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By Mike Sciacca | March 14, 2012
Huntington Beach, Marina and Edison picked up victories Tuesday at the Laguna Hills Tournament, sending all three on to the semifinals. The Oilers were impressive in posting an 8-0 shutout over host Laguna Hills. The Vikings took care of Dana Hills, 9-3, and the Chargers led all the way in defeating Northwood, 3-1. Tournament games were played at Alicia Park in Mission Viejo. Nataly Salazar hit a home run, her second of the season, and drove in three runs and Emily Stoner homered with two runs batted in to power Huntington's offense against Laguna Hills.
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By: | September 17, 2005
Kenny Rakestraw Born: May 24, 1988 Hometown: Newport Beach Height: 6-foot-4 Weight: 160 pounds Sport: Cross country Position: No. 1 runner Coach: Nowell Kay Favorite food: Burritos Favorite movie: "40-year-old Virgin" Favorite athletic moment: "Winning my race last Saturday at the Laguna Hills invitational. I've never won a race before." Week in review: Rakestraw had the day's fastest time (15:40) in winning the Laguna Hills invitational's senior Division II race.
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March 7, 2002
o7 The following people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guiltyf7 . Ludmila Allegre, 56, Huntington Beach Amjed N. Alzoybi, 34, Ojai Christopher J. Cayton, 27, Westminster Roldan R. Cruz, 23, Huntington Beach Erick M. Derbsch, 25, Laguna Hills ...
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October 27, 2005
A 50-18 rout of Fullerton wraps up 7-0 conference run.Despite playing the season with just six players, Team Neighbor -- a National Junior Basketball girls' eighth-grade All-Net team -- won the Green Conference Fall League championship. Team Neighbor won two games an hour apart Sunday and defeated Laguna Hills, 47-46, and Fullerton, 50-18, to wrap up the title. Team Neighbor finished conference play with a 7-0 record. "I rate the performance today as courageous," Team Neighbor coach Tim Brennan said of his team's performances.
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December 23, 1999
Edison High and the girls varsity basketball program will host the inaugural Orange County Championships, a four-day basketball tournament that will run from Dec. 27-30 at the Edison gymnasium. The tournament has landed quite a field for its first endeavor, with eight of its teams ranked among the top 15 by area sports writers. All eight competing teams are reigning league champions, and posted a combined 76-4 record in league play during the 1999 season.
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December 9, 2004
Mike Sciacca Ocean View High's boys' basketball opened its own Tournament of Champions on Monday with a 74-59 victory over Laguna Hills in the first game of a six-day tournament. The Seahawks, who returned Sunday from a season-opening tournament in Texas, got 21 points from forward/center Clint Amberry and 15 more from guard John Greiner in defeating Laguna Hills. Ocean View was 2-2 coming into the Tournament of Champions and its most recent victory was a thrilling -- and draining -- triple overtime victory over Carroll of San Antonio in its final Lone Star Invitational game Saturday.
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By Anne Milo and Jayce Yamagishi | October 13, 2009
  The Orange County Department of Education has identified over 22,000 school-age children living on the streets, in shelters, or motels due to economic hardship.   The Project Homeless Outreach Program in Education (HOPE) School Foundation is presenting an Afternoon of Hope and Jazz fundraiser to raise awareness about the homeless outreach program, based in the city of Orange. The event will be held at the Peak Estate 25522 Nellie Gail Road in Laguna Hills on Sunday, October 11 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  “There is so much support from the community for this event-- area businesses and residents are donating their time and resources to make this happen,” says Diane Barrows, of Laguna Hills, director of mission services at St. Joseph Hospital and Project HOPE School Foundation board member.
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June 6, 2002
Johann Appell and Dolly Ginter, both Huntington Beach residents, won their respective races at last weekend's Pfizer Flo-Jo Memorial Half Marathon and 5K held at Saddleback Memorial Medical Center in Laguna Hills. Appell won the Open 5K with a time of 10:02 in a hotly contested run that saw Riverside's Bbshir Hassin finish behind Appell by one-tenth of one second. Ginter won her race in easier fashion. Her time of 17:48 was 14 seconds better than that of runner-up and hometown athlete, Brooke Thomas of Laguna Hills.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 19, 2014
The championship game of the Laguna Hills Tournament turned into an all-Sunset League affair between to neighboring softball rivals and in the first meeting of the season between the teams, ended with the score favoring Marina. The Vikings captured the tourney title March 13 by defeating Huntington Beach, 5-2, at Alicia Park in Mission Viejo. Senior pitcher Tera Blanco was named MVP of the tournament and junior Emili Olague and senior Desiree Hagberg made the all-tournament team.
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SPORTS
April 10, 2013
Thursday Boys' Golf (2:30 p.m.) Edison vs. Huntington (at SeaCliff GC) Fountain Valley vs. Marina (at Meadowlark GC) Track and Field (2:45 p.m.) Huntington at Edison Marina at Fountain Valley (4:45 p.m.) Edison at Marina Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) Huntington at Edison Fountain Valley at Marina Santa Ana at Ocean View Swimming (3 p.m.) Marina at Millikan Softball (3:15 p.m.) Los Alamitos at Edison Fountain Valley at Newport Harbor Segerstrom at Ocean View (6 p.m.)
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By Mike Sciacca | March 21, 2012
The Marina High softball team had its bid to win the Laguna Hills Tournament come up a victory short, as Orange Lutheran won the title by edging the Vikings, 3-2, on March 15 at Alicia Park in Mission Viejo. The contest pitted two ranked Division 1 teams: Orange Lutheran is ranked second and Marina is No. 7. The Vikings, who suffered their first loss of the season in falling to 7-1, took a 2-1 lead into the bottom of the fifth inning but the Lancers scored single runs in the fifth and sixth innings to pull out the win. Tera Blanco pitched a complete game and went on to be named Defensive Player of the Tournament, Marina Coach Shelly Luth said.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 14, 2012
Huntington Beach, Marina and Edison picked up victories Tuesday at the Laguna Hills Tournament, sending all three on to the semifinals. The Oilers were impressive in posting an 8-0 shutout over host Laguna Hills. The Vikings took care of Dana Hills, 9-3, and the Chargers led all the way in defeating Northwood, 3-1. Tournament games were played at Alicia Park in Mission Viejo. Nataly Salazar hit a home run, her second of the season, and drove in three runs and Emily Stoner homered with two runs batted in to power Huntington's offense against Laguna Hills.
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April 13, 2011
Seven locals selected for All-Star contests Seven local basketball players will take the court Saturday at Concordia University in Irvine for the 46th Orange County All-Star Basketball Games. The annual event pits senior players from north and south county schools in three games: boys', girls' and small schools. The small schools game is at noon, the girls' contest is at 5 p.m. and the boys' game follows at 7 p.m. The seven, all playing for their respective south squads, are: Daniel Healy and Riley Thomas of Brethren Christian, Christina Marquette and Dylan Garrity of Edison, Sasha Mancisidor of Huntington Beach, Alyssa Kinoshita of Marina and Billy Keller of Ocean View.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | March 23, 2011
Marina, Huntington Beach and Edison opened the Sunset League baseball schedule with victories, Ocean View started its bid for a repeat Golden West League title with a win and in softball, Edison was impressive in the previous week in winning the Laguna Hills Tournament championship. In Sunset baseball openers Friday, Marina won 4-2 at Newport Harbor, Huntington Beach staged a big-time, sixth-inning rally to overtake Los Alamitos, 5-4, and Edison began defense of its league title with a 7-0 win at Fountain Valley.
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By Matt Szabo | February 10, 2010
George Border was the oldest runner in this year’s Surf City USA Marathon, but the 81-year-old from Huntington Beach didn’t act his age Sunday as he neared the finish line. He said he stopped for several minutes to celebrate with supporters lined along the race route. “I had a good time,” Border said. “The first part of the marathon I did very nicely. I was right around a 10-minute mile. [At the finish line] I talked with a lot of people and had a lot of high-fives.
LOCAL
October 15, 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. ?Jennifer Crabtree-Robin, 35, Huntington Beach ?Daniel M. Coley, 23, Fullerton ?Gungor Kaya, 31, Anaheim ?Lucas J. Newbill, 29, Laguna Hills ?Justene N. Guthrie, 30, Mission Viejo ?Thomas Chapanar, 60, Seal Beach ?Jacqueline A. Shinn, 26, Huntington Beach ?
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By Anne Milo and Jayce Yamagishi | October 13, 2009
  The Orange County Department of Education has identified over 22,000 school-age children living on the streets, in shelters, or motels due to economic hardship.   The Project Homeless Outreach Program in Education (HOPE) School Foundation is presenting an Afternoon of Hope and Jazz fundraiser to raise awareness about the homeless outreach program, based in the city of Orange. The event will be held at the Peak Estate 25522 Nellie Gail Road in Laguna Hills on Sunday, October 11 at 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.  “There is so much support from the community for this event-- area businesses and residents are donating their time and resources to make this happen,” says Diane Barrows, of Laguna Hills, director of mission services at St. Joseph Hospital and Project HOPE School Foundation board member.
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