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April 13, 2011
The Huntington Beach boys' lacrosse team ran its record to 10-0 on April 6 by defeating visiting Newport Harbor, 13-5, at Cap Sheue Field. Senior attacker AJ Schaffner scored four goals to lead the way. Jace Gan scored three goals, senior midfielder Steven Koressel had three goals and two assists and senior midfielder Carsten Beith scored twice to pace the Huntington offense. Sophomore midfielder Grant Lowman scored once and senior defenseman Tyler Harchut posted his first goal of the season.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | October 19, 2011
HUNTINGTON BEACH - After close to two hours of intense action on the court, the Newport Harbor High girls' volleyball immediately left the gym. The Sailors had no reason to stick around at Edison on Wednesday night. They traveled, hoping to stay in contention for a Sunset League title. They lost ground in league play. The Chargers edged Newport Harbor, 26-24, 20-25, 33-35, 25-18, 15-12, to remain in the hunt for their first league crown in 10 years. The victory was Edison's third straight against the Sailors, two coming in league play.
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By: Chris Yemma | October 1, 2005
Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley knew going into the Sailors' contest against host Dana Hills Friday night that Dolphins' quarterback Grant Schwartz was a gifted athlete. Still, the Sailors weren't able to contain him. Schwartz, a senior who has had offers from Oregon, Boise State and Colorado State, accounted for five touchdowns and the Dolphins defeated the Sailors, 39-13, in a nonleague contest. Schwartz ran for two scores, threw for another two and returned a kickoff 92 yards for a touchdown while also anchoring a stifling pass defense.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 8, 2005
The Newport Harbor High football team typically emerges from its preseason scrimmage with an upbeat feeling of anticipation. This season, the Sailors came away with laundry list of areas in which Coach Jeff Brinkley wants to see immediate improvement. Brinkley enters his 20th season at the helm of the Sailors tonight at 7, when future Sunset League rival Fountain Valley visits for the nonleague season opener for both schools. The Sailors, coming off a 12-1-1 campaign in which they reached the CIF Southern Section Division VI title game, were humbled in Friday's scrimmage with visiting Trabuco Hills.
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By: Dave Thorpe | September 14, 2005
If you had a choice of how you'd like to start your season, defeating a perennial power wouldn't be a bad one. Chalk up a stellar start for the Newport Harbor boys water polo team. Clay Jorth netted four goals as the Sailors opened their season by defeating four-time defending CIF Southern Section Division I champion Long Beach Wilson, 9-5, on Tuesday afternoon at Newport Harbor High in a nonleague game. "I thought we played pretty well for the first game of the year," Newport Harbor Coach Jason Lynch said.
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By: Natalie Venegas | September 22, 2005
HUNTINGTON BEACH -- After a night filled with comeback rallying, the Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team fell to host Huntington Beach, 26-24, 25-23, 25-21, in an exciting nonleague game Wednesday. The Sailors (2-3) were led by junior talent Bryana Carey, a second-team All-Sea View League middle blocker last season who finished the night with eight kills and four aces. Sophomore Jamie Heenan also had four aces to go along with her eight kills. Setter Megan Munce and Megan Toman added six kills each, while Munce tallied five blocks and Toman had four.
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By: Matt Lewis | October 14, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls tennis team won dominantly at home against Irvine High Thursday afternoon, 18-0, in a Sea View League match. Newport Harbor debuted this week in the CIF Southern Section Division I rankings at No. 10. Thursday, the Sailors showed why they belonged there. Irvine came into the match with a record of 0-14, and 0-4 in league. If ever a team needed an easy match, it was Irvine. However, Newport Harbor was not in a charitable mood.
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By Candice Baker | April 16, 2014
Set sail for Newport: Visitors are welcome to view the 65th Newport to Ensenada International Yacht Race starting at 11 a.m. April 25 off the Balboa Pier. The last boat is expected to pass by at 1:30 p.m. More than 130 boats enter the competition, which involves a world-famous, 125-mile overnight race. Information: (949) 644-1023 or newporttoensenada.com . Wine with a view: The Winery Restaurant & Wine Bar opened a second location this week, at 3131 W. Coast Hwy., Newport Beach.
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By Michael Miller | June 27, 2012
Archie Gregory has spent four decades visiting schools, riding in parades and speaking at functions to deliver one basic message: that he is not a hero. Not now, not ever. In his mind, he wasn't a hero when the bombs first struck at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. Gregory, a sailor in the Navy who was serving on a repair ship, had stepped onto another vessel to visit an old school friend the moment the explosions began. The force threw him into the water and gave him a concussion that left a permanent scar.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 3, 2012
HUNTINGTON BEACH - A showdown for first place in the Sunset League ended rather quickly on Tuesday. The sun was still out by the time the Newport Harbor High boys' volleyball team left the Huntington Beach gym. The Sailors went home no longer perfect in league play and no longer on top of the league. The Sailors are the defending league champions, but the Oilers showed why they're the league favorites this season. Huntington Beach swept the Sailors, 25-22, 25-21, 25-20, ending Newport Harbor's 17-match league winning streak, which dated back to 2010.
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By Matt Szabo | January 4, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - The corner kicks racked up in the first five minutes of the game, three in a row for the Fountain Valley High boys' soccer team. Newport Harbor Coach Juan Mares did not like what he saw. More than an hour later, the Sailors had finally played with fire one too many times. Barons senior Eric Shearer scored a rebound goal off a corner kick in the 75th minute, lifting Fountain Valley to a 1-0 victory over Newport Harbor in the teams' Sunset League opener Wednesday at Davidson Field.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | October 21, 2011
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Coach Jeff Brinkley stood on the football field while his Newport Harbor High team walked back to the bus dejected. He said his Sailors had played better teams than Huntington Beach and will play better teams in the future. In the present, the Sailors dropped a crucial Sunset League game at Huntington Beach. Brinkley explained his team's 35-7 setback on Friday night. "They were more motivated," Brinkley said of the Oilers. "They were more motivated than we were.
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By Matt Szabo | October 19, 2011
NEWPORT BEACH - Newport Harbor High junior Curtis Fink has been feeling sick for more than a week. How sick? Fink said he vomited three times during the Sailors' nonleague victory over El Toro on Saturday. The past week, he's been down about 10 pounds. On Wednesday night, Newport Harbor had a must-win Sunset League showdown against Huntington Beach. It was not an ideal time for one of the Sailors' top players to be under the weather. Fink still came up huge. How huge?
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April 13, 2011
The Huntington Beach boys' lacrosse team ran its record to 10-0 on April 6 by defeating visiting Newport Harbor, 13-5, at Cap Sheue Field. Senior attacker AJ Schaffner scored four goals to lead the way. Jace Gan scored three goals, senior midfielder Steven Koressel had three goals and two assists and senior midfielder Carsten Beith scored twice to pace the Huntington offense. Sophomore midfielder Grant Lowman scored once and senior defenseman Tyler Harchut posted his first goal of the season.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | October 29, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — The buzz was there at the start for the Newport Harbor High football team. Buzzy Yokoyama created it when the running back suited up for the first time after missing the last three games with a dislocated right kneecap. What is still missing is the Sailors' offense. The return of Yokoyama did not help Newport Harbor avoid its second straight shutout in Sunset League play. The Sailors' league title hopes ended Friday after Edison held on and won, 7-0, at Huntington Beach High.
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From Staff Reports | October 6, 2010
The outcome of the highly competitive Orange County Field Hockey Assn. Invitational Tournament at Marina High left two teams as co-champions of the event Saturday. Huntington Beach and Newport Harbor No. 1 both suffered just one loss in the double-elimination tournament — beating each other — to share the title. The Oilers defeated Newport Harbor No. 2, 3-0, Glendora (1-0) and Newport Harbor No. 1 (1-0, overtime strokes). Their only loss was the Newport Harbor No. 1, 1-0, also in overtime strokes.
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