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June 15, 2001 | DAN ARRITT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erika Figge's fourth-quarter goal Sunday in the championship game at the Canada Cup women's water polo tournament did little to impact the outcome--the United States lost, 14-8, to Australia--but it was monumental for the team's youngest member. Figge, 16, a sophomore at Santa Margarita High, joined UCLA freshman Thalia Munroe as one of two teenagers who made their debut last week with the women's national team, part of a new effort by U.S.
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September 24, 2002 | Eric Sondheimer
By the time Steve Klosterman finishes his college recruiting trips, he'll probably qualify to be a restaurant critic, considering how much steak, lobster and prime rib he'll be eating over the next month. Klosterman, a 6-foot-7 volleyball player at Huntington Beach Marina High, is the No. 1 high school prospect in the nation, which means he's going to encounter an elaborate wooing process. On each college trip, schools will feed him until he's stuffed.
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May 15, 2001
Aimee Stachowski of Capistrano Valley and Sarah Hamilton of Irvine, both All-Southern Section girls' water polo players, have been accepted for admission to Santa Margarita High for the 2001-02 school year. Santa Margarita reached the Division I final last season and won the Division IV title in 2000. Stachowski and Hamilton play on the same Golden West club team with Kristina Kunkel and Erika Figge, returning all-county players for the Eagles.
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June 15, 2001 | DAN ARRITT, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Erika Figge's fourth-quarter goal Sunday in the championship game at the Canada Cup women's water polo tournament did little to impact the outcome--the United States lost, 14-8, to Australia--but it was monumental for the team's youngest member. Figge, 16, a sophomore at Santa Margarita High, joined UCLA freshman Thalia Munroe as one of two teenagers who made their debut last week with the women's national team, part of a new effort by U.S.
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December 21, 2000 | PAUL SAITOWITZ
Nicole Lorrimer scored six goals, three in the third quarter, to help the Irvine girls' water polo team beat third-ranked Santa Margarita, 9-6, Wednesday in a nonleague game at Heritage Park. The Vaquero offense capitalized early when sophomore Sarah Hamilton scored on a man-up advantage in the first minute of play. Lorrimer, a senior, scored Irvine's second goal off a rebound shot at 3:56, and Hamilton scored from two meters to give Irvine a 3-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
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February 27, 2001 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Margarita worked its game plan to near perfection and came within minutes of toppling top-seeded and defending champion Foothill. But the Knights scored twice in the final two minutes of overtime to escape with a 7-6 victory in front of 1,000 spectators in the Southern Section Division I girls' water polo championship game Monday at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach. Foothill senior Crystal Carroll scored on a lob from eight meters with 1 minute 22 seconds remaining to break a 6-6 tie.
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September 24, 2002 | Eric Sondheimer
By the time Steve Klosterman finishes his college recruiting trips, he'll probably qualify to be a restaurant critic, considering how much steak, lobster and prime rib he'll be eating over the next month. Klosterman, a 6-foot-7 volleyball player at Huntington Beach Marina High, is the No. 1 high school prospect in the nation, which means he's going to encounter an elaborate wooing process. On each college trip, schools will feed him until he's stuffed.
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February 27, 2001 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
In other championship games: Santa Ana Foothill 7, Santa Margarita 6 (OT)--Senior Crystal Carroll scored with 1:22 left in overtime to break a 6-6 tie for top-seeded and defending champion Foothill (29-1). Brittany Hayes scored her second goal with 1:54 left in overtime to pull the Knights even, 6-6. Gabbie Domanic had three goals and Emily Feher had eight saves for the Knights.
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February 26, 2001 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI
Foothill (28-1) vs. Santa Margarita (22-8) 8 TONIGHT BELMONT PLAZA Perhaps no one in Division I can match up with the speed and firepower of top-seeded Foothill, which enters the game with a 21-game winning streak. Santa Margarita tried once and lost, 11-1, in the semifinals of the Irvine Southern California Championships. "We didn't play well at all in that game," said Santa Margarita senior Katy Kunkel. "But they definitely have a lot of talent, so it's going to be tough." With U.S.
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May 15, 2001
Aimee Stachowski of Capistrano Valley and Sarah Hamilton of Irvine, both All-Southern Section girls' water polo players, have been accepted for admission to Santa Margarita High for the 2001-02 school year. Santa Margarita reached the Division I final last season and won the Division IV title in 2000. Stachowski and Hamilton play on the same Golden West club team with Kristina Kunkel and Erika Figge, returning all-county players for the Eagles.
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February 27, 2001 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Santa Margarita worked its game plan to near perfection and came within minutes of toppling top-seeded and defending champion Foothill. But the Knights scored twice in the final two minutes of overtime to escape with a 7-6 victory in front of 1,000 spectators in the Southern Section Division I girls' water polo championship game Monday at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach. Foothill senior Crystal Carroll scored on a lob from eight meters with 1 minute 22 seconds remaining to break a 6-6 tie.
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December 21, 2000 | PAUL SAITOWITZ
Nicole Lorrimer scored six goals, three in the third quarter, to help the Irvine girls' water polo team beat third-ranked Santa Margarita, 9-6, Wednesday in a nonleague game at Heritage Park. The Vaquero offense capitalized early when sophomore Sarah Hamilton scored on a man-up advantage in the first minute of play. Lorrimer, a senior, scored Irvine's second goal off a rebound shot at 3:56, and Hamilton scored from two meters to give Irvine a 3-0 lead at the end of the first quarter.
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August 28, 2001 | Dan Loumena
Patty Cardenas and Alexandra Lopez, who as juniors led Bell Gardens to its third consecutive Southern Section Division III girls' water polo championship in February, have been selected to the National Interscholastic Swimming Coaches Assn. All-American team for the third time. Other first-team members from the region are senior Amber Stachowski of Mission Viejo Capistrano Valley and sophomore Gabbie Domanic of Santa Ana Foothill. Stachowski made the team as a sophomore.
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February 23, 2003
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Brittany Asplund, Simi Valley: The freshman, who finished with nine points, made a three-pointer with 40 seconds left in overtime in a 55-52 victory over Santa Maria Righetti in a Southern Section Division I-A first-round game. BOYS' SOCCER Miguel Wenceslao, Chino Don Lugo: Had two goals and an assist to Alan Ponce in a 3-1 victory over Chino Hills Ayala in the first round of the Southern Section Division I playoffs.
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