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June 5, 2004
Rick Devereux An overcast sky threatened to rain on Lincoln and California in the girls third- and fourth-grade gold-division game at the Costa Mesa Sports Farm Complex Friday, but the weather didn't dampen the field or the spirits of the players during the 6-0 Leopard win. Lincoln used a disciplined attack and a four-goal performance by forward Karsten Sigband to pressure the Cougars throughout the game. Sigband gathered a California goalkick, raced through the defense and scored early in the game for Lincoln.
NEWS
May 31, 2003
Melanie Neff Carter Keddington may be only in second grade, but he was the big man on the field Friday for Lincoln No. 2's third- and fourth-grade boys soccer team in Pool E of the Daily Pilot Cup at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. Keddington, one of four second graders on the team, scored his team's first four goals and Lincoln, who had a two-man advantage the entire game, went on to defeat Kaiser, 11-1. It was a big boost for Lincoln after getting beat, 7-0, by Mariners on Thursday.
NEWS
June 3, 2005
Chris Yemma After letting their spirits sink following an opening-round loss Tuesday to St. Joachim Elementary, the Lincoln B third- and fourth-grade girls soccer team was in need of a boost. The boost came in the form of a burst Thursday, as the Leopards scored two goals in each half to claim a 4-1 Silver division victory over Prince of Peace in its second game of pool play at Costa Mesa Farm Complex. Led by Janna Rosenberg's two goals -- one in each half -- Lincoln B (1-1)
NEWS
May 2, 2002
Tim Allen, executive director of the Assessment and Treatment Services Center, announced recently that Lincoln will be the presenting sponsor of the 20th annual Newport Coast Concours d'Elegance. The 2002 Concours, geared toward helping children and families involved in the center, will be Lincoln's fifth time sponsoring a Concours. "Sponsorship of a Concours like this one brings us close to the customers who buy and appreciate our vehicles, both current and past," Lincoln Promotions Manager Robert Witter said in a press release.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 28, 2013
COSTA MESA - Alon Anish played in the Daily Pilot Cup six years ago. Anish is now coaching in it. Anish is back on the field with Newport Heights Elementary School. Anish is more used to directing a team in between the lines as a central midfielder than on the sideline as a coach. Making the 17-year-old's job easier is having a talented third- and fourth-grade team. Newport Heights opened the 14th annual Pilot Cup with a convincing 5-0 victory against Lincoln in a silver division match at Costa Mesa High on Tuesday.
PILOT_CUP
May 27, 2009
Boys 3-4 Grade Gold Division Lincoln 5, Harbor View 0 COSTA MESA — Sam Neiger and Tanner Cislaw scored two goals each to help lead Lincoln to the pool-play win Wednesday at the Costa Mesa Farm Complex. Brennan Greenwald added a goal and an assist for Lincoln, which grabed its first win and improved to 1-1. Myles Glenn had an assist, as did Sohil Wadood and Justin Lloyd. Lloyd also provided strong defense in the midfield, helping Lincoln record the shutout and bounce back from its loss to defending champion Carden Hall on Tuesday.
NEWS
June 4, 2004
Boys 5-6 gold Kaiser 3, St. Joachim 0 Rea (1) 6, Carden Hall 0 Our Lady Queen of Angels 4, Lincoln 1 Harbor View 4, Newport Heights 1 Killybrooke 3, TeWinkle 2 Mariners 3, St. John's 0 Boys 5-6 silver Kaiser 5, Lincoln 0 Wilson 1, Harbor View 1 Girls 5-6 gold Kaiser 7, TeWinkle 1 Mariners Christian 1, Eastbluff 0 Our Lady Queen of Angels 1, Newport Coast 1 Harbor View 3,...
PILOT_CUP
June 1, 2009
BOYS   5-6 Gold: Rea Final: Rea 6, Mariners 1   5-6 Silver: Lincoln Final: Lincoln 2, Andersen 1   5-6 Bronze: Killybrooke Final: Killybrooke 3, Wilson 2   3-4 Gold: Carden Hall Final: Carden Hall 7, Whittier 1   3-4 Silver: St. Joachim Final: St. Joachim 4, Mariners Christian 2   3-4 Bronze: Lincoln Final: Lincoln 5, Victoria 0 ...
NEWS
June 3, 2005
Boys 5-6 Gold division Lincoln 5, Newport Heights 0: The Lincoln fifth- and sixth-grade boys Gold division soccer team defeated Newport Heights, 5-0, Thursday. George Kennedy scored two goals for Lincoln, while Jedd Thayer, Miguel Delgado and Allen Brown scored as well. Nick Rich, Kjell Wolker contributed assists while J.D. Dawn, Nick Curci, Andrew McCormack, Spencer Christoff and Joe Ctvrtlik anchored the defense. Wednesday's results Pool play Boys third- and fourth-grade Gold division Mariners Christian 5, Carden Hall 0 Rea 5, Davis 0 Lincoln 5, Harbor View 1 Harbor Day 5, Newport Heights 0 Boys third- and fourth-grade Silver division Lincoln C 1, Sonora A 0 College Park 5, Sonora B 3 Kaiser B 2, Whittier B 1 Andersen B 2, OLQA B 1 Girls third- and fourth-grade Gold division Lincoln 5, St. John 0 Andersen 4, Mariners Christian 0 Kaiser 4, Harbor View 0 Newport Heights 4, Eastbluff 2 Newport Elementary 2, Adams 1 OLQA 4, Mariners 0 Girls third- and fourth-grade Silver division Lincoln B 4, Prince of Peace 1 Christ Lutherna 1, OLQA B 0 Boys fifth- and sixth-grade Gold division Lincoln 5, Newport Heights 0 Mariners Christian 4, TeWinkle 0 Harbor Day 5, Carden Hall 0 Rea 2 5, Mariners 4 Kaiser 1, Newport Coast 0 Boys fifth- and sixth-grade Silver...
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NEWS
September 6, 2013
A principal has been selected to lead Lincoln Elementary in Newport Beach, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District announced Friday. Eight district campuses have received new principals since the end of the last school year. Lincoln's top job was the final position that needed to be filled. Carrie Gammel, currently the principal at Del Mar Hills Academy in the Del Mar Unified School District, is expected to start the job at Lincoln Elementary on Sept. 16, according to a news release from Newport Mesa Unified.
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NEWS
July 24, 2013
Lincoln Elementary School's principal is set to retire in August, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District announced Wednesday. Principal Jane Holm's retirement from the Newport Beach school will create the fourth principal opening that the district is working to fill. Holm is leaving after 13 years with the district, according to a news release from Newport-Mesa. "It was a very difficult decision for me because it has been such a delight to work with our Lincoln children over the years," Holm wrote in a letter to parents, staff and students.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | May 28, 2013
COSTA MESA - Alon Anish played in the Daily Pilot Cup six years ago. Anish is now coaching in it. Anish is back on the field with Newport Heights Elementary School. Anish is more used to directing a team in between the lines as a central midfielder than on the sideline as a coach. Making the 17-year-old's job easier is having a talented third- and fourth-grade team. Newport Heights opened the 14th annual Pilot Cup with a convincing 5-0 victory against Lincoln in a silver division match at Costa Mesa High on Tuesday.
NEWS
By Jeremiah Dobruck | May 28, 2013
Three Newport-Mesa schools rank among the best in the state. Lincoln Elementary School in Newport Beach, Davis Magnet School near the Orange County Fairgrounds and Early College High School in Mesa Verde received the highest-possible scores in a statewide ranking. Each year, the California Department of Education gives schools two rankings based on their Academic Performance Index, or API, scores derived from the previous year's standardized tests. The two scores range from 1 to 10, placing them anywhere from the top 10% of schools in the state to the bottom 10%. The first score compares schools statewide.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | April 19, 2013
Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis never had the chance to meet each other as leaders during a divided America, but they're going to this weekend. The town? Costa Mesa. The place? Fairview Park. The occasion? "The town hall meeting that never occurred," as one man puts it. This weekend marks the annual Battle of Costa Mesa, a free Civil War reenactment event that in its fifth year will bring more than 350 participants and thousands of spectators to see and hear American history relived.
NEWS
March 1, 2013
A large-scale power failure left students and staff without electricity at Lincoln Elementary School in Newport Beach Friday, according to a school spokeswoman. At 4:52 a.m. there was a 30-second interruption in service in an area of Corona del Mar and Newport Beach, and about 10 minutes later, 2,942 customers lost power because of a failed underground cable at Pacific View Drive and Marguerite Avenue, a Southern California Edison spokesman said. As of 6:19 a.m., Edison had restored service to most of those customers, but Lincoln and about 280 customers in Corona del Mar were still without power, Newport-Mesa Unified School District spokeswoman Laura Boss.
ENTERTAINMENT
By John Depko and Susanne Perez | November 29, 2012
Steven Spielberg is the premier film director of his generation. When he turns his creative spotlight on major historical events, he has no equal. In "Saving Private Ryan" and "Schindler's List," he brought forth the reality of World War II like no other director ever could. In "Lincoln," he shines his awesome spotlight on the most revered president in American history. Daniel Day-Lewis virtually becomes Abraham Lincoln through his astonishing portrayal of the legendary man. He is certain to be nominated for Best Actor.
NEWS
By Britney Barnes | October 12, 2012
IRVINE - As the tractor-pulled wagons slowed to a stop, smell was the first indicator that the youngsters were about to come face to face with barnyard animals. The first-grade students were not pleased. "It smells stinky," said Taylor Park, 6, making a face as some of her classmates covered their noses. Lincoln Elementary School on Friday took its three first-grade classes on the Newport Beach school's annual field trip to Tanaka Farms, a 30-acre working organic farm on University Drive.
SPORTS
By Tony Lee, Daily Pilot | June 3, 2011
COSTA MESA — Second-grader Adoram Martinez-Villa may be the shortest player playing in the boys' third- and fourth-grade silver division, but his hat trick en route to Rea's 3-1 victory Friday showed he had the biggest game at the Daily Pilot Cup. Martinez-Villa multiple times dribbled past Lincoln defenders from one side to another and showed off his range by scoring his two second-half goals from outside the penalty area. Rea Coach Jose Olmedo said Martinez-Villa impressed him, too, for what he does off the pitch.
NEWS
By Sarah Peters, sarah.peters@latimes.com | January 20, 2011
COSTA MESA — Costa Mesa Lincoln-Mercury is going the way of, well, Mercury. The now-empty car lot at 2626 Harbor Blvd. closed Wednesday after 18 years in business, according to an e-mail from owner Paul Fang. "I feel very proud of my association with the dealers, customers, and employees of Lincoln Mercury and Ford," Fang wrote in the e-mail sent out to business colleagues and friends. "There is very much a one team attitude and [I had ] sales, parts, service and Ford credit all working together with me and to help me. "This made my business exit extremely smooth.
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