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May 13, 2008
HUNTINGTON BEACH — For the past two years, Ryan Knapp has ended his season at the CIF Southern Section Southern Individual Regional. But this year the Estancia High junior broke the barrier. Knapp shot two-over-par 74 to finish tied for 15th Monday at SeaCliff Country Club and advance to next week’s CIF Southern Section Individual Final. “It was definitely a nice monkey off my back,” Knapp said. “I’ve been wanting it so bad. It felt really good to get past the [regional]
LOCAL
By Alicia Robinson | November 1, 2006
Costa Mesa officials expected to have named a new police chief by the end of October, but they said Tuesday they're still in the midst of background checks on the two finalists who were named Oct. 2. Interim Police Chief Steven Staveley said he'll stay at the department until the new chief begins work. The city's former police chief, John Hensley, has moved on to a new assignment. Hensley retired June 30 after three years with Costa Mesa, and a story Monday in the Desert Sun newspaper in the Palm Springs area said he was to take over Tuesday as interim police chief of the city of Desert Hot Springs.
NEWS
November 17, 1999
DESERT HOT SPRINGS - Newport Harbor High sophomore Kelly Hunt shot an 83 Tuesday at Mission Lakes Country Club to qualify for the girls CIF/Southern California Golf Association Finals, set for Nov. 30 at the Members Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. "Kelly did a great job today," Coach Jim Warren said. "It's not too often you reach the finals twice, so it was great to see her do it." With 123 competitors in the qualifying tournament, only 50 advanced to the finals.
NEWS
November 16, 2001
Corona del Mar High juniors Jackie McCoy and Jennifer Woo and freshman Katie Albright fared well, but did not advance after the CIF Southern Section Individual Championships Thursday at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. McCoy shot 94 on the par-72 course, while Albright came in with 99 and Woo with 72, as they competed among 120 golfers. Nicole Smith of Martin Luther King earned medalist honors, shooting two-under. A 79 or better was needed to qualify for state competition.
NEWS
November 3, 1999
COTO DE CAZA - Four Newport Harbor High girls golfers survived the cut Tuesday to advance to today's second round of the Sea View League individual tournament at Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club. Kelly Hunt, who finished third in league last season as a freshman, shot 88 over 18 holes (par 72) to finish fourth after the opening day. Irvine's Sunny Lee leads with a 1-under 71. Newport's Shelly Roberts (sixth place with a 92), Lindsey Galbraith (tied for ninth, 98)
NEWS
November 4, 1999
COTO DE CAZA - Newport Harbor High sophomore Kelly Hunt finished third at the Sea View League girls golf finals Wednesday at Coto De Caza Country Club, carding a 171 over the 36-hole event. Medalist was Irvine junior Stella Lee with a 1-over 145, and Channing Lovejoy of Woodbridge was second at 155. The top two automatically qualify for the CIF Individual Finals at Mission Lakes CC in Desert Hot Springs, although Hunt, Candy Lin of Aliso Niguel (176)
NEWS
November 2, 1999
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Four Corona del Mar High girls golfers were among 10 to advance to today's final round of the Pacific Coast League Finals at Meadowlark Golf Course. CdM junior Taylor McCormick shot 91 over 18 holes, including 41 on the back nine to finish tied for third in the 20-competitor field. Also advancing for Coach Mike Starkweather were juniors Allison Schauppner and Kristin McCoy (tied for fifth at 94) and freshman Jackie McCoy (tied for eighth with 95)
NEWS
November 9, 2004
The Corona del Mar High girls golf team finished ninth among 16 teams at the CIF Southern Section team finals Monday at Las Posas Country Club in Camarillo. "This is the best we've ever done," Sea Kings Coach Mike Starkweather said with pride. "We've never made it to the big dance, but we were there today. And there are no divisions in golf." Katie Albright shot 17-over-par 89 to pace the Sea Kings, on a course that was particularly tough, Starkweather said.
NEWS
November 13, 2003
BRYCE ALDERTON Sometimes getting to the course is half the battle. Newport Harbor High's Natalie Draganza was 1 1/2 hours late for her starting time at the San Juan Hills Country Club in the first round of the Sea View League girls golf individual championships Nov. 3 because she was finishing a science project for school. The rains came and Draganza, sans jacket, had to endure muddied conditions to card an 83, still good enough to be tied with Foothill's Grace Park for the lead with one round to go. Draganza, 14, extinguished her nerves by the next day and jumped to a two-stroke lead after nine holes against Park and eventually claimed her second consecutive league title by five shots.
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LOCAL
May 13, 2008
HUNTINGTON BEACH — For the past two years, Ryan Knapp has ended his season at the CIF Southern Section Southern Individual Regional. But this year the Estancia High junior broke the barrier. Knapp shot two-over-par 74 to finish tied for 15th Monday at SeaCliff Country Club and advance to next week’s CIF Southern Section Individual Final. “It was definitely a nice monkey off my back,” Knapp said. “I’ve been wanting it so bad. It felt really good to get past the [regional]
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LOCAL
By Alicia Robinson | November 1, 2006
Costa Mesa officials expected to have named a new police chief by the end of October, but they said Tuesday they're still in the midst of background checks on the two finalists who were named Oct. 2. Interim Police Chief Steven Staveley said he'll stay at the department until the new chief begins work. The city's former police chief, John Hensley, has moved on to a new assignment. Hensley retired June 30 after three years with Costa Mesa, and a story Monday in the Desert Sun newspaper in the Palm Springs area said he was to take over Tuesday as interim police chief of the city of Desert Hot Springs.
NEWS
November 9, 2004
The Corona del Mar High girls golf team finished ninth among 16 teams at the CIF Southern Section team finals Monday at Las Posas Country Club in Camarillo. "This is the best we've ever done," Sea Kings Coach Mike Starkweather said with pride. "We've never made it to the big dance, but we were there today. And there are no divisions in golf." Katie Albright shot 17-over-par 89 to pace the Sea Kings, on a course that was particularly tough, Starkweather said.
NEWS
November 13, 2003
BRYCE ALDERTON Sometimes getting to the course is half the battle. Newport Harbor High's Natalie Draganza was 1 1/2 hours late for her starting time at the San Juan Hills Country Club in the first round of the Sea View League girls golf individual championships Nov. 3 because she was finishing a science project for school. The rains came and Draganza, sans jacket, had to endure muddied conditions to card an 83, still good enough to be tied with Foothill's Grace Park for the lead with one round to go. Draganza, 14, extinguished her nerves by the next day and jumped to a two-stroke lead after nine holes against Park and eventually claimed her second consecutive league title by five shots.
NEWS
November 16, 2001
Corona del Mar High juniors Jackie McCoy and Jennifer Woo and freshman Katie Albright fared well, but did not advance after the CIF Southern Section Individual Championships Thursday at Mission Lakes Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. McCoy shot 94 on the par-72 course, while Albright came in with 99 and Woo with 72, as they competed among 120 golfers. Nicole Smith of Martin Luther King earned medalist honors, shooting two-under. A 79 or better was needed to qualify for state competition.
NEWS
November 17, 1999
DESERT HOT SPRINGS - Newport Harbor High sophomore Kelly Hunt shot an 83 Tuesday at Mission Lakes Country Club to qualify for the girls CIF/Southern California Golf Association Finals, set for Nov. 30 at the Members Country Club in Desert Hot Springs. "Kelly did a great job today," Coach Jim Warren said. "It's not too often you reach the finals twice, so it was great to see her do it." With 123 competitors in the qualifying tournament, only 50 advanced to the finals.
NEWS
November 4, 1999
COTO DE CAZA - Newport Harbor High sophomore Kelly Hunt finished third at the Sea View League girls golf finals Wednesday at Coto De Caza Country Club, carding a 171 over the 36-hole event. Medalist was Irvine junior Stella Lee with a 1-over 145, and Channing Lovejoy of Woodbridge was second at 155. The top two automatically qualify for the CIF Individual Finals at Mission Lakes CC in Desert Hot Springs, although Hunt, Candy Lin of Aliso Niguel (176)
NEWS
November 3, 1999
COTO DE CAZA - Four Newport Harbor High girls golfers survived the cut Tuesday to advance to today's second round of the Sea View League individual tournament at Coto de Caza Golf & Racquet Club. Kelly Hunt, who finished third in league last season as a freshman, shot 88 over 18 holes (par 72) to finish fourth after the opening day. Irvine's Sunny Lee leads with a 1-under 71. Newport's Shelly Roberts (sixth place with a 92), Lindsey Galbraith (tied for ninth, 98)
NEWS
November 2, 1999
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Four Corona del Mar High girls golfers were among 10 to advance to today's final round of the Pacific Coast League Finals at Meadowlark Golf Course. CdM junior Taylor McCormick shot 91 over 18 holes, including 41 on the back nine to finish tied for third in the 20-competitor field. Also advancing for Coach Mike Starkweather were juniors Allison Schauppner and Kristin McCoy (tied for fifth at 94) and freshman Jackie McCoy (tied for eighth with 95)
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