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NEWS
April 18, 2002
The Newport Harbor Baseball Association's Mud Hens dug down deep to pull out two one-run margins of victory in Pony Division action last week. The Mud Hens used their team play to defeat the Corona del Mar Reds, 10-9, and the Mud Hens also scored a 4-3 decision over NHBA Yankees. Mud Hen pitcher Brendon Salisbury struck out seven and walked just one in four innings of work, and Nathan Cramer struck out five in three innings when the Muds rallied to beat the Reds.
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NEWS
April 11, 2004
The Costa Mesa National Little League Minor A Cubs scored five runs on wild pitches to post a 7-1 victory over the Braves Tuesday. Graham Clevidence caught hard line drives in the first and second innings to limit the Braves' offense. Clevidence went 2 for 2 with a walk and three runs scored. Pablo Galvan had two hits, including an RBI in the third inning after a line drive to left field, which scored Eddie Bisoso. Bisoso, Tommy Fisher and James Pond also had hits.
NEWS
June 25, 2003
The Newport Beach Little League AA championship game was a matchup between two teams riding hot streaks through the playoffs with the Red Sox defeating the Mariners, 8-2, for the title last Thursday. Both teams lost their first game in the double-elimination tournament and won five games in a row to play in the championship game. The Mariners, seeded fifth in the tournament, had to defeat the second-seeded Braves two games in a row and the Red Sox had to beat the top-seeded Yankees twice.
NEWS
December 30, 1999
From a news perspective, the 1990s in Newport-Mesa had it all. Million-dollar embezzlements by officials in a city and a school district. A sexual harassment scandal in the Newport Beach Police Department that took down the chief and his top lieutenant. A hard-fought and highly emotional political campaign over a proposed airport that divided the north and the south. An ongoing environmental story. An international sports star in our backyard. A devastating car crash and its aftermath, including what many called a modern miracle.
NEWS
July 25, 2002
Deirdre Newman Steve Womack is one lucky guy. The 14-year-old Victorville resident is the only boy in the 14-member Shenanigans' Youth Theater, which belted out a bevy of Broadway show tunes on Wednesday afternoon on the Heritage Stage. Then Womack's luck suddenly ran out as he paraded onstage dressed in a coconut bra, grass skirt, pink lei and blond wig as a girl dressed as a male sailor crooned "Honeybun" from the musical "South Pacific" to him. "You've just got to swallow your pride and get out there," said Steve, good-naturedly.
NEWS
By: Matt Lewis | September 24, 2005
The Sage Hill School football team wanted to improve its passing. Don't let that make you think they are going to stop rushing, though. The Lightning, ranked No. 10 in CIF Southern Section Division XIII, excelled in all facets of the game, pummeling visiting Sherman Indian, 52-8, in a nonleague game Friday night. Sage Hill amassed 298 yards and four touchdowns on the ground. As expected, Don Ayres (140) and Keya Manshadi (58) earned the majority of the yards.
NEWS
By Daniel Tedford | August 22, 2008
Kirk Kopic was recently named president of Vimation Inc., an interactive video media firm that has created a platform allowing users to use video to gain information not just through watching, but through navigation, shopping and other features. Kopic comes from an extensive technology, video and Internet background that has allowed him to garner praise in the industry. He has been an executive or in leadership positions at DirecTV, CBS, the Walt Disney Company and Google. Recently, Kopic was part of a leadership team that took Google’s first steps into offline media.
NEWS
May 18, 2003
The tale, largely in his words, was riveting. It recounted the April 15 stabbing of a 16-year-old on the Westside. A Westside he had just moved away from. A Westside he thought he knew and understood. John, whose name the Pilot changed to protect his identity, does not seem to need the protection. He is not cowering away after the attack, in which he was stabbed several times in the head, neck and hand and chased. Talking to the Pilot in a May 10 story, "A new Westside for stabbing victim," was just a first step.
NEWS
March 12, 2001
Stefanie Frith By Stefanie Frith NEWPORT BEACH -- Freezing. Charlie Fisher, 18, said this was the only way to describe the 55-degree water that he and 77 other hopeful lifeguards tried out in Sunday morning off Newport Beach Pier. "It was a lot colder than I expected," said the Orange resident, who came in first at the tryouts. "But I have been wanting to do this for a long time. But, whew, it was cold out there." The Newport Beach lifeguard tryouts take place each year and typically, about 80 people attend, Newport Beach Fire Department Lt. John Blauer said.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 25, 2007
FRESNO — The temperature was already a bit chilly for some of the Newport Beach area runners who came into the race with the cold. The conditions just weren’t ideal for many of the runners competing on the three local high school boys’ cross country teams, Newport Harbor, Corona del Mar and Sage Hill School, at the CIF State championships at Woodward Park’s 5K course in Fresno Saturday. By the time Newport Harbor ran in the Division II race just past noon, the temperature had risen into the 60s. But a couple of Sailors were trying to get over their colds, another over-eating on Thanksgiving, resulting in a seventh-place showing, which proved to be disappointing since they were expecting more.
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