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By Steve Virgen | December 26, 2009
In the stands on the pool deck at Newport Harbor High there was a life-size poster of Kaleigh Gilchrist for the girls’ water polo home opener last week. It wasn’t a cutout picture of Gilchrist shooting into a cage. Instead, the poster — made by her friend Chris Craib — was of her with a surfboard, signifying her prowess as a surfer. Gilchrist juggles her schedule with the ocean waves and the tussling in the waters of the pool. She’s about to improvise some more next month.
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SPORTS
July 20, 2009
BY TONY LEE The word regatta is associated with admiral’s caps, blue blazers, white pants and drinks at the yacht club, but the 43rd annual Governor’s Cup was much more than that. The eclectic mix of 12 teams from all over the world participated in a top-notch sailing tournament and enjoyed tons of social activities provided by the host Balboa Yacht Club. But as the saying goes, all good things have to come to an end, and after the Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron defeated the two-time Gov Cup champions Newport Harbor Yacht Club Sunday, the regatta was over.
SPORTS
By BY TONY LEE | July 18, 2009
NEWPORT BEACH — Many champions are greeted with flowers and fanfare, but in the 43rd annual Governor’s Cup International Junior Match Racing Championship, the final four teams are welcomed with water balloons. However, the water balloons were as innocent as the children and teenagers throwing them and epitomized the fun nature of the Gov Cup in and out of the competition. “The Gov Cup’s probably the funnest event I’ve ever been to,” Cruising Yacht Club of Australia bowman Keiran Searle said.
SPORTS
By BY TONY LEE | July 18, 2009
Girls can get away with seemingly everything and that’s the way Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron’s Susannah Pyatt, Danielle Bowater and Taylor Holland like it. Even with the disappointing 11th place finish in this year’s Governor’s Cup International Junior Match Racing Championship, the only all-female team in the tournament’s history is first for a number of fans. “We got heaps of support,” said Bowater, Royal New Zealand’s middle-woman.
SPORTS
By BY TONY LEE | July 17, 2009
NEWPORT BEACH — The waves were smooth and the wind was brisk for the 43rd annual Governor’s Cup International Junior Match Racing Championship Friday, but unlike the run-of-the-mill weather conditions, it was arguably the most chaotic day of the tournament. The third day of the Gov Cup provided many firsts, ranging from the undefeated Royal New Zealand Yacht Squadron suffering its first loss, the Gov Cup’s first ruling protest and a social bonfire for the competitors.
SPORTS
July 11, 2009
The Balboa Yacht Club’s 43rd annual Governor’s Cup International Junior Match Racing Championship will feature yachts from New Zealand, Australia, United Kingdom and two from the Newport-Mesa area, Tuesday through July 19. Racing will take place in the ocean near the Newport Pier Wednesday through July 19 in the afternoons. This year, 13 yachts will race against each other in a round robin tournament style. Newport Harbor Yacht Club is seeking its third straight Governor’s Cup. For additional information, go to www.govcupracing.
NEWS
June 9, 2009
Olive Millicent Maxwell 1922-2009 It is with deep regret that we have to announce the passing of Olive Millicent Maxwell, nee Hagen. Olive was born April 20th 1922, in England, to Carl and Winnifred Hagen nee Holland. Dear sister of Joan Crowch, nee Hagen, deceased. Ronald Hagen, now residing in New Zealand. Kenneth Hagen, deceased. Winnifred Clarke nee Hagen, residing in England, and Maurice Hagen, deceased. Olive is survived by numerous nieces and nephews residing in, Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand and Australia.
FEATURES
January 6, 2009
NORTH NARRABEEN, Australia — For the second straight year, Courtney Conlogue, a junior at Sage Hill School, finished third after being eliminated in the semifinals of the Assn. of Surfing Professionals World Junior Championships Tuesday. In the semifinals, Conlogue lost to France’s Pauline Ado, who went on to capture the women’s title after beating Bethany Hamilton in the final. Conlogue, who won the 2008 Governor’s Cup at the National Scholastic Surfing Assn.
LOCAL
By Steve Virgen | October 14, 2008
Elizabeth Eddy, a junior at Newport Harbor High, was one of 21 to be named to the U.S. Under-17 Women’s National Team that will play at the 2008 FIFA Women’s World Cup in New Zealand Oct. 28-Nov. 16. She will represent the U.S. in the tournament that will have a world championship for the under-17 level for the first time. Since August, Eddy has been sparingly training with the team and Coach Kazbek Tambi in New Jersey. Eddy was told at a dinner after a practice that she made the team.
SPORTS
September 6, 2008
Michael Cooke The United States Tennis Association (USTA) recently announced that Robert Duesler of Newport Beach, CA has been selected to play tennis for the USA Jack Crawford Cup team at the 28th ITF Seniors/ Super-Seniors World Team Championships being held October 12 – 18, in Antalya, Turkey. The United States will be defending championships in six of the 19 divisions at the Men’s and Women’s Senior & Super-Senior Championships. The American teams finished 1st or 2nd in 12 of the 19 divisions last year.
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