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22Mar
2014

Game Recap – Valencia 03/20/14

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 13 – Valencia 4

Valencia girls lacrosse opened the season with a 5-0 record, but Newport came off the bus strong and brought home the victory, 13-4. For the Sailors, sophomore midfielder Rylie Siegfried slashed through the arc to open scoring on two identical goals fed from junior attacker Kim Comet. The Tigers regrouped after falling behind 3-0 and followed Jenna Fogliasso into a goal-for-goal shootout with Newport, leaving a halftime score of 6-3. But the second half was all Sailor, as senior captain Alex Palmer took over, netting six goals, scooping three ground balls and a draw control, and causing four turnovers. Siegfried ended with three goals, freshman attacker Katie Hendrix broke the seal on her varsity career with two, and goalie Cailynn Smethurst acted the part of the wall, saving 12 shots (75%).

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Rylie Siegfried
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JV
Newport Harbor 9 – Los Al 12

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Bridget Nolan
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18Mar
2014

Game Recap – El Toro 03/17/14

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 9 – El Toro 8

Both El Toro and NHHS have been strong out of the gates. As expected, their St. Patrick’s Day meeting went down to the wire, with the Sailors ending up on top, 9-8. Senior captain Cailynn Smethurst was in form between the pipes, saving 14 of 22 shots on goal (64%). In front of her, the Newport defense used its entire bench to deal with a Charger attack led by junior Emily Lackey, who finished with three goals and an assist. For the Sailors, six different sticks contributed, with three goals coming from Alex Palmer and two goals each from Daniela Vazquez, and Brittany McCoy.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Cailynn Smethurst
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JV
Newport Harbor 8 – El Toro 7

A very competitive game was played under the lights in Lake Forest on St. Patrick’s Day with the JV ladies coming out on top by one goal and improving their undefeated record to 5-0. The game was well played by both teams and was a nail biter until the final horn. Eight different Sailor’s scored, while Sophia Martinez had another strong game in goal with 8 saves. Defensively, the team was decent in draw control, ground ball control and especially caused turnovers. The girls take the field next on Thursday at Los Al.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Laura Tran
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17Mar
2014

Scoop Weekly – March 17-21, 2014

VARSITY SCHEDULE:
*If you will not be attending, please contact Coach Armstrong by email or text @ (949) 444-3898.

3/17: GAME @ El Toro 5:30pm; Bus departs senior parking lot @ 3:30pm.
3/18: LIBRARY COMPUTER LAB 1:45 – 2:35pm – Details below
3/19: PRACTICE 2:30 – 4:30pm; TEAM DINNER 5pm @ The Murphy’s/Ingrid Wentzel.
3/20: GAME @ Valencia 5:30pm; Bus departs senior parking lot @ 3:30pm.
3/21: PRACTICE 2:30 – 4:30pm
3/23: SPIRIT RUN 7:45 – 9ish am – Details below

JV SCHEDULE:
*If you will not be attending, please contact Coach Carly Prober by email or text @ (858) 229-7922.

3/17: GAME @ El Toro 7:00pm; Bus departs senior parking lot @ 3:30pm.
3/18: LIBRARY COMPUTER LAB 2:35 – 3:30pm – Details below
3/19: PRACTICE 2:30 – 4:30pm; TEAM DINNER 5pm at Sgt. Pepperoni’s Pizza, 2300 Southeast Bristol Street, NB hosted by Heather Roberts/Jessica Woodruff.
3/20: GAME @ Los Al 5:00pm; Bus departs senior parking lot @ 3:15pm.
3/21: PRACTICE 2:30 – 4:30pm
3/23: SPIRIT RUN 7:45 – 9ish am – Details below

PROGRAM WIDE:

Great work on the car wash! Special thanks to Katie Hendrix and Rylie Siegfried for their outstanding fundraising efforts. They’ve set the bar high. Who’s going to step up next?

LIBRARY COMPUTER LAB/SPIRIT RUN PLEDGE DRIVE – TUESDAY: The pledge drive is all online, and it is very simple. Be sure to have email addresses for about 15 relatives and non-local friends of the family. Try to think of anyone who would be willing and able to donate $10 to your 5K run. If you have more than 15, that’s great; the more folks you ask to pledge, the more likely you will be to earn more sponsorships. Those who would like to get a workout in after the pledge drive (wall-ball, stick-work, fitness), plan to stay from 3:30-4:30.

SPIRIT RUN – SUNDAY: NHHS Girls Lacrosse will run the Newport Harbor Spirit Run 5K. The race begins at 8:15 AM. All players should report to the check-in area at 7:45. You can pick up your bib and chip ahead of time at Whole Foods Fashion Island and receive a swag bag; otherwise, you can get your bib and chip at the check-in area at 7:45 on the morning of the race. We will be done with the race by 9:00 AM. We will do a final huddle at the end of the race, at which point players will be free to go. Any player having trouble finding a ride to and from the event can speak with Coach Armstrong. Please wear your NHHS Girls Lacrosse gray t-shirt provided by The Agency Realty.

14Mar
2014

Game Recap – Trabuco Hills 03/13/14

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 9 – Trabuco Hills 10

THHS and NHHS were both defending 3-0 records, and the game was a back-and-forth battle that ended with a 10-9 victory for the visiting Mustangs. For the Sailors, Mia Bagiu shut down the Mustangs’ most prolific goal scorer, but Trabuco’s junior midfielder Jenelle Phillips took charge with four goals. Alex Palmer had another stellar night for the Tars, booking four goals and an assist. The Sailor defense held the prolific Trabuco attack to six under its average. With three games decided by three goals in the last month, a new rivalry is taking shape.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Mia Bagiu
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JV
Newport Harbor 9 – Trabuco Hills 4

In their closest contest yet, the Sailor Girls JV team beat Trabuco Hills on Thursday afternoon keeping their undefeated season going and improving to 4-0. The game was well played by both teams with crisp passing and good defense the order of the day. Caitlin Dwyer led the team with four goals on ten shots. Nicole Newman had another great defensive game with two caused turn over’s and one interception. Draw control was non-existent for the team in the first half, however Nina Robinson and Jessica Woodruff combined for five in the second half. Sophia Martinez had another strong game in net with nine saves.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Caitlin Dwyer
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12Mar
2014

Game Recap – Palos Verdes 03/11/14

VARSITY
Newport Harbor 13 – Palos Verdes 7

PVHS opened scoring with an early goal, but the offensive sails caught the wind for NHHS, as the team ripped the next six and took home the victory with a final score of 13-7. Senior captain Alex Palmer lit the scoreboard five times and sophomore Brittany McCoy had a breakout game with four emphatic goals of her own. Palmer also racked five ground balls, three caused turnovers, and a draw control. Defensive specialists Mia Bagiu and Allana Rockwell stood firm against the Sea King attack and each added a goal of her own to the Sailor tally. After a 12-5 loss to PVHS in 2013, the victory was especially sweet for the NHHS program, which is off to its first ever 3-0 start.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Alex Palmer
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JV
Newport Harbor 13 – Palos Verdes 2

The JV Sailor Girls remained undefeated, upping their record to 3-0, by beating Palos Verdes Tuesday by a score of 13 – 2. Sarah Farley led the scoring with 5 goals and Carlye Lenk had two. Nicole Newman had a strong game with an assist and two caused turnovers. The Sailor Girls had 12 Draw Control’s, five each for Ms. Farley and Marissa Cislaw. Sophia Martinez had a great game in goal with eight saves on ten shots.

PLAYER OF THE GAME: Sophia Martinez
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