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By: Dave Thorpe | September 17, 2005
The No. 8-ranked UC Irvine men's water polo team hosts a daunting group of teams, including defending NCAA champion and No. 1-ranked UCLA, in the Southern California Collegiate Men's Water Polo tournament at the Anteater Aquatics Complex and Corona del Mar High this Saturday and Sunday. The 16-team field features 14 schools that are ranked in the nation's top 16 spots, including the top nine teams, in the collegiate poll released Wednesday. UC Irvine is led by All-American Dreason Barry.
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By: | September 21, 2005
Kasey Kipp controlled the net, executing seven kills and three blocks in Corona del Mar High's win over visiting Calvary Chapel, 25-15, 25-12, 25-16, in girls volleyball Tuesday. CdM's Marisa Scott and Julianne Piggett with nine digs apiece. Costa Mesa's girls volleyball team fell Tuesday, 19-25, 25-15, 26-24, 25-21, at Century. Tracey Bjelland and Kim Jackson led Mesa. Rachel Foster and Danica Kalmbach scored as Newport Harbor High's field hockey won, 2-0, at Chaminade College Prep.
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By: | October 13, 2005
The Sage Hill School girls tennis team, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division V, upset visiting Mater Dei, ranked No. 8 in CIF Division I, 9-9 (75-70 in games), Wednesday in a nonleague match. The Lightning won it in singles, taking seven of nine sets. Sarah Geocaris led the way by sweeping her sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1. Stephanie Langer and Ashley Adams took two of three singles sets. Mesa squeezes Orange VOLLEYBALL: Costa Mesa High's girls volleyball team won a Golden West League match, 26-24, 25-10, 25-15, against host Orange.
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By: | August 8, 2005
Michelle Tolfa, who will be a Corona del Mar High junior beginning next month, tallied two victories and helped in another as the California Raiders won their final six games in the consolation bracket to finish 12th of 116 teams at the American Softball Association's 16-and-under national championships in Sioux Falls, S.D. CdM's Holly Van Hiel started all six games in center field for USA Athletics-Trott, which...
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By: | August 17, 2005
Katie Craig was a part of four winning events and the Harbor View swim team finished first at the South Coast swimming finals Aug. 6 at Corona del Mar High. Craig claimed the butterfly, backstroke, 50-yard freestyle and was part of the winning medley relay team -- all in the girls (ages 7-8) division -- as Harbor View racked up 1885.40 points. Newport Hills finished second with 1407.50, while Green Valley was third with 1265.50; Lake Forest II was fourth with 1174.
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By: Natalie Venegas | October 13, 2005
NEWPORT BEACH -- Last season, when the Corona del Mar High boys cross country team faced Laguna Beach, CdM lost by one point. This year, the Sea Kings got their revenge with a 24-33 victory Wednesday at Bonita Creek Park. "This was a sweet victory," said CdM Coach Bill Sumner. "It's good to see the guys are coming around. They look good. We're right where we're supposed to be right now." Junior Tim Scott, for the first time in his CdM career, finished first for the Sea Kings (5-0)
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By: | October 4, 2005
Senior Bryana Carey posted a match-high 14 kills to lead the Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team past visiting Woodbridge, 22-25, 25-22, 25-15, 22-25, 15-12, Monday in both teams' Sea View League opener. Carey also tallied four aces and four blocks as the Sailors improved to 7-6, 1-0 in league. Sophomore Megan Munce totaled 13 kills, while sophomore Jamie Heenan had 11 kills and sophomore Cassidy Gayner added eight kills. Woodbridge fell to 0-1 in league.
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By: | September 2, 2005
Freshman forward Joel Walker netted his first career hat trick to give the host Orange Coast College men's soccer team a 4-1 nonconference win against Rio Hondo Thursday afternoon. Coast improves to 1-0-1. Anteaters win in 4 VOLLEYBALL: Senior Amanda Vazquez slammed a match-high 14 kills and the UC Irvine women's volleyball team defeated visiting University of Missouri-Kansas City, 30-13, 30-18, 26-30, 30-19, Thursday at Crawford Court. Whitney Pavlik, a senior, added 10 kills while junior Trisha White and sophomore Kristin Kelley had eight kills apiece for the Anteaters (3-1)
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October 9, 2002
Hamlet Nalbandyan Odds and ends from fifth meeting of the year from the Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, which meets at noon Tuesdays at the Elk's Club, 120 S. Colorado Street in Glendale. Welcome home: Damon Bame, who was an All-CIF player for Glendale High in 1959 and an All-American at Glendale College and USC, was the guest speaker Tuesday. The soon-to-be 60-year-old, who now lives in Newport Beach and is an assistant coach for Corona del Mar High, said it was the first time he was back in Glendale in about 20 years.
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By: | September 30, 2005
Junior twins and doubles partners Hayley and Miranda Young won 18 of 19 games to help lead Corona del Mar High to an 11-7 Pacific Coast League girls tennis victory over visiting Laguna Beach Thursday. The Sea Kings, ranked No. 4 in CIF Southern Section Division I, won 7 of 9 doubles sets to top the Breakers, ranked No. 3 in CIF Division I. CdM junior No. 1 singles player Michelle Atkins posted what Sea Kings Coach Brian Ricker called a crucial 7-5 win over Kelly Ammerman.
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By: | October 13, 2005
The Sage Hill School girls tennis team, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division V, upset visiting Mater Dei, ranked No. 8 in CIF Division I, 9-9 (75-70 in games), Wednesday in a nonleague match. The Lightning won it in singles, taking seven of nine sets. Sarah Geocaris led the way by sweeping her sets, 6-4, 6-2, 6-1. Stephanie Langer and Ashley Adams took two of three singles sets. Mesa squeezes Orange VOLLEYBALL: Costa Mesa High's girls volleyball team won a Golden West League match, 26-24, 25-10, 25-15, against host Orange.
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By: Natalie Venegas | October 13, 2005
NEWPORT BEACH -- Last season, when the Corona del Mar High boys cross country team faced Laguna Beach, CdM lost by one point. This year, the Sea Kings got their revenge with a 24-33 victory Wednesday at Bonita Creek Park. "This was a sweet victory," said CdM Coach Bill Sumner. "It's good to see the guys are coming around. They look good. We're right where we're supposed to be right now." Junior Tim Scott, for the first time in his CdM career, finished first for the Sea Kings (5-0)
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By: | October 4, 2005
Senior Bryana Carey posted a match-high 14 kills to lead the Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team past visiting Woodbridge, 22-25, 25-22, 25-15, 22-25, 15-12, Monday in both teams' Sea View League opener. Carey also tallied four aces and four blocks as the Sailors improved to 7-6, 1-0 in league. Sophomore Megan Munce totaled 13 kills, while sophomore Jamie Heenan had 11 kills and sophomore Cassidy Gayner added eight kills. Woodbridge fell to 0-1 in league.
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By: Dave Thorpe | October 2, 2005
The Newport Harbor High boys varsity water polo team had a game against University High in the afternoon, but that didn't stop them from taking part in the 19th annual Harbor Heritage 5K Run/Walk Saturday. "They'll be fine, they're young," Newport Harbor boys water polo Coach Jason Lynch said. Lynch is a regular in the race and brings his team along. "I make the kids do it every year, so I have to do it, too," Lynch said. Sailor water polo players have incentive to run at a strong pace -- if assistant coach Ryan Bailey beats them, it means an extra 5,000 meters of swimming practice.
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By: | September 30, 2005
Junior twins and doubles partners Hayley and Miranda Young won 18 of 19 games to help lead Corona del Mar High to an 11-7 Pacific Coast League girls tennis victory over visiting Laguna Beach Thursday. The Sea Kings, ranked No. 4 in CIF Southern Section Division I, won 7 of 9 doubles sets to top the Breakers, ranked No. 3 in CIF Division I. CdM junior No. 1 singles player Michelle Atkins posted what Sea Kings Coach Brian Ricker called a crucial 7-5 win over Kelly Ammerman.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 29, 2005
The Corona del Mar High football team has lost its last two games, following a 2-0 start. But there are obviously some who believe the Sea Kings' showing against stronger competition in recent weeks, has actually bolstered there reputation. Voters in the CIF Southern Section Division IX poll have rewarded CdM (2-2) for the aforementioned losing streak, elevating the Sea Kings a couple spots to No. 6 ranking. Coach Dick Freeman is another who thinks playing tougher foes has better prepared his team for Pacific Coast League play, which begins Friday night at 7 against Calvary Chapel and Newport Harbor High.
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By: | September 21, 2005
Kasey Kipp controlled the net, executing seven kills and three blocks in Corona del Mar High's win over visiting Calvary Chapel, 25-15, 25-12, 25-16, in girls volleyball Tuesday. CdM's Marisa Scott and Julianne Piggett with nine digs apiece. Costa Mesa's girls volleyball team fell Tuesday, 19-25, 25-15, 26-24, 25-21, at Century. Tracey Bjelland and Kim Jackson led Mesa. Rachel Foster and Danica Kalmbach scored as Newport Harbor High's field hockey won, 2-0, at Chaminade College Prep.
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By: Dave Thorpe | September 17, 2005
The No. 8-ranked UC Irvine men's water polo team hosts a daunting group of teams, including defending NCAA champion and No. 1-ranked UCLA, in the Southern California Collegiate Men's Water Polo tournament at the Anteater Aquatics Complex and Corona del Mar High this Saturday and Sunday. The 16-team field features 14 schools that are ranked in the nation's top 16 spots, including the top nine teams, in the collegiate poll released Wednesday. UC Irvine is led by All-American Dreason Barry.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 12, 2005
Corona del Mar High and Sage Hill School repeated the experience of winning a football game, while Estancia and Costa Mesa were denied the pleasure for a second straight week. Meanwhile, Newport Harbor captured its initial victory in its first contest of the season Thursday, topping visiting Fountain Valley, 14-7. Coach Jeff Brinkley, now 16-3-1 in openers at the helm of the Sailors, believes there may be sweeter victories down the road this season.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 8, 2005
In order for Corona del Mar High senior Matt Loyd to discover the full extent of what he could do on the football field, he had to be told, ordered in fact, what he could not. So, after the 5-foot-10, 175-pounder produced a breakout performance -- rushing for 187 yards on 23 carries and intercepting a pass in the Sea Kings' 26-6 season-opening win over Estancia Friday -- Loyd had someone special to thank. "My dad [Edward] has helped me be thankful for everything I have," said Loyd, who started last season at cornerback.
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