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March 4, 2001
Coaches' All-Sea View League boys soccer Co-Most Most Valuable Players Brad Hallack, Woodbridge Sr. Matt Davey, Aliso Niguel Sr. First team Duke Burchell, Newport Harbor Sr. Juan Gonzales, Newport Harbor Sr. Brock Schermerhorn, Aliso Niguel Sr. Kevin Muray, Aliso Niguel Jr. Mike Land, Aliso Niguel Sr. Aaron Ebejer, Aliso Niguel Sr. Ray Han, Irvine Sr. Eric Aarneas, Irvine Sr....
NEWS
January 5, 2004
SEA VIEW LEAGUE Most Valuable Player, Offense Jamaal Villa, Irvine Jr. Most Valuable Player, Defense Brandon Baricuatro, Foothill Sr. FIRST TEAM -- Neil Campbell LB Aliso Niguel Sr. Xavier Gardner DB Aliso Niguel Jr. Terry Ko DL Aliso Niguel Jr. Damian Shankle OL Aliso Niguel Sr. Michael Goldman OL Aliso Niguel Sr. Maurice Sims RB Aliso Niguel Sr. Tyler Dugan DB Irvine Sr. ...
NEWS
June 3, 2001
Newport Harbor High sophomores Athena Vasquez, Bailey Bearden and Shelby Crisp have been named second-team All-Sea View League by the circuit's softball coaches. Vasquez, a leadoff hitter and shortstop, hit .388 this season, while Bearden, a catcher, hit .308 and Crisp, a third baseman, hit .355 for the Sailors, who earned all nine victories outside of Sea View competition. Woodbridge junior Kayla Creamer shared MVP honors with sophomore teammate Brittany Crouch.
NEWS
March 13, 2002
Barry Faulkner The Newport Harbor High boys soccer team, in contention for a Sea View League title going into its final regular-season game before finishing second, has been honored with seven players among the coaches' all-league selections. Among the Sailors' first-team selections are seniors Tyson Wahl and Kevin Campos, both of whom are all-league for the third time in their distinguished varsity careers. Wahl, a midfielder who spent his junior season in Florida training with the national under-17 team, was a first-team pick in 2000 as a sophomore.
NEWS
June 4, 2001
Newport Harbor High senior catcher Garrett Brant has been named first-team All-Sea View League by the circuit's baseball coaches. Brant hit .427 with two homers and 21 RBIs for the Sailors, who are represented on the second team by seniors Alan Lane, Joel Brown and Chris Ward. Lane, a second baseman, hit .311, while Brown and Ward were the Tars' top two pitchers. Brown went 4-4 with a 4.50 ERA as the No. 1 starter and Ward was 2-5 with four saves, fashioning a 4.14 ERA as the team's primary reliever.
NEWS
December 17, 1999
Newport Harbor High senior goalie Tim Birdsong, who helped lead the Sailors to their third straight Sea View League championship, has been named Player of the Year by the circuit's coaches. Birdsong, a first-team all-league pick as a junior, tops a list of seven Sailors named all-league. The first-team honorees from Harbor are juniors Peter Belden and Ryan Cook, as well as senior Brenden Hansen. Seniors Robert Weiner and Paul Kepner, as well as junior Steve Jendrusina, represented Harbor on the second team.
NEWS
January 3, 2003
The Newport Beach Breakers went 2-1, including a defeat over Aliso Viejo in a shootout to take third place in the 2002 Costa Mesa Classic last weekend. The girls under-13 silver all-star soccer team from AYSO Region 97 was tied with Aliso, 2-2, at the end of regulation in the third place game. Newport eventually won the game on a shootout, 4-3, with goals from Shannon Boler, Lexi Jenkins, Courtney McIntosh and Lauren Terry, who saved the last shot on goal to preserve the win. Boler and Maria Swift scored in regulation for the Breakers.
NEWS
October 26, 2004
The 10-year reunion of Newport Harbor High's 1994 CIF Southern Section Division V championship football team that finished 14-0 was inspiration for the current team, Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley said. Some of the former players spoke to the current players before the Tars' 21-7 Sea View League home victory over Aliso Niguel Thursday. "[The alumni] mostly reinforced what [the coaches] talk about with the players," Brinkley said. "Work hard, play hard and have fun."
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By Elisabeth M. Brown and By Elisabeth M. Brown | February 27, 2013
Seen from the air, the Mississippi snakes across the terrain in thousands of curves and loops. The landscape is dominated by circular and semicircular arcs, the remains of old meanders. Cutoff loops become ponds or lakes. A river's length and shape are determined by a number of factors. Topography and volume of water are the most important. In its mountainous headwaters, a river is fast-moving; rushing down-slope, rough with rapids, carrying large boulders. Approaching the valley floor, the water slows in the more gradual terrain.
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NEWS
By Jillian Beck | August 3, 2012
After winning a gold medal as a member of the U.S. Women's Olympic gymnastics team in London on Tuesday, Kyla Ross will soon be training again at a gym in Costa Mesa. Ross, 15, the youngest member of the U.S. Olympic gymnastics team, also known as the "Fab Five," trains at the Gym-Max Academy of Gymnastics. Ross, an Aliso Viejo native, and fellow Olympian McKayla Maroney, 16, of Long Beach first met as 8-year-olds at the facility on Century Place. "Seeing both of them go through London together and achieve what they've been working toward is spectacular," said Lenny Liang, 33, who started as an assistant coach at the gym in 2004, about a year before Maroney and Ross began training there.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | July 10, 2012
ALISO VIEJO - Second chances don't always pan out. The Newport Beach American Little League 9-10 team learned that the hard way Tuesday. For the second time in as many days, Newport Beach missed out on making history. The same team that prevented Newport Beach from winning its first District 55 All-Star Tournament did so again a day later. Aliso Viejo's second triumph against Newport Beach allowed it to defend its title at home. Aliso Viejo defeated Newport Beach, 5-3, capping an impressive championship run in the 9- and 10-year-old division at Woodfield Park.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | July 9, 2012
ALISO VIEJO - The first setback for the Newport Beach American Little League team in the District 55 All-Star Tournament came in the title game on Monday. The 9- and 10-year-olds lost big, 14-4, to Aliso Viejo. The game didn't even go the full six innings. Manager Brent Overfelt said no Newport Beach team has won the District 55 championship. Newport Beach can still make history. Newport Beach and Aliso Viejo return to the same field at Woodfield Park on Tuesday at 6 p.m. The district crown and a berth into the Section 10 All-Star Tournament goes to the team that prevails.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | July 7, 2012
ALISO VIEJO - Aliso Viejo Little League is looking to repeat as District 55 Major Division All-Star champion. Newport Beach Little League is looking for its first district title in the league's history. The contrast was hammered home in the first inning at Woodfield Park, as Aliso Viejo hammered three balls over the fence. Aliso Viejo won the All-Star semifinal game Saturday night at Woodbury Park, 13-0, in four innings, ensuring its spot in Monday's district title game.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | September 3, 2011
IRVINE — Plans for nearly 5,000 new homes ringing the Orange County Great Park won preliminary approval from a divided City Council last week. Irvine officials voted 3 to 2 on Tuesday night to OK general plan and zoning changes and $40 million in park infrastructure improvements. The general plan amendment concentrates homes in the northwestern area of the project and allows mixed-use neighborhoods of 4,894 residential units and more than 1 million square feet of nonresidential space.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo, matthew.szabo@latimes.com | December 9, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Harbor High girls' soccer team was on fire for the first few minutes of Thursday's Aliso Cup game. The Sailors were taking it to visiting Palos Verdes, creating several scoring opportunities. Coach Larry Draluck called it "amazing" soccer. Senior midfielder Natalie Swift said the team "killed it" at the beginning of the game. But the Sea Kings didn't panic. Newport Harbor somehow lost its edge and lost, 3-1, in the pool-play game at Newport Harbor High.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | September 1, 2010
An Orange County taxi driver who crashed into a fallen concrete light pole in Newport Beach is suing one of the city's police officers, claiming the officer didn't properly warn drivers about the obstacle blocking the street. Edison Krosi of Ciao Taxi in Aliso Viejo crashed into the fallen 20-foot light pole about 3 a.m. on Nov. 29, 2009. The pole had crashed just minutes before, when an Orange County man drove into it and knocked it down, according to Krosi's lawsuit. The pole was blocking the southbound Coast Highway between Bayside Drive and Jamboree Road.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | August 5, 2010
A Newport Coast man with a record of securities violations has been charged again, this time with allegedly defrauding investors out of millions of dollars, according to federal regulators. Larry R. Crowder, 53, was charged Wednesday by the Securities and Exchange Commission with allegedly lying to investors about $11 million in investments supposedly headed for a green energy company. The federal complaint names Crowder and Joseph R. Porche, 51, of Aliso Viejo, as the leaders of an investment scheme that duped about 200 investors.
LOCAL
By Brianna Bailey | May 4, 2010
An Aliso Viejo man who died after collapsing near the OC Marathon finish line was trying to beat his time from last year’s 13.1-mile half marathon, a co-worker said Tuesday. Geoffrey Jonathan Chao, 46, collapsed about 100 feet from the finish line at the Orange County Fair & Event Center about 8:30 a.m. Sunday, Costa Mesa Fire Battalion Chief Scott Broussard said. An ambulance stationed at the scene took Chao to Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian in Newport Beach, where he was pronounced dead, Broussard said.
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