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May 12, 2007
One more win and the Sage Hill School boys' tennis team will be back to its unwanted destination for the fifth straight year. For the past four seasons, the Lightning have ended their season in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. This year, to get that chance to break that annoying trend, Sage Hill will need to get past San Gabriel, which visits the Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club, for a Division IV second-round match today at 3 p.m. Martin Park, who swept at No. 1 singles in the Lightning's 16-2 win over Linfield Christian Thursday, leads Sage Hill, which won the coin toss to earn the right to host the second-round contest.
NEWS
December 1, 2004
Bryce Alderton Kirk Manley might have been raised in California, but his ties to Scotland run just as deep. They also played a significant role in landing him his new job -- head golf professional at the posh Shady Canyon Golf Club in Irvine. Manley, 36, became the club's second professional in its almost-three-year existence on Sept. 28 after spending the previous nine months as an assistant pro at Candlewood Country Club in Whittier. Manley, who now lives in Newport Beach, replaced Joe Rawlins, who resigned.
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December 14, 1999
When the Spanish colonizers of Southern California arrived here in 1769, they found a land that already had about a quarter of a million occupants. The indigenous tribes, the Shoshonean Indians, were spread out across the San Gabriel and Santa Ana valleys and the Los Angeles plains. Father Juan Crespi, who wrote the first history of the tribe, called the Indians "Gabrielinos." Local Gabrielino settlements included Moyo, which was north of the Newport Bay estuary, and Lukup, which was near the Santa Ana River.
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By: | October 12, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Oct. 5 George Raymond Caro, 19, Santa Ana Thursday Lamyong Lauren Kamtan, 34, Buena Park Nathan Curtis Martin, 27, Laguna Hills James Vincent Severin, 47, Tustin Friday Michael Phillip Hernandez, 26, San Gabriel Kana Makino, 41, Tustin Chris Robb, 26, Alta Loma Oscar G. Saucedo, 24, Costa Mesa Saturday Gartzen Phil Echeverriagrauf, 23, Newport Beach Heather Nicole Estabrook, 26, Costa Mesa Alexie Rodriguez, 34, Costa Mesa Sunday Juan Carlos Fajardo, 36, Costa Mesa Travis Matthew Franklin, 32, Costa Mesa Nicole Renee Hampton, 23, Huntington Beach Keven Andrew Stirdivant, 23, Costa Mesa Monday Miguel Angel Ponce-Aranda, 43, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Oct. 4 Robert Joe Dunning, 49, Long Beach Mark Lee Renta, 24, Irvine Friday Matthew Walter Tatum, 20, Santa Ana Sunday Rodney M. Emrani, 26, Los Angeles
NEWS
December 6, 2010
Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and successful businessman, Anthony Jay Longo passed away December 2, 2010 in the comforting presence of his adoring family, after a courageous battle with lung cancer.  Anthony was 71 years old. Anthony was born February 5, 1939 in Los Angeles, CA to parents John and Shirley Longo.  He grew up in San Gabriel, CA and was a stellar athlete in his youth.  Known as “Tony Tuff”, he lettered in both football and track at Alhambra High School.
NEWS
November 12, 1999
Tony Altobelli NEWPORT BEACH - Upon watching the Newport Harbor High girls volleyball team during warmups, San Gabriel Coach Larry Kanow, with a painful smile, realistically hoped that his team would be able to at least serve 20 times against the mighty Sailors. They managed to reach 31 serves total, but that's where the highlights ended for the Almont League Champions as Newport Harbor moved on to the quarterfinals with a 15-2, 15-3, 15-8 second round win in the CIF Southern Section Division I-AA playoffs.
NEWS
April 4, 2001
The following people have been arrested recently on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA SUNDAY Annette Grubisich, 20, Costa Mesa SATURDAY Laurence Ladd Butkus, 29, San Gabriel FRIDAY Frank Eric Walsh, 38, Costa Mesa Jose Danilo Banuelos, 56, Costa Mesa Chris George Harris, 27, Huntington Beach Kimberley Kelly Arnold, 32, Huntington Beach THURSDAY Teresa Luna, 21, Stanton WEDNESDAY Anthony Jose Mendoza, 31, Orange NEWPORT BEACH SATURDAY Raphael Joseph Taton, 19, Tustin Jeremy Ryan Wolfs, 19, Balboa Carl Red Hudson Jr., 49, Corona Del Mar FRIDAY Jonathan Daniel Newman, 57, San Francisco James Benjamin Ricci, 23, Huntington Beach Tamera Sue Mayers, 33, Huntington Beach THURSDAY Christopher A. Hoy, 31, Huntington Beach WEDNESDAY Kristin Ann Gaylord, 33, Costa Mesa March 24 Jason Christopher Rosser, 21, Long Beach Eric Jackson Loyd, 30, Redwood City Randall Ray Hall, 41, Newport Beach
NEWS
September 30, 2004
Rick Devereux When things are going rough for a football team, everything seems to go wrong. "When you're winning good things happen," Costa Mesa High Coach Tom Baldwin said. "When you're losing bad things happen. It's called momentum. Losing teams find a way to lose. Winning teams that need a fumble or interception late in a game seem to get it. Winning teams open up league against the worst team in the league. We're playing the best team in the league.
NEWS
June 17, 2003
Corona del Mar High senior Eric Jones and Estancia High junior Josh Kornegay headline five Newport-Mesa standouts named All-CIF Southern Section by boys volleyball coaches. Jones, a 6-foot-7 middle blocker bound for Stanford, is a first-team honoree in Division II, while Kornegay, a 6-4 opposite, is a first-team pick in Division III. CdM senior Bart Welch and Estancia junior Kris Hartwell are second-team selections in their respective divisions, while Estancia sophomore Trevor Holmes is a third-team pick.
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December 6, 2010
Loving Husband, Father, Grandfather, Brother and successful businessman, Anthony Jay Longo passed away December 2, 2010 in the comforting presence of his adoring family, after a courageous battle with lung cancer.  Anthony was 71 years old. Anthony was born February 5, 1939 in Los Angeles, CA to parents John and Shirley Longo.  He grew up in San Gabriel, CA and was a stellar athlete in his youth.  Known as “Tony Tuff”, he lettered in both football and track at Alhambra High School.
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By Candice Baker | March 18, 2010
“You say you want a revolution. Well, you know we all want to change the world.” The Beatles “Revolution” And change the world they did. “It’s the music of a generation. It’s our generation,” Ralph Castelli said. As a little boy, Castelli was one of millions to realize the world had changed when he watched the Ed Sullivan Show in February 1964. He has since spent nearly 25 years as a member of the most highly regarded Beatles tribute band in the world, Rain, which will make its debut Tuesday at the Orange County Performing Arts Center.
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By JOHN REGER | July 30, 2008
The historic and storied Santa Ana Country Club is preparing for one of the most prestigious tournaments in Southern California, which starts Monday and ends Aug. 9. The Invitational Golf Tournament at Santa Ana Country Club is celebrating its 60th anniversary this year and it is the job of Tournament Chairman Ken Shelton to make sure it runs smoothly. Shelton, a longtime member of the club, is one of only five tournament chairmen the Invitational has had in six decades. “This is a great event and 26 to 27% of the teams are from the club,” Shelton said.
SPORTS
May 13, 2007
BOYS' TENNIS Sage Hill 12, San Gabriel 6 NEWPORT BEACH — Lightning Coach A.G. Longoria said his team delivered its best performance of the season that led to a victory in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs Saturday at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club. Sage Hill (12-11) won eight of nine doubles sets to advance to the quarterfinals for the fifth straight year. The Lightning will play at top-seeded Viewpoint of Calabasas, a 17-1 winner over Silverado, on Tuesday.
SPORTS
May 12, 2007
One more win and the Sage Hill School boys' tennis team will be back to its unwanted destination for the fifth straight year. For the past four seasons, the Lightning have ended their season in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section playoffs. This year, to get that chance to break that annoying trend, Sage Hill will need to get past San Gabriel, which visits the Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club, for a Division IV second-round match today at 3 p.m. Martin Park, who swept at No. 1 singles in the Lightning's 16-2 win over Linfield Christian Thursday, leads Sage Hill, which won the coin toss to earn the right to host the second-round contest.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | May 11, 2007
Koeberle hit two solid overheads to win a point, and his Lightning teammates yelled encouragement. His shot hit the net and just trickled wide, and his teammates let out a groan. "It's shot after shot with this guy," senior Karam Sethi said with a smile. But even though it was in the second go-round, there wasn't much to be nervous about. The Lightning were in the midst of a dominating 16-2 win over Linfield Christian at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club. Sage Hill (11-10)
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By: | October 12, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Oct. 5 George Raymond Caro, 19, Santa Ana Thursday Lamyong Lauren Kamtan, 34, Buena Park Nathan Curtis Martin, 27, Laguna Hills James Vincent Severin, 47, Tustin Friday Michael Phillip Hernandez, 26, San Gabriel Kana Makino, 41, Tustin Chris Robb, 26, Alta Loma Oscar G. Saucedo, 24, Costa Mesa Saturday Gartzen Phil Echeverriagrauf, 23, Newport Beach Heather Nicole Estabrook, 26, Costa Mesa Alexie Rodriguez, 34, Costa Mesa Sunday Juan Carlos Fajardo, 36, Costa Mesa Travis Matthew Franklin, 32, Costa Mesa Nicole Renee Hampton, 23, Huntington Beach Keven Andrew Stirdivant, 23, Costa Mesa Monday Miguel Angel Ponce-Aranda, 43, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Oct. 4 Robert Joe Dunning, 49, Long Beach Mark Lee Renta, 24, Irvine Friday Matthew Walter Tatum, 20, Santa Ana Sunday Rodney M. Emrani, 26, Los Angeles
NEWS
December 1, 2004
Bryce Alderton Kirk Manley might have been raised in California, but his ties to Scotland run just as deep. They also played a significant role in landing him his new job -- head golf professional at the posh Shady Canyon Golf Club in Irvine. Manley, 36, became the club's second professional in its almost-three-year existence on Sept. 28 after spending the previous nine months as an assistant pro at Candlewood Country Club in Whittier. Manley, who now lives in Newport Beach, replaced Joe Rawlins, who resigned.
NEWS
November 10, 2004
The UC Irvine men's soccer team defeated Cal State Fullerton, 3-2, Tuesday night in a Big West Conference match at Titan Stadium. Ben Hofstetter put the Titans up, 1-0, 4:19 into the game. Senior Lorne Howlett tied it in the 32nd minute on a blast from 35 yards out. In the 35th minute, Howlett brought the ball upfield, drawing the keeper out of the box and crossed it to junior Kit Vitagliano, who put the Anteaters (7-11-0, 3-5-0 in the Big West) up, 2-1. Hofstetter scored again for Fullerton.
NEWS
September 30, 2004
Rick Devereux When things are going rough for a football team, everything seems to go wrong. "When you're winning good things happen," Costa Mesa High Coach Tom Baldwin said. "When you're losing bad things happen. It's called momentum. Losing teams find a way to lose. Winning teams that need a fumble or interception late in a game seem to get it. Winning teams open up league against the worst team in the league. We're playing the best team in the league.
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