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SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 29, 2006
COSTA MESA ? Good defenses bend, but don't break. The Orange Coast College defense bent over backward, then snapped back with some fourth-quarter heroics to clinch a 21-6 Mission Conference National Division football victory over visiting Santa Ana Saturday. The Pirates' defense, which was on the field for 92 plays, nearly double the 48 plays run by the OCC offense, first posted a goal-line stand that twice stuffed quarterback sneaks from the one-yard line early in the fourth quarter.
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FEATURES
September 24, 2008
When: Tonight, 7 Where: Estancia High Key Saints: Senior quarterback Chris Ledesma (17 for 24 passing for 303 yards and five TDs); junior running back Robert Magana (14 carries for 113 yards and two TDs); senior tight end Arturo Chavez (five catches for 52 yards and two TDs) Key Mustangs: Junior lineman Travis Whitlock; senior running back Robbie Gemayel (29 caries for 69 yards and one TD); senior wide receiver Antwon Byrd (four catches for 41 yards) Breakdown: Costa Mesa plays its home opener at Jim Scott Stadium, the new $9.5 million state-of-the-art facility at Estancia High … Costa Mesa has been outscored, 130-10, in its three road games … Costa Mesa Coach Jeremy Osso said junior quarterback Todd Davis will miss the game after getting knocked out late in the first quarter at Irvine.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | April 13, 2007
SANTA ANA — One might suggest Orange Coast College sophomore Keith Demorgandie earned the right to enjoy the final three innings of the Pirates' 10-9 road victory over Orange Empire Conference baseball bully Santa Ana Thursday. Demorgandie, making his third appearance, but his first start, since Feb. 24 — after which he was sidelined by a strained elbow ligaments — appeared to restore order to an OCC starting corps that had posted a 5.79 ERA in its previous nine games (including 66 hits allowed in 51 1/3 innings)
NEWS
Tom Ragan, tom.ragan@latimes.com | June 21, 2010
A Newport Beach-based global investment firm has reached into its pockets and donated $25,000 to a charter high school in Santa Ana for at-risk students. Employees at Pacific Investment Management Co. (PIMCO), which employs 1,300 worldwide, have volunteered their time and skills to teach the students about the art of managing their money. The special class at the charter school, Olive Crest's NOVA Academy Early College High School, is called "Tools for Tomorrow." PIMCO's display of generosity took place on Friday, when 22 seniors, decked in caps and gowns, graduated from the high school.
SPORTS
By Barry Faulkner | October 14, 2012
COSTA MESA - The Santa Ana College football team scored on the final play of regulation and had the first and only score in overtime to earn a 45-38 victory over host Orange Coast in a Southern Division thriller Saturday night. The Dons scored on the third play of overtime, when Brett Hurley sprinted 15 yards off left tackle for the game-winning touchdown. OCC's subsequent overtime possession ended when freshman quarterback Cameron Biedgoly was sacked on fourth down at the Santa Ana 34-yard line.
NEWS
By Rhea Mahbubani | June 6, 2013
Itzel Guerrero can't imagine her life without the Wooden Floor. She tries to picture it sometimes, but fails. Most likely, she doesn't want to. So many experiences during her 18 years have taken root in the nonprofit's Santa Ana campus, she admits. Growing up in a household where her older sister Elideth was a gymnast - an expensive undertaking - Guerrero recalls there being no resources for her extracurricular activities. When she was 9, her parents took their friend's advice, introducing their daughter to the world of dance with a hunch that she might enjoy it. Turns out, they were right.
NEWS
January 1, 2003
The following persons have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all suspects, are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA Monday Sergio Benitez-Bautista, 19, Costa Mesa Kerry Richard Sakamoto, 49, Huntington Beach Sunday Steaven Jeffrey Lingo, 50, Costa Mesa Jeffrey Alan Murphy, 25, Fullerton Jason Daniel Alduenda, 24, Huntington Beach Miguel Angel Navarro, 33, Santa Ana Saturday Kevin Vito Loftus, 43, Costa Mesa Richlord Asavi Kukuia, 22, Santa Ana America Verduzco, 22, Santa Ana Roberto Araujo-Escobar, 28, Santa Ana Friday Cherie Ann Adams, 56, Costa Mesa Vicente Gaspar-Diego, 29, Santa Ana NEWPORT BEACH Monday Kymberly Marie Cook, 37, Harbor City Sunday Michael William Telford, 30, Huntington Beach Takayoshi Kuroda, 39, Newport Beach Saturday Robert Douglas Herbst, 59, Newport Beach Friday Stephen Anthony Joyce, 43, Newport Beach
NEWS
June 25, 2002
The Daily Pilot went to Metro Pointe at South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa to ask kids, 'What's your favorite summer pastime?' 'Hanging out with my friends because I like to go shopping or to the movies.' JULIE TRAN, 12, Santa Ana 'I like to go to water parks because it's hot.' JOSEPH TRAN, 12, Santa Ana 'I like to go shopping because I want to go buy clothes.'JACQUELINE TRAN, 9, Santa Ana 'I like to go on vacation. I went to Germany to see my uncle.
NEWS
May 12, 2004
COSTA MESA Monday Lillian Lee Felder, 27, Santa Ana Jaime Nicole Anastasiow, 26, Irvine Sunday Carlos Humbert Perez, 36, Santa Ana Saturday John Lester Bartsch, 25, Costa Mesa David Robert Navarro, 23, Fountain Valley Aaron Anthony Mendonca, 27, Irvine Gregorio Antunez-Dominguez, 37, Santa Ana Terrence Francis Lynch, 52, Santa Ana Friday Anthony Edward Bartel,...
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