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SPORTS
October 30, 2008
TODAY Girls? Tennis (3 p.m.) ?Edison at Marina ?Fountain Valley at Los Alamitos ?Huntington at Northwood ?Westminster at Ocean View Cross-Country (3 p.m.) ?Ocean View at Orange Girls? Golf (TBA) ?CIF divisional playoffs Field Hockey (3:15 p.m.) ?Edison at Huntington ?Fountain Valley at Marina Boys? Water Polo (3:15 p.m.) ?Ocean View at Orange Girls? Volleyball (6:30 p.m.) ?Huntington at Northwood Football (7 p.m.)
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NEWS
September 23, 2004
Friday -- at Santa Fe (Pioneer High) -- Edison (3-0) 34 Servite 9 28 San Clemente 13 29 Capo Valley 0 -- Oct. 1 -- vs. Mater Dei (Orange Coast College) Oct. 15 -- vs. Huntington Beach (homecoming) Oct. 22 -- at Los Alamitos (Veterans Stadium) Oct. 28 -- vs. Marina Nov. 5 -- vs. Fountain Valley (Angel Stadium) Nov. 12 -- vs. Esperanza ( home games played at Huntington Beach High) -- Huntington Beach (1-0-1)
SPORTS
September 7, 2006
Edison (1-0) 35 … Diamond Ranch … 6 Friday: at San Clemente Sept. 15: vs. L.A. Jordan Sept. 23: at Servite (at Glover Stadium) Sept. 29: vs. Mater Dei (at Orange Coast College) Oct. 6: bye Oct. 13: vs. Marina Oct. 20: vs. Esperanza (at Orange Coast College) Oct. 27: vs. Newport Harbor Nov. 3: vs. Fountain Valley (at Cerritos College) Nov. 9: at Los Alamitos (at Veterans Stadium) ( all home games at Huntington Beach High School)
NEWS
By: | September 29, 2005
Huntington Beach Team Neighbor pressured the Diamond Bar Heat throughout their National Junior Basketball contest last weekend, and the locals came away with a 44-19 victory in a girls' All-Net division game at Orange Coast College. Team Neighbor, playing with just six players, didn't let up on its pressure until the final buzzer, coach Tim Brennan said. "We kept the Heat off balance with relentless defensive pressure throughout the contest," Brennan said.
NEWS
September 30, 2004
Fri. -- vs. Mater Dei (Orange Coast College) -- Edison (4-0) 34 Servite 9 28 San Clemente 13 29 Capo Valley 0 30 Santa Fe 0 -- Oct. 15 -- vs. Huntington Beach (homecoming) Oct. 22 -- at Los Alamitos (Veterans Stadium) Oct. 28 -- vs. Marina Nov. 5 -- vs. Fountain Valley (Angel Stadium) Nov. 12 -- vs. Esperanza ( home games played at Huntington Beach High) -- Huntington Beach (2-0-1) 21 Los Amigos 21 42 Costa Mesa 28 24 Laguna Hills 14 -- Tonight -- vs. Century Oct. 8 -- at Trabuco Hills Oct. 15 -- at Edison Oct. 22 -- vs. Fountain Valley Oct. 29 -- vs. Esperanza Nov. 5 -- vs. Marina (homecoming)
SPORTS
April 30, 2009
The South roster has been released for the 50th annual Brea Lions Orange County North-South Prep All-Star Football Game, and it includes six players from the Huntington Beach/Fountain Valley area. Offensive linemen Andy Palacios of Fountain Valley High (6 feet, 245 pounds) and Bryce Brantley of Edison (6-2, 225) were the lone offensive players selected. On the defensive end, linemen Will Andrew of Edison (6-2, 220) and Awwad Yasin of Fountain Valley (5-11, 180) were named, as were linebackers Artie O?
LOCAL
February 2, 2007
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SPORTS
September 25, 2008
Saturday?s football game between Golden West College and Orange Coast College, now known as ?The West-Coast Showdown,? went down to the wire, and it was Orange Coast that rallied to win the American Mountain Conference game. Ray Holley scored on a 1-yard run with 30 seconds left to give the Pirates a 16-13 victory over the Rustlers at OCC?s LeBard Stadium. Rustlers quarterback Michael VanDeripe completed 19 of 30 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns, both to wide receiver Lavasier Tuinei, who caught five passes for 128 yards.
NEWS
By: | September 13, 2005
Three players had two goals apiece to help the Orange Coast College men's soccer team trounce visiting San Diego Mesa, 10-0, in a nonconference game Monday. Freshmen midfielders Dave Barnett, Matt Brummett and Ian Cone all found the net twice to help the Pirates improve to 4-0-1. It was the first double-digit scoring performance for OCC since it defeated the Olympians, 12-2, in 2000. Joel Walker, a Newport Harbor High product, Eric Nutter, Scott Locken and Warren Junowich, also a former Newport Harbor standout, added single goals for the winners.
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