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September 30, 1999
The Brigade continued their winning ways in league play by wrapping up a pair of impressive shutout victories last weekend. The boys Under-13 soccer team began the weekend Saturday with a 4-0 blanking of North Huntington Beach, then came back on Sunday to top the Cerritos United Cruz Azul by an identical 4-0 score. Kareem Khalil led the Brigade's two-game swing with four goals, with JP Smith, Brandon Plummer, Jarrid Johnston, and Jeremy Small each scoring once.
NEWS
March 15, 2001
Two Fountain Valley National Junior Basketball teams, the Jabberwalkies and Xtreme, won division championships last weekend. DIVISION I Jabberwalkies 69, San Bernardino 46 Holding a precarious 22-21 lead at the half, the Jabberwalkies turned on the defense during a 17-2 run in the third quarter and never looked back. Matt Derocili led all scorers with 16 points and 10 rebounds. Chris Debowski added 14 points, four steals and seven assists, Jeff Millard, Taylor Grosso and Sean Gates were outstanding on defense and also combined for 24 points and 23 rebounds.
NEWS
December 4, 1999
The Marine View Middle School cross country program won the Ocean View School District Cross Country Championships Friday for the seventh time in eight years, holding off three other local rivals in a four-way finals meet at Huntington Central Park. The Mariners swept both the boys and girls competition at the seventh-grade level, but finished second to Mesa View in both eighth-grade races. However, the four Marine View teams had a comprised total of 144 points to win the overall district title.
NEWS
August 4, 2005
Code Red, a girls' under-14 team out of South Coast Soccer, opened up the season by winning its division at the Andrew Dobransky Memorial Tournament in San Diego. The squad went 4-0 in tournament play, winning its first three matches by identical 2-1 scores. Code Red 2, Hot Spurs Red 1 Code Red began the tournament with a win over the tournament host. Following a scoreless first half, Jodi Hwang of Code Red opened up the scoring on a well-placed penalty kick.
NEWS
May 9, 2002
Deandre Moss singled home Garrett Colsen in the bottom of the sixth inning to provide the Astros with the winning run in a 9-8 victory over the A's in Ocean View Little League weekend action. Despite the loss, the A's remained tied for first place in the division standings. Randy Guite and Dalton Hintz each went two for three to lead the A's. In other games: Diamondbacks 6, Indians 5 Michael Springer delivered a two-run home run and Kevin Vucinic came up with a game-winning RBI single in the bottom of the sixth inning to spark the D-backs.
NEWS
April 10, 2003
The Huntington Beach Sun Devils, a boys' Under-18 Division ice hockey team out of Skate Zone, are heading to Vacaville today to compete for the 2003 California Amateur Hockey Assn. championship. The Sun Devils, who played more than 50 games this season, winning 46, have qualified for the state tournament by winning the recent Southern California Amateur Hockey Assn. tournament title at the Ice Dogs rink in Long Beach, coach Bill Ott said. Huntington Beach won the division by shutting down La Jolla in the final, 3-0. Goals were scored by Josh Hackworth, Paul Kahler and Chris Giczewski.
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By RICK FIGNETTI | June 18, 2008
It’s that time again, as the National Scholastic Surfing Assn.’s National Championships started this week. The top amateurs have flown in from all parts of the country to compete in America’s premiere show case. The event started at Salt Creek on Wednesday and will run there till Saturday. A couple-day break then it cranks up again at Lower Trestles in San Clemente. National titles are on the line; some former winners include: Kelly Slater, Taylor Knox, Kalani Robb, C.J. and Damien Hobgood, Andy and Bruce Irons, Bobby Martinez and Freddy Boy. In the big-time open men’s Lahaina’s, four-time national champ Granger Larsen is a favorite, winning the Hawaiian conference.
NEWS
June 9, 2005
Mike Sciacca The one thing Aaron Kavanagh tried to instill in his Ocean View High baseball team Saturday was that it was all about enjoying the moment. Sure, winning a CIF-Southern Section championship would be the ultimate finish to what had already been an unforgettable season. Win or lose, though, Kavanagh was intent on making sure Saturday's Division III title game against Temecula Valley at Angel Stadium was a fun and unforgettable experience for his ball club.
NEWS
October 28, 2004
RICK FIGNETTI The pro surf scene was up the coast last week at the chilly waters of Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz for the last big-point World Qualifying Series event on the mainland. It was the $75,000 four-star O'Neill Cold Water Classic, a surf contest going back to the late '80s and the longest running event in Nor Cal. Newport Beach's Richie Collins, busting onto the pro scene as a hot up-and-coming grom, won in '87. Former world champs, South Africa's Martin Potter in '89 and Tom Curren in 1990, left their marks at the Lane.
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By: Barry Faulkner | August 29, 2005
A shift to the back line hasn't prevented Newport Harbor High product Tyson Wahl from remaining at the forefront of the success achieved by the Cal men's soccer team. Wahl, a two-time All-CIF Southern Section Division II center midfielder who sat out his junior season with the Sailors to train with the under-17 national team, has started each of the Golden Bears' 64 games the last three seasons. His first two years he played center midfielder, but spent his junior season at left fullback.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 30, 2014
The road to the Sunset League softball championship is never an easy one to navigate and for the Huntington Beach Oilers, consecutive road trips to the diamonds of title contenders last week could have been potential roadblocks. The Oilers, however, passed both tests. Huntington zoomed into first place in the league standings by winning both games, most recently, taking a 5-2 victory at Edison April 24. The win came on the heels of a 1-0 shutout win April 22 at defending champ Marina.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 30, 2014
Fountain Valley High baseball Coach Deric Yanagisawa called it a "huge week" for his Barons, and rightfully so: they were about to embark on a two-game swing against Huntington Beach that would have a direct impact on the Sunset League race. It turned out to be a beneficial week for the Barons who by virtue of their two wins over the Oilers, took over sole possession of first-place in a tight title chase. Fountain Valley won a wild, 9-7 contest April 23, then led the entire way Friday in defeating the visiting Oilers, 6-0. The two wins catapulted previously unranked Fountain Valley into the No. 3 slot in this week's CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 26, 2014
The first two innings of Friday's Sunset League baseball game between Huntington Beach High and Fountain Valley had an eerily similar feel to it, much like the one the two teams had played two days ago. In both cases, Fountain Valley jumped out to a 5-0 lead. Unlike Wednesday's wild contest, however, this time, the Barons never relinquished the lead. Behind the standout pitching of Scott Schultz and timely hitting from its offense, Fountain Valley claimed a 6-0 shutout that put the defending champions alone in first place in the league standings.
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By Mike Sciacca | April 24, 2014
Close games seem to be the norm when Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach meet on the baseball diamond. Wednesday's Sunset League showdown at Huntington had a similar feel, only this time it was a high-scoring affair. Fountain Valley staked its way to an early, 5-0 lead, lost that advantage and fell behind two runs, but scored the game's final four runs to emerge with a scintillating, 9-7 victory. The win was big for the Barons who moved into a first-place tie with the Oilers in the league standings.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 23, 2014
There is still plenty of action left in the 2014 Sunset League softball race but three games into the league season, the Huntington Beach Oilers hold the lead. Huntington picked up a key victory Tuesday at Marina in a game that featured two of the league's perennial top pitchers. The Oilers scored a run in the third inning, avoided several scoring opportunities by the Vikings, and made the run stand in a 1-0 win against the defending league champions. The win, combined with Edison's loss Tuesday at Los Alamitos, allowed the Oilers, 15-3 overall, 3-0 in league and ranked sixth in CIF Southern Section Division 1, to grab sole possession of the league lead.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 16, 2014
Two thorough victories to end the previous week, has left two teams tied for the top spot in the Sunset League softball race. Huntington Beach went into spring break tied with Edison for the Sunset lead, as both the Oilers and Chargers picked up double-digit wins April 10. Huntington, ranked sixth in CIF Southern Section Division 1, took a 12-2 win from Fountain Valley in a game that went five innings. Alyssa Horeczko had four hits and scored three runs, and Ivy Davis had three hits and three RBIs for the Oilers who racked up 16 hits.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 16, 2014
Top-ranked Huntington Beach ran its Sunset League win streak to 25 straight Friday by disposing of host Los Alamitos. The Oilers, minus starter TJ DeFalco, dropped the first set, 24-26, but rose to the challenge to win the next three sets, 25-14, 25-17, 25-20, to cap the first-round of league play at 5-0. Brenden Sander had 22 kills for the Oilers, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division 1. Huntington has won 44-consecutive matches, and...
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 11, 2014
In forging a three-game win streak over the past 10 days, a run that had taken Ocean View to a share of first place in the Golden West League baseball standings, the Seahawks played with a focused purpose and didn't let little nuances bother them. Friday at Gibbs Field, the Seahawks got away from that mentality against visiting Orange. Ocean View fell behind early against the Panthers, rallied but came up a run shy, in a 4-3 loss. The Seahawks had runners in scoring position throughout, but couldn't sustain any type of big rally.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 9, 2014
Huntington Beach High ran its mark of consecutive boys' volleyball matches won to 42 Friday by sweeping visiting Marina in Sunset League action. The Oilers ran their league record to 3-0 by taking down the Vikings, 25-14, 25-14, 25-13. Connor Kotchnik and Alex Wolf had five kills each for the CIF Southern Section's No. 1-ranked team in Division 1, now 18-0 on the season. Huntington's 42-match win streaks dates to last season. "This was a good team effort," Huntington Coach Craig Pazanti said.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | April 9, 2014
Through Round One of the Sunset League baseball season, the Huntington Beach Oilers sit atop the league standings. Not only that, but they entered the week atop the CIF Southern Section Division 1 rankings. Huntington completed the first round of league play with a 5-0 record, scoring wins last week against Los Alamitos (10-1), and Edison (3-2). The Oilers overpowered Los Alamitos Friday to earn their sixth-straight victory. Junior Tyler Murray delivered three doubles and drove in three runs, junior Daniel Amaral had a double, home run and three runs batted in, and junior Noah Davis took a no-hitter into the sixth inning.
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