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October 19, 2006
The Huntington Beach Green Chargers had a 19-game unbeaten streak snapped Saturday in Tustin, as the host Black Cobras came away with a 22-6 victory in Pop Warner Football Junior Midget Division play. Huntington's unbeaten streak dated back to December 2004. The Green Chargers got the upper hand early when Christopher Ogilvie intercepted a Tustin pass and returned it 24 yards to the Black Cobras' 25-yard line. Six plays later, Tanner Greeley scored from five yards out on a counter-left to give Huntington what would be its only score and lead, 6-0. Tustin added a touchdown and conversion in the first half and took an 8-6 lead at the half.
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January 9, 2003
Putting forth their best effort of the 2002-03 season, the HB South Chargers overcame Tustin's height advantage Sunday to post a 51-47 victory in a National Junior Basketball boys' sixth-grade All-Net Division contest. The back-and-forth contest tilted in HB South's favor when Austin Prather knocked down a three-point basket with two minutes remaining to put the Chargers up by three. From there, the clutch free-throw shooting of Connor Hughes and Sean Guite sealed the victory.
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February 17, 2000
The West Huntington Beach girls 6th-grade All-Net basketball team ended Sunday's game against Tustin with an 11-0 surge to pull out a 24-14 victory in National Junior Basketball action. After Tustin went ahead early in the fourth period, Rachael Maulit scored four points to give the Surf City Blues the lead for good, sending them on the start of their 11-0 run to finish the game. Maulit and Susie Bartolme each scored eight points, and both starred defensively as Maulit had 13 steals and Bartolme dominated the boards with 16 rebounds and. Audra Tamulaitis and Laura Boggeln combined for an additional 17 rebounds as West Huntington Beach ran its record 8-1. In other girls NJB action: SOUTH HB NJB DIVISION 2 Shaqettes 19, TLA 16 Leanne Voss and Lauren Kaprielian each scored six points and Erica Fruhwirth hit a three-point basket to finish with five points in leading the Shaqettes to victory; the Talkative Little Angels' Stephanie King led all scorers with 10 points.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 7, 2013
TUSTIN — Less than two weeks ago, the Ocean View High boys' basketball team used a torrid shooting night to nearly upset Bellflower St. John Bosco in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs. In the first round of the CIF State Division 3 Regional playoffs Tuesday against Tustin, the Seahawks turned to their defense to hang with the host Tillers, a team that on Feb. 28 won the CIF Southern Section 3AAA championship. That defensive effort kept the Seahawks within striking distance, but the Tillers began to pull away midway through the third quarter, and went on to post a 65-48 victory.
NEWS
April 5, 2007
The following items were considered by the City Council Monday: CABLE FRANCHISE FEES The City Council unanimously passed (5-0, with Mayor Gil Coerper and Councilman Don Hansen absent) an ordinance to re-establish its current 5% franchise fees for video service providers, in accordance with new state laws. The city additionally will now charge a 1% fee to support public access, educational, and government television programming. WHAT IT MEANS The city will now have additional funds for its HBTV3 government access channel.
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By: | September 15, 2005
o7These 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. f7 Dennis G. Midden, 53, Huntington Beach Oscar R. Loera, 26, Hollywood Richard W. Farkas, 25, Huntington Beach William H. Taylor, 52, Huntington Beach Katie A. Moore, 25, Huntington Beach Steven R. Rousseau, 51, Huntington Beach Ignacio R. Ordelanis, 23, Tustin Reginald L. Williams, 47, Lancaster Brian W. Casey, 24, San Clemente Daniel W. Neugebauer, 20, Huntington Beach Peggy J. Marino, 39, Huntington Beach Chantal L. Reeder, 20, Huntington Beach Gregory R. Almazan, 28, Palm Springs Heredi Balazs, 26, Brea Darlene S. Bennett, 29, Fountain Valley Manuel W. Salcido, 32, Compton Justin D. Kingsbury, 22, Tustin Valerie B. Bleakley, 31, Garden Grove Linda L. Robinson, 58, Huntington Beach Damon M. Valenzuela, 27, Whittier Nathan R. Varnold, 23, Huntington Beach Robin R. Howard, 48, Huntington Beach
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July 31, 2003
Huntington Valley Little League's Major Division All-Star team had its baseball season come to an end in a 7-5 loss to Tustin Western in the Section 5 Tournament played at Curtis Park in Mission Viejo. Huntington Valley got off to a quick start in jumping to a 4-0 first inning lead. Barry Luke and Nick Mazzone started the game with consecutive singles and singles by Race Parmenter and Tim Higgins led to three runs. Tanner Phillips later grounded out to score Higgins.
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February 28, 2002
The HB Silver boys' Under-12 Division All-Star team kept up its winning ways in the final weekend of AYSO All-Star tournament play Sunday, shutting out Tustin, 1-0, to capture the bronze medal. Despite several attacks on goal, HB Silver and Tustin were scoreless heading into the fourth quarter. A tripping penalty set up Ri Hansler at the 40-yard line, and his direct kick sailed past the Tustin goalie and into the net for the match's only score. HB Silver's defense allowed just five goals in 10 tournament games and garnered 70 points -- out of a possible 100 -- to finish in third place.
NEWS
July 20, 2000
Fountain Valley Youth Baseball's Pony Blue All-Star team has qualified for the 2000 Sectional Tournament, which begins Friday in Whittier. The Pony Blue All-Stars qualified for the Sectional by beating Tustin, 13-3, behind the solid pitching of Brad Young, Josh Roth, and Sean Green, with outstanding defense coming from shortstop Bret Burda. Leading Fountain Valley in hitting were Roth (triple), Caleb Rogers (double and two singles), and Don Spreeman.
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By Anthony Clark Carpio | August 27, 2013
If they listen closely, Huntington Beach residents may be able to hear plastic, hollow balls whirling through the air. The sound, similar to that of a Wiffle ball passing by your ear, is coming from an increasing number of pickleball games downtown. More could be on the way. About 30 enthusiasts want the city to increase play on regulated courts at Worthy Park. The sport, which took off in Orange County about 48 years ago, combines elements of three of the world's most recognizable racquet sports - tennis, badminton and table tennis.
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By Mike Sciacca | March 7, 2013
TUSTIN — Less than two weeks ago, the Ocean View High boys' basketball team used a torrid shooting night to nearly upset Bellflower St. John Bosco in the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division 3A playoffs. In the first round of the CIF State Division 3 Regional playoffs Tuesday against Tustin, the Seahawks turned to their defense to hang with the host Tillers, a team that on Feb. 28 won the CIF Southern Section 3AAA championship. That defensive effort kept the Seahawks within striking distance, but the Tillers began to pull away midway through the third quarter, and went on to post a 65-48 victory.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 19, 2012
HUNTINGTON BEACH - When Huntington Beach took on Tustin in the quarterfinal round of the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs Friday, the host Oilers pretty much knew the game plan for the Tillers. Run, and then, run some more. And that's exactly what the Tillers did. No. 2-seeded Tustin was able to grind its way to a 49-18 victory at Cap Sheue Field and the win sent the division's defending champion on to a semifinal date next Friday against No. 3-seeded Villa Park.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 14, 2012
And then there were two. When the prep football season reaches its quarterfinals stage Friday , two local teams, Edison and Huntington Beach, will be among the teams still alive in the hunt for a CIF Southern Section championship. The Chargers and Oilers both advanced to the elite eight of the Southwest Division playoffs after picking up first-round victories last week. Brethren Christian was the third local team playing in the postseason, but the Warriors had their playoff hopes dashed in the cold last Saturday against Big Bear.
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October 29, 2009
The Huntington Beach Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee Green Chargers are anything but green on the football field. In fact, they’re a game away from playing in the Orange Bowl, the Super Bowl for Orange County Pop Warner Football. Huntington Beach’s latest victim was Tustin Gold, whom the Green Chargers beat, 29-0, Sunday in their second-round playoff game. The top-seeded Chargers dominated play on both sides of the ball, Coach John Siebel said. The Chargers were led by scores from C.J. McCord, Michael Bala and Isaiah Christon, along with a ferocious defense.
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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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By Candice Baker | April 8, 2009
A former fugitive who bought a Huntington Beach home fraudulently, among other crimes, was convicted Tuesday of committing $2.8 million in fraud and stealing the identities of more than a dozen victims. Gene Anthony Franklin Jr., 34, of Tustin, purchased a $685,000 local home — and signed up for its water and phone bills — in 2006 using a victim’s personal information, which he obtained during an “investment opportunity” discussion. When the victim saw his credit report, he contacted Franklin and was falsely told his name would be removed from the home.
NEWS
April 5, 2007
The following items were considered by the City Council Monday: CABLE FRANCHISE FEES The City Council unanimously passed (5-0, with Mayor Gil Coerper and Councilman Don Hansen absent) an ordinance to re-establish its current 5% franchise fees for video service providers, in accordance with new state laws. The city additionally will now charge a 1% fee to support public access, educational, and government television programming. WHAT IT MEANS The city will now have additional funds for its HBTV3 government access channel.
SPORTS
October 19, 2006
The Huntington Beach Green Chargers had a 19-game unbeaten streak snapped Saturday in Tustin, as the host Black Cobras came away with a 22-6 victory in Pop Warner Football Junior Midget Division play. Huntington's unbeaten streak dated back to December 2004. The Green Chargers got the upper hand early when Christopher Ogilvie intercepted a Tustin pass and returned it 24 yards to the Black Cobras' 25-yard line. Six plays later, Tanner Greeley scored from five yards out on a counter-left to give Huntington what would be its only score and lead, 6-0. Tustin added a touchdown and conversion in the first half and took an 8-6 lead at the half.
SPORTS
September 21, 2006
The Huntington Beach Jr. Midget Oilers made their 2006 home debut a smashing success Saturday as they overwhelmed the Tustin Ravens, 52-8, in Jr. All-American Football action. The scoring started early for the Oilers (1-1) as they capped a 10-play drive with a one-yard touchdown run by James Marcoly. On Tustin's ensuing possession, Huntington's Mitch Huffman came up with a huge interception and 65-yard return for the second score of the game. Huffman powered his way to the end zone by breaking six tackles on the return and got a key block from Dennis Macarthy.
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