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July 12, 2001
Eleodoro Abarcaaalonco, 19, Long Beach Desiderio Ambrozak, 19, Long Beach Jeffrey Aponte, 37, Corona del Mar Jerry L. Cohen, 44, Surfside Thomas D. Cook, 32, Mission Viejo Kenneth M. Eckmann, 38, Costa Mesa Mark S. Eibemiller, 42, Dana Point Raymond N. Grimes, 58, Costa Mesa Byung H. Hwang, 76, Huntington Beach Edic Jacinto, 30, Huntington Beach Robert C. Johnson, 28, Austin, Texas ...
By: | August 3, 2005
EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested and are considered innocent until proved guilty. COSTA MESA July 27 Jessica Audrey Frawley, 24, Costa Mesa Thursday Stephen Gerald McGinnes, 26, Costa Mesa Joel Lopez-Lopez, 23, Costa Mesa Marcos Peredia, 49, Costa Mesa Friday Trevor Michael Lewis, 22, Irvine Armando Ramirez-Ramirez, 22, Santa Ana Saturday Kenneth Keith Marrero, 35, Huntington Beach Mark Steven Terbush, 51, Tustin Sunday Marie Elaine Caliendo, 31 Costa Mesa Jeremy Michael Creason, 29, Costa Mesa Juventino Hernandez-Rosas, 38, Costa Mesa Monday Ryan Wesley Dickey, 32, Costa Mesa NEWPORT BEACH Saturday Gregory Victor Ruzicka, 50, Newport Beach Jose Luis Nava Jr., 25, Lakewood Sunday Kenneth Warren McNerney, 56, Mission Viejo
January 1, 2004
FRIDAY Wrestling (TBA) Marina at Brute Tourney (at Ayala High) Edison at Las Vegas 24-Man Huntington at Wolves Dual (at Basic High, Las Vegas) Ocean View at Estancia Tourney Girls' Water Polo (TBA) Marina at Palm Springs Tourney Huntington Alumni Game (11 a.m.) Girls' Soccer (TBA) Huntington at Claremont Tourney Girls' Basketball (7 p.m.) Valencia at Huntington Boys' Basketball (7:30 p.m.) Katella at Huntington Marina vs. Mission Viejo (at El Toro High, 8 p.m.)
July 27, 2006
Huntington Valley Little League's 9/10 All-Star team had its run come to an end Sunday in the Section 5 tournament. Huntington Valley, champion of District 62, fell to District 30 winner Orange, 10-0, in the double-elimination tournament played at Woodfield Park in Aliso Viejo. The game was halted after four innings by the mercy rule. Huntington Valley went 1-2 in the tournament. Manager Ron Wilson said the locals dropped their opener Friday to District 68 champion Mission Viejo, 11-1, but bounced back Saturday to eliminate Anaheim Loara of District 46, 3-1. In the win over Loara, starter Andrew Bogard, reliever Sean O'Toole and closer Jake Weiser combined on the victory.
February 3, 2000
Rachael Maulit's top all-around performance included a game-high 14 points, 12 steals, and six rebounds, and the West Huntington Beach girls 6th-grade All-Net team went on to post a 30-23 victory over Redlands in National Junior Basketball weekend play. Maulit scored 10 of those points in the game's first eight minutes as the Surf City Blues took control early with a 12-4 lead. Redlands managed to pull to within three points in the second half, but Laura Boggeln, Catherine Marcoly, and Susie Bartolme all mad key baskets as the Surf City Blues pulled away to improve to 6-1 overall.
By: Mike Sciacca | September 22, 2005
The juggernaut rolls into town today. If you want to see a football program that has risen to the top of Orange County prep football crop and ranks at or near the top of state and national polls, then head to Westminster High, where mighty Mission Viejo takes on host Marina. Kickoff is 7 p.m. Where to start with Mission Viejo? The better question is: Where do you end? The Diablos are defending CIF-Southern Section Division II champions, have won 17 consecutive contests, and boast several players being highly recruited by Division I colleges.
July 7, 2005
Three recently graduated seniors from Edison High will be part of the South roster Friday in the 2005 Orange County All-Star football game. The three locals are on the 36-player list chosen by Orange County sportswriters to play against the top players from the North in the annual charity game put on by the Brea Lions Club. The 46th edition of the contest will kickoff at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Orange Coast College. Adam Goodman (6-feet-2-, 240 pounds)
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