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March 6, 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. ? Steven R. Giuffreda, 44, Huntington Beach Jose A. Contreras, 20, Anaheim Matthew Hale, 35, Texas Robert C. Torres Jr., 45, Garden Grove Stephen C. Coutts, 23, Fountain Valley Jose A. Cordova, 38, Anaheim Federico S. Fernandez, 21, Huntington Beach Treanna J. Scholer, 37, Fountain Valley Robert G. Oddy, 54, Huntington Beach Blake J. Davis, 24, Fountain Valley Angelia S. Dellatorre, 28, Huntington Beach Travis T. Helms, 21, Huntington Beach Adriana Castro, 28, Mission Viejo Robert L. Whitman, 41, Diamond Bar Tanya D. Umphrey, 29, Huntington Beach Colby B. Outlaw, 38, Huntington Beach Michael R. Kelley, 34, Fountain Valley Joshua W. Sparks, 18, Whittier Roger W. Gibson, 65, Huntington Beach Michael S. Gallagher, 40, Huntington Beach Gerhold F. Von Riedl, 66, Huntington Beach Ian P. Smith, 41, Huntington Beach Orlando C. Antonio, 30, Huntington Beach Jeffrey T. King, 44, Costa Mesa William C. Shapiro, 24, Westminster John E. Chavez, 62, Anaheim Chelsea Mendrella, 23, Huntington Beach John A. Mwangi, 31, Long Beach Maria E. Rodriguez, 39, Huntington Beach Jeffrey D. Olsen, 42, Huntington Beach
October 25, 2007
The Huntington Beach Oilers played the first-place Mission Viejo Cowboys tough in their Jr. All-American Football Junior Pee Wee Division encounter Saturday but came away with a 16-6 defeat. Nick Howard scored the only touchdown for Huntington, and the TD marked only the second time this season that the Mission Viejo defense had been scored upon. The Oilers defense also was stout, limiting a Cowboys offense that had averaged 35 points per game to just 16. Howard recovered two fumbles, Dylan Zeglovitch had an interception and Brandon Vo and Josh Marks made key stops for Huntington.
October 18, 2007
The Huntington Beach Oilers notched their fourth-straight win and second-consecutive shutout by surviving the Carson Colts, 6-0, in a Jr. All-American Football Jr. Pee Wee Division contest Saturday. The victory upped Huntington?s record to 5-1. The only score of the tight game came when Nolan Winks returned a Colts punt for a touchdown. The Oilers are Winks, Daniel Armando, Maurice Barber, Ryan Burke, Craig Dean, Trevor Diehl, Brent Dobie, Colton Glen, Derek Haab, Nicholas Howard, Lucas Jeffries, Darren Jenkins, Issak Kahn, Seth Landry, Max Machado, Michael Mance, Joshua Marks, Matthew Marks, Brendan McCarty, Brett McIntosh, Andrew Orozco, Jason Orozco, Eric Parra, Skyler Pavloff, Grant Peugh, Scott Phillips, Gavin Ryan-Massa, Dakoda Quinn, Jordan Stout, Brandon Vo, Tristan Wenschlag and Dylan Zeglovitch.
September 20, 2007
Liverpool United, a boys? Under-11 Plus team out of AYSO Region 56, completed its first week of the season with three matches that ended in tie scores. In the season opener, a 1-1 tie against Lake Forest, Grant Mooney scored off a corner kick from Gavin Kirkreit to provide Liverpool United with its only goal. George Vournas and Connor Venanzi, along with goalkeepers Truman Bazer and Jacob Capps, led the team defensively. In its next match, Liverpool United twice had to rally from two-goal deficits to earn a 3-3 tie against Rancho Santa Margarita.
June 28, 2007
The South Huntington Beach Girls Fastpitch Softball League 14-and-Under All-Star team qualified for the Amateur Softball Assn. state tournament by winning the SoCal ASA Central District tournament in Laguna Niguel last weekend. By winning the district title, South Huntington Beach has now won four consecutive tournaments, a stretch in which the squad posted a 17-1. The South Huntington Beach 14U All-Stars are Amber Bronsard, Stephanie Coyne, Lauren Czerniachowski, Victoria Galasso, Kathryn Hermann, Avery Ingram, Amanda Kachevas, Alexandra Kanemaru, Shannon Nye, Megan Romero, Chelsea Roy and Rachel Vitali.
By Mike Sciacca | April 26, 2007
The Orange County Championships gave local athletes the chance to show their stuff Saturday, and several gave outstanding performances in the day-long event at Mission Viejo High. Huntington Beach senior Laura Boggeln threw 39-feet-9 3/4 in the girls' discus, and Oilers' teammates Bonnie Sorsensen (16-feet-10 1/4 ) and Chrissy VanDoornum (10-3) placed fifth and seventh, respectively, in the girls' long jump and pole vault. The Oilers trio was among several local athletes to garner a top 10 finish at the event.
By Mike Sciacca | March 15, 2007
The Huntington Beach High softball team has jumped from one tournament to another in a three-day span, turning in mixed results. The Oilers completed play Saturday at the Downey Tournament, where they beat Calvary Chapel, 14-1, and lost, 6-1, to Carson. On Monday, they took a heavy hit from Laguna Hills in the opening round of the Laguna Hills Tournament, as the host Hawks recorded an 18-0 victory. In routing Calvary Chapel on Saturday, the Oilers ripped Eagles pitching for 15 hits.
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