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June 30, 2006
GROSSE POINTE, Mich. ? Several local competitors had strong finishes in the U.S. Youth Sailing Championships that were completed Wednesday on Lake St. Clair. In the Club 420 class (4.2-meter boats), Chris Barnard and Chris Segerblom, both from Newport Harbor High, finished third with a score of 33. The pair competed in six heats with first-place being awarded one point, second place two and so on. Teams try for the lowest number of points and have their worst finish dropped from their final score.
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February 14, 2008
BOYS’ SOCCER Desert Mirage 4, Sage Hill 0 THERMAL — The Lightning allowed the most goals in a game this season in their wild-card loss of the CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs Wednesday. Sage Hill had never allowed more than two goals this year. The Lightning had also been unbeaten in its previous six matches before facing Desert Mirage. Sage Hill ends its season at 7-7-4.   SURFING Newport Harbor 85, Edison 83 NEWPORT BEACH — The Sailors won the last two heats by one point to score the nonleague victory over Edison (7-2)
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October 1, 2003
Newport Harbor High's surf team ran its Sea View League record to 2-0 on Tuesday morning after beating Mater Dei, 108-60, at the 56th Street break in Newport Beach. Newport captured six of the eight first-place heats and seven of eight second-place positions in waves which were not as powerful as last week. The early heats experienced a few head-high sets, quieting down to knee-high surf. The Sailor boys' shortboard team captured all four team heats.
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July 22, 2003
Aaron Peirsol got off to a fast start at the 2003 World Swimming Championships Monday in Barcelona, Spain setting a meet record in the semifinals of the 100 meter backstroke to earn the top time going into today's finals. The first of three backstroke events in which Peirsol will swim, the 100 meter backstroke final takes place in the evening session of today's competition. His semifinal time of 54.28 is a new World Championships record and puts him at the top of the field heading into the final after earning the No. 3 seed going into the semifinals.
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December 13, 2002
Newport Harbor High's club surfing team, unbeaten in 10 league dual meets, dropped a 77-70 nonleague surfing meet to Edison at 9th Street in very cold , 4- 6-foot surf Thursday morning. It was the first of five nonleague meets leading to the State Meet in March. Newport won two of the four short board heats led by heat winners Geoff Rill and Will Anderson. Second in heats were Matt Doheny and Tommy Holbrook. David Neira, Alex Knost and Joey Head were fourth in heats, and fifth-place efforts were turned in by Nathan Stoneman, Morgan Hill and Erica Hosseini.
LOCAL
February 25, 2009
The Newport Harbor High surf team lost the final three sets and dropped a five-point lead in losing to Edison, 90-78, at Orange Street in Newport Beach Wednesday. The Sailors’ record dropped to 8-2. The boys’ shortboard squad lost, 48-36, as the Sailors managed to win only one of four heats. Blake Davis and Chase Wilson placed first in their heats, as Jared Cassidy placed second and Mark Contreras and Casey Bushong took third in their heats. The girls’ shortboard squad won its heat, 13-8.
NEWS
November 27, 2002
The Sea View League club surfing finals will be held on Tuesday at the 56th Street site in Newport Beach, starting at 6:15 a.m. and running to about noon. The events are short board, long board, body board and girls short/long board. Competing will be Newport Harbor, Calvary Chapel, Mater Dei, Santa Margarita, Laguna Beach and Los Alamitos. Based on performance during the season each team will designate their best six short boarders, two long boarders, two body boarders and two girls.
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By: | October 12, 2005
The Newport Harbor High surf team evened its overall record by losing a close competition to Dana Hills, 86-82, Tuesday morning. This marked the third straight defeat to Dana Hills in the past two years, with the total margin of loss being a mere 15 points. The surfing conditions at Salt Creek were terrific, with continuous sets of overhead waves under warm sunny skies. The boys short board squad evened their season record at 1-1 by sweeping all four heats and outscoring Dana, 47-37.
LOCAL
January 7, 2009
SUNSET BEACH — The Newport Harbor High longboarders swept their event to help lead the surf team to a 77-69 win against Los Alamitos at Anderson Street in Sunset Beach Wednesday morning. Newport Harbor (8-1) trailed, 63-62, before Aaron Cervantes scored a meet-high 6.63 average wave score, good enough to take first place in the longboard event to begin the Sailors’ surge. Cervantes was followed closely by Andy Delorme with a second-place score of 5.50. Taylor Patton’s 5.0 was good enough for third place as the longboard squad won, 15-6, to secure the team win. Newport Harbor’s Shelby Detmers led the girls’ shortboard squad with a first-place finish.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | March 27, 2014
Tattooed shins and a penchant for pedicures prove a Costa Mesa man charged with vandalizing a political campaign sign in 2012 is wrongfully accused, his defense argued at trial Thursday. Steven Charles White, 40, formerly a maintenance worker with the city of Costa Mesa, was charged last year with misdemeanor vandalism for allegedly ripping up a lawn sign advertising candidates in a heated City Council race. Testimony in his jury trial began and concluded Thursday at the Harbor Justice Center in Newport Beach, with the prosecutor and defense focused on exactly who is shown in grainy black-and-white footage ripping up a sign for a slate of candidates.
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By Emily Foxhall | February 28, 2014
Two Newport Beach newcomers are being guaranteed the high quality of life for which the city is known. They already had a great view, and now city officials are making sure the temperature is just right - nothing's too good for these coastal birds. City staff plans to disconnect the lightbulbs on a sports field light at Bonita Creek Park where an osprey nest was built earlier this month . This is being done "out of an abundance of caution," Laura Detweiler, recreation and senior services director for the city, wrote in an email.
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By Jim de Boom | August 5, 2013
During a hot July in Rancho Mirage, Barbara and I took long weekends in Orange County and enjoyed the sun on the beach at the Balboa Bay Club daily. The new club ownership has made some noticeable, positive changes, including eliminating the "guard gate" at the Pacific Coast Highway entrance, remodeling and expanding the Members Grill and eliminating the monthly Resort Fitness Center fee. The new chef at the Members Grill is Grant Lawson, who has developed a new menu, and now members can have their own wine locker.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | July 23, 2013
HUNTINGTON BEACH - About halfway through the second heat of the Women's competition at the Vans US Open of Surfing Tuesday, Courtney Conlogue said a thought crossed her mind as she waited out the surf at the south side of the Huntington Beach Pier. "I had caught a lot of waves up to that point and as I sat there, waiting for the next set, I thought that I should probably pace myself," said the 20-year-old, a 2010 graduate of Sage Hill School. "You definitely want to stay busy out there and give yourself as many chances as you can, and that's what I was doing.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | April 23, 2013
The talking points, debates and wounds of November were made fresh again at City Hall on Tuesday as the City Council explored new directions to create a city charter. Following the general election's sound defeat of the contested document that would have instituted home rule for the city instead of the state's guidelines, a majority of the council members indicated a preference this time around for a committee to go about the charter creation effort. The composition of that committee, as well as the process by which the council would appoint the group's members, faces further discussion and debate.
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | April 10, 2013
Counting the times he's cooked it at home and school, Vince Terusa thinks he's made his shallow-poached Dover sole appetizer at least 50 times. The time that counts is Saturday. This weekend, the Mission Viejo resident and four other Orange Coast College students on the college's Hot Food Team will perform under the judgment of professional chefs at the American Culinary Federation's regional conference in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, where they'll fight for industry prestige. "I guess if you asked your average restaurant chef about it, he or she may not know about it," team manager and coach Bill Barber said.
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By Barry Faulkner | February 20, 2013
IRVINE — UC Irvine has shuffled, sweat and sacrificed all men's basket ball season to foster its reputation as a hard-nosed defensive team that grinds on seemingly every possession. But for a stretch of just more than five minutes, midway through the second half Wednesday night against Pacific, the Anteaters nearly saw that label washed away under an avalanche of three-point baskets. With the score tied, 38-38, UCI made four straight three-pointers and converted six of seven scoring possessions with field goals from beyond the arc to assume a 58-47 lead.
NEWS
By Mike Reicher | September 24, 2012
ORANGE - Keeping alive the hopes of toll lane supporters, the Orange County Transportation Authority board of directors voted Monday to postpone its decision on how to expand the San Diego (405) Freeway between Costa Mesa and Seal Beach. With a 12-4 vote, the board decided to rehear the issue at its Oct. 22 meeting. At Monday's four-hour hearing at OCTA's headquarters on South Main Street, dozens of speakers argued over the competing visions for the chronically congested stretch of freeway.
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By Lauren Williams | September 19, 2012
SANTA ANA - A prosecutor made clear that Robert Alan Lehmann loved his daughter and wanted her to receive the best possible education and treatment for her development disabilities. But that love and concern ultimately fueled a heated battle between him and his ex-wife, whom he stands accused of shooting dead alongside her father in front of his Costa Mesa home, prosecutors asserted in opening statements Wednesday afternoon. Lehmann, 37, is accused of two counts of murder. The charges include sentencing enhancements for lying in wait and for multiple murders.
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September 15, 2012
Costa Mesa firefighters responded to a call Saturday morning when eight junior college athletes reportedly experienced heat exhaustion at Fairview Park. At about 11:43 a.m., six runners at the Orange Coast Cross-Country Classic - hosted by Orange Coast College - were transported to local hospitals for minor heat-related injuries. Two other runners also experienced heat exhaustion but were released after receiving attention at a medical tent at the park, Capt. Chip Dill of the Costa Mesa Fire Dept., said.
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