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By Matt Szabo | February 7, 2013
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA - The regular season really was anything but regular for the Corona del Mar High girls' water polo team. The Sea Kings were ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division 1 to start the year, and they opened in December with big wins on the road at Dos Pueblos and Santa Barbara while missing three senior starters. Some called them the team to beat. But they struggled to find consistency in January, after their Greek transfers, Stephania and Ioanna Haralabidis, were cleared to play.
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By Jim De Boom | January 15, 2013
Julie Clayton, a mother of a Newport Harbor High School water polo player, reported that a number of the boys' water polo team members took advantage of one of their only breaks from practice this holiday to volunteer their time at the Someone Cares Soup Kitchen in Costa Mesa. The boys woke up early on a Saturday morning to combine their efforts with those of other volunteers to provide a breakfast for many of the area's needy. The boys helped in setting up, cooking, serving, cleaning up and in performing other general maintenance needed to keep the kitchen going.
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By Len Bose | January 10, 2013
I am sure there are many harbor users who are still rather bunched up about the recent tidelands permit increases. So let me take a few minutes to shed some light on your eelgrass and explain your options on dredging your slips. You might just come away feeling a little better how your money in the tidelands fund is being spent. Last year, the Regional General Permit 54, which allows residents to dredge, was allowed to expire. This kept residents from being able to dredge their slips for more than a year.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | December 5, 2012
About 150 Corona del Mar Middle School students got a chance to play Santa on Wednesday at the Veterans Administration in Long Beach. They handed out gifts with hand-written cards, feasted on a donated Christmas dinner and put on a variety show in the VA's packed community room. "It's really nice to have a chance to serve them because they served us so much," said eighth-grader Sarah Lawson. CdM has a long-lasting relationship with the hospital, putting on the Christmas party for 34 years under the steady hands of Kathy and Jim Roberts, whose children have long since graduated.
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By Bradley Zint | November 28, 2012
He was the Newport-Mesa doctor known for his old-fashioned flair, a hometown feel to his craft, compassion for his patients and a twinkle in his eye. Dr. Dudley A. Pfaff, a longtime Newport Beach resident, 41-year physician and team doctor to local sports teams — including for Costa Mesa, Estancia, Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar high schools — died Nov. 21. He was 86. Pfaff, aka "Dr. Dud" and the "jock doc," was born and raised in...
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By Britney Barnes | October 20, 2012
LOS ANGELES - The pre-game excitement before a college football game - where throngs of people are dressed in school colors, barbecuing and having a good time - is enough to get anyone energized. But for about two-dozen Costa Mesa sixth-grade students, just being on a university campus, let alone the pre-football game revelry, was an eye opener. "Everywhere I've been has been awesome," said Andrea Rubalcava on Saturday at the University of Southern California campus, just before the Trojans faced Colorado at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 13, 2012
Cayman Carter said he would never forget how it felt to rush the football field after Corona del Mar High last won the Battle of the Bay. It happened six years ago, when Carter was a sixth-grader. It hasn't happened since, CdM beating rival Newport Harbor. Carter can help change that Friday night as the Sea Kings travel to Newport Harbor to play at 7. The field is the same one Carter charged as a middle school student. "Any time CdM beats Harbor, it's a pretty big win," said Carter, who's well aware of Newport Harbor's dominance, a 37-13 record, in the series.
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By Lauren Williams | September 13, 2012
SANTA ANA — A Costa Mesa woman whose SUV plowed into a 17-year-old student outside of Newport Harbor High School shortly after classes let out pleaded guilty Thursday to felony driving under the influence and causing the wreck. Marnie Jo Lippincott, 39, entered the plea in Orange County Superior Court. The charges included enhancements for causing great bodily injury or paralysis, as well as a misdemeanor for driving with a suspended license. Lippincott was driving her black Chevy Tahoe on Dec. 6 when she hit Crystal Morales, who was crossing Margaret Drive in a crosswalk near of the school.
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By Britney Barnes | September 5, 2012
Two UC Irvine associate professors have laid the foundation for a treatment that could help people who are paralyzed by spinal cord injuries. Aileen Anderson and Brian Cummings developed a stem cell treatment in collaboration with Northern California-based StemCells Inc. that is being used in clinical trials in Switzerland. The treatment has resulted in the world's first case of patients regaining some feeling, according to UCI. "We think this really bodes well for the next stage of the trial," Anderson said.
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By Bryce Alderton | July 21, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - This week is becoming quite memorable for Stewart Hagestad. The 21-year-old Big Canyon Country Club member qualified for his fourth United States Amateur championship at the Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda, Mont., on Monday. Then Saturday at his home course he shot a three-under-par 69 to move into second place after 54 holes of the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur championship. Hagestad, playing the SCGA Amateur for the first time, is four-under (70-73-69 - 212)
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