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March 7, 2003
Nonleague girls CdM 116, Edison 54 200 medley relay -- 1. CdM (Bilder, T. Anae, K. McKay, V. Liao), 2:00.55. 200 free -- 1. Shue (C), 1:58.03; 2. J. Anae (C), 2:09.43; 3. Thomas (E), 2:14.13. 200 IM -- 1. McKay (C), 2:20.18; 2. T. Anae (C), 2:22.83; 3. Torres (E), 2:29.67. 50 free -- 1. V. Liao (C), 25.66; 2. Carlson (C), 26.29; 3. Morelli (E), 26.96. 100 fly -- 1. McKay (C), 1:04.72; 2. Yamamoto (E), 1:11.71; 3. Zucker (C)
NEWS
April 19, 2002
BELMONT SHORE - The Corona del Mar High girls swim team earned a berth in the championship finals in three events Thursday night in the preliminaries of the CIF Relays at Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool. The finals are Monday at 6 p.m. at Belmont. In the 6 x 50 free relay, CdM finished third in 2:35.45 behind winner Irvine and Canyon with Christina Hewko, Vivian Liao, Kim McKay, Jordan Anae, Hayley Sheetz and anchor Brittany Bowlus. The first four swimmers set a school 4 x 50 record in 1:43.
NEWS
April 11, 2002
IRVINE - University High established itself as the team to beat in the Pacific Coast League girls swimming race Wednesday, defeating visiting Corona del Mar, 95-75. Sophomore Vivian Liao (25.94 in the 50-yard freestyle) freshman Jordan Anae (54.82 in the 100 free) and sophomore Kim McKay (5:28.86 in the 500 free) were all individual winners for CdM and the trio joined Brittney Bowlus to win the 200 free relay in 1:06.94. Bowlus (200 free), McKay (100 butterfly)
NEWS
April 3, 2003
On a day when several top performers sat out, the Corona del Mar High girls swim team defeated host Laguna Beach, 113-51, in a Pacific Coast League dual meet Wednesday as the Sea Kings improved to 2-1-1, 1-0-1 in league. Individual event winners for CdM were freshman Ashley Chandler [2:03.2 in the 200-yard freestyle and 1:06 in the 100 backstroke], sophomore Ann Winners [2:31.97 in the 200 individual medley], senior Jackie McCoy [26.6 in the 50 free], senior Jessica Harkins [1:11.
NEWS
March 15, 2002
NONLEAGUE BOYS Newport Harbor 85, Corona del Mar 85 200 medley relay - 1. NH (Lean, Thompson, Hockenbury, Bury), 1:52.07; 2. CdM, 1:53.39; 3. NH, 1:53.92. 200 free - 1. Pantuliano (CdM), 1:53.89; 2. Sinclair (NH), 1:58.49; 3. Strack (CdM), 2:02.86. 200 IM - 1. Money (CdM), 2:15.61; 2. Thompson (NH), 2:17.56; 3. Weiner (NH), 2:17.91. 50 free - 1. Meyer (CdM), 23.06; 2. Kim (CdM), 23.33; 3. Bury (NH), 24.21. 100 fly - 1. Bury (NH)
NEWS
April 22, 2004
-- Pacific Coast League Boys University 123, Corona del Mar 47 200 medley relay -- 1. University, 1:46.11. 200 free -- 1. Barnett-Woods (U), 1:51.24; 2. Buhagiar (CdM), 1:53.87; 3. Mock (U), 1:55.53. 200 IM -- 1. Eid (U), 2:03.23; 2. Pham (U), 2:07.01; 3. Vu (U), 2:18.03. 50 free -- 1. Noh (U), 22.74; 2. Nguyen (U), 23.59; 3. Song (U), 23.60. 100 fly -- 1. Luke (U), 56.51; 2. Mock (U), 56.68; 3. Brown (U), 1:00.91. 100 free -- 1. Li (U), 48.81; 2. S. Sanford (CdM)
NEWS
April 21, 2005
Pacific Coast League BOYS Tesoro 95.5, Corona del Mar 73.5 200 medley relay -- 1. Tesoro, 1:45.22. 200 free -- 1. Yamishoto (CdM), 1:48.04; 2. Buhagiar (CdM), 1:55.43; 3. Sanford (T), 1:55.50. 200 IM -- 1. Schlunt Bodien (T), 2:06.30; 2. Hong (T), 2:07.28; 3. White (T), 2:15.10. 50 free -- 1. White (T), 22.91; 2. Kent (CdM), 24.45; 3. Peotter (CdM), 24.74. 100 fly -- 1. Walker (T), 56.89; 2. Bovall (T), 58.44; 3. Tutton (CdM)
NEWS
April 2, 2005
Wednesday's results Pacific Coast League GIRLS Corona del Mar 114, Laguna Beach 30 200 medley relay -- 1. Corona del Mar (Peotter, Rodenhuis, Indvik, Winners), 2:02.35. 200 free -- 1. LB; 2. Harkins (CdM), 2:12.90; 3. Prickett (CdM), 2:20.16. 200 IM -- 1. Hutchison (CdM), 2:30.65; 2. Delaloza (CdM), 2:34.61; 3. LB. 50 free -- 1. Lavery (CdM), 25.58; 2. J. Anae (CdM), 25.93; 3. T. Anae (CdM), 26.20. 100 fly -- 1. McAdams (CdM)
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By Barry Faulkner | April 24, 2014
HUNTINGTON BEACH - After an April 5 loss at Saddleback College left the Orange Coast baseball team 9-7 in Orange Empire Conference play, Pirates Coach John Altobelli decided it was time to make a point with his players. Make that a power point. Altobelli, in his 22nd season at the helm, broke out a 5-year-old power-point presentation made after the Pirates captured the 2009 state title. The visual compilation illustrated how that team came through great adversity, including the death of then-redshirt catcher Jourdan Watanabe, to claim the program's first state crown since 1980.
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By Jill Cowan | March 21, 2014
For Deanne Tate, president and chief executive of Veterans First, the selling points of the Orange County nonprofit's new digs are many. At about 9,300 square feet, the second-floor office suite in the heart of downtown Santa Ana has upwards of three times the space of the organization's previous headquarters, which Tate described as "an open pit" where it was difficult to carry on a productive conversation with the homeless and at-risk veterans who...
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March 7, 2014
SOFTBALL Estancia 10, Santa Ana Valley 0 Kelly Hinkle struck out seven in five innings for the Eagles in a Costa Mesa tournament game on Friday. Estancia's Izzy Morales and Chloe Davis each went two for three. Stephanie Enriquez went two for two with a walk and two runs for the Eagles (2-0). — GIRLS' LACROSSE St. Margaret's 17, Sage Hill 7 Claudia Noto finished with four goals for the host Lightning on Friday. Sage Hill dropped to 0-2. — GIRLS' SWIMMING Yessenia Villa won the 200-yard freestyle in 2 minutes, 23.71 seconds and the 500 freestyle in 6:21.52 during the Mustangs' nonleague tri-meet at Costa Mesa on Friday.
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By Jill Cowan | March 7, 2014
Orange County is planning to receive about $83.2 million in federal money over the next two years to fund watershed and flood-control projects, including the massive Santa Ana River Mainstem Project, county officials said. While the president and Congress have already authorized $45.9 million for this fiscal year, another $37.3 million is slated for approval with the 2015 federal budget, according to a list of recommended projects the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released Tuesday.
NEWS
By Adolfo Flores and Ruben Vives and By Adolfo Flores and Ruben Vives | January 30, 2014
A Newport Beach grade school teacher who bred snakes as a hobby was arrested Wednesday on animal cruelty charges after authorities discovered more than 400 ball pythons - some alive, many dead - scattered throughout his cluttered home. Animal control officers said it took much of the day to search the five-bedroom home in a Santa Ana neighborhood where residents for months had complained about a foul smell drifting from the home. Investigators said they discovered 404 non-venomous snakes - 180 alive, 224 dead - inside rows of clear plastic containers with labels reading "pastel reaper," "cinny ghost" and "orange belly.
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By Barry Faulkner | January 22, 2014
SANTA ANA — Mike Thornton retired from teaching a few years ago, but he still delivers lessons as quickly and quantitatively as any professor still commanding a classroom. Rather than use a blackboard and an overhead projector, the 25th-year coach of the Orange Coast College women's basketball team relies, these days, on a clipboard and voice projection to tutor his uniformed pupils. And as Wednesday night's painstakingly earned 71-62 win over Orange Empire Conference host Santa Ana proved to anyone within earshot of Thornton and his staff of assistants, these Pirates are far from advanced when it comes to on-court intelligence.
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By Jill Cowan | January 1, 2014
A group of Orange County attorneys is calling for the removal of Mississippi's state flag from a display at Santa Ana's Civic Center, saying its Confederate design symbolizes racism and hatred. The Mississippi flag is the last to feature the Confederate battle cross - a symbol “inextricably linked to a legacy of racism, exclusion, oppression and violence,” the Newport Beach-based Orange County Bar Assn. said in a statement. The association recently passed a resolution seeking the flag's removal from Santa Ana's Plaza of the Flags, where the banners of all 50 states ripple in a civic center that also includes the county's central courthouse.
SPORTS
October 23, 2013
WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. Santa Ana Kayla Mayer had 10 kills and nine digs to help lead the Pirates to a 25-16, 25-18, 25-13 Orange Empire Conference home win Wednesday. Hayley Martin added seven kills and four aces and Megan Rawlings chipped in five kills, while Kiana Nicio had 11 digs and Megan Ritchie dished out 26 assists for OCC (8-3, 3-3 in conference). The Pirates play at Cypress Friday at 7 p.m. — WOMEN'S SOCCER Concordia 4, Vanguard 3 IRVINE — Jordan Davidson scored two goals for the No. 6-ranked Lions, but the No. 11-ranked Eagles won the Golden State Athletic Conference match Wednesday.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | October 19, 2013
SANTA ANA - The last time Cameron Biedgoly faced Santa Ana College, the quarterback made his first start for Orange Coast College. He went on to set single-game school records for passing yards and touchdowns. That was last year. A lot has changed since Biedgoly's debut. Biedgoly saw Santa Ana again on Saturday. He came nowhere close to his record-setting day from a year ago. Biedgoly is no longer the starter. When he got his chance, he played about two quarters. Biedgoly's second quarter in action is when the Dons ran away from the Pirates.
SPORTS
October 18, 2013
Orange Coast (2-4, 0-2) vs. Santa Ana (1-5, 0-2) When/where: Saturday, 1 p.m., Santa Ana Key Pirates: Fr. WR D.J. McFadden (24 catches for 505 yards and four TDs); So. LB Jason Kollock (45 tackles, 1 1/2 sacks); Fr. RB Larenzo Williams (435 yards and four TDs on 82 carries) Key Dons: Fr. QB Shane Truelove (745 yards, five TDs and four INTs on 66 of 139 passing; Fr. DL Jeffrey Worthy (24 tackles, two sacks); So. DB Michael Lilly (32 tackles, two INTs) Breakdown: Pirates ended a three-game losing streak last week with a 40-30 come-from-behind nonconference win at College of the Desert … OCC returns to Southern Conference play and both the Pirates and the Dons are looking for their first conference victory of the season … Williams is coming off a 181-yard and two-touchdown performance on the ground, his best with OCC … Santa Ana, which is on a four-game losing skid, has only beat College of the Desert this year, winning on the road, 42-7, on Sept.
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