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NEWS
December 12, 2001
Corona del Mar High's boys basketball team dropped a 74-55 Sonora/Troy Tournament decision to El Modena Tuesday night, sending the Sea Kings back to the floor tonight against La Habra at 7:30. Pancho Seaborn led CdM (3-4) with 26 points, including six three-pointers. SONORA/TROY TOURNAMENT Second Round El Modena 74, Corona del Mar 55 CdM - Seaborn 26, Mancillas 13, Northridge 0, Glass 0, Najar 0, Sherick-Odom 4, Welch 2, Matsen 12, Hildebrand 0. 3-pt.
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NEWS
October 15, 2003
Costa Mesa, 36 ... Costa Mesa Planning Commissioner ... Lost a bid for City Council last year ... Is working with the parents at Sonora School and the business community and different people to try to help support programs for funding at Sonora, where one of her sons goes to school ... In past year, son Sam started kindergarten and she joined the Girl Scouts Board ... Proud that her family made it through the City Council...
NEWS
September 18, 2000
Danette Goulet NEWPORT-MESA - Three of Newport-Mesa's principals will receive kudos and cash tonight from the Irvine Co. Continuing its ongoing recognition of students and educators, the development company will honor 10 administrators from the Irvine, Laguna Beach, Newport-Mesa and Tustin school districts tonight with the Principal Excellence Awards. Chosen from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District for their outstanding leadership this year were Karen Kendall, principal of Harbor View Elementary School in Corona del Mar; Barbara Harrington, who just retired as principal of Adams Elementary School in Costa Mesa; and Sonora Elementary School Principal Lorie Hoggard.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | September 22, 2006
The Newport-Mesa Unified School District has begun holding meetings with parents in the Costa Mesa Zone to determine whether to realign grade levels in the upcoming school year. In March, a group of the parents brought a petition to the school board, asking the district to consider rearranging grade levels so that children could stay at the same schools for a longer period of time. Over the next month, assistant superintendent of elementary education Susan Astarita plans to hold eight meetings at the zone's elementary schools to hear parent input.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | September 29, 2012
LA HABRA - In a way it was a perfect run, a signature run that gave Estancia High senior Robert Murtha the Newport-Mesa career rushing record. He started to the right on Friday night at La Habra High, patiently waiting for just a moment before cutting back into the middle of the field. No one could catch him there. Fifty-two yards later, he was in the end zone midway through the second quarter. Estancia's three-year starter at running back now has 4,398 career yards. He has surpassed the 4,333 yards amassed by Costa Mesa's Binh Tran in the early 1990s.
SPORTS
September 27, 2012
Estancia (2-2) vs. Sonora (2-2) When/where: Friday, 7 p.m. at La Habra Stadium Key Eagles: Sr. RB-KR Robert Murtha (399 yards and four TDs on 54 carries); Sr. CB-WR Levi Stillman (three INTs, two catches for 36 yards and one TD); Sr. OL-LB Adahir Aguilera (team-best 48 tackles). Key Raiders: Sr. RB-CB Matthew Villasenor (416 yards and six TDs on 70 carries); Sr. WR Nate Miranda (15 catches for 339 yards and two TDs); Jr. FB-LB Justin Min (co-team high 40 tackles)
NEWS
June 5, 2002
Deirdre Newman NEWPORT-MESA -- Under Lorie Hoggard's nurturing watch, Sonora Elementary School has ascended to the highest academic echelon. This spring, the Costa Mesa elementary school was recognized as a California Distinguished School and won a Title I award for high standardized test scores. Instead of resting on her laurels, Hoggard has moved on to a new challenge -- assuming the role of the district's director of early childhood education.
NEWS
June 3, 2005
Barry Faulkner College Park Elementary school boys soccer coach Carlos Valdez said the last two teams he has coached in the Daily Pilot Cup have struggled to find success. But Valdez's latest edition of Cougars, competing this year in the third- and fourth-grade Silver division, appear determined to make the most of their opportunity to rise above the competition. College Park was "dominated" in the first half of Thursday's Pool D contest with the Sonora B team, as the Eagles maintained possession of the ball in their offensive zone for nearly all of the first 25-minute stanza.
NEWS
June 1, 2002
Richard Dunn COSTA MESA - With a makeshift boys soccer team, combining third- and fourth-grade division players from three Costa Mesa elementary schools, Davis Coach Chasen Marshall only had two weeks to assemble his squad for the third annual Daily Pilot Cup. But the players responded Friday as if they'd known each other for years. In pool play, Davis defeated Newport Heights No. 2, 2-0, with a pair of second-half goals at the Farm Field. Neither team advanced to today's quarterfinals, reserved for pool champion Lincoln.
NEWS
December 18, 2001
A recent McDonald's fund-raising effort in which teachers and other school officials served up burgers at about 200 McDonald's restaurants raised more than $125,000 in Southern California. The November event, held Nov. 12 through Nov. 16, raised money for the schools involved. In Newport-Mesa Unified School District, Andersen, Sonora and Newport Beach elementary schools participated in the McDonald's McTeacher's Night and benefited from it. Each school's principal and up to 10 teachers greeted customers, took food orders and helped with food preparation during the week.
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