March 24, 2001
MANHATTAN BEACH - The Newport Harbor boys volleyball team had senior Blake Tippett back in uniform, Friday, but he was regulated to back row play as the Sailors lost, 15-8, 15-11, 15-6, at Mira Costa Friday. Senior Christian Berg-Hansen slammed 10 kills, while junior Morgan Craig had nine for Harbor (2-3), ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division III. Tars junior Loyd Wright had 35 assists. Harbor Coach Dan Glenn said it could take longer than a week for Tippett to move back to his hitter position.
August 17, 2004
"I like the feeling that you accomplished something that's hard to learn. You have to have a lot of balance." CAMILLE DELBROOK, 11 Newport Beach "Well, it's very fun. I just ride the little waves, but it's still fun because you accomplish something that's hard." REMINGTON NELSON, 10 Newport Beach "Standing up on the board and feeling like you can get good." WESLEY BULLOCK, 10 Manhattan Beach "I feel good when I stand up, because I know I can do it. That's the main part about surfing."
March 7, 2007
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Feb. 27 Marshall R. Hernandez, 38, Costa Mesa Alfonso Barrios-Aguilar, 23, Costa Mesa Thursday Michael A. Wilhite, 24, Manhattan Beach Milton S. Uta, 37, Costa Mesa Christopher S. Rose, 37, Costa Mesa Friday Scott L. Baker, 23, Newport Beach Saturday Marlon I. Rodriguez, 23, Costa Mesa Michael S. James, 21, Orange Clif A. Umstead, 22, Suffolk, Va. Sunday Rigoberto A. Garcia, 40, Costa Mesa Brendan E. Hope, 26, San Juan Capistrano Adrian J. Katke, 29, Costa Mesa Monday Jesus T. Ramirez-Sanchez, 26, Costa Mesa Mario Delaguila-Perez, 26, no known city of residence NEWPORT BEACH Feb. 27 Richard D. Harris, 37, Newport Beach Michael J. Memmott, 29, Costa Mesa Feb. 28 Jeremy A. Workman, 27, Fullerton Chris White, 23, Irvine Thursday Paula Mae Campbell, 55, Cypress Friday Miguel A. Urquiza, 23, Costa Mesa ...
August 13, 2002
I feel what you do in your yard is your own business and not the city's, as long as it is not illegal, a health hazard or a safety hazard. I have lived in Costa Mesa for the past 44 years, and now I feel that I will have to move just to keep my freedom. RICHARD RITSCHKE Costa Mesa Costa Mesa Councilman Gary Monahan and residents Mitch Barrie and Dave Goss are classic examples of what's wrong with this city ("Residents uniting against City Hall," July 25)
May 11, 2007
MANHATTAN BEACH — The Newport Harbor High boys' tennis team's season came to an end Thursday, when the Sailors lost to Mira Costa, 11-7. But first-year Sailors' Coach Brooke Taylor was pleased with the season that finished in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs at Manhattan Country Club. Jake Fleming, Newport Harbor's No. 1 singles player who has been battling shoulder pain this season, won three sets. John Hutchinson had two victories in singles and Josh Tuz had one. The Newport doubles team of Connor Curry and Daron Arnold also scored a win. "We had a good season overall," Taylor said in a phone interview.
November 13, 2004
Yang-Betz Ya-Lei Yang of Temple City and Andy Betz of Newport Beach exchanged vows at the Catalina Room in Rancho Palos Verdes on Oct. 15, 2004. The bride is the daughter of Andy and Charlene Yang of Temple City. The maid of honor was Kelly Simpson of Newport Beach. The bridesmaids were Anita Yang of Los Angeles, Melissa Gutierrez of San Francisco, Amy Hudson of Temple City and Nicole DeGraaf of Arcadia. The bridegroom is the son of Les Betz and the late Linda Betz of Newport Beach.
November 2, 2003
S.J. CAHN It was talked about this summer. It was lambasted. Criticized. But for producers of the Fox TV show "The O.C.," what mattered was that it was watched. That show started back up last week, and it seems sure to enrage Newport Beach residents anew with its take on life in Orange County. During the summer, as people -- including quite a few in the Pilot newsroom -- watched "The O.C.," I wrestled with a similar fictionalizing of my hometown: Manhattan Beach.
August 16, 2004
MICHAEL VILLANI It's getting hard to move from place to place in the venue now without the proper credentials. Yes, security is tightening as the volunteers, hundreds of them, move in to complement the hundreds of paid staff members tending to business in this venue alone. Several women's teams came to the main court today to practice on the field of play on which they hope to earn gold. They were big, strong and fast. This is going to be some competition.
November 17, 1999
Joseph Boo MANHATTAN BEACH - After facing some heat from Loyola High's boys water polo team, it was time for the cook to turn down the flames. Newport Harbor's Ryan Cook scored four times in the second half to lead the Sailors to a tough 8-6 victory at Mira Costa High School Tuesday. The win catapults Newport Harbor (26-2) into the CIF Southern Section Division I semifinals against El Toro Saturday, part of a double-header at Belmont Plaza, with No. 1-seeded Long Beach Wilson dueling Harvard-Westlake in the other half.
July 31, 2004
Alicia Robinson Happy birthday, Mr. Governor. He didn't have time to eat an elephant ear or ride the Ferris wheel, but Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger did get a heaping dose of adoration and birthday greetings from Orange County fairgoers on Friday. The governor stopped by the Orange County Fair to thank voters for urging their legislators to approve his budget, which they finally did this week, a month into the new fiscal year. The sweaty and enthusiastic crowd of several hundred was full of applause, took plenty of pictures and even sang "Happy Birthday" to Schwarzenegger, who turned 57 on Friday.