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November 22, 2007
The H.B. Bears, and the Green and Black Dudes played on even terms throughout most of their match Saturday in a battle for the championship of the 9-and-Under Division of AYSO Region 56 (Southeast Huntington Beach), and it was the Bears who won the title by virtue of a hard-fought, 1-0 victory. Keegan Coleman scored the lone goal. Leading the way on defense for both teams was Coleman for the Bears, and Max and Mateo Rivera for the Green and Black Dudes. Ezequiel Linares had a big save in the opening half and Clay Culhane?
SPORTS
May 18, 2006
Nick Hoskins came up with 29 saves and Justin Campbell led the scoring attack of The Bears as they clawed their way past the Diablos, 5-2, in a Norris Division affair at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Hoskins recorded 12 of his 29 saves in the third quarter where he and The Bears defense shutout the Diablos. Campbell led all scorers with three goals. Adam Khouri and Conner Reeves also scored, James Shramek had a pair of assists and Brandon Doyle had an assist.
SPORTS
August 3, 2006
The Bears came up with four goals on offense in the final period of play while their defense shut down the Diablos, and the result was an 8-3 victory in a Norris Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Austin Koss powered the Bears with a match-best six goals, including the final goal of the match. Justin Campbell scored the other two goals, both of which came after Koss had scored his team's first five goals. Tyler Gealy had two assists and Campbell and Dean Kopchok each had one assist.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | November 13, 2008
The Lucky Charms opened up a three-goal lead on the Soccer Rockers in their AYSO Region 56 girls? Under-9 division match Saturday, but then had to score the game?s final goal to claim a 4-3 victory. That 3-0 lead was established in the first half with two goals from Gretchen Kirkreit, and another by Lauren Schuck. The Soccer Rockers staged a big second half comeback to tie the score. Jessica Ruggiero posted two goals in the third quarter and then went on to record a hat trick by scoring another goal in the fourth quarter that drew her team into a 3-3 tie in the closing minutes.
SPORTS
April 20, 2006
Tyler Wilford and Matthew Manning combined to score nine goals, and the Rink Rats scored from start to finish in defeating the Bears, 11-5, in a Norris Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. The pair scored the first seven goals for the Rink Rats. Wilford led all scorers with five goals, and Manning finished with four. Completing the scoring for the Rink Rats were Danielle Dapello and Kirsten Schaefer, each with one goal. Jeremy Williams picked up a pair of assists, and Schaefer and Brittney Cristini each had one assist.
SPORTS
August 17, 2006
Aaron Maccabi scored an unassisted goal in overtime and the Breakers defense held up its end in defeating the Grommets, 4-3, in a Norris Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Alexander Taros, Kyle Skitco and Nolan Strout also scored unassisted goals for the Breakers. Jake Grothjan had 22 saves. Jake Rennison scored all three goal for the Grommets, the second coming off an assist from Alec Lang. Emmett Jaeger had 21 saves. Other Division Action: Bears 7, Raptors 4 The Bears jumped out to a 6-2 lead through two quarters and went on to defeat the Raptors.
SPORTS
August 24, 2006
Mark Clifford scored the final four goals of the match for the Kings as they pulled away to defeat Norris Division rival, the Raptors, 5-2, at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Jake Shaylor scored five minutes into the match to give the Kings a 1-0 lead. Kian Nafison had a pair of assists and Ethan Higbee finished with 26 saves. Jack Surdin and Andrew Schenker scored for the Raptors and Nick Hoskins had 14 saves. In other Norris Division action: Bears 7, Breakers 4 Tyler Gealy scored three goals to lead the Bears on offense in their win against the Breakers.
SPORTS
July 13, 2006
The Grommets never trailed in their Norris Division match against the Breakers and went on to collect a season-opening 6-1 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Caden Thompson led the scoring charge with three goals. Danielle Dapello, Colin Reyes and Jake Renninson also scored. Reyes, Renninson and Nicole Langley each had an assist, and Emmett Jaeger recorded 16 saves. The Breakers received their lone goal off the stick of Kyle Hoglund, who was set up by Alexander Taros.
SPORTS
February 1, 2007
The Stars defense recorded a shutout and the offense mustered enough offense to score a 2-0 victory over the Flyers in a Norris Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Following a scoreless first quarter, Colin Reyes posted a second-quarter goal to give the Stars a 1-0 lead. They got an insurance goal from Trenton Shehan in the third quarter. Kyler Scott got the shutout behind 17 saves. Trevor Scott had 27 saves for the Flyers. In other Norris Division action Dry Ice 8, Breakers 3 Dry Ice jumped out to a 3-0 first-quarter lead and led the entire way in defeating the Breakers.
SPORTS
October 12, 2006
It took overtime to decide which team would reign in the Smythe Division at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach, and it was the Bruins who edged Light It Up, 9-8. A goal by Kyle Langley, set up by Braxton Greco, decided the outcome, as division championship play heated up at the Center on Saturday. Langley finished the match with two goals and the Bruins, who rallied from a 5-2 deficit by scoring five goals in the final period, were led in scoring by Jeremy Corwin with three goals.
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By Samantha Schaefer and By Samantha Schaefer | November 19, 2013
Bear sightings have become a common occurrence in the Los Angeles foothills, but in Huntington Beach? Passersby were stopped in their tracks this week at the sight of a bear peering out the window of a yellow Lamborghini near the beach city's Main Street. Video footage shows a crowd form around the car, with spectators hesitantly running up to the window to snap a photo with the mellow ursine and give it a pat on the head. Some believed people were simply ogling the flashy sports car before noticing a furry head poking out the window.
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By Elle Harrow and Terry Markowitz | May 30, 2012
Folks in Laguna Beach and Newport Coast won't have to journey to the Balboa Peninsula anymore to get their sensational, fresh fish tacos from Bear Flag Fish Co. This casual restaurant and seafood market has opened a location in the Crystal Cove Promenade. Just like the original, it's been packed since the day it opened. Owners Thomas and Erika Carson created the company based on "the love of the ocean and, most of all, the love and knowledge of fresh seafood. " Thomas, a Newport native, grew up working on his dad's fishing boat called Bear Flag.
NEWS
By Vic Leipzig and Lou Murray | August 17, 2011
Vic led a birding trip to Big Bear Lake recently for his senior citizen class in bird watching. I was more than happy to go with him because I love the San Bernardino Mountains. We drove up State Route 38 on a beautiful Friday morning, meeting the group at the Oaks Restaurant in Angelus Oaks for an early lunch. If you've never explored the dirt roads around the Angelus Oaks area, you're missing out on a treat. We took a sharp left off the highway at the first pullout beyond the Oaks Restaurant and bounced down the steep grade of Middle Control Road.
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By Britney Barnes | March 31, 2010
It may be called Surf City, but for music lovers, Huntington Beach is the home of the Golden Bear. Since the nightclub’s demise in the late 1980s, some residents have been waiting, or actively plotting, its return. And now Ladera Ranch resident Joe Daichendt, co-owner of Pierside Pavilion and his father, Gary, is trying to bring a Golden Bear concert venue to the city in summer 2011. The Golden Bear was a music venue where the likes of John Denver, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan and Steve Martin played to intimate crowds.
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By Britney Barnes | October 1, 2009
He sat at his keyboard, fingers effortlessly picking out the keys, illuminated by the lone spotlight as musicians silently came out of the wings of the stage to join him. One by one, the musicians added their instruments to the mix, until the lonely keyboard melody was a roaring performance of “Break On Through,” by the Doors’ own Ray Manzarek and local band Honk. Manzarek and Honk took the stage, along with David Lindley and Jack Tempchin, Friday for the Golden Bear Reunion Concert at the Hilton Waterfront Beach Resort in Huntington Beach.
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By Candice Baker | September 23, 2009
Ask many longtime Huntington Beach residents which civic decision they most regret, and the demolition of the Bear is likely to be high on their list. The now-legendary music venue, a former haunt of musicians from Jimi Hendrix to Jimmy Buffett, stood for more than 60 years in downtown Huntington Beach. From its beginnings as a restaurant in the 1920s, it morphed into a celebrated concert hall before to its sudden closure due to building instability — and redevelopment pressures — in 1986.
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By Britney Barnes | September 23, 2009
In years past, John Denver, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Dylan, Steve Martin and countless other musicians rocked out in the spot where a half-dozen men gathered last Thursday to discuss bringing back a place that impacted all of their lives. Today, the spot holds paintings for sale, a few sculptures and, to the trained eye, an homage to its rock and roll past — framed photographs of the iconic building facade, a ticket stub and a book on its history. “This is why we are here.
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