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November 3, 2010
When/where: Tonight, 7 at Newport Harbor High Key Sailors: Sr. WR-CB-KR-PR Parker Norton (52 catches for 445 yards and four TDs); Sr. TB Buzzy Yokoyama (806 rushing yards, eight TDs); LT-DT JB Salem. Key Vikings: Jr. RB-DB Alex Waked (918 rushing yards, eight TDs); Jr. WR-DB Brayde Hill (29 catches for 480 yards, five TDs); Sr. OL-LB Joey Livingston (team-high 64 tackles). Breakdown: The Sailors (4-4, 1-2 in league) will try to break out of their offensive struggles against last-place Marina (3-5, 0-3)
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October 25, 2012
Ahoy! Halloween will be zeroing in on everyone's radar Wednesday when the ghosts and goblins walk the streets on this nearly full moon night. My wife is polishing her broomstick for a ride across the skies and her caldron is warming up in the middle of the main salon. Most everyone knows that boaters can be very superstitious, and most superstitions are centuries old. Yet, even modern seamen have their old and new rituals, especially fishermen who have all types of questionable practices.
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By Jill Cowan | October 23, 2012
Large commercial marina owners operating on public tidelands will pay more rent, the Newport Beach City Council decided Tuesday at a special meeting - but they won't see the changes until 2015. After months of back-and-forth with harbor stakeholders, the council voted 4 to 3 to adopt a set of proposed changes to the way commercial marina rents are calculated, as laid out in presentations by City Manager Dave Kiff and Councilman Michael Henn. Harbor business owners who operate large commercial marinas will eventually pay about 18.5% of their gross slip revenue, or an amount that would translate to about $1.97 per square foot right now. That increase will be phased in at a rate of about 2.5% of gross slip revenue per year, from 2015 to 2020.
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September 19, 2000
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Costa Mesa High singles players Hilary Havens, Misa Lee and Sung Lee Kim won two sets apiece, but host Marina dominated in doubles for an 11-7 nonleague girls tennis victory Monday. Mesa fell to 1-2. NONLEAGUE Marina 11, Costa Mesa 7 Singles - Havens (CM) lost to Weng, 4-6, def. Nguyen, 6-1, def. Stapakis, 6-1; Lee (CM) lost, 0-6, won, 6-1, 6-2; Kim (CM) lost, 0-6, 2-6, won, 6-0. Doubles - Nguyen-Pham (CM) lost to Baghdassarian-Lloyd, 0-6, lost to Haley-Pazornik, 4-6, def. Tseng-Wiseman, 6-2; Vu-Doan (CM)
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March 10, 2001
COSTA MESA - The Costa Mesa High boys tennis team lost, 15-3, to visiting Marina Friday afternoon in nonleague action. The Mustangs (1-2) will play at Aliso Niguel Monday at 3:15 p.m. NONLEAGUE Marina 15, Costa Mesa 3 Singles - Bernard (CM) lost to Van't Hof, 1-6, lost to Herrel, 4-6, def. Maguire, 7-5. Lilaram (CM) lost, 1-6, won, 6-4, lost 4-6; Solomon (CM), lost, 0-6, 3-6, 4-6. Doubles - Chindalah-Au (CM) lost to Desa-Nguyen, 1-6; lost to Plou-Pham, 0-6, lost to Miles-Brown, 1-6; H. Nguyen-Ayopian (CM)
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October 6, 1999
HUNTINGTON BEACH - Newport Harbor High's girls field hockey team improved to 5-1-2 in Sunset League play Tuesday, breaking away from a second-place tie with Marina with a 2-0 victory on the latter's field. Katie Welbourn struck within the first five minutes of the game with a goal off an assist from Paige Thompson, and some five minutes into the second half, Bitta Jansma delivered the icer off Elizabeth Evans' feed. Susan Lear was credited with three saves, including two eye-openers in the second half to preserve what is believed to be the first Newport victory at Marina by way of a shutout.
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February 9, 2000
Barry Faulkner HUNTINGTON BEACH - Mark Rehling, who had been selected to coach the South in the 41st Orange County All-Star Football Game, announced Tuesday he has been forced to resign after five seasons as head coach at Marina High. Rehling, a Marina graduate who has coached the last 27 seasons at his alma mater, said the surprising decision by the Marina administration to create "a change of vision and leadership," after the program's first CIF Southern Section playoff appearance in seven years, will make continuing as South coach problematic.
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By Dominic Perrone | January 18, 2007
NEWPORT BEACH — The Newport Harbor High boys' basketball team was able to control Marina Wednesday night by being everything the Vikings were not. While Marina was unabashedly heaving three-point shots the Sailors remained calm, passed up open three-pointers and slowed down the offense. While Marina was flying around on defense, trapping all over the court, the Sailors held tight man-to-man coverage and contained the state record holders for three-pointers in a season.
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By Steve Virgen | May 1, 2014
What a game! What a game! That might be a simple way to describe what took place Wednesday night at Davidson Field, where Newport Harbor High and Marina battled in a wild and crazy boys' lacrosse game. But Sailors Coach Mark Todd probably put it best when talking about the way his guys took a much-needed 13-11 victory over the Vikings, who featured former Tars assistant Ryan Abatte as their head coach. "A perfect storm for disaster," Todd said before addressing his victorious Sailors in a post-game meeting.
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By Emily Foxhall and By Emily Foxhall | April 15, 2014
While some Newport Beach residents eagerly await the opening of Marina Park in two years, others already have cause for celebration. They've been promised some of the location's sand. To make way for the 23-slip marina planned for the new Balboa Peninsula park, crews will soon dredge more than 40,000 cubic yards of material from the harbor and redistribute it throughout the city's shoreline. It's a perfect source for reusable beach material — a highly sought-after commodity for beach dwellers who experience, quite literally, life's shifting sands.
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By Matt Szabo | April 10, 2014
HUNTINGTON BEACH — Welcome to the Newport Harbor High boys' tennis season, where one of the top doubles players in Southern California can team with a football player. It happened Thursday at Marina High. Newport junior Reese Stalder, ranked No. 4 in Southern California in boys' 18 doubles and No. 7 in singles, teamed up with tennis novice Garrett Hall, a senior running back and safety in football. Stalder and Hall did well, sweeping for the Sailors at No. 3 doubles. Hall's mom, Cheryl, told her son that he should get something signed by Stalder that will be valuable when he's famous one day. "I'll probably get my shoe signed by the end of the season," Garrett Hall said.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 14, 2014
HUNTINGTON BEACH - With his Estancia High boys' volleyball team outside the gym, Coach Ricardo doMonte stood and watched Marina warm up on the court. He observed the host Vikings swing the ball, their timing, and how they distributed the ball. "Then I saw that we were in trouble," doMonte said. The Eagles faced their toughest nonleague opponent to date and suffered their fourth straight loss in three sets. Marina swept, 25-9, 25-8, 25-4, on Thursday night. The contest was the Eagles' fourth in eight days.
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By Emily Foxhall | February 11, 2014
Following remarks from Newport Beach Mayor Rush Hill, two City Council members and two representatives from Girl Scouts of Orange County, 11-year-old Olivia Bobrownicki approached the podium Tuesday. Dressed in her uniform, the Irvine Girl Scout climbed onto a green stool to speak directly and confidently into the microphone. Olivia outlined all that she had learned so far as a Scout, a list that included skills in marketing, goal setting and leadership. "And I learned that a girl can do anything," she said to the assembled crowd of more than 150 people.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 8, 2014
In an age when teenagers post trivial videos online, Nic Sargeant has a highlight that would make your jaw drop if you saw it. He hasn't even watched it. He just lived it. More than a week has passed since Sargeant, from just inside midcourt, made a game-winning three-pointer at the buzzer for the Newport Harbor High boys' basketball team. He cannot get his hands on the footage until next week, when the Sailors play Marina again. Coach Bob Torribio doesn't allow his team to dwell on the past, only if the Sailors need to break down film on the same opponent again.
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January 30, 2014
Newport Harbor senior guard Nic Sargeant swished the game-winning three-pointer from half-court at the buzzer, lifting the Sailors over Marina, 56-55, in Wednesday's Sunset League boys' basketball game at home. Sargeant made the shot after an inbound play with four seconds left. He finished with 20 points for the Sailors (12-10, 3-2 in league), who are in third place in league after the first round. Caleb O'Neil added 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Sailors play at Huntington Beach on Friday.
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By Emily Foxhall | December 19, 2013
When Marina Park residents vacated their mobile homes to make way for a new public park, the fate of the structures fell to a demolition company. The crews, who had assumed responsibility for them from the city, planned to raze the Balboa Peninsula site. But in a twilight-hour negotiation, two Orange County companies purchased many of the mobile homes from the demolition company and intend to move them to other parks. The slight change in plans may create some savings for the city.
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By Emily Foxhall | November 27, 2013
Earlier this week, Newport Beach resident Erin Kunkle took stock of the contents in the kitchen of her mobile home at Marina Park. She wondered not about which utensils to use to make turkey or stuffing, but instead how to pack all of the items from the cupboards and drawers into cardboard boxes. The Marina Park residents, whose homes along Balboa Boulevard will be removed to make way for a new public park, must vacate the city property by noon Monday - a final "date of surrender" set so that the mobile home dwellers might enjoy one last Thanksgiving meal at home.
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October 31, 2013
Newport Harbor (4-4, 2-1) vs. Marina (1-7, 0-3) When/where: Friday 7 p.m. at Huntington Beach High Key Sailors: Jr. QB Cole Norris; Sr. WR Quest Truxton; Sr. OT-DT Ramsey Hufford; Jr. LB Riley Gaddis. Key Vikings: Sr. QB Daylan Harmeyer; Jr WR Jacob Lopez; Sr. LB James Myers; Jr. WR Josh Gordon. Breakdown: The Sailors are ranked No. 7 in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division and are tied for first in the Sunset League with Edison, Los Alamitos and Fountain Valley ... A win would give the Sailors their first two-game winning streak of the season ... Marina has lost six in a row and is on a 44-game league losing streak ... The Tars have won the last 12 meetings between the two, outscoring the Vikings by an average of 32-6 in that span ... Newport Harbor is 27-4-3 all-time against Marina and has blanked the Vikings nine times, five since 2001 ... The Tars have won their ninth game of the season the last 29 years ... Norris has thrown for 1,452 yards and 14 TDs with only four interceptions ... Truxton has 47 receptions for 735 yards and eight TDs ... Harmeyer, an Edison transfer, has thrown for 1,471 yards and 11 TDs with five interceptions ... Myers leads the Vikings with 94 tackles, averaging 13.4 per game in his seven games.
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