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March 27, 2003
The Cubs scored five runs in their last at-bat and held off the Braves, 10-7, in a Newport Beach Little League AAA game called after the fifth inning due to darkness. The Cubs were led by Conner Gaughan, who pitched three shutout innings and had a solid double. Alex Grody and Parker Seaman also doubled as the Cubs received hits from Zac Cabin, Reid Johnson and Jonathan Jaffee. Defensive gems for the Cubs included a running catch in the outfield by Ian King, who then doubled-up the runner at first.
NEWS
March 14, 2004
Jamie Heinecke struck out six in three innings and the Angels produced enough offense to prevail, 6-1, over the Cubs in Newport Beach Little League Majors Division play March 3. Nick Flamson allowed one run in two innings while Armani Ferrante pitched a no-hit inning. David Weiland, Heinecke and Flamson each singled while Blake Thomsen added a double for the Angels (2-0). J.D. Dawn made a diving catch in center field. Austin Jones allowed no hits and one run in three innings while Preston Risser and Emery Molnar added strong defense for the Cubs.
NEWS
By DAVID CARRILLO PEÑALOZA | May 18, 2010
The road in the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs has been relatively easy for Corona del Mar High. "We've been pretty fortunate," Coach Steve Conti said. "We've only had one road match [in the first three rounds] and we traveled five or six miles up PCH for that one." The Sea Kings are at home tonight for the third time during the postseason. Conti isn't planning on staying put. He normally doesn't when he has his boys' volleyball team in the semifinals. Conti has led CdM to this round for the ninth time in his 15 years in charge.
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
March 21, 2002
In Pinto National League action: The Astros took on the Cubs and received strong pitching from Jordan Desguin, Tynan Yanaga and Cole Blower. Leading the offense were Stevie Michaelson, Christian Ochoa, Adam Kinder, Zach Friedman, Grant Wensley and Jack Hadley. Brice Manning highlighted the defense by scooping up a hard hit grounder and throwing to first baseman Friedman for the out. In Bronco Division action: Reds 13, Braves 5 - Leading the Reds were Wes Parks (2 for 2, triple, three runs scored)
NEWS
June 2, 2010
I t appears that the bobcat known as "Babe," who was believed to be pregnant and who had been seen roaming Newport Beach's Dover Shores neighborhood in recent weeks, has given birth. This photograph of a bobcat presumed to be Babe with her cubs in tow was snapped Tuesday morning on Santiago Drive by John Yasko, who lives on the street. "Those little cubs are so cute," Yasko said. The real estate agent, who carries a small camera for his job, was leaving his home to go to his office in Newport Center when he spotted the bobcat and its three cubs.
NEWS
March 25, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - The Dodgers pulled out two impressive wins in Newport Harbor Baseball Association Mustang Division action. On March 17, the Dodgers took care of the Cubs, 7-4. Jeff Frum and Victor Doan each had two hits and three RBIs, while Chris Griffin pitched three scoreless innings with seven strikeouts. Daniel Norris, Garrett McRoberts and Max Joliffe each played solid, all-around games, while Jeff Allee added an RBI double for the Dodgers. The Cubs were led by Ronnie Dunore, who had two hits and two RBIs.
SPORTS
September 17, 2010
High School Football When/where: Tonight, 7 at Los Angeles Valley College Key Sailors: Jr. RB Buzzy Yokoyama (116 yards on 19 carries); Sr. DT-LT JB Salem; SR LB-FB Ryan Andrews Breakdown: The Sailors (1-0) are coming off 17-6 home victory against Trabuco Hills last week in their opener … Newport Harbor plays Loyola (1-1) for the second straight season. Last year, the Sailors beat the Cubs, 28-14, at Davidson Field … Loyola is facing its third straight team ranked in the CIF Southern Section polls … Newport Harbor is ranked No. 8 in the Pac-5 Division … Last week, the Cubs lost at home to top-ranked Mission Viejo, 42-7.
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May 1, 2014
Disney's acclaimed nature films offer vivid portrayals of animals in the wild. They entertain and educate young viewers in the biological realities of Earth's habitats. But for many years, this documentary style of observation has taken a back seat to the amplified world of zany computer animation. Silly cartoon animals dominate screen fare for our children. Talking birds, dogs, donkeys and penguins wisecrack jokes in trivial screwball plots. But Disney's new wildlife film "Bears" is an outstanding counterpoint to all that nonsense.
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Len Bose | September 12, 2013
Years ago, I was a bartender, and on Monday nights, a fat lady would come in and sing "Ebb Tide" to close the night's karaoke and the bar. After watching the Kiwis dominate Oracle Team USA in three of four races last Saturday and Sunday at the America's Cup, I flashed back to those painful moments at the bar and to Monday Night Football when Don Meredith would sing, "Turn out the lights, the party is over. " Let's just hope that Team USA can win one more race so we don't go down in history losing the Cup with a negative number.
NEWS
By Brittany Woolsey | May 25, 2013
With tears in her eyes but pride in her face, Abby Beck stood at Pacific View Memorial Park and Mortuary in Newport Beach on Saturday. "It's an honor being here," said Beck, a U.S. Coast Guard veteran. "You just really realize how important this is, and how great the luxuries and freedoms that we have are. Being a veteran made me realize how important those things are and how lucky we are to have them. " Newport Beach resident Beck and her son Levi, 7, helped place more than 250 American flags on the grave sites of fallen soldiers, as part of Costa Cub Scouts Pack 108's Memorial Day commemoration.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 2, 2012
LOS ANGELES - The six-on-five is supposed to be an advantageous situation in water polo. But it was a weakness Tuesday for the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team. And the host Loyola Cubs turned their man-down situations into a strength. The result was the Sailors' first bad loss of the season, an 11-8 setback at John C. Argue Swim Stadium. Newport Harbor (8-2) certainly had its chances, but failed to convert most of them. The Sailors, ranked No. 2 in CIF Southern Section Division 1, went just four of 13 on the power play.
SPORTS
June 20, 2012
Former Orange Coast College baseball standout Bijan Rademacher signed Wednesday with the Chicago Cubs organization to make it five of six Pirates drafted who have signed professional contracts the last two weeks. Rademacher, selected in the 13th round (No. 404 overall) in the Major League BaseballFirst-Year Player Draft earlier this month, hit .349 with seven home runs and 49 runs batted in as a freshman for the Pirates in 2012. He began his collegiate career at Cal State Fullerton.
NEWS
May 26, 2011
Obituary for Arthur D. Perrone Sr. Arthur D. Perrone Sr. of Costa Mesa, California died on May 8, 2011, 104 years to the day of his birth in a small town on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina. After the death of his mother, the family moved to Chicago when he was a small child. Married to his wife, Mary Santo Perrone for 67 years, he worked for the same company in Chicago for 45 years until his retirement in 1969.  He and his wife moved to Southern California in 1974.  Mr Perrone was a life long, loyal Chicago Cub fan who always believed that the next year would be the year the Cubs would win the title.  The Chicago team saw their last World Series victory in 1908, a year after Mr. Perrone’s birth.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza, david.carrillo@latimes.com | December 10, 2010
HUNTINGTON BEACH — It took just three plays for Coach Ryan Schachter to figure out his Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team on Friday. "I knew we weren't ready to play," said Schachter, referring to the semifinals of the Ocean View Tournament of Champions, where the Sea Kings lost to Loyola of Los Angeles, 62-40. "We didn't show up. " Two minutes in and Schachter saw how disinterested his players looked. The Sea Kings were on their way to a second semifinal loss at a major tournament in nine days.
SPORTS
September 17, 2010
High School Football When/where: Tonight, 7 at Los Angeles Valley College Key Sailors: Jr. RB Buzzy Yokoyama (116 yards on 19 carries); Sr. DT-LT JB Salem; SR LB-FB Ryan Andrews Breakdown: The Sailors (1-0) are coming off 17-6 home victory against Trabuco Hills last week in their opener … Newport Harbor plays Loyola (1-1) for the second straight season. Last year, the Sailors beat the Cubs, 28-14, at Davidson Field … Loyola is facing its third straight team ranked in the CIF Southern Section polls … Newport Harbor is ranked No. 8 in the Pac-5 Division … Last week, the Cubs lost at home to top-ranked Mission Viejo, 42-7.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna, joseph.serna@latimes.com | September 9, 2010
Recently retired Newport Beach police Capt. Jim Kaminsky is facing a $1,000 state fine for allegedly failing to report hundreds of dollars in gifts from friends and services and stays at The Island Hotel near Fashion Island, according to a state agency that oversees public employees. Kaminsky, who celebrated his retirement Thursday at a Newport Beach Marriott hotel, received more than $1,200 in food, lodging and gift certificates from the Island Hotel between 2007 and 2008. As a police captain, Kaminsky is required to report such gifts to the state's Fair Political Practices Commission.
NEWS
June 2, 2010
I t appears that the bobcat known as "Babe," who was believed to be pregnant and who had been seen roaming Newport Beach's Dover Shores neighborhood in recent weeks, has given birth. This photograph of a bobcat presumed to be Babe with her cubs in tow was snapped Tuesday morning on Santiago Drive by John Yasko, who lives on the street. "Those little cubs are so cute," Yasko said. The real estate agent, who carries a small camera for his job, was leaving his home to go to his office in Newport Center when he spotted the bobcat and its three cubs.
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