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September 14, 2000
The Hawks widened their lead in the Howe Division standings Tuesday night by doubling up on the Wildcats, 6-3, in action at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Kyle Yamaoka and Troy Bosiljevac each scored twice and assisted another goal to lead the first place Hawks, who improved to 8-1 overall and took a three-game lead in the division standings. The winners also received a pair of goals from Kyle Bezayiff, an assist from Kevin Danielson, and 16 saves from goalie Adam O'Connor.
SPORTS
February 21, 2008
The Diablos scored twice and didn?t give up a goal during an overtime shootout, and the effort resulted in a 5-3 victory over the Hawks in Howe Division action at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Austin Koss scored the last of his match-best three goals to open up the shootout session, and Dana Everett capped the scoring to put the Diablos up 5-3. Corey Childers also scored, Koss had an assist, and Ricky Zatarain recorded 19 saves. Andrew Schenker, Alec Lang and Stuart Urbano all scored for the Hawks.
NEWS
December 18, 2003
Weston Bales netted five goals and the Hawks scored a victory in Lemieux Division play at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach by defeating the Blades, 9-5. Also getting into the scoring act for the Hawks were Michael Mendoza, Tyler Dinley, Brett Martin and Mark Miller. Martin also had two assists and Mendoza and Chad Romers each had one. Jaryd Mason finished with 35 saves. Chris Jones scored a hat trick for the Blades, while Ricky Olson and Kyle Moreno each scored once.
NEWS
September 3, 1999
Sam Robinson scored a match-high three goals Thursday and in the process, ran his team-high season total to 19 goals, to lead the Hawks to a 5-2 win over the Renegades in a Smythe Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. John Barrows, second in scoring with 14 on the season, and Michael Thistle, each scored once, and Breanna Adkins and Jordan John each had an assist to complete the Hawks' offense. The win moved the Hawks to 3-4-2 overall.
SPORTS
January 11, 2007
The Hawks broke open a scoreless Howe Division match with the Bulldogs by scoring four goals in the second period and continued to blister the net in a 7-1 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Evan Hess led the scoring attack with three goals. Dylan Rodriguez scored twice and Manny Banuelos and Steven Landis each scored once. Jake Rennison picked up a pair of assists and Brad Giszewski had 12 saves. In other Howe Division action: TnT 2, Who Cares 1 Johnny Richardson scored in a shootout session, as TnT survived Who Cares.
NEWS
December 9, 1999
The Magic played their first game of the 1999-2000 National Junior Basketball season Wednesday, looking much the way they did a year ago in cruising past the Hawks, 55-32, in a Fountain Valley NJB boys Division I contest at Fountain Valley High. The Magic, who won the division title during the 1998-1999 season, rolled from the opening tip. A feisty defensive effort in the second quarter limited the Hawks to just two points as the Magic ran up a 23-8 halftime advantage.
SPORTS
March 22, 2007
The Bulldogs used a goal by Trevor Brenden to break a tie and defeat the Hawks, 4-3, in a Howe Division match Tuesday at the Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center. The goal was the third of the match for Brenden. Chris Theriault also scored, and assists went to Brandon Pepper, Matthew Bozanich and Sydney Russakov. Jessica Baltazar had 34 saves. Evan Hess scored twice, and Manny Banuelos once for the Hawks. Steven Landis had three assists, one shared with Jake Rennison. Brad Giczewski had 25 saves.
NEWS
August 3, 2000
Kyle Bezayiff scored two goals and assisted another Tuesday to help lead the Hawks to an 8-3 Howe Division victory over the Flyers at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Kevin Danielson and Andy Massrey each also scored twice, Kyle Yamaoka scored once with an assist, and goalie Adam O'Connor stopped 26 shot attempts to complete the Hawks' victory. Adam Bosch, Jake Marsey, and Ross Turchi all scored, Corey Morinaka had an assist, and goalie Hunter Golden had 19 saves for the Flyers.
NEWS
March 17, 2005
VIC LEIPZIG AND LOU MURRAY We hope you're wearing green today, not just to show your support for the environment, but because it's St. Patrick's Day. It's time for shamrocks, corned beef and cabbage, and snakes. Oops, no snakes. St. Patrick drove them out of Ireland in the sixth century. Actually, he didn't. There were never any snakes in Ireland. Banishing the snakes is said to represent the destruction of the pagan beliefs that existed in Ireland during the life of St. Patrick.
SPORTS
February 1, 2007
The Hawks scored five of their six goals over the final two quarters to pull away from Who Cares and post a 6-3 Howe Division victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Evan Hess' two goals paced the Hawks offense. Jake Rennison, Joshua Gruwell, Steven Landis and Sean Kitchen also scored goals, Dylan Rodriguez and Manny Banuelos each had two assists and Rennison and Cameron Ciantar also had an assist. Brad Giczewski finished with 18 saves. Aaron Wong scored both goals for Who Cares, the second off an assist from Brett Biederman.
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SPORTS
November 7, 2012
It took overtime to earn it, but the Huntington Beach Mighty Mite Division Green Chargers closed out their season Saturday with a victory. Huntington registered its sixth win of the season by edging the Canyon Hills Red Hawks, 7-6, in Pop Warner Football action at Edison High. The teams were scoreless through four quarters. The Green Chargers, who ended their year with a 6-4 record, are: Jeremy Alcorn, Carson Chalabian, Shawn Chisholm, Dane Despars, Ryan Easterday, Jordan Ginnis, Owen Jewell, Brayden Johnson, Keilan Lefaoseu, Jimmy Mendoza, Luke Mulford, Jerian Operana, Phil Overturf, Connor Provost, Jackson Schnoor, Bryce Sizemore, Jace Umbarger and Joey Valenta.
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SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | March 7, 2012
ANAHEIM - The Huntington Beach High girls' basketball team had nearly enough firepower in its arsenal to knock off another giant. Three days after taking down second-ranked El Toro, third-ranked Huntington Beach gave top-ranked Summit all it could handle in Friday's CIF Southern Section Division 1A championship game at Anaheim Arena. The SkyHawks scored the final five points of the game to pull out a 56-51 victory to give the school its first Southern Section title in girls' basketball.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | December 9, 2010
Sixteen teams start converging at the Ocean View High gym Monday for the start of the Ocean View Hawk Holiday Classic girls’ basketball tournament. The event runs daily through Dec. 18 and features some of the top girls’ teams in Orange County. Below are the opening round games for Monday and Tuesday: Monday 3 p.m.: Westminster (3-1) vs. Dana Hills (1-1): Dana Hills finished runner-up last year to the tournament title. Westminster has won two-straight games.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | October 28, 2009
Chris Hawk, the renowned surfer and shaper who was inducted into the Surfers’ Hall of Fame last month, died of cancer Friday at the age of 58. Along with his brothers, Sam and Tom, Chris Hawk won a reputation as a skilled surfer during the 1960s and ’70s. To many, though, he was more famous for shaping boards — a craft that involves taking a piece of foam or wood and carving it into a surfboard shape, which is then coated in glass to waterproof it. Gary Sahagen, the executive director of the International Surfing Museum in Huntington Beach, said Hawk played an integral role in what he termed “the short board revolution” of the ’70s, in which surfers began trading in their long boards for new ones that were 2 or 3 feet shorter.
NEWS
By Michael Miller | October 27, 2009
Chris Hawk, the renowned surfer and shaper who was inducted into the Surfers’ Hall of Fame last month, died of cancer Friday at the age of 58. Along with his brothers, Sam and Tom, Hawk won a reputation as a skilled surfer during the 1960s and 70s. To many, though, he was more famous for shaping boards — a craft that involves taking a piece of foam or wood and carving it into a surfboard shape, which is then coated in glass to waterproof...
FEATURES
By Michael Miller | September 24, 2009
Multiple generations of Huntington Beach?s surfing community gathered Friday morning outside Huntington Surf and Sport to induct Chris Hawk, who is suffering from throat cancer, into the Surfers? Hall of Fame. About 200 people stood outside the surf shop on Pacific Coast Highway as Hawk pressed his hands and feet and inscribed a message in a slab of wet concrete. After Hawk had completed the message, which read simply ?Peace ? Love ? Surf,? surfer Peter Townend presented the inductee with a trophy.
LOCAL
By Brenda GeringerCommunity Correspondent | October 29, 2008
Flying owls, hawks, and falcons have been invading the streets of Huntington Beach...and The Owl Man is to blame! Ken "The Owl Man" Miknuk remembers the time in his life when his fascination with Birds of Prey began. He was 9 years old, and for him, no joy was greater than watching hawks, falcons and owls fly, hunt and raise their young.  Today, he beams his enthusiasm for these beautiful creatures whenever he holds a class or presentation.    At the age of 16, Ken received his State and Federal Falconer’s License.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | July 3, 2008
The Hot Shots fell behind the Lightning Blades in the early stages of Saturday?s Campbell Division title game but stormed back to score the final six goals of the match to claim a 6-1 victory and the title at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Jake Coon scored off an assist from Konnor Schnack just one minute into the contest to give the Lightning Blades a 1-0 lead. The Hot Shots drew even when Shane Martinez scored at the 10:09 mark, then used goals by Jordon Corwin and David Cortez before the first period ended ?
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