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November 24, 2008
The Orange Coast College women’s volleyball team will open the Southern California Regional playoffs at home against Pasadena City College tonight at 7. The Pirates (18-4) are the No. 8 seed in the regionals, while the Lancers (16-6), tied for second in the South Coast Conference, are the No. 11 seed. The Pirates finished third in the Orange Empire Conference, winning five of their last six matches to do so, including solid triumphs over Cypress and Golden West College.
October 6, 2001
Steve Virgen COSTA MESA - There are two seemingly painful facts for the Orange Coast College football team as it hosts Pasadena City tonight at 7. And only one fact the Pirates can change to favor them. Fact: The Bucs will be without defensive standouts Marvin Simmons (abdominal strain), Dan Stringer (elbow) and Travis Loidolt (torn anterior cruciate ligament) for the rest of the season. OCC Coach Mike Taylor said Simmons and Stringer qualify for medical redshirts and will return next season.
By Barry Faulkner | September 8, 2012
PASADENA - After seeing its chances at victory halted on its first offensive play of overtime in its season opener, the Orange Coast College football team showed it could close strong in a 27-10 victory at Pasadena City College on Saturday. The Pirates scored 10 points in the final 67 seconds of the first half to take a 13-7 lead. The visitors then scored a pair of touchdowns within a 66-second span late in the game to clinch their first victory of the season. While four interceptions spelled doom for OCC the previous week against visiting Moorpark, the Pirates shrugged off three turnovers against the Lancers, including a lost fumble on the opening kickoff.
April 1, 2001
PASADENA - The Newport Harbor High's distance medley relay squad won first place at the Pasadena Games at Pasadena City College Saturday, as the Sailors' boys track and field team completed some personal best times. Harbor's distance medley relay consisted of junior Jesus Santana, who ran the 1,200, senior Rich Weber ran the 400, senior John Peschelt took the baton for the 800 and senior Chris McMillen completed the victory with his run in the 1,600.
From Times Community News and KTLA-5 reports | February 14, 2012
Presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich promised to drive down the price of gasoline and change the culture in Washington during a Southern California fundraising tour that included stops in Newport Beach, Tustin and Pasadena. He emphasized lower gas prices during his Monday night stop at the Island Hotel in Newport Beach, according to an interview with the Orange County Register. "I think we focus on very big ideas like $2-a-gallon gasoline, 4% unemployment, allowing young people to have personal Social Security savings accounts, and we rebuild our momentum," he told the newspaper.
By Mona Shadia | March 30, 2010
Esther Gordon said she’s devastated by the loss of a beloved Costa Mesa family’s son who grew up with her children. Norman Schureman, 50, a professor at the Pasadena Art Center College of Design, was gunned down while at a Persian New Year celebration March 20. His funeral was Saturday, and he was memorialized Sunday. “There’s nothing I can say other than the fact that it’s a sad, sad situation, such a loss, such an untimely death,” Gordon said.
By Barry Faulkner | September 16, 2007
COSTA MESA — Pasadena is known for its parade route, but this was ridiculous. The Orange Coast College football team spent more time in Pasadena territory Saturday than New Year’s Day busses full of bands, drill teams and float technicians. But all the Pirates had to show for it was a 27-25 loss to the visiting Lancers in a Mission Conference inter-division clash that will likely have OCC players and coaches long lamenting missed scoring opportunities. The Pirates (1-2)
By Dominic Perrone | September 24, 2006
COSTA MESA — Like a boil, the offense of the Orange Coast College football team sat and festered through the first three games of the season. It was only a matter of time before it exploded. With a little pricking from a helpful defense the Pirates' offense exploded all over Pasadena College for six touchdowns. The aftermath, a 42-29 nonconference victory at home Saturday for Orange Coast and a 4-0 record for the first time since 1991. But nobody on the Pirates exploded more than sophomore quarterback Kekoa Crowell.
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