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By Matt Szabo | July 23, 2009
MANHATTAN BEACH — Brad Keenan has seen the progress this year with partner Nick Lucena For Keenan, the ex-Fountain Valley High standout, it has been a struggle at times. And he undoubtedly would have liked to have done even better last weekend at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Manhattan Beach Open, considered the “granddaddy” of the tour. Keenan and Lucena settled for third after losing a marathon semifinal match to eventual champions Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal, 21-16, 14-21, 13-15.
FEATURES
May 2, 2008
AVP Huntington Beach Open Schedule Friday, May 2 (Matches begin at 8 a.m. and run all day) Men Winner's bracket First round matchups No. 17-seed Dain Blanton(Los Angeles)/ Eric Fonoimoana (Hermosa Beach) vs. No. 12-seed Adam Jewell (San Juan Capistrano)/Jeff Nygaard (Long Beach) No. 9-seed Ty Loomis (Newport Beach)/ Hans Stolfus (Costa Mesa) vs. No. 3-seed qualifier Braidy Halverson (San Luis Obispo)/Jason Lee (Venice, Ca.) No. 21-seed qualifier Mike Morrison (Encinitas)
NEWS
February 10, 2000
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 guilty. FOUNTAIN VALLEY Diane P. Garcia, 49, Huntington Beach Cutberto H. Tolentino, 28, Tustin HUNTINGTON BEACH Julie A. Christine, 42, Costa Mesa George Collo, 75, Huntington Beach Jay M. Decker, 50, La Palma Rebecca A. Dickerson, 33, Huntington Beach Charles D. Herrema, 41, Seal Beach Michael A. Irwin, 29, Huntington Beach Paul E. McGraw, 42, Huntington Beach Abha Oswal, 20, Placentia Daniel P. Russotti, 38, Las Vegas Craig Sands, 47, Manhattan Beach Tara J. Schaeffer, 30, Huntington Beach Matthew P. Wharton, 18, Garden Grove Richard V. Yoswa, 59, St. Paul, Minn.
NEWS
June 15, 2000
The AYSO Region 143 (Westminster/Huntington Beach) HB Lightning, a girls under-14 soccer team, finished second at the recently completed Irvine Cup held at UC Irvine. The Lightning advanced from their pool play bracket to the medal round, where they proceeded to record shutout victories over Woodland Hills, Beverly Hills and Manhattan Beach. In the division's title match, the Lightning dropped a 2-1 defensive struggle to Lake Forest. Megan Bell scored the lone goal for the Lighting.
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August 18, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: 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. Troy J. Yerman, 21, Upland Frank M. Castaneda, 27, Camp Pendleton Joseph M. Morris, 37, Anaheim Carlos A. Urrutia, 20, Westminster Vincent P. Fierro, 29, Huntington Beach Elissa L. Swearengen, 21, Huntington Beach Melissa A. Chun, 26, Huntington Beach James W. Powell, 49, Fullerton Brian W. Klemm, 23, Huntington Beach Christopher N. Campbell, 25, Huntington Beach Steven J. Saunders, 49, Huntington Beach Vicente Tomas-Blas, 40, Santa Ana Maurice J. Maynard III, 47, Fountain Valley Charmain Wunsch, 48, Long Beach Michael S. Crosby, 27, Manhattan Beach John W. Roulette, 20, Huntington Beach Savannah R. Romero, 20, Costa Mesa
SPORTS
April 5, 2007
Huntington Beach Piranhas Water Polo Club's boys' eighth-grade "A" team captured first-place in its division at the 2007 Orange County Speedo Cup held March 17-18 at the William J. Woollett Center in Irvine. Huntington fielded three teams in the tournament and two of them finished with the "A" team winning the White Flight division title and its "B" team placing third in the Blue Flight division. Coach John Filipponi's team defeated South Bay (5-1) and North Irvine (13-5) on Saturday then came back on Sunday to beat Cal Baptist (7-2)
NEWS
August 28, 2003
Huntington Beach girls' polo second at tourney The Huntington Beach Water Polo Foundation's Under-14 girls' team returned to Surf City with a second-place finish in the Girls' 16-and-Under Division at the Maui Invitational Tournament. Teams from the U.S. and Canada competed at the four-day event which is in its fourth year. Huntington Beach played California teams from Porterville and Manhattan Beach as well as teams from Maui and Oahu. Scott Miller, a coach for the Huntington Beach Water Polo Foundation, coached the Under-14 girls' team at the tournament.
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By Mike Sciacca | October 16, 2013
Casey Patterson rode his bike down to the Huntington Beach Pier Tuesday morning to get in a workout. It's a luxury the 33-year-old has, now that he's at home and has the opportunity to put in final preparations for the final Assn. of Volleyball Professionals pro beach volleyball tournament of the season. Patterson is gearing up for the smart AVP Championships at Huntington Beach. The four-day tournament, the last of seven stops on the 2013 AVP Tour, starts Thursday and concludes with women's and men's championship finals Sunday at the south side of the pier.
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August 14, 2013
Tom Shields (Edison High, 2009) set two new records during the FINA Wold Cup competition last weekend in Berlin, Germany. Shields, of Huntington Beach, set American records in the short-course 100-meter and 200-meter butterfly events. He set the 200-meter record Saturday in 1 minute 51.31 seconds. The new record came just three days after he had set the 200-meter record time of 1:51.38 during the first FINA World Cup tour stop Aug. 7 at Eindhoven, Netherlands. On Sunday, Shields set the new record time in the 100-meter butterfly at 49.01, breaking the previous record of 49.04 set in 2004 by Ian Crocker.
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August 7, 2013
Huntington Beach lifeguards will test their beach skills once again Thursday at the Nautica United States Lifesaving Assn. National Lifeguard Championships at Manhattan Beach. More than 1,000 lifeguards and Junior Lifeguards are expected to compete in team and individual ocean and beach course events. The Lifeguard National Championships run daily starting at 8 a.m. through Saturday. The Los Angeles County Lifeguard Assn. has won the title 39 times in the 43-year history of the event including the last 26 national competitions.
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By Matt Szabo | August 20, 2009
HUNTINGTON BEACH ? Indoors or out, in a stuffy gym in Atlanta or on a mild summer day at the Huntington Beach Pier, Kyle Baily is ready to perform on the volleyball court. That?s what he?s been doing all summer, and it continued Sunday at the USA Beach Junior Tour Championship at the pier. Baily, who will be a sophomore at Huntington Beach High, and partner Parker Brown of Corona del Mar won the boys? under-16 division. They defeated Dillon Hoffman and Chris Orenic of San Clemente, 28-23, for the gold medal.
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By Matt Szabo | July 23, 2009
MANHATTAN BEACH — Brad Keenan has seen the progress this year with partner Nick Lucena For Keenan, the ex-Fountain Valley High standout, it has been a struggle at times. And he undoubtedly would have liked to have done even better last weekend at the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Manhattan Beach Open, considered the “granddaddy” of the tour. Keenan and Lucena settled for third after losing a marathon semifinal match to eventual champions Jake Gibb and Sean Rosenthal, 21-16, 14-21, 13-15.
NEWS
March 26, 2009
Supervisor has wrong idea about Planned Parents Since when does the Board of Supervisors have the right to even consider voting against the Planned Parenthood contract because it doesn?t coincide with their religious beliefs? The recent item introduced by Supervisor John Moorlach smacks of a vote being taken in violation of the founding fathers of our country when they clearly stated there should be a separation of church and state in government matters! This action by the board is inexcusable!
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By Candice Baker | March 18, 2009
Longtime Huntington Beach community and political activist Betty Mays died March 6 from complications following a stroke in December. She was 82. She is survived by her husband of 63 years, Vern Mays; three sons; a daughter; eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Betty and Vern were avid competitive fishermen, and were involved in several fishing organizations in the area. Mays, who had lived in Huntington Beach since 1973, was known for her involvement as past president of the Huntington Harbour Republican Women, as well as in various local, state and federal political campaigns.
LOCAL
May 8, 2008
EDITOR?S NOTE: These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. ? Huntington Beach Katie M. Lawson, 19, Huntington Beach Sean D. Brown, 22, Fullerton Frank E. Gialketsis, 49, Huntington Beach Jill Capela, 45, Texas Linda L. Davies, 45, Fountain Valley Scott R. Hales, 25, Rancho Cucamonga Dominick L. Baione, 54, New York Thomas Byrne, 39, Long Beach Craig R. Chapman, 50, Huntington Beach Karen E. Fabrizio, 44, Huntington Beach Diana C. Imhoff, 43, Manhattan Beach Anthony M. Sesto, 28, Tustin Kyle P. Middlesworth, 23, Huntington Beach William E. Judge, 22, Huntington Beach Brenda B. Ranney, 58, Long Beach Jose L. Moreno, 30, Illinois Anthony Antonicelli, 50, Huntington Beach Robert W. Hedrick, 28, Huntington Beach Laura E. Condon, 21, Westminster Alan D. Torres, 47, La Habra Brian D. Smith, 45, Huntington Beach John F. Haggerty, 51, Huntington Beach Jose F. Martinez-Roblada, 23, Santa Ana James L. Golay, 37, Huntington Beach Stephen R. Kerr, 23, Huntington Beach Nahuel D. Ciambotti, 32, Fountain Valley Aaron A. Zansler, 42, Costa Mesa John Bui, 30, Huntington Beach Destin M. Walters, 21, Cypress Sharelle L. Walker, 22, Huntington Beach Gaston L. Reeder, 18, Idyllwild Judy Campbell, 65, Huntington...
FEATURES
May 2, 2008
AVP Huntington Beach Open Schedule Friday, May 2 (Matches begin at 8 a.m. and run all day) Men Winner's bracket First round matchups No. 17-seed Dain Blanton(Los Angeles)/ Eric Fonoimoana (Hermosa Beach) vs. No. 12-seed Adam Jewell (San Juan Capistrano)/Jeff Nygaard (Long Beach) No. 9-seed Ty Loomis (Newport Beach)/ Hans Stolfus (Costa Mesa) vs. No. 3-seed qualifier Braidy Halverson (San Luis Obispo)/Jason Lee (Venice, Ca.) No. 21-seed qualifier Mike Morrison (Encinitas)
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