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November 7, 2012
Ocean View High will play host to the 2012 Coaches for a Cause basketball extravaganza on Nov. 24 at the school's gymnasium. The day features nine prep matchups including games involving local schools Ocean View, Fountain Valley and Liberty Christian. Proceeds from the event benefit the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. The game schedule is as follows: Girls' basketball: 8 a.m.: Liberty Christian vs. Oxford Academy; 11 a.m.: Ocean View vs. La Quinta/Westminster. Boys' basketball: 9:30 a.m.: Liberty Christian vs. Oxford Academy; 12:30 p.m.: Magnolia vs. Calvary Chapel; 2 p.m.: Fountain Valley vs. La Habra; 3:30 p.m.: Villa Park vs. Roosevelt; 5 p.m.: Troy vs. Capistrano Valley; 6:30 p.m.: Westminster vs. Mission Viejo; 8 p.m.: Ocean View vs. Dana Hills.
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NEWS
By Michael Miller | March 7, 2012
Administrators at Ocean View High School plan to rent their Olympic-sized swimming pool to more groups after some in the community complained that the school had shown favoritism by supporting a club for which its aquatics director serves as a coach. _____________________ FOR THE RECORD: The March 8 story “More groups to get access to school pool” should have stated that the Olympic-sized swimming pool at Ocean View High School was funded through Certificates of Participation, a debt-instrument program used by school districts to finance facilities improvements.
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By Mike Sciacca | October 18, 2013
As the final seconds ticked away to end Thursday's Golden West League football game between Ocean View and Santa Ana, Ocean View football coach Luis Nunez gave a thumbs-up, turned and shouted, "good job," back at his players and coaching staff on the Seahawks' sideline, then headed toward midfield to exchange post-game handshakes with the Saints. Nunez jumped the gun a bit, though, as Santa Ana, trailing by two touchdowns, called a timeout. You can't blame Nunez for his enthusiasm, as his team was about to sew up its first victory of the season.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 23, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - The opportunities were there for the taking Friday, but the Ocean View baseball team couldn't find a way to take advantage in key situations. The Seahawks squandered scoring chances against rival Westminster in an showdown that determined the early leader in the Golden West League race. The visiting Lions, meanwhile, made the most of their opportunities and that difference gave them a 5-3 victory. The win kept Westminster perfect through the first week of league play and put the Lions at 3-0. Ocean View, which had won its first two league games, fell to 2-1. The Seahawks held a 2-1 lead through three innings but couldn't get to Westminster ace Tyler Mahle or reliever Octavio Valente the rest of the way. "We played not to lose, instead of playing to win," Ocean View Coach Shane Borowski said.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 7, 2013
TUSTIN — Less than two weeks ago, the Ocean View High boys' basketball team used a torrid shooting night to nearly upset Bellflower St. John Bosco in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs. In the first round of the CIF State Division 3 Regional playoffs Tuesday against Tustin, the Seahawks turned to their defense to hang with the host Tillers, a team that on Feb. 28 won the CIF Southern Section 3AAA championship. That defensive effort kept the Seahawks within striking distance, but the Tillers began to pull away midway through the third quarter, and went on to post a 65-48 victory.
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By Mike Sciacca | February 1, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - With the regular season coming down to its final week, the Ocean View boys' basketball team faced yet another challenger Friday that was looking to knock the Seahawks off the top perch in the Golden West League standings. Although the visiting Westminster Lions gave it their best shot, it wasn't enough to do the job. Ocean View overcame a slow start and feisty Westminster by finishing fast to grab a 57-42 victory that took the Seahawks to 8-0 in league play.
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By Mike Sciacca | June 5, 2010
LAKE ELSINORE – "I joined you in the club," Shane Borowski exclaimed as he and Steve Barrett bear-hugged each other late Saturday afternoon. Borowski indeed joined a select group of Ocean View High baseball coaches who have led their teams to a CIF Southern Section championship. On a hot day in Lake Elsinore, Ocean View scored single runs in the second and third innings to take the lead, then rode out the final four innings, to come away with a 2-1 victory over Bonita of La Verne to win the Division III championship at Storm Stadium.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 12, 2012
Ocean View High got its own Hawk Holiday Classic girls' basketball tournament off to a great start Monday by rolling to a 56-26 victory over Oxford Academy of Cypress. The Seahawks, who improved to 5-1, raced to a 15-1 lead after one quarter. Alexxas Laun scored a game-high 15 points and Deja Duke scored 11. Marina played its first game Tuesday at the Hawk Holiday Classic and the Vikings were edged, 55-48, by Tesoro. Natasha Mangham had 11 points and 11 rebounds, Melissa Lindquist scored eight points to go along with six steals and four assists, and Madison Yutkins scored nine points for the Vikings who slipped to 5-2. Tesoro wing Lea Wodach led all scorers with 27 points.
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By Mike Sciacca | July 24, 2008
The Ocean View 9/10 All-Star team keeps rolling along in Little League postseason play. Ocean View has won its first three games at the 9/10 Southern California South Sub-Divisional Tournament at Clairemont Hilltoppers Little League in San Diego. The three wins put undefeated Ocean View in the division championship series that began Wednesday. Ocean View met the winner of Rancho San Diego and Victorville Ribbons, played Tuesday night. The score from Wednesday?s game wasn?t available at press time.
NEWS
June 20, 2002
The Ocean View Little League A's took Costa Mesa National's top Minor A Division team to extra innings Monday at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley, then promptly sent the champs packing. Despite a lack of hits, the A's used several steals of home plate and went on to eliminate the Cardinals, 10-6, in seven innings, in an Area 1 first round game. Ocean View sent the game into extra innings after tying the game at 6-6 in the sixth and final inning.
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