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SPORTS
August 10, 2006
Costa Mesa City Championships   Championship flight (36-hole gross) Joey Benedetti, 63-70?133; 2. Scott Travers, 71-68?139; 3. (tie) Amit Chopra, 66-74?140, Adam Marshall, 67-73?140, Robert Mink Jr., 69-71?140, Sean Shahi, 71-69?140; 7. (tie) Mike Fox, 68-73?141, Andre Komor, 72-69?142; 9. (tie) Doug Martinez, 70-72?142, Jeff Thomas, 71-71?142; 11. (tie) Andy Horner, 68-75?143, Hollis Kelley, 67-76?143, David Lewinski, 70-73?143, Mitchell McCarthy, 68-75?
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NEWS
October 18, 2013
Pidio “Pete” Anthony Martinez Pete was born on November 8th, 1957 in East Los Angeles, California.  He grew up in Hacienda Heights, California with his parents Elpidio and Betty Martinez, along with his siblings Emelynn, Esther, Vincent, Paula, Victor, David and Kelly.  Pete attended Glen A. Wilson High School. Pete's first born child, Elpidio Anthony Martinez II, was born on August 2nd, 1976 in La Mirada, California, as well as his second son, Daniel Ray Martinez on February 6th, 1978.  Pete worked at Owens & Minor as a distribution manager for 20 years, where he met the love of his life, Laurie Anne Nieto.  Pete & Laurie married on July 16, 1994 in Nipomo, CA.  Through their marriage they joined two families, Pete and his sons with Laurie and her daughter, Nicole Ann Siwiecki and son Ryan Paul Siwiecki.  On January 11th, 1996, Quinton Scott Martinez joined the family.  In 2001, Elpidio married Erin and gave Pete his two grandchildren, Kaitlin and Madison.  Pete & Laurie built a life and home together in Huntington Beach, CA.  For the last 13 years, Pete worked as the Operations Manager at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA.  He selflessly volunteered for many community projects sponsored by Hoag.  Pete and his family were very active members of the St. Simon & Jude parish.
SPORTS
April 19, 2006
UC Irvine infielder Jaime Martinez was named the Big West Conference's Player of the Week in baseball for the week ending April 16. Martinez hit .500, with six hits in 12 at-bats, during the Anteaters' three-game series win at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. The senior hit three doubles, drove in two runs and scored two runs. He drove in the only run in a 2-1 loss Thursday, then had three hits in Friday's 4-3 win. In the series finale, he doubled in a run and scored the eventual game-winner in the 4-1 victory.
NEWS
By: Chris Yemma | August 8, 2005
As Doug Martinez strolled up to the green on hole No. 2 of Costa Mesa Golf & Country Club's Los Lagos course, a round of applause broke out from the gallery. Martinez, from San Clemente, had nailed a near-perfect shot, reaching the green on his second swing from 250 yards out on the 531-yard, par-5 hole. That shot turned out to be the difference, as Martinez birdied the hole to edge Newport Coast resident Amit Chopra in a sudden-death playoff Sunday in the final round of the championship flight (players with handicaps of 2.2 and less)
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | May 28, 2006
IRVINE ? With a 5-4 win over UC Riverside on Saturday night, the UC Irvine baseball team clinched third place outright, moved within 1 1/2 games of second place in the Big West Conference, upped its school single-season Division I victory record to 36 and strengthened its argument for a berth in the NCAA Regionals. But Anteaters Coach Dave Serrano said all of that paled in comparison to what a pair of dramatic, late-inning home runs did for a program that lists back-to-back NCAA Division II championships in 1973 and 1974 as its greatest distinction.
NEWS
November 10, 2001
Young Chang Physics and quantum electronics didn't do much for Enrique Martinez Celaya outside the laboratory door. The artist still had questions about the past, mortality, time, the power of a glance. So despite his fascination with the clarity of science, which he studied at Cornell University and UC Berkeley, he created art to find answers. He approached his work philosophically, because philosophical is how the 37-year-old artist has always been.
NEWS
September 14, 1999
It was a Newport Harbor High football team not blessed with enormous success in the win column, but who knows where Coach Al Irwin's squad would've been that year without halfback Eloy Martinez? Before the Fullerton game in Week 5 of the 1953 season, a newspaper reported that Newport Harbor was unveiling a "new secret weapon" in Martinez, who scored all 19 points in the Sailors' 19-12 victory over Garden Grove the previous week on the Argonauts' field, the team's second straight win. The Tars wouldn't win another game.
SPORTS
March 5, 2006
IRVINE ? Jaime Martinez's two-run single in the eighth inning gave UC Irvine's baseball team a 5-4 nonconference victory over Sacramento State on Saturday. Blair Erickson pitched a scoreless ninth inning for his sixth save of the season and 33rd of his career. The junior is one save away from tying former Cal State Fullerton star Chad Cordero for second place on the all-time Big West Conference save list. Kyle Necke picked up his first win of the season for UCI (11-6). Dylan Axelrod pitched 1 1/3 scoreless innings.
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 Joseph Serna | February 6, 2012
A Costa Mesa radio station shut down its weekly program on medical marijuana Sunday amid concerns that the show's host presented a one-sided view on a contentious topic, representatives said. Not long before it was to air, the nonprofit KOCI 101.5 FM pulled the plug on "Cannabis Community," hosted by Robert Martinez, a former marijuana dispensary owner and Army veteran. However, a station official said the show had actually been canceled a week prior. Controversy surrounded "Cannabis Community" after a Jan. 8 broadcast from a bar owned by Costa Mesa Mayor Gary Monahan, who said on air that he supports legalizing and regulating the pot dispensaries operating in the city.
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