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NEWS
November 11, 2001
WALNUT - Newport Harbor High's girls tennis team elected to compete without standouts Natalie Braverman and Megan Hawkins in Saturday's CIF Division II second-round match against host Walnut High, and it didn't make much difference. The second-seeded Sailors, now 13-3, shelled the Mustangs, 16-2, to move into Tuesday's quarterfinals, most likely against Sunny Hills at a site to be determined by coin flip. Senior Kelly Nelson and sophomores Diana Khoury and Vanessa Dunlap swept their singles foes to lead the way. CIF DIVISION II Second round Newport Harbor 16, Walnut 2 Singles - Nelson (NH)
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NEWS
March 9, 2003
Bryce Alderton Walnut High's girls soccer team met its match against Costa Mesa Saturday in the CIF Southern Section Division III final at Cal State Fullerton. But, then again, the same could be said in the reverse order as the two schools dueled to a 0-0 tie at the end of regulation, both sharing the championship in their first CIF title game in girls soccer. Mesa (22-1-3) took home CIF patches and Walnut was awarded the plaque after a coin flip following the final whistle.
OCNOW
By Lauren Williams | February 5, 2013
WALNUT -- About 40 people gathered Monday night on the steps of Walnut High School to remember Monica Quan, 28, a former star basketball player who was killed Sunday night alongside her fiance, Keith Lawrence, in Irvine. Many hugged and cried or stood silent, holding candles in memory of the former Walnut High graduate who become an assistant coach at Cal State Fullerton. Police on Monday night were searching for suspects in the slayings. Quan and Lawrence, 27, were found shot to death in their car in a parking garage at their new condominium complex.
SPORTS
October 23, 2010
CROSS COUNTRY Mt. SAC Invitational WALNUT — Tori Sarris, Maggie Goodson, Kat Maddox and Cailtlin Mead finished in the top 30 to help the Newport Harbor High girls' team finish sixth out of 21 teams in its division at Mt. San Antonio College Saturday. Sarris, a senior, finished 21st in 19 minutes, 36 seconds, followed by Goodson, who was 22nd in 19:37, Maddox, who was 24th in 19:45 and Mead, who was 29th in 19:54. Ashley Ima came in 46th in 20:18 for the Sailors.
SPORTS
November 13, 2010
Corona del Mar WALNUT — The CdM girls won their heat and the boys finished fourth in their heat in Division III to advance to the finals at Mt. San Antonio College Saturday. The CdM girls bounced back after finishing second in the Pacific Coast League last week. It was the first time the Sea Kings didn't win the league title in 11 years, CdM Coach Bill Sumner said. Junior Ashlee Powers led the way for the Sea Kings at Mt. SAC, finishing third in 18 minutes, 42 seconds.
FEATURES
September 24, 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 Sept. 17 Janis Anderson Gobel, 65, Newport Beach Harold Fisher, 40, Laguna Hills Sept. 18 Jason Bergsto, 35, Aliso Viejo Saturday Kaj Ingstad, 34, Newport Beach Mark Lopez, 45, San Diego Courtney Dempton, 22, Rancho Mirage Sheryl Johnson, 54, San Diego Sunday Keyvan Kiafer, 36, Irvine Monday Howard Lee, 20, Lakewood Stacy Clayton, 43, Newport Beach Tuesday Richard Brudos, 39, Torrance Costa Mesa Sept.
NEWS
October 23, 2000
WALNUT - Newport Harbor High senior Amber Steen was edged by one rival, but bested another Saturday to end up with a second-place finish in the team sweepstakes race at the Mt. San Antonio College Invitational. Steen's time of 17:47 was 20 seconds behind Sara Bei of Montgomery High of Santa Rosa, who surged past Steen two miles in and won her third straight Mt. SAC sweepstakes race. Steen, however, was encouraged that her time was four seconds faster than Fountain Valley's Julie Allen, who defeated Steen head-to-head in last week's Orange County Championships.
NEWS
September 8, 2000
South Coast Repertory recently appointed Tom Aberger and Nicki Genovese to its executive staff. Aberger, who most recently came from the Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, is the new production manager. He oversees a full-time staff of 30 and part-time staff members at the repertory's technical departments. He creates and supervises production budgets and interacts with directors and designers for 13 stage productions. His other projects include a touring show for schools and the Pacific Playwrights Festival in June.
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