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March 18, 2000
INDIAN WELLS - Another clash of the world's top two women's tennis players will take place Sunday in the Tennis Masters Series of Indian Wells. Newport Beach's Lindsay Davenport will do battle with with top-seeded Martina Hingis of Switzerland, a match that seems to suit Davenport just fine. Davenport has defeated Hingis the past four meetings and the past seven of nine matches, including the Australian Open. Hingis knocked off Mary Pierce of the United States, 6-4, 6-2, Friday, while Davenport disposed of Russia's Elena Dementieva, 6-2, 6-1, on Thursday.
NEWS
August 3, 2007
John R. Musch, 67, of Indian Wells, CA. passed away peacefully at home on Aug. 1 following a long and courageous battle with prostate cancer. His loving and longtime companion, Sharlene Stanley, was at his side. A native of Muskegon, MI. John moved to Orange County in 1962 and founded J. Musch and Associates, an advertising firm. John was a kind and generous man who lived life to the fullest and enjoyed sports, especially golf. John is survived by sisters Nella Boeve (Norman) and Marva DeVries, brothers Jack (Grace)
SPORTS
April 24, 2014
SOFTBALL Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament IRVINE — No. 4-seeded Vanguard University defeated No, 5-seeded Hope International, 7-0, in the first game Friday morning, then fell, 3-2, to top-seeded Concordia in the double-elimination format at Concordia. Breanne Gomez went two for four with a home run and three runs batted in against Hope, against which Shelby Kuryllo homered and had two RBIs. Taylor Wilson, Brittney Boggs, Haley Croce and Summer Penner all had two hits for the Lions, for whom Rachel Stalford pitched a complete-game, four-hit shutout to improve to 17-5.
NEWS
October 13, 2009
California Republicans last weekend held their state convention in Indian Wells. One of the story lines was how Arnold Schwarzenegger, as a Republican governor, has disappointed many of his fellow GOP members in California. Do you agree that Schwarzenegger has let the party down during his time in office? And which of the three likely candidates for the 2010 gubernatorial race who were unveiled at Indian Wells most closely fits your own definition of what it means to be a Republican: former EBay Chief Executive Meg Whitman, state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, or former Congressman Tom Campbell?
NEWS
April 24, 2004
TODAY Baseball College -- Westmont at Vanguard (doubleheader), noon; University of the Pacific at UC Irvine, 1 p.m. Softball High school -- Corona del Mar vs. Connelly in Garden Grove tournament, 9 a.m.; vs. St. Matthias, 1 p.m. Swimming High school boys and girls -- Newport Harbor at Palm Springs tournament. Tennis College men and women -- UC Irvine at Big West championships at Indian Wells. Track and field High school boys and girls -- Newport Harbor, Corona del Mar, Costa Mesa, Estancia and Sage Hill at Orange County championships at Trabuco Hills, 8:30 a.m. Volleyball College men -- UC Irvine at BYU in MPSF championships, 6 p.m. High school boys -- Newport Harbor, Estancia and Corona del Mar at Santa Barbara Tournament of Champions.
SPORTS
April 17, 2014
WOMEN'S WATER POLO UC Irvine 10, Long Beach State 7 The host Anteaters clinched their third straight Big West Conference regular-season championship behind four goals from Danielle Warde and eight saves from Jillian Yocum on Thursday. No. 6-ranked UCI (21-7, 5-0 in conference) has now won five Big West regular-season crowns. The 'Eaters led, 3-1, after the first period and were not outscored in any of the three remaining quarters. No. 10-ranked Long Beach State fell to 18-10, 2-3. UCI finishes the regular season Friday at 7 p.m. against No. 12 Loyola Marymount at Anteater Aquatics Complex.
NEWS
June 29, 2002
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Petersen of Corona del Mar announce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy Petersen of Corona del Mar, to Daryl Tusa of Long Beach. The bride-elect graduated from Corona del Mar High School and UC Santa Barbara. The future bridegroom, son of Mr. Vito Tusa and the late Dorothy Tusa of Arcadia, graduated from Arcadia High School and Cal Poly Pomona. A Nov. 16 wedding is planned at the Vintage Club in Indian Wells. Cochran-Mills Karen and John Cochran of Newport Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelly Ann Cochran of Irvine, to Jeffrey McCleod Mills of Newport Beach.
NEWS
April 25, 2005
The top-seeded UC Irvine men's tennis team took home the Big West Conference championship Sunday with a 4-3 victory over No. 2-seeded University of the Pacific in the title match at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. It's the first conference title since 1993 for the Anteaters, who split their six singles matches, but won twice in doubles to claim the decisive doubles point. Brian Morton, a Corona del Mar High product, teamed with Rye Kashiwabara to defeat Arnar Sigursdsson and Vladamir Zdravkovic, 8-5, at No. 1 doubles, while UCI's No. 3 doubles tandem of Victor Lamm and Peter Surapol won, 8-4. Lamm defeated Niclas Otte, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3, at No. 3 singles; UCI's Olof Sjolund bested No. 5 singles foe Alan Kelly, 7-6, 6-0; and UCI's Mustafa Ulukan earned a 6-1, 6-2 win at No. 6 singles.
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April 24, 2014
SOFTBALL Golden State Athletic Conference Tournament IRVINE — No. 4-seeded Vanguard University defeated No, 5-seeded Hope International, 7-0, in the first game Friday morning, then fell, 3-2, to top-seeded Concordia in the double-elimination format at Concordia. Breanne Gomez went two for four with a home run and three runs batted in against Hope, against which Shelby Kuryllo homered and had two RBIs. Taylor Wilson, Brittney Boggs, Haley Croce and Summer Penner all had two hits for the Lions, for whom Rachel Stalford pitched a complete-game, four-hit shutout to improve to 17-5.
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SPORTS
April 17, 2014
WOMEN'S WATER POLO UC Irvine 10, Long Beach State 7 The host Anteaters clinched their third straight Big West Conference regular-season championship behind four goals from Danielle Warde and eight saves from Jillian Yocum on Thursday. No. 6-ranked UCI (21-7, 5-0 in conference) has now won five Big West regular-season crowns. The 'Eaters led, 3-1, after the first period and were not outscored in any of the three remaining quarters. No. 10-ranked Long Beach State fell to 18-10, 2-3. UCI finishes the regular season Friday at 7 p.m. against No. 12 Loyola Marymount at Anteater Aquatics Complex.
SPORTS
April 27, 2013
WOMEN'S WATER POLO UC Irvine 7, San Diego State 5 IRVINE - The No. 2-seeded Anteaters advanced to Sunday's Big West Conference Tournament final behind 13 saves from Jillian Yocum and two goals apiece from Michaela Pierandozzi and McKenna Mitchell on Saturday at UCI. UCI (21-8), which shared the conference regular-season crown with Hawaii (20-9), will meet the top-seeded Rainbow Wahine Sunday at 4:15 p.m. Hawaii defeated Long Beach State, 10-5, in the other semifinal Saturday.
SPORTS
April 13, 2013
MEN'S TENNIS Vanguard 5, Westmont 2 INDIAN WELLS - Freshman Stefan Kilchhofer won in No. 1 singles and in No. 1 doubles with Roger Muri, helping the top-seeded Lions win the Golden State Athletic Conference tournament championship at Indian Wells Tennis Garden on Friday. Kilchhofer defeated Westmont's Tim Goranson, 6-4, 6-0. He and Muri beat Westmont's Tim Goranson and John Bertram, 8-3, in doubles action. Muri won in No. 2 singles as well for Vanguard (21-0), ranked No. 3 in the NAIA.
SPORTS
April 5, 2013
MEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. Palomar COSTA MESA - Johannes Brink had a match-high 23 kills as the Pirates won the Pacific Coast Conference match, 22-25, 25-22, 25-22, 25-21, on Friday night. Cody Martin added 12 kills for OCC (10-5, 6-3 in conference), and Austin Bagby had 10. Scott Enos had a team-high eight digs, and Brendan Duff dished out 45 assists. Nick Supple led Palomar (2-14, 1-8) with 10 kills. OCC plays at Grossmont on Wednesday. * MEN'S TENNIS Vanguard 9, Arizona Christian 0 COSTA MESA - Stefan Kilchhofer and Daymon Johnson each won in singles and combined to win at No. 1 doubles for the Lions in Friday's Golden State Athletic Conference match at Costa Mesa Tennis Center.
NEWS
October 13, 2009
California Republicans last weekend held their state convention in Indian Wells. One of the story lines was how Arnold Schwarzenegger, as a Republican governor, has disappointed many of his fellow GOP members in California. Do you agree that Schwarzenegger has let the party down during his time in office? And which of the three likely candidates for the 2010 gubernatorial race who were unveiled at Indian Wells most closely fits your own definition of what it means to be a Republican: former EBay Chief Executive Meg Whitman, state Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, or former Congressman Tom Campbell?
NEWS
August 3, 2007
John R. Musch, 67, of Indian Wells, CA. passed away peacefully at home on Aug. 1 following a long and courageous battle with prostate cancer. His loving and longtime companion, Sharlene Stanley, was at his side. A native of Muskegon, MI. John moved to Orange County in 1962 and founded J. Musch and Associates, an advertising firm. John was a kind and generous man who lived life to the fullest and enjoyed sports, especially golf. John is survived by sisters Nella Boeve (Norman) and Marva DeVries, brothers Jack (Grace)
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | April 28, 2007
The UC Irvine men's tennis team enters today's 9 a.m. semifinal of the Big West Conference Championship — against UC Santa Barbara at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden — with a golden opportunity to seize success. The Anteaters' senior No. 1 singles player, Aaron Yovan, knows all about such a proposition. Yovan, who starred at University High in Irvine, transferred from UCLA for his senior season and, first-year UCI Coach Trevor Kronemann said, he has made the most of his fresh start and last chance as a collegian.
NEWS
April 25, 2005
The top-seeded UC Irvine men's tennis team took home the Big West Conference championship Sunday with a 4-3 victory over No. 2-seeded University of the Pacific in the title match at the Indian Wells Tennis Garden. It's the first conference title since 1993 for the Anteaters, who split their six singles matches, but won twice in doubles to claim the decisive doubles point. Brian Morton, a Corona del Mar High product, teamed with Rye Kashiwabara to defeat Arnar Sigursdsson and Vladamir Zdravkovic, 8-5, at No. 1 doubles, while UCI's No. 3 doubles tandem of Victor Lamm and Peter Surapol won, 8-4. Lamm defeated Niclas Otte, 6-3, 1-6, 6-3, at No. 3 singles; UCI's Olof Sjolund bested No. 5 singles foe Alan Kelly, 7-6, 6-0; and UCI's Mustafa Ulukan earned a 6-1, 6-2 win at No. 6 singles.
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