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By Mike Sciacca | August 21, 2013
The Marina High Vikings started work on their upcoming, 2013 football season with their first fall camp workout on Aug. 12. In eight short days, they'll launch their season and do so with several starters back from a three-win 2012 team. Coach George Pascoe begins his fourth year as head coach with nine returning starters from a team that last year went 3-7 and placed seven players on the All-Sunset League team. Two of those players, tight end/running back/linebacker James Myers, and kicker Landon Marshall, earned All-Sunset League honors last year and return for their senior year.
By Mike Sciacca | August 14, 2013
The second time around is presenting Luis Nunez with new challenges. Nunez is about to begin his second year as head coach of the Ocean View High football program. His initial team won four games in 2012 and tied for third place in the Golden West League. Gone from that unit are several key players but Nunez has a few returning weapons that could bolster a squad that he says is "thin at all positions. " "This year's team has more talent than last year but it is lacking the intangibles that last year's team had," said Nunez who also coaches the offensive line.
By Mike Sciacca | July 19, 2013
Little League District 62 All-Star teams completed a four-division sweep in Section 10 tournament play Wednesday when the Huntington Valley Little League (12-year-old) All-Star and the Ocean View 9-10 All-Star teams earned championships. On Tuesday, the Ocean View 10-11 and 8-9 All-Star teams won Section 10 titles. - Huntington Valley trips Viejo to take Section 10 crown Huntington Valley won the Section 10 Little League All-Stars title by holding off Viejo (District 68)
By Mike Sciacca | July 17, 2013
Marina High's boys' basketball team wrapped up play in Los Alamitos/Marina summer league play with a pair of games this week. On Monday, Marina took on NBC International Tours, a team from Brazil, and won, 55-42, at Marina. The Vikings played their final summer game Wednesdayagainst Liberty Christian. The score from Wednesday's game wasn't available at press time. Marina Coach Nick Racklin said that NBC Tours-Brazil is a "club-type team," and learned that from his friend, Rhett Soliday, men's basketball head basketball coach at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa, that NBC Tours-Brazil was heading to California and Washington to play a series of games.
By Mike Sciacca | July 10, 2013
The 2013 District 62 Little League All-Star Tournament is in the books. Three local Little League teams, Huntington Valley's Major division All-Stars, Ocean View's 9/10 All-Stars, and Ocean View's 8/9 All-Stars, turned back their respective opponents in two week's time to take district banners at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. During the multi-division tournament, which started on June 22, Ocean View won district championships in the 10/11, 8/10, 8/9, and Intermediate divisions.
July 5, 2013
Kendall Small will transfer from Ocean View High, Ocean View Athletic Director and boys' basketball coach Tim Walsh said Friday. Walsh confirmed that Small is leaving Ocean View and it is his understanding that the 6-foot point guard will transfer to Lakewood Mayfair High. Small played varsity basketball and started at Ocean View in both his freshman and sophomore years. The junior-to-be is a two-time All-Golden West League player and was the league's Most Valuable Player this year.
July 3, 2013
District 62 championships will be on the line this weekend in three divisions as the 2013 Little League All-Stars tournament comes to a close. The double-elimination event ends with Major, 9/10, and 8/9 division championship series taking place at Mile Square Park in Fountain Valley. Undefeated Huntington Valley will meet once-beaten Ocean View in the Major All-Star championship series. Opening game is at 1 p.m. Saturday at Field 15 at Mile Square Park. If necessary, a second game will be played at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday.
By Anthony Clark Carpio and By Anthony Clark Carpio | June 28, 2013
Attorneys acting on behalf of the Ocean View School District in Huntington Beach have appealed a proposed 510-unit apartment complex out of concern for how it would affect its schools. Planning commissioners Tuesday reviewed the Pedigo Apartments project, which is proposed for the southwest corner of Edinger Avenue and Gothard Street. Associate Planner Jill Arabe briefed commissioners on the project and noted an appeal made by the district's attorneys Monday. Connor, Fletcher & Williams LLP sent Arabe a letter stating several concerns about the development, mainly that it would generate additional students that the school district cannot accommodate.
By Mike Sciacca | June 19, 2013
First-inning fireworks determined the outcome of the Major division championship game of the 2013 Little League District 62 Tournament of Champions. The Marlins and Tigers, both from Ocean View Little League, did all of their respective scoring in the opening frame. The Marlins overcame a 2-0 deficit to pull ahead and hold on for a 3-2 victory Saturday to claim the district banner at Murdy Park. The Major final was one of three division finals played Saturday at OVLL's home field.
By Mike Sciacca | May 22, 2013
The second round of the CIF Southern Section softball playoffs proved to be the undoing for three local teams. On Tuesday, Marina and Edison were eliminated from title contention in Division 1, and Ocean View the same in Division 4. Sunset League champion Marina held the lead at Etiwanda late but the host Eagles rallied in the bottom of the seventh inning to pull out a 6-5 victory to move on to Thursday's quarterfinals. Sophomore Emili Olague went two for three with a double and two runs batted in , and senior Bella Secaira had a single and RBI for Marina.
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