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November 11, 1999
LBZ maintained its grip on first place in the Atom Club Division standings by beating their league rival, the Predators, 5-3, in inline roller hockey action at Coast to Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Michael Mendez led LBZ's scoring attack with two goals, Russell Peltier, Nick Dlugosz and Tyler Ruiz each scored once as LBZ, which jumped out to a 3-1 first quarter lead, stayed unbeaten at 6-0. Goalie Andrew Thompson stopped 26 shot attempts by the Predators.
NEWS
May 17, 2001
Registration is taking place now through the first week of June for participation in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley summer sports leagues. Summer programs start mid-June and run 10 weeks in the following areas: indoor arena soccer, basketball and roller hockey. Indoor arena soccer: The sport features more than 30 teams ranging from 3 1/2-13. Games are played on Thursday and Friday evenings (5-8 p.m.), and Saturdays (9 a.m. to 4 p.m.) at the Fountain Valley Branch.
NEWS
May 31, 2001
AYSO Region 117 will hold fall soccer sign-ups June 7, from 5:30 to 7 p.m. at Lamb School. Region 117 covers central Huntington Beach and south Fountain Valley. Practices and home games are held at the following schools: Newland, Talbert, Perry, Wardlow, Oka, Gisler and Lamb. Boys and girls born between Aug. 1982 and Jan. 1997 are eligible to play. Registration fee is $95. Information, call the Soccer Hotline at 968-4082. Registration on for summer sports leagues Registration is being taken now through the first week of June for participation in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Huntington Valley summer sports leagues.
NEWS
December 23, 1999
Despite losing one starter to a broken hand in the championship game of the recent KOHO Tournament, the OC Blades Squirt 87 roller hockey team still went on to claim the title with a 4-2 victory over the Swarm at Coast to Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Jason Krispal, son of Coach Ray Krispal, broke his hand during a first quarter collision. His teammates, however, rallied around him and went on to win the game for him. In a tense battle that found both the Blades and Swarm tied at 2-2 late in the game; Josh Laricchia broke through the Storm defense to put the winning goal in the net with four minutes remaining to give the Blades a 3-2 lead.
NEWS
By Candice Baker | February 25, 2009
The former Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center, 5555 McFadden Ave., has joined two other Southern California rinks to become part of the Anaheim Ducks’ new the Rinks development program. The facility, now called Huntington Beach Inline, is owned and operated by the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club. The two other participating rinks are Corona Inline and Anaheim Ice. “This is exciting,” said the Rinks General Manager Ken Murchison. “We really see a big potential for it, and kind of a rebirth.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Josh Aden | November 8, 2007
Miss Fortune Cookie dislocated a thumb and a finger. Hurt in a Skirt took a spill that earned her eight stitches on the chin. What kind of pastime is this? “It’s like a really violent Rotary Club,” says Huntington Heartbreakers co-captain KelKat. The Huntington Heartbreakers are a roller derby team, part of the OC Roller Girls league. It’s a resuscitation of the dramatized sport that was popular in the ’70s. Take away the staged story lines, and you’ve got a group of ladies who literally kick butt.
NEWS
February 14, 2002
o7 The Independent went to Village View Elementary School in Huntington Beach to ask fifth-graders, 'What are you doing on Valentine's Day?'f7 'At school we're probably going to have a party and celebrate by switching Valentine cards.' Annaliese Birrer, 10, Huntington Beach 'Probably visit my grandma and grandpa that live five minutes away. We're going to have a barbecue and play four-square.' Jennifer Miller, 10, Huntington Beach 'I don't know what I'm doing.
SPORTS
September 21, 2006
The Invaders and Thunder combined for 20 goals in their Patrick Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach, and it was the Invaders who were able to hold on for an 11-9 victory. Matt Korn and Justin Pederson each scored three goals to lead an Invaders offense that included two scores from Daniel Reed and single goals by Trevor Evans and Brandon Drochner. Reed also had three assists and Evans two. Corey DeMatteo recorded 17 saves. Tyler Estes' four goals paced the Thunder.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | October 8, 2009
The Huntington Beach Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee division Gold Chargers won another nail-biter Saturday over the Tustin Gold Cobras, 12-6. Behind the blocks of Paul Rogers and Jonathan Moreida, Mike Saffell scored the winning touchdown in overtime for the Chargers. The Cobras scored first in a quarterback sneak and HB ended the first half down, 6-0. On their first possession of the second half, Chase Ault ran the ball 60 yards for a touchdown behind great downfield blocking.
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By From Staff Reports | October 8, 2009
The Huntington Beach Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee division Gold Chargers won another nail-biter Saturday over the Tustin Gold Cobras, 12-6. Behind the blocks of Paul Rogers and Jonathan Moreida, Mike Saffell scored the winning touchdown in overtime for the Chargers. The Cobras scored first in a quarterback sneak and HB ended the first half down, 6-0. On their first possession of the second half, Chase Ault ran the ball 60 yards for a touchdown behind great downfield blocking.
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NEWS
By Candice Baker | February 25, 2009
The former Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center, 5555 McFadden Ave., has joined two other Southern California rinks to become part of the Anaheim Ducks’ new the Rinks development program. The facility, now called Huntington Beach Inline, is owned and operated by the Anaheim Ducks Hockey Club. The two other participating rinks are Corona Inline and Anaheim Ice. “This is exciting,” said the Rinks General Manager Ken Murchison. “We really see a big potential for it, and kind of a rebirth.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Josh Aden | November 8, 2007
Miss Fortune Cookie dislocated a thumb and a finger. Hurt in a Skirt took a spill that earned her eight stitches on the chin. What kind of pastime is this? “It’s like a really violent Rotary Club,” says Huntington Heartbreakers co-captain KelKat. The Huntington Heartbreakers are a roller derby team, part of the OC Roller Girls league. It’s a resuscitation of the dramatized sport that was popular in the ’70s. Take away the staged story lines, and you’ve got a group of ladies who literally kick butt.
SPORTS
February 8, 2007
The Thunder scored the final four goals of its Patrick Division match against the Sharp Shooters and went on to pull out a 6-3 victory at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. A goal by Chris Weldon and two more by Michael Thomas in the second quarter allowed the Sharp Shooters to take a 3-2 lead. The Thunder also scored its two goals in the frame, getting one each from David Schenker and Garrick Langer. In the fourth quarter, Schenker scored consecutive goals, followed by scores from Jacob Gonzales and Langer to put the Thunder in front for good.
SPORTS
September 21, 2006
The Invaders and Thunder combined for 20 goals in their Patrick Division match at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach, and it was the Invaders who were able to hold on for an 11-9 victory. Matt Korn and Justin Pederson each scored three goals to lead an Invaders offense that included two scores from Daniel Reed and single goals by Trevor Evans and Brandon Drochner. Reed also had three assists and Evans two. Corey DeMatteo recorded 17 saves. Tyler Estes' four goals paced the Thunder.
NEWS
October 7, 2004
City officials did nothing wrong in handling the development of the sports complex, Huntington Beach's new City Administrator Penny Culbreth-Graft said Wednesday following a month-long investigation into how nearly $1 million got misspent on the project. Instead she said a shortage of staff and lack of procedural checks and balances were partially to blame for the spending fiasco. Culbreth-Graft became aware of the sports complex problem during her first City Council meeting in June.
NEWS
March 13, 2003
Austin Shannon and Sean Easton each scored four goals to lead the Falcons to a 10-0 Mite Division victory over The Rookies at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Max Devries scored the other two goals, and he and Shannon each had an assist to complete the scoring. In other games: HB Xtreme 8, OCB 0 Joshua Gane and Zane Weber each scored two goals to power HB Xtreme. Other goals went to Dylan Miller, Colby Rios, Travis Beckman and John Sacco.
NEWS
February 6, 2003
Jeffrey Beko posted two goals and Joseph Thielen had two assists to lead the Stars past the Kings, 3-1, in a Campbell Division match played at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. The Stars first got on the scoreboard when Thielen fed Hunter Koon for a first period score. Beko scored the match's final two goals. His brother, Zachary, had a big game in goal with 20 saves. The only score Zachary Beko yielded was an unassisted first-period goal to Bryce King.
NEWS
February 14, 2002
o7 The Independent went to Village View Elementary School in Huntington Beach to ask fifth-graders, 'What are you doing on Valentine's Day?'f7 'At school we're probably going to have a party and celebrate by switching Valentine cards.' Annaliese Birrer, 10, Huntington Beach 'Probably visit my grandma and grandpa that live five minutes away. We're going to have a barbecue and play four-square.' Jennifer Miller, 10, Huntington Beach 'I don't know what I'm doing.
NEWS
October 18, 2001
At Tuesday's Ocean View School District board meeting, teacher Colette Wright was given the Wave Maker Award. Wright began her career as a speech and language specialist in 1972 and has worked at Crest View and Harbour View elementary schools. She is currently the speech and language specialist at Lake View Elementary School and also serves as the school's administrative assistant. In 1998 Wright was named Ocean View Teacher of the Year. Pauline Tressler, principal at Lake View, presented Write with the award.
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