High School Roundup: Costa Mesa girls’ volleyball gets past Ocean View

Costa Mesa's Lorelei Hobbis (1), shown making a kill against Godinez in 2019, had 21 kills in the Mustangs' victory.
Costa Mesa’s Lorelei Hobbis (1), shown making a kill against Godinez in 2019, had 21 kills in the Mustangs’ nonleague victory over Ocean View on Thursday.
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Lorelei Hobbis had 21 kills and 15 digs as the Costa Mesa High girls’ volleyball team defeated Ocean View, 22-25, 25-11, 25-22, 25-18 in a nonleague match Thursday at Ocean View High.

Abby Johnson had 17 digs, two service aces and five kills for Costa Mesa (9-3), which opens Orange Coast League play Tuesday at home against Orange.

Ocean View fell to 2-5 overall.


Cerritos 14, Ocean View 6: Haston Allen scored on a screen pass from Seth Churchwell, giving the Seahawks their only points in Thursday’s nonleague road game.

Ocean View (1-3), which has lost three straight games, will attempt to end that streak when it hosts Walnut on Sept. 17.


Corona del Mar 14, Studio City Campbell Hall 4: Cate Montgomery and Lauren Jones swept at No. 1 doubles for the Sea Kings on Thursday at CdM.

Sydnee Spirlin and Sara Miller also swept in doubles for CdM (4-1) in the nonleague match, while Sienna Brooks, Shea Tomac and Jane Paulsen each won twice in singles.

On Wednesday, CdM edged former league rival University 9-9, 74-73 in games. Montgomery and Jones, Spirlin and Miller and Lena Pham and Katie Barnes all won twice in doubles.

CdM plays at Palos Verdes Peninsula on Tuesday.


Studio City Harvard-Westlake 15, Laguna Beach 6: Cade Anderton and Sai Bassett each had two goals to lead the Breakers in Thursday’s nonleague road match.

Brady Bumgardner and Diego Audebert also scored for Laguna Beach (2-2), which competes at the Santa Barbara Invitational this weekend.


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