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By: | September 1, 2005
The Bombers jumped out to a six-goal lead in the first period and never let up in an 8-2 Howe Division victory over the Thunder at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Seven different players accounted for the scoring by the Bombers, with two goals by Gene Jaeger and one each by Phillip Berman, Michael Marchand, Nick Iacono, Aaron Baca-Chavez, Stephen Marchand and Charley Rymer. Michael Marchand had a hand in three assists, and Berman, Baca-Chavez and Iacono each had one. Kenneth Nguyen had 13 saves in the victory.
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
By: Barry Faulkner | September 12, 2005
When Joe Foley graduated from Newport Harbor High in 2002, he decided to attend Wheaton College in Illinois to break away from his comfort zone in Newport Beach. Now, one game into his senior football season as a starting defensive tackle for the Thunder, it turns out Foley simply traded one comfort zone for another. "I fell in love with the place," Foley said of the Division III school about a 20-minute drive west of Chicago. "I was looking at schools like Azusa Pacific and Cal Lutheran, but I heard about Wheaton from a friend.
SPORTS
December 6, 2007
In the championship match of the girls? AYSO Region 55 under-12 playoffs tournament, the Sourz edged the Thunder, 1-0, Saturday. Lauren Delgadillo scored the winning goal in the first half, with the assist going to Shelby Hayes, as the Sourz advanced to postseason regional play. The Sourz? players are forwards Lindsay Danley and Emilie Bergman, goalkeeper Maria Steadmon, midfielders Amber Rodriguez, Elizabeth Ghazarian, Vivian Gay and Carolyn Yee and defenders Krista Apardian, Gabriella Hammock, Madeline Bragg and Erin Ozturk.
SPORTS
December 13, 2007
The Wings broke away from a close battle with the Thunder in a Lemieux Division match by scoring seven goals over the final two periods to score a 9-3 victory at Coast 2 Coast Hockey in Huntington Beach. Leading the scoring charge for the Wings was Jimmy Hocker, who posted three goals. Also netting multiple goals were Casey Childers and Joel Dapello, who each scored twice. Kyle Betz and Ryan Gallegos each scored once. Hocker also contributed four assists. Childers, Betz and Ben Piontkowski each had two assists and Joey Mahoney had one assist.
NEWS
October 11, 2001
Eric Lamotte scored the final four goals of the match last weekend to lead the Flames to a 5-2 come-from-behind victory over the Thunder in Patrick Division action. Justin Kauffman scored the other goal and Dan Zike had two assists. Mike Shuttleworth and Jordan Wallace scored for the Thunder. The Flames, who lead the division with a 2-0-1 record, also fought the Metal Mulisha (0-1-2) to a 2-2 tie. Kauffman and Jordan John scored for the Flames and Nicholas Ferreira had 20 saves.
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.
NEWS
March 31, 2005
The Blades outscored the Thunder by four goals in the final period to earn a 7-3 victory in the championship match of the Lemieux Division postseason tournament at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. The Blades outscored the Thunder, 4-0, in the final period. Ryan Morgan led the Blades with a match-high three goals. Joshua Hackworth scored twice and Jared Hackworth and Paul Leigh each scored once to complete the scoring for the Blades.
SPORTS
December 22, 2005
Team notches victory over Thunder to win Lemieux Division.The Misfits used a big third period to pull away from the Thunder and claim the Lemieux Division championship, 7-3, at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. The Misfits took a 4-3 lead into the third period, where they outscored the Thunder, 3-0. It was a one-man wrecking crew on offense for the Misfits: Daniel Gibson scored all seven goals. Two of those goals came off feeds from Tyler Bales. Ethan Berg recorded 31 saves.
SPORTS
November 8, 2007
Liverpool United, the under-11 plus boys? team from AYSO Region 56, rebounded from a recent one-goal loss to Newport Beach to defeat the HB Cobras, 5-3. Forward Grant Mooney recorded a hat trick to lead the victory. The Cobras converted an early penalty kick to take a 1-0 lead, but the advantage didn?t last long. Liverpool United evened the score when midfielder Jack Slavik sent a pass to George Vournas, whose through ball was sent into the net by Drew Truxaw. It was Truxaw?
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | December 15, 2010
Red, white and blue balloons filled Marine View Middle School's gymnasium, and the colors were echoed throughout on banners hung on every surface. Students mimicked their surroundings in patriotic-colored clothes, waving miniature American flags and holding signs spelling out "thank you" up high. "There were no other colors at our school today," said Melissa Applebee, 13. The gymnasium was decked out in all things patriotic for a welcome-home event for nine members of the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines, who recently returned from a tour in Afghanistan.
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By Britney Barnes, britney.barnes@latimes.com | June 17, 2010
Four more of the city's adopted "Thundering Third" Marines have died in Afghanistan, officials said. Sgt. Brandon Bury, of Grand Prairie, Texas; Lance Cpl. Derek Hernandez, of Bridgeton, Mo.; Cpl. Donald Marler, of Harlingen, Texas; and Sgt. John Rankel, of Indianapolis were killed last week in combat, said officials with the 3rd Battalion, 1st Marines Foundation. The city adopted the Marines stationed in Camp Pendleton in 2005. The foundation has been supporting the Marines and their families with care packages, welcome-home activities, assistance for the wounded and programs for families when the troops are deployed.
FEATURES
By Van Novack | August 21, 2008
If anyone is qualified to skewer Hollywood from an insider’s viewpoint, it is Ben Stiller. Son of legendary comedians Jerry Stiller and Ann Meara, Stiller was raised in show business. His career has run the gamut of stage, a brief stint on “Saturday Night Live,” star of his own television show, film actor, writer, producer and director. Stiller utilizes nearly all these “slashes” as actor/writer/producer/director of his latest film “Tropic Thunder,” a withering satire of Hollywood excesses and self-importance.
SPORTS
December 13, 2007
The Wings broke away from a close battle with the Thunder in a Lemieux Division match by scoring seven goals over the final two periods to score a 9-3 victory at Coast 2 Coast Hockey in Huntington Beach. Leading the scoring charge for the Wings was Jimmy Hocker, who posted three goals. Also netting multiple goals were Casey Childers and Joel Dapello, who each scored twice. Kyle Betz and Ryan Gallegos each scored once. Hocker also contributed four assists. Childers, Betz and Ben Piontkowski each had two assists and Joey Mahoney had one assist.
SPORTS
December 6, 2007
In the championship match of the girls? AYSO Region 55 under-12 playoffs tournament, the Sourz edged the Thunder, 1-0, Saturday. Lauren Delgadillo scored the winning goal in the first half, with the assist going to Shelby Hayes, as the Sourz advanced to postseason regional play. The Sourz? players are forwards Lindsay Danley and Emilie Bergman, goalkeeper Maria Steadmon, midfielders Amber Rodriguez, Elizabeth Ghazarian, Vivian Gay and Carolyn Yee and defenders Krista Apardian, Gabriella Hammock, Madeline Bragg and Erin Ozturk.
SPORTS
November 8, 2007
Liverpool United, the under-11 plus boys? team from AYSO Region 56, rebounded from a recent one-goal loss to Newport Beach to defeat the HB Cobras, 5-3. Forward Grant Mooney recorded a hat trick to lead the victory. The Cobras converted an early penalty kick to take a 1-0 lead, but the advantage didn?t last long. Liverpool United evened the score when midfielder Jack Slavik sent a pass to George Vournas, whose through ball was sent into the net by Drew Truxaw. It was Truxaw?
SPORTS
April 19, 2007
The Avalanche broke open a tight Lemieux Division match against the Rampage by scoring four goals in the final period to pull away to a 7-1 victory in division championship playoff action at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Jimmy Hocker, Craig Landon, Andrew Wade and Casey Childers posted goals in a third period where the Avalanche outscored the Rampage, 4-0. Childers finished with a match-high three goals. Joel Dapello also scored. Childers, Wade and Ben Piontkowski each had two assists and Hocker and Dapello each had one. Andrew Skowron recorded 19 saves.
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
December 28, 2006
Karson Derego scored the third of his match-high three goals in the third period of Saturday's Norris Division fall season championship match, lifting the Lightning over the Kings, 3-2, at Coast 2 Coast Inline Hockey Center in Huntington Beach. Derego also scored goals in the first and second periods, the second coming off an assist from Nicholas Thompson. Kyler Scott recorded 25 saves. The Kings received goals from Caden Thompson and Alec Dahl. Michael Peters and Tyler McLuckey each had an assist, and Ethan Higbee had 28 saves.
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