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By Mike Sciacca | July 19, 2007
Five days after winning a District 62 championship, the Robinwood Little League All-Star team was eliminated from postseason competition after losing two games at the Section 10 Tournament. Robinwood, which hosted the double-elimination tournament on the same field where it won the district title, hadn't lost an All-Star game until Saturday when it lost to Laguna Niguel. On Sunday, Robinwood was eliminated by Tijeras Creek. Laguna Niguel and Tijeras Creek were the only two remaining teams left in the Section 10 tournament as of Tuesday.
NEWS
February 3, 2005
These 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 guilty. Matthew R. Gunter, 27, Huntington Beach Peter Bozek, 25, Los Alamitos Jeffrey D. Atkin, 30, Long Beach Jason A. Gronstrand, 31, Bellflower Johnny Kozakovsky, 30, Huntington Beach Oden M. Edwards, 34, Long Beach Steven P. Deering, 22, Tustin Daniel P. Myers, 43, Lancaster Daniel Neugebauer, 20, Huntington Beach Michael Nelson, 28, Laguna Niguel Janet L. Gingras, 30, Long Beach Kathryn N. Gatewood, 27, Costa Mesa Antoni C. Gardner, 23, Artesia
NEWS
January 6, 2000
With goalkeepers Alexia Roehr and Kelly Hyder combined to shut out four tournament opponents in as many games, the Huntington Beach AYSO Region 56's Under-12 girls Gold All-Star team last weekend captured the Costa Mesa Classic Championship. An Alex Dunn goal in the opening period proved to be the game-winner in the tournament final, where the Pier Pressure blanked Laguna Niguel of Region 41. The play of Hyder, Carley Bonchonsky, and Mary Horstmann - whose 10-minute defensive stand in the fourth quarter repeatedly turned back several Laguna Niguel attacks on goal, helped preserve the precarious one-goal lead.
LOCAL
August 24, 2006
  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.     Bruce G. Milliken, 51, Huntington Beach Leif N. Boyd, 18, Westminster Justin M. Giuliani, 32, Huntington Beach Paul R. Ventura, 56, Huntington Beach Michael J. Montobbio, 27, Huntington Beach Stacy A. Fong, 21, Fullerton Angel R. Rojas, 40, Newport Beach Theodore J. Burkard, 38, Huntington Beach Robert A. Porter, 23, Huntington Beach Alexandria N. Vandorp, 28, Huntington Beach Kim W. Ediss, 51, Huntington Beach Edward Estrada, 51, Huntington Beach Kasey E. Bull, 19, Huntington Beach Gary F. Hlavnicka, 45, Huntington Beach Eber Lopez, 24, Long Beach Anthony K. Muriithi, 29, Anaheim Fernando Quintanilla, 28, Irvine Marco A. Kilsgaard, 19, Garden Grove Hector I. Ortiz, 20, Huntington Beach Brent R. Wyckoff, 38, Laguna Niguel Michael L. Giles, 26, Huntington Beach Eleazar Mauricio, 24, Huntington Beach Ricardo M. Cardenas, 28, Anaheim Andrea L. Alvarado, 32, Orange
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NEWS
December 7, 2011
A Huntington Beach man was arrested Tuesday following a conspiracy and grand theft investigation by California Attorney General Kamala D. Harris. Curtis Melone, 37, who also goes by Curtis Kubat, along with Christopher Fox, 37, of Laguna Niguel allegedly collected more than $6 million from homeowners nationwide under the guise of an attorney-backed loan modification company. But the services promised were never performed, according to a release issued by the attorney general's office.
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LOCAL
October 29, 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 proven guilty.  Yasushiro Minami, 53, Huntington Beach  Barbara Duck, 54, Westminster  Jacqueline D. Jimenez, 25, Huntington Beach  Danny L. Wilder, 63, Long Beach  Lara C. Pease, 22, Lakewood  Rory E. Kornik, 21, Huntington Beach  Megan M. Perry, 27, Huntington Beach  Rendell T. Gomez, 22, Cypress  Eric D. Root, 42, Huntington Beach  Donatella M. Comes, 30, Fountain Valley  Sara A. Veiga, 23, Santa Ana  Erin M. Shepard, 26, Huntington Beach  Sonia Arias, 30, Santa Ana  Lorna S. Hernando, 50, Costa Mesa  John M. Enders, 59, Laguna Niguel  Michael G. Young, 23, La Palma  Robert G. Messenger, 37, Huntington Beach  Robert B. Smith, 64, Newport Beach  Anthony T. Pate, 50, Huntington Beach  Anh T. Au, 42, Huntington Beach  Robert W. Kee, 32, Newport Beach  Duane D. Toole, 32, Westminster  Zachary E. Eisengerg, 18, Fountain Valley  Douglas Herrera, 29, Long Beach  Daniel V. Van Deth, 19, Huntington Beach  Gregory W. Matlock, 39, Costa Mesa  Sardara S. Brar, 48, Simi Valley
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | August 28, 2008
Eric Snyder was a hit during his freshman season at Edison High, and was a big hit again during a big summer baseball showcase. The 16-year-old, who began his sophomore year at Edison Wednesday, is one of 18 players from the West Coast invited to compete at the 2008 USA Baseball Under-16 national team trials. Snyder, who plays center field, leaves Saturday for the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Fla. There, he and the other 17 West Coast players and 18 more from the East Coast will contend for a spot on the final 18-player roster for the 2008 16-U National Team.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca | July 19, 2007
Five days after winning a District 62 championship, the Robinwood Little League All-Star team was eliminated from postseason competition after losing two games at the Section 10 Tournament. Robinwood, which hosted the double-elimination tournament on the same field where it won the district title, hadn't lost an All-Star game until Saturday when it lost to Laguna Niguel. On Sunday, Robinwood was eliminated by Tijeras Creek. Laguna Niguel and Tijeras Creek were the only two remaining teams left in the Section 10 tournament as of Tuesday.
SPORTS
July 5, 2007
The North Huntington Beach Dynamites All-Stars continued their hot tournament touch last weekend by winning the American Softball Assn.-sponsored Central District All-Star 8-and-Under Girls Fastpitch Softball tournament in Laguna Niguel. Coach Brian Sterzer's club beat out 12 other All-Star teams from Orange County to win the double-elimination event. In winning all five of their games, the Dynamites racked up 39 runs and 50 hits and surrendered just 11 runs and 18 hits. The Dynamites advance to compete in the upcoming state championships in Lancaster.
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