10 Apr
2018

Welcome Aboard Visitors

Newport Harbor Field Hockey hosted a table at the NHHS Welcome Aboard event on Monday night for the incoming freshman, Class of 2022. Thanks to all who stopped by our table!

8 Feb
2018

Save the Dates: Summer 2018

Below you will find the Newport Harbor Field Hockey 2018 Summer Dates. We will post an update once we have secured times and location. We look forward to the coming season!

Newport Harbor Field Hockey Alumni Game
Saturday, July 28

Newport Harbor Field Hockey Summer Camp
Incoming Freshman and New Players
July 23 – August 2, Monday thru Friday & Monday thru Thursday

Newport Harbor Field Hockey Summer Camp
Returning Players
July 30 – August 2, Monday thru Thursday
***July 23 – July 27: Returning players may coach/participate for volunteer hours during the Junior High and Newbie camp, just let Coach Amanda know if you’ll be present.

Newport Harbor High School Field Hockey Tryouts
August 3, 6 & 7, Friday, Monday and Tuesday
*The Newport Harbor High School Field Hockey Tryouts are separate from the Newport Harbor Field Hockey Summer Camp. Newport Harbor Field Hockey is a competitive program and spots are limited. No player, returning or new, is guaranteed a spot on any team. Student athletes are evaluated on attributes such as skill, speed, stamina, strength, progression, coach-ability, work ethic, attitude, commitment, character, and potential.

***Practices for all three teams begin August 13.
Tentative Dates for Varsity Team Building Trip: August 13 – August 15.

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Newport Harbor Field Hockey Junior High Summer Camp
For Grades 6, 7 & 8 in the 2017-2018 school year
July 23 – July 27, Monday thru Friday

22 Jan
2018

Watch USA Field Hockey!

In less than a week the U.S. Women’s National Team welcomes the FIH Hero World Ranked No. 1 the Netherlands to the West Coast. Both teams have a lot to prepare for in the coming months as they start their international calendars on a high note with the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018 just around the corner.

All games will be live streamed on usafieldhockey.com. Stay tuned to usafieldhockey.com for more information regarding the USWNT vs. The Netherlands series. #UN1TED
16 Nov
2017

Banquet Success!

The 2017 Newport Harbor Field Hockey Banquet was a lovely, fun evening! It was truly a fabulous celebration of the 2017-2018 season. A big thank you to the Banquet Committee for all that you did to make it such a lovely evening: Jen Blanchfield, Claudia Hill, Paula O’Connor, Sue & Steven Dewan, Rhonda Knipp, Dawn Kerrigan, Suzy Robinson, Heidi Bixby, Suzie Kontra, Monique & Wagner Montiel, Ronda Fay, Betsy Elliott, Sarah Martinez, Lori Sheldon, Nancy Vaughan, Rene Baldwin, Barbara Lucore, Todd Knipp, and Jason Boyer! Go Newport!


5 Nov
2017

Stix Weekly

PROGRAM WIDE
– This is the last Stix Weekly – what a great season! Thank you for your incredible support and participation over the past few months.

– The banquet evite was sent via email. When you RSVP, please do not include players. Players should contact their coach if they cannot attend, otherwise we will assume that they are attending. If you did not receive the email, please contact newportharborfieldhockey@gmail.com.

– Off Season Field Hockey will begin on Monday, November 20. It is scheduled to be Mondays and Thursdays, 3:30 – 6 p.m. *This schedule is subject to change depending on field availability. Girls will meet at the Field Hockey Storage Room at Davidson Field.

VARSITY
Monday – Banquet Video Day at 5:00 p.m. at Davidson Field in white uniform with varsity sweaters.
Wednesday – Uniform Turn In, 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. Uniform & Practice Pennie must be washed and clean.

JUNIOR VARSITY
Monday – Banquet Video Day at 4:00 p.m. at Davidson Field in white uniform.
Wednesday – Uniform Turn In, 1:45 – 2:10 p.m. Uniform & Practice Pennie must be washed and clean.

FROSH/SOPH
Monday – Banquet Video Day at 4:30 p.m. at Davidson Field in white uniform.
Wednesday – Uniform Turn In, 1:30 – 1:55 p.m. Uniform & Practice Pennie must be washed and clean.

5 Nov
2017

TOC Finalists

From the Daily Pilot

Newport Harbor can’t spoil Harvard-Westlake’s undefeated season
By Andrew Turner

Newport Harbor High’s field hockey program has been somewhat dynastic over the last decade.

The Sailors were looking for their sixth title in the last 10 years, but they ran into this year’s most-dominant team in the Los Angeles Field Hockey Assn. Tournament of Champions final.

Newport Harbor struck first, but host Studio City Harvard-Westlake rallied to complete an undefeated season with a 3-1 victory on Saturday night.

Alyse Tran scored the game-winning goal with 10:04 remaining. The senior injector, the initial passer on short corners, jumped into the play after delivering a pass to Rachel Brown.

Brown pushed the ball past a Newport Harbor defender, driving the action closer to the Sailors’ net. Astor Wu sent a pass from the right side of the net in front for Tran, who was able to get her shot past Sarah Sheldon.

“I was absolutely, utterly elated,” Tran said. “It’s crazy because for all of the four years that I’ve been at Harvard-Westlake, this is the one thing that I stayed true to and committed to for the entire four years.”

Sheldon, a four-year varsity goalie for Newport Harbor (18-8-2), made six saves in the match. She made a huge stop on Brown, the tournament MVP, with three minutes to go as she sprinted in on a breakaway.

The Wolverines (20-0) were relentless, though. Wu crashed the net and scored on Harvard-Westlake’s next possession to put the game out of reach.

Newport Harbor broke through to start the match. A crowd of players pursued and batted the ball in front of the net. Kate Davison was the last of four to take a swipe at the ball, driving it past Wolverines goalie Elly Choi for the game’s first goal in the third minute.

Wolverines coach Erin Creznic, who called the undefeated campaign a “once-in-a-career season,” said that Choi had not been scored on all year.

“I couldn’t be any more proud of the way that they played,” Sailors coach Amanda Boyer said of her team. “Their first half of this game was incredible. Scoring the first goal in the beginning was very exciting.

“The girls really played the best that they have the whole season.”

It was Harvard-Westlake, however, who controlled possession throughout. The Wolverines drew six short corners to Newport Harbor’s three before the break.

Nicole Bahar tied the game on the last short corner of the half for Harvard-Westlake in the 24th minute. Tran was the injector, and Mia Reilly drew the assist in taking the initial shot before it was deflected past Sheldon.

“They’re a short-corner powerhouse,” Boyer said. “They play in the circle for a corner because it clears out all the defense. Then you’re only up against three defenders and a goalie. It’s a huge advantage.”

Also in the Tournament of Champions:

Stella Ziegler scored on a redirect off a penalty corner with 8:27 remaining, and Huntington Beach topped Glendora 1-0 in the third-place game.

Nicole Cramer had three saves in the shutout for the Oilers (18-4-4, 9-0-1), who were the Sunset League South champions in the regular season.

Huntington Beach was forced out of the winner’s bracket by Newport Harbor. The Sailors beat the Oilers 1-0 in the semifinals.

3 Nov
2017

TOC Semi-Final Win

Newport Harbor Varsity Field Hockey had a big win on Thursday against the Oilers at Huntington Beach High School in their TOC Semi-Final game. The Sailors won 1-0 with goal scored by Chanse Hill and assist by Kate Davison in the second half of regulation time. Goalkeeper Sarah Sheldon recorded eight saves. Newport faces Harvard Westlake on Saturday for the Championship game at 5:00 p.m. at Harvard Westlake. Go Newport!

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