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April 13, 2013
BOYS' LACROSSE Corona del Mar 11, Thousand Oaks CORONA DEL MAR — The Sea Kings improved to 12-0 and increased their winning streak to 36 straight games after their victory Saturday. Senior Jack Ortlieb had five goals for CdM. Sophomore goalie Hoyt Crance anchored the defense with seven saves. Seniors Casey Mix (one goal, four assists), Brett Nelson (two goals, one assist), Todd Kitzens (one assist) and Chris Von Der Ahe (one assist) as well as sophomores Ben Palitz (two goals)
April 10, 2013
The Estancia High boys' tennis team knew it needed to win Tuesday to have any shot at earning a share of the Orange Coast League championship. Thanks in much part to a sweep from their No. 1 doubles team, the Eagles earned a huge 10-8 victory at Laguna Beach. Estancia (13-5) and the Breakers are tied for first place in the league standings at 5-1. The win was a bit of an upset as the Eagles are ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division 4 and Laguna Beach is No. 2 Matt Thomas and Robert Marrone swept at No. 1 doubles, 7-5, 6-4, 6-0 for Estancia, which plays host to Godinez on Thursday.
March 13, 2013
Community. That is what fire rings represent in our beach community. A chance for locals, and not-so-local people, to come together and go to the beach to have an outdoor experience on which quality lives and quality memories are built: celebrations of birthdays, wedding receptions, Fourth of July parties, personal-growth ceremonies, religious ceremonies and more. If you have not noticed, perfectly planned communities such as Newport Coast and Irvine lack a sense of community.
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | March 8, 2013
NEWPORT COAST - It began to rain hard as the Corona del Mar High boys' lacrosse team waited for the fourth quarter to begin. While fans took cover, the Sea Kings looked giddy to play in the slick conditions. The players wanted a challenge. They couldn't find one on Friday. Someone said only lightning could've stopped the Sea Kings, and not the Lightning from Sage Hill. The host Lightning struggled to keep up with CdM throughout the cold night. For Sage Hill's sake, with the clock running, the final 12 minutes went by fast.
March 1, 2013
Mr. Ronald G. McMackin, of Crystal Cove and Mrs. Meredith J. McMackin, of Newport Coast, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Casey Jeanette to Mr. Sean Frank Calcagnie, son of Kevin and Peggy Calcagnie of Coto de Caza.  Miss McMackin graduated with honors from the University of Southern California and is an Account Executive employed at Irvine Technology Corporation.  Mr. Calcagnie graduated from the University of Southern California...
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | February 26, 2013
NEWPORT COAST - The sun began to set in the top of the seventh inning at Sage Hill School on Tuesday. It was getting late, and with no lights, the team needed Max Strohman to finish off Tarbut V'Torah before it got dark. Not everything went as planned in Sage Hill's 4-3 nonleague win. That tends to happen in the first baseball game of the season. With Sage Hill leading by two runs in the seventh, the first batter Strohman faced reached second base after a throwing error on an infield single.
By Jill Cowan | February 26, 2013
Passing through the thick double doors of The Resort at Pelican Hill's employee entrance feels a little like going to school. The broad, windowless corridor has the kind of floor that's good for rolling carts and making shoes squeak. The white walls are plastered with handmade collages and bulletin boards announcing upcoming events; and banners touting values like hard work and collaboration hung from the ceiling. While first-time visitors may note sweeping views of the coast, or the quiet calm of one of the more authentic Tuscan-style villages outside of, well, Tuscany, it's what happens back here, said Managing Director Giuseppe Lama, that has helped the Newport Coast resort earn its most recent accolade: five stars from Forbes Travel Guide.
By Jeremiah Dobruck | February 6, 2013
When Mihir Worah, managing director at the asset management giant Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO), arrived in Newport Beach, he had a quibble. "I moved to Orange County about 10 years ago, and I'm always complaining about how folks here don't care about science, and they're not excited," the particle physicist said. His son attends Sage Hill School on Newport Coast, so when administrators asked Worah to join a team advising the private college preparatory academy how to build a science center that would benefit the county, he agreed.
By Lauren Williams | December 19, 2012
A man accused of killing his wife at their Newport Coast home and leaving her body on the U.S. side of the Mexican border was released from jail Wednesday, court records show. Peter Gregory Chadwick, 48, who is charged with murder, posted bail and was released from jail at 1:47 a.m., jail records show. One of the sentencing enhancements against him, murder for financial gain, was dropped, court records show. The charge carried "special circumstance enhancements," meaning his penalty could have been enhanced upon conviction.
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