High School Roundup: Sage Hill Girls Basketball Takes Big Win at Orangewood Academy

Kat Righeimer had 19 points and eight rebounds and led the Sage Hill School basketball team at Orangewood Academy 47-42 Tuesday in a home game in the San Joaquin League.

Orangewood Academy (11-4, 0-1) entered the week at number 7 in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 poll. Sage Hill is No. 4 in Division 2AA.

Emily Eadie had 10 points, 10 rebounds and three assists for Sage Hill (13-7, 1-1). Isabel Gomez had 10 points and four rebounds, and Annabelle Spotts contributed six points and six rebounds.

Corona del Mar 59, Huntington Beach 34: Makena Tomlinson scored a game-high 17 points to accelerate the Sea Kings in a Surf League opener on the road on Tuesday.

Dorothy Schwenck added 12 runs, all scored from the three-point line, for CdM (9-8). Haley Esquino also scored 10 points.

Isobel Melitas was eight points ahead of Huntington Beach (7-9). Lily Alonso and Ashley Dean each scored six points.

Saddleback 40, Estancia 24: Mackenzie Sanchez had 11 points and 11 rebounds for the host Eagles in Tuesday’s Orange Coast League game.

Estancia is now 8-7 overall and 0-2 in the league.

Laguna Beach 40, Marina 13: Kate Cheng had 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead the visiting Breakers in a Wave League opener on Tuesday.

Alexandra Grombchevsky scored 10 points for Laguna Beach (15-5). Kenna Rudolph added three points, nine rebounds, four steals and three assists.

Marina fell to 5-13 during the season.

Newport Harbor 52, Edison 26: Chase Dionio scored 20 more points with five steals and three assists as host Sailors doubled down on the Chargers in a Wave League opener on Tuesday.

Cydney Jover added eight points, four steals and three assists for Newport Harbor (14-5), and Emma Fults contributed seven points and eight rebounds.

Mia Cassel had 10 points and five rebounds for Edison (7-14). Kat Rumsey came in with eight points.


Santa Ana 5, Fountain Valley 2: The visiting Barons fell to 9-4 overall after being defeated in a low-scoring affair in nonleague play on Tuesday.

Los Amigos 13, Big Bag 10: The Lobos took their first win of the season in a Garden Grove League road race on Tuesday.

Los Amigos improved to 1-5 overall and 1-0 in the league.

Marina 18, Kennedy 4: The Vikings took a lopsided victory in Tuesday’s nonleague road game.

Marina (4-10) starts Wave League game against Edison (4-6) on Thursday.


Los Alamitos 3, Edison 1: The Griffins, ranked No. 8 in Division 1, were victorious in Tuesday’s Surf League opener at Edison High School.

Kaylee Noble, Amelia Abusham and Delilah Kishek each scored a goal for Los Alamitos (9-3-5).

Edison (9-6-1) will host CdM on Thursday.

Estancia 6, Saddleback 1: The Eagles earned their second consecutive loss to play at home in the Orange Coast League on Tuesday.

Estancia (4-8, 2-0) will play in Santa Ana on Thursday, before a rescheduled road game at crosstown rival Costa Mesa on Monday.

Newport Harbor 2, Fountain Valley 1: Laine Briggs scored twice for the Sailors in their Wave League opener Tuesday at Newport Harbor High.

Stella Gaffney and Sadie Hoch provided assists for Newport Harbor (6-8-4), and goalkeeper Emily Park made two saves.

Karlee Giuntoli scored from a free kick for Fountain Valley (5-6-3).

Newport Harbor plays in Marina on Thursday, while Fountain Valley travels to Laguna Beach.

Marina 2, Laguna Beach 1: The Vikings defeated the Breakers in both teams’ Wave League opener on Tuesday at Marina High.

Marina improved to 5-4-2 this season, while Laguna Beach dropped to 2-5-2.

Ocean View 4, Segerstrom 0: Isis Salazar scored all four goals for the Seahawks in Tuesday’s Golden West League game at home.

The Seahawks improved to 7-3-1 overall and 3-0 in the league.


Ocean View 79, Westminster 51: Chico Lopez scored 19 points to lead the Seahawks in Tuesday’s Golden West League opener at Ocean View High.

Peyton Guerrero added 17 points for Ocean View (10-6), which will continue the competition when it hosts Katella on Friday.


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