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January 2, 2003
The Larry Doyle Memorial Orange County Championships, hosted by Edison and Marina high schools, culminated with championship and consolation finals held on Monday. In the 13th-place game Monday morning, Marina defeated Villa Park, 54-43. Seniors Sara Marquez, Sarah McLeod and freshman Rachel Maulit paced the Vikings, who improved to 7-4. Marquez scored seven of Marina's first 11 points in the game. "She played a great game, and we're getting good senior leadership from Sara and Sarah McLeod," Marina coach Butch Fredlow said.
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September 6, 2012
HUNTINGTON BEACH - From the look on his face, you couldn't tell that Dave White's Edison football team had just turned in a successful night. "We just have to get a lot better, there's no doubt about it," he said. Edison never found its groove offensively but did ride the three-touchdown performance of running back Marquis Ross and a stingy defense, to a 27-7 victory Thursday over Villa Park at Huntington Beach High's Sheue Field. The matchup was an early-season showdown between teams ranked in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Conference poll.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 28, 2012
For much of the 2012 prep football season, Edison has held down the top ranking in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll. On Friday night, the Chargers will get to actually play for that coveted position. At 7:30 p.m., Edison will go up against third-seeded Villa Park in the division final at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. It will be the second meeting of the season between the two schools who first locked horns back in September. For Edison, the trip to Anaheim will mark the eighth time the program has played for a Southern Section title.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 5, 2012
ANAHEIM - Dave White held tight to the championship plaque as he stood, beaming, on the postgame podium set up at midfield at Angel Stadium late Friday night. "This one's for you," the Edison football coach repeated in a joyful shout directed at his players, a jubilant group that had created a massive huddle in front of their coach. "This one," White later said, was for the entire Edison community. The Chargers had just finished off Villa Park, 28-10, to claim the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship before a crowd of more than 9,000.
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By Mike Sciacca | September 5, 2012
Five local prep football teams went into the win column last week, but this weekend's matchups present another challenge. The local schedule begins with a pair of games Thursday. * Thursday Villa Park (2-0) vs. Edison (1-0), 7 p.m., Huntington Beach High: Edison starts a daunting four-week nonleague run when the Chargers open their home schedule by hosting Villa Park. It's an early season showdown between teams ranked in the top five in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll.
NEWS
April 25, 2002
o7 The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. f7 Brian B. Aranki, 23, Huntington Beach Bryce Z. Blanchard, 50, Villa Park Jason D. Chambers, 31, Garden Grove Burton L. Cogburn, 36, Huntington Beach Gary A. Evans, 51, Bakersfield Rosalina S. Galiza, 67, Huntington Beach Thomas R. Garner, 34, Huntington Beach Jeremy D. Gordon, 21, Westminster Jeremy A. Hafer, 31, Long Beach Donald S. Head, 26, Huntington Beach Peter R. Italia, 28, Huntington Beach Owen E. Kupfer, 24, Seal Beach Evan C. Lee, 23, Mesa, Ariz.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 7, 2006
The Ocean View Tournament of Champions boys' basketball event starts Monday at the Seahawks gymnasium. Fourteen of some of the Southland's top teams will be split into four pools. Schools competing in this year's edition are host Ocean View, Dominguez, Harvard-Westlake, Compton Centennial, L.A. Birmingham, Rancho Verde, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Loyola, Villa Park, Compton, Long Beach Cabrillo, Lakewood, JSerra and Clovis West. The tournament concludes with championship and consolation-round play on Dec. 16. Games begin at 10 a.m. that day, culminating with the championship game is at 7 p.m. Monday's schedule   3:30 p.m.: Ocean View vs. Notre Dame     5 p.m.: Harvard-Westlake vs. Rancho Verde     6:30 p.m.: Birmingham vs. Villa Park     8 p.m.: Centennial vs. Loyola   Tuesday's schedule   3:30 p.m.: Rancho Verde vs. Compton     5 p.m.: Clovis West vs. Cabrillo     6:30 p.m.: JSerra vs. Lakewood     8 p.m.: Dominguez vs. Birmingham   Wednesday's schedule   3:30 p.m.: Harvard-Westlake vs. Compton     5 p.m.: Centennial/Loyola winner vs. JSerra-Lakewood winner     6:30 p.m.: Ocean View/Notre Dame winner vs. Clovis West/Cabrillo winner...
NEWS
March 8, 2001
Five Fountain Valley National Junior Basketball boys' teams won their respective playoff games last Sunday to advance in the 2001 Championship Series. The Jabberwalkies chalked up another Division I victory by routing the Brea Lakers, 50-32. Chris Debowski turned in another top-notch performance with 22 points, seven steals and five rebounds. Jeff Millard contributed eight points and pulled down a team-high 11 rebounds and Matt Derocili combined nine points with seven rebounds.
NEWS
January 13, 2000
Fountain Valley High will play host both Friday and Saturday to one of the state's premier prep wrestling tournaments, Five Counties. Sixty-four schools will compete over the two-day period. In addition to host Fountain Valley and Edison, other county teams in the tournament include top-rated Calvary Chapel, Irvine, Dana Hills, Villa Park, and Santa Ana. "It's one of the best tournaments around and it features some outstanding teams, as well as some outstanding individual wrestlers," Edison Coach Dan Rawlins said.
NEWS
June 3, 2010
Charges were filed Tuesday against a 71-year-old Huntington Beach man and six others in connection with insurance fraud, officials said. Hung Huu Nguyen has a warrant out for his arrest for allegedly practicing law without a license for a firm accused of involvement in an insurance overbilling scheme, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. He faces a maximum sentence of one year in jail. Ai Duy Nguyen, 69, of Westminster; Khiet Nguyen, 59, of Irvine; Danush Haghani, 37, of Villa Park; Melissa Inez Flores, 40, of Corona; Peyman Laghaee, 45, of Mission Viego; and Victoria Diem Duong, 35, of Anaheim, were also charged for their alleged involvement in the scheme.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 18, 2013
The Edison High girls' water polo team won some key matches to reach the semifinal round of the Villa Park Tournament, and the Chargers ended up with a fourth-place finish at the conclusion of the three-day event Saturday. Edison (5-6), ranked No. 8 in CIF Southern Section Division 1, started the tournament Dec. 12 and routed Bonita, 22-6. Sabrina Jensen scored six goals and Laurin Semmelroth had four goals in the win. In their second game, the Chargers used a game-winning goal in overtime by Delaney Cleveland, her fifth score of the match, to knock off fifth-ranked San Marcos, 12-11.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 27, 2013
They started playing one another in 1970, but in the 43 years since, the Edison High and Huntington Beach football teams are about to do something in the series between the local rivals, that hasn't been done before. At 7 p.m. Friday, the Chargers and Oilers will meet for the second time in a season, for the first time. This showdown has major implications, too, as the winner will move on to contend for the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship Dec. 7 at Anaheim Stadium.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 13, 2013
Four local prep football teams have made their way into the postseason. The four teams - Edison, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach and Brethren Christian - will start the third leg of their season's journey with first-round games Friday in the CIF Southern Section Football Championships. Edison, Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach are all part of the Southwest Division field. The Chargers, the division's defending champion, will play at home for their opening game. The Barons and Oilers, are on the road for their openers.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 10, 2013
Fountain Valley won its first five games to start the Sunset League baseball race, a start that put the Barons alone in first place in the league standings. During spring break, the Barons produced another 5-0 record, this time, at the Anaheim Lions Tournament. Fountain Valley completed its nonleague schedule on April 3 by defeating Capistrano Valley, 12-5, to finish the tournament undefeated. The Barons were one of several teams to go undefeated at the tournament, which drew 72 teams from across the nation.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 5, 2012
ANAHEIM - Dave White held tight to the championship plaque as he stood, beaming, on the postgame podium set up at midfield at Angel Stadium late Friday night. "This one's for you," the Edison football coach repeated in a joyful shout directed at his players, a jubilant group that had created a massive huddle in front of their coach. "This one," White later said, was for the entire Edison community. The Chargers had just finished off Villa Park, 28-10, to claim the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship before a crowd of more than 9,000.
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September 6, 2012
HUNTINGTON BEACH - From the look on his face, you couldn't tell that Dave White's Edison football team had just turned in a successful night. "We just have to get a lot better, there's no doubt about it," he said. Edison never found its groove offensively but did ride the three-touchdown performance of running back Marquis Ross and a stingy defense, to a 27-7 victory Thursday over Villa Park at Huntington Beach High's Sheue Field. The matchup was an early-season showdown between teams ranked in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Conference poll.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | September 5, 2012
Five local prep football teams went into the win column last week, but this weekend's matchups present another challenge. The local schedule begins with a pair of games Thursday. * Thursday Villa Park (2-0) vs. Edison (1-0), 7 p.m., Huntington Beach High: Edison starts a daunting four-week nonleague run when the Chargers open their home schedule by hosting Villa Park. It's an early season showdown between teams ranked in the top five in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division poll.
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From Staff Reports | October 5, 2011
The Huntington Beach and Edison boys' water polo teams competed last week at the Villa Park Classic, where the Oilers finished runner-up and the Chargers in 16th place. Huntington, ranked fifth in CIF Division 1, reached the final of the tournament on Saturday, where the Oilers came up short against fourth-ranked El Toro. The Oilers were down, 9-7, in the fourth quarter but the Chargers were able to pull away to a 13-8 victory. Max Schultz scored three goals, Noah Harrison scored twice and Brandon Lucia had 11 saves for the Oilers.
NEWS
June 3, 2010
Charges were filed Tuesday against a 71-year-old Huntington Beach man and six others in connection with insurance fraud, officials said. Hung Huu Nguyen has a warrant out for his arrest for allegedly practicing law without a license for a firm accused of involvement in an insurance overbilling scheme, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. He faces a maximum sentence of one year in jail. Ai Duy Nguyen, 69, of Westminster; Khiet Nguyen, 59, of Irvine; Danush Haghani, 37, of Villa Park; Melissa Inez Flores, 40, of Corona; Peyman Laghaee, 45, of Mission Viego; and Victoria Diem Duong, 35, of Anaheim, were also charged for their alleged involvement in the scheme.
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