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By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 18, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — Unable to clinch the match in the second round, Sage Hill School Coach A.G. Longoria gathered his girls’ tennis players. “Time to turn on the lights,” said Longoria before addressing the team as it began to get dark at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club Tuesday. Shortly thereafter, the Lightning turned the lights off on Cajon of San Bernardino. Sage Hill won, 13-5, in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs, making it the fifth time in six years the Lightning have advanced to the semifinals.
NEWS
March 9, 2003
Barry Faulkner Though she produced a performance those in attendance won't soon forget, just how much Costa Mesa High girls soccer goalie Kindra Bailey remembers about Saturday night's CIF Southern Section Division III title game, is open to question. Bailey, who made six saves and thwarted a handful of Walnut scoring threats the first 64 minutes of the scoreless tie, appeared to clash heads with a Walnut attacker as a corner kick sailed in front of the Mesa goal in the 65th minute at Cal State Fullerton.
NEWS
March 9, 2003
Barry Faulkner The CIF Southern Section likes to promote a sportsmanship program called "Victory with Honor," but the Costa Mesa High girls soccer team proved Saturday night there can be honor in a draw, as well. Costa Mesa (22-1-3) and Walnut (20-4-6) played to a scoreless deadlock in the CIF Division III championship game at Cal State Fullerton. The standoff, after which no overtime was played, per section rules, gives the Mustangs a share of the program's first section championship.
SPORTS
November 19, 2008
GIRLS’ TENNIS Santa Barbara 11, Newport Harbor 5 SANTA BARBARA — The Sailors, champions of the Sunset League, ended their season with a loss to the top-seeded Dons in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. The match had been originally scheduled for Tuesday, but because of the poor air quality from the recent fires it was postponed. The Sailors end their season at 19-4.   Sage Hill plays Friday The No. 2-seeded Lightning will be seeking revenge Friday when they play host to Walnut in a semifinal of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club.
NEWS
June 30, 2009
Authorities identified Juzell Anthony Poole, of Costa Mesa, as the robber who was shot dead with his own gun during a failed robbery. Poole, 24, was shot by his intended victim, who wrestled the gun from him. He collapsed and died on the street after attempting to flee the scene, police said. Amy Schinzel, who also fled, was arrested in the area of Walnut and Cucamonga later that day. His accused accomplice, Schinzel, has been booked on suspicion of murder and is being held on $1-million bail.
NEWS
March 8, 2003
Barry Faulkner Though the combatants in tonight's CIF Southern Section Division III girls soccer title game share many similarities, it is the differences between Costa Mesa High and Walnut that figure to produce an intriguing matchup. The game is scheduled for 5 p.m. at Cal State Fullerton. Mesa (22-1-2), the No. 2 seed, has ridden a prolific offense to the most successful season in the program's 13-year existence. It is the first CIF title match for the Mustangs, who captured the program's lone previous playoff victory last year in Division IV. This year's Golden West League title was the program's first league crown.
SPORTS
April 20, 2012
MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Mt. SAC Relays WALNUT - Senior Jacob Yowell, a UC Irvine senior, placed seventh in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays with a season-best time of 51.71 seconds on Friday. In the same event, Trevor Wightman placed 32nd in 54.75. UCI's 4x100-relay team, which consists of Mike Kennedy, Chris Carson, Dominic Jester and Yowell, finished ninth with in 41.41. * WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Mt. SAC Relays WALNUT - UC Irvine junior Ericka Nowell finished 15th in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 60.71 seconds at the Mt. SAC Relays on Friday.
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April 20, 2012
MEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Mt. SAC Relays WALNUT - Senior Jacob Yowell, a UC Irvine senior, placed seventh in the 400-meter hurdles at the Mt. SAC Relays with a season-best time of 51.71 seconds on Friday. In the same event, Trevor Wightman placed 32nd in 54.75. UCI's 4x100-relay team, which consists of Mike Kennedy, Chris Carson, Dominic Jester and Yowell, finished ninth with in 41.41. * WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Mt. SAC Relays WALNUT - UC Irvine junior Ericka Nowell finished 15th in the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 60.71 seconds at the Mt. SAC Relays on Friday.
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LOCAL
July 1, 2009
Authorities identified Juzell Anthony Poole, of Costa Mesa, as the robber who was shot dead with his own gun during a failed robbery. Poole, 24, was shot by his intended victim, who wrestled the gun from him. He collapsed and died on the street after attempting to flee the scene, police said. Amy Schinzel, who also fled, was arrested in the area of Walnut and Cucamonga later that day. His accused accomplice, Schinzel, has been booked on suspicion of murder and is being held on $1-million bail.
FEATURES
By Steve Virgen | November 21, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — This was the girls’ tennis match Sage Hill School had wanted for the past year. The Lightning’s season abrubtly ended last year in the CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinals with a loss at Walnut. This time, they wanted a different story to be written. In the end, with his team sitting on the steps near center court at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club, Coach A.G. Longoria told the girls what was next in a simple statement. “We’re going to the show,” he said.
SPORTS
November 19, 2008
GIRLS’ TENNIS Santa Barbara 11, Newport Harbor 5 SANTA BARBARA — The Sailors, champions of the Sunset League, ended their season with a loss to the top-seeded Dons in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. The match had been originally scheduled for Tuesday, but because of the poor air quality from the recent fires it was postponed. The Sailors end their season at 19-4.   Sage Hill plays Friday The No. 2-seeded Lightning will be seeking revenge Friday when they play host to Walnut in a semifinal of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club.
FEATURES
By David Carrillo Peñaloza | November 18, 2008
NEWPORT BEACH — Unable to clinch the match in the second round, Sage Hill School Coach A.G. Longoria gathered his girls’ tennis players. “Time to turn on the lights,” said Longoria before addressing the team as it began to get dark at Balboa Bay Club Racquet Club Tuesday. Shortly thereafter, the Lightning turned the lights off on Cajon of San Bernardino. Sage Hill won, 13-5, in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs, making it the fifth time in six years the Lightning have advanced to the semifinals.
NEWS
March 31, 2008
The Costa Mesa City Council will likely move forward with the renovation of five alleyways in the city, including a controversial alley between Walnut and Esther streets. That alley, the renovation of which had been challenged by a neighbor whose property abuts it, will move forward after her attempts to rehear the issue failed, said Public Services Director Peter Naghavi. “One resident requested to continue this discussion, but City Council decided not to and we are moving forward with the design,” he said.
SPORTS
December 19, 2007
COSTA MESA — Corona del Mar High girls’ soccer coach Bryan Middleton was hoping to rely on his team’s depth so that he could rest key players in anticipation for an important weekend ahead. Some youth and experience helped answer the coach’s wishes. Freshman Scarlett Fallon and senior Lexi Hensen each scored goals to lead the Sea Kings to a 2-0 nonleague win over host Costa Mesa Tuesday. Natalie Remdonski, who was called up from the junior varsity team, made the most of her playing time and contributed to the win, Middleton said.
SPORTS
By Matt Szabo | November 14, 2007
WALNUT — A tiebreaker in tennis seems simple enough. The first singles player or doubles team to seven points, win by two, takes the tiebreaker and the set. But rarely does a tiebreaker seem to mean so much, like it did for the Sage Hill School girls’ tennis team Tuesday in a CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinal match. The match-ending, 7-4 tiebreaker win for Walnut High seniors Elizabeth Yuen and Megan Corpuz was more like a heartbreaker. It enabled the host Mustangs to upset No. 2-seeded Sage Hill, 10-8, at Walnut High in an epic match that lasted nearly four hours.
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