March 6, 2005 |
The Aliso Viejo Aliso Niguel boys' basketball team got on a roll Saturday night in the Southern Section Division I-A final against top-seeded Lake Forest El Toro. Michael Roll, to be exact. Roll, a UCLA-bound senior, led an offensive barrage by the third-seeded Wolverines that stretched from late in the first quarter into the fourth, providing the momentum in a 67-60 victory in the Arrowhead Pond.
November 8, 1997
Michael Eggins scored two touchdowns to lead Aliso Niguel to a 21-14 Pacific Coast League victory over University Friday night at Aliso Niguel. Eggins rushed for 110 yards in 21 carries to help the Wolverines (4-5, 3-1) clinch a playoff berth. Aliso Niguel can claim a share of the league title if it beats Laguna Hills Thursday at Aliso Niguel. University (1-7-1, 1-3) overcame 14-0 deficit to tie the score, 14-14, on a three-yard touchdown run by Gerson Contento with 8:56 remaining in the game.
October 24, 1998
Sophomore Devon Sutton gave Aliso Niguel a big boost by scoring three touchdowns in the Wolverines' 46-27 Pacific Coast League victory over Estancia. Sutton had 139 yards in 19 carries. Iman Nikzad gained 100 yards in 11 carries for Aliso Niguel (3-4, 2-0). Sutton scored on runs of two and 69 yards during a 21-point third quarter.
October 25, 1997 |
Aliso Niguel, the defending Southern Section Division VIII champion, had fallen on hard times this season, but all it took was a visit to Laguna Beach to lift the Wolverines' spirits. Aliso Niguel defeated the winless Artists, 47-0, Friday in a Pacific Coast League game. "We finally put the package together," said Aliso Niguel Coach Joe Wood, whose team improved to 2-5, 1-1 in league.
September 21, 1996 |
Scott Nemeth rushed for 164 yards in 24 carries and scored a touchdown on a 40-yard interception return to lead Aliso Niguel to a 40-21 victory over Mission Viejo at Aliso Niguel High Friday. Nemeth, normally the Wolverines' starting quarterback, filled in for running back Trent Perley, who was sidelined by a respiratory ailment. "The plan was to start with Nemeth running the ball then give him more rest and start going with the passing game," Aliso Niguel Coach Joe Wood said.
September 17, 1998
Mike Markman scored three of his five goals in overtime, including the game-winner, to lead host Aliso Niguel past Dana Hills, 16-15, in a nonleague boys' water polo game Wednesday. With the score tied, 15-15, Markman scored his fifth goal with 1 minute 28 seconds remaining in overtime. Scott Schafer, who scored six goals for Aliso Niguel (1-0), scored with 57 seconds remaining in regulation to give the Wolverines a 13-12 lead.