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February 16, 2001
SAN DIMAS - Corona del Mar High boys basketball coach Paul Orris said he kept a few hole cards from San Dimas Coach Gary Prestesater, on hand to scout the Sea Kings' 54-41 first-round win at Garbrielino in Wednesday's CIF Southern Section Division III-AA opener. But, in tonight's second-round clash, 7:30 at the Saints gym, Orris will likely need his best hand to upset the No. 2-seeded Valle Vista League champions (23-3). The Sea Kings (12-16) won their initial playoff confrontation for the 11th time in 12 postseason appearances under Orris, in his 15th season at the varsity helm.
NEWS
May 21, 2004
For the first time in the program's four-year history, the Sage Hill School boys tennis team will play in the CIF Southern Section Division V quarterfinals. The third-seeded Lightning rolled past visiting and previously undefeated San Dimas, 14-4, in a second-round match at Park Newport Thursday. Sage Hill will play Cate, a 16-2 winner over Don Bosco Tech, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. A coin flip will determine the site. The Lightning (14-4) claimed all nine doubles sets against San Dimas (16-1)
NEWS
November 19, 2003
The Sage Hill School girls tennis team, seeded No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs, ousted quarterfinal host San Dimas, 16-2, on Tuesday to advance to the Thursday's semifinals against fourth-seeded Malibu (16-2). A coin flip today at the section office will determine the home team. Freshman Stephanie Langer paced the Lightning with a sweep at No. 1 singles, while Nos. 2 and 3 singles players, Sarah Geocaris and Alle Hsu, respectively, also swept.
LOCAL
January 31, 2007
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. COSTA MESA Jan. 23 Roger Jeffry Erickson, 61, Costa Mesa Dan James Richardson, 22, Irvine Sarkis Rushanian, 70, Santa Ana Gregory Roy Hoffman, 54, Costa Mesa Andrew Derek Fowler, 36, Costa Mesa Jan. 24 Wilmer Alexander Cornejo, 40, Costa Mesa Jon Creig Gillern, 48, Costa Mesa Thursday Jacqualine Christine Quijada, 20, Newport Beach Natalie Elizabeth Vechere, 42, Costa Mesa Michael Leroy Picht, 55, Costa Mesa Friday Jeffrey Samuel Perlin, 22, Costa Mesa Mike Dean Meyer, 32, Costa Mesa Phillip John Nolan, 59, Costa Mesa Christina Marie Wirth, 29, Costa Mesa Saturday Tina Marie Montanez, 25, Santa Ana Andrzej Marcin Kalina, 21, Costa Mesa Ernest Michael Valenzuela, 43, San Dimas Alejandro Perez-Palmas, 35, Garden Grove Kevin Ray McCasland, 34, Lake Forest Sunday Jordan Philip Prinzi, 22, Costa Mesa Sean Kent Picquelle, 37, Costa Mesa Ismael Gonzalez, 25, Laguna Hills Monday Richard Leslie Harcourt, 62, Newport Beach NEWPORT BEACH Jan. 24 Sergio Perez, 25, Cypress Edward Michael Tinkle, 59, Studio City Simon Robert Nord, 57, Newport Beach Daniel Ralph Alterio,...
NEWS
February 17, 2001
Tony Altobelli SAN DIMAS - A relentless effort and no fear, that's all Corona del Mar High Coach Paul Orris asks of his boys basketball team. On Friday night, Orris' Sea Kings responded, but still lost, 60-54, to host San Dimas in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division III-AA playoffs. Orris told his players to put out so much effort that it would make the Saints "curse in astonishment," so to speak. CdM's senior guard Idean Shahangian might have had the Saints cursing.
NEWS
July 7, 2000
The Corona del Mar girls under 14 squad from AYSO Region 57 went undefeated in the Irvine Invitational last weekend. In Game 1, CdM tied San Dimas, 3-3, with two goals by Elizabeth Almaraz and a single goal by Courtney Carnahan. Following a no-show win over Hawthorne, CdM defeated San Marcos, 2-1. Almaraz had both goals and strong midfield play was turned in by Natalie Sims, Meredith Hultman and Danielle Morreale. In the finals against Hacienda Heights, Shana Goldberg, Allison Powers and Mallory Reynolds each scored in CdM's 3-0 win. Sara Draffin, Sara Claster, Samantha Singh and Michelle Queyrel each turned in solid efforts to preserve the win. Next up for CdM is the AYSO 2000 National Games in Albuquerque, N.M.
NEWS
May 29, 2004
SALUTING DADS You can honor your father by sending a few paragraphs about what makes him so great, along with a photo, to the Daily Pilot for publication on Father's Day. E-mail to dailypilot@latimes.com is preferred. You also can mail items to 330 W. Bay St., Costa Mesa, CA 92627, Attn. Editorial/Father's Day. Send a self-addressed and stamped envelope if you want items returned. The deadline is June 11. Remember: It's better than buying him another tie. WEATHER Morning drizzle?
NEWS
November 10, 2000
Steve Virgen Corona del Mar - So what if the Corona del Mar girls volleyball team hadn't heard about San Dimas. So what if there was no scouting report about the Saints. All the Sea Kings had to do was realize the meaning of the match. This was the CIF Southern Section Division III-AA playoffs. And CdM relied on what got it there: Intensity, work ethic and classic teamwork, that led to a three-game sweep over visiting San Dimas, 15-2, 15-3, 15-7 Thursday at CdM. The Sea Kings move on to the second round where they will face Nordhoff at a site to be determined today.
NEWS
September 22, 1999
MARRIAGES This information is collected weekly from the Orange County clerk recorder's office in Santa Ana. NEWPORT BEACH Vincent G. Green and Teri R. Linkon, Aug. 29 in Newport Coast. Richard L. Harris and Janice I. Gibson, Aug. 29 in San Clemente. David J. Haupt and Ngaio T. Murray, Aug. 21 in La Jolla. COSTA MESA Peter J. Gray and Maria T. Curtis, Aug. 17 in Santa Ana. Ralph Hulett and Sharon S. Cosper, Aug. 21 in Costa Mesa.
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By Steve Virgen | November 14, 2013
SAN DIMAS - As the players from the Sage Hill School girls' volleyball team pounded kills and aces, a proud father sat in the stands holding up a sign with one word at San Dimas High on Thursday night. Billy Whitford held it up above his head, "Believe," a word that is usually reserved for the underdog, but it certainly applies to the highly regarded Lightning. Sage Hill believes it can live up to its No. 1 seeding in the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs. The Lightning (23-5)
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SPORTS
November 13, 2013
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Sage Hill def. Arrowhead Christian Junior outside hitter Halland McKenna recorded 13 kills and eight service aces as the top-seeded Lightning swept, 25-14, 25-14, 25-13, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 3-A playoffs at home on Tuesday. Sage Hill (22-5), the Academy League co-league champion, plays San Dimas (12-7) in the second round on Thursday at 7 p.m. A coin flip on Wednesday determines the home team. San Dimas, the Valle Vista League champion, defeated Rialto Carter, 25-18, 20-25, 25-23, 18-25, 15-9, in its playoff opener.
LOCAL
May 9, 2007
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. COSTA MESA May 2 Bryan Donald Smith, 29, Ontario Thursday Laura Michelle Fenstermaker, 23, Las Vegas Tyler Rex Dillman, 21, Costa Mesa Martina Maurie Gomez, 25, Costa Mesa Cynthia Gayle Newkirk, 53, San Bernardino Lisette Maria Sand, 34, Laguna Beach Lane Craig Longhurst, 33, San Diego Friday Mark Warren Hanson, 37, Costa Mesa Brian Patrick Havens, 31, Orange Stephanie Carolina Melendez, 23, Costa Mesa Saturday Jose Antonio Ortiz, 28, Costa Mesa Fallon Christine McClendon, 23, Costa Mesa Margarita Bautista, 47, Costa Mesa Ryan Smith, 62, Costa Mesa Sunday Tawny Elizabeth Shumaker, 24, Lake Forest Blanca Rubilisa Pelayo, 24, La Puente Jay Dylan Arneson, 24, Chandler, Ariz.
NEWS
October 7, 2006
1. Neighbors of a group home for addicts battling drug and alcohol problems recently convinced the facility's managers to drop a bid for a permit from Newport Beach and move their large-group meetings to Costa Mesa. What is the name of this organization? A. Sobriety by the Sea B. Sober Living by the Sea C. Sober Living by the Ocean D. Sober Living by the NIMBYs 2. The Irvine Co. has told the "Donut Derelict" car show organizers they're no longer welcome to hold their Saturday gatherings in the Crystal Cove Promenade.
NEWS
By By Alicia Robinson | January 19, 2006
Newport-Mesa's congressmen back most of proposed reform but balk at travel strictures.Newport-Mesa's congressmen said Wednesday they'll back lobbying reforms proposed this week by their GOP colleagues, Rep. David Dreier of San Dimas, and House Speaker Dennis Hastert. If the reforms are approved, it could mean the end of federal pork -- at least some of it. A reform package could include banning privately funded travel by members of Congress, banning gifts from lobbyists, barring special access Congress-members-turned-lobbyists get to the House floor and gym, and -- what some consider the most significant reform -- ending the practice of earmarks, by which members of Congress slip funding for pet projects into bills.
NEWS
November 19, 2004
Bryce Alderton Corona del Mar High girls volleyball coach Bill Christiansen's hope at the beginning of the season that his seniors would provide leadership the rest of the team would rally around has come to fruition. If the Sea Kings have encountered any trouble, which hasn't been too often this fall, at least one of the team's nine seniors has usually stepped in to show the way. "At each key position, we have a senior leader," said Christiansen, who leads the top-seeded Sea Kings into tonight's CIF Southern Section Division III-A championship match against third-seeded Nipomo at 7 at Cypress College.
NEWS
November 12, 2004
The Corona del Mar High girls volleyball team, top-seeded in CIF Southern Section Division III-A playoffs, swept visiting San Dimas, 25-7, 25-15, 25-14, in the first round Thursday night. Lindsey Ensign paced the Sea Kings (22-5) with nine kills, 11 digs, one block and one service ace, while teammates Jordan Smith (eight kills) and Traci Lawson (15 assists) sparked the offensive attack against San Dimas (10-9). Corona del Mar will play either San Marino or Santa Ynez in the quarterfinals at 7 p.m. Saturday.
NEWS
June 6, 2004
The Corona del Mar High baseball team defeated Pacific Coast League rival Tesoro, 3-1, Saturday at Dodger Stadium to win the CIF Southern Section Division IV championship. The Sea Kings (25-5) extended their season-ending winning streak to 17 games as senior pitcher Blake Contant threw a complete-game, three-hitter to improve to 12-2 this season. It was the fourth win in five postseason games for Contant, who benefited from an eight-hit attack. Tesoro (20-11)
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