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By Joseph Serna | January 26, 2010
Editor's note:  This corrects an earlier version. Newport Beach millionaire Don Haidl, the former assistant sheriff who helped authorities take down former Orange County Sheriff Mike Carona last year, will avoid jail time but will have to do a “heavy dose” of community service along with paying a fine for lying on his 2002 taxes, a federal judge said Monday. Federal Judge Andrew J. Guilford delayed Haidl’s sentencing after telling the U.S. attorney’s office that he wasn’t satisfied with Haidl just paying a fine and getting probation.
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SPORTS
February 12, 2007
A number of former Orange Coast College football players are firming up arrangements to continue their career at four-year schools, Pirates Coach Mike Taylor said. Chris Assily, a first-team All-Mission Conference National Division safety who was also named all-state by the California Community College Football Coaches Assn., has committed to continue at San Jose State, Taylor said. Receiver Damola Adeniji (Oregon State), quarterback Kekoa Crowell (Montana Western) and defensive back Andrew Fuller (Portland State)
SPORTS
November 7, 2007
GIRLS’ TENNIS Newport Harbor 12, Glendale 6 GLENDALE — The Sailors won eight of nine in doubles in a wild-card match of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs Tuesday at Glendale. The Sailors’ doubles team of seniors Alex McIntosh and Alli Shea took all three of their matches, winning 6-3, 6-1, 6-1. Newport’s No. 2 doubles team of senior Brittany Sowers and junior Natalie Small also swept without dropping a game. Newport senior Emily Gelbaum played to a 3-4 score before having to retire from the match due to injury, but substitute Rebecca Arnold filled in nicely, winning both of her matches, 6-2, 6-2. Newport Harbor (15-5)
SPORTS
By Tom Sheridan | November 12, 2006
COSTA MESA ? Orange Coast College coach Mike Taylor knew it wouldn't be easy holding onto the Bell for a third straight year. "When these two teams get together you can throw records out the window," Taylor said after Golden West pulled off a 20-13 upset over its rival Saturday. Records were thrown out indeed, as 2-8 Golden West shocked the 7-3 Pirates in a Mission Conference National Division finale. With 3:20 remaining, Golden West quarterback Les Obie found Dan Delahoussaye for an 80-yard strike that gave the Rustlers (1-4 in division)
SPORTS
October 31, 2012
NEWPORT BEACH - The senior doubles teams of Megan Bathen and Kaitlyn Cosenza, as well as Kelsey Christensen and Lexi DeSantis, each swept to lead the Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team to a 14-4 win over Louisville in a CIF Southern Section Division 1 first-round playoff match Wednesday at Newport Harbor High. Kate Knight, McKenna Johnson and Baylee Bakkila each won two of three singles sets for the Sailors (15-5). Newport Harbor won the coin flip and will play host to No. 2-seeded Dana Hills at 2 p.m. Friday in the second round.
NEWS
By Jim de Boom | April 12, 2011
The following students at local high schools have been selected to serve as delegates at the 2011 Girls State Conference this summer at Claremont-McKenna College: Emily Knight, Corona del Mar High School; Caitlyn Brock and Raquel Friedmann, Costa Mesa High School; Parisa Esfahani, Estancia High School; Johanna Lee and Trish Nguyen, Irvine High School; Tori Schmitt and Kimberly Watanabe, Newport Harbor High School; Adelina Pak and Rini Sampath, Northwood...
NEWS
August 29, 2000
1 Andy Romo, WR-DB, 6-2, 185, Sr. '99 all-league 2 Shane McGuire, RB-DB, 5-9, 145, Jr. Newcomer 3 Freddy Rodriguez, WR-DB, 6-1, 190, Jr. '99 starter 4 Mitch Valdes, RB-DB, 5-4, 130, Jr. '99 letterman 5 Kyle Casillas, QB-OLB, 5-10, 165, So. Up from frosh 6 Louis Valdes, RB-DB, 5-6, 135, So. Up from frosh 7 A.J. Perkins, QB-CB, 5-10, 165, Jr. '99 letterman 8 Jeremy Valdes, TB-SS, 5-9, 165, Sr. '99 starter ...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jack Salisbury | July 12, 2008
Ferris wheels, roller coasters, carnival booths and petting zoos. They’re your typical attractions for any fair, and they were certainly in their usual place for Friday’s opening of the Orange County Fair, which runs until Aug. 3. But for many fairgoers, the greatest attraction was much more basic. “I think they did a great job here,” Janet Sanders of Seal Beach said. “And I do love that they have every junk food under the sun. Unlike the Democratic National Convention, you can get fried Twinkies here,” Sanders said, referring to the ban on fried foods at the Democratic National Convention this year.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 15, 2006
TORRANCE ? With the start of Mission Conference National Division play, the margin for error narrowed for the Orange Coast College football team Saturday at El Camino College. But, unfortunately for the Pirates, their propensity for turnovers increased beyond any manageable degree. The result was a 31-17 loss to El Camino (5-1, 1-0 in the National Division), that will leave the Pirates (5-1, 0-1) trudging uphill in their battle for the division title. OCC, ranked No. 4 in Southern California, rallied to take a 10-7 halftime lead, after the Pirates' defense, ranked No. 1 in the 12-team conference, surrendered its first points in the opening quarter all season.
NEWS
July 28, 2001
EL TORO'S THE TOPIC: From the halls of Irvine to the shores of Newport Beach, the Marines are coming to do battle in a debate over the proposed El Toro airport. The event, an Aug. 16 luncheon at the Irvine Marriott, is sponsored by the Newport Irvine Rotary Club, said Bob Ramsay, program chair. Art Bloomer, former commanding general of the El Toro Marine Base, represents the Orange County Regional Airport Authority, supporters of the airport plan.
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