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By Mike Sciacca | February 12, 2009
The Sea View League boys? basketball race will be decided tonight. The Huntington Beach Oilers made certain that the title chase would go to the end of the regular season by scoring a thrilling, 67-65 overtime victory over visiting El Toro before a full house at Huntington. The win moved the Oilers to 7-2 in league and pulled them to within a game of league-leading El Toro, which suffered its first league loss in falling to 8-1. A win by the Chargers would have allowed them to repeat as league champion.
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By Matt Szabo | October 15, 2009
Following last week’s victory over San Juan Hills, Huntington Beach High football coach Eric Lo rattled off the names of his quarterback, running back and a key receiver. Seniors Sean Guite, Jack Dilbeck and Kaller Roemer had all come to play, and the Oilers earned a 49-35 victory. “We need that,” Lo said. “If we’re going to have success in league, we need those guys to step up like they did.” Guite and Roemer were known quantities heading into the season, Guite a second-team all-Sea View League selection a year ago on a pass-first offense with Roemer on the first team.
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By Mike Sciacca | August 31, 2006
Huntington Beach High enters its second century of existence in the 2006-07 school year. Coincidentally, the Oilers do so with a new league affiliation. Gone are the days of competing in the star-studded Sunset League, a time-honored alliance that has traditionally been home to Edison, Fountain Valley and Marina, and in recent years, Los Alamitos and Esperanza. In its place this year — and for the next four — is life in the Sea View League where the Oilers will co-exist with league holdovers Foothill and Woodbridge, and fellow newcomers El Toro, Northwood and Trabuco Hills.
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By Mike Sciacca | May 10, 2007
Five local athletes won individual titles and one relay team ran to a championship as the Sunset and Sea View leagues conducted track and field prelims and finals events last week. Huntington Beach High's boys' team, which turned in its first winning season in 18 years, earned a third-place finish in the final Sea View League standings in a finals meet held at Trabuco Hills High. Winning individual events for the Oilers were junior Josh Smith in the 400 (50.6) and senior Stephen Gabbard in the shotput (55-5 1/2 )
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By Mike Sciacca | March 13, 2008
A prep baseball season that is only a day shy of two weeks old already takes the excitement level to the next step: league play. On Friday, Edison and Marina will begin Sunset League play against one another while Huntington Beach begins Sea View League play and Ocean View begins defense of its Golden West League title. Marina won its first three games at the Loara Tournament then dropped its final two, losing in the semifinal round to eventual tourney champion and Sunset League rival, Los Alamitos, March 7 and then fell 11-3 to El Toro March 8 in the third-place game.
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November 1, 2007
TODAY ? Girls? Golf (TBA) CIF team finals ? Girls? Tennis (TBA) Sunset League finals (at Seal Beach Tennis Center) Sea View League finals (at Woodbridge High) ? Girls? Volleyball (5:45 p.m.) Edison at Fountain Valley Marina at Newport Harbor Foothill vs. Huntington (at Edison High) ? FRIDAY ? Boys? Water Polo (3:15 p.m.) Edison at Tustin ?
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By: Dave Thorpe | September 14, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls golf team boasts a solid group of young players, but it's the lone senior starter who makes it a legitimate league-title contender. Natalie Draganza returns for her fourth year on the varsity with impressive credentials. Draganza is a three-time Sea View League champion and defending three-time league MVP. She shot a 7-under-par 36 and took fourth place at the PGA Oak Valley Tournament of Champions recently. "She has great course management and she's very focused," Newport Harbor coach Scott Tarnow said.
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October 12, 2006
The Huntington Beach High girls' volleyball team got out of a recent rut with a sweep of Trabuco Hills in a Sea View League match. The Oilers posted a 25-14, 25-17, 25-17 victory over the host Mustangs on Friday. Kalyn Klaess had 14 digs, Tori Thompson five kills and 27 assists, Lindsey Benac 10 kills and three aces, Brooke Mullins six kills and two blocks and Jenna Catalano five kills, to lead the Oilers. "We have been in a rut, but tonight our team showed up to play," Huntington Coach Kim Clarke said.
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October 5, 2006
The Huntington Beach High girls' tennis team came up with a smashing effort in its Sea View League debut, as the Oilers defeated host Foothill, 13-5. Huntington overpowered the Knights in singles play, winning all nine sets. At No. 1 singles, Oilers senior Stacy Kaufman won by scores of 6-1, 6-0 and junior Leslie Lewis — subbing for Kaufman at No. 1 — won 6-4. Junior Jennifer Heumann swept her three Knights opponents by identical scores of 6-0 at No. 2 singles and junior Monica Stupaczuk won by scores of 6-3, 6-4, and freshman Kala Johnson — subbing for Stupaczuk — won by a 6-2 count.
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June 19, 2008
Huntington Beach High senior outside hitter Tony Ciarelli and Edison senior outside hitter Carl Eberts have been named to the 2008 All-CIF Southern Section LA 84 Athletic Award Division I boys? volleyball team. Ciarelli is one of nine players to be selected to the first team. He and Woodbridge senior setter Scott Liljistrom are the only players from the Sea View League to make the first team. Eberts was one of nine players to make the third team. He, along with Los Alamitos senior middle blocker Matt Markel and senior libero Andrew Thomason, were three Sunset League players to make the third team.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | October 15, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — Cole Blower's first varsity start at quarterback for Newport Harbor High came at a time the banged-up Sailors needed a spark. The junior responded to the call in a Sunset League opener Friday night at home. Blower threw two touchdown passes in the first half and the defense handled the rest, as the Sailors cruised past Huntington Beach, 28-6, and ended a two-game skid. Blower took the reins under center after the team's starting quarterback, Austin Rios, sat out due to suffering a concussion the previous week.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | September 8, 2010
They're baaaack . Huntington Beach, once a longtime resident of the Sunset League before moving to the Sea View League when several Orange County leagues went through realignment four years ago, is once again part of the Sunset Six. The Oilers replace Esperanza, which moved to the Century League. "We're glad to be back," fourth-year Oilers Coach Eric Lo said. "We can't wait to get started. " Lo and his Oilers enter the fall with high hopes, anticipating that a great run to end the 2009 season, coupled with a solid work ethic during the offseason, will translate to a successful 2010 campaign.
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May 20, 2010
The season came to an end Saturday for the Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team when the Oilers were swept by top-seed Mira Costa, 25-21, 25-18, 25-19, in a quarterfinal game in the CIF Southern Section Division I boys' volleyball playoffs at Mira Costa. Nick Siegle had 18 kills and Eric Bartlett added 14 digs for the Sea View League champion Oilers, who end their year at 27-5. Edison also saw its dream of a Division I title halted Saturday by visiting Corona del Mar, which rallied for a 25-23, 25-18, 21-25, 27-23 victory.
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By Matt Szabo | April 22, 2010
The Huntington Beach High boys’ volleyball team won a key Sea View League match Tuesday, sweeping Woodbridge, 26-24, 25-16, 25-16, in a battle for first place. The defending league champion Oilers (19-4, 5-0) are now in first place outright. Nick Siegel had 15 kills and Andrew Tenbrink added eight for the Oilers, ranked No. 5 in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll. Edison, meanwhile, suffered a tough Sunset League loss to Newport Harbor in five games, 21-25, 25-22, 20-25, 25-22, 16-14.
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By Matt Szabo | March 25, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — No one could top the Huntington Beach High boys’ volleyball team all weekend in the Orange County Championships. It was a close match, but the same was true Monday night, too. Huntington Beach rallied to top CdM, 18-25, 25-17, 15-12, in the Division I final at Edison High. The Oilers, ranked No. 3 in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll, went undefeated in six tournament matches. No. 4 Corona del Mar, meanwhile, lost its first two pool-play matches Friday — one to the Oilers — and qualified for the quarterfinals via a tiebreaker.
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By Mark Ratto | March 25, 2010
After back-to-back Golden West League titles, a CIF title and runner-up award and two deep runs into the state playoffs, Avery Johnson and Anthony Brown have had a couple of great years. All of this helped solidify this year’s Golden West League’s Most Valuable Player award, or rather, Most Valuable Players. The senior captains will share the award. The two, who each averaged 17.5 points per game, were instrumental in the team’s attempt to make it to its second straight Southern California final, only to come up short in the semifinal.
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By Matt Szabo | March 18, 2010
After helping the Ocean View High girls’ soccer team get to heights previously unknown, junior midfielder Mikhaila Bowden was rewarded with her second straight Golden West League Offensive Most Valuable Player award. Bowden helped the Seahawks to second in league and the team advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division V quarterfinals, the furthest the program had gone. Bowden was joined on the first team all-league by seniors Andrea Ecker, Rachel Drolet and Kara Pederson.
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By Herman Pinto | February 18, 2010
The torrential rains were gone and the sun came out to shine on the Edison High boys’ soccer team. With a 1-0 victory over Fountain Valley on Feb. 10, Edison (19-4-2, 9-1) claimed the Sunset League championship. Beating all odds with tremendous team play throughout this year’s campaign, the Edison boys again showed their character with a strong team performance in a hard-earned victory over cross-town rival Fountain Valley. After being held scoreless during the first half, Edison came on strong the second half with captain Adam Black making strong runs up the right flank causing chaos in the Fountain Valley defense.
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By Matt Szabo | February 4, 2010
SANTA ANA — One player tripped up the box, then another Tuesday afternoon at Segerstrom High. For the Ocean View High girls’ soccer team, those were potential penalty kicks and calls that the Seahawks never got in a crucial Golden West League game. Ocean View was plenty frustrated after falling to the Jaguars, 2-1. Segerstrom (10-2-2, 5-0-1) now leaps over Ocean View (10-6-4, 4-1-2) in the league standings and controls its own destiny. Segerstrom is the defending league champion, edging Ocean View by a point.
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By Matt Szabo | February 4, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — If junior standout Bonnie Samuelson is knocking down shots, the Edison High girls’ basketball team is formidable. If sophomores Rilee Horton and Lauren Grego are doing it, too, then the Chargers can appear nearly unstoppable. That’s the way it was Tuesday night at Edison High, as they took a 63-39 Sunset League victory over Marina. “We’ve been working on running the floor and we did a good job of that tonight,” Edison Coach Dan Wiley said.
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