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High School Roundup: Sage Hill 8-man football routs Brethren Christian

Sage Hill head coach BJ Crabtree looks forward to upcoming season.
Sage Hill coach BJ Crabtree, seen coaching on Aug. 22, 2018, led the Lightning to a 62-6 victory over Brethren Christian on Thursday.
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Quarterback Finn McClintock passed for 250 yards, three touchdowns and no interceptions, and the Sage Hill School 8-man football team routed Brethren Christian 62-6 in an Express League game at home Thursday night.

Ben Romeo had three receiving touchdowns for the Lightning (5-1, 3-0 in league). He also returned two interceptions for a touchdown.

Jake Nadelman had two rushing touchdowns for Sage Hill, which was led defensively by middle linebacker Daniel Sherlock and free safety Christo Karahalios, coach BJ Crabtree said.

Sage Hill continues league play at Silverado St. Michael’s Prep on Oct. 17.


Brethren Christian (1-4, 0-2) plays at Avalon on Oct. 18.


Corona del Mar 3, Edison 1: Molly Joyce had 11 kills, and the host Sea Kings clinched the outright Surf League title 25-19, 23-25, 25-14, 25-19 in Thursday’s league match.

Nikki Senske had 10 kills, and Bella Pouliot added 27 assists for CdM (19-5, 5-0 in league).

The Sea Kings got help from Los Alamitos (20-10, 2-3), which swept visiting Huntington Beach (24-10, 3-2).

Edison dropped to 16-15 overall and 0-5 in league play.


Laguna Beach 3, Fountain Valley 1: Piper Naess had 18 kills to lead the host Breakers to a 25-18, 19-25, 25-13, 25-18 victory in a Wave League match on Thursday.

Laguna Beach (26-9, 5-0 in league) clinched the outright Wave League crown, the program’s 15th straight league title.

Cambria Hall had 14 kills, and Sophie Reavis added 10 kills for the Breakers.

Fountain Valley (16-10, 2-3) is tied with Newport Harbor (11-18, 2-3) for second place in league.

Newport Harbor 3, Marina 1: The host Sailors came away with a 25-19, 21-25, 25-18, 25-17 Wave League victory on Thursday to keep their playoff hopes alive.

Marina dropped to 8-17 overall and 1-4 in the league. The Vikings could still forge a three-way tie for second place if they beat Fountain Valley at home on Tuesday, combined with a Newport Harbor loss versus Laguna Beach.


Corona del Mar 14, Newport Harbor 4: Reece Kenerson swept in singles for the host Sea Kings in Thursday’s Surf League opener.

Hannah Jervis and Kristina Veskovic each won twice before being subbed out of the Battle of the Bay rivalry match for CdM (9-5). The doubles teams of Jane Paulsen and Alden Mulrey, Ashley Thomas and Cate Mongomery, as well as Tori Varela and Olivia Sipiora, also won twice before they were subbed out.

CdM hosts Fountain Valley on Tuesday at 3 p.m.


Newport Harbor got one doubles win each from the teams of Amra Barton and Talia Baia, Avery Wooden and Trish Harano, as well as Riley DeCinces and Bree Clark. The Sailors, who play at Los Alamitos on Tuesday, fell to 6-8 overall.

Edison 14, Marina 4: The visiting Chargers cruised in Thursday’s Wave League opener.

Edison (6-5) plays at Huntington Beach on Tuesday, while Marina (10-8) plays at Laguna Beach.


Edison 194, Newport Harbor 212: The Chargers’ Chaemin Kim was the individual medalist with a one-under-par 34 in Thursday’s Wave League match at Costa Mesa Country Club’s Mesa Linda Course.

Kim shot her third straight under-par round for Edison (9-2, 4-0 in league).

Sabrina Nesbitt and Cathy Tong each shot a 37 to lead Newport Harbor (3-7, 2-2).

Fountain Valley 197, Huntington Beach 200: Madison Le was the medalist for the Barons with a one-under-par 35 in Thursday’s Surf League match at SeaCliff Country Club.

Misty Le shot a 38 for Fountain Valley, which improved to 12-3 overall and 2-2 in league play.

Vanessa Betancourt carded 37 to lead Huntington Beach (9-2, 2-2).


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11:58 PM, Oct. 10, 2019: This article was updated with girls’ volleyball results.

This article was originally published on Oct. 10 at 10 p.m.