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SPORTS
May 19, 2010
All three of the Mariners Christian School boys’ volleyball teams advanced to the championship games of the Christian Athletic League of Orange County Friday at Liberty Christian in Huntington Beach. The Dolphins brought home two out of three championship titles in seventh-grade Division II and eighth-grade Division I. In the eighth-grade Division I championship Calvary Chapel and Mariners continued the excellent rivalry between the two schools with yet another matchup in the final.
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FEATURES
February 3, 2010
Mariners Christian School closed out January in grand fashion earning victories in various sports on different grade levels. The Mariners Christian sixth-grade boys’ basketball team used pressure defense and relentless rebounding to defeat Huntington Christian, 51-23, in a Christian Athletic League of Orange County match-up last week. George MacCable led the Mariners Christian scoring attack with a strong inside presence, putting up 18 points. Taso Marcopulos contributed as well from the outside and handed off numerous assists to MacCable, Stephen Guder and Mitch Dean , who helped dominate the paint.
ENTERTAINMENT
By JOHN DEPKO and SUSANNE PEREZ | August 13, 2009
Nora Ephron has been the writer or director on a number of very popular movies. Her films are known for taking a clever but genteel look at the problems of modern adult life. “When Harry Met Sally . . . ” and “Sleepless in Seattle” might be her biggest hits. But she brings all her skills to bear in the delightful telling of the true stories of “Julie & Julia.” Meryl Streep’s portrayal of the eccentric Julia Child is spectacular in every way. She channels the persona of the famous French chef with every nuance and mannerism intact.
FEATURES
By JW | July 21, 2009
Killer Whales are one of the fastest creatures in the ocean, traveling up to 30 miles per hour, and this past Saturday the Newport Hills Killer Whales certainly needed all of their speed to overcome the determined Lake Forest II Dolphins, 673.50-593.50 in South Coast Swim Conference action. Newport Hills was led by their 7-8 girls, 9-10 boys and 13-14 boys in its victory over the Dolphins. All groups won both their medley and freestyle relays, as well as all five individual events within their age groups: for the 7-8 girls that was the 25-yard freestyle, 25 breaststroke, 25 butterfly, 25 backstroke and 50 free, while for the 9-10 boys and the 13-14 boys it was the freestyle, breaststroke, fly, back and individual medley.
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By Steve Virgen | June 1, 2009
For a video, click here. For a photo gallery, click here. COSTA MESA — The soccer ball bounced off the foot of a girl named Grace and it floated into the upper right portion of the net. Pure joy followed. Loud cheers from little girls amid gasps from adults were heard as Carden Hall celebrated a championship that could be described as improbable. Yet, on the other hand, it seemed fitting, graceful even, that the Eagles won the girls’ third- and fourth-grade gold division title on penalty kicks against Andersen a year after losing to the Dolphins in a shootout.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | June 1, 2009
For a video, click here. For a photo gallery, click here. COSTA MESA — These two girls’ soccer teams met at a younger age, a different time two years ago. Things sure don’t change whenever Andersen and Pegasus compete for a Daily Pilot Cup gold division championship. The two played Sunday afternoon in another hard-fought match. And Andersen outlasted Pegasus again, winning on penalty kicks, 4-1, after the fifth- and sixth-grade gold division title was tied, 2-2, in regulation.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 31, 2009
For a video, click here. For a photo gallery click here. COSTA MESA — These two girls’ soccer teams met at a younger age, a different time two years ago. Things sure don’t change whenever Andersen and Pegasus compete for a Daily Pilot Cup gold division championship. The two played Sunday afternoon in another hard-fought match. And Andersen outlasted Pegasus again, winning on penalty kicks, 4-1, after the fifth- and sixth-grade gold division title was tied, 2-2, in regulation.
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By Submitted by Caitlin Adams | May 30, 2009
For a video, click here. For a photo gallery, click here. COSTA MESA — It was a tough fight in the gold division quarterfinals for girls’ fifth- and sixth-grade teams at the Daily Pilot Cup. Andersen and Harbor Day, almost perfectly matched teams at the start of the day, pushed each other hard for the whole game but when the dust settled, Andersen pulled through with a 4-2 win. At the start of the game, it looked like Harbor...
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By Tony Lee | May 29, 2009
For a video, click here. For a photo gallery, click here. COSTA MESA — Carden Hall started off the game nearly scoring a goal, but it was Andersen who notched a 2-0 victory at Friday’s fifth- and sixth-grade girls’ gold division game at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. The Dolphins are no strangers to winning at the Daly Pilot Cup. They’re vying for their third straight title in the gold division. Some of the girls on the team played on last year’s Andersen squad that won the championship for a seventh straight time in the girls’ third- and fourth-grade gold division.
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