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By Matt Szabo | October 24, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH — The Huntington Beach High football team drove the ball down the field, perhaps surprising visiting Trabuco Hills early in the teams’ Sea View League showdown Thursday night. Then, an interception at the Mustangs’ three-yard line. The rest of the half? Six Oilers punts. A game after Huntington Beach shocked defending league champ Foothill, the Oilers came back down to earth. And Trabuco Hills showed why it was considered a favorite to win league this year after posting a 51-10 victory.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 14, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Ray Fenton preached to his Fountain Valley High football team the value of lessons learned late Friday. The first-year coach of the Barons urged his players to take his postgame words to heart, hoping that they would draw upon their experience, although tough to do so just coming off a close defeat, to make progress in the coming weeks. Fountain Valley and Trabuco Hills were locked in a nonleague battle at Huntington Beach High's Cap Sheue Field that wasn't decided until the final minute.
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By Mike Sciacca | May 27, 2010
"One, we are the Mustangs. Two, we still can't hear you. Three, a little bit louder...we are number one ." The cheer, shouted loud, proud and in unison from the Trabuco Hills dugout, turned out to be premature. At the time, though, the Mustangs had the right to be feeling pretty confident, playing on the road and holding a 2-0 lead over Marina with two out — and the third out just a pitch away — in the bottom of the sixth inning of Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division I softball second-round playoff game.
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January 4, 2007
TODAY Girls' Soccer (3 p.m.) Edison at Newport Harbor Trabuco Hills at Huntington Marina at Los Alamitos Wrestling (4 p.m.) Newport Harbor at Edison Trabuco Hills at Huntington Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) Edison at Newport Harbor Huntington at Trabuco Hills Ocean View at Costa Mesa Marina at Los Alamitos FRIDAY Boys' Soccer (3 p.m.) Newport Harbor at Edison Los Alamitos at Marina Wrestling (3 p.m.)
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January 10, 2008
Eight members of the Huntington Beach High football team have been named to the 2007 All-Sea View League Football Team. Four members ? seniors Justin Niutapuai, Johnny Olivé, Josh Smith and Jason Spangler ? made the first team. Four other seniors ? Nick Gordan, Jimmy Elby, Anthony Vidal and Keith Roberts ? made the second team. ? Offensive Player of the Year Matt Wagner, senior, Trabuco Hills ? Defensive Player of the Year Gabe Lemon, junior, Trabuco Hills ?
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October 14, 1999
ROLL CALL EDISON (5-0) 32 Punahou 6 62 Cypress 14 42 Capo Valley 27 34 Arcadia 7 FOUNTAIN VALLEY (3-2) 7 Dana Hills 6 17 Centennial 31 16 La Mirada 7 41 Servite 0 0 Trabuco Hills 13 HUNTINGTON BEACH (4-1) 25 Downey 21 34 Torrance 10 7 LB Millikan 6 13 Paramount 34 14 Dana Hills 7 MARINA (2-2-1) 28 Corona del Mar 7 21 Newport Harbor 21 14 Upland 24 42 Westminster 26 20 Mission Viejo 28 OCEAN VIEW (4-1)
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July 10, 2008
Several of the CIF Southern Section?s top prep football teams, including programs that won Southern Section titles in 2007, will gather Saturday at Edison High to take part in the Battle of the Beach Passing Tournament, hosted by the Chargers football program. The all-day event begins with pool play at 9 a.m. and continues with games at 10 and 11. Play will continue in the afternoon, leading up to the championship game at 3 p.m. Joining host Edison in the event is Mater Dei, Los Alamitos, Santa Margarita, La Habra, Trabuco Hills, Foothill, Tesoro, Orange Lutheran, JSerra, Carlsbad, Centennial of Corona, South Hills, Valencia of Valencia, Chaparral and Murietta Valley.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 21, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Mistakes. They hurt Huntington Beach last week, and did in the Oilers again Friday. Huntington took an early lead on Trabuco Hills but couldn't garner much else after that, and the Oilers were saddled with a 27-17 nonleague loss at Cap Sheue Field. Mistakes, mainly in the form of penalties — and there were plenty of them, contributed heavily to the Oilers' demise. The loss, which came during the first of five consecutive games on their home field, left Huntington, ranked No. 10 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll, at 2-2 overall.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 14, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Ray Fenton preached to his Fountain Valley High football team the value of lessons learned late Friday. The first-year coach of the Barons urged his players to take his postgame words to heart, hoping that they would draw upon their experience, although tough to do so just coming off a close defeat, to make progress in the coming weeks. Fountain Valley and Trabuco Hills were locked in a nonleague battle at Huntington Beach High's Cap Sheue Field that wasn't decided until the final minute.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 11, 2013
It's only two weeks into the 2013 prep football season but already, the CIF Southwest Division top 10 poll is top-heavy with Sunset League teams. Defending division champion Edison High still rides atop the poll but Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley have quickly made their presence felt. The Oilers started the season tied for the No. 6 position, but now rank at No. 5. The Barons, meanwhile, were not included in the preseason rankings but have climbed their way to the No. 6 slot.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 12, 2012
For the second time in its first four games, the Huntington Beach High football team hits the road for a key nonleague showdown in south Orange County. On Thursday, the Oilers are at Trabuco Hills for a 7 p.m. game with the Mustangs. Huntington started its season Aug. 23 at El Toro. "It's another tough road test for our young team, for sure," said Huntington Coach Eric Lo, whose team is ranked seventh in this week's CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll. The Huntington-Trabuco Hills games starts a five-game schedule this week for the local teams.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 28, 2011
Fountain Valley wants a win to head into a bye week possessing momentum. Trabuco Hills also is out to cap what would be a successful nonleague schedule with a victory. On Friday, one team will reach its goal when they meet at 7 p.m. at Huntington Beach High's Cap Sheue Field. It's the final nonleague test for both squads. Trabuco Hills starts South Coast League play next week and Fountain Valley opens its Sunset League slate Oct. 14. "It's a big game for both teams," Fountain Valley Coach John Shipp said.
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By Mike Sciacca | May 27, 2010
"One, we are the Mustangs. Two, we still can't hear you. Three, a little bit louder...we are number one ." The cheer, shouted loud, proud and in unison from the Trabuco Hills dugout, turned out to be premature. At the time, though, the Mustangs had the right to be feeling pretty confident, playing on the road and holding a 2-0 lead over Marina with two out — and the third out just a pitch away — in the bottom of the sixth inning of Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division I softball second-round playoff game.
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By Matt Szabo | April 1, 2010
The Edison High boys’ volleyball team got its Sunset League schedule off to a good start Tuesday night, topping Los Alamitos, 25-16, 25-22, 29-27, at home. The Chargers, ranked No. 3 in the CIF Southern Section Division I coaches’ poll, finished third at the Orange County Championships on March 22. But they beat the tournament champion, Huntington Beach, two days later, then came back with a five-game win over tournament runner-up Corona del Mar last Friday. Edison’s Torey Darin had a team-high 10 kills Tuesday night and Danny McCarty and Nick Capriccio added seven each.
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By Matt Szabo | March 25, 2010
The Ocean View High baseball team came from behind Friday to edge Westminster, 5-4, in its Golden West League opener at Ocean View. At the start of the game, the Seahawks’ bats were a bit shut down. “We faced a tough left-handed pitcher named Greg Mahle,” Ocean View Coach Shane Borowski said. “Mahle carved through the lineup, facing one batter over the minimum through five innings while helping his team to a 4-0 lead. His only fault came from a Blake Walker fourth-inning single.
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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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