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SPORTS
February 23, 2007
TARS HOPE TO ADVANCE Newport Harbor High senior Brian Beaudette and junior Josh George will begin their quest to reach Bakersfield when they wrestle at the CIF Masters Meet today at Carter High in Rialto. Beaudette, who earned third place in the heavyweight division at last week's CIF Individual Coast Division Tournament, will try to improve his 28-9 record when he opens up against Elliott Quesada of Long Beach Wilson. If Beaudette wins he will meet Hesperia's Ryan Hoover, the defending champion.
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NEWS
October 4, 1999
BAKERSFIELD - It was a clean sweep for Orange Coast College's cross country teams as the men and women took the crown at the Bakersfield Cross Country Invitational Saturday. On the women's side, the Pirates literally ran away with the title, winning by 26 points over second-place Mt. San Antonio College. Zoila Gomez maintained her dominant form, taking first place on the three-mile course with a time of 18:21, nearly a full minute ahead of teammate and runner-up Berenice Carbajal's 19:19.
NEWS
December 7, 2002
Three players scored in double-figures for Orange Coast in its 58-43 victory Friday night over Bakersfield in the 19th Annual Cuesta Phillips 66 Invitational held at Cuesta College. Alisa Carrillo led the Bucs (7-3) with 17 points while Nancy Hatsushi and Liz Mendoza each knocked in 11 points for the victors. Lauren Murray added nine points for Coast. The win puts Coast in the championship game today at 4 p.m. against either Napa Valley or Cuesta.
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
December 28, 2012
WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 66, El Camino 51 VENTURA - Sophomore forward Michelle Angel had 16 points for the Pirates in their opening game of the Ventura tournament Friday night at Ventura College. Jenna Arnett scored 13 for OCC (8-6), while Dayanara Armenta and Jessica Johnson had 11 points each. The Pirates will play either host Ventura or Southwestern in a tournament semifinal at 7 p.m. Saturday. * UC Irvine 66, Bakersfield 52 BAKERSFIELD - Forwards Camille Buckley and Methlyn Onogomuho were active down low for the Anteaters at the Icardo Center Friday.
SPORTS
March 3, 2007
BEAUDETTE BOWS OUT BAKERSFIELD — In his first trip to the CIF State wrestling championships, Newport Harbor High senior heavyweight Brian Beaudette lasted only two matches. Beaudette opened the two-day, double-elimination tournament at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield with a tough loss. He fell, 8-5, to Ira Winn of Foothill of Palo Cedra. Newport Harbor Coach Dominic Bulone said the result impacted Beaudette going into his second match. Beaudette was eliminated from the tournament after losing to Willie Hernandez of Norte Vista, 6-3. "He had to wrestle again in less than an hour, and he had not recovered mentally," Bulone said.
NEWS
March 31, 2008
Florence M. Chamberlain “KALIKO” was born Florence Marie Jewett, in Hilo, HA. She is survived by 3 daughters, Milli Palaferri of Tehachapi, Sandra Melim of Bakersfield and Roberta Chamberlain, who is awaiting her in Heaven. She has 5 Grandchildren, Carol Pearce of Modesto, Nanci Bryant of Eureka, Bruce Buehler of Houston, TX, Beth McCool of Tehachapi and Paul Buehler of Bakersfield. She is blessed with 14 Great Grandchildren ranging from 2.5 to 5 years of age. She was active in the Hawaiian Civic Club, a long standing member of the Kamaina Klub of Newport Beach, and while living in Leisure World, Seal Beach, she taught Hula and put on many Hawaiian shows thru out the community.
SPORTS
By Joe Haakenson, Daily Pilot | March 5, 2011
Two words, two little words. Mention those words to a high school wrestler and watch his eyes light up. State meet. It's the ultimate goal — other than winning it, of course — of every high school wrestler. But the road to the CIF State Championship Meet is long and bumpy, treacherous and winding. And for most, that road ends with a dead end before reaching that final destination. Irvine High's 103-pounder Nam Tran got there, wrestling Friday in Bakersfield at Rabobank Arena.
LOCAL
By David Carrillo PeƱaloza | March 1, 2008
BAKERSFIELD — A block away from the hotel Josh George tried to sleep in before his big wrestling debut, trains roared and horns blared. The noise woke up George five times in the middle of the night. “Who asked for multiple wake-up calls?” a confused George said to himself. Not his roommate, Cameron Rausch. He wasn’t wrestling. Not George. Not before the Newport Harbor High 140-pound senior competed in the CIF State wrestling championships in Bakersfield.
SPORTS
By Bryce Alderton | July 21, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - This week is becoming quite memorable for Stewart Hagestad. The 21-year-old Big Canyon Country Club member qualified for his fourth United States Amateur championship at the Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda, Mont., on Monday. Then Saturday at his home course he shot a three-under-par 69 to move into second place after 54 holes of the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur championship. Hagestad, playing the SCGA Amateur for the first time, is four-under (70-73-69 - 212)
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