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November 3, 2000
Richard Dunn COSTA MESA - Corona del Mar High's Leslie Damion and Brittany Holland remained undefeated as a doubles team this season with a 6-1, 6-2 victory Thursday over Laguna Beach's Caroline Tucker and Meghan MacGillivray in the finals of the Pacific Coast League girls tennis championships at the Costa Mesa Tennis Center. Damion, a junior who won the PCL doubles title last year with teammate Kristen Griffith, and Holland, a freshman, advanced to the finals with a 6-0, 6-2 semifinal win over Northwood's Gabby Lopez and Andrea Nguyen.
NEWS
September 10, 2003
Year Coach Record 1935 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 1-10 1936 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 6-2 1937 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 7-0-2 1938 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 3-5-1 1939 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 4-4 1940 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 4-3-1 1941 -- Maurice "Red" Guyer 6-1-1 1942 -- Lawrence "Bud" Langley 2-4-1 1943 -- Lawrence "Bud" Langley 4-2 1944 -- Lawrence "Bud" Langley 4-2-1 1945 -- Lawrence "Bud" Langley...
NEWS
September 10, 2003
Mike Sciacca When summer camp got underway, Laguna Beach High football coach Dave Holland took notice of several things. Among the most important observations he made was that although the 2003 Breakers might be a bit inexperienced, talent was abundant. "It's there," Holland said, "It's just untested." Laguna Beach, coming off its first playoff appearance in 15 years, needs to fill in a few holes along both sides of the ball if it hopes to build on the success of its last two teams, which posted a combined 11 victories.
NEWS
June 1, 2005
Sophomore midfielder Brad Evans has been named to the United States under-20 men's national team that will represent the U.S. at the 2005 FIFA World Youth Championship from June 10-July 2 in Holland. Evans is one of 21 players on the roster that includes 10 players currently playing professionally including Freddy Adu and Eddie Gaven, 10 current college players and one player in high school. Evans has played with the team throughout the spring and competed in tournaments in South Korea and Holland.
NEWS
September 4, 2001
A duathlon course is a piece of cake compared to the many trials Kristi Nilles has had to endure to reach her goals. Nilles, a Newport Beach resident for the past nine years, is on the verge of becoming a pro duathlete and she is reaching her quest by competing in the World Long Course Duathlon Championships in Holland, Saturday and Sunday. She will represent the U.S. World Duathlon Team and says she "will make Newport Beach proud in Holland." Originally from Cleveland, Nilles never visioned herself as a runner until she met her husband, Brian, who encouraged her to run and started her with one-mile runs.
NEWS
December 20, 2012
Jack (Koos) Jonas 6/11/1931-12/4/2012 Jack (Jacobus Koos) was born June 11, 1931 in The Hague, the Netherlands to Jacobus (Koos) Jonas and Hendrika (Henny) Neevens-Jonas. Jack was a botanist. He graduated in 1952 from the School of Botanica, Tropical Department, in the Netherlands. He also studied at the Versailles Gardens in Paris, France. After graduating in 1952 at age 20, he left Holland for a sugar plantation, Djati Barang, on the island of Java, Dutch East Indies. While working at Djati Barang, Jack met his future wife, Mary (Rietje)
SPORTS
By By Natalie Venegas | January 3, 2006
greenberg featureCorona del Mar Middle School student, an aspiring goalkeeper, will represent the U.S. at a youth event in Holland. For the past year, Taryn Greenberg begged her parents to let her give up her $10-a-month allowance. She chose to give up one of her free nights for an extra practice session. Instead of hanging out with her television remote control or friends, she chose soccer. She's that athlete who's the first one to start warming up before practices, and the one who's ready for more while everyone else drags their feet off the field after practices.
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By Matt Szabo | December 17, 2013
It's understood what Newport Harbor High girls' soccer coach Larry Draluck means when he calls his Sailors "the stepsisters" of the Battle of the Bay rivalry. Corona del Mar is more talented in most years and also more high-profile, with a handful of Division 1 recruits. "Usually, they are like big-time," Draluck said. But on Tuesday afternoon at CdM, the stepsisters played a beautiful game of "the beautiful game. " Newport Harbor took it to the host Sea Kings, hanging on for a 3-2 upset victory, the Sailors' first in the series in four years.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | September 3, 2013
The Estancia High football team lost several key players and a top assistant in the off-season. Most of the players graduated and one moved out of town. As for the assistant, Coach Mike Bargas said, he just grew tired of coaching and he dealt with medical issues. He doesn't blame the assistant for not coming back to the Eagles. The assistant is the same man who gave Bargas sound advice six years ago. He told Bargas that it was time for Bargas to become a head coach. That man was Dave Holland.
NEWS
December 20, 2012
Jack (Koos) Jonas 6/11/1931-12/4/2012 Jack (Jacobus Koos) was born June 11, 1931 in The Hague, the Netherlands to Jacobus (Koos) Jonas and Hendrika (Henny) Neevens-Jonas. Jack was a botanist. He graduated in 1952 from the School of Botanica, Tropical Department, in the Netherlands. He also studied at the Versailles Gardens in Paris, France. After graduating in 1952 at age 20, he left Holland for a sugar plantation, Djati Barang, on the island of Java, Dutch East Indies. While working at Djati Barang, Jack met his future wife, Mary (Rietje)
NEWS
By Lauren Williams | April 30, 2012
Like all standoffs, the showdown between shipwright Dennis Holland and the city of Newport Beach ended with someone flinching. In this case, the conclusion came none too late before a trial was scheduled Monday. Instead of beginning jury selection, Orange County Superior Court Judge Gregory Munoz signed off on a settlement between Holland and the city that allows Holland to keep his dismantled 1916 ketch, Shawnee, as long as it's away from public view in the backyard of his West Bay home on Holiday Road.
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By Mike Reicher | April 28, 2012
Newport Beach officials and shipwright Dennis Holland came to an agreement Friday that, if approved by a judge, will allow him to keep restoring his 1916 wooden ship at his West Bay home. As long as Holland moves the Shawnee out of public view and follows the city's construction laws, he can rebuild the vintage ketch there, according to a statement by the city attorney's office. The agreement may end a protracted legal battle between Holland, the city and neighbors who contend the restoration has no place on their block.
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By Jenny Stockdale, Special to the Daily Pilot | March 24, 2012
Dressed in festive pirate regalia, more than a dozen protesters rallied Saturday afternoon below the Ferris wheel at Balboa Fun Zone, supporting the side yard boat restoration project of Newport Beach shipwright Dennis Holland. Holding pirate flags and picket signs while chanting "Save The Shawnee," the protesters - some coming from hundreds of miles away - attracted the attention of the bustling Saturday crowd, just in front of the ferry to Balboa Island. Waving signage stating "Don't let mediocre minds destroy a great ship" and "Screwing someone legally is still wrong," the group collectively cited The Shawnee's historical significance as their reason for protesting the ordinance that requires Holland to move the boat off his property.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | November 11, 2009
The Newport Beach City Council on Tuesday gave a local ship builder six months to remove from his yard an antique, 72-foot sailing ship that his neighbors have labeled as an eyesore. “I just wish they would leave me alone and let me finish my boat,” said master shipwright Dennis Holland in an interview before the council meeting. Holland said he was too emotional to attend the hearing, choosing instead to watch it at home on television. The shipbuilder saved Shawnee, a 1916 ketch, from sinking in Newport Harbor three years ago. The boat sailed from Southern California to Tahiti in the first Tahiti race in 1925.
FEATURES
June 5, 2008
Corona del Mar High senior second baseman Kevin Holland came away with first-team, All-Pacific Coast League honors. Holland, making the first team for the first time, hit .319 with 14 runs batted in, second best on the team. Holland had five doubles, the team’s only triple, scored 12 runs, and stole nine of 10 bases. He had a .909 fielding percentage. The Sea Kings (9-16, 4-8 in league, fourth place) had three players receiving second-team honors, junior third baseman Danny Moskovits, junior center fielder John Doering and junior pitcher/first baseman Matt Morris.
SPORTS
By Soraya Nadia McDonald | November 29, 2007
Former Corona del Mar High football coach Dave Holland is expected to join the Estancia coaching staff, the school’s principal, Phil D’Agostino, told the Daily Pilot Wednesday. The longtime CdM and Laguna Beach coach just finished his second season as defensive coordinator at Long Beach Wilson. He will be the Eagles’ defensive coordinator on head coach Mike Bargas’ staff of seven. Bargas was defensive coordinator in 2007, his first year at Estancia.
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