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By: Dave Thorpe | September 14, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls golf team boasts a solid group of young players, but it's the lone senior starter who makes it a legitimate league-title contender. Natalie Draganza returns for her fourth year on the varsity with impressive credentials. Draganza is a three-time Sea View League champion and defending three-time league MVP. She shot a 7-under-par 36 and took fourth place at the PGA Oak Valley Tournament of Champions recently. "She has great course management and she's very focused," Newport Harbor coach Scott Tarnow said.
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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 | September 16, 2005
There's no shortage of talent returning to the Newport Harbor High girls tennis team, which took second place in the Sea View League behind Woodbridge and reached the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs last year. The Sailors boast six All-Sea View League returners who should give the team a chance to compete with Woodbridge and Foothill for the league championship. Leading the way are all-league returning seniors Brittany Sturgess, Megan McKay and Carly Adams.
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By: | August 10, 2005
Kayleigh Horn, who captained Newport Harbor High's girls golf team the last two seasons, has committed to Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Horn, who finished no lower than sixth in three Sea View League individual tournaments, was selected Newport Harbor's Scholar Athlete of the Year for 2004-05, one of only 178 students out of 700,000 in CIF to receive the award. The Sailors finished third in league and seventh in the CIF Southern Divisional team championships.
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By: | October 6, 2005
TODAY Cross country High school boys and girls -- Newport Harbor at Sea View League meet at Irvine Park, 3 p.m. Field hockey High school -- Newport Harbor at Edison, 3 p.m. Football High school -- Corona del Mar at Northwood at Irvine, 7 p.m. Golf High school girls -- Newport Harbor at Aliso Viejo, 3 p.m.; Estancia at Westminster at David Baker, 2:30 p.m.; Northwood at Corona del Mar,...
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By: Dave Thorpe | October 6, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team continued its winning ways since returning from Chicago, defeating Foothill, 25-17, 25-22, 25-19, Wednesday in a Sea View League match at Newport Harbor High. Not that Sailor Coach Dan Glenn is happy with the way the team has played in their first two league games this week. "Right now we just have to focus on getting better," Glenn said. "We really haven't produced since Chicago. I thought we played some of our best volleyball in Chicago.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 11, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are CIF playoff previews pertaining to area high school teams. GIRLS' TENNIS Edison at Crescenta Valley, 2 p.m.: Fresh off finishing second in the Pacific League, the Falcons (13-4) figure to have a difficult test in the first round of the Division II playoffs. Crescenta Valley will meet up against an Edison squad that went 12-4 and finished second in the Sunset League behind top-seeded Newport Harbor. Crescenta Valley is led by singles player Erin LeVoir, who finished runner-up in the league finals last week at Pasadena High.
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By: | October 5, 2005
The Newport Harbor High girls tennis team captured a 10-8 Sea View League victory over visiting Woodbridge Tuesday. In singles, Jill Casserly, Chrissy Schwartz and Brittany Sturgess each took two of three sets, improving the Sailors to 7-1 overall. Sea View League Newport Harbor 10, Woodbridge 8 Singles -- Casserly def. Sendale, 6-3, lost to Call, 7-5, def. Morris 6-2; Schwartz won 6-2, lost 6-2, won 7-6; Sturgess won 6-0, lost 6-4, won 6-2. Doubles -- McKay-Cluck def. Caro-Snyderman, 6-0, lost to Cao-Fernandez, 6-2, def. Castheton-Solin, 6-1; Chinn-McIntosh lost, 7-6, won, 6-4, lost, 6-2; Dunlap-Adams lost, 0-6, 6-3, won, 6-4. Sage remains perfect VOLLEYBALL: Sage Hill School volleyball standouts Cat Dailey, Vista Murphy and Haywood Wright led the Lightning to a 25-15, 25-17, 25-18 Academy League romp over host Brethren Christian Tuesday.
NEWS
By: | October 7, 2005
The Los Angeles Lakers announced the signing of former UC Irvine star Adam Parada Thursday. The 7-footer, who averaged 12.3 points per game during his senior season at UCI in 2003-04, was signed after the Lakers waived Vlade Divac, a disappointment in his second go-around with the team. Parada last played for the Huntsville Flight in the NBA Developmental League. Lightning top Saints WATER POLO: The Sage Hill School boys water polo team edged host Santa Ana, 11-10, Thursday in nonleague action.
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 19, 2005
Jim Kiefer, who coached the Newport Harbor High baseball team for six seasons from 1996 through 2001, has been named baseball coach at Costa Mesa High. Kiefer, who spent the last two seasons as a varsity assistant for the Sailors and two seasons prior to that as an assistant at Servite, replaces Dave Austin. Austin guided the Mustangs to a 9-15-1 record, 2-9-1 in the Golden West League in his only season at the helm. "I'm very excited about the position and prospects for the program," said Kiefer, 35, who is also teaching math at Costa Mesa.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 11, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are CIF playoff previews pertaining to area high school teams. GIRLS' TENNIS Edison at Crescenta Valley, 2 p.m.: Fresh off finishing second in the Pacific League, the Falcons (13-4) figure to have a difficult test in the first round of the Division II playoffs. Crescenta Valley will meet up against an Edison squad that went 12-4 and finished second in the Sunset League behind top-seeded Newport Harbor. Crescenta Valley is led by singles player Erin LeVoir, who finished runner-up in the league finals last week at Pasadena High.
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By Grant Gordon | May 19, 2010
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — When Crescenta Valley High baseball Coach Phil Torres saw his team’s draw for its CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card game, he knew Tuesday’s contest would be an arduous one at that. He knew the Falcons would see the best that Northwood had to offer in the form of starting pitcher Zack Weiss. And, indeed, the Falcons got the right-hander’s best, as he was borderline spectacular for seven innings, enjoying a lead throughout as the Timberwolves jumped all over CV pitching from the start and never looked back, while Weiss never allowed a CV offensive to move forward.
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By Grant Gordon | May 18, 2010
GLENDALE — With respective second-place league finishes behind them, Flintridge Prep and Crescenta Valley High’s baseball teams now enter the chaos and great unknown that is the CIF Southern Section postseason. The Rebels will travel, and travel far, to face Capistrano Valley Christian in the opening round of the Division VI playoffs on Friday, while the Falcons will host Northwood today in a Division II wild-card game at 4:15 p.m. at Stengel Field. While Prep was one of seven second-place squads to receive first-round placement in Division VI, which features 11 wild-card games, CV was not fortunate enough to be selected as one of four second-place squads in the first round in Division II, but is, instead, in one of the division’s mind-spinning 16 wild-card games.
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February 16, 2010
GLENDALE — The following are CIF playoff previews pertaining to area high school teams.   San Gorgonio at Crescenta Valley, 7 p.m.: After finishing tied for second in the Pacific League, 12th-seeded Crescenta Valley (19-7) will look to take advantage of having home-court advantage against San Gorgonio (9-17) in a Division I-A first-round contest. The Falcons won their final two league games of the season to finish tied with Burbank. Unseeded San Gorgonio placed third in the San Andreas League after winning three of its last five league contests.
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By Grant Gordon | February 15, 2010
GLENDALE — After a brief hiatus from the postseason, Renaissance Academy’s basketball team made its official and emphatic return to the playoffs on Sunday. The Wildcats, who failed to receive an at-large entry in 2009, just a season after having advanced to the program’s first-ever CIF-State finals game, were named the No. 1 seed in the upcoming CIF Southern Section Division 5-A playoffs. “To not make it was really disappointing,” said Renaissance Coach Sid Cooke, whose team, as a freelance squad went 17-8.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | October 13, 2005
The Newport Harbor High football team is hoping to halt one trend by continuing another when the Sailors meet visiting Woodbridge in the Sea View League opener Friday at 7 p.m. The former refers to two straight losses by the Sailors (3-2), the first such occurrence in preleague play since 1995. But the latter is a five-game winning streak against Woodbridge (0-5), against which the Sailors hold a 14-3 series advantage. "It all starts over now," said Newport Harbor Coach Jeff Brinkley, whose team has won seven straight league contests and is the defending Sea View champion.
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By: Chris Yemma | October 7, 2005
Weeks of comparing times, gauging results and projecting finishes came to a halt Thursday at Irvine Park. And the Newport Harbor High boys and girls cross country teams were able to ascertain their strengths and weaknesses compared to other schools in the Sea View League. It was a true test that provided multiple learning experiences. Seniors Kenny Rakestraw and Whitney Blue paced both squads, finishing second and third, respectively, in the league cluster meet involving Laguna Hills, Aliso Niguel, Woodbridge and Foothill.
NEWS
By: | October 7, 2005
The Los Angeles Lakers announced the signing of former UC Irvine star Adam Parada Thursday. The 7-footer, who averaged 12.3 points per game during his senior season at UCI in 2003-04, was signed after the Lakers waived Vlade Divac, a disappointment in his second go-around with the team. Parada last played for the Huntsville Flight in the NBA Developmental League. Lightning top Saints WATER POLO: The Sage Hill School boys water polo team edged host Santa Ana, 11-10, Thursday in nonleague action.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
Newport Harbor High's boys water polo team won their Sea View League opener at home Wednesday, 16-4, over Woodbridge. Bryce McLain made 15 saves in goal to halt the Warriors. Brett Auer led all scorers with four goals. The Sailors (10-1, 1-0 in league) will play this weekend in the South Coast tournament at La Quinta High School. Sea View League Newport Harbor 16, Woodbridge 4 Score by Quarters -- Woodbridge 1 1 1 1 -- 4 Newport 2 4 7 3 -- 16 -- Woodbridge -- Pftonhaver 3, Hewitt 1. Saves -- Ziemba 8. Newport Harbor -- Auer 4, Hockenbury 3, Cottam 3, Gregory 2, C. Hill 1, B. Hill 1, Hayes 1, McGhie 1. Saves -- B. McLain 15. Estancia spikes Lions VOLLEYBALL: Estancia High's girls volleyball team beat Westminster in a Golden West League home match Wednesday, 25-9, 25-8, 25-20.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
TODAY Cross country High school boys and girls -- Newport Harbor at Sea View League meet at Irvine Park, 3 p.m. Field hockey High school -- Newport Harbor at Edison, 3 p.m. Football High school -- Corona del Mar at Northwood at Irvine, 7 p.m. Golf High school girls -- Newport Harbor at Aliso Viejo, 3 p.m.; Estancia at Westminster at David Baker, 2:30 p.m.; Northwood at Corona del Mar,...
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