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February 14, 2002
Mike Sciacca, Independent The CIF-Southern Section boys' and girls' basketball playoffs are underway this week, with seven teams participating in postseason play. On the boys' court, Marina, an at-large entry from the Sunset League, hosted Walnut of the Baseline League in a Division I-A wild-card game held Wednesday. A win by the Vikings would send them into a Friday first round game at South Coast League champion Mission Viejo. Also on Wednesday, Edison, the Sunset's No. 3 entry, hosted Warren, an at-large team out of the San Gabriel Valley League, in another Division I-A wild-card matchup.
NEWS
September 7, 2000
The 2000 prep football season officially opens tonight, but for the five local high school teams, the season kicks off with a full slate on Friday. Three of the five games will begin at 7 p.m., with the other two scheduled for 7:30 p.m. starts. What's more, just one of the five local teams, Marina, opens the season at home. The Vikings will make their debut at Huntington Beach High's Scheue Field against Paramount in a matchup between two playoff teams from a year ago. The game also marks the debut of Mike Dodd, who will coach his first game at Marina.
NEWS
By: | August 6, 2005
Former UC Irvine starting goalkeeper Marissa Welliver leads a group of seven newcomers who will join 13 returners on the Vanguard University women's soccer team when play begins this fall. Welliver, a junior, earned Big West Conference Player of the Week honors for the Anteaters last season. Joining Welliver at goalkeeper will be Lauren Danjoi, who helped St. Margaret's to an Academy League championship and a CIF semifinal berth. Allyson Basehart transfers to Vanguard, coached by Kerry Crooks, from Santiago Canyon College, where she played two seasons.
NEWS
September 21, 2000
To be the best, you have to play the best, and that certainly is the road the Marina High Vikings are taking in the 200 season... Marina's first three opponents this year - Paramount, Newport Harbor, Mayfair - won a combined 32 games in 1999, against four losses and a tie. Two of those schools (Newport Harbor, Mayfair) won league championships, and Paramount finished in second place. Newport Harbor also won the Division VI championship. No, taking the high road sure isn't easy.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
assignments Three local prep baseball teams have drawn first-round home assignments and one softball team will take to the road as the CIF-Southern Section office in Los Alamitos Monday released playoff pairings for both sports. Sunset League champion Edison, 23-4, will host a Division I first-round game on Friday. The Chargers will play the winner of the wild-card game between Claremont and Dana Hills, a contest played Tuesday. Claremont finished third in the Baseline League and Dana Hills was third in the South Coast League.
NEWS
December 23, 1999
Edison High and the girls varsity basketball program will host the inaugural Orange County Championships, a four-day basketball tournament that will run from Dec. 27-30 at the Edison gymnasium. The tournament has landed quite a field for its first endeavor, with eight of its teams ranked among the top 15 by area sports writers. All eight competing teams are reigning league champions, and posted a combined 76-4 record in league play during the 1999 season.
NEWS
February 17, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent Sunset League boys basketball co-champion Marina High, and Edison, which won the girls' Sunset race, both were awarded first round byes Sunday when the CIF Southern Section basketball division playoffs were announced. The Vikings, who rode a 16-game win streak during the course of the regular season en route to a 23-3 finish, will play at home Friday in its Division I-A opener. Marina will take on the winner of Wednesday's first round game between Buena and Saugus.
NEWS
October 5, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent First, one buzz saw. Now, comes another. Edison High, coming off a loss to top-ranked Mater Dei, will attempt to regain its winning form against Servite Saturday in the Independent's Game of the Week. And, speaking of form, the Servite Friars of 2000 so far this season have conjured up memories of their past perennial powerhouse teams. "They're a good, solid team, and one that has been playing extremely well all season," Edison Coach Dave White said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | February 19, 2009
The CIF Southern Section playoffs in girls? soccer, boys? soccer and girls? water polo continue today and Friday. ? Girls? Soccer Huntington Beach, Marina and Ocean View will play first-round games today. All games begin at 3 p.m. Huntington earned a first round Division I date today with Los Alamitos after the Oilers defeated Tesoro in overtime Tuesday, 2-1, in a wild-card game at Edison High. Courtney Larson scored the game-winning goal to extend the Oilers?
NEWS
September 28, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent Coming off their most impressive showing of the 2000 prep football season, the Huntington Beach High Oilers will get a chance tonight to build upon that success when they take on Mission Viejo in a nonleague encounter. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at Mission Viejo High. Last Friday's 17-0 shutout of Capistrano Valley brought a boost of confidence to the Oiler camp. It came just in time, too, as Mission Viejo figures to be Huntington Beach's toughest nonleague opponent.
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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 28, 2009
A strong postseason showing for Huntington Beach high school baseball teams continued Tuesday, as Edison, Marina and Huntington Beach all won games to advance to the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. Edison and Marina both advanced with Division I road victories. The Chargers smashed West Ranch, 13-1, while Marina got by Vista Murietta, 5-3. In Division II, Huntington Beach edged Arlington, 3-1. But in Division IV, Ocean View?s season ended in the second round as the Seahawks lost to Downey, 3-1. Edison senior Chris Czerniachowski was two for four with a double, home run and five runs batted in for the Sunset League champion Chargers, who will play at Dana Hills Friday in a quarterfinal game.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | February 19, 2009
The CIF Southern Section playoffs in girls? soccer, boys? soccer and girls? water polo continue today and Friday. ? Girls? Soccer Huntington Beach, Marina and Ocean View will play first-round games today. All games begin at 3 p.m. Huntington earned a first round Division I date today with Los Alamitos after the Oilers defeated Tesoro in overtime Tuesday, 2-1, in a wild-card game at Edison High. Courtney Larson scored the game-winning goal to extend the Oilers?
NEWS
By: | August 6, 2005
Former UC Irvine starting goalkeeper Marissa Welliver leads a group of seven newcomers who will join 13 returners on the Vanguard University women's soccer team when play begins this fall. Welliver, a junior, earned Big West Conference Player of the Week honors for the Anteaters last season. Joining Welliver at goalkeeper will be Lauren Danjoi, who helped St. Margaret's to an Academy League championship and a CIF semifinal berth. Allyson Basehart transfers to Vanguard, coached by Kerry Crooks, from Santiago Canyon College, where she played two seasons.
NEWS
February 17, 2005
Mike Sciacca One year ago, the Huntington Beach High girls' basketball team was nowhere on the radar of the CIF-Southern Section playoffs. Not even a blip. Boy, what a difference a year can make. Since going 5-20 overall and winless in Sunset League play during the 2003-04 season, the Oilers have, to put it in basketball terms, rebounded quite well a season later. They finished fifth in the Sunset standings, but more importantly, won 16 games and qualified for a CIF playoff berth.
NEWS
May 22, 2003
assignments Three local prep baseball teams have drawn first-round home assignments and one softball team will take to the road as the CIF-Southern Section office in Los Alamitos Monday released playoff pairings for both sports. Sunset League champion Edison, 23-4, will host a Division I first-round game on Friday. The Chargers will play the winner of the wild-card game between Claremont and Dana Hills, a contest played Tuesday. Claremont finished third in the Baseline League and Dana Hills was third in the South Coast League.
NEWS
February 14, 2002
Mike Sciacca, Independent The CIF-Southern Section boys' and girls' basketball playoffs are underway this week, with seven teams participating in postseason play. On the boys' court, Marina, an at-large entry from the Sunset League, hosted Walnut of the Baseline League in a Division I-A wild-card game held Wednesday. A win by the Vikings would send them into a Friday first round game at South Coast League champion Mission Viejo. Also on Wednesday, Edison, the Sunset's No. 3 entry, hosted Warren, an at-large team out of the San Gabriel Valley League, in another Division I-A wild-card matchup.
NEWS
October 5, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent First, one buzz saw. Now, comes another. Edison High, coming off a loss to top-ranked Mater Dei, will attempt to regain its winning form against Servite Saturday in the Independent's Game of the Week. And, speaking of form, the Servite Friars of 2000 so far this season have conjured up memories of their past perennial powerhouse teams. "They're a good, solid team, and one that has been playing extremely well all season," Edison Coach Dave White said.
NEWS
September 28, 2000
Mike Sciacca, Independent Coming off their most impressive showing of the 2000 prep football season, the Huntington Beach High Oilers will get a chance tonight to build upon that success when they take on Mission Viejo in a nonleague encounter. Game time is set for 7 p.m. at Mission Viejo High. Last Friday's 17-0 shutout of Capistrano Valley brought a boost of confidence to the Oiler camp. It came just in time, too, as Mission Viejo figures to be Huntington Beach's toughest nonleague opponent.
NEWS
September 21, 2000
To be the best, you have to play the best, and that certainly is the road the Marina High Vikings are taking in the 200 season... Marina's first three opponents this year - Paramount, Newport Harbor, Mayfair - won a combined 32 games in 1999, against four losses and a tie. Two of those schools (Newport Harbor, Mayfair) won league championships, and Paramount finished in second place. Newport Harbor also won the Division VI championship. No, taking the high road sure isn't easy.
NEWS
September 7, 2000
The 2000 prep football season officially opens tonight, but for the five local high school teams, the season kicks off with a full slate on Friday. Three of the five games will begin at 7 p.m., with the other two scheduled for 7:30 p.m. starts. What's more, just one of the five local teams, Marina, opens the season at home. The Vikings will make their debut at Huntington Beach High's Scheue Field against Paramount in a matchup between two playoff teams from a year ago. The game also marks the debut of Mike Dodd, who will coach his first game at Marina.
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