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December 11, 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. Kenneth P. Busick, 45, Huntington Beach Jack L. Raley, 60, Huntington Beach Tom J. Tomaszewski, 23, Huntington Beach Michael J. Skorupski, 22, Westminster Rosalyn M. Waddell, 26, Huntington Beach Michael E. Connors, 27, Tustin Krista P. Corette, 30, Rolling Hills Estates Brian D. Klein, 31, Huntington Beach Lucy I. Davis, 33, Long Beach Mike P. Gurney, 42, Huntington Beach Maadhavi Raghayan, 23, Santa Ana Daniel A. Campbell, 27, Sun City, Calif.
NEWS
October 16, 2003
The Huntington Beach Dolphins, playing one of their most exciting games of the 2003 Jr. All-American Football Future League season, fought the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Gold Saints to an 18-18 tie. Jack Lowary rushed for a pair of touchdowns and Skylar Smith rushed for one to lead the Dolphins on offense. Lowary and Cade Benard led Huntington on defense. The tie gives the Dolphins an 0-1-1 record in NFL Atlantic Division play and puts them at 1-4-1 overall.
NEWS
December 2, 1999
The South Huntington Beach Bruisers, a 12 & Under girls' softball team who began their season in September with a second-place showing at the Winterball Opening Tournament, concluded their 1999 season by winning the championship of the Winterball Turkey Tournament at El Dorado Park in Long Beach. The Bruisers cruised to three tournament victories, beating Cypress, Long Beach, and Santa Fe Springs, before sweating out a come-from-behind one-run win over the South Huntington Beach Bruins, who in September had defeated the Bruisers in the title game of the Winterball Opening Tournament.
NEWS
September 26, 2002
The Huntington Beach Dolphins raced to a three-touchdown lead against Rowland Heights Saturday, then held off a late Raiders rally for a 20-18 victory in a Jr. All-American Football game played at Marina High. Michael Wuckert rushed for a touchdown in the first quarter and touchdown runs by Brandon Wooten and Tyler Dominick in the second and third quarters, respectively, built the lead to 18-0. Rowland Heights rallied late with 12, fourth quarter points.
SPORTS
September 13, 2007
The Huntington Beach Black Oilers recovered the opening kickoff in their Jr. All-American Football Clinic Division season opener against Whittier and never looked back. The Oilers parlayed that turnover into a touchdown two plays later, and the quick start propelled them to a 38-0 trouncing of the Trojans on Saturday. On Huntington’s second play from scrimmage following the opening kickoff recovery, running back Brennan Apodoca scored the first of his three rushing touchdowns.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
The Huntington Beach Dolphins gave up an early touchdown to South Gate, then rolled to a 20-13 victory over the Rams in a Jr. All-American Football game. Tailback Damien Williamson scored the first Huntington touchdown on a 55-yard run. Brandon Wooten executed a quarterback bootleg for the second Dolphins touchdown, and Williamson completed the scoring with a 50-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The blocking of Justin McCollum and Skyler Dubar and catches by Ben Roth also aided the Dolphins offense.
NEWS
September 23, 1999
Quarterback Nick McIsaac had a hand in three touchdowns and the Fountain Valley defense limited Corona to a single touchdown as the Black Jaguars scored a 19-6 victory over the Panthers in a Jr. All-American Football Clinic Division contest at Corona High. McIsaac connected on a pair of touchdown passes to Shane Murray, covering 50 and 45 yards, respectively, and McIsaac also ran for another score as Fountain Valley wiped out a 6-0 deficit. Cornerback Jose Navarro recorded five solo tackles, both McIsaac and Murray each recovered a fumble, ends Joe Layton and Jacob Gale shut down the Panthers' outside rushing game, and the play of Daniel Pkorski, Nathan Feiler, and Steven Bennett also contributed to the victory.
NEWS
By: | August 9, 2005
Drunk driver dies in rear-end collision A 77-year-old father of 14 was killed in a car accident Sunday night on East Coast Highway at Avocado Avenue, police said. Francisco Padilla, of Santa Ana, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.20% when he rear-ended a family of six in a Volvo SUV, police said. When police arrived on scene, they found Padilla severely injured inside the Dodge Durango he was driving, police said. Padilla was transported to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana, where he died of his injuries.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
With outstanding play from its offensive line, the Huntington Beach Gold Chargers rolled past the Cypress Crusaders, 28-6, in a battle between two undefeated Pop Warner Football Jr. Pee Wee Division teams. The victory puts Huntington in first place in the division standings. The Gold Chargers return to play Saturday to face the Saddleback Valley Bears at 8 a.m. at Edison High. In other Jr. Pee Wee Division matchups, the Huntington Beach White Chargers defense scored a touchdown and went on to shut out the North Long Beach Panthers, 29-0.
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SPORTS
September 11, 2013
Huntington Beach Oilers Clinic Division team came out strong in its first game of the 2013 Jr. All-American Football Season Saturday against the Long Beach Jackrabbits and scored a convincing, 36-13 victory at Huntington Beach High. Jonah Del Rosario of the Oilers dominated on both offense and defense. Huntington was quick to score behind an unstoppable offensive line. The first touchdown came on a quarterback run by Nate Skorheim with solid performances by Aden Eckenwiler , Blake Gilbert , Lyrik Fata , Andrew Ancona , Joseph Vardayo , Jordan Gozon , Riley Rozenkranz and Halu Ikeda . Skorheim also laid out a perfect scoring pass to Del Rosario for the Oilers' second touchdown.
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By Rhea Mahbubani | September 10, 2013
Ed Begley Jr. was one of the estimated 20 million Americans who overran streets, parks and universities during the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970. His venue of choice was Pershing Square in Los Angeles. That was also the year when he embarked on a personal protest against environmental degradation. Having spent the '50s in the San Fernando Valley, Begley was no stranger to smog. And trips to the Santa Monica Bay regularly refreshed his ideas about pollution. So he turned vegetarian, began recycling and composting, purchased biodegradable soaps and detergents and hopped onto a bus or bicycle to travel across Hollywood.
SPORTS
September 13, 2007
The Huntington Beach Black Oilers recovered the opening kickoff in their Jr. All-American Football Clinic Division season opener against Whittier and never looked back. The Oilers parlayed that turnover into a touchdown two plays later, and the quick start propelled them to a 38-0 trouncing of the Trojans on Saturday. On Huntington’s second play from scrimmage following the opening kickoff recovery, running back Brennan Apodoca scored the first of his three rushing touchdowns.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
With outstanding play from its offensive line, the Huntington Beach Gold Chargers rolled past the Cypress Crusaders, 28-6, in a battle between two undefeated Pop Warner Football Jr. Pee Wee Division teams. The victory puts Huntington in first place in the division standings. The Gold Chargers return to play Saturday to face the Saddleback Valley Bears at 8 a.m. at Edison High. In other Jr. Pee Wee Division matchups, the Huntington Beach White Chargers defense scored a touchdown and went on to shut out the North Long Beach Panthers, 29-0.
NEWS
By: | October 6, 2005
The Huntington Beach Dolphins gave up an early touchdown to South Gate, then rolled to a 20-13 victory over the Rams in a Jr. All-American Football game. Tailback Damien Williamson scored the first Huntington touchdown on a 55-yard run. Brandon Wooten executed a quarterback bootleg for the second Dolphins touchdown, and Williamson completed the scoring with a 50-yard touchdown run in the third quarter. The blocking of Justin McCollum and Skyler Dubar and catches by Ben Roth also aided the Dolphins offense.
NEWS
By: | August 9, 2005
Drunk driver dies in rear-end collision A 77-year-old father of 14 was killed in a car accident Sunday night on East Coast Highway at Avocado Avenue, police said. Francisco Padilla, of Santa Ana, had a blood-alcohol level of 0.20% when he rear-ended a family of six in a Volvo SUV, police said. When police arrived on scene, they found Padilla severely injured inside the Dodge Durango he was driving, police said. Padilla was transported to Western Medical Center in Santa Ana, where he died of his injuries.
NEWS
December 11, 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. Kenneth P. Busick, 45, Huntington Beach Jack L. Raley, 60, Huntington Beach Tom J. Tomaszewski, 23, Huntington Beach Michael J. Skorupski, 22, Westminster Rosalyn M. Waddell, 26, Huntington Beach Michael E. Connors, 27, Tustin Krista P. Corette, 30, Rolling Hills Estates Brian D. Klein, 31, Huntington Beach Lucy I. Davis, 33, Long Beach Mike P. Gurney, 42, Huntington Beach Maadhavi Raghayan, 23, Santa Ana Daniel A. Campbell, 27, Sun City, Calif.
NEWS
October 16, 2003
The Huntington Beach Dolphins, playing one of their most exciting games of the 2003 Jr. All-American Football Future League season, fought the Norwalk/Santa Fe Springs Gold Saints to an 18-18 tie. Jack Lowary rushed for a pair of touchdowns and Skylar Smith rushed for one to lead the Dolphins on offense. Lowary and Cade Benard led Huntington on defense. The tie gives the Dolphins an 0-1-1 record in NFL Atlantic Division play and puts them at 1-4-1 overall.
NEWS
September 26, 2002
The Huntington Beach Dolphins raced to a three-touchdown lead against Rowland Heights Saturday, then held off a late Raiders rally for a 20-18 victory in a Jr. All-American Football game played at Marina High. Michael Wuckert rushed for a touchdown in the first quarter and touchdown runs by Brandon Wooten and Tyler Dominick in the second and third quarters, respectively, built the lead to 18-0. Rowland Heights rallied late with 12, fourth quarter points.
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