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2May
2016

SCOOP WEEKLY | MAY 2-6

  • Congratulations to Varsity for their win over Esperanza on Thursday. First time in program history Newport Harbor has won Century-Empire-Sunset League! Undefeated in league (8-0)!
  • Varsity has earned the 10th seed in the playoffs and will face #7 San Juan Hills on Tuesday @ 7pm, San Juan Hills High School. We hope you can join us and cheer our Varsity to victory! JV & JVB Players can ride the bus with the team!
  • Another BIG Congratulations go out to our JV and JV Blue teams. 16 JV teams competed at Laxapalooza this past Saturday: Newport JV 1st Place and JV Blue 2nd Place! Way to go – Newport Girls Lacrosse future is looking good!
  • Fundraiser 2016 drawing has been delayed. (We have a couple players that sold tickets that have to turn in their stubs. We want to be fair to anyone that bought tickets!) Drawing will happen this week – we’ll keep you posted!
  • MARK YOUR CALENDARS: Newport Harbor Girls Lacrosse Banquet 2016 will be Friday, June 3rd @ 6pm, St. Andrews Youth Center.

SCHEDULE

VARSITY
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Armstrong @ (949) 444-3898. 

5/2 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2:15-4:15PM
5/3 PLAYOFF GAME
 @ SAN JUAN HILLS 7PM; BUS DEPARTS 4:45PM
5/4 TBA
5/5 TBA
5/6 TBA

JV
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Chris @ (760) 809-8796.

5/2 OFF
5/3 VARSITY PLAYOFF GAME
 @ SAN JUAN HILLS 7PM; BUS DEPARTS 4:45PM
5/4 OFF
5/5 OFF
5/6 OFF

JV BLUE
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Hendrix @ (949) 278-2833.

5/2 OFF
5/3 VARSITY PLAYOFF GAME
 @ SAN JUAN HILLS 7PM; BUS DEPARTS 4:45PM
5/4 VIDEO SHOOT
@ HARPER 2:30PM; PLEASE WEAR/BRING BOTH UNIFORMS & TEAM JACKET.
5/5 OFF
5/6 OFF


MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Newport Harbor Girls Lacrosse Banquet
Friday, June 3rd @ 5:30pm
St. Andrews Youth Center

Summer Camp at USC
Dates: June 20-22
Commuter & Overnight Options Available (overnight spots limited; first come first serve)
Grades: 8-12
Optional Pre-Camp Sessions:

  • Shooting: Led by Lindsey Munday, All World Attacker
  • Draw Control: Led by Alyssa Leonard, NCAA All-Time Draw Leader
  • Goalie: Led by Devon Wills, All-World Goalie

Summer Camp Flyer: Click Here

27Apr
2016

GAME RECAP | 4/26 VS TEMECULA VALLEY

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 11
Temecula Valley 4

Newport Harbor Takes Down Temecula Valley

Newport Harbor made the trek to Temecula and earned its third straight victory, 11-4.  Although senior Rylie Siegfried fed junior Katie Hendrix off the opening draw to earn the 1-0 lead, the flood gates did not open, and the Golden Bears settled in and controlled much of the first half.  After falling behind 2-1, the Sailors girded up and clawed back to a lead behind goals from Siegfried and junior attacker Caitlin Dwyer.  Hendrix gave Newport a 5-2 cushion on a smooth and aggressive drive, ducking under the low defense and splitting the slide for the close range ripper.  The home team chipped one of the lead before halftime, to make the score 5-3.

The second half was all Sailors, as the defense played lights out ball.  Anchored by seniors Hannah Sanders (nine saves, 69%) and Jordan Rausch, the Newport defense simply would not allow the Temecula Valley attack to develop any consistent threat.  Meanwhile, the offense for NHHS went to work.  Driving was the name of the game, and juniors Heather Roberts and Sarah Farley earned a spot in the book with a goal apiece.  Dwyer added one more to her total, Hendrix finished with three goals and five draw controls, and Siegfried lit it up with four goals, an assist, and three draw controls.

PLAYERS OF THE GAME: Hannah Sanders & Rylie Siegfried
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JV
Newport Harbor 9
Temecula Valley 6

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Rachel Del Valle
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JV BLUE
Newport Harbor 14
University 6

 

25Apr
2016

SCOOP WEEKLY | APRIL 25-30

  • Thank you to everyone that came out and help make Thursday’s Senior Night a success! Special thanks to Julie Allen, Cheryl Roberts, Teran Rodriguez, Paula O’Connor and Drew Warmington!
  • Last week of regular season games. JV and JV Blue will be participating in Laxapalooza on Saturday and Varsity Play-Off Schedule to be announced this week!
  • Fundraiser 2016 is going strong! You have until Friday to sell, sell, sell! We spied 6 JV Blue players selling at Ralph’s this weekend and we heard that two Varsity players have sold all their tickets! KILLING IT!

SCHEDULE

VARSITY
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Armstrong @ (949) 444-3898. 

4/25 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2:15-4:15PM
4/26 GAME
 @ TEMECULA VALLEY 6:30PM; BUS DEPARTS AT 2PM
4/27 PRACTICE 
@ HARPER 2:15-4:15PM
4/28 GAME @ ESPERANZA 5PM; BUS DEPARTS 2:45PM
4/29 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2:15-4:15PM; FUNDRAISER 2016 TICKET TURN IN!

JV
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Chris @ (760) 809-8796.

4/25 PRACTICE @ BACK BAY 2:30-4:30PM
4/26 GAME @ TEMECULA VALLEY 5PM; BUS DEPARTS AT 2PM
4/27 PRACTICE @ BACK BAY 2:30-4:30PM; TEAM DINNER 5PM HOSTED BY TRANE
4/28 GAME @ ESPERANZA 6:30PM; BUS DEPARTS 2:45PM
4/29 PRACTICE @ BACK BAY 2:30-4:30PM; FUNDRAISER 2016 TICKET TURN IN!
4/30 LAXAPALOOZA @ LAGUNA HILLS HS @ 8AM; *SEPARATE EMAIL

JV BLUE
*If you will not be attending, please text Coach Hendrix @ (949) 278-2833.

4/25 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2-4PM
4/26 GAME VS UNIVERSITY 6:45PM; BUS DEPARTS 5:15PM | ESTANCIA; PHOTO SHOOT IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING GAME.
4/27 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2-4PM; TEAM DINNER 4:15PM HOSTED BY LUCORE/WADMAN
4/28 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2-4PM
4/29 PRACTICE @ HARPER 2-4PM; FUNDRAISER 2016 TICKET TURN IN!
4/30 LAXAPALOOZA @ LAGUNA HILLS HS @ 8:50AM; *SEPARATE EMAIL


MARK YOUR CALENDAR

Summer Camp at USC
Dates: June 20-22
Commuter & Overnight Options Available (overnight spots limited; first come first serve)
Grades: 8-12
Optional Pre-Camp Sessions:

  • Shooting: Led by Lindsey Munday, All World Attacker
  • Draw Control: Led by Alyssa Leonard, NCAA All-Time Draw Leader
  • Goalie: Led by Devon Wills, All-World Goalie

Summer Camp Flyer: Click Here

23Apr
2016

OCVarsity.com | Newport Harbor ready to make playoff run

Newport Harbor ready to make playoff run

STAFF WRITER

The Newport Harbor girls lacrosse team accomplished one goal Thursday night.

With their 11-1 victory over Yorba Linda, the Sailors clinched their first outright Century SE (Century Sunset-Empire) League title.

The Sailors’ focus will soon be turned toward another goal: advancing out of the first round the U.S. Lacrosse Orange County Championships.

Last year, the Sailors drew the 15th seed and lost in the opening round to the eventual champion, second-seeded Foothill.

The Sailors are likely to have a better starting point this time around when the playoff matchups are announced. It is all part of the growth of the program.

“We were expecting to be undefeated in league, and with one more game, we will be able to execute that,” Coach Matt Armstrong said. “Looking at our nonleague schedule, we wanted to face the best competition around. We played a number of teams in the top 10 and top 15.

“We didn’t have that breakthrought win we were all looking for.”

They had enough near-misses that Armstrong believes his team will be primed for the playoffs.

“Most (of the losses) were close,” he said. “We lost by two to Trabuco Hills (8-6), one to Beckman (7-6) and Los Alamitos (9-8), and by two to Corona del Mar (9-7). Foothill and Mater Dei handled us early, but the girls are battle-tested.”

The Sailors are led by senior Rylie Siegfried, but several others have also made important contributions, including Katie Hendrix, Adena Rothbard, Jordan Rausch and Heather Roberts.

Newport Harbor concludes the regular season next week with road games against Temecula Valley and Esperanza. The playoff pairings will be announced April 30.

TITLE CONTENDERS

The top three girls lacrosse teams in the county are Mater Dei, St. Margaret’s and defending champion Foothill. Mater Dei and St. Margaret’s are undefeated.

Armstrong believes after that group, there is parity in the county.

“I think there could be a lot of good first-round games,” he said. “I think you could possibly see a 12th seed beating a 5 seed. The top three teams, I think any one of them could win it (title).”

Last year, fourth-seeded Beckman defeated top-seeded Mater Dei in the county semifinals.

Contact the writer: dcalhoun@ocregister.com

 

22Apr
2016

GAME RECAP | 4/21 VS YORBA LINDA

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 11
Yorba Linda 1

Newport Earns League Title with 11-1 Win Over Yorba Linda

Newport Harbor had a lot to fight for on Thursday.  Not only would a win lock in the team’s first outright league title in program history, but it would also be a fitting send-off to the senior class that built NHHS girls lacrosse into what it is today.  As an injured Sophia Riggan cheered from the sidelines, seniors Maxine Aiello, Emily Lukosky, Nicole Newman, Jordan Rausch, Hannah Sanders, and Rylie Siegfried all took the “home” field for the last time—and then put on a show for their teary-eyed parents.

The Newport offense spent the first half methodically attacking the Yorba Linda’s signature zone.  Junior captain Katie Hendrix fed the first of her three assists to posting classmate Sarah Farley for the opening score, and Siegfried embroidered her monogram on the game just moments later with a draw win straight to cage that netted what would become the game winner.  Hendrix finished with two goals, three assists, three draws, two ground balls, and an interception; Farley scored two, made one assist, snagged a draw and two ground balls, and intercepted one; Siegfried scored two and took down seven draws.  Yorba snuck a goal past the Newport defense late in the first to make a halftime score of 6-1.

Throughout the game, the Newport ride was murderous and the defense was relentless; the visiting Mustangs were unable to find any offensive rhythm.  Sanders was forced to make only two saves (67%); Rausch scooped four ground balls and took away three; Aiello scooped three and earned three takeaways; junior Jill Rosten scooped three, intercepted one, and took one away.  The goal of the game came late in the second, as Hendrix threw a 20-yard pass to junior Jessica Woodruff, who cut into the 8M from X, handled the pass with an acrobatic catch at her shoelaces, and wind-milled an overhand quick-stick (!) past the goalie.  Adding to the Sailor scoreboard were sophomores Adena Rothbard (two goals, two ground balls) and Lysie Kenney (two goals), and junior Heather Roberts (one assist, game-high five ground balls).

VARSITY PLAYER OF THE GAME: Nicole Newman
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JV
Newport Harbor 12
Yorba Linda 2


JV BLUE
Newport Harbor 11
Yorba Linda 5

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