Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: HB Independent HomeCollectionsOcean View
IN THE NEWS

Ocean View

SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | July 5, 2007
Things went just about as perfect as possible for the Ocean View Little League All-Star team in its District 62 tournament opener against Costa Mesa American. So well, in fact, that Ocean View needed just four innings to get its first postseason win under its belt, a 22-0 romp Saturday at Robinwood Little League. Ocean View scored five runs in the opening inning, four more in the second, a whopping nine in the third and concluded the runaway with a four-run fourth inning before the game was halted by the mercy rule.
Advertisement
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | January 20, 2009
When Fabian Luna became head coach of the Huntington Beach High boys' basketball program three years ago, he said one of the first things he did was get on the phone and try to secure games against local schools. One school to take up his offer was Ocean View. Last year, the Oilers and Seahawks finally met on the hardwood and Huntington came away with a home court victory. Monday, the Seahawks welcomed Huntington to the Ocean View gymnasium, then promptly showed the Oilers the backdoor.
NEWS
February 22, 2001
The Ocean View School District Board of Trustees will hold two special meetings on March 13 and April 3 regarding the proposed auditoriums/gymnasiums slated for the middle schools. The first meeting will include the recommendations of each middle school community advisory committee on the proposed gyms. The recommendations will be available to the community March 15. At the second meeting in April, the board will review and discuss the funding, usage, location, size, design, traffic and parking at each site.
NEWS
July 13, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent Ocean View and Robinwood, two favorites for the 2000 District 62 All-Star Tournament title, opened Majors Division play last Saturday with two different types of victories. Competition in the double elimination tournament continues today (5 p.m.) and Saturday at both the Robinwood and Huntington Valley Little League playing fields.Ocean View 12, Huntington Valley 2 The game was scoreless through the first two innings before Ocean View erupted for six runs in the top of the third.
NEWS
September 7, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent To say that the 1999 season was one of excitement at Ocean View High is an understatement. For the first time in nine years, the program posted a winning record. For the first time in 10 years, the school reached the CIF Southern Section postseason playoff party. Not only that, but the 1999 Seahawks also lit up the scoreboard, scored more than 40 points on four occasions, topped the 30-point mark four other times, hit 56 points once, and went on to average 35 points per ballgame.
SPORTS
By Michael Sciacca | February 28, 2008
It wasn?t exactly the way Jimmy Harris had hoped Ocean View would go out. When Ocean View finished playing Knight of Palmdale Friday in the quarterfinal round of the CIF-Southern Section Division II-A boys? basketball playoffs, Harris, the co-head coach of the Seahawks along with his father, Jim, didn?t feel his squad brought its A game. The end result was a season-ending 61-52 loss to the Hawks. The teams were tied at 26 at the half, but sixth-seed Knight, led by 6-foot-8 Paul George and Kyree Jackson, both senior wings, outscored No. 3-seed Ocean View by 10 in the second half.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 13, 2007
Kicking off the start of its own Tournament of Champions on Monday, Ocean View jumped out to a big lead on Lakewood, withstood a second-half run by the Lancers and then went on to post a 69-56 win in boys’ basketball action. It was the opening game of the 20th annual tournament, which continues today and Friday, and concludes with championship-round action Saturday. Seahawks senior guard/forward Takeshi Clifford took over the first-half scoring, where he produced all of his game-high 21 points.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | February 23, 2013
IRVINE - It wasn't the ending envisioned, but it's the journey that the Ocean View High girls' water polo program will always cherish when the Seahawks look back on the season. Ocean View played from behind the entire way of Saturday's CIF Southern Section Division 7 championship game against Hemet at the William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center. The top-seeded Seahawks had their dream of winning the program's first section title in the sport denied by the third-seeded Bulldogs who earned a 6-2 victory.
Huntington Beach Independent Articles Huntington Beach Independent Articles
|