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May 13, 2013
Marina, Edison, Huntington Beach and Ocean View softball teams learned of their respective opponents in the CIF Southern Section playoffs, as pairings were released Monday. In Division 1, Marina (24-3), the Sunset League champion, plays host to Tuesday's wild-card winner in Thursday's first round. The Vikings await the winner between Corona (17-14, Big VIII League at-large) at Moreno Valley Rancho Verde (14-9, Inland Valley League No. 3) Edison (20-10), the Sunset League second-place team, plays at Moreno Valley Valley View (13-14, Inland Valley League No. 2)
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By Mike Sciacca | May 1, 2013
When the Ocean View softball team dropped an early Golden West League showdown at home to Segerstrom in early April, it forced the Seahawks to immediately play catch-up in the chase for the 2013 league crown. That 5-0 loss on April 11 put Ocean View and Segerstrom one game behind Loara, which, in a league opener two days earlier, had edged Segerstrom, 1-0. That win gave Loara early confidence, and early league lead, as they took a 4-0 record into the final game of the first half of league play.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 20, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - By not being able to take care of the little things Friday, the Ocean View baseball team took a step backward in Golden West League play. Segerstrom parlayed a one-out rally in the fourth inning into five runs, used another one-out rally in the fifth to pad its lead, and went on to score a 10-1 victory over the host Seahawks. It was the second win in three days for the Jaguars over the Seahawks, and Friday's outcome left both teams at 4-5 in league play. Segerstrom posted a 12-8 win Wednesday over Ocean View.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 3, 2013
Marina High and Ocean View weren't scheduled to meet during the course of the prep baseball regular season, but by virtue of what transpired during the opening of the of the Ryan Lemmon Invitational, the neighboring schools worked their way to a chance encounter on the diamond. Both the Vikings and Seahawks dropped their tournament openers on Saturday, came back Monday to win their next games which paired the teams against each other in a second-round game of the consolation bracket.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 27, 2013
So far, so good, for the Huntington Beach boys' volleyball team. The Oilers passed their first two tests of the Sunset League season in the past week capped by a 25-20, 25-21, 25-17 sweep on Tuesday of host Marina. The win moved the Oilers, ranked fourth in CIF Southern Section Division 1, to 12-2 overall. It also kept them tied atop the league standings with Newport Harbor, a team the Oilers play host to Thursday. Senior middle blocker Emmett Ross and junior libero Jake Weiser led Huntington with five kills each.
SPORTS
March 27, 2013
Thursday Track and Field (2 p.m.) Edison vs. Los Alamitos/Fountain Valley Marina/Newport Harbor at Huntington Beach (3 p.m.) Westminster at Ocean View Boys' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Marina vs. Edison (at SeaCliff CC) Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Marina at Edison Huntington at Newport Harbor Ocean View at Orange Swimming (3 p.m.) Huntington at Marina Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Huntington Beach at Edison Fountain Valley at Marina (7 p.m.)
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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 20, 2013
The road proved friendly to Marina, Fountain Valley and Ocean View during opening day of league play Friday. Both Marina and Fountain Valley started Sunset League play with big victories, while Ocean View held on at Santa Ana to take its Golden West League opener. Edison was the lone local team to play at home Friday, and the Chargers were defeated by Newport Harbor. Marina rode the pitching of Austin Olivas (2-0) and a late scoring push to come away with a 4-1 victory at Los Alamitos.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 20, 2013
On a team, and league, full of talented players, Ocean View High's Kendall Small found a way to steal the spotlight, so to speak. The sophomore guard, who damaged the opposition through several ways on the court, has been named the Most Valuable Player on the 2012-13 All-Golden West League boys' basketball team. Small heads a team that includes four of his Ocean View teammates: senior Josh Mishler, juniors Dillon Reise and Jelani Jackson, and fellow sophomore, Tyler Burch. Small averaged 20.8 points, 6.3 rebounds, 4.6 steals, and three assists per game.
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