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December 12, 2002
Huntington Beach High opened play in the La Quinta Tournament Monday night with a 70-27 victory over Los Amigos. The Oilers, who opened the season last week with a victory over Aliso Niguel, rolled to a 46-16 halftime lead. Coach Richard Alvarez took his starters out mid-way through the third quarter. With his second unit closing out the game, the Oilers shut out the Lobos in the fourth quarter, outscoring them, 13-0. "We're just playing good team basketball right now," Alvarez said.
NEWS
September 11, 2003
Four local prep football teams launch their 2003 schedules this weekend, with Ocean View kicking off the new season tonight against Santiago. Edison, Huntington Beach and Marina each play Friday. A look at this week's season-opening matchups: TONIGHT Ocean View vs. Santiago (at Garden Grove High, 7 p.m.) Ocean View launches its season against a Santiago squad that's new to the Seahawks' nonleague schedule. Santiago went 4-6 overall in 2002 and finished fifth in the Garden Grove League.
NEWS
September 16, 2004
HAPPENINGS Radical riders Top extreme sports athletes competed at the 2004 T-Mobile Core Tour Sports and Music Festival at the pier over the weekend. B1 ALSO: Like to eat? Want to get paid for dining out? The Independent is looking for a new dining critic. We will be holding a contest to pick our new reviewer. To enter, send us a sample column and a brief introduction detailing your qualifications. Entries may be sent to 18682 Beach Blvd.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 8, 2005
While Edison and Marina both opened their prep football season a week ago, the 2005 campaigns for Ocean View and Huntington Beach start this weekend. Ocean View begins the Dean Yoshiyama era tonight when the Seahawks battle Garden Grove Santiago at Garden Grove High. On Friday, Huntington Beach will travel to the same location to do battle with Los Amigos in the season opener for both schools. Also Friday, Edison has another tough task, as it travels to play San Clemente.
NEWS
October 30, 2003
-- EDISON (4-3, 1-1) 26 San Clemente 21 27 Capo Valley 0 13 Santa Fe 6 0 Mater Dei 6 0 Servite 7 21 Los Alamitos 28 21 Marina 7 -- -- HUNTINGTON BEACH (2-5, 1-1) #14 Los Amigos 42 16 Costa Mesa 33 8 Capo Valley 17 7 Laguna Hills 13 14 Dana Hills 19 6 Fount Valley 21 14 Esperanza 10 -- -- MARINA (2-5, 0-2) 12 Paramount 0 6 Newport Harbor 10 22 Mission Viejo 48 14 Orange Lutheran 34 33 El Toro 10 7 Esperanza 42 7 Edison 21 -- -- OCEAN VIEW (1-6, 0-4)
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 7, 2006
A week ago, Edison and Huntington Beach opened up their 2006 football seasons, and both came away with big victories. Two other local schools — Ocean View and Marina — open their seasons Friday with home games. FRIDAY Capistrano Valley vs. Marina (at Westminster High, 7 p.m.) Months of hard training in the preseason lead Marina to Friday's opener against visiting Capistrano Valley. On the agenda for the Vikings will be the task of ending an 11-game losing streak that dates back to the final week of the regular season in 2004.
NEWS
December 23, 1999
Andrew Wainer FOUNTAIN VALLEY -- Fountain Valley High School fought a close battle last week and won Orange County's mock trial competition. The final of six rounds was held last Thursday night at the Central Justice Center in Santa Ana. Fountain Valley, which took second place two years ago, beat its hometown rival Los Amigos in what the judges of the contest called a battle that was "too close to call". "These two teams are the elite of the elite," Judge James Stotler said before the winner was announced.
NEWS
September 16, 2004
Mike Sciacca For a little more than two quarters of last Friday's football game between Huntington Beach and Los Amigos at Sheue Field, it was anything but the season opener that the host Oilers had hoped for. If trailing 14-0 at the half wasn't bad enough, Huntington found itself in a deeper hole when Los Amigos scored just five plays into the second half for a 21-0 lead. But, instead of folding, the Oilers staged an incredible comeback. With its defense stepping up and providing its offense with scoring opportunities, Huntington rallied for a 21-21 tie. "We made a lot of mistakes in the first half, but our seniors took charge after halftime," Huntington coach Mike Groscost said.
NEWS
September 9, 2004
Mike Sciacca The long, hot days of summer two-a-days have all led to what prep football players have been pointing to: the start of the 2004 season. While Edison got a jump start on the local schools -- and the Chargers won their opening game on Sept. 3 in impressive fashion -- Marina, Huntington Beach and Ocean View launch their campaigns this weekend. Here's a capsule look at the four local games on tap for the weekend, beginning with tonight's Capistrano Valley-Marina game at Westminster High's Boswell Field.
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By Mona Shadia | September 5, 2012
Los Amigos High School's baseball team has received an outpouring of community support after all of the team's sports equipment was stolen from the school over the Labor Day weekend, school officials said. Someone entered the Fountain Valley campus sometime Sunday evening or early Monday morning from the back area, cut through a welded-shut gate and broke into the bin with the equipment, said Fountain Valley Police Department Sgt. Matt Sheppard. Bats, gloves and catchers equipment were among the stolen items, which are estimated to be worth between $3,500 and $4,000, said Los Amigos baseball coach Art Maltby.
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SPORTS
By Herman Pinto | February 18, 2010
The torrential rains were gone and the sun came out to shine on the Edison High boys’ soccer team. With a 1-0 victory over Fountain Valley on Feb. 10, Edison (19-4-2, 9-1) claimed the Sunset League championship. Beating all odds with tremendous team play throughout this year’s campaign, the Edison boys again showed their character with a strong team performance in a hard-earned victory over cross-town rival Fountain Valley. After being held scoreless during the first half, Edison came on strong the second half with captain Adam Black making strong runs up the right flank causing chaos in the Fountain Valley defense.
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By Matt Szabo | January 7, 2010
Five Huntington Beach High football players have been honored with first-team All-Sea View League status, in voting by league coaches. Seniors Jack Dilbeck, Kaller Roemer and Cody Tucker, as well as junior Luke Holler and sophomore Nolan Biegel, earned first-team honors. Dilbeck finished with 1,205 yards rushing and 12 touchdowns for Huntington Beach (7-5). Roemer led the team with 975 receiving yards and seven touchdowns. Biegel, a linebacker, led the team with 71 tackles and defensive end Holler and tackle Tucker helped anchor the line.
SPORTS
November 5, 2009
Huntington Beach (5-3, 2-1) vs. El Toro (5-3, 2-1), 7 p.m.: Huntington Beach was unable to move the ball offensively against Trabuco Hills last week and lost to the Mustangs, 51-10. Starting quarterback Sean Guite was held to 109 yards passing and running back Jack Dilbeck ran for 64 yards. Senior Kaller Roemer led the team with his 105 all-purpose yards. El Toro, fresh off a 28-17 victory against Woodbridge, hopes to extend its winning streak to three against the Oilers.
SPORTS
By Tony Lee | September 2, 2009
One double-overtime loss. The 30-24 loss to Santiago High last year was the only blemish for Los Amigos High in the Garden Grove League under first-year head coach Carl Agnew, who led the Lobos to a 6-6, 4-1 in league, record and brought back the school’s first league title since 2003. For 2009, he hopes the Lobos finish first in league again, but with a better record and last longer than two rounds in the playoffs. “I think we walked into a situation last year where we didn’t know what we had,” Agnew said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | November 27, 2008
And then there was one. Los Amigos High will carry the local banner into the second week of the CIF Southern Section football playoffs Friday when the Lobos host Mayfair of Lakewood. The second-round Southern Division playoff game will kickoff at 7 p.m. at Garden Grove High. Los Amigos was the only team among four local schools to survive the opening week of postseason play last week, beating Segerstrom, 40-37, Friday. The Lobos pulled out the victory when quarterback Jose Gonzalez teamed with Rafat Khalil on a 27-yard touchdown pass in the final minutes.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | November 20, 2008
The Huntington Beach Oilers are heading back to the CIF football playoffs. The Oilers will be rejoining the postseason party for the first time since 2005 and join three other local teams — Fountain Valley, Los Amigos and Brethren Christian — in pursuing title dreams with first-round matchups this week. Huntington begins postseason play at 7:30 tonight by traveling to Placentia to battle El Dorado at Valencia High on opening night of the Southwest Division playoffs.
SPORTS
November 20, 2008
EDISON (7-3) Lahainaluna?43-10W LB Cabrillo?63-8W Dana Hills?48-20W Servite?29-17L Mater Dei?24-14W Newport Harbor ?14-7W Los Alamitos ?23-19L Marina ?55-14W Fountain Valley ?14-7W Esperanza ?16-3L ? FOUNTAIN VALLEY (7-3) Foothill (Nevada)?49-14W Tesoro?29-13L Pacifica?27-13W Aliso Niguel?48-14W Palos Verdes?17-3W Esperanza ?17-14L Newport Harbor ?22-21W Los Alamitos ?21-14 (OT)
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By Mike Sciacca | November 6, 2008
It’s now a two-game season for the Huntington Beach High football team. By overcoming a sloppy start to post a 44-17 victory Oct. 30 over Northwood, the Oilers picked up a crucial Sea View League victory — their first in three starts — to set themselves up for a possible CIF playoff berth. But before Huntington can look at the big picture, it will have to focus first on the game at hand this week. Huntington can square its Sea View League record at 2-2 and improve to 4-5 overall Friday by beating El Toro on the road.
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By Mike Sciacca | October 9, 2008
This is it, the final week of tune-up before the second leg of the season starts. Five local teams will play their final nonleague games of the season before embarking on important league play that begins next week. Los Amigos kicks off the schedule for the locals by hosting Northwood of Irvine tonight. On Friday, Ocean View is home to Estancia for homecoming, while Huntington travels to face Gardena and Marina plays at Western. Saturday finds Brethren Christian visiting Western Christian.
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