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NEWS
August 2, 2001
COSTA MESA - Nine former Orange Coast College men's volleyball players have finalized their transfer plans, Pirates Coach Chuck Cutenese said. Seven of the players finished their OCC careers this spring and two sophomores from the 2000 squad are also moving on. Ryan Owens, who earned second-team, All-Orange Empire Conference status this spring, is headed for USC, while Nick Ptaschinski, Kevin Goff, B.J. Lightvoet and Brad Evans will be teammates at William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri.
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NEWS
June 19, 2007
Dogs will have more time to run and play at Costa Mesa's Bark Park if the City Council votes today to hire a contractor to put in lights for nighttime use. Opened in 1994 at TeWinkle Park, the Bark Park has been one of the city's most popular public facilities, rivaled only by the adjacent skate park that opened in 2005. The council put money for Bark Park lighting in the current year's budget, and staff members are recommending the city hire D & J Foothill Electrical Contractors Inc., of La Verne, for the work.
SPORTS
September 6, 2012
GIRLS' TENNIS Newport Harbor 9, Woodbridge 9 Newport wins on games, 75-64 NEWPORT BEACH - Seniors Megan Bathen and Kaitlyn Cosenza swept at No. 1 doubles, 6-1, 6-0, 6-0, to help lead the Sailors to the nonleague win Thursday. Junior Kate Knight won two of three sets at No. 1 singles. Seniors Kelsey Christensen and Lexy DeSantis won two of three sets at No. 2 doubles for Newport Harbor (2-3), which plays in the Sage Hill tournament Friday at The Tennis Club Newport Beach.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | January 2, 2014
Camille Buckley is not a business major at UC Irvine. She just plays one on the basketball court. The Anteaters' senior post is as effusive and effervescent off the court as your average stand-up comedienne. But when it comes time to lace up the hi-tops, there's clearly no time for high jinx. "It has just always been that basketball is business," said Buckley, a fifth-year senior who began playing at age 6 and has virtually devoted her life to the game ever since. "You are coming to work, and do what you can. You do your job, and then you go home.
NEWS
May 6, 2003
Longtime Daily Pilot sports writer Rich Dunn, who has been with the paper for nearly 20 years, has been named the paper's new sports editor. Dunn replaces Roger Carlson, who retired last month after 35 years with the Pilot. "I can't think of a better person to fill Roger Carlson's shoes than Rich Dunn," Pilot Editor Tony Dodero said. "His institutional knowledge of local sports is immeasurable and his enthusiasm and love for the work he does will serve our readers well.
NEWS
October 5, 2000
Barry Faulkner LA VERNE - The Newport Harbor High football team will travel in style for Friday's 7:30 p.m. nonleague road clash with Claremont at Bonita High. And, if the outcome mirrors recent history against competition outside of Orange County, Coach Jeff Brinkley's Sailors will have fun bus ride home. The Tars (3-1 and ranked No. 6 in CIF Southern Section Division VI) have not lost a regular-season game to a team outside the county since a 1980 setback against Long Beach Millikan.
NEWS
July 2, 2002
Looking back, 5 years ago this week: Costa Mesa High Athletic Director Jerry Howell announces that baseball coach Doug Deats has resigned after four years. Deats cites the need to spend more time with family and "explore other areas in life." He guides Mesa to back-to-back playoff appearances in 1995-96, collecting a 42-55 overall record. He sent four players to the college ranks: Jeremy Starns, (Chapman), Matt Broesamle (Concordia), Seth Halvorson (La Verne)
NEWS
July 11, 2000
Danette Goulet NEWPORT-MESA -- Patrick Ryan has dedicated his life to children -- his own and others'. Ryan, 53, the district's new director of special education, set up his office as a veritable shrine to the family he adores. The first things unpacked early Monday morning were pictures of his wife Stephana and his four daughters, Gail, Karen, Katie and Annie. Although his career in education has spanned 29 years, he held off on getting into the administrative side for many years so he would have time to be with his daughters.
NEWS
June 3, 2002
Don Cantrell Almost 60 years ago, Harbor High gridders, like many, were confronted with numerous problems due to World War II, especially transportation to football games. It was not an ordinary war since the entire globe was engulfed with the critical needs and shortages. Many things were rationed like gas, oil, rubber, sugar and meat. The Neth brothers, Bill and Roger, members of the championship '42 grid team, will remember. Outside possibly the two road contests, there were no buses being extended to the gridders.
FEATURES
By Barry Faulkner | February 1, 2008
For the first time in the new millennium, the Vanguard softball team doesn’t have to rely upon the alumni game to hear about the experience of playing in the postseason. The 2007 Lions earned the school’s first postseason bid since 1999, competing in both the NAIA Region II and NAIA national tournament, where they finished tied for ninth among the 20-team field. So, the 10 returners have first-person accounts with which to familiarize the program’s nine freshman about what is expected to return to the national stage.
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