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July 10, 2003
Submit AFTER HOURS items to the Daily Pilot, 330 W. Bay St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627; by fax to (949) 646-4170; or by calling (949) 574-4295. A complete list is available at www.dailypilot.com. MUSIC PACIFIC AMPHITHEATRE CONCERTS The Orange County Fair will presenting its summer concert series at the Pacific Amphitheatre: Friday, Diana Krall; Saturday, Juan Gabriel; Sunday, Melissa Etheridge and Joan Osborne; Tuesday, Crosby, Stills and Nash; July 17, Standing in the Shadows of Motown featuring The Funk Brothers; July 18, 311 and Something Corporate; July 19, Marco Antonio Solis; July 20, Michael W. Smith and Amy Grant; July 22, Devo and Cake; July 23, Steely Dan; July 24, the Doobie Brothers and Buddy Guy; July 25, The Doors of the 21st Century; July 26, Alanis Morissette and Jason Mraz; July 27, Bob Dylan; July 29, Alan Jackson and Joe Nichols; July 30, Kenny Loggins and Michael McDonald; July 31, 3 Doors Down and Our Lady Peace; Aug. 1, Jethro Tull; Aug. 2, Roxy Music and David Lindley and El Rayo-X; and Aug. 3, Boston.
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September 24, 1999
Barry Faulkner NEWPORT BEACH - The Corona del Mar High freshmen football team had three days to prepare for Back Bay rival Newport Harbor. And, before Thursday's Battle of the Bay showdown at the Sea Kings' field, Coach Gary Almquist gave them just four motivational words. Our chalkboard said "Hit hard; Hit often," said Almquist, who knew if he had to offer any more verbal encouragement, his team would likely be in trouble. The Sea Kings (2-0-1)
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By: Mark R. Madler | September 14, 2005
When Burbank firefighter/paramedic Michael McDonald responded to a shooting on a rainy Saturday night in 2003, his focus was on the job he had to do and not on the potentially dangerous situation he found himself in. With gunfire taking place minutes before his arrival in the parking lot of the Ramada Inn on San Fernando Boulevard, McDonald found himself on his own as he tended to wounded Burbank Police Officer Gregory...
NEWS
September 14, 2002
Young Chang It is Michael McDonald's way to let chance and spontaneity rule what happens, to not "presuppose" what he should do, to throw music up in the air and let it fall where it will. In the late '70s, the music fell into stardom's lap and ushered McDonald to platinum-status fame as part of the Doobie Brothers. Today, after a subsequent solo career in the early '80s best known for the single "I Keep Forgettin," McDonald is still playing music and letting it get dictated by chance with the Michael McDonald Band.
NEWS
September 27, 2002
Newport Harbor's explosive victory over highly regarded Marina last week lends credibility to the notion the Sailors' "slow" start in a scrimmage with Mission Viejo and a 16-8 loss in the season opener against Trabuco Hills speaks more to the quality of the competition than the lack of savvy in the Sailors' game. Dartagnan Johnson ran for 206 yards and three TDs on 23 carries last year in this game. Newport Harbor, despite its season-opening loss at Trabuco Hills, is ranked No. 3 in CIF Division VI. Quarterback Michael McDonald could hold the key to success for the Sailors.
NEWS
September 17, 2002
LAST WEEK'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL PLAYS OF 30 YARDS OR MORE 74 -- Mark Cianciulli (Corona del Mar) touchdown run. 60 -- Spencer Link (Newport Harbor) touchdown pass from Michael McDonald. 57 -- Mark Cianciulli (Corona del Mar) touchdown pass from Jonathan Hubbard. 53 -- Nate Hunter (Costa Mesa) punt. 48 -- Javy Ramirez (Estancia) pass from Lewis Bradshaw. 41 -- Mike Toole (Newport Harbor) pass from Michael McDonald. 40 -- Tyler Waldron (Costa Mesa)
NEWS
October 3, 2002
OFFENSE No. Player Ht. Wt. Yr. Po. 9 Michael McDonald 6-0 180 Sr. QB 22 D. Johnson 6-0 195 Sr. TB 34 Rhett Hartsfield 6-3 195 Sr. FB 8 Mike Toole 5-11 166 Sr. WR 6 Spencer Link 5-8 153 So. WR 82 Paul Toman 6-1 209 Sr. TE 76 A.J. Slater 6-5 270 Sr. LT 79 Eric Curtis 5-11 230 Jr. LG 50 Jack Shahen 5-9 225 Sr. C 77 Nick Watkins 6-3...
NEWS
March 6, 2004
USC senior and former Newport Harbor High standout April Ross, who earned national Player of the Year honors after leading the Trojans to the NCAA women's volleyball championship, will be honored by President George W. Bush on March 23 at the White House. The ceremony, part of the White House's 2003 NCAA Fall Sports Champions Day, will also include USC football. The USC football team includes a trio of walk-ons who starred at Back Bay high schools.
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