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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.
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December 6, 2000
COSTA MESA - The Costa Mesa High girls soccer team gave visiting Aliso Viejo all it could handle in Tuesday's 1-0 nonleague loss. "We played well against one of the top teams in Orange County," Mesa Coach Dan Johnston said. "Our schedule doesn't get any easier after this either." Midfielder Rollie Coakley scored in the 70th minute for the Wolverines (3-0), ranked No. 2 in Orange County. The Mustangs (2-1) nearly tied the score at the end of the game, but Lisa Dunn's shot was saved just in front of the goal as time expired.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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June 11, 2009
Editor’s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA June 4 Phillip Gutierrez, Costa Mesa, 22 Kenton Gates, Newport Beach, 44 Ryan Stagner, Costa Mesa, 30 Aaron Glasser, Costa Mesa, 26 June 5 Daniel Tirla, 29, Costa Mesa Jeffrey Wollschlager, 34, Novi David Casey, 36, Costa Mesa Ryan Ewing, 18, Newport Beach Natalie Weese, 20, Newport Beach Saturday Gary Lauterbach, 52, Laguna Woods Nathaniel Sison, 30, Granada Hills Phillip Williams, 36, Santa Ana Steve Lick, 47, Santa Ana Steven Benavidez, 47, Costa Mesa Thomas Hollerieth, 38, Mission Viejo Sunday Raymond Robichaud, 26, Costa Mesa Lazaro Olivera, 23, Costa Mesa Monday Juan Castaneda-Gonzalez, 21, Costa Mesa Tuesday Jon Banbreukelen, 52, Mission Viejo Wednesday Darren Primmer, 25 San Juan Capistrano Panagiota Soublis, 30, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH June 5 Mary Simpkins, 63, Newport Beach John Churley, 40, Lake Forest Christian Duncan, 27, Las Vegas June 6 Scott Raczek, 50, Anaheim Alan Watts, 32, San Clemente Monday Michael Milaney, 46, Newport Beach Tuesday Colin James, 28, Newport Beach Ira Britton, 31, Costa...
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August 24, 2004
"I haven't done anything yet." JOSH SCHWARTZ, 11 Newport Beach "I've shopped for clothing -- skirts and shirts and that kind of stuff." BRIELLE SOCOLOSKE, 8 Newport Beach "I got clothes and school supplies -- binders, pencils and what it says on the list." HARRISON ROLFES, 12 Corona del Mar "I went and got school supplies. There was a lot of stuff on the list." ALLEX WALTERS, 8 Aliso Viejo "I labeled all my school supplies, you know, with my name on it."
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March 20, 2001
ALISO VIEJO - The Estancia High boys golf team needed help from its sixth golfer, but pulled out a Pacific Coast League win over Laguna Beach Monday at Aliso Viejo Golf Course's Valley Course, par 36. The Eagles and Artists battled to a 211-211 deadlock, but Estancia prevailed when Aaron Frankel edged out Laguna Beach's sixth golfer, 50-52. Jason Cassidy led the Eagles (3-1, 1-0 in league) with a 38, while Greg Rausch (40), Pete Baker (42), Nick Razzo (43)
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By Jill Cowan | April 25, 2014
All lanes of the northbound I-5 Freeway in Orange County were reopened late Thursday morning, hours after a multicar chain-reaction crash that left two people dead and four injured That collision in the northbound lanes in Irvine was so violent that debris was scattered over a quarter of a mile and took hours to clear, authorities said. The driver and passenger in a Toyota Camry were both pronounced dead at the scene of the 4:41 a.m. five-car accident. The Orange County Coroner's office later identified the driver as Sherry Butler, 46, and her passenger as Andrew Hays, 52. Both were from Rancho Santa Margarita.
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March 5, 2014
GIRLS' LACROSSE Corona del Mar 11, Dana Hills 3 Senior Kacie Kline had five goals for the Sea Kings in Wednesday's nonleague game at home. Sabrina Smith and Jamie Smith each scored twice for CdM, while Kendall Mulvaney and Peyton Carter added goals. — BOYS' GOLF Newport Harbor 193, Dana Hills 194 SANTA ANA — Clay Feagler of Dana Hills was the medalist, but the Sailors were able to edge out the nonleague match Wednesday at Santa Ana Country Club. Brad Tapfer and Thomas Terry each shot even-par 36 for Newport Harbor (2-0)
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September 27, 2013
WOMEN'S SOCCER Vanguard 5, Soka 0 ALISO VIEJO - Jennifer Martin scored two goals and had one assist for the No. 2-ranked Lions in the nonconference match Friday. Ashley McCutcheon contributed one goal and two assists, while Jordan Davidson and Veronica Aguilar added one goal each for Vanguard (7-0). Asia Kleinmeyer had one assist for the Lions. Soka is 4-3-1. - Orange Coast 1, Santa Ana 0 Shelle Zito scored the game-winner in the final seconds of the first half to give the Pirates the Orange Empire Conference win Friday.
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July 31, 2013
Recent Corona del Mar High graduate Adam Young helped the U.S. men's gymnastics team win the gold medal at the Maccabiah Games, an international Jewish athletic event that is held every four years in Israel. Young, who is bound for UC Berkeley, finished fifth in the all-around with a score of 76.4. The U.S. defeated the Israeli national team for the gold. Eduard Azarian, a member of the Soviet Union's gold medal gymnastics winning team at the 1980 Olympic Games, coached Young.
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July 18, 2013
Clinton Calvin "Cal" Campbell, Jr. went to be with his beloved wife Patsy in heaven on July 9, 2013.  Cal was born to Clint and Doris Campbell on February 24, 1937 in Pasadena, California.  He graduated from John Muir High School and attended Orange Coast College.  At the age of 19, upon the death of his father, Cal became the Owner/Operator of Holman and Powell Paving Company, in Los Angeles, CA, where he often paved movie sets at Universal Studios. ...
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July 14, 2013
The Newport Beach Little League 8/9 American All-Star team played for the District 55 championship last weekend against Aliso Viejo. The team had an amazing run leading up to the championship game playing seven games in nine days and winning five of those games to reach the final. Over the course of the seven games the NBLL and its potent offense manager to score 82 runs and posted 70 combined hits. The championship game started off with excellent pitching and stifling defense from both teams.
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July 4, 2013
The Newport Harbor Baseball Assn. Mustang Division U10 All-Stars finished second in the district tournament completed Sunday at St. Hedwig School in Los Alamitos. The finish earns the locals a berth in the section tournament. Newport Harbor will open the section tournament against St. Hedwig's B team on Saturday at 2 p.m. in Placentia. To advance to the section tournament, Newport Harbor defeated La Mirada, 8-3, on Sunday, behind the combined two-hit pitching of Dylan Zegers and Kaden Stowell.
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By Matt Szabo | May 5, 2013
ALISO VIEJO - The song "Encore" by Jay-Z played during the last timeout in the fourth quarter. It wasn't easy. But on Saturday night at Aliso Niguel, the Corona del Mar High boys' lacrosse team got a step closer to quite an encore indeed. The top-seeded Sea Kings pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat No. 4 JSerra, 8-5, in a U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section South Division semifinal match. They're now one match away from defending their title. CdM will play No. 3-seeded St. Margaret's in the Orange County title match on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Mission Viejo High.
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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.
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