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NEWS
October 9, 2003
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. Silverio R. Diaz, 32, Santa Ana Andrew L. Salz, 49, Huntington Beach David J. Pierce, 20, Huntington Beach Robert K. Madden, 47, Huntington Beach Kristin L. Harrowby, 35, Ladera Ranch Carmelo Saldivar, 24, Huntington Beach John D. Shimko, 41, Huntington Beach Peter C. Pohl, 21, Cota del Caza Angela M. Gomez, 36, Huntington Beach Florian Ioja, 60, Huntington Beach Jill C. Moreno, 20, Huntington Beach Robin L. Ingalls, 22, Huntington Beach Frank J. Buragina, 31, Huntington Beach Ariane R. Bean, 46, Huntington Beach Dustin A. Quinn, 22, Huntington Beach Richard H. Cranford, 39, Torrance Edgar Hernandez, 29, Irvine Ronald W. Siemers, 38, Huntington Beach Douglas B. O'Dell, 39, Huntington Beach Miguel A. Davila, 21, Los Angeles Eric E. Martinez, 23, Huntington Beach Willis N. Cruz, 66, Santa Ana Marcus J. Ricaud, 33, Hacienda Heights Justin D. Hales, 23, Orange Michael C. Scott, 34, Westminster Chris M. McCanna, 36, Rancho Santa Margarita
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NEWS
May 24, 2001
The Firecrackers out of AYSO Region 143 (Huntington Beach/Westminster) came up big on defense last weekend and won the B bracket title at the Area K Tournament. The team posted shutout victories in its three tournament games, and went 3-1 overall. They beat San Clemente (3-0), Lake Forest (2-0) and Mission Viejo (2-0), but lost, 2-1, to Rancho Santa Margarita. Giuliana Cefalu scored two goals and Kaylee Evans netted one against San Clemente. Cefalu also scored in the Lake Forest win, as did Andrea Stange.
LOCAL
December 24, 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.   Susan Cho, 25, Santa Ana Tomohiro Okizaki, 27, Huntington Beach Travis Eaves, 22, Rancho Santa Margarita Thomas B. Cowan, 22, Lakewood Yonah A. Cohen, 20, Huntington Beach Shannon N. Bancroft, 40, Huntington Beach Mercedes Medina, 40, Huntington Beach Tammy A. Mercer, 46, Huntington Beach Celine M. Ellison, 35, Huntington Beach Lyle A. Hammerschlag, 82, Costa Mesa Jared L. Preece, 26, Bellflower Bobby D. Torres, 51, Huntington Beach Katherine Napoli, 40, Trabuco Canyon Linda J. Benedetto, 58, Huntington Beach Mohamed Ahmed, 25, Huntington Beach Gregg S. Ohlhaver, 30, Costa Mesa Alana E. Cragin, 22, Mission Viejo Amy E. Wong, 27, Huntington Beach Marco A. Solis, 39, Compton Joshua W. Thayer, 21, Irvine Angel L. Martinez, 26, Long Beach Donnie K. Long, 52, Huntington Beach Machelle Ferketic, 44, Escondido Renee Roberts, 25, Orange Ciara D. Johnson, 24, Costa Mesa Patrick R. Hubble, 55, Fountain Valley Tina M. Johnson, 45, Huntington Beach
NEWS
October 23, 2003
No good reason for an indoor gun range I'm highly against a gun range. We're not hunting in Huntington Beach, you don't need it for safety reasons, we have one of the best police departments around and there's no good reason to do this. All it's going to do is make the gun ownership higher, it's going to increase people getting shot, and it's just not a good thing. If people really want an indoor gun range that bad, they can go somewhere else to find one. Why do we need this?
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.
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
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.
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