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November 2, 2000
The Huntington Beach Mighty Mite Gold Chargers came up with their most exciting victory of the season Saturday by edging the Rancho Santa Margarita Eagles, 26-25, in a Pop Warner Football game played at Edison High. Huntington Beach, which improved to 3-5, trailed, 14-12, at the break but battled back in a second half that featured four lead changes. Gregory Souders' 42-yard punt return for a touchdown run provided the Mighty Mite Gold Chargers with the winning touchdown.
NEWS
March 25, 2004
The Running Rebels, a girls' sixth-grade all-star team from South Huntington Beach, won all four of its games in postseason play to win their division in the National Junior Basketball Tournament. South Huntington Beach defeated El Toro (30-7), Aliso (30-10), Newport Mesa (52-46) and Rancho Santa Margarita (35-31) en route to the title. The final game, against a taller and more physical Rancho Santa Margarita squad, matched up a pair of 3-0 tournament teams.
NEWS
March 11, 2004
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. Mark L. Ferrara, 45, Laguna Niguel Valerie J. Kompamiez, 59, Huntington Beach Michael J. Cribbin, 47, Irvine Gordon Bodkin, 37, Westminster Armando Maldonado, 26, Placentia Jeffrey M. Smith, 34, Sunset Beach Anthony D. Torres, 25, Rancho Santa Margarita Maria Jimenez, 43, Huntington Beach Michael Layhee, 19, Huntington Beach Daniel F. Kraig, 23, Arizona Owen C. Shannen, 39, Huntington Beach Juan C. Perez, 24, Huntington Beach Aaron B. Consentino, 27, Fountain Valley Scott T. Macbeth, 30, Huntington Beach Paul Rodarte, 31, Huntington Beach Daniel Duarte, 29, Garden Grove William M. Douglas, 41, Huntington Beach Janelle N. Ring, 18, Westminster Jeremiah S. Vanisi, 25, Huntington Beach John W. Richardson, 19, Huntington Beach Mitchell G. Cupery, 30, Westminster William F. Collins, 37, Anaheim Darren F. Hubacher, 34, Huntington Beach
LOCAL
April 17, 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. ? Samantha A. Wright, 36, Rancho Santa Margarita Elizabeth Langlois, 63, Costa Mesa Megan K. Wong, 19, Diamond Bar Javier S. Rodriguez, 27, Westminster Kevin G. Adams, 36, Huntington Beach Brian Dopler, 25, Huntington Beach Craig C. Bechtloff, 36, Huntington Beach Andrew H. Robbins, 27, Seal Beach James H. Scarborough, 51, Long Beach Danny J. Chehaiber, 21, Chino Hills Art Molina, 37, Huntington Beach Sean P. McLaughlin, 21, Huntington Beach Carlos M. Alvarez, 33, Nevada Justin G. Kelhi, 20, Orange Jesus C. German, 22, Huntington Beach Davy S. McSween, 46, Huntington Beach Adolph F. Agustus, 24, Huntington Beach Douglas W. Bews, 51, Huntington Beach Caius N. Griu, 23, Huntington Beach Andy J. Chacon, 19, Garden Grove Jeffrey J. Stephenson, 26, Huntington Beach Jason A. Shultes, 24, Huntington Beach Wallace N. Atkinson, 31, Cypress
NEWS
July 16, 2009
A 14-year-old boy died Tuesday night after he was critically injured several days ago when a pickup truck struck him on Euclid Street near Ellis Avenue in Fountain Valley. Hayden Meier of Rancho Santa Margarita was running westbound across Euclid when a 2007 Ford F-150 traveling southbound struck him, a police news release said. He was rushed to UCI Medical Center for life-threatening injuries and put on life support. He was pronounced dead at 10:10 p.m. Tuesday. The collision is still under investigation, and no cause for the incident has been determined.
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By Candice Baker | August 7, 2013
Back to style: The Irvine Spectrum Center is kicking off the back-to-school shopping season with a Teen Vogue Back-to-School event Saturday. Shoppers will be able to peruse pop-up "style closets" from Nordstrom's TOPSHOP collaboration at 1 p.m. outside the Edwards Cinema and Carousel Court areas. A fashion show featuring looks from many of the center's stores begins at 3 p.m. in the Giant Wheel Court. Enjoy in-store parties from 3:30 to 6 p.m., like a Nordstrom party with deejay, photo booth and 20%-off discount.
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SPORTS
From Staff Reports | September 5, 2012
The Huntington Beach Green Chargers and Gold Chargers traveled Saturday for their second games of the 2012 Pop Warner Football season, with the two Mighty Mite Division teams ending up with different results in their road contests. Green Chargers 7, Santa Margarita 6: Ryan Easterday scored on a quarterback sneak with four minutes left and Connor Provost ran in the extra point to lift Huntington past the Blue Eagles at Los Flores Middle School in Rancho Santa Margarita. Santa Margarita held a 6-0 halftime lead but the Green Chargers' second-half defense, led by Jeremy Alcorn and Jerian Operana, shut out the Blue Eagles.
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By Mike Sciacca | July 18, 2012
The Edison High football team couldn't have capped summer play any better way. On Saturday at Edison, the Chargers won the Bash at the Beach 7-on-7 passing tournament by defeating Mater Dei, 29-20, in the final. In the championship game, quarterback Alek Torgersen led the Chargers to four scores and also threw a two-point conversion pass. The Chargers won the tournament for the fifth time in its 14-year history, and first since 2009. This year's event again drew 16 teams, several of which are considered among the top squads in the Southland.
SPORTS
By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | November 17, 2010
And then there were two. The 2010 prep football season came to an end last weekend for four local schools, but for Edison and Ocean View, the season continues on for at least another week. Both the Chargers and Seahawks earned berths to the CIF Southern Section playoffs Sunday and both drew first-round road assignments. Last year, Edison reached the Pac-5 Division championship game. To get there again this December, the Chargers first must get by first-round opponent Santa Margarita on Friday.
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From Staff Reports | September 8, 2010
The Huntington Beach Blue Vikings posted their first win of the 2010 Pop Warner Football season Saturday by defeating the visiting South Coast Tritons, 36-6, in Pee Wee Division play at Marina High. Huntington scored on three of its first four possessions and the Blue Vikings defense didn't allow a point. They were led offensively by Brandon Laszlo, who rushed for three touchdowns and threw for another, a 55-yard scoring pass to Blaine Reiderich. Andrew Schiffner capped the scoring with an eight-yard run. Nick Paulson was three for three on extra-point kicks.
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By Mike Sciacca, michael.sciacca@latimes.com | August 4, 2010
San Bernardino, here they come. The Ocean View Little League Majors All-Star team earned a spot in the Western Regional tournament Monday night by routing El Segundo, 10-0, to win the Southern California State Championship series at Tijeras Creek Little League in Rancho Santa Margarita. Monday's win sets Ocean View up for an 8 p.m. Friday date with Mountain Ridge Little League of Las Vegas in San Bernardino. The tournament, which runs through Aug. 15, includes teams from Southern and Northern California, Nevada, Arizona, Utah and Hawaii.
NEWS
July 16, 2009
A 14-year-old boy died Tuesday night after he was critically injured several days ago when a pickup truck struck him on Euclid Street near Ellis Avenue in Fountain Valley. Hayden Meier of Rancho Santa Margarita was running westbound across Euclid when a 2007 Ford F-150 traveling southbound struck him, a police news release said. He was rushed to UCI Medical Center for life-threatening injuries and put on life support. He was pronounced dead at 10:10 p.m. Tuesday. The collision is still under investigation, and no cause for the incident has been determined.
LOCAL
March 26, 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. ? Benjamin C. Sonne, 20, Sunset Beach Roger C. Hooker Jr., 49, Huntington Beach Ashley A. Baxter, 22, Huntington Beach Jesus Fernandez, 26, Moreno Valley Craig L. Smith, 41, Huntington Beach Anthony M. Vasquez, 32, Westminster Binh G. Nguyen, 30, Santa Ana Felicia D. Danielson, 22, San Pedro Austin T. Stone, 19, Glendale Robert D. Sanchez, 22, Duarte Abigail L. Beeler, 22, Redondo Beach Craig W. Seltzer, 26, Newport Beach Tanya V. Edwards, 29, Huntington Beach Mary A. Woo, 26, Los Angeles Alejando Barajas, 34, Santa Ana John J. Roquemore, 30, Huntington Beach Jeffrey K. Franks, 36, Huntington Beach Michael C. Parkinson, 39, Huntington Beach Ji H. Kim, 37, La Habra Eric R. Wideman, 45, Huntington Beach Courtney P. Hoffman, 27, Long Beach Susan J. Keyfauver, 48, Huntington Beach Jessica H. Nguyen, 30, Garden Grove Marci B. Lieberman, 28, San Clemente Traci M. Rowell, 28, La Habra Michael P. Bognanno, 24, Pasadena Danielle Marllett, 21, Yorba Linda Ryan P. Anderson, 31, Temecula Todd J. Henderson, 38, Lake Forest John B. Williams, 21, Texas John N. Cigliano, 24, San Pedro Brooke A. Kerber, 23, Rancho Santa Margarita ...
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