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June 6, 2001
The Pacific Coast Bobby Sox girls 11-and-under squad, the Red Rage, won the League Championship Series Saturday and Sunday. In the opener, the Rage took care of Mission Del Norte, 7-2. Pitchers Rene Mycorn and Elena Redelsheimer combined to shut down Mission's offense and advanced the Rage to play Pico Rivera. Redelsheimer pitched a complete-game gem as the Rage defeated Pico Rivera, 2-1. Ali Apgar had a key RBI for the Rage, while Kate Baldoni and Katy Bekken added crucial hits.
NEWS
By: | August 16, 2005
Testimony will continue today in a hearing in Orange County Superior Court to decide whether two men and one woman will stand trial in the alleged killing of a Newport Beach couple. Skylar DeLeon, 26, his wife Jennifer Henderson-DeLeon, 24, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 40, all of Long Beach, are expected to appear in court on charges of murdering Tom and Jackie Hawks, who went missing in November after allegedly selling their yacht. Two other men charged with the murders, Myron Gardner, 42, of Long Beach, and Alonso Machain, 21, of Pico Rivera, will be tried separately, a judge ruled Friday.
LOCAL
March 5, 2008
Editor?s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Newport Beach Feb. 26 Janny Dolson, 29, Irvine Linn ElyMcGregor, 61, Newport Beach Thursday Elizabeth McKee, 24, Newport Beach Robyn Joyce, 81, Newport Beach Friday Stephen Holguin, 41, Garden Grove James Krieger, 35, Newport Beach Mike Garza, 34, Pico Rivera James Hickey, 18, Orange Cardine Delorm, 28, Huntington Beach Saturday Monique Diaz, 25, Newport Beach Juan Barragan-Heredia, 21, Santa Ana Allen Flagg, 58, Newport Beach Sunday David van Gieson, 34, Westminster Mary Hammer, 63, Newport Beach Monday Aaron Tatro, 30, Huntington Beach ?
SPORTS
July 9, 2009
A 12-and-under team, representing Newport Mesa girls’ softball, qualified for the state tournament after finishing third in the OC District payoffs. Newport Mesa will play in the state tournament July 17-19 in San Diego. After an opening round loss to Pico Rivera, Newport Mesa reeled off four consecutive victories in the district tournament to advance to the semifinals. Newport Mesa started its string of victories by defeating Los Angeles Wilshire, 5-0. After four innings, the teams were tied 0-0. In the fifth, Riley Gerdau led off with a single.
NEWS
October 29, 2013
William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson Legendary football coach, Ernie Johnson, 87, of San Juan Capistrano, California passed away at his home on September 15, 2013. Ernie was born October 12, 1925 in Bruceville, Texas to William and Bessie Johnson. The family moved to Fullerton, California in 1927 when Ernie was 2 years old. He attended school from Elementary through Junior College in Fullerton. He played football, basketball, baseball and track at Fullerton High School and Fullerton Junior College.
NEWS
November 8, 2004
Regatta raises big money for CHOC Boaters and their sponsors helped raise more than $50,000 for the Children's Hospital of Orange County during a two-day event held at the Balboa Yacht Club. The weekend's take was well in excess of the roughly $3,800 that sailors raised at last year's regatta. Most of the donations could be traced to one sailor, event co-chairwoman Megan Delaney said. Newport Beach resident Jim Devling, skipper of Campaign II, helped raise about $40,000 for the hospital, Delaney said.
LOCAL
October 28, 2006
The trial of Jennifer Deleon of Long Beach is scheduled to begin next week. She is alleged to have participated in killing Newport Beach couple Thomas and Jackie Hawks in 2004. A Superior Court judge granted a motion Friday to separate her case from two other defendants, including her husband, Skylar Deleon, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Jennifer Deleon, 34, is accused of participating in a murder-for-profit plan that prosecutors say ended in the deaths of the Hawkses, a retired couple who lived aboard their yacht Well Deserved, according to the district attorney.
NEWS
March 10, 2004
These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. NEWPORT BEACH FRIDAY Brock Michael Mills, 26, Newport Beach Richard Alan Hendrickson, 54, Laguna Niguel SATURDAY Chet Zeken, 25, Crystal Lake, Ill. Jenny Lynn Williams, 22, Temecula Daniel Vidal Zamora, 26, Riverside Marvin Rudy Rivas, 28, Garden Grove Christopher William Irvine, 25, Irvine Robert Anthony Rodriguez, 27, Santa Ana Kelly Ann Duffy, 23, Laguna Hills COSTA MESA MONDAY Steven Lewis Cambre, 58, Costa Mesa SUNDAY Jeremy James Evans, 20, Costa Mesa Michole Wade Bergstrom, 29, Van Nuys SATURDAY Julio Luna, 30, Costa Mesa Crisoford Pimentel-Perez, 43, Costa Mesa Francisco Benitez-Mercado, 31, Costa Mesa Omar Kareem Melton, 27, Los Angeles Rafael Herrera-Salgado, 30, Norwalk Christina Deann Felipe, 22, Pico Rivera Jesus Rodriguez, 30, Santa Ana Sarah Ann Mazzola, 22, Costa Mesa FRIDAY Holly Vanessa Levin, 32, Costa Mesa Sarah Beth Garrett, 23, Huntington Beach Michelle Caumiant Zehnder, 51, Costa Mesa THURSDAY Molly Kathleen Wall, 31, Whittier Kymdawn Tessa Heidohrn, 38, Costa Mesa...
SPORTS
June 23, 2007
For just the second time in eight years, the Pacific Coast Girls Fastpitch League had a team in a championship game. At the Santa Ana Father's Day Blast, the PCGFS 10-and-under girls were victorious in both pool play and three tournament games, earning them the opportunity to play in the championship game of the Santa Ana American Softball Assn. Fastpitch Tournament. This team doesn't have any old skipper managing it. The girls have former Major Leaguer Jim Abbott, who used to play for the then-California Angels.
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NEWS
October 29, 2013
William Ernest (Ernie/Coach) Johnson Legendary football coach, Ernie Johnson, 87, of San Juan Capistrano, California passed away at his home on September 15, 2013. Ernie was born October 12, 1925 in Bruceville, Texas to William and Bessie Johnson. The family moved to Fullerton, California in 1927 when Ernie was 2 years old. He attended school from Elementary through Junior College in Fullerton. He played football, basketball, baseball and track at Fullerton High School and Fullerton Junior College.
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SPORTS
July 9, 2009
A 12-and-under team, representing Newport Mesa girls’ softball, qualified for the state tournament after finishing third in the OC District payoffs. Newport Mesa will play in the state tournament July 17-19 in San Diego. After an opening round loss to Pico Rivera, Newport Mesa reeled off four consecutive victories in the district tournament to advance to the semifinals. Newport Mesa started its string of victories by defeating Los Angeles Wilshire, 5-0. After four innings, the teams were tied 0-0. In the fifth, Riley Gerdau led off with a single.
NEWS
By Joseph Serna | October 15, 2008
A retired Newport Beach couple were cordial in November 2004 when they showed two men, now accused of killing them, pictures of their family and newborn grandchild while they showed off the 55-foot boat they were looking to sell, one of the accused killers testified Wednesday. In testimony that brought some audience members to tears and attracted several Newport Beach detectives involved in the case into the courtroom, Alonso Machain, 25, of Pico Rivera, walked jurors and Hawks relatives step-by-step through the plot and slaying of Tom and Jackie Hawks, who only wanted to sell their boat, “Well Deserved,” so they could spend time with their new grandchild in Arizona.
LOCAL
March 5, 2008
Editor?s note: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. As with all suspects, they are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Newport Beach Feb. 26 Janny Dolson, 29, Irvine Linn ElyMcGregor, 61, Newport Beach Thursday Elizabeth McKee, 24, Newport Beach Robyn Joyce, 81, Newport Beach Friday Stephen Holguin, 41, Garden Grove James Krieger, 35, Newport Beach Mike Garza, 34, Pico Rivera James Hickey, 18, Orange Cardine Delorm, 28, Huntington Beach Saturday Monique Diaz, 25, Newport Beach Juan Barragan-Heredia, 21, Santa Ana Allen Flagg, 58, Newport Beach Sunday David van Gieson, 34, Westminster Mary Hammer, 63, Newport Beach Monday Aaron Tatro, 30, Huntington Beach ?
SPORTS
June 23, 2007
For just the second time in eight years, the Pacific Coast Girls Fastpitch League had a team in a championship game. At the Santa Ana Father's Day Blast, the PCGFS 10-and-under girls were victorious in both pool play and three tournament games, earning them the opportunity to play in the championship game of the Santa Ana American Softball Assn. Fastpitch Tournament. This team doesn't have any old skipper managing it. The girls have former Major Leaguer Jim Abbott, who used to play for the then-California Angels.
LOCAL
October 28, 2006
The trial of Jennifer Deleon of Long Beach is scheduled to begin next week. She is alleged to have participated in killing Newport Beach couple Thomas and Jackie Hawks in 2004. A Superior Court judge granted a motion Friday to separate her case from two other defendants, including her husband, Skylar Deleon, according to the Orange County district attorney's office. Jennifer Deleon, 34, is accused of participating in a murder-for-profit plan that prosecutors say ended in the deaths of the Hawkses, a retired couple who lived aboard their yacht Well Deserved, according to the district attorney.
NEWS
By: | August 16, 2005
Testimony will continue today in a hearing in Orange County Superior Court to decide whether two men and one woman will stand trial in the alleged killing of a Newport Beach couple. Skylar DeLeon, 26, his wife Jennifer Henderson-DeLeon, 24, and John Fitzgerald Kennedy, 40, all of Long Beach, are expected to appear in court on charges of murdering Tom and Jackie Hawks, who went missing in November after allegedly selling their yacht. Two other men charged with the murders, Myron Gardner, 42, of Long Beach, and Alonso Machain, 21, of Pico Rivera, will be tried separately, a judge ruled Friday.
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | August 13, 2005
A man accused of murdering a retired Newport Beach couple approached a co-worker several times asking how to dispose of bodies at sea, a Newport Beach Police detective testified at a hearing Friday in Orange County Superior Court. The co-worker refused to help Skylar Deleon, 26, of Long Beach, Det. Sgt. David Byington testified. Byington was the only witness called on the first day of a hearing to decide whether DeLeon and four others, including DeLeon's wife, will stand trial for the alleged killing of Tom and Jackie Hawks.
NEWS
April 16, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Tom and Jackie Hawks wanted their ashes scattered at sea when they died. Instead, police believe, the retired Newport Beach couple were handcuffed, weighted down and thrown over the side of their yacht while still alive. Their bodies have not been found. Five people, including a young married couple, pleaded not guilty Friday morning to charges that they killed Tom Hawks, 57, and Jackie Hawks, 47. All are charged with special circumstances that make them eligible for the death penalty.
NEWS
April 9, 2005
Marisa O'Neil Detectives on Friday arrested the wife of a suspect in the murder of a Newport Beach couple police now say were likely overpowered, handcuffed and thrown overboard their yacht while still alive. Newport Beach Police Department detectives took Jennifer Henderson-DeLeon, 23, into custody Friday afternoon when she went to visit her husband, 25-year-old Skylar DeLeon, at the Orange County Jail. Skylar DeLeon and three other men are already jailed on suspicion of murdering retired couple Tom and Jackie Hawks for financial gain.
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