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November 8, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seamus McFadden wasn't thrilled about making a 90-mile drive to Newport Beach for a semi-pro game, but the University of San Diego men's soccer coach got a tip that he might see a player there worth recruiting. McFadden wasn't bowled over by 19-year-old Ryan Coiner, but he was definitely interested. "I saw a raw-boned kind of kid who wasn't backing down," said McFadden, in his 22nd year at San Diego. "He was playing against 26-, 27-year-old guys who were pretty feisty. He was raw.
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November 8, 2000 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Seamus McFadden wasn't thrilled about making a 90-mile drive to Newport Beach for a semi-pro game, but the University of San Diego men's soccer coach got a tip that he might see a player there worth recruiting. McFadden wasn't bowled over by 19-year-old Ryan Coiner, but he was definitely interested. "I saw a raw-boned kind of kid who wasn't backing down," said McFadden, in his 22nd year at San Diego. "He was playing against 26-, 27-year-old guys who were pretty feisty. He was raw.
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March 7, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
No. 1 Santa Margarita (19-3-3) vs. No. 3 Cathedral City (23-2-2) 2 P.M. TODAY CERRITOS GAHR HIGH Santa Margarita returned most of its players from last year's Division III championships and added forward Norman Giroux, a transfer from Mater Dei, and sophomore Spencer George. Tim Pierce (21 goals, 13 assists) has been the Eagles most dangerous offensive player all season. He has worked well with Ryan Coiner (13 goals, 10 assists). The Lions scored 11 goals in four playoff games.
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March 3, 1998 | Michael Simpson
Michael Simpson Brethren Christian, Sophomore; Wrestling Simpson won at 103 pounds in the Southern Section Masters meet by beating Steve Ybarra of Arroyo Grande, 6-5, in the final. Simpson also posted a convincing victory in the semifinals, winning by a technical fall over Tony Perez of Santa Ana, who was the 103-pound runner-up at state last year. Ryan Coiner/Soccer/Forward * Santa Margarita, senior.
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March 5, 1997
Bret Corbin scored on a set play with nine minutes remaining to give top-seeded Mater Dei a 2-1 victory over Ventura Buena in a Southern Section Division II semifinal game Tuesday at Mater Dei. The Monarchs (23-1-3), who will be playing in their second section final in four years, will meet San Bernardino San Gorgonio, a 3-0 winner over Yucaipa, in the championship game Friday or Saturday at Cerritos Gahr High.
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February 5, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Newport Harbor Coach Ziad Khoury knows Byron Foss is one of the top goalkeepers in the county, but he'd rather not be constantly reminded. On Wednesday, Khoury saw Foss at his best at the worst possible time for Newport Harbor, which is struggling to make the playoffs. Foss came up with a spectacular diving save of Manny Oropeza's penalty kick to preserve Santa Margarita's 1-0 victory at Kaiser School in Costa Mesa.
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February 26, 1998
Norman Giroux scored three goals to lead Santa Margarita to a 4-2 victory over Compton Dominguez in a Division III boys' soccer second-round playoff game Wednesday at Rancho Capistrano Park in San Juan Capistrano. The victory advances the Eagles to the quarterfinals, where they'll play Lakewood Artesia today at Rancho Capistrano Park. Giroux, who will play for Notre Dame next season, scored two goals in the first half and Ryan Coiner had the other to give the Eagles a 3-1 lead.
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December 31, 1997
No. 1 Santa Margarita 3, Trabuco Hills 0--Bryon Foss had seven saves and Chris Porcelli had four saves in a combined shutout for Santa Margarita in the third-place game. Ryan Coiner scored two goals for the Eagles (8-1-3). Ryan Hanson had 18 saves for host Trabuco Hills (5-5-1). In the Marina boys' tournament: Los Angeles Loyola 2, San Clemente 0--Loyola scored both its goals in the first half to win the championship.
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December 30, 1997 | DAVE McKIBBEN
Saddleback had just six shots on goal, but junior midfielder George Galvez made two of them count as the second-ranked Roadrunners defeated top-ranked Santa Margarita, 2-1, Monday night in the semifinals of the Mustang Invitational at Trabuco Hills High. The victory puts Saddleback (8-1) into today's 6 p.m. championship game against eighth-ranked Santa Ana, which defeated Trabuco Hills, 4-3, in the other semifinal. Santa Margarita (7-1-3) had only four shots on goal, one in the second half.
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January 24, 1998 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Third-ranked Woodbridge had an opportunity to deliver a staggering blow to league-favorite Santa Margarita's title chances Friday. But the Warriors landed only a few grazing jabs and lost to an inspired Santa Margarita team, 2-1, in last game of the Sea View League's first round. "They were a desperate team today and they played like it," Woodbridge Coach Jon Szczuka said of the Eagles.
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