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NEWS
March 1, 2001
The Newport-Mesa Rockets, a National Junior Basketball Division 3 team, opened playoff action with a 39-37 overtime win against Huntington Beach. Michael Helfrich led the offense with 22 points, while Fletcher Della Grotta and Jack Yeager controlled the rebounding and added key points. Randall Nelson sparked the offense with key assists, while Tommy Stevens made the game's key defensive stop. In other NJB action: The Newport-Mesa sixth grade team took care of Villa Park, 45-27.
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NEWS
March 23, 2000
Tony Altobelli CORONA DEL MAR - It's just one step in a journey toward the CIF Southern Section and State Championships, but for Corona del Mar High's boys volleyball team, a 15-8, 15-0, 15-10 win over visiting Huntington Beach was definitely a step in the right direction. "Our guys were getting a little frustrated," Conti said. "But I kept telling them that it's not how we play now, it's how we play come playoff time. Tonight, we played pretty well."
FEATURES
December 29, 2009
James Owen Sullivan, the drummer for the Huntington Beach-based band Avenged Sevenfold who was otherwise known as Jimmy “The Rev” Sullivan, was found dead in his home Monday morning. Sullivan, 28, was found unresponsive in his Huntington Beach home and pronounced dead at 11 a.m. Monday, authorities said. Avenge Sevenfold’s remaining members issued a statement on their website early Tuesday morning announcing Sullivan’s death. “It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we tell you of the passing today of Jimmy ‘The Rev’ Sullivan,” the statement said.
SPORTS
April 24, 2008
HUNTINGTON BEACH — When Chris Ramsey moved his family to Newport Coast from Greenwich, Conn. last year he definitely had the right idea. That’s because he knew USA Water Polo was moving, too, ready to make history. It took a year, but Wednesday, USA Water Polo formally announced that it will base operations in Huntington Beach, marking the first time in the history of the Olympic movement that a U.S. Olympic National Governing Body will locate its national headquarters in California.
FEATURES
By Purnima Mudnal | September 26, 2006
A 16-year-old girl died after she and her friend were struck by a pick-up truck driven by a Newport Beach man at the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and 6th Street in Huntington Beach at 8.30 p.m. Monday, according to police officers. Heather Stamm, a Huntington Beach resident, was taken to Hoag Hospital where she later died, according to the Orange County coroner’s office and Lt. Dave Bunetta. Christopher Hulett, 27, of Newport Beach, was traveling west on PCH when he struck the teenage girl and her friend Nathan Koontz as they were walking north across PCH at 6th Street, Bunetta said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 16, 2006
COSTA MESA — For the first 24 minutes, the Costa Mesa High football team was engaged in a dogfight against Huntington Beach on Friday night at Orange Coast College. Even as the Oilers (3-0) piled on points in the second half, Costa Mesa Coach Jeremy Osso walked away encouraged, shrugging off the eventual 41-7 loss that dropped the Mustangs to 0-3. "I don't think the score indicates how good of a game we played tonight," Osso said. "One of their touchdowns came with a minute left, two were big runs and two were set up by us. I think this is a huge turning point for our team, that now our guys realize they can hang with the big boys."
LOCAL
By Steve Virgen | November 27, 2009
While the Newport Harbor High girls’ volleyball team went through warm-up drills last week at Cypress College, several Los Alamitos fans heckled the players. With the Newport Harbor boys’ water polo team playing for the CIF Southern Section Division I title in Irvine, the Sailors’ fans were split between the two spots Saturday night. It was clear that Los Al’s following outmanned Newport Harbor’s early on at Cypress College. Coach Dan Glenn used the teasing as motivation for his players.
BUSINESS
By Michael Miller | August 20, 2007
Cheryl Newton has visited people in the hospital for years, both as a volunteer at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and through her church. A few months ago, she realized an occasional visit didn't cut it for some people. First, the Huntington Beach resident met a woman at a nursing home who suffered from dementia and who had fallen twice trying to get out of bed — breaking her arm the first time, her hip the second time, in part because the home lacked enough staff to look after her. Soon after, a 90-year-old member of Newton's family fell while trimming a tree in his front yard, and had to call for a neighbor to take him to the emergency room.
LOCAL
By Matt Szabo | November 5, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Lauren Grupe dodged the defender flying at her at the top of the circle. Then, she let one fly, and a split-second later it found the back of the net. It was only late in the first half, but the Newport Harbor High field hockey team had all the scoring it would need. The defense did the rest as the Sailors repeated as winners of the Los Angeles Field Hockey Assn. Tournament of Champions, 1-0 over Huntington Beach at Edison High. The Oilers pushed back in the second half, earning four penalty short corners.
NEWS
December 8, 2001
CORONA DEL MAR - The Corona del Mar High boys soccer team was outscored, 2-0, in the second half and lost to visiting Huntington Beach, 4-2, in nonleague action Friday. CdM sophomore Chris Ringstrom scored off an assist from senior captain Andy Almquist to tie the game, 1-1, in the 20th minute. Almquist then provided the go-ahead goal with his header after senior Shogo Fuji's corner kick just before halftime. But the Oilers (2-3) shut out the Sea Kings (2-2)
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