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October 10, 2012
Madonna Clare Staley Pashia Donna was born on the family farm near Charter Oak, Iowa December 4, 1925 to Francis Anthony and Catharine Ellen Gaughan Staley. She was raised on farms near Charter Oak and Ute, Iowa, attending rural neighborhood schools. Donna loved her high school days at Charter Oak and graduated with the class of 1943. She often told stories about driving her four younger brothers to school and playing basketball for Charter Oak High. After graduation, she was invited by her aunts, Clare Luft and Donna Fester, to move to Glendale, California and enter cosmetology school.
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By By Barry Faulkner | November 26, 2005
Newport Harbor gives up plenty of yards, but wins the battle where it counts -- on the scoreboard -- in a Division VI quarterfinal.NEWPORT BEACH -- The Newport Harbor High football team dodged a few bullets, withstood repeated bombs and even shrugged off some blown assignments Friday night. The result was a 28-7 victory over visiting Charter Oak in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The win propelled the Sailors (9-3) into a Dec. 3 semifinal clash against Tustin.
NEWS
November 27, 2004
Rick Devereux The Newport Harbor High football team made the most out of the season's last varsity game at Davidson Field by beating Charter Oak, 14-7, Friday night in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The No. 2-seeded Sailors (11-0-1) will play No. 3 Mayfair (11-1) at Cerritos College Friday in the semifinals after the Monsoons defeated Tustin, 28-21, in another quarterfinal. "We knew it was going to be a street fight," Coach Jeff Brinkley said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | December 27, 2013
EASTVALE - The heat started getting to the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team early in its pool-play opener Friday at the North Orange County Classic. CdM isn't even playing in Orange County for the tournament, but instead at Roosevelt High in Riverside County. And, in late December, the temperatures in the mid-80s at around noon did not really sit well with the girls from the beach. CdM still got past its first pool-play opponent Charter Oak, 1-0. But a couple of hours later, Roosevelt senior forward Angela Mitchell got past the CdM defense.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | December 1, 2005
Lanky transfer from Arizona making big impact on foes, as three takeaways against Charter Oak show.Having grown up elsewhere, Fernando Lara lacks historical perspective when it comes to Newport Harbor High football. He also lacks the trademark thickness acquired by those who spend the better part of four years in the Sailors' weight room. But the 6-foot, 160-pound senior cornerback has never been consumed by what he doesn't have. He chooses instead to focus on what he has to offer.
NEWS
November 29, 2004
Rick Devereux The Thanksgiving tradition for the Newport Harbor High football team is something most players dream about even before they reach the varsity level. If the Sailors (11-0-1) reach the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs, the team will practice on Thanksgiving morning and alumni are invited to attend. After the practice, the former players talk to the current batch of Sailors to give advice and motivation.
NEWS
November 25, 2004
Rick Devereux The steady march continues. The Newport Harbor High football team plays host to Charter Oak at 7 p.m. Friday in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The Sailors (10-0-1) have now reached the quarterfinals in 12 of Coach Jeff Brinkley's 19 years at the helm. Newport Harbor did not advance to the second round of the playoffs because of a high-powered passing offense, a blazing run attack or jaw-dropping special teams.
NEWS
November 27, 2004
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Charter Oak 0 7 0 0 - 7 Newport Harbor 7 0 0 7 - 14 -- FIRST QUARTER NH -- Orth 11 pass from Peters (Duffield kick), 7:11. SECOND QUARTER CO -- Harris 87 pass from Ambriz (Bailey kick), 2:39. FOURTH QUARTER NH -- Orth 16 run pass from Peters (Duffield kick), 7:26. A -- 4,500(est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING CO -- Capers, 21-76; Hunter, 3-10; Ambriz, 2-minus-15. NH -- Theriot, 30-133; Rippon, 3-16; Peters, 3-minus-15; Martin, 1-3. INDIVIDUAL PASSING CO -- Ambriz, 9-21-0, 140, 1 TD. NH -- Peters, 8-19-0, 162, 2 TDs. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING CO -- Harris, 4-103, 1 TD; Anderson, 3-23; Capers, 1-11; Davis, 1-3. NH -- Orth, 3-53, 2 TDs; Coder, 2-88; Miner, 1-17; Link, 1-7; Theriot, 1-minus-3.
NEWS
November 16, 2004
RICK DEVEREUX The fact that the Newport Harbor High football team did not lose a game all year and was never ranked lower than No. 3 in the polls this fall does not equate to much of an advantage in the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The Sailors (9-0-1) won the Sea View League championship and received the No. 2 seed in the playoffs. Newport Harbor is in elite company. Only 11 of the 374 CIF Southern Section football teams finished the regular season without a loss.
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SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | December 27, 2013
EASTVALE - The heat started getting to the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team early in its pool-play opener Friday at the North Orange County Classic. CdM isn't even playing in Orange County for the tournament, but instead at Roosevelt High in Riverside County. And, in late December, the temperatures in the mid-80s at around noon did not really sit well with the girls from the beach. CdM still got past its first pool-play opponent Charter Oak, 1-0. But a couple of hours later, Roosevelt senior forward Angela Mitchell got past the CdM defense.
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NEWS
October 10, 2012
Madonna Clare Staley Pashia Donna was born on the family farm near Charter Oak, Iowa December 4, 1925 to Francis Anthony and Catharine Ellen Gaughan Staley. She was raised on farms near Charter Oak and Ute, Iowa, attending rural neighborhood schools. Donna loved her high school days at Charter Oak and graduated with the class of 1943. She often told stories about driving her four younger brothers to school and playing basketball for Charter Oak High. After graduation, she was invited by her aunts, Clare Luft and Donna Fester, to move to Glendale, California and enter cosmetology school.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | December 1, 2005
Lanky transfer from Arizona making big impact on foes, as three takeaways against Charter Oak show.Having grown up elsewhere, Fernando Lara lacks historical perspective when it comes to Newport Harbor High football. He also lacks the trademark thickness acquired by those who spend the better part of four years in the Sailors' weight room. But the 6-foot, 160-pound senior cornerback has never been consumed by what he doesn't have. He chooses instead to focus on what he has to offer.
SPORTS
By By Barry Faulkner | November 26, 2005
Newport Harbor gives up plenty of yards, but wins the battle where it counts -- on the scoreboard -- in a Division VI quarterfinal.NEWPORT BEACH -- The Newport Harbor High football team dodged a few bullets, withstood repeated bombs and even shrugged off some blown assignments Friday night. The result was a 28-7 victory over visiting Charter Oak in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The win propelled the Sailors (9-3) into a Dec. 3 semifinal clash against Tustin.
NEWS
December 2, 2004
Rick Devereux The Newport Harbor High football team was bogged down in a defensive battle against Charter Oak in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The Sailors (11-0-1) scored a fourth-quarter touchdown to earn the 14-7 victory and advance to the semifinals against Mayfair (11-1) Friday at Cerritos College at 7:30 p.m. The contest against the Chargers might prove to be an ample preview of the game against the Monsoons, who's lone loss was to Division I Lakewood.
NEWS
November 29, 2004
Rick Devereux The Thanksgiving tradition for the Newport Harbor High football team is something most players dream about even before they reach the varsity level. If the Sailors (11-0-1) reach the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs, the team will practice on Thanksgiving morning and alumni are invited to attend. After the practice, the former players talk to the current batch of Sailors to give advice and motivation.
NEWS
November 27, 2004
SCORE BY QUARTERS -- Charter Oak 0 7 0 0 - 7 Newport Harbor 7 0 0 7 - 14 -- FIRST QUARTER NH -- Orth 11 pass from Peters (Duffield kick), 7:11. SECOND QUARTER CO -- Harris 87 pass from Ambriz (Bailey kick), 2:39. FOURTH QUARTER NH -- Orth 16 run pass from Peters (Duffield kick), 7:26. A -- 4,500(est.) INDIVIDUAL RUSHING CO -- Capers, 21-76; Hunter, 3-10; Ambriz, 2-minus-15. NH -- Theriot, 30-133; Rippon, 3-16; Peters, 3-minus-15; Martin, 1-3. INDIVIDUAL PASSING CO -- Ambriz, 9-21-0, 140, 1 TD. NH -- Peters, 8-19-0, 162, 2 TDs. INDIVIDUAL RECEIVING CO -- Harris, 4-103, 1 TD; Anderson, 3-23; Capers, 1-11; Davis, 1-3. NH -- Orth, 3-53, 2 TDs; Coder, 2-88; Miner, 1-17; Link, 1-7; Theriot, 1-minus-3.
NEWS
November 25, 2004
Rick Devereux The steady march continues. The Newport Harbor High football team plays host to Charter Oak at 7 p.m. Friday in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The Sailors (10-0-1) have now reached the quarterfinals in 12 of Coach Jeff Brinkley's 19 years at the helm. Newport Harbor did not advance to the second round of the playoffs because of a high-powered passing offense, a blazing run attack or jaw-dropping special teams.
NEWS
November 16, 2004
RICK DEVEREUX The fact that the Newport Harbor High football team did not lose a game all year and was never ranked lower than No. 3 in the polls this fall does not equate to much of an advantage in the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs. The Sailors (9-0-1) won the Sea View League championship and received the No. 2 seed in the playoffs. Newport Harbor is in elite company. Only 11 of the 374 CIF Southern Section football teams finished the regular season without a loss.
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