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By Joe Haakenson, Special to the Daily Pilot | January 14, 2012
While many kids his age are trying to figure out which video game to put into the Xbox, Matthew Hutnyan is thinking on a much bigger scale. Hutnyan lives in Irvine and is a 12-year-old seventh grader at Red Hill Lutheran in Tustin. But he is anything but your average middle schooler. He stands out among his peers, literally, at 5 feet 8, 170 pounds, and also boasts a 4.0 grade-point average. An academic scholarship is a goal of Hutnyan's after his four years of high school at Orange Lutheran.
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By Jim Carnett | December 26, 2011
The Rose Bowl Game has long been one of my favorite annual sporting events. I watched my first televised Rose Bowl on Jan. 2, 1956. I was 10 –- almost 11 –- and Michigan State defeated UCLA, 17-14. I remember my uncle from Seattle coming south in 1961 to attend the Washington-Minnesota game. The Huskies beat the No. 1-ranked Golden Gophers, 17-7, behind the efforts of quarterback Bob Schloredt. My family attended the Tournament of Roses Parade in 1963 with our cousins who lived in Arcadia.
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By Jamie Rowe | November 30, 2011
The Beach City Service League (BCSL) hosted its annual bowling and lunch over the weekend for a nonprofit serving adults with serious head injuries, according to a news release. On Saturday, 15 BCSL members, who are also seniors at local high schools, joined 20 students, aides and family members from the Santa Ana-based High Hopes Head Injury Program at Irvine Lanes, 3415 Michelson Drive, Irvine, to spend quality time together and give a respite for the family and aides of the head-injury adults.
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November 16, 2011
The Costa Mesa Pop Warner Eagles Pee Wee football team (ages 10,11 and 12) dominated once again with a convincing 37-6 victory over La Mirada in the Garden Grove Bowl on Saturday. The victory was the seventh straight impressive win for the Eagles. Coached by Mike Gilbert , the offensive firepower was led by quarterback Spencer Hook and running backs Steven Muise and Devin Pacheco . The outstanding blocking was provided by fullback Spencer Morrison and linemen Deshandre Kerkoff, Levi Hooper, Nic Mazur, Christian Delgado, Griffin Saltron and Christopher Rodriquez . The stout defense included the aforementioned players, plus PJ Steiner, Rylan Davis, Jake McIntyre, Chace Jacques, Carson Letterman and Charlie Godshall.
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By Bruce Bourquin, Special to the Daily Pilot | July 23, 2011
Some of the best lawn bowlers in the world are from south Orange County and will compete a month from now in the United States National Lawn Bowling Championships in Seattle. From Aug. 23-28 at the Jefferson Park Bowling Club, Maryna Hyland, Charlie Herbert, Tony Baer and Brian Stewart - all members of Newport Harbor Lawn Bowling Club, based in Corona del Mar - will compete in the competition against six other teams from around the country. Each has won a United States Lawn Bowling Assn.
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By Amy Senk | July 23, 2011
The Newport Harbor Lawn Bowling Club in Corona del Mar will send four athletes to represent Southern California at this year's U.S. National Championships. Maryna Hyland, Tony Baer, Charlie Herbert and Brian Stewart, along with eight other team members, will compete against the top players from throughout the country for national titles in singles and pairs events, said Myrna Chan, a club member. The U.S. National Championships will be Aug. 23 to 28 in Seattle. "The Newport Harbor LBC is consistently home to top lawn bowlers and members of Team USA," Chan said, adding that the club will host the U.S. Open of Lawn Bowls from Sept.
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By Kent M. Paul | June 11, 2011
Does anybody remember the sport of bowling? I use the term "sport" loosely after an experience I had the other day. Bowling was at its height in the early to mid 1960s. You needed reservations to get a lane during open bowling hours. It seemed that everyone you knew was in some sort of bowling league. The Professional Bowling Assn. had a weekly show Saturdays on ABC. Growing up in Costa Mesa, one of the most fun things to do was to go bowling. Going to Kona Lanes on Harbor Boulevard (for years, now a vacant lot)
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March 5, 2011
GIRLS' LACROSSE Rose Bowl Tournament PASADENA — Newport Harbor finished second after reaching the final with tight wins over Back Bay rival Corona del Mar and La Canada Saturday. The Sailors lost to Beckman, 5-3, in the title match. Newport Harbor beat CdM, 6-5, and La Canada, 5-4. Seniors Lexi McCardle, Sierra Michaelsen, Stephanie Storch and Amanda Olevsky scored three goals each during the action Saturday. Chelsie Delameter added one goal and two assists for the day. Delameter's goal came in the closing seconds that gave Newport the 5-4 win over La Canada.
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By Steve Virgen, steve.virgen@latimes.com | February 4, 2011
Harry Pemberton didn't need to pay for two tickets to Super Bowl XLV. It's fair to say he talked his way into the big game. Pemberton, a longtime Orange County resident who has lived in Newport Beach the past 11 years, won the tickets by becoming the champion of the "Smack Talk Your Way to the Super Bowl" contest at http://www.fanschoice.com . Pemberton left for Dallas on Friday to watch Sunday's matchup of the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Green Bay Packers. After the game there will be an MVP, but before the game, Pemberton, 47, became the Most Valuable Smack Talker.
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By Steve Virgen, steve.virgen@latimes.com | January 31, 2011
Leigh Steinberg has plenty of reason to celebrate during his upcoming Super Bowl Party in Dallas. It's Super Bowl XLV, but for the Newport Beach resident whose fame came as a sports agent, it's Steinberg Party XXV. Because his party is in its 25th year, Steinberg is doing his best to make it memorable. His parties have been known for their extravagance and attention to charities. He wants to turn it up a notch. Amid all the fun, which he often refers to as, "a three-ring circus," Steinberg will honor his friend, Gabrielle Giffords, the U.S. Rep. who is recovering from a gunshot wound to the head suffered during a shooting at a grocery store in Tucson, Ariz.
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