back into form last week against Marina," Huntington Beach coach Tony Ciarelli said of Oschman, who rushed for 124 yards against the Vikings.
August 15, 2002
Huntington Beach High will welcome four new varsity coaches this fall, Athletic Director Dave Van Hoorebeke announced on Tuesday. Deanna Purdy has been hired to take over the girls' tennis team. A graduate of Brigham Young University, Purdy served the past two years as head tennis coach at Washington Lee High in Arlington, Va. She will teach math at Huntington Beach. Peter Muller will step in as the new boys' water polo coach. He spent the past year in the boys' and girls' water polo programs at Villa Park High in Orange.
December 19, 2002
Huntington Beach High hosts camp Huntington Beach High will host its annual Winter Baseball Camp Jan. 2 through 4 at the school's playing fields. The camp is open to youngsters ages 9 to 13, at a cost of $90 per player. Baseball instruction will be given by Huntington Beach head coach Benji Medure, Oiler assistant coach Cory Burton and Rusty McNamara of the Atlanta Braves' AA affiliate. For information and to reserve a spot in the game, call Coach Medure at (714)
May 7, 2009
Huntington Beach High product Tony Ciarelli, now at USC, has been named a second-team American Volleyball Coaches Assn. Division I-II All-American. Ciarelli, a freshman outside hitter, had 19 kills as the No. 5-seeded, upstart Trojans outlasted Pepperdine, 30-23, 30-25, 20-30, 26-30, 21-19, to win the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation tournament Saturday. USC will be trying to win its first national title since 1990 beginning today at the NCAA Final Four at Provo, Utah. The No. 3-seeded Trojans (23-11)
March 19, 2009
Huntington Beach High senior Noelani Viloria was named first-team All-Sea View League for girls? basketball in a voting by league coaches. Freshman guard Kelsey Minato and junior center Meghan White earned second-team accolades. Viloria, a senior guard, averaged a team-high 17.8 points per game for the Oilers. Three times she had 30 or more points, including in a season-ending 74-69 loss to Centennial of Corona in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division II-A playoffs.