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November 16, 2012
Everyone looks forward to the long weekend, but a long weekend took on a different meaning to the Costa Mesa High cheerleaders. The team competed in two different competitions this past weekend. Competition season is when cheer becomes a sport. The cheerleaders must be flawless to win against other teams. The Mustangs did just that. On Saturday the Mustangs traveled to Los Angeles and competed against some of the best in the area. Winning Grand Master champions, the team took home almost every award.
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SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | October 9, 2012
Chuck Finley, a former Major League star pitcher best known for his time with the Angels, says he likes to keep himself busy these days. The 49-year-old Newport Beach resident enjoys playing in charity golf events. He's all for doing autograph signing events, like the one he did Saturday at the new Dick's Sporting Goods in Huntington Beach. Finley also spends time working with young pitchers and helps them develop to hopefully pursue an opportunity on the college level. Some of the young hurlers are friends' kids, he said.
NEWS
By Jenny Stockdale and By Jenny Stockdale | August 21, 2012
Once home to a Marie Callender's, which served sweet and savory pies for more than 45 years, the brick building at 353 E. 17th St. in Costa Mesa will reopen this fall to serve a whole new kind of doughy goodness: wood-fired pizza. Los Angeles-based Pitfire Artisan Pizza is on track to open its sixth location here in early October, bringing a variety of rustic, fire-singed pizza recipes, a new community space and a 630-degree kiln. Though details are still in the works, the owners plan to have a grand-opening event, and a series of preopening art installations and festivities to get to know their future regulars.
NEWS
From staff reports | August 12, 2012
Copies of Sunday's Daily Pilot will be included in Monday's Los Angeles Times.  A breakdown on the printing presses delyaed delivery of Sunday's Pilot. Many subscribers did not receive their copies of the Pilot, although they did receive The Times.  The Pilot's presses broke down late Saturday night and early Sunday morning and not enough copies were produced in time to deliver the Sunday edition to all subscribers in Costa Mesa, Newport Beach and Irvine. The problem also affected distribution to newspaper racks.
NEWS
By Mike Reicher | July 28, 2012
As the 2012 Olympics sailing events begin Sunday, one Newport Beach family will be remembering the accomplishments of their father. Ted Hinshaw was the 1984 Olympic Games yachting commissioner and organized the sailing events in Long Beach. Hinshaw died July 24 at Hoag Hospital fromParkinson's-related complications, his son Marc said. He was 83. From the world stage to Newport Harbor youth competitions, Hinshaw managed sailing events and organizations, drawing on his financial and business experience.
SPORTS
By Leigh Steinberg | July 7, 2012
We are witnessing the birth of a transcendent baseball career right in front of our eyes, as Angel outfielder Mike Trout has electrified his team and Major League Baseball in the first half of the 2012 season. There has not been a rookie this dazzling since the days of New York Yankee outfielder Mickey Mantle. It is evocative of Robert Redford in "The Natural. " The first year of a player in any sport is traditionally a time of adjustment. The competition is so intensified compared to the minor leagues or college that the first year is filled with misadventure.
SPORTS
By Cesar Gonzalez, Special to the Daily Pilot | June 3, 2012
COSTA MESA - Lily Moore lived up to her last name during the girls' third- and fourth-grade silver division championship game at the 13th annual Daily Pilot Cup. Once the Mariners Elementary star forward scored in the first minute, she wanted more. She ended up with a hat trick and an assist to lead Mariners to a 4-1 win over Our Lady Queen of Angels for the Pilot Cup title Sunday afternoon at Jack Hammett Sports Complex. "It felt good scoring and giving the team a lead early in the game," Moore said.
SPORTS
By Leigh Steinberg | May 16, 2012
Arte Moreno, the epitome of what fans hope for in an owner, spent the offseason making dramatic moves to improve the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim. He signed Albert Pujols, the best hitter in baseball, to a $250 million 10-year contract in free agency. He signed C.J. Wilson, Fountain Valley product and the best available pitcher in free agency, to another rich contract. Then he engineered a trade at the weakest hitting position on the roster for Chris Ianetta, a significant improvement at the catching position.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | May 7, 2012
COSTA MESA — It was back to business for the Orange Coast College baseball team on Sunday. And, as has been the case during a monumental 2012 season, business is booming for the Pirates. The No. 1-ranked team in the state, which is also ranked atop one national poll, hammered Los Angeles Valley, 9-1, to complete a best-of-three sweep in the Southern California Regional held Saturday and Sunday at OCC. The Pirates needed extra innings to prevail, 6-5, on Saturday, when they lost a 4-0 lead in the ninth and fell behind in the 10th, before rallying for the walk-off triumph.
NEWS
April 5, 2012
Torii Hunter: The April 5 article “Alarm triggers police call to Torii Hunter's house” said that Hunter is the Angels' center fielder. Hunter is the team's right fielder.
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