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SPORTS
September 8, 2009
LAKE FOREST — The Corona del Mar High girls’ volleyball team went 1-2-3 at the Queen’s Court Tournament Sunday. The frosh/soph team finished first, varsity second and junior varsity third at the first-year event held at the Saddleback Valley Volleyball Club facility. “It was great two-day tournament for us,” said CdM Coach Daryl Gan, whose varsity team fell short of winning the title as Dos Pueblos of Goleta won, 25-22, 25-21, in the final. “This is a great way for us to get ready for the season.
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FEATURES
August 13, 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. Newport Beach Aug. 6 Viktor Silcock, 21, Huntington Beach Jeremy Johnson, 30, Murrieta Aug. 7 Adrianne Klein, 48, Aliso Viejo Daniel Weller, 25, Riverside Saturday Brian Powers, 30, Brea Taylor Davis, 18, Newport Beach Daniele Donato, 22, Huntington Beach Brian Steeber, 27, Costa Mesa Sunday Justin Peister, 36, Newport Beach Rufina Hernandez, 33, Costa Mesa Jonpaul Winters, 23, Lake Forest Luis Garcia, 41, Yorba Linda Patricia Nethercutt, 45, Newport Beach Tuesday Rafael Vielma, 61, Santa Ana Costa Mesa Aug. 6 Dean Pietrantonio, 33, Costa Mesa Ana Burke, 21, Costa Mesa Shane Hennessy-York, 29, Newport Beach Aug. 7 Erina Abe, 29, Costa Mesa Andrew Bailey, 19, Cypress Alexandra Lisnevsky, 39, Westminster Michael Marques, 29, Lake Forest Saturday Thien Le, 23, Fountain Valley Kevin Wong, 22, Newport Beach Hannah Parks, 25, Costa Mesa Sunday Luis Mendoza, 40, Costa Mesa Charles Lopez, 26, Laguna Hills Kimberly Hart, 41, Costa Mesa Monday Deanna Kimmitt, 54, Costa Mesa Tuesday Ferdinand Velo, 27, Santa Ana ...
SPORTS
By BY TONY LEE | July 11, 2009
CORONA DEL MAR — Some baseball players struggle when they have two strikes on them and some thrive in that situation. The 11- to 12-year-old Newport Beach Little League All-Stars appear to be the latter. After losing the first game of the District 55 Tournament and put into a win-or-go-home situation, Newport Beach has won five straight games in six days, the latest being an 8-5 semifinal victory against Aliso Viejo Saturday at Lincoln Elementary. The Newport Beach All-Stars won the second-chance bracket and made it to the finals to face Laguna Hills, again.
SPORTS
By BY TONY LEE | July 1, 2009
ALISO VIEJO — The game lasted two-and-a-half-hours, but this one was out of reach by the second inning. The 10-11-year-old Newport Beach Little League All-Stars trailed by a run against Northwood after the first inning, but a 10-run second inning — that included 10 hits and two walks — highlighted a 17-8 first-round victory in the District 55 All-Stars Tournament Tuesday at Woodfield Park. “There are 13 kids on the roster, Newport Beach Manager Dave Bock said.
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