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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 7, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - The first time Deondre Bryant crashed onto the Corona del Mar High basketball court, he cut open the bottom of his chin. Three minutes into the second quarter of Tustin's third game in the Beach Bash tournament, Bryant bled. He left the game, then walked toward the Tustin bench and waited for the athletic trainer. No matter how many times the trainer wrapped a large Band-Aid underneath Bryant's chin, the bleeding never seemed to stop. The Band-Aid never seemed to stay on, either.
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December 14, 2000
NEWPORT BEACH - The Newport Harbor High wrestling team fell to visiting Tustin, 54-27, as the Sailors dropped to 3-8 on the season with the nonleague decision. Harbor's Bruce Lim (125 pounds), Brandon Marshall (145) and John Rolsheim (112) pinned their opponents, while Joe Madrid (160) scored a major decision victory. And Kevin Lim (103) earned a 20-5 win. NONLEAGUE Tustin 54, Newport Harbor 27 103 -- Lim (NH) technical foul over Brown, 20-5.
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April 27, 2001
NEWPORT BEACH - The Newport Harbor High baseball team battled back from a 10-4 deficit to muster an 11-11 nonleague tie with Tustin Thursday afternoon. Garrett Brant went 3 for 5 with two doubles, a home run, two runs scored and four RBIs for the Sailors (7-12-1). Donovan Wong went 2 for 6, including a two-run home run and an RBI double, while Jon Vandersloot went 3 for 6 with three runs scored. Newport will resume Sea View League play at Aliso Niguel today at 3:15 p.m. NONLEAGUE Newport Harbor 11, Tustin 11 Tustin 124 300 100 - 11 12 2 Newport 202 610 000 - 11 13 5 De La Riva, Stuck (4)
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October 17, 2001
Lolita Harper COSTA MESA -- The city of Tustin is asking for a percentage of any sales tax received from the Ikea component of the Home Ranch project, citing Costa Mesa may have enticed the retailer to leave Tustin by offering financial assistance. In a letter to Costa Mesa, Tustin City Manager William Huston said the proposed development agreement with C.J. Segerstrom & Sons appeared to show some intention to establish a community facilities district on the Home Ranch property.
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December 22, 2000
TUSTIN - The Costa Mesa High boys soccer team blew open a close game with three second-half goals en route to a 5-1 nonleague win over host Tustin Thursday afternoon. Eli Solis and Trinidad Hernandez each had two goals for the Mustangs (3-3-1), while Zack Powell chipped in with a single goal. "We were able to put it totally together out there today, which was nice to see," Mesa Coach Eugene Day said. Day was also pleased with the strong play of junior defender Stephen Thomas.
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September 19, 2001
Down by five points with no timeouts and 91 yards away from the end zone? No problem for the Costa Mesa Mighty Mite Mustangs, who pulled off a miracle 18-17 win over Tustin in Pop Warner football action. Trailing 17-12 late in the game, Tustin fumbled the ball on Costa Mesa's 9-yard-line. With 19 seconds left and no timeouts, Mark Contreras ran a sweep and scampered 91 yards to give the Mustangs the surprise win. Contreras, who also forced two fumbles on defense, finished with 145 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.
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December 4, 1999
ANAHEIM - Costa Mesa High's boys basketball team launched a furious 42-18 second-half rally to swamp Tustin, 58-38, and advance to the consolation championship in the Taco Company Invitational at Anaheim High Friday. Nate Jones led the Mustangs (2-1) with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Costa Mesa's Ryan Naff scored 15, with nine rebounds and seven blocked shots, and Rick Hatsushi had six points and five assists. Shaun Ferryman sparked the Mustangs' 25-point fourth quarter with six rebounds.
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January 28, 2005
The AYSO Area 11 boys under-14 Corona del Mar all-star soccer team defeated Newport Beach, 5-1, and Tustin, 3-2. Against Newport, Camden Nicholson and Kevin Wang scored two goals apiece, while Ori Tabak added one of his own. Corona del Mar's defense was led by Kenny Cooper, James Petrillit, Karl Fletcher, Alex Mainthow, Scotty Berkhausen and Brad Jones. In the victory against Tustin, Nicholson score two more goals, while Evan McNerney added another.
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November 8, 2000
The Riptide, a girls under 15 traveling fastpitch softball team from the Pacific Coast Bobby Sox, crushed Tustin, 14-4, and, 12-1, Saturday in doubleheader action. In the opener, Ann Marie Topps hit two doubles and a triple, while Lauren Gega and Julianne Bass had two hits apiece. After an Amie Benjamin home run and an RBI double by Darci Pennington tied the game at 2-2, the Riptide sent 13 batters to the plate and scored nine times in the fourth inning.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | April 4, 2014
TUSTIN - As Corona del Mar High began to mount a comeback on Friday, an assistant coach told the boys' lacrosse team of what he believed was the inevitable. "They're going to fall," said Jeremy Sieverts, referring to Beckman. In the past, that has always been the case. The Sea Kings always beat the Patriots, and they always beat them up badly. The teams met a dozen times in the previous six seasons, CdM winning by an average of 11 goals per game. Eleven goals are how much the Sea Kings needed to score in their latest matchup to knock off Beckman again.
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By Emily Foxhall | February 12, 2014
Newport Beach council members directed staff Tuesday to take steps to reclassify a short stretch of Tustin Avenue in order to lower the speed limit by 5 mph. Members also agreed to explore with the community additional measures to slow traffic, which neighbors called a danger to pedestrians. Two stop signs bookend the quarter-mile stretch of roadway between Santiago Drive and 23rd street, but drivers still commonly exceed the 30 mph speed limit, residents told the council. Nearby homeowners pleaded with council members to address the public-safety issue they and their children faced before it was too late.
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By Emily Foxhall | February 8, 2014
The Newport Beach City Council, in response to at least one resident's concerns, will discuss Tuesday night the speed limit on a quarter-mile stretch of Tustin Avenue. Staff reviewed the speed limit on Tustin between Santiago Drive and 23rd Street, about a block west of the Back Bay, and recommends the 30 mph limit remain. Resident Todd Macfarland expressed concern in September that the narrow road had no sidewalks or street lights, putting walkers and runners at risk - especially since cars often exceed the speed limit in that area.
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By Barry Faulkner | December 15, 2013
With the school's championship football team breaking new ground in the state playoffs a few miles away, one might forgive the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team for perhaps thinking touchdowns more than field goals Saturday night. It was, perhaps, as good a way as any to explain a horrific shooting performance and subsequent scoring drought that proved too much to overcome in a 54-43 loss to Tustin in the championship game of the Corona del Mar Beach Bash tournament at CdM. After holding an 11-10 lead at the end of the first period, then connecting on a 12-foot jumper early in the second quarter, the Sea Kings (4-1)
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By Jeremiah Dobruck | April 18, 2013
TUSTIN - At 11 years old, Marissa Angelina Wendt has her own baking show. Viewers can learn how to make treats like unicorn poop cookies or vanilla bean cupcakes at the Irvine resident's SugarNomsTV channel on YouTube. "I have a sweet tooth, and I'm just really passionate about baking," Marissa said. This week, a video she posted to SugarNoms won her the title of Best Kid Chef from Orange County restaurateur Zov Karamardian who has eateries stretching from Newport Beach to Tustin and Irvine.
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By Jill Cowan | March 5, 2013
Andy Crean never really thought of himself as the owner of Newport Beach's historic Villa Nova restaurant. "I considered myself almost like a custodian," he said Tuesday of the Mariner's Mile hot spot he took over 20 years ago. "It's like a landmark. The employees and all that - it's like a family. " Villa Nova - whose original Sunset Strip location opened in 1933 and attracted the likes of Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack - has drawn lovers of Italian classics and vino with an ocean view for since 1967 when the owners relocated to the beach.
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February 22, 2013
BOYS' TENNIS Estancia 12, El Modena 6 ORANGE - The Eagles' No. 1 and No. 2 doubles teams swept in the nonleague match Friday. Senior Erik Cerros and sophomore Sterling Gates won, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2 at No. 1 doubles. Sophomores Charlie Griffin and Dave Doran won, 6-1, 7-6 (8-6), 6-3 at No. 2 doubles for Estancia (3-0). The Eagles play host to Tustin Tuesday.
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February 8, 2013
The Corona del Mar AYSO boys' 14-and-under All-Stars completed an unbeaten run in the Area All-Star Tournament with six wins and two ties to capture the championship. The four-week tournament included teams from Costa Mesa, Irvine and Tustin. The CdM All-Stars completed their season on Saturday with a 1-0 victory over Tustin, the only other previously unbeaten team. Luke Mink scored the winning goal on a well-placed corner kick from Christian Cernich. Over the course of the All-Star tournament CdM outscored their opponents, 19-3.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 7, 2012
CORONA DEL MAR - The first time Deondre Bryant crashed onto the Corona del Mar High basketball court, he cut open the bottom of his chin. Three minutes into the second quarter of Tustin's third game in the Beach Bash tournament, Bryant bled. He left the game, then walked toward the Tustin bench and waited for the athletic trainer. No matter how many times the trainer wrapped a large Band-Aid underneath Bryant's chin, the bleeding never seemed to stop. The Band-Aid never seemed to stay on, either.
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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | December 5, 2012
The boys' basketball team might be the next Corona del Mar High program to be crowned CIF Southern Section champion in Anaheim. The basketball team tipped off its season a couple of days before the football team ended its season as the Southern Division champion at Angel Stadium on Saturday. Depth is always crucial to a team's success in the playoffs. The football team boasted plenty of talented players. The basketball team appears to be in the same situation. Coach Ryan Schachter said his Sea Kings are one of his deepest basketball teams during his seven years at the school.
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