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SPORTS
November 29, 2013
Corona del Mar (12-0) vs. Westminster (8-4) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Westminster High Key Sea Kings: Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (2,152 yards passing, 20 TDs, eight INTs); Jr. RB Cole Martin (219 carries for 1,438 yards and 19 TDs); Jr. DE Parker Chase (67 tackles, team-best 9.5 quarterback sacks). Key Lions: Sr. QB Daniel Thomsen (1,105 yards passing, seven TDs, nine INTs; 1,547 yards rushing and 22 TDs); Jr. RB Humberto Maciel (1,364 yards rushing, 16 TDs)
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SPORTS
November 14, 2013
Corona del Mar (10-0) vs. Loara (6-4) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sea Kings: Jr. RB Cole Martin (1,232 yards and 13 TDs on 195 carries); Sr. QB Luke Napolitano (1,644 yards, 15 TDs and eight INTs on 127-of-210 passing, eight rushing TDs); Jr. MLB Hoyt Crance (65 tackles, two sacks, two INTs) Key Saxons: Sr. QB David Gistlinck (1,772 yards, 24 TDs and three INTs on 118-of-213 passing); Jr. WR Edson Velasquez (38 catches for 471 yards and 12 TDs); So. RB Robert Downs (620 yards and three TDs on 127 carries)
SPORTS
By Steve Virgen | November 13, 2013
Alyaa Abdulghany has heard plenty of compliments about her game and her great potential in golf. She'll smile and say, "thank you," but in no way does that indicate she is content with the praise. "People will say that I'm good when I'm out there, but I'm not sure about that," said Abdulghany, Corona del Mar High's freshman phenom. "I know I just want to do better than what I did that day or the day before. " It's this type of drive that keeps those compliments coming and several accolades too. Her motivation keeps her on track to achieve her goals: for this year to reach the CIF state championship; after high school to play in college and put herself in position to turn pro. Remember that name, it's pronounced Ah-lee-yuh Ahb-dool-gon-ee.
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | October 24, 2013
From his wheelchair in the Corona del Mar High School gym, Aaron Rubin held up one finger to indicate "yes" and two fingers for "no" as he answered questions about a drug addiction that led him to a catastrophic overdose. "This is Aaron," said his mother, Sherrie Rubin. "Aaron overdosed on OxyContin and prescription meds when he was 23. He was in a coma for three and a half weeks. He had a heart attack and two strokes. " Aaron, now 31, can no longer speak, Sherrie explained, and only about one quarter of his brain was undamaged after the strokes.
NEWS
By Emily Foxhall | October 22, 2013
Aralia Street residents may soon rest easy. The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday night approved a resolution to establish a one-hour parking limit on the street for any cars without a permit. The one-hour limit would apply between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. on school days. The vote marked a major step in what residents describe as a years-long battle to have their voices heard. Students at the nearby Corona del Mar High have been clogging the spaces in front of the homes on the street rather than park in school lots because of the convenience.
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