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FEATURES
March 17, 2010
NEWPORT BEACH — Sophomore Mike Moorhead shot three-under-par 32, which included a hole-in-one, to help lead the Corona del Mar High boys’ golf team to a huge nonleague win over Servite Tuesday at Newport Beach Country Club. So just how big was the Sea Kings’ 182-185 victory? “That is the best win in my 12 years of coaching,” CdM Coach Mike Starkweather said. “It’s just a phenomenal win. To beat a team that is that accomplished, they were CIF champs last year, I’m still in shock.
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SPORTS
By John Burton | March 11, 2010
Last week I read a Orange County Local News Network article about Trestles. The gist was that the estimated 300,000 people that visit Trestles each year have to make a risky railroad track crossing and a coalition had been formed to construct a safer crossing for pedestrians and cyclists. Now I’ve never heard of surfers asking for anything to be made safer so was immediately skeptical and figured there had to be more to it. The “coalition” was identified as the Open Architecture Network, the San Onofre Foundation and the Surfrider Foundation, and they had opened a competition for architectural designs of the crossing structure.
FEATURES
By DAVID CARRILLO PEÑALOZA | January 26, 2010
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — The Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team was forced to face a complete opposite Monday. The Sea Kings made up last week’s Pacific Coast League match that was postponed due to the rain. They knew what to expect at San Juan Hills. No offense from the winless Stallions. Teams have to try to score to win. San Juan Hills has yet to figure it out. San Juan Hills packed it in on the defensive end, ignoring any offensive duties. The Sea Kings provided the scoring punch, a Reed Williams goal on a penalty kick late in the first half that stood up for a 1-0 victory.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 3, 2009
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — The Sage Hill School girls’ volleyball team wanted a chance to share the Academy League title again. The Lightning missed their final one Tuesday night. St. Margaret’s stood in the way. The Tartans clinched their 12th outright league championship in the last 14 years, beating visiting Sage Hill, 25-20, 23-25, 25-20, 25-17. Twice St. Margaret’s has split the league crown with rival Sage Hill, in 2005 and 2008. The Tartans made sure it didn’t happen for a third time.
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | October 10, 2009
Friends of Newport Beach philanthropist Elizabeth Steele hope a coastal oak sapling planted in her honor this week at the Environmental Nature Center will grow into a massive shade tree that children can climb one day. Members of the group Stop Polluting Our Newport and other environmentalists gathered at the nature center Saturday to present Steele, 88, with the 2009 Frank and Frances Robinson Environmental Award and dedicate the tree in her...
NEWS
By Brianna Bailey | September 17, 2009
Bakery owner Kathy Magbouleh whirled around the back room of SunFlour Natural Bakery in Costa Mesa Thursday afternoon, nibbling on a piece of chocolate babka. Six-foot-tall racks of round challah bread, each loaf the size of a hub cap, cooled in one corner of the large warehouse space, while workers bagged up crusty bricks of Jewish rye. The day before Rosh Hashanah is always busy for Magbouleh. Tucked away on a quite side street dotted with warehouses near the 73 Freeway at 2950 Grace Lane, SunFlour is Orange County’s only kosher bakery.
FEATURES
July 30, 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 July 23 Darren Primmer, 25, San Juan Capistrano Benjamin Buttolph, 20, Costa Mesa July 24 Paul King, 44, Newport Beach Saturday Adrian Munoz, 21, Buena Park Matthew McDonald, 21, Laguna Hills Sunday Amber Narducci, 27, Santa Ana Vinicius Cordeiro, 34, Laguna Niguel Tuesday Gary Cooper, 58, Orange Wednesday Brandon Turner, 26, Long Beach Nicholas Solomon, 53, Fountain Valley Costa Mesa July 23 Matt Dhillon, 40, Huntington Beach Yonas Michael, 24, Palmdale Noel Morales, 46, Costa Mesa July 24 Sarah Smith, 22, Playa del Rey Giovanni Macias, 22, Costa Mesa Julian Absalom, 21, Costa Mesa Sara Fisk, 45, Costa Mesa Brandon Wagstaff, 24, Downey James Vance, 66, Tustin Saturday Jeffrey Gibson, 35, Newport Beach Franco Mobrici, 26, Trabuco Canyon Ryan Castillo, 23, Anaheim Hills Armando Magana, 28, Hemet Deanna Bradley, 33, Costa Mesa Sunday Casey Legault, 19, Newport Beach Victoria Arroyo, 32, Riverside Karey Kolina, 45, Costa Mesa Taylor Mai, 25, Costa Mesa Wednesday Dean Melvin, 42, Costa Mesa ...
SPORTS
By John Reger | July 22, 2009
Though Jeff Wright sings mostly pop, his life has played out like a country western song the past couple of years. Wright’s wife left him, his real estate appraisal business has been affected hard by the economy and his dog left him. The only thing missing was his car on blocks in the front yard. It’s certainly a far cry from his life a few years ago, but through the tragedies he’s rediscovered his love for music and that may make all the heartbreak worth it. “It’s been amazing what I’ve been through,” Wright said.
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