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NEWS
October 18, 2012
Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol deputies intercepted a boat entering Newport Harbor Thursday afternoon and found 16 suspected illegal immigrants on board. Harbor Patrol dispatcher Brian Stanley said deputies saw the boat coming into the harbor near the "8" marker about 4:38 p.m. Five women and 11 men were found on the boat, and deputies called the Border Patrol for assistance. As of about 6:30 p.m., Stanley said, Border Patrol agents were investigating the situation.
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SPORTS
December 4, 2012
BOYS' BASKETBALL Newport Harbor 51, Kennedy 44 BUENA PARK - Robbie Rettig and Nic Sargeant scored 12 points each for the Sailors to open the Coyote Classic at Buena Park High Tuesday. Kevin Rakestraw grabbed 10 rebounds and Zach Wade dished out six assists for Newport Harbor (2-0), which plays against Santa Fe Thursday again at Buena Park. * Fairmont Prep 72, Sage Hill 59 NEWPORT COAST - The Lightning lost their first game of the season in their Ueberroth Hoops Classic Tuesday.
NEWS
By Len Bose | November 21, 2012
I am taking a new approach to Newport Beach's most interesting boats this year by limiting the list to 10. The previous four lists have contained 20 boats, both power and sail. To qualify, the boat must have resided in Newport Harbor for most of the year and not have been on last year's list. Not an easy task in today's time and with our city's recent tideland rent increases. Most of the boats are custom and have been in the harbor for a long time. To be honest, I am just hoping to get the listing on these boats, or at least be invited aboard.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner and By Barry Faulkner | December 8, 2012
BUENA PARK - Bob Torribio teaches history at Newport Harbor High. But in this his first season as the Sailors' boys' basketball coach, he is interested in rewriting his program's recent history. Coming off four straight losing seasons, Torribio's Sailors forged a 4-0 start, the program's best since the 2005-06 season. But that run came to and end in a 78-63 loss to Villa Park in the championship game of the Coyote Classic on Saturday at Buena Park High. Now, Torribio is hoping recent history does not repeat itself.
SPORTS
October 5, 2012
Newport Harbor High tailback Talalelei Teaupa suffered a bruised kidney and backup Chance Siemonsma a severe concussion and strained neck during the Sailors' 35-0 road loss against Edison on Thursday, said a source familiar with the situation. The source said Teaupa, a senior, might return next week for the Sailors' Sunset League game against Fountain Valley and Siemonsma, a sophomore, in two to three weeks. The injuries are the latest to rock Newport Harbor (2-4, 0-1 in league)
NEWS
By Steve Virgen | March 13, 2012
Paul Tadross has racked up 170 hours of volunteer work at Hoag Hospital. He started a senior-freshman mentor program at Newport Harbor High School, where he is the ASB president. Now he can add another impressive note to his résumé. Tadross, 17, was honored as one of two Toshiba Classic Scholarship Fund recipients during a breakfast Tuesday at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa. Tadross and Mission Viejo's Drew Gleason each received a $10,000 scholarship. They were chosen from 12 high school senior finalists who all received a Toshiba laptop computer.
SPORTS
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 14, 2012
The Newport Harbor High boys' basketball season began much the same way as last season. Brian Robbs is well aware of how the Sailors won early, reached the Coyote Classic title game at Buena Park High. The trip to the championship game in their first tournament this past week ended the same way as last season's finale: a loss. The difference this season is the Sailors have continued to win after their first setback. The difference this season, Robbs said, is the Sailors believe they can win every time they step on the court.
NEWS
June 24, 2003
Newport Harbor emerged victorious at the Corona del Mar Pony Baseball Father's Day baseball tournament for 14-year-olds with a 6-1 victory over the hosts on June 15 at Eastbluff Park. Harbor's pitching, including starter Drew Harris and relievers Jarrett Daniel and Nathan Todd, limited Corona del Mar to four hits and struck out 12. Offensively, Newport Harbor scored in five of the seven innings, collecting 10 hits and striking out just twice. Tom Southern got things started for Newport Harbor with a solo home run in the second inning.
NEWS
October 16, 1999
Joseph Boo NEWPORT BEACH - In Newport Harbor High's 11-4 nonleague boys water polo win over visiting Laguna Beach, goalie Tim Birdsong was an unlikely offensive star. Birdsong recorded five assists in the game and routinely set up nice scoring opportunities for the Sailors. "We really scored a lot," Newport Harbor co-coach Brian Kreutzkamp said. "We had a lot of good scoring opportunities and chances and I'm really happy with it." While Birdsong gave, Ryan Cook took.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | October 26, 2012
Curtis Fink has a certain passion for the sport of water polo. That might help explain how, at 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, he is believed to have drawn the most exclusions this year for the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team. And if he is fouled outside of five meters, the senior can certainly put the shot away. "I think he's one of the better offensive players in CIF," Newport Harbor Coach Robert Lynn said. "He's drawing a lot of exclusions, and he's doing well off the drives.
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