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  • 'Ryno' loves to help

    'Ryno' loves to help
    As Newport Harbor High principal Sean Boulton read the name of the Classified Employee of the Year, voted on by the students, everyone in attendance looked toward the corner of the gym, where Ryan O'Donnell walked to accept the award. O'Donnell, a 6-...
  • Brinkley still going at it

    Brinkley still going at it
    Jeff Brinkley plans to retire from Newport Harbor High in December, but not from coaching football. After 30 years at the school, Brinkley said it's time for him to step down as a physical education teacher. The extra time will allow the 62-year-old...
  • Bonds leads young group

    Bonds leads young group
    Only six times under Jeff Brinkley has Newport Harbor High missed the CIF Southern Section football playoffs. Brinkley is entering his 30th year in charge of the Sailors and he expects to return to the postseason this year. His team will once again rely...
  • Health key to Eagles' hopes

    A promising run that included an 8-2 regular-season record and an unbeaten Orange Coast League championship campaign, fizzled in a first-round playoff loss for the Estancia High football team in 2014. And Coach Mike Bargas said injuries were a big...
  • Sailors dominate Eagles in scrimmage

    Sailors dominate Eagles in scrimmage
    In Orange County football circles, Estancia High and Newport Harbor operate in different competitive worlds. But when the two schools met in a preseason scrimmage on Friday morning at Jim Scott Stadium, it was clear at least that much of the coaching...
  • A CdM win for Baby O'Shea

    A CdM win for Baby O'Shea
    Dan O'Shea's debut as Corona del Mar High's head football coach will have to wait at least another week. O'Shea missed CdM's season opener because his wife, Elizabeth, went into labor Thursday night at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian. Two hours...
  • Costa Mesa football low in numbers

    Costa Mesa football low in numbers
    "Depth" is not typically a word to associate with the Costa Mesa High football team. Glen Fisher, who coached at Beckman the past two seasons, is in his first year in charge of the Mustangs. He said he'd like to have 60 players in the program. Mesa...
  • Rough start for Sage Hill

    Rough start for Sage Hill
    A new coach and season for the Sage Hill School football team, same season-opening opponent and result. The Lightning kicked off the year on Thursday night against Calvary Chapel, and the Eagles walloped Sage Hill yet again in an opener. Calvary...
  • Season of change for CdM

    Season of change for CdM
    Dan O'Shea's second attempt as a head coach of a high school football team is different. He's 45 now, 12 years older than the first time he took the reigns of a program. The situation at Corona del Mar is quite the contrast from O'Shea's first chance to...
  • Lightning expect improvement

    Lightning expect improvement
    Abram Booty smiles when asked about his coaching staff for the Sage Hill School football team this season. Booty, the first-year head coach and former LSU and pro wide receiver, has assembled some former college and professional football stars on his...
  • Sage strong at receiver

    As the Sage Hill School football team practiced this week, there was noise on the usually quiet campus. Bulldozers were at work in a dirt area immediately to the south of the football field. Construction is underway for six tennis courts, which are...
  • Peters steps down at Estancia

    Amber Peters has resigned as Estancia High girls' water polo coach after two seasons, she confirmed Thursday night. Peters has accepted a full-time teaching position at Stauffer Middle School in Downey, she said. "There would be absolutely no way...