March 28, 2014
Two of Costa Mesa resident Sue Lester's dishes broke and a vase tipped over during Friday evening's earthquake, and when she went in her bedroom, she noticed that all her hanging clothes had fallen on the floor. "I'm good," the former council candidate wrote on her Facebook page. "I don't actually mind earthquakes, but I'm bummed my stuff broke. The dogs slept right through it!" According to L.A. Now, the U.S. Geological Survey said the magnitude 5.1 earthquake occurred at 9:09 p.m. one mile from La Habra.
March 8, 2014
MISSION VIEJO — Connor Seabold, bound for Cal State Fullerton, pitched a complete-game, two-hitter with three strikeouts and one walk to lead Newport Harbor High's baseball team to a 4-0 win over Mission Viejo in the Foothill Pool of the Newport Elks Tournament Saturday. Seabold also had two hits. Logan Mahaffy produced two hits and two runs batted in. Jake Norton and Shaun Vetrovec contributing a double each for Newport Harbor (2-0). The Sailors play at Northwood Monday at 3 p.m. BOYS' TENNIS Sage Hill Invitational Newport Harbor beat Woodbridge, 7-2, and Sage Hill, 6-3, to win the invitational Saturday at the Tennis Club Newport Beach.
November 29, 2013
Newport Harbor (7-5) vs. Fullerton (10-2) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at Davidson Field Key Sailors: Sr. WR-CB-KR-PR Quest Truxton (69 catches for 1,182 yards and 16 TDs, two INTs returned for TDs); Jr. QB Cole Norris (2,546 yards, 23 TDs and six INTs on 188 of 323 passing); Sr. OT-DT Ramsey Hufford Key Indians: Sr. QB Scott Lloyd (2,484 yards, 31 TDs and four INTs on 161 of 267 passing, 752 yards and 11 TDs on 112 carries); Sr. WR James Hubbard (60 catches for 1,086 yards and 14 TDs)
November 29, 2013
Prior to the playoffs, Cole Norris received a text. The quarterback guru Norris works out with outside of Newport Harbor High sent him a message. Norris isn't one to look past an opponent, but he made sure to save that text from Steve Calhoun. He believed the information in that text might come in handy if the Sailors won at Dana Hills in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs. "If we beat Dana Hills, he knew we would have to face La Habra next," Norris says of Calhoun, who as the offensive coordinator at Buena Park is familiar with La Habra as both teams are in the Freeway League.
November 27, 2013
NEWPORT HARBOR •A record day turned in by both junior quarterback Cole Norris and senior wide receiver Quest Truxton saved Newport Harbor High's season last week. Norris passed for 474 yards and five touchdowns, both Newport Harbor single-game school records, and Truxton caught 14 passes for 233 yards and four touchdowns, all three are Newport Harbor single-game records. The duo led the Sailors to a 49-48 upset of top-seeded La Habra in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs at Davidson Field.
November 20, 2013
NEWPORT HARBOR •For the first time since the 2004-05 seasons, Newport Harbor High has won back-to-back opening-round games in the CIF Southern Section playoffs. The Sailors traveled to Dana Hills and prevailed in the Southwest Division first-round game, 32-13, last week. Newport Harbor (6-5) advanced to the quarterfinals to play host to La Habra (10-1) on Friday at 7 p.m. Coach Jeff Brinkley, who improved to 16-6 in playoff openers in his 28 years with the Sailors, is glad Newport Harbor gets to play at Davidson Field next.
March 3, 2013
LA JOLLA - The Corona del Mar High boys' tennis team won the La Jolla Country Day School Invitational Saturday. In the final, CdM played its best tennis defeating Harvard-Westlake, 7-2. CdM defeated La Jolla, 9-0, and Cathedral Catholic, 9-0, on Friday. CdM beat a strong Torrey Pines team 7-2 in the semifinals. The format of three doubles sets and six singles showcased CdM's depth. Alec Adamson went undefeated in singles and doubles and teamed with Carson Williams. Chaz Downing and Josh Kliger played great doubles in the semifinal and final matches.
December 8, 2009
Submitted by Dan Pittman Don Lewis, president of the Board of Directors of Community SeniorServ, which serves Costa Mesa and is the state’s largest safety net non-profit agency providing social, nutrition and health services to older adults and their families, announced today that its Chief Executive Officer Randy A. Platt will be leaving the organization in January of 2010. Lewis said that the Board’s executive committee is actively seeking a fulltime replacement for Platt, who will be joining Silverado Senior Living, a nationally recognized healthcare company, to lead its Hospice and At Home divisions.