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December 9, 2009
Submitted by St. Joseph Hospital Laker Girls, Clipper Girls and Pro Athletes Transform into Santa's Little Helpers to Bring Holiday Cheer to Under Privileged Youth Continuing a holiday tradition, St. Joseph Hospital Physical Rehabilitation Services proudly hosted the 11th Annual Kids Christmas Celebration on Saturday, December 5, 2009. Special guests in attendance included the Laker Girls, the Clipper girls, a Major League Soccer player and Santa. More than 70 low income children between the ages of five and 15 from the Garden Grove Boys and Girls Clubs and a center for abused women attended the holiday festivities.
NEWS
By Alan Blank | November 27, 2008
Costa Mesan Tayler Douglass, 10, can’t keep her legs still. She’s been dancing for most of her life at a competitive level, and spends about three hours per day, six days a week at the West Coast School of the Arts — a studio that recently moved to Costa Mesa from Irvine. As she talked about the role of competitive dance in her life before practice Tuesday, her right leg stuck straight out from her hip, parallel to the floor. Then she lifted it above her head and held it. Along with her friend from Newport Beach, Maddie Eng, 9, and seven other girls from the studio, Tayler won first place in the West Coast finals of the national Showstopper dance competition at Disneyland in July.
NEWS
January 27, 2003
Coral Wilson It was the final hour before the battle of the year, but at the Newport Beach Marriott, it looked more like one big party. Yesterday wasn't just any Sunday, it was Super Bowl Sunday. The Oakland Raiders were playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Lighthouse Guild of Olive Crest was throwing the party. Who said football and charity don't go together? Raising more than $120,000 last year, Marcy McKenna, president of the Lighthouse Guild, is confident that the second annual Super Bowl Extravaganza will bring in even more money this year, benefiting Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children.
NEWS
November 7, 2001
The Rip Girls earned their fifth victory of the season with a 4-2 triumph over the Pesto Girls in an AYSO Region 57 girls under-10 soccer game Saturday. Caroline Hardenberg (two goals), Alexa Ossipoff and Kelsey Davis scored to lead the Rip Girls. Kellie Langwell also contributed on offense. Maggie McElroy dominated the midfield while the defense was anchored by Karoline Wang, Erin Almaraz and Abby Jones. Goalkeepers Leyla Hezar and Katie Draffin split time in the net. In boys under-10 action: Mako Sharks 3, Storm 0 - Chris Freeman scored two goals and Ryan Peyton scored one to lead the undefeated Sharks to their eighth straight victory.
NEWS
October 18, 2000
The Cosmic Blast, a boys under APP team from AYSO Region 120, defeated San Clemente, 4-2, Saturday. Rigo Miranda, Trevor McDonald, Marco Soto and Kyle Kell each scored goals for the Cosmic Blast. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead, the Cosmic Blast saw San Clemente come back to tie the score. But with solid passing and stubborn defense, the Blast prevailed. In boys under 12 action: Red Wings 3, Fighting Irish 1 - Kenneth Zich broke the scoreless tie with a fourth-quarter goal and added two more goals, leading the RedWings to victory over the Fighting Irish.
NEWS
October 26, 2001
Ori Tabak scored three goals to help the Pyros beat the Hi-Liters, 5-0, in an AYSO Region 57 boys under-12 soccer game Saturday. Austin Harms and Karan Sahni also scored goals for the Pyros. Andrew Mason, Alireza Nazemi, Parker Reed and Lane Wilhelm kept the offensive pressure on with sharp passes. John Lockhart, Matt Langel and Chase Stark patrolled the midfield. Benjamin Noe, Michael Hay and Jeremy Hyter contributed with solid defense. Harms, Langel and Lockhart shared goalkeeping duties to earn the shutout.
NEWS
November 10, 1999
COSTA MESA - Eddie Tomasek, Anthony Lucero and Ricky Condoya each scored goals for the Royals in their 3-1 playoffs win Saturday in AYSO Region 120 Under-10 boys action. Benjamin Briseno, Jacob Hurd, Nicholas Arellanes, Austin Rice, Eric Petersen, Morgan Brennan, Roland Wood and Christopher Quinlan were all solid on defense and goalie Zach Arant held off a strong Falcons' attack to preserve the win. In other Under-10 boys action: Rockets 3, Cheetahs 1 - Jonathan Knauer scored two goals and Andrew Roth added another for the Rockets.
NEWS
February 5, 2000
B.W. Cook The Newport-Mesa crowd in support of UCI turned out in full force -- without black tie, wearing basketball jerseys -- for the second annual UC Irvine Executive Roundtable Basketball Extravaganza. The Saturday evening playoff at Bren Center on the campus began with a late-afternoon reception in the Koll Room where team captains like Newport's Dick Sim, Henry Samueli, Ted Smith and Jack Norberg rallied their players to victory. In the coed playing crowd were Julie Hill, Al Nichols, Ross Peters, Elizabeth and Tom Tierney (on opposing teams)
NEWS
January 27, 2002
Young Chang Two Christmases ago, screenwriter David McKenna visited Olive Crest, which provides homes and services for abused children, and met a young girl who gave him an unforgettable look. Her eyes communicated fear, mistrust and reluctance. It was an abnormal look for a girl that small, toward a stranger who had done her no wrong. "There was something deeper," McKenna said. "Two years later, I'm addressing that look." Since last spring, the Newport Beach native and his wife Marcy have co-chaired a new fund-raising arm for Olive Crest called the Lighthouse Guild -- a group of young (in their 30s or close to that age range)
NEWS
October 11, 2001
The Flaming Ice defeated the Kamikazes, 2-0, in an AYSO Region 57 boys under-14 soccer game on Saturday. John Hess, Clay Russell, Georgie Logan, Brian Thomas, Jake Campbell and Ben Anshut were solid on defense for the Flaming Ice. Nick Svennson scored the first goal with an assist from Max Page. Geoffrey Grant scored with assists from Taylor Martini and Vlad Vakuleno. The shutout is the second this season for the Flaming Ice. In boys Division 5 action: Mako Sharks 3, Lightning Bolts 0 - Sebastien Welch, Braydon Blackford and Chris Freeman each scored a goal for the Mako Sharks.
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December 9, 2009
Submitted by St. Joseph Hospital Laker Girls, Clipper Girls and Pro Athletes Transform into Santa's Little Helpers to Bring Holiday Cheer to Under Privileged Youth Continuing a holiday tradition, St. Joseph Hospital Physical Rehabilitation Services proudly hosted the 11th Annual Kids Christmas Celebration on Saturday, December 5, 2009. Special guests in attendance included the Laker Girls, the Clipper girls, a Major League Soccer player and Santa. More than 70 low income children between the ages of five and 15 from the Garden Grove Boys and Girls Clubs and a center for abused women attended the holiday festivities.
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NEWS
By Alan Blank | November 27, 2008
Costa Mesan Tayler Douglass, 10, can’t keep her legs still. She’s been dancing for most of her life at a competitive level, and spends about three hours per day, six days a week at the West Coast School of the Arts — a studio that recently moved to Costa Mesa from Irvine. As she talked about the role of competitive dance in her life before practice Tuesday, her right leg stuck straight out from her hip, parallel to the floor. Then she lifted it above her head and held it. Along with her friend from Newport Beach, Maddie Eng, 9, and seven other girls from the studio, Tayler won first place in the West Coast finals of the national Showstopper dance competition at Disneyland in July.
NEWS
January 27, 2003
Coral Wilson It was the final hour before the battle of the year, but at the Newport Beach Marriott, it looked more like one big party. Yesterday wasn't just any Sunday, it was Super Bowl Sunday. The Oakland Raiders were playing the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and the Lighthouse Guild of Olive Crest was throwing the party. Who said football and charity don't go together? Raising more than $120,000 last year, Marcy McKenna, president of the Lighthouse Guild, is confident that the second annual Super Bowl Extravaganza will bring in even more money this year, benefiting Olive Crest Homes and Services for Abused Children.
NEWS
January 27, 2002
Young Chang Two Christmases ago, screenwriter David McKenna visited Olive Crest, which provides homes and services for abused children, and met a young girl who gave him an unforgettable look. Her eyes communicated fear, mistrust and reluctance. It was an abnormal look for a girl that small, toward a stranger who had done her no wrong. "There was something deeper," McKenna said. "Two years later, I'm addressing that look." Since last spring, the Newport Beach native and his wife Marcy have co-chaired a new fund-raising arm for Olive Crest called the Lighthouse Guild -- a group of young (in their 30s or close to that age range)
NEWS
November 7, 2001
The Rip Girls earned their fifth victory of the season with a 4-2 triumph over the Pesto Girls in an AYSO Region 57 girls under-10 soccer game Saturday. Caroline Hardenberg (two goals), Alexa Ossipoff and Kelsey Davis scored to lead the Rip Girls. Kellie Langwell also contributed on offense. Maggie McElroy dominated the midfield while the defense was anchored by Karoline Wang, Erin Almaraz and Abby Jones. Goalkeepers Leyla Hezar and Katie Draffin split time in the net. In boys under-10 action: Mako Sharks 3, Storm 0 - Chris Freeman scored two goals and Ryan Peyton scored one to lead the undefeated Sharks to their eighth straight victory.
NEWS
October 26, 2001
Ori Tabak scored three goals to help the Pyros beat the Hi-Liters, 5-0, in an AYSO Region 57 boys under-12 soccer game Saturday. Austin Harms and Karan Sahni also scored goals for the Pyros. Andrew Mason, Alireza Nazemi, Parker Reed and Lane Wilhelm kept the offensive pressure on with sharp passes. John Lockhart, Matt Langel and Chase Stark patrolled the midfield. Benjamin Noe, Michael Hay and Jeremy Hyter contributed with solid defense. Harms, Langel and Lockhart shared goalkeeping duties to earn the shutout.
NEWS
October 18, 2000
The Cosmic Blast, a boys under APP team from AYSO Region 120, defeated San Clemente, 4-2, Saturday. Rigo Miranda, Trevor McDonald, Marco Soto and Kyle Kell each scored goals for the Cosmic Blast. After jumping out to a 2-0 lead, the Cosmic Blast saw San Clemente come back to tie the score. But with solid passing and stubborn defense, the Blast prevailed. In boys under 12 action: Red Wings 3, Fighting Irish 1 - Kenneth Zich broke the scoreless tie with a fourth-quarter goal and added two more goals, leading the RedWings to victory over the Fighting Irish.
NEWS
February 5, 2000
B.W. Cook The Newport-Mesa crowd in support of UCI turned out in full force -- without black tie, wearing basketball jerseys -- for the second annual UC Irvine Executive Roundtable Basketball Extravaganza. The Saturday evening playoff at Bren Center on the campus began with a late-afternoon reception in the Koll Room where team captains like Newport's Dick Sim, Henry Samueli, Ted Smith and Jack Norberg rallied their players to victory. In the coed playing crowd were Julie Hill, Al Nichols, Ross Peters, Elizabeth and Tom Tierney (on opposing teams)
NEWS
November 10, 1999
COSTA MESA - Eddie Tomasek, Anthony Lucero and Ricky Condoya each scored goals for the Royals in their 3-1 playoffs win Saturday in AYSO Region 120 Under-10 boys action. Benjamin Briseno, Jacob Hurd, Nicholas Arellanes, Austin Rice, Eric Petersen, Morgan Brennan, Roland Wood and Christopher Quinlan were all solid on defense and goalie Zach Arant held off a strong Falcons' attack to preserve the win. In other Under-10 boys action: Rockets 3, Cheetahs 1 - Jonathan Knauer scored two goals and Andrew Roth added another for the Rockets.
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