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August 29, 2007
LAS VEGAS — Former UC Irvine men’s basketball player Adam Parada, competing for Mexico, scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds in a 127-100 loss to the United States Monday night in the FIBA Americas Championship at the Thomas & Mack Center. Parada, a 7-foot, 265-pound center, was eight for 12 from the field in 23 minutes against the Americans in the second-round game. Parada added 17 points and 10 rebounds in Tuesday’s 104-90 loss to Brazil. He played 20 minutes in that contest.
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May 22, 2013
Corona del Mar High alumni John Mann and Tumua Anae are on the No. 1 senior national teams for the FINA World League Prelims that start Friday at Los Alamitos Air Force Base swimming pool. The four-day event will feature a mix of official matches and exhibition contests. The rosters for the USA Men's and Women's Senior National Teams were released Tuesday. Tickets are on sale for the games and can be purchased at http://www.waterpolo.org. Anae, a golaie, is on the Women's National Team 1. Kate Baldoni, also a former CdM goalie, is on the Women's Senior National Team 2, along with former Newport Harbor High standout Kaleigh Gilchrist, who recently helped lead the USC Trojans to the NCAA national championship.
SPORTS
April 23, 2010
Ross seeks bronze April Ross, a former Newport Harbor High standout, and Jen Kessy will play for the bronze medal at the FIVB Tour event in Brasilia, Brazil. Juliana Silva and Larissa Franca of Brazil defeated Ross and Kessy, 21-14, 23-21, in the semifinals Friday. It was a rematch of last year’s world championships final that Ross and Kessy won. The American duo will play against Maria Clara and Carol Salgado of Brazil. On the men’s side, Jake Gibb, a Costa Mesa resident, and Sean Rosenthal of Corona del Mar finished ninth after losing to Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser.
LOCAL
September 19, 2008
FIRST QUARTER BP – Flores 49 pass from Brazil (kick blocked), 0:15. SECOND QUARTER Est – Gutierrez 27 run (Diego kick), 6:52. THIRD QUARTER Est – Mendez 26 run (Diego kick), 1:05. FOURTH QUARTER Est – Gutierrez 8 run (Diego kick), 7:37.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING BP – Flores, 32-164; Brazil, 3-14; Faauli, 2-8; Davis, 1-2; Martinez, 2-minus-6. Est – Mendez, 21-130, 1 TD; Gutierrez, 3-41, 2 TDs; Kirshner, 1-3; De La Torre, 1-1; Carlyle, 1-0. INDIVIDUAL PASSING BP – Brazil, 7-11-1, 104, 1 TD; Martinez, 2-4-0, 19. Est – Gutierrez, 1-10-1, 6; Kirshner, 1-4-0, 9. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING BP – Flores, 1-49, 1 TD; Verdugo, 5-48; Davis, 2-16; Sandoval, 1-10.
NEWS
September 2, 2001
FULLERTON - The Orange Coast United Rush, a girls under-15 club soccer team win the Junior United Soccer Association (JUSA) Girls Under-15 Club Championship Monday at Cal State Fullerton. The Newport Beach-based squad overcame 100-degree field temps as well as a one-goal deficit to win 1-1 (4-2 on penalty kicks), over Brazil, a United Soccer Club team from Moreno Valley. After falling behind early, OCU sweeper Breanne Ogden tied the game with a 43-yard moon shot, off an assist from Tanisha Senarante.
SPORTS
July 27, 2007
RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil — Former UC Irvine All-Americans Ryan Bailey and Jeff Powers scored one goal each in the USA Men's National team's 9-2 win over host Brazil in the gold-medal game Thursday of the Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro. Ex-Anteater Genai Kerr had six saves in goal. Tony Azevedo led the U.S. with four goals as the Americans led 5-0 at halftime at Julio Delamare Aquatic Park. With the victory, the Americans earned an automatic berth in the 2008 Summer Olympic Games at Beijing, China.
SPORTS
June 14, 2011
Courtney Conlogue, a Sage Hill School product, won the Estoril Surf & Music Billabong Girls Pro completed Saturday in Praia do Guincho, Portugal. Conlogue, who claimed the $4,500 winner's purse, defeated fellow Californian Lakey Peterson in the 30-minute main event final. She has $51,550 in winnings on the tour this season. Conlogue solidified her No. 1 position in the Assn. of Surfing Professionals Women's Star rankings. She has 11,720 points, well ahead of No. 2-ranked Sage Erickson (7,640)
SPORTS
February 14, 2012
The road to London and the 2012 Olympic Games heats up with the 11th Holiday Cup starting Wednesday. Some of the best in the world of women's water polo gear up for the world's largest sporting event as Team USA plays host Wednesday through Sunday at the USA Water Polo National Training Center in Los Alamitos. The U.S. team features goalie Tumua Anae, a former Corona del Mar High standout. Dan Klatt, the UC Irvine women's water polo coach, is an assistant on Team USA's coaching staff.
NEWS
By Mike Villani | August 27, 2008
Well it’s over — 17 days of magical wonderment and surprise, during which the finest athletes in the world came to compete for their ultimate triumph. Seventeen glorious days for this proud country, marred by one tragedy. A senseless act of random violence the Chinese as an entire nation still feel personally responsible for. As I finished packing on departure day, I looked out my hotel window to the dismantling of Olympic history there in my indoor volleyball compound, The Capital Gymnasium.
NEWS
May 24, 2005
HUMBERTO CASPA Is there a secret to Wahoo's success? Ed (Eduardo) Lee, Renato "Mingo" Lee and Wing Lam, owners of Wahoo's Fish Taco, say the answer often revolves around their restaurant's exquisite and healthy menu. I'm sure most of Wahoo's patrons would agree with them, as their food is simply some of the best of its kind. However, the more I've learned about the three brothers, and more information I got from them during a brief meeting at their headquarters in Irvine, the more convinced I am that their biggest secret lies in their family background.
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By Matt Szabo | May 25, 2013
LOS ALAMITOS - Danielle Warde did not follow the same path as many of her teammates on the U.S. senior women's national team. Growing up, Warde was known as a powerful and dynamic center at Edison High before graduating in 2010. But she was not a mainstay on the cadet, youth or junior national team rosters. In fact, it was the opposite. She said she never made any of those squads. "I actually tried out for the youth team, the zone team, and I just never made it," Warde said.
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SPORTS
May 22, 2013
Corona del Mar High alumni John Mann and Tumua Anae are on the No. 1 senior national teams for the FINA World League Prelims that start Friday at Los Alamitos Air Force Base swimming pool. The four-day event will feature a mix of official matches and exhibition contests. The rosters for the USA Men's and Women's Senior National Teams were released Tuesday. Tickets are on sale for the games and can be purchased at http://www.waterpolo.org. Anae, a golaie, is on the Women's National Team 1. Kate Baldoni, also a former CdM goalie, is on the Women's Senior National Team 2, along with former Newport Harbor High standout Kaleigh Gilchrist, who recently helped lead the USC Trojans to the NCAA national championship.
SPORTS
February 14, 2012
The road to London and the 2012 Olympic Games heats up with the 11th Holiday Cup starting Wednesday. Some of the best in the world of women's water polo gear up for the world's largest sporting event as Team USA plays host Wednesday through Sunday at the USA Water Polo National Training Center in Los Alamitos. The U.S. team features goalie Tumua Anae, a former Corona del Mar High standout. Dan Klatt, the UC Irvine women's water polo coach, is an assistant on Team USA's coaching staff.
SPORTS
June 14, 2011
Courtney Conlogue, a Sage Hill School product, won the Estoril Surf & Music Billabong Girls Pro completed Saturday in Praia do Guincho, Portugal. Conlogue, who claimed the $4,500 winner's purse, defeated fellow Californian Lakey Peterson in the 30-minute main event final. She has $51,550 in winnings on the tour this season. Conlogue solidified her No. 1 position in the Assn. of Surfing Professionals Women's Star rankings. She has 11,720 points, well ahead of No. 2-ranked Sage Erickson (7,640)
SPORTS
April 23, 2011
BRASILIA, Brazil — It was just like old times in the gold medal match of the beach volleyball Brasilia Open. Newport Harbor High alumna Misty May-Treanor has reunited with her old partner, Kerri Walsh. They came close to winning yet another title Friday on the FIVB World Tour. Playing together in a tournament for the first time in more than two years, seventh-seeded May-Treanor and Walsh were edged by the top seeds from Brazil, Juliana Felbersta Silva and Larissa Franca, 21-16, 15-21, 15-12, in the final Friday.
NEWS
November 10, 2010
At Hoag Hospital on 10/23/10. Borne in Montreal Canada. Beloved mother to Jay, Lyn, Geoff and Greg Maloney. Grandmother to Ashley Wilms, Whitney Nickerson, Lexie, Michael, and Nicholas Maloney, Tyler and Ashley Maloney. Memorial service to be announced later. You may send a donation to the Cancer Centers of America.
SPORTS
July 3, 2010
Newport Harbor High alumna Misty May-Treanor and partner Nicole Branagh have advanced to the semifinals of the SWATCH FIVB World Tour ConocoPhillips Grand Slam in Stavanger, Norway. May-Treanor and Branagh, seeded seventh, received a bye in round two of the single-elimination rounds Friday because they were undefeated in pool play. They then swept their third-round match against No. 14 Sanne Keizer and Marleen Van Iersel of the Netherlands, 21-19, 21-17, in 39 minutes. May-Treanor and Branagh will face the No. 1 team of Juliana Felisberta Silva and Larissa Franca, of Brazil, in a semifinal today.
SPORTS
April 23, 2010
Ross seeks bronze April Ross, a former Newport Harbor High standout, and Jen Kessy will play for the bronze medal at the FIVB Tour event in Brasilia, Brazil. Juliana Silva and Larissa Franca of Brazil defeated Ross and Kessy, 21-14, 23-21, in the semifinals Friday. It was a rematch of last year’s world championships final that Ross and Kessy won. The American duo will play against Maria Clara and Carol Salgado of Brazil. On the men’s side, Jake Gibb, a Costa Mesa resident, and Sean Rosenthal of Corona del Mar finished ninth after losing to Todd Rogers and Phil Dalhausser.
SPORTS
April 22, 2010
Misty May-Treanor, a former Newport Harbor High standout, and Nicole Branagh had their way in their first professional event as a team when they won in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. last week. But their debut in international competition did not fare as well. They finished ninth at the FIVB Tour’s stop in Brasilia, Brazil Thursday. The ninth-place finish is May-Treanor’s lowest finish on the FIVB Tour since 2000, which does not include forfeits due to injury. Austria’s Barbara Hansel and Sara Montagnolli, the No. 10 seeds, took out May-Treanor and Branagh, 21-16, 21-18.
LOCAL
September 19, 2008
FIRST QUARTER BP – Flores 49 pass from Brazil (kick blocked), 0:15. SECOND QUARTER Est – Gutierrez 27 run (Diego kick), 6:52. THIRD QUARTER Est – Mendez 26 run (Diego kick), 1:05. FOURTH QUARTER Est – Gutierrez 8 run (Diego kick), 7:37.   INDIVIDUAL RUSHING BP – Flores, 32-164; Brazil, 3-14; Faauli, 2-8; Davis, 1-2; Martinez, 2-minus-6. Est – Mendez, 21-130, 1 TD; Gutierrez, 3-41, 2 TDs; Kirshner, 1-3; De La Torre, 1-1; Carlyle, 1-0. INDIVIDUAL PASSING BP – Brazil, 7-11-1, 104, 1 TD; Martinez, 2-4-0, 19. Est – Gutierrez, 1-10-1, 6; Kirshner, 1-4-0, 9. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING BP – Flores, 1-49, 1 TD; Verdugo, 5-48; Davis, 2-16; Sandoval, 1-10.
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