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By: | October 7, 2005
TODAY Football (7 p.m.) Laguna at Tesoro SATURDAY Girls' JV Volleyball (TBA) Laguna at Newport Harbor Tourney MONDAY Girls' Volleyball (5:15 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna JV Volleyball (4 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna Frosh/Soph Volleyball (4 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna TUESDAY Girls' Tennis (3 p.m.) Calvary Chapel at Laguna JV Tennis (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Calvary Chapel WEDNESDAY Boys' Water Polo (4 p.m.)
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By: Matt Lewis | October 6, 2005
Water polo fans know the Pacific Coast League is not easy, and it's hard to win league matches on the road. It looks even more difficult when your Pacific Coast League opener is on the road at Northwood, ranked No. 6 in CIF Southern Section Division I. Corona del Mar High's boys water polo ignored any possible excuses, and took an early lead in the league standings Wednesday in winning, 10-7, at Northwood. "Northwood, is always a tough road game.
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By: Mike Sciacca | October 7, 2005
The Laguna Beach High football team had a different game plan for last Friday's Pacific Coast League opener against Northwood. When you meet a program as sound as the one found at Northwood, a team must be thoroughly prepared. You might say that Laguna entered the game against the favored Timberwolves on a wing and a prayer. Actually, it was the wing T, an offense coach Jimmy Nolan installed for the game. "I took a gamble," Nolan said. "I thought I could catch Northwood with the element of surprise by installing the wing T. This plan backfired on us, and we were completely shut down all first half, and it put our defense in horrible position again and again.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 27, 2008
Three members of the Huntington girls? basketball team have been named to the 2008 All-Sea View League team. Huntington senior center Jasmine Erving and junior point guard Noelani Viloria were named to the first team and junior power forward Sarah Hoagland was named second-team. ?It was definitely expected that Jasmine and Noe would be up there, seeing as how they were among the top players in the league,? Huntington Coach Russell McClurg said. ?Both have been first-team all-league since they were freshmen.
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By: Barry Faulkner | October 7, 2005
Seldom have two plays formed more poignant parentheses around the story of one football game as the ones that opened and, virtually closed Northwood High's 21-0 Pacific Coast League victory over visiting Corona del Mar Thursday night. On the first play from scrimmage, Northwood linebacker Mark Bentrott hammered a CdM ball carrier, forcing a fumble. The Timberwolves' Michael Ciaccio scooped up the loose ball and sprinted 19 yards for a touchdown. Alex Metskas kicked the first of his three conversions and the hosts led, 7-0, with only eight seconds elapsed at Irvine High.
SPORTS
By By Mike Sciacca | December 15, 2005
Twelve teams are coming to town for varsity tournament. Two days after 13 prep boys' basketball teams finish play at the Tournament of Champions at Ocean View High, 12 girls' teams will be ushered into the school's gymnasium to compete at the first Ocean View Girls' Varsity Tournament. Teams from throughout the CIF-Southern Section will contend for the tournament title, with play beginning at 4 p.m. Monday. The teams will be split into four pools. Games continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Dec. 22, with consolation and championship round finals slated for Dec. 23. The tournament final will tip off at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 23. "We're looking forward to the tournament," Ocean View girls' coach Jim Harris said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | January 2, 2008
The 2008 Sunset League basketball races get underway tonight with a full slate of girls’ action. On Friday, the boys take the court for their league openers. In girls’ league action at 7 p.m. tonight, Edison hosts Marina. Friday at 7 p.m., boys’ play finds Edison at Marina. Huntington Beach teams begin Sea View League play next week when the Oiler girls visit Northwood Tuesday and the boys’ team plays at Northwood on Wednesday. Ocean View’s boys’ and girls’ teams begin defense of the Golden West League title with the launch of league play next week.
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By: Mike Sciacca | October 14, 2005
A bye week never looked so good. Having opened the 2005 Pacific Coast League race against the two teams that have dominated the league in the last five years, the Laguna Beach High football team is in the midst of a 12-day break between games. The Breakers are far from idle, however, as they prepare for a Thursday league clash with Corona del Mar at Newport Harbor High. Laguna also is using the time to regroup following losses to Northwood and Tesoro, the defending league and CIF-Southern Section Division IX champion.
NEWS
By: | September 16, 2005
The Newport Harbor High field hockey team remains undefeated following a 2-0 victory over visiting Bonita Thursday at the Harper Community Center. Junior Robin Ibbetson scored early in the second half for the Sailors (7-0) on an assist from senior Sasha Grumann. Senior Danica Kalmbach added a security goal late in the second half. Newport visits Harvard-Westlake at 11 a.m. Saturday. Eagles win pair VOLLEYBALL: Estancia High's girls volleyball team won two matches in pool play at the Poway tournament Thursday evening.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | October 6, 2010
The outcome of the highly competitive Orange County Field Hockey Assn. Invitational Tournament at Marina High left two teams as co-champions of the event Saturday. Huntington Beach and Newport Harbor No. 1 both suffered just one loss in the double-elimination tournament — beating each other — to share the title. The Oilers defeated Newport Harbor No. 2, 3-0, Glendora (1-0) and Newport Harbor No. 1 (1-0, overtime strokes). Their only loss was the Newport Harbor No. 1, 1-0, also in overtime strokes.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 20, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - At one point in the 2012-13 season, the Ocean View boys' basketball team sported a 7-5 record. On Friday , the Seahawks will play in the CIF Southern Section Division 3A semifinals. Ocean View, the No. 4 seed, reserved a spot in the 3A Final Four by fending off a late rally by No. 5-seed Northwood for a 68-59 home-court victory Tuesday. The win sends the Seahawks, who have won 16 of their last 17 games, on to a 7 p.m. Friday matchup at top-ranked Bellflower St. John Bosco.
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By Mike Sciacca | May 17, 2012
HUNTINGTON BEACH — It took a few days for the Ocean View softball team to put a tough setback in the past late last week. On Thursday, the Seahawks looked like a rejuvenated team. Ocean View started the CIF Southern Section Division 4 softball playoffs at home Thursday and owned Northview of Covina from the start. The Seahawks jumped on the Vikings early and often and rode a quick start to a 7-0 victory. The win advances the Seahawks (17-9) to a second-round game Tuesday when they will face Freeway League champion La Habra.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | October 6, 2010
The outcome of the highly competitive Orange County Field Hockey Assn. Invitational Tournament at Marina High left two teams as co-champions of the event Saturday. Huntington Beach and Newport Harbor No. 1 both suffered just one loss in the double-elimination tournament — beating each other — to share the title. The Oilers defeated Newport Harbor No. 2, 3-0, Glendora (1-0) and Newport Harbor No. 1 (1-0, overtime strokes). Their only loss was the Newport Harbor No. 1, 1-0, also in overtime strokes.
SPORTS
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 31, 2008
When Marina and Edison met up Thursday night at Orange Coast College in Sunset League football action, both teams came into the game coming off stinging losses. Edison suffered its first defeat in a four-point road loss to Los Alamitos, while Marina saw its shot at getting that first league win slip away in overtime against Esperanza. There was no suspense, however, in Thursday's meeting. Behind an offense working on a cylinders and a defense that didn't yield a point until the second half, Edison rolled to a 55-14 victory for its ninth straight win in the series between the Huntington Beach schools.
SPORTS
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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By Mike Sciacca | March 27, 2008
Three members of the Huntington girls? basketball team have been named to the 2008 All-Sea View League team. Huntington senior center Jasmine Erving and junior point guard Noelani Viloria were named to the first team and junior power forward Sarah Hoagland was named second-team. ?It was definitely expected that Jasmine and Noe would be up there, seeing as how they were among the top players in the league,? Huntington Coach Russell McClurg said. ?Both have been first-team all-league since they were freshmen.
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By Mike Sciacca | January 2, 2008
The 2008 Sunset League basketball races get underway tonight with a full slate of girls’ action. On Friday, the boys take the court for their league openers. In girls’ league action at 7 p.m. tonight, Edison hosts Marina. Friday at 7 p.m., boys’ play finds Edison at Marina. Huntington Beach teams begin Sea View League play next week when the Oiler girls visit Northwood Tuesday and the boys’ team plays at Northwood on Wednesday. Ocean View’s boys’ and girls’ teams begin defense of the Golden West League title with the launch of league play next week.
NEWS
By Vic Leipzig and Lou Murray | August 16, 2006
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SPORTS
By By Mike Sciacca | December 15, 2005
Twelve teams are coming to town for varsity tournament. Two days after 13 prep boys' basketball teams finish play at the Tournament of Champions at Ocean View High, 12 girls' teams will be ushered into the school's gymnasium to compete at the first Ocean View Girls' Varsity Tournament. Teams from throughout the CIF-Southern Section will contend for the tournament title, with play beginning at 4 p.m. Monday. The teams will be split into four pools. Games continue on Tuesday, Wednesday and Dec. 22, with consolation and championship round finals slated for Dec. 23. The tournament final will tip off at 7:30 p.m., Dec. 23. "We're looking forward to the tournament," Ocean View girls' coach Jim Harris said.
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