Fountain Valley Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Fountain Valley, CA

  • 10 hrs ago | via Daily Pilot 

    Football: Rough one for Tars

    Twenty-three is the number of touchdowns the Newport Harbor High football team has allowed in its three Sunset League games. The Sailors cannot seem to stop any offense in league.


  • Yesterday | via Huntington Beach Independent 

    Football: Oilers pull away for win over Barons

    Earlier in the week, Fountain Valley High football Coach Ray Fenton said he wasn't deceived by Huntington Beach's record. After 48 minutes of Sunset League football Thursday at Cap Sheue Field, the second-year Barons' coach reiterated what he had said just a few days ago.


  • Thursday | via Daily Pilot 

    Football Preview: Newport Harbor vs. Edison

    Key Sailors: Sr. QB Cole Norris ; Sr. LB-RB-WR Riley Gaddis ; Sr. DE-TE Brett Beaudette Key Chargers: Jr. RB Jacob Marines ; Sr. WR Jake Favreau ; Sr. DE Manase Times ; Jr. QB Grant Lowary Breakdown: Newport Harbor goes up against the defending Sunset League champion Edison, ranked No.


  • Thursday | via Daily Pilot 

    Boys' Water Polo: Sailors bounce back

    The Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team picked an opportune time Wednesday night to play perhaps its most complete game of the season thus far. If the Sailors would have lost the Sunset League game against Edison, they could have missed the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs altogether.


  • Saturday Oct 18 | via Daily Pilot 

    Burke, Cosenza tough to beat

    It is easy to see the differences between the two No. 1 doubles players on the Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team.


  • Thursday Oct 16 | via The Wave 

    Garden Grove/Westminster football predictions: Week 7

    Unsustainable luck in close games typically has an expiration date and soft nonleague slates always give way to tough league schedules, and yet Santiago and Rancho Alamitos stood toe-to-toe last week with superior Garden Grove League opponents. Rancho Alamitos hung with Garden Grove for a half before ultimately falling, 35-7.


  • Tuesday Oct 14 | via Daily Pilot 

    Girls' Tennis: Sailors improve, but fall

    Los Alamitos High girls' tennis coach Kevin Garrett notices a difference between the two times his Griffins play Newport Harbor in the Sunset League. "They're always more competitive here [at home]," Garrett said.


  • Monday Oct 13 | via The Wave 

    Barons' ground attack falls short

    That's the emotional trek Los Alamitos completed Oct. 9 as it bounced back from a "heartbreaking" defeat to open the Sunset League in impressive fashion. Quarterback Jack Telenko threw a career-high five touchdown passes and the defense didn't allow a touchdown as the No.


  • Saturday Oct 11 | via Press-Telegram 

    Football rewind: St. John Bosco win is huge

    Bosco defensive coordinator Chris King walked across Braves Stadium, his defense having come through with some of the biggest plays of the season moments earlier. The top football league in the nation kicked off with a bang as the top two teams in Southern California in No.


  • Thursday Oct 9 | via Daily Pilot 

    Girls' Tennis: Sailors earn big win

    Kendall Cosenza and Anna Burke have been varsity doubles starters on the Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team for three years now. The juniors have gotten stronger as tennis players, but also at the mental side of the game.


  • Thursday Oct 9 | via Huntington Beach Independent 

    High School Football: League openers on tap this week

    League races get underway in the Sunset for defending champions Edison, Fountain Valley, Huntington Beach and Marina, in the Golden West League for Ocean View, and in the Academy League for Brethren Christian. It's a vital part of the season for the locals who not only will be battling out to win a championship, but to secure an automatic bid to the upcoming CIF Southern Section playoffs in November.


Fountain Valley High Schools

Fountain Valley High (17816 Bushard)
Los Amigos High (16566 Newhope Street)
Valley Vista High (Continuation) (9600 Dolphin Street)