Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: HB Independent HomeCollectionsCorona Del
IN THE NEWS

Corona Del

NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
SOCCER Region 120 Boys under 16 Costa Mesa 4, South Irvine 0: Juan Becerra scored two goals. Defenders Matt Kirchberg, Luu Nguyen and Jacob Hurd were hard to stop and hard to score on. AYSO Region 57 Girls under 16 Corona del Mar 2, Costa Mesa Code Blue 0: Corona del Mar remained undefeated, beating host Blue Code in a competitive match. Bayley Sprowls scored in the midst of traffic. In the second half, the defensive play by Taylor Rhodes, Chelsea Giger, Ariana Condon and Alix Condon led the way. Julie Kramer scored the final goal of the game with an assist from Breezy Brewster.
Advertisement
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | October 6, 2005
Hirings and firings are common in the fickle world of the National Football League, so coaches' families are used to moving from one city to another at a moment's notice. "This was different," said Cathie Sheppard, whose husband, Mike, began this year as offensive coordinator of the New Orleans Saints. Hurricane Katrina forced the family out of its New Orleans home of more than three years. After stops in Cleveland, Baltimore, San Diego, Seattle and Buffalo, Cathie Sheppard said the family was enjoying a period of normalcy.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | October 6, 2005
Since the 2001 season, Northwood High has been the gold standard in Pacific Coast League football. Corona del Mar, which meets the Timberwolves tonight at 7 at Irvine High, may find out if its league title aspirations this season are merely fool's gold. The Sea Kings (3-2, 1-0 in league), ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division IX, have pinned their hopes on a sterling defense that last week recorded the program's first shoutout in 62 games, dating back to 1999.
NEWS
By: Dave Thorpe | October 1, 2005
Katie McKitterick is the type of athlete that would excel in any sport she chose. As a freshman at Sage Hill School, she played tennis, soccer and softball and did well in all of them. "She's a tremendous athlete. She played three sports at Sage Hill and she was voted the school's Most Outstanding Athlete as a freshman," Corona del Mar High girls golf Coach Mike Starkweather said. "When she came to us, she just wanted to play golf." That was fine with Starkweather.
NEWS
By: Dave Thorpe | October 1, 2005
If the Corona del Mar High football team is going to capture the Pacific Coast League title, it's going to do it with a dominant, play-making defense. Corona del Mar's league opener Friday night was a good start. The Sea King defense intercepted four passes, picked up three fumbles and scored three touchdowns in a 40-0 victory over Calvary Chapel at Newport Harbor High. The Sea King defense took over the game in the third quarter, coming up with turnovers on each Eagle possession.
NEWS
By: Chris Yemma | September 30, 2005
The Corona del Mar High girls volleyball team was angry. It had reason to be. The defending CIF Southern Section Division III-A champion Sea Kings had stumbled to a 1-8 record through the early part of this season, and were in the fast lane to mediocrity. Until Thursday. "They were a little bit angry that they had lost all of these matches in the preseason," CdM Coach Bill Christiansen said. The anger fueled the fire, and the host Sea Kings responded with a 25-23, 17-25, 25-23, 25-15 Pacific Coast League victory over rival Laguna Beach, a victory that could trigger some momentum.
NEWS
By: Elia Powers | September 29, 2005
Two women wearing similar outfits locked arms near a clothing rack at the back of the American Cancer Society Discovery Shop in Corona del Mar. Laguna Beach resident Sue Jacobs initiated the contact. She was touched by the story of her friend, Huntington Beach resident Herta Fremont. "Her steadfastness and charisma is amazing," Jacobs said. "She's always been there and always does so much for people. She motivates everyone." Discovery Shops, which raise money for the American Cancer Society through retail sales, celebrated their 40th anniversary last month at 43 stores across California.
NEWS
By: | September 27, 2005
Sophomore Justine Chen carded a 1-over-par 36 to earn medalist honors and lead the Sage Hill School girls golf team to a 241-303 Academy League victory over Oxford Academy Monday at Strawberry Farms Golf Club. Chen carded an eagle and two birdies for Sage (5-1, 1-0 in league), while junior Ema Koh (46), freshman Sarah Anderson (49), junior Natalie Kraft (52) and sophomore Madison Gillis (53) also scored. Sage plays Ocean View at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Strawberry Farms.
NEWS
By: | September 25, 2005
Jack Turner raced to a 16:39 to lead the Corona del Mar boys cross country team to a first-place finish at the prestigious Stanford invitational Saturday with 106 points, ahead of runner-up and Northern California power St. Francis (121). Tommy Hutchison (16:54), Timmy Scott (17:02), Ryan Guthrie (17:04) and Brian Licorish (17:09) also scored for the Sea Kings, while Tri Nguyen (17:55) and Paris Salgado (18:50) contributed. Sailor girls victorious CROSS COUNTRY: Newport Harbor's girls cross country team captured the 25-team Fall Classic invitational, hosted by Orange Lutheran and Valencia at Central Park in Huntington Beach on Saturday, behind individual champion Whitney Blue (17:06)
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | September 23, 2005
A space heater left on too close to a bed caused a two-alarm house fire in Corona del Mar early Thursday, leaving one woman hospitalized and another requiring treatment for first- and second-degree burns, fire officials said. Four generations of females were living in the home in the 500 block of Narcissus Avenue when the blaze erupted at 1:40 a.m., fire officials said. Another woman, who rents the upstairs of the house, was not home at the time of fire, officials said.
Huntington Beach Independent Articles Huntington Beach Independent Articles
|