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April 19, 2013
BASEBALL UC Irvine 8, Pacific 4 STOCKTON - Sophomore third baseman Taylor Sparks went two for four with three runs batted it to lead the visiting Anteaters in the first game of a three-game Big West Conference series on Friday. Chris Rabago and Jerry McClanahan had two hits and one RBI each for the Anteaters (24-10, 6-4 in conference), while Scott Gottschling had one hit and two RBIs. Andrew Thurman allowed four runs on six hits in 7 2/3 innings to improve to 4-3 for the 'Eaters.
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April 2, 2013
When Randy Hamilton and Tony Horvath first started working on the documentary, "Touchdown Newport," they always envisioned showing it at the Newport Beach Film Festival. Now their vision will become real. "Touchdown Newport," the film about the 1970 Newport Harbor High football team, is an official selection of the upcoming Newport Beach Film Festival. It will make its world premier at the Lido Theater on April 30 at 6 p.m. Hamilton and Horvath played on the team that won a league title under legendary coach Ernie Johnson, who turned around the program in his first year at the school.
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May 17, 2012
MEN'S GOLF NCAA Stanford Regional STANFORD — UC Irvine sophomore Allan Jun used a strong finish to shoot a two-under-par 68 in the first round of the NCAA Stanford Regional Thursday. Competing as an individual, Jun is in a 10-way tie for seventh place. Sang Yi of LSU and Zachary Blair of BYU are the individual leaders at four-under 66. Jun shot a one-under 34 on the front nine and after consecutive bogeys on the 12th and 13th holes, he carded three straight birdies on the par-4 15th, par-5 16th, and par-3 17th to shoot 68 on the par-70 Stanford Golf Course that measures 6,727 yards.
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By Steve Virgen, steve.virgen@latimes.com | May 14, 2011
COSTA MESA — Karlèh Wilson did her best to stay calm throughout Saturday morning at Jim Scott Stadium. As the Corona del Mar High junior prepared to compete in the shot put at the CIF Southern Section Division III track and field preliminaries, she listened to reggae to soothe her spirits. As the meet approached she stayed calm. She competed in the girls' 4x100 relay then went to warm up for the shot put. The reggae beats continued to flow, but when she went up for her first throw, there was nothing calm or peaceful about it. Wilson's personal record of 41 feet, 3 inches earned her the top qualifying spot to the CIF Southern Section finals Saturday at Cerritos College.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 29, 2010
NORWALK — Jaycee Olsen and Jake Taylor qualified for the CIF State track and field finals on their third throws Friday. One of the local high school throwers still might not make the trip to Clovis next week. Olsen's fourth-place finish in the discus event at the CIF Southern Section Masters meet at Cerritos College might signal the end of her high school athletic career. The Corona del Mar senior said she might skip the state meet after she heaved the disc 139 feet. "The thing is, [next]
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 23, 2009
For a photo gallery, click here. NORWALK — No spinning easily to the top of the ring in this one. Discus thrower Cecil Whiteside stood in a tough spot in trying to defend his CIF Southern Section Division II title. Two of the state’s best athletes in the event competed in Whiteside’s division Saturday. Win the discus and Whiteside likely finished with the best mark out of all the throwers in every division. Unable to heave the disc the furthest to claim his second straight Division II championship, Whiteside accomplished the second best thing at the section boys’ track and field championships.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 24, 2008
NORWALK — One Newport Harbor High athlete turned his back to reach success. The other went with the throwback look. It worked out for discus thrower Cecil Whiteside and 3,200-meter runner Rex Nelson Friday. The two won their respective events on a wet and cloudy Friday night at the CIF Southern Section Masters meet at Cerritos College. Both surprised the coaching staffs before advancing to the state meet for the first time in track and field. Whiteside claimed the title as a sophomore with a heave of 176 feet, 4 inches.
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By Steve Virgen | May 23, 2008
Big Brown, she is not. As the No. 12 seed in today’s 3,200 meters at the CIF Southern Section Masters meet, Sophia Ditty is a long shot. The sensational horse that has captivated many on his run toward a triple crown? That could be considered Christina Babcock of Woodbridge. But for Ditty, she has already won her race. Running eight times around the track at Cerritos College today will be like victory laps for the Newport Harbor High senior. Just making it to Masters has been a great accomplishment for Ditty.
SPORTS
May 20, 2008
TODAY Baseball High school – Sage Hill at Apple Valley Christian, CIF Southern Section Division VI second round, 3:15 p.m.   WEDNESDAY Volleyball High school boys – Santa Margarita at Newport Harbor, CIF Southern Section Divison I semifinal, 7 p.m.; Corona del Mar at Santa Barbara, CIF Southern Section Division II semifinal, 7 p.m.   THURSDAY ...
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 31, 2007
When Hilary May takes off for a 1,600-meter race, she said nothing crosses her mind. Check her stride? Nope. How about who's in front, behind, or to her sides? Nope. Nope. Nope. "You just completely zone out," May said. "We like to call it a flow state." All locked in. That's until the Corona del Mar High senior has to brake. It happened with 250 meters left at the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet last week. The finish line, not too far away for May, getting there in time to qualify for the CIF State Championships with blood gushing from the front of her left ankle is another story.
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