January 12, 2002
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - The Sage Hill High boys soccer team lost a 3-2 lead with five minutes left and settled for a 3-3 tie with Academy League host Capistrano Valley Christian Friday. Julian Smith-Newman scored two unassisted goals for the Lightning (4-3-1, 1-0-1) and Cesar Arriaga added Sage Hill's last goal with an assist from Smith-Newman. Arriaga also played goalkeeper in the first half, finishing with four saves. Jordan Salinger stopped three shots as Sage Hill's goalkeeper in the second half.
January 16, 2002
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - The Sage Hill High boys basketball team closed an 18-point deficit to five with a furious fourth-quarter rally, but couldn't come all the way back in a 54-45 Academy League road loss to St. Margaret's Tuesday. Foul trouble by key players Mike Fitzhugh (13 points) and Kevin Joyce (19) helped the Tartans (7-8, 3-1 in league) hold off the Lightning (4-6, 1-2). Junior point guard Erik Williams had eight rebounds and seven points for the Lightning, which returns to Academy League action Thursday against visiting Oxford Academy.
March 1, 2002
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - The Sage Hill High boys tennis team won six singles matches, but lost, 10-8, to nonleague host St. Margaret's in a season opener for both squads Thursday. Coach A.G. Longoria's Lightning received two singles victories each from Anthony Milovantsev, John Hamilton and Eric Burton. NONLEAGUE St. Margaret's 10, Sage Hill 8 Singles - Milovantsev (SH) lost to Davidson, 4-6, def. Gerrante, 6-2, def. Huang, 6-2; Hamilton (SH)
March 16, 2002
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Sage Hill High sophomore Tim Wilkins continued an impressive three-game run, but host Capistrano Valley Christian earned an 18-6 mercy rule-shortened Academy League baseball victory Friday. Wilkins went 2 for 3 with two runs and two stolen bases. In his last three games, he is 6 for 10 with three runs and three steals. He also pitched a complete-game victory during that stretch. Five errors contributed to the Eagles' triumph.
July 2, 2009
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 June 26 Warrick Stanley, 47, Santa Ana Ricardo Avila-Lugo, 38, Santa Ana Robert Ybarra, 28, Phoenix, Ariz. Richard Kohlmeyer, 54, Laguna Beach Saturday Lesley Kwan, 30, Walnut Sunday Mohammad Komaee, 28, Aliso Viejo Tuesday Hector Mercado, 39, Costa Mesa Wednesday Alonso Ferezi-Murillo, 21, Ensenada, Mexico Victor Vega, 62, Newport Beach Costa Mesa June 25 Zachary Gonzales, 28, Costa Mesa June 26 Jason West, 29, Costa Mesa Michael Bartmess, 25, Costa Mesa Erik Folkedal, 36, Newport Beach Saturday Gary Garcia, 27, Whittier Jessica Perez, 22, Costa Mesa Beth Lewis, 25, Costa Mesa Sunday Marcos Sandoval, 57, Costa Mesa Anthony Zeller, 47, Santa Ana Tamera Wampler, 48, Newport Beach Monday Derek Castillo, 23, San Juan Capistrano Javier Castellon, 32, Santa Ana Halidio Sanchez, 27, Costa Mesa Matthew Brady, 29, Rancho Santa Margarita
October 21, 2008
Joan G. Crum Joan G. Crum of Florence, Oregon died Oct. 14, 2008 at the age of 83. She was born to Forrest E. Gilmore and Giralda (Schenk) Gilmore in Alhambra, Calif. on May 14, 1925 and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After graduating from high school, she returned to Southern Calif., marrying Deforest J. Crum in 1947. Mrs. Crum lived in Costa Mesa, Calif. for over 50 years until 2004 when she moved to Florence, Oregon. Widowed in 1962, Mrs. Crum raised her 3 daughters independently with a deeply loving and generous spirit.
January 15, 2008
Kristen Green, a former UC Irvine women?s basketball player now playing in the men?s professional American Basketball Assn. with the Orange County Gladiators, scored 25 points in the team?s 136-104 road win over the Maywood (Calif.) Buzz on Wednesday. Green, a 5-foot-9 reserve guard, made six of eight three-point field-goal attempts in the second half to help her produce 20 of her 25 points after intermission. She finished eight of 10 from the field, including seven three-pointers.
October 18, 2001
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO - Corona del Mar High sophomore Julia Koetting was the individual champion ribbon to lead the school's varsity club equestrian team to the overall title at the first Interscholastic Equestrian League meet of the season Oct. 6 at Oaks Blenheim. Koetting, on her horse Brussels, was first in IEL medal and second in hunt seat equitation, equitation over fences and working hunters. She was fourth in English pleasure. CdM's Nicole Kim was second in hunt seat equitation, third in equitation over fences and working hunters.