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September 28, 2000
-- Angelique Flores Dozens of Golden West College athletes will continue their college careers this fall at various four-year universities across the nation. Many of the university-bound Rustlers earned scholarships for their noteworthy athletic achievements while attending college, and all of them will continue competing in their respective sports. Albert Gasparian, the college's athletic director and the women's volleyball coach, said the athletic scholarships received by students are valued at about $500,000 a year.
NEWS
June 17, 2004
Okwudibonye signs with Cal State Northridge Ocean View High basketball standout Greg Okwudibonye, a senior, has singed a national letter of intent with Cal State Northridge, Matadors men's basketball coach Bobby Braswell announced. Okwudibonye, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound guard, is the 33rd recruit to sign a National Letter of Intent with the Matadors during the Braswell era. He selected Cal State Northridge over Long Beach State, Sacramento State and Pepperdine.
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By: | August 22, 2005
The UC Irvine men's soccer team has been picked to finish fourth in the Big West Conference preaseason coaches' poll. The Anteaters, led by 2004 Big West Midfielder of the Year Brad Evans, received 18 points in the poll topped by UC Santa Barbara (33). Evans is a member of the U.S. under-20 national team and led the Anteaters with seven goals and 18 points a year ago. UCI, coached by George Kuntz, was 7-13, 3-7 in conference in 2004. Cal State Northridge (29)
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By: | August 22, 2005
The UC Irvine women's soccer team has been picked to finish last in the eight-team Big West Conference in the coaches' preseason poll. Costa Mesa High product Sharon Day, one of three first-team all-conference returners for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, is expected to help the Mustangs contend for their sixth Big West crown in seven seasons. Cal Poly, 11-2-6, 5-1-3 in conference last season, received 57 points to edge Cal State Fullerton (54) atop the poll.
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By Michael Alexander | July 30, 2008
After half a year of searching, Huntington Beach has found a new permanent city administrator, officials announced Wednesday. The new person to head Huntington Beach’s numerous departments will be Fred Wilson, 49, now city manager of San Bernardino. Wilson has held that job for 12 years, following nine years of subordinate jobs in the same office. Following a City Council vote on his contract Monday, he is scheduled to start in Huntington Beach Sept. 22. “It is an honor to be appointed as the new city administrator for the city of Huntington Beach,” Wilson said in a statement.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 27, 2008
Three members of the Huntington girls? basketball team have been named to the 2008 All-Sea View League team. Huntington senior center Jasmine Erving and junior point guard Noelani Viloria were named to the first team and junior power forward Sarah Hoagland was named second-team. ?It was definitely expected that Jasmine and Noe would be up there, seeing as how they were among the top players in the league,? Huntington Coach Russell McClurg said. ?Both have been first-team all-league since they were freshmen.
NEWS
May 18, 2000
-- Compiled by Torus Tammer, photo by XXXXX FAMILY STATUS: Husband Carl, daughter LuAnna Jeanette, two Chinese Shar-peis and two cats EDUCATION: Master's degree in recreation and leisure management from Cal State Northridge EXPLAIN YOUR JOB IN 15 WORDS OR FEWER: Plan, organize, implement and supervise special events in the community YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT: Raising my daughter to be an independent, ...
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
WESTMINSTER — They advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinals with a three-game victory, but the members of the La Cañada High boys' volleyball team sure didn't feel like they swept Westminster La Quinta on Tuesday. "They made us work for [the victory]," Spartan senior outside hitter Joe Hummel said after his team's 25-20, 25-23, 25-22 second-round road victory that took 67 minutes to complete. "It was a battle all the way through." La Cañada (17-4)
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By Matt Szabo | January 21, 2010
Rebounding in basketball is sometimes unappreciated. The top NBA rebounder of the 1990s, Dennis Rodman, was as well-known for his multi-colored hair designs and posing in a wedding dress as for crashing the boards. The top rebounder of last decade, Ben Wallace, might have been as well-known for his afro. Huntington Beach High senior Meghan White is decidedly less eccentric, but she also possesses the ability to know where a missed shot is going to end up. And the top rebounders might not always be the biggest stars, but White is definitely appreciated by the Oilers.
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By Michael Alexander | July 30, 2008
After half a year of searching, Huntington Beach has found a new permanent city administrator, officials announced Wednesday. The new person to head Huntington Beach’s numerous departments will be Fred Wilson, 49, now city manager of San Bernardino. Wilson has held that job for 12 years, following nine years of subordinate jobs in the same office. Following a City Council vote on his contract Monday, he is scheduled to start in Huntington Beach Sept. 22. “It is an honor to be appointed as the new city administrator for the city of Huntington Beach,” Wilson said in a statement.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 27, 2008
Three members of the Huntington girls? basketball team have been named to the 2008 All-Sea View League team. Huntington senior center Jasmine Erving and junior point guard Noelani Viloria were named to the first team and junior power forward Sarah Hoagland was named second-team. ?It was definitely expected that Jasmine and Noe would be up there, seeing as how they were among the top players in the league,? Huntington Coach Russell McClurg said. ?Both have been first-team all-league since they were freshmen.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
WESTMINSTER — They advanced to the CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinals with a three-game victory, but the members of the La Cañada High boys' volleyball team sure didn't feel like they swept Westminster La Quinta on Tuesday. "They made us work for [the victory]," Spartan senior outside hitter Joe Hummel said after his team's 25-20, 25-23, 25-22 second-round road victory that took 67 minutes to complete. "It was a battle all the way through." La Cañada (17-4)
NEWS
By: | August 22, 2005
The UC Irvine women's soccer team has been picked to finish last in the eight-team Big West Conference in the coaches' preseason poll. Costa Mesa High product Sharon Day, one of three first-team all-conference returners for Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, is expected to help the Mustangs contend for their sixth Big West crown in seven seasons. Cal Poly, 11-2-6, 5-1-3 in conference last season, received 57 points to edge Cal State Fullerton (54) atop the poll.
NEWS
By: | August 22, 2005
The UC Irvine men's soccer team has been picked to finish fourth in the Big West Conference preaseason coaches' poll. The Anteaters, led by 2004 Big West Midfielder of the Year Brad Evans, received 18 points in the poll topped by UC Santa Barbara (33). Evans is a member of the U.S. under-20 national team and led the Anteaters with seven goals and 18 points a year ago. UCI, coached by George Kuntz, was 7-13, 3-7 in conference in 2004. Cal State Northridge (29)
NEWS
June 17, 2004
Okwudibonye signs with Cal State Northridge Ocean View High basketball standout Greg Okwudibonye, a senior, has singed a national letter of intent with Cal State Northridge, Matadors men's basketball coach Bobby Braswell announced. Okwudibonye, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound guard, is the 33rd recruit to sign a National Letter of Intent with the Matadors during the Braswell era. He selected Cal State Northridge over Long Beach State, Sacramento State and Pepperdine.
NEWS
October 5, 2000
-- Angelique Flores Golden West College is offering a workshop that combines the ancient Chinese principles of feng shui, the method of placement and design, with face reading from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Community Center, Room 102. Participants will learn how to create nurturing environments that improve health and the quality of life. The fee is $56. The college is at 15744 Goldenwest St., Huntington Beach. Information or registration: (714)
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