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Daily Pilot: High School Girls’ Soccer Preview: Surf League up for grabs

Newport Harbor (15-2-5, 3-0 in league) has established itself as the favorite in the four-team Wave League, the lower division of the Sunset Conference which also includes Laguna Beach, Marina and Fountain Valley. Coach Justin Schroeder said his team is after the first league title in program history. Newport Harbor, ranked No. 7 in Division 1, has many skilled players and is particularly strong in the midfield with players like UC Santa Barbara-bound senior Emily Johnson and Sofia Velazquez, the two co-captains, as well as sophomore Reese Bodas.

“It looks like all of the teams that are in Division 1 in the Sunset Conference [Los Alamitos, Newport Harbor, Edison, Corona del Mar and Huntington Beach] could make the Division 1 playoffs,” Schroeder said. “We could all see each other again.

“We’re excited we get to compete for a league championship and hopefully get back into CIF. We’re happy to play any of those Surf teams again. I’m sure they’d be happy to see us, too. If somehow us and Corona del Mar get matched up in CIF, that would be wild.”

By | January 25th, 2019|Sailors in the News|0 Comments

We are League Champs!

Sadie Pitchess scored two goals as the Newport Harbor High girls’ soccer team beat Fountain Valley 3-0 on Thursday night at home, clinching the outright Wave League title.

The Sailors (15-2-6, 4-0-1 in league) clinched first after Laguna Beach (2-2-1 in league) lost 6-0 at Marina. It is the first league title in program history, Newport Harbor coach Justin Schroeder said. Click here to read more.

League Champions
By | January 25th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

NHHS Girls Soccer Fundraiser

NHHS Grit Cycle
By | January 16th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Daily Pilot: Newport Harbor girls’ soccer edges Laguna Beach in Wave League opener

Reese Bodas and Skylynn Rodriguez scored goals as the Newport Harbor High girls’ soccer team beat visiting Laguna Beach 2-1 in Thursday’s Wave League opener.

Kenna Robar and Sadie Pitchess had assists for Newport Harbor, which improved to 12-2-5 overall and plays at Fountain Valley on Tuesday at 5 p.m. Click here to read more.

By | January 12th, 2019|Sailors in the News|0 Comments

Senior Night Jan. 29th

Join us for Senior Night to celebrate our Sensational Seniors! Principal Boulton will be grilling hotdogs and hamburgers and will MC our halftime Ceremony to honor our 6 graduating Seniors. January 29th at 5 pm at Davidson Field. 


By | January 12th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Alumni Game 2018

Thanks to all the NHHS Alumni and current NHHS Soccer Sailors for making our 2nd Annual Alumni game the best yet! See you all next season!

alumni game 2018
By | January 7th, 2019|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Daily Pilot: High School Female Athlete of the Week: ‘Peanut’ playing big for Newport Harbor girls’ soccer

Newport Harbor High sophomore Reese Bodas is better known as “Peanut,” not only to her teammates on the girls’ soccer field but also among many of her classmates at school.

Bodas got the nickname on her first club team, as a 7-year-old for Slammers FC. The team was coached by Daily Pilot Cup tournament director Kirk McIntosh and also featured five players — Nicole Laz, Kaitin Degen, Samara Golan, Jenna McConnaughey and Skylynn Rodriguez — who are current Sailors teammates of Bodas. CLICK HERE TO READ MORE.

By | January 5th, 2019|Sailors in the News|0 Comments

Alumni Game Sign-Up

Alumni Game

Jan. 2nd at 6pm PST at Davidson Field.

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By | December 27th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Newport Harbor girls soccer makes statement by stopping Megan Chelf, knocking off Corona del Mar

Justin Schroeder had a vision of what Newport Harbor could be when he took charge of the girls soccer program two years ago, and Thursday’s 3-0 triumph in a showdown of unbeaten teams at Corona del Mar High served to confirm that the Sailors are, indeed, for real.

Newport Harbor (9-0-3), ranked seventh in CIF Southern Section Division 1, was clinical when it counted and flawless defensively in the Battle of the Bay rivalry game en route to its 11th shutout in a dozen outings and ninth in succession. Click here to read more.

By | December 22nd, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Daily Pilot: Newport Harbor girls’ soccer remains unbeaten with win over Edison

With a wink and a nod, the Newport Harbor High set piece was in motion.

Senior midfielder Emily Johnson dropped her right foot onto a free kick, sending the soccer ball into a crowd of bodies to the left side of the net. Click here to read more.

By | December 20th, 2018|Sailors in the News|0 Comments