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NEWS
July 9, 2002
DANA POINT - The Newport Harbor Baseball Association Bronco A All-Star Team (ages 11-12) got its revenge Tuesday at the expense of Fountain Valley A. Newport's 4-1 win Tuesday at the Dana Point Invitational gave the Bronco team third place in the tournament, taking some of the sting out of an earlier 10-6 tournament loss to Fountain Valley. Steady pitching and a few timely hits gave Newport the win. Newport starter Nick Svendsen pitched five strong innings, allowing no runs and one hit while striking out four.
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NEWS
March 30, 2001
The Newport-Mesa sixth grade girls National Junior Basketball team ripped out three straight wins to win the NJB Rawlings All-Net National Tournament last weekend. On Saturday morning at Chapman University, Newport-Mesa pulled out a 32-14 win over Escondido. Sami Field-Polisso led the way with 13 points, while Ivy Melo added nine and Allie Duernberger chipped in seven. Laura Boggein and Kaily Carich led the club with strong rebounding and solid defense.
NEWS
August 1, 2003
The Newport Beach Little League AAA tournament team closed out its all-star season with a 3-2 loss to Laguna Hills in the 9-and 10-year-old District 55 tournament. Laguna Hills tallied three consecutive hits with one out in the bottom of the sixth to plate the two deciding runs. Newport was led by the strong pitching of Sandon Griffin, who went all six innings with five strikeouts and no walks. Of Griffin's 65 pitches, 48 were for strikes and he allowed only five hits and one run. He also added a hit in the fifth inning.
NEWS
January 31, 2000
Joseph Boo CORONA DEL MAR - Well, Corona del Mar High's girls basketball team finally ended it's 18-game losing streak against Back Bay rival Newport Harbor at home on Saturday. Despite the 48-21 score, the win wasn't pretty, it wasn't emphatic, it wasn't a league win, and it didn't embarrass the Sailors the same way Newport did against CdM for so many years. But it was a win,and CdM will take that gladly. "We just wanted to beat them," CdM Coach Elbert Davis said.
NEWS
By Paul Anderson and Brianna Bailey | June 9, 2009
Embattled Newport Beach Police Chief John Klein has announced that he would step down, officials said Tuesday. The surprising announcement about Klein, who has been assailed by union leaders in recent weeks for the way he was promoted, was made at a City Council meeting. He will leave the top post later this month. The city’s Civil Service Board is investigating the way the city promotes its officers after it has come to light that City Manager Home Bludau did not follow the correct procedure when promoting him to top cop two years ago. Bludau has said he thought he followed the right protocol and wanted to promote from within because he felt that was best for morale.
NEWS
January 15, 2003
Newport Harbor High's Trisha Orth headed a ball into the net three and a half minutes into the game, but Aliso Niguel's Christina Paet equalized later in the period and the two Sea View League teams finished deadlocked, 1-1, Tuesday at Newport. Senior Taryn Flamson took a corner kick from Amy Burlingham and passed it to the top of the six-yard box where Orth headed it in. Sailor goalkeeper Kara DeMille made five of her six saves in the second half, a half that saw the Wolverines, 5-3-4, 0-0-2 in league, and ranked ninth in CIF Southern Section Division I, outshoot Newport, 6-4. The Sailors, 3-6-5, 1-0-1 in league, outshot the visitors, 7-2, in the first half.
NEWS
July 12, 2002
Barry Faulkner IRVINE - For the better part of five innings, San Clemente Little League pitcher Tim Troyer appeared to have mastered the principles of jet propulsion in the winner's bracket semifinal of the District 55 Majors Division All-Star Tournament Wednesday night at Hicks Canyon Park. But then came what Newport Beach National Manager Bob Rovzar later called "a rocket ship" to right field, interrupting San Clemente's orbit into Saturday's winner's bracket final.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | December 7, 2006
IRVINE — Newport Harbor High's Cameron Monahan was the league's leading scorer last year, so at first glance it might not make sense to see him between the pipes. Actually, goalie was his first position and it remains a favorite, even after eight years in roller hockey. So he was happy to comply on Wednesday night. Monahan stopped seven shots and the Sailors beat rival Corona del Mar, 7-1, at the Irvine Roller Hockey Center in an Interscholastic Hockey Federation JV-A game.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brianna Bailey | October 1, 2009
Taiko drummers, children dancing to traditional Mexican folk songs, and a French plein air painter will all be a part of the giant melting pot Sunday at the Newport Beach Sister City International Festival. The free event will celebrate Newport’s relationship with the cities of Antibes, France, Okazaki, Japan, and Ensenada, Mexico. “It’s going to be like an old-fashioned family day in the park,” said event organizer Connie Skibba, who has been a part of the Newport Beach Sister City Assn.
FEATURES
By Submitted by Mary Pat Hastings | August 19, 2009
The Newport Beach Bat Rays’ Ben Humphreys hit 10 home runs in six games during the Cooperstown Dreams Park Tournament in New York last week. Humphreys had two consecutive games where he hit three home runs including a grand slam in each. In Wednesday night’s first playoff game, the Bat Rays were up 11-2 in the fourth inning when Humphreys’ walk-off grand slam ended the game by the mercy rule. The Newport Beach Bat Rays Blue team finished in a tie for 17th out of the 104 teams in the 12-year-old division from across the country.
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