December 26, 1987
We have been enjoying the new format of the Calendar section and so decided to take in the performance of Saddleback's play "Two Gentlemen of Verona." Our decision to see this performance was based on our previous good experiences with community/college theater and on Cathy de Mayo's review ("Saddleback's 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' as 'California Promise,' " Calendar, Nov. 12). It was absolutely terrible. We couldn't believe that she had actually seen the production! She may not be a Champlin or Bernheimer, but she can at least be honest.
November 16, 1985
The Golden West College women's volleyball team clinched its third straight South Coast Conference championship Friday night with a 15-1, 15-6, 15-5 victory over Cypress at Golden West. Sophomore Cecelia Elias had eight kills and five blocks to lead the Rustlers (12-1 in conference, 12-3 overall). Setter Julie Boland had four assists. In other South Coast Conference action: Orange Coast 3, Cerritos 2--The Pirates scored a comeback victory, 15-10, 8-15, 10-15, 15-10, 15-9.
March 1, 1986
Jeff Fryer of Sea View League champion Corona del Mar High School and Bryant Walton of Saddleback were named the league's co-Most Valuable Players in a vote of the league's basketball coaches recently. Fryer averaged 27.8 points per game during the regular season to lead the county in scoring. Walton, who will attend California, was one of only two players to be among the county's top 20 in scoring, field-goal percentage, rebounding and assists throughout the season.
October 3, 2013 |
Thursday, October 3rd SOUTHERN SECTION CENTURY LEAGUE El Dorado 42, El Modena 24 MARMONTE LEAGUE - EAST Westlake 31, St. Bonaventure 17 MONTVIEW LEAGUE Azusa 57, Ganesha 27 PACIFIC LEAGUE Burbank 42, Pasadena 7 VALLE VISTA LEAGUE Northview 31, Covina 28 NONLEAGUE Garden Grove Santiago 10, Savanna 0 Hillcrest 27, Sherman Indian 0 Santa Ana Calvary Chapel 56, Bolsa Grande 12 Westminster La...
September 20, 1987
Rancho Santiago's men's cross-country team and Orange Coast College's women's cross-country team were victorious for the second week in a row. The teams, both fresh from victories at the Fresno Invitational, captured first place in their divisions of the Mira Costa Invitational Saturday. Rancho Santiago finished with 61 points, led by Dave Moore, who finished fourth in 20:57. OCC finished fourth in the men's division with 126 points.
June 3, 1986
University High School shortstop Al Contrera and Saddleback pitcher Jeff Rowe have been named the Sea View League's Players of the Year in a vote of league baseball coaches. Contrera, a senior, batted .456 for the league champion Trojans. Rowe, also a senior, had an 8-2 record with a 2.36 earned-run average for the Roadrunners, who finished second. First team: Pitchers--Pat Norville (Estancia), Jr.; Coby Naess (Laguna Beach), Sr.; Todd Krueger (University), Sr.
March 8, 1985
The Santa Ana College baseball team elevated its record to 10-2 with a 13-2 rout of Miracosta Thursday at Miracosta. The Dons' Brent Ryhlick hit a three-run triple in the first inning, and went 2 for 3. Vince Shinholster of Santa Ana added a two-run homer in the fourth inning, as the Dons outhit the Spartans, 13-6. Starter Gary Pifer (3-0) pitched seven innings for the victory.
March 21, 1986
Robin Goodin hit a three-run double in the second inning that helped Cal State Fullerton to a 5-1 win over Oregon State in the first-round of the PONY Invitational Softball Tournament at Fullerton. Goodin later scored on and infield out by Rina Foster. The Titans (21-3) got a strong pitching performance from Susan LeFebvre (9-2), who allowed one hit and struck out eight.
November 12, 1987 |
Southwestern College will try to end a six-game losing streak in a Mission Conference football game against San Diego Mesa Saturday at 1:30 p.m. at Mesa. Southwestern opened the season with three consecutive victories, but things haven't gone right since. Southwestern appeared to have stopped the slide two weeks ago, but Saddleback kicked a field goal with eight seconds left for a 47-45 victory.
October 31, 1992 |
Aron Garcia passed for a season-high 223 yards to help propel Sea View League-leading Irvine to a 33-0 victory over Saddleback at Santa Ana Stadium Friday night. Garcia connected on 13 of 16 passes, including his last 10, to improve the Vaqueros' record to 7-1, 5-0 in league, and clinch a playoff berth for Irvine. "Saddleback was well-prepared and we had a hard time running against them," said Irvine Coach Terry Henigan. "We took what we could get and Garcia was sharp."