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February 14, 2008
Four members of the Edison High football team have been named to the 2007 All Southern California Pac 5 Division Football Team. The squad was selected by the Southern California Football Coaches Assn. Edison quarterback Nick Crissman and lineman Eric Smith were named to the 21-member offensive team while lineman Blayne Anderson and linebacker Earnie Sagiao were named to the 19-member defensive team. 2007 All-Pac-5 Division Team Championship Coach Raul Lara, Long Beach Poly Offensive Player of the Year Austin Shanks, Crespi Co-Defensive Players of the Year Jurrell Casey, Long Beach Poly Vaughn Telemaque, Long Beach Poly ?
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By By Mike Sciacca | February 2, 2006
Lineman Fuga named All-Southern Section.Five players from the 2006 Edison High football team have been named to the All-CIF Southern Section/Amateur Athletic Federation football team. In addition, Romney Fuga of Edison was named first-team offense on the All-Southern Section team. Players were drawn from all 13 11-man divisions to create the all-section team. Named to the Division I offensive team was quarterback Brian Shrock, Fuga, an offensive lineman, and Jimmy Flanagan at wide receiver.
NEWS
November 16, 2000
FRIDAY'S CIF GAMES Fountain Valley vs. Long Beach Poly . . . Poly by 13 (at Veterans Stadium, 7 p.m.) Ocean View vs. Irvine . . . Irvine by 12 (at Irvine High, 7:30 p.m.) Servite vs. Edison . . . Edison by 4 (at Huntington Beach High, 7:30 p.m.) And here's why . . . Familiar playoff foes Fountain Valley (5-5) and Long Beach Poly (10-0) will meet again for the second time in a year, and, just like last November, Poly is favored to advance.
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By By Mike Sciacca | December 8, 2005
13 teams to compete in premiere event.The 2005 Ocean View Tournament of Champions, one of the Southland's premiere boys' basketball tournaments, begins with opening-round action Monday at Ocean View High. Thirteen teams will be split into four pools. Schools competing are host Ocean View, Fontana and L.A. City Section member Birmingham, in Pool A; J. Serra, Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks and Torrance in Pool B; Harvard-Westlake, Long Beach Poly and L.A. City Section member Cleveland, in Pool C; and Northern Section member Clovis West, Cajon, Centennial of Corona and Temecula Valley, in Pool D. The tournament ends on Dec. 17. The tournament schedule is as follows for Dec. 12, 13 and 14: Monday 3:30 p.m.: Ocean View vs. Fontana 5 p.m.: J. Serra vs. Notre Dame 6:30 p.m.: Harvard-Westlake vs. Long Beach Poly 8 p.m.: Centennial vs. Temecula Valley Tuesday 3:30 p.m.: Notre Dame vs. Torrance 5 p.m.: Fontana vs. Birmingham 6:30 p.m.: Long Beach Poly vs. Cleveland 8 p.m.: Clovis West vs. Cajon Wednesday 5 p.m.: Harvard-Westlake vs. Cleveland 6:30 p.m.: Ocean View vs. Birmingham 8 p.m.: J. Serra vs. Torrance Sat., Dec. 17 2:30 p.m.: seventh-place game 4 p.m.: fifth-place game 5:30 p.m.: third-place game 7 p.m.: championship game20051208i8e0w9kfKENT TREPTOW / INDEPENDENT(LA)
NEWS
November 16, 2000
While most first-round playoff games will begin at 7:30 p.m. Friday, the Fountain Valley High-Long Beach Poly game will kickoff at 7 p.m. at Veterans Stadium. Poly school officials had asked the CIF Southern Section office for the time change, which was granted . . . The Servite-Edison and Ocean View-Irvine tilts will still start at 7:30 p.m. . . . Fountain Valley High will make its sixth straight postseason appearance . . . The Barons will face Long Beach Poly in the opening round for the third time in four years.
NEWS
September 16, 2004
Edison still third in CIF poll The Edison High Chargers, now 2-0, continued to hold onto the No. 3 slot in this week's CIF-Southern Section Division I football poll. The Chargers, coming off a 28-13 win over San Clemente, trail No. 1 ranked Long Beach Poly and No. 2 Loyola. Edison entered the season ranked third behind Poly and Loyola. Vikings, Oilers grace water polo poll The boys' water polo teams at Marina and Huntington Beach were ranked among the top 10 in the first CIF-Southern Section Division II poll of the year.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2006
The Edison High School football team is relishing the role of underdog. The Chargers return to the CIF Southern Section football finals for the first time in five years Saturday when they battle Orange Lutheran High in the Pac-5 Division championship game at 8:10 p.m. at the Home Depot Center in Carson. Edison (11-2) earned a date with Orange Lutheran (12-1) after defeating favored Santa Margarita last Friday, 14-3, in the semifinals, also played at the Home Depot Center. In the other semifinal, Orange Lutheran rolled out to a 23-0 lead over Long Beach Poly, only to hold on in the end to edge the Jackrabbits, 23-22.
NEWS
December 4, 2003
Ocean View High once again will host the prestigious Tournament of Champions, which will feature some of the CIF Southern Section's top boys' basketball programs. The six-day event debuts Monday with four games and continues on Tuesday and Wednesday, again with four games scheduled for each of the two days. Twelve teams make up this year's tournament which features a pool play format. Among the 12 teams is a defending state champion and three CIF-Southern Section champions from 2003.
NEWS
November 16, 2000
Long Beach Poly (10-0) 20 Vista (SD) 14 24 Banning 0 62 Santa Barbara 0 40 Fontana 18 21 Dominguez 3 47 Lakewood 0 48 Long Beach Wilson 7 35 Long Beach Jordan 0 48 Long Beach Millikan 0 45 Compton 0 ( Denotes Moore League game) Irvine (10-0) 41 University 17 30 Saddleback 8 55 Orange Lutheran 14 65 Los Amigos 6 24 Loara 0 19 Newport Harbor 14 28 Aliso Niguel 7 28 L.A. Fairfax 0 42 Laguna Hills 7 48 Woodbridge 13 ( Denotes Seaview League game)
NEWS
September 26, 2002
The Huntington Beach Dolphins raced to a three-touchdown lead against Rowland Heights Saturday, then held off a late Raiders rally for a 20-18 victory in a Jr. All-American Football game played at Marina High. Michael Wuckert rushed for a touchdown in the first quarter and touchdown runs by Brandon Wooten and Tyler Dominick in the second and third quarters, respectively, built the lead to 18-0. Rowland Heights rallied late with 12, fourth quarter points.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 18, 2013
Thursday marks the beginning of a three-week gauntlet to the nonleague portion of its schedule for the Edison High football team. For starters, the Servite Friars come calling on the Chargers in an intriguing 7 p.m. matchup at Orange Coast College. It's the first game in two weeks for the Chargers who were idle a week ago. Servite, meanwhile, has been anything but idle the past two weeks. Since falling in its opener to Las Vegas Bishop Gorman, the Friars have scored impressive victories over CIF Southern Section ranked opponents, Long Beach Poly and La Mirada.
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August 28, 2013
Friday Football (7 p.m.) Bakersfield Christian at Huntington Beach Edison at Compton Centennial Fountain Valley vs. Foothill (at Tustin High) Arrowhead Christian vs. Brethren Christian (at Ocean View High) * Tuesday Girls' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Edison at Rosary Tournament (at Western Hills GC) (3 p.m.) Marina vs. Long Beach Poly (at Recreation GC) Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Westminster at Marina Field Hockey (3:15 p.m.)
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By Mike Sciacca | June 19, 2013
From beginning to end, the 2012-13 prep school year was laced with major athletic accomplishments. The sports calendar started in late-August and culminated in the first week of the current month. The following are some of the key highlights reported to the Independent during the school year. - September-December The fall sports season started off strong but reached its crescendo just before winter break. One of the first teams to capture a fall postseason championship was the Huntington Beach field hockey team.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 8, 2009
During the holiday break, the Ocean View High boys? basketball program reached another major milestone. When the Seahawks edged an 11-3 Mission Viejo team, 40-39, Saturday at Capistrano Valley High, the school earned its 600th victory. Jim Harris, who coaches the team with his son, Jimmy Harris, a former All-CIF player for the Sehawks, has been court side for each one of those victories. In his 31 years guiding the program, Harris? teams have combined to amass a 600-248 all-time record.
SPORTS
December 4, 2008
The 37th annual Tournament of Champions at Ocean View High begins Monday with a full slate of games. Tournament takes place daily through Dec. 13. Thirty-two games will be played at the Ocean View gym and 18 more at Lakewood High. This year?s tournament field has 23 teams, including nationally ranked and defending tournament champion Westchester (Los Angeles). The field also includes nationally ranked teams Etiwanda and St. Mary?s of Arizona and top California teams in Ocean View, Long Beach Poly, Clovis West, Garces, Long Beach Jordan, Rancho Verde, Serra and West Valley.
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October 16, 2008
Despite being idle last week, the Edison football team gained ground in the latest CIF Southern Section Pac 5 Division rankings. The Chargers moved up a notch from seventh to sixth after Servite lost, 31-24, last week to Notre Dame/Sherman Oaks. The loss dropped the Friars from third to ninth in this week?s poll. By winning, Notre Dame moved from eighth to take Edison?s previous spot at No. 7. Long Beach Poly, which scored a 12-7 win over St. Bonaventure, the No. 1 team in the Northern Division, remains atop the Pac-5 poll at 5-0. Edison is the lone area football team to be included in this week?
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By Mike Sciacca | September 4, 2008
Nearly two weeks after successfully beginning its season with an Aug. 23 victory in Hawaii, the Edison High football team returns to the field Friday to battle Long Beach Cabrillo. Game time is 7 p.m. at Cabrillo High. Edison began its season with a 43-10 win over Lahainaluna in Maui and has had a little more than a week to prepare for a Cabrillo team that Chargers Coach Dave White says is a ?mystery.? ?We don?t know too much about them,? he said. ?They have a new coach, but that?
SPORTS
February 14, 2008
Four members of the Edison High football team have been named to the 2007 All Southern California Pac 5 Division Football Team. The squad was selected by the Southern California Football Coaches Assn. Edison quarterback Nick Crissman and lineman Eric Smith were named to the 21-member offensive team while lineman Blayne Anderson and linebacker Earnie Sagiao were named to the 19-member defensive team. 2007 All-Pac-5 Division Team Championship Coach Raul Lara, Long Beach Poly Offensive Player of the Year Austin Shanks, Crespi Co-Defensive Players of the Year Jurrell Casey, Long Beach Poly Vaughn Telemaque, Long Beach Poly ?
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September 27, 2007
Club baseball team has spots available The Vikings Baseball Club of Huntington Beach is looking for four enthusiastic players to complete its 2007-2008 roster. The club team seeks a catcher and pitcher as well as two versatile players. To be eligible for the team, a player’s 13th birthday must fall between May 1, 2007, and April 30, 2008. For more information and to set up a tryout, call David D’Alessandro at (714) 448-7663, or e-mail him at barbizonla.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2006
The Edison High School football team is relishing the role of underdog. The Chargers return to the CIF Southern Section football finals for the first time in five years Saturday when they battle Orange Lutheran High in the Pac-5 Division championship game at 8:10 p.m. at the Home Depot Center in Carson. Edison (11-2) earned a date with Orange Lutheran (12-1) after defeating favored Santa Margarita last Friday, 14-3, in the semifinals, also played at the Home Depot Center. In the other semifinal, Orange Lutheran rolled out to a 23-0 lead over Long Beach Poly, only to hold on in the end to edge the Jackrabbits, 23-22.
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