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December 23, 2002
Sage Hill School was a 59-45 boys basketball winner over El Monte High in the seventh-place game at the Garden Grove Tournament Saturday, improving to 3-7 with the victory. Michael Fitzhugh led the way with 35 points and Kevin Joyce scored 20 points in a game marked by a 36-19 second-half spurt by the Lightning. Sage Hill returns to action Jan. 3, hosting Anaheim-based Rio Contiguo. In high school girls basketball Saturday, Costa Mesa was a forfeit winner over Inglewood in the Artesia Tournament.
SPORTS
September 30, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS CdM 7 7 14 10 - 38 So. El Monte 0 0 0 7 - 7 FIRST QUARTER CdM -- F. Noe 35 blocked punt return, (Albright kick), 7:11. SECOND QUARTER CdM -- Hillgren 25 pass from Alder, (Albright kick), 9:58. THIRD QUARTER CdM -- E. Rask 4 run, (Albright kick), 9:15. CdM -- Hillgren 10 pass from Alder, (Albright)
NEWS
January 4, 2001
Tony Altobelli CORONA DEL MAR - Idean Shahangian has become a scoring machine for the Corona del Mar High boys basketball team and the Sea Kings are enjoys the fruits of his labor. Hanging around the eight-points-per-game zone after 11 contests, the 6-foot-1 senior point guard has averaged a whopping 24 points per game, including 27 Wednesday night in the Sea Kings' 64-46 nonleague win over visiting El Monte. "He's definitely coming around," Corona del Mar Coach Paul Orris said.
NEWS
December 2, 1999
EL MONTE - Kevin Hansen had 29 points to lead visiting Corona del Mar High to a 71-54 nonleague boys basketball win over El Monte in the season opener for the Sea Kings. Alec Hanson had 18 points, while Elliott Patterson added eight points for the Sea Kings, who again travel to take on Mission Viejo Friday at 7 p.m. A strong first quarter was the key for the Sea Kings, as they jumped out to a 23-10 lead and never looked back. Jack Dunbar had 28 points for El Monte (0-2)
NEWS
December 17, 2002
WEATHER Believe it or not, it's raining. so keep the umbrella handy again today. See Page A2 SPORTS Estancia High's boys basketball team ran wild in the first round of the Garden Grove Tournament, to the tune of 81-29 over El Monte. See Page A6 CHRISTMAS WISHES Lists are being made; the checking's still to come. But by now, just about everyone knows what they're asking Santa to bring for Christmas. We're asking that you send your Christmas wishes to us. We'll publish them on our Forum pages on Christmas Eve. Call our Readers Hotline at (949)
NEWS
July 14, 2004
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Monday Casey Jonas Arisohn, 21, Fountain Valley Sunday Jamie Arren Maxfield Isaacs, 28, Costa Mesa Carlos Vasques-Ensastegui, 32, Costa Mesa Kristy Jonette Hahn, 34, Costa Mesa Gerald Scott Pharis, 36, Irvine Nancy Gonzalez, 21, Pomona Saturday Jonathan David Atha, 33, Costa Mesa Enrique Alberto Gomez, 51, Costa Mesa Roberto Veta, 51, Anaheim Juan Carlos Razo, 21, El Monte Robert James Briseno, 23, Huntington Beach Friday Todd Allan Lindberg, 30, Costa Mesa Thursday Ashley Elizabeth Anderson, 24, Costa Mesa Wednesday Raul Gonzalez-Rios, 37, Anaheim NEWPORT BEACH Sunday Alison Nicole McKenzie, 23, Fountain Valley Saturday Jon William Bugos, 48, Fountain Valley Stephen Douglas Hutchins Jr., 35, Newport Beach Jaime Jesus Fuentes, 33, Santa Ana
NEWS
March 26, 2003
BRIEFLY IN THE NEWS Body identified as El Monte swimmer The body of an unidentified man that washed ashore near the Balboa Pier early Monday morning was identified Tuesday as Roy Lee, 18, of El Monte -- the swimmer who disappeared off Huntington Beach on March 14. The exact cause of death is still unknown, pending further tests by the coroner's office. The body was first discovered by a fisherman and then by a restaurant patron Monday morning.
NEWS
December 17, 2002
Barry Faulkner If, as a popular philosophy proposes, the journey takes precedence over the destination, Estancia High's lopsided boys basketball victory Monday wasn't as pleasant as the final score might indicate. "The hardest part about today's game was getting here," Estancia Coach Chris Sorce said after the Eagles' 81-29 first-round pool-play victory over El Monte in the Garden Grove Tournament at Garden Grove High. "Our bus came late, it broke down, we got lost, then, when we got off the bus, we had to wade through puddles and lakes to get into the gym. Guys were worried about their shoes, socks and pants getting wet. The game was an afterthought."
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By Bryce Alderton | March 30, 2013
COSTA MESA - Tanager Park turned into a place for children to ride ponies, pet freshly sheared sheep and gather as many Tootsie Rolls and Starburst as possible Saturday morning, as Torelli Realty hosted its 25th annual Egg-Citement event. This year, Torelli arranged for a 9-year-old llama named Cuzco to join rabbits, turtles, goats and sheep in the petting zoo. Nadia Nessim works on the El Monte farm where Cuzco lives. Nessim said Cuzco was going to be slaughtered, but Ann Ammons purchased him for $190.
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From Times Community News and KTLA-5 reports | February 14, 2012
Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich promised to drive down the price of gasoline and change the culture in Washington during a Southern California fundraising tour that included stops in Newport Beach, Tustin and Pasadena. He emphasized lower gas prices during his Monday night stop at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach, according to an interview with the Orange County Register. "I think we focus on very big ideas like $2-a-gallon gasoline, 4% unemployment, allowing young people to have personal Social Security savings accounts, and we rebuild our momentum," he told the newspaper.
NEWS
By Mona Shadia, mona.shadia@latimes.com | December 17, 2010
COSTA MESA — The city's No. 2 administrator was named city manager on Friday. Tom Hatch, 44, will take over for City Manager Allan Roeder, who announced that he will retire in March after 25 years as city manager and 35 years at City Hall. Hatch has been working as assistant city manager for four and a half years. He previously worked for the cities of El Monte and West Covina. "It's a lifelong dream, and it's a job that I prepared for 23 years for," Hatch said Friday.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | September 29, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — Four interceptions from junior outside linebacker Noah Molnar helped the Corona del Mar High football team overcome a litany of penalty flags Friday for a 22-14 win over South El Monte (0-4). The Sea Kings (2-3), who were looking to stop a three-game losing streak, got a slow start, but came back with extra momentum after scoring near the end of the second quarter to make it a 14-8 ballgame at Newport Harbor Friday night. After accruing a 14-point deficit, the Sea Kings struck when a botched snap sent the ball over punter Rene Flores’ head.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | September 28, 2007
It’s not quite the same as returning to the scene of a crime, but the Corona del Mar High football team has to go back to Newport Harbor’s Davidson Field. It’s the scene where Newport Harbor snatched back the Bell in a 41-7 Battle of the Bay win over the Sea Kings, and tonight, CdM (1-3) is hoping to halt a three-game slide with a win over South El Monte (0-3), at 7. Last week, size was one of the major demons that killed the Sea Kings. This time, Coach Dick Freeman’s major concern is speed, because, according to him, South El Monte has a lot of it. Both starting quarterback Jose Garay and the running backs are very fast runners, and the team brings the same speed on defense, Freeman said.
LOCAL
September 5, 2007
EDITOR?S NOTE : These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Aug. 29 Kenneth Charles Hoffmeyer, 39, Prescott, Ariz. Amanda Eaton Carsten, 21, Costa Mesa Jesse Randall Davis, 27, Newport Beach Thursday Brian Nakea Schock, 27, Newport Beach Kun Rertnitiwong, 29, Costa Mesa Friday Thomas Seaton Gibson, 39, Seal Beach Adam Michael Sharp, 22, Costa Mesa Philip Grenz, 53, Kapaa, Hawaii Kristine Ann Ramsey, 38, Costa Mesa Saturday Dawaun Tyrone Jones, 29, Van Nuys Jason Hunter Clark, 27, Costa Mesa Steven Sean Campregher, 23, Huntington Beach Richard Donald Kurtz, 25, Huntington Beach Enedino Cortes, 22, Santa Ana Sunday Linda Phillips, 44, Costa Mesa Monday Ignacio Vargas, 35, Costa Mesa Simone Antonia Morelli, 21, Huntington Beach ?
SPORTS
September 30, 2006
SCORE BY QUARTERS CdM 7 7 14 10 - 38 So. El Monte 0 0 0 7 - 7 FIRST QUARTER CdM -- F. Noe 35 blocked punt return, (Albright kick), 7:11. SECOND QUARTER CdM -- Hillgren 25 pass from Alder, (Albright kick), 9:58. THIRD QUARTER CdM -- E. Rask 4 run, (Albright kick), 9:15. CdM -- Hillgren 10 pass from Alder, (Albright)
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 30, 2006
SOUTH EL MONTE ? With Corona del Mar High starting quarterback Taylor Hughes out with a sore shoulder, Coach Dick Freeman didn't have to sweat. Backup Hunter Alder had everything under control. Alder threw two first-half touchdown passes to Steven Hillgren, and the Sea Kings also used solid defense to top South El Monte, 38-7, in a nonleague game on Friday night. Alder, a junior, connected on 14 of his 15 passes in the first half. At one point, he completed six in a row. "I came in with confidence," said Alder, who said he had been practicing with the first team all week, but didn't know he would start until the day of the game.
NEWS
By: | September 14, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Sept. 6 Roberta Lorette, 31, Corona del Mar Thursday John Michael Sissoyev, 28, Fullerton Sukki Roy Min, 33, El Monte Sherri Leeann Page, 47, Costa Mesa Saturday Juan Carlos Galan, 23, Santa Ana Liam Patrick O'Halloran, 21, Huntington Beach Hector Ramirez Reyes, 22, Costa Mesa Richard Cordova, 46, Santa Ana Melissa Marie Norton, 21, Costa Mesa Annette Reyes, 24, Costa Mesa Francisco Javier Zamarripa, 21, Fountain Valley Jaime Alberto Garrido-Jimenez, 20, Santa Ana Sunday Domingo Mondragon Acosta, 33, Costa Mesa Monday Pedro Rincon-Bernardo, 28, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Sept.
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