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May 24, 2002
CORONA DEL MAR - Reds pitcher Matt Hauser retired the first 18 batters he faced, allowing only one walk and one run Corona del Mar Pony Reds' complete-game victory over the Newport Harbor Bulls, 4-1. The Reds enter the final week of the season in first place in CdM Pony standings with one regular season game remaining. The first Bulls' hit came with two out in the top of the seventh inning. Matt Burgner, John Angelo and Jake Whebben each had two hits for the Reds, with Sean Amoroso, William O'Brien and Hauser each collecting one hit. Richie Sorenson, Ben Witte, Jason Paulson and Eric Seagondollar played well defensively.
NEWS
June 12, 2004
The Padres battled back from a 9-6 deficit to overtake the Reds, 17-12, in the Costa Mesa National Little League Farm Division championship game June 5. The Padres scored four runs in the bottom of the fourth inning to take a 13-10 lead they wouldn't relinquish. The Reds took a 3-0 lead in the first, but the Padres scored five times in their half of the inning. Garrett Deutsch (3 for 4, three runs) led off the inning with a triple and scored first run on a single by Bill Crosson (3 for 4, three RBIs)
NEWS
April 5, 2001
The Newport Beach Little League Majors Division Angels held off a late rally to defeat the Reds, 7-6. Geoffrey Grant pitched three scoreless innings for the Angels, while Barrett Hendrickson, Andy Rovzar and Michael Page contributed key hits. The Reds were led by Brett Bartlet, Brian Burk and Andrew Silva. In other Majors Division action: Mariners 5, Yankees 2 - Tom Solis struck out six over three innings, while Willie Harrison threw three shutout innings in relief to lead the Mariners over the Yankees.
NEWS
June 4, 2004
Michael Borchard struck out five and walked one to lead the Reds to a 3-0 victory over the Angels in the Newport Beach Little League Majors championship game May 27. Borchard went six innings and received strong defensive support from catcher Joey Booth, second baseman Mattias Russo Larsson and Will Morrow. The Reds (19-3) did all their scoring in the first. Sean Tokuyama and Booth each singled while Borchard walked to load the bases with no outs.
NEWS
March 16, 2000
NEWPORT BEACH - The Braves opened the season with a 6-3 win over the Reds in Newport Beach Little League, AA Division action. Pitchers Evan Zoller and Tyler Ellis held the Reds to five hits and two earned runs, while Zak Warsaw, James Gray, Martin Ostrowsky and Andrew Dilynas played solid defensively. Key hits came off the bats of Jordan Taormina, Paul Knezevic, Andrew Dialynas and James Gray, while Matt Lutton and Matt Bergner played a good, all-around game.
NEWS
May 28, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - In a pitcher's duel of mammoth proportions, the Yankees edged the Reds, 1-0, in Newport Beach Little League Majors Division action Tuesday. Jake Lemmerman of the Reds and Vinnie Saint John of the Yankees put on a stellar display of pitching. Lemmerman struck out 10 over six innings, while Saint John fanned 12 over the same period. In the seventh inning, Patrick Marin-Finn's sacrifice fly scored Robbie Lusk with the game's lone run in the seventh inning to win it for the Yankees.
NEWS
April 3, 2003
The Reds erased a 6-4 third-inning deficit to earn the victory over the Yankees, 13-8, in six innings in Newport Beach Little League Majors division play. Michael Borchard collected two hits, two RBIs and had two runs scored with Sean Tokuyama and Will Morrow each tallying one hit with two RBIs and two runs scored. Borchard and Joe Frey combined to strike out six Yankees combined while Brent Weinberger pitched solidly for the Yankees. Matt Morris, Eric Morris, Weinberger, John Christian and Nico Napolitano each hit well for the Yankees.
NEWS
March 6, 2003
Nine runs in the top of the seventh inning broke a 2-2 tie and gave the Reds an 11-2 victory over the Diamondbacks in the opening game of the Newport Beach Little League Majors division Saturday. Joey Booth started the scoring with an RBI single with the bases loaded and Kevin Wang, Dylan Davis and Will Morrow all had RBIs during the rally. Joe Frey preserved the victory, holding the D-backs scoreless in the bottom of the seventh. The D-backs received steady starting pitching from Fletcher Della Grotta, who held the Reds scoreless over three innings, as he faced only 10 batters.
NEWS
May 23, 2002
NEWPORT BEACH - Both offenses came to play in the high-scoring affair that ended with a Reds victory, sending the team to the playoffs. With the win, the Reds secured third place and a spot in the upcoming playoffs in the Bronco Division of the Newport Harbor Baseball Association. Michael McKay made a solid defensive play, making a diving catch to help start a double play for the Reds. Offensively the Reds were led by Nick Svendsen (2 for 3, three RBIs)
NEWS
April 27, 2002
When the Rockies took on the Marlins and then faced the Reds, the score didn't matter, yet the big plays were the highlights in Costa Mesa National Little League Farm Division action. Against the Marlins, the Rockies' Adam Ward slammed two doubles and two singles, while teammate Aaron Wood added three singles and two runs scored, and Maliah Murtha belted three doubles and scored three runs. Jesse Paz also scored three runs for the Rockies, and Noah Jeyarajah (two hits and a run scored)
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By Steve Virgen and By Steve Virgen | March 14, 2014
To many, the fantastic weather slated for Newport Beach this weekend isn't much of a surprise. The same could be said of the Toshiba Classic's first-round leader. That would be Bernhard Langer. The two-time Masters champion, who won the Toshiba Classic in 2008, is the hottest golfer on the Champions Tour. He shot eight-under-par 63 Friday at Newport Beach Country Club and takes a two-shot lead into Saturday's second round. It was Langer's 12th straight sub-par round. He has shot below par in 19 of his last 20 rounds.
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NEWS
March 6, 2014
Calling all tomato lovers: More than 150 varieties of tomatoes will be on sale this weekend as part of the annual Tomatomania! event at Roger's Gardens in Newport Beach. Friday through Sunday, patrons can browse the wide assortment of heirloom and hybrid tomato seedlings. Visitors are also invited to attend various tomato-related events, such as seminars on the basics of tomato-growing and on how to grow tomatoes in a small space. For more information, rogersgardens.com . - Emily Foxhall Twitter: @emfoxhall
SPORTS
December 14, 2013
The Newport-Mesa Wildcats of the boys' third- and fourth-grade division picked up their first win of the season over the previously undefeated Big Red, 34-33. Dylan Li led all scorers with 16, while Jordan Stucki added 15 for the Wildcats. Scott Truninger added 12 rebounds, while Rod Oskouian chipped in with a bucket and four rebounds. Peter Bonin, Dylan Nguyenhuu and Ryan Martin all played their best games of the season. - Reader submission
SPORTS
November 27, 2013
NEWPORT HARBOR •A record day turned in by both junior quarterback Cole Norris and senior wide receiver Quest Truxton saved Newport Harbor High's season last week. Norris passed for 474 yards and five touchdowns, both Newport Harbor single-game school records, and Truxton caught 14 passes for 233 yards and four touchdowns, all three are Newport Harbor single-game records. The duo led the Sailors to a 49-48 upset of top-seeded La Habra in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs at Davidson Field.
NEWS
November 11, 2013
The American Red Cross has activated family tracing services for area residents hoping to make contact with loved ones missing in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan. Orange County residents can initiate tracking cases by calling the Red Cross' local chapter at (714) 481-5300. Concerned residents can also email the agency at sos@redcross.org.ph , or go to familylinks.icrc.org . The Red Cross has asked Southern California residents to continue to try to reach missing family members - bearing in mind that many phone lines are still down - before initiating a tracking case.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 23, 2013
IRVINE - While a handful of his players were toppling like lawn ornaments under siege from drive-by Halloween vandals, UC Irvine men's soccer coach George Kuntz kept his eye on the scoreboard and his energy on asking his team for more. Kuntz got what he wanted with the Anteaters' 2-0 home Big West Conference South Division victory over UC Riverside on Wednesday. The win kept UCI (8-4-3, 3-2-1 in conference) in the thick of the title hunt in the four-team division race. UCI moved into a second-place tie with Cal State Fullerton in the South Division, two points behind No. 5-ranked Cal State Northridge (4-1-1 in conference)
NEWS
August 17, 2013
There will be a blood drive Tuesday in the Emergency Operations Center next to the Costa Mesa Police Department at 99 Fair Drive. Costa Mesa is partnering with the American Red Cross to host the drive from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., according to a news release from the city. There will be a limited number of walk-ins available, but online reservations are encouraged. To donate blood, participants must be healthy, 17 or older and at least 110 pounds. With signed parental consent, 16-year-olds can also donate.
NEWS
By Beau Nicolette | August 16, 2013
Newport Harbor residents raised concerns about having to pay for a 10-foot buffer around their docks during a meeting Thursday on how to implement a multiyear plan to increase dock fees. The workshop at the OASIS Senior Center was not meant to challenge the fees but to gather input for the Newport Beach City Council. The council in December approved increasing docking fees for residential piers on state-owned, city-administered tidelands from a flat $100 annually to 52.5 cents per square foot of usable dock space.
NEWS
August 1, 2013
It's hard to miss a 10-foot high red backpack in the middle of John Wayne Airport, but travelers have an additional incentive to keep an eye out for it. Those who take a picture of someone with the backpack, found in Terminal C between gates 14 and 15 until Aug. 12, can enter to win two tickets to an Angels game, according to a news release. The backpack is the Orange County version of the national "If You See Something, Say Something" campaign, whose message is that the public's help in reporting suspicious items is critical to keeping the community safe, according to the release.
NEWS
By Bradley Zint | July 31, 2013
They know it'll be a challenge, but the Costa Mesa Democratic Club wants to paint a red town blue. More than 180 people came to the club's kickoff party Tuesday night at Creative Outlet Studios, a Placentia Avenue facility that will serve as the club's meeting space. The group's charter members are hoping to raise money, build awareness and put more Democrats in Costa Mesa political positions. All five City Council seats, as well as the state and federal offices that represent the city in Sacramento and Washington, D.C., are held by Republicans.
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