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By: | August 25, 2005
The Huntington Beach Mighty Mite Division Chargers of Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football tuned up for Saturday's season opener by rolling past host Yorba Linda in its first scrimmage of the season, 42-6. "Our offensive linemen and defense did a great job," Chargers coach Rick Hernandez said. The Chargers were led on offense by quarterbacks Robert Rice and Daylan Harameyer, each of whom scored two touchdowns. Running back Steve Hernandez also reached the end zone.
SPORTS
September 3, 2009
Steve Hernandez scored four touchdowns as the Huntington Beach Pop Warner Pee Wee Green Chargers topped Saddleback Valley, 24-6, in their season opener Saturday at Edison High. Hernandez scored on rushing touchdowns of 40, 32 and 30 yards. He also returned an interception 60 yards for another score for the Green Chargers. Raymond Tafoya added another ground score for the Green Chargers, who play host to Yorba Linda Saturday at noon in their second game.  In a Midget Division season opener, the Huntington Beach Blue Vikings fell to the Pasadena Trojans, 22-6, at Marina High.
NEWS
August 16, 2001
The following 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. Janice Ash, 53, Huntington Beach David G. Howes, 40, Huntington Beach David J. Dymond, 23, Yorba Linda Frances L. Martin, 57, Santa Ana Eloy Martinez, 23, Huntington Beach Bruce D. Blach 53, Huntington Beach Gregory J. Neidhart, 47, Huntington Beach Marco T. Vargas Jr., 24, Garden Grove Nina Rasponti, 42, Huntington Beach Nobuhiko Nakajima, 36, Huntington Beach Donald L. Russell, 42, Downey Marco P. Rivera, 32, Lynwood A. Yang, 27, Costa Mesa
NEWS
February 27, 2003
The following 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. Sandra M. Hanna, 21, Garden Grove Camilo E. Ramirez, 26, Huntington Beach Jeffrey A. Buchanan, 49, Huntington Beach James A. Browning, 43, Huntington Beach Dan J. Tyman, 27, Huntington Beach Bryan K. Barnes, 25, Reseda Carlos B. Nunez, 24, Santa Ana Jesse J. Lunn, 21, Huntington Beach Kevin A. Riek, 25, Huntington Beach William A. Ortiz, 20, Long Beach Michael L. Espinosa, 18, Fountain Valley Brian L. Trojahn, 33, Huntington Beach Ryan G. Krebs, 30, Yorba Linda Amber M. Switzer, 19, Costa Mesa William M. Mehaffey, 20, Huntington Beach Christopher W. Dockery, 32, Irvine Nicole R. Vaillancourt, 23, Yorba Linda Sonia Correa, 23, Costa Mesa Vanessa E. Oswald, 23, Newport Beach Michael D. Campbell, 33, Huntington Beach Jamie L. Dupuis, 19, Huntington Beach Roderick Grajeda, 21, Anaheim Carrie R. Long, 34, Pomona
SPORTS
June 8, 2006
The HB Crush, a 12-and-Under Silver All-Star team from South Huntington Beach Girls Softball, won its second straight tournament by capturing the Placentia/Yorba Linda All-Star Tournament in Yorba Linda last weekend. Poise was what helped guide the Crush ? coached by Butch Fleck, Dwain Pautsch and Craig Bradford ? to the title, which came a week after the team rolled to the championship at the Oceanside Riptide Tournament. The Crush had to come from behind to win three of their five games.
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March 19, 2014
Thursday Boys' Tennis (3 p.m.) La Quinta at Marina Los Amigos at Ocean View Track and Field (3 p.m.) Estancia at Ocean View Boys' Golf (TBA) Ocean View vs. Orange (at Willowick GC) Badminton (3 p.m.) Cypress at Marina Softball (TBA) Marina at Torrance Tournament Boys' Golf (3:30 p.m.) Marina vs. Mater Dei (at Santa Ana CC) Boys' Lacrosse (5 p.m.) Edison at Woodbridge Boys' Volleyball (5:15 p.m.) Ocean View at Woodbridge — Friday Baseball (3:15 p.m.)
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By Mike Sciacca | December 26, 2013
Ten girls' basketball teams will play over the next four days aiming to win the title of the 2013 Larry Doyle Orange County Championships tournament. The annual late-December event is co-hosted by Marina and Edison. Thursday and Friday pool-play games will be held at the Marina gym. The tournament shifts to Edison for games Saturday and placement games next Monday . "I'm excited about the upcoming Larry Doyle O.C. Championships," Marina Coach Carol Osbrink said. "This year's lineup is very competitive and the tournament promises to showcase some excellent match-ups.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 30, 2013
COSTA MESA - Eric Lo was at a loss for words late Friday. Not once, but twice. "I don't know what to say," the Huntington Beach head coach finally managed to get out, repeating the phrase a few minutes apart, before walking over to join in the celebration with his ecstatic team and coaching staff near one end of the field at LeBard Stadium. You can't blame Lo for not being able to find the right words to describe what had just transpired at Orange Coast College. His Oilers had just upset defending champion and Sunset League rival Edison, 28-21, to continue an amazing journey in the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 27, 2013
The Edison High girls' cross-country team is headed to the CIF State Cross-Country Championships Saturday. The Chargers earned a spot in the State meet at Woodward Park in Fresno by finishing in seventh place in the Division 1 team standings at the CIF Southern Section Cross-Country Championships at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. Individually, junior Norberto Osorio of Fountain Valley and Marina senior Craig Huff qualified to run at the State meet. Edison finished with a team time of 1 hour 32 minutes, 41 seconds (1:32:41)
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By Mike Sciacca | November 23, 2013
Talk about peaking at the right time. Huntington Beach High won half of its games during the 10-game 2013 prep football season and after finishing behind four rivals in the Sunset League standings, the Oilers needed to land an at-large berth just to get into the CIF Southern Section Southwest Division playoffs. They were awarded that bid, and in the past two weeks, have gone out and made the utmost of their opportunity. For the second consecutive week in the postseason, Huntington jumped all over its opponent early on and the end result, once again, was a one-sided victory.
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By Mike Sciacca | November 20, 2013
The prep football season lives on for Edison High and Huntington Beach. Both the Chargers and Oilers kept their CIF Southern Section championship hopes alive by winning first-round playoff games Friday. Two other local teams, Fountain Valley and Brethren Christian, both were eight minutes away from advancing from their openers but each, instead, dropped their game on late touchdowns. Edison and Huntington are in the Southwest Division quarterfinal round, and both will play their second-round games Friday.
NEWS
By Alicia Lopez | May 6, 2013
An unlicensed contractor was sentenced Friday to 16 months in jail for defrauding a Huntington Beach homeowner and a Yorba Linda family of more than $635,000 by taking their payments and failing to complete construction projects, according to a news release from the Orange County District Attorney's office. Alec Damos, 52, of Pawley's Island, S.C., pleaded guilty Feb. 20 in Orange County Superior Court to one felony count of unlicensed contracting for emergency residential repairs in a disaster area, one felony count of fraudulent use of a contractor's license, and one misdemeanor count of contracting for home improvement without a state license, according to the release.
SPORTS
From Staff Reports | October 10, 2012
The Huntington Beach Oilers used a punishing run game and tenacious defense to overpower the Rowland Heights Raiders, 47-7, in a Jr. All-American Football Jr. Midget Division game Saturday. Noah Horns had two rushing touchdowns and Reid Banish, Dylan McCoy and Nicholas Favazza also ran for scores. The Oilers defense also scored, with Horns returning an interception for a touchdown. * Jr. Clinic Division Huntington Beach 6, Compton 0: The Oilers (3-2) allowed just three first downs on defense and overcame turnovers on offense to shut of the Titans and remain in first place.
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By Mike Sciacca | December 21, 2011
The Fountain Valley boys' basketball team is streaking into the holiday weekend. The Barons picked up two victories earlier in the week, the most recent a 69-52 nonleague drubbing of host Yorba Linda. "We played a pretty strong defensive game, especially in the second and third quarters as we pulled away," said Coach Roger Holmes, whose Barons improved to 8-2. "Our offense was steady and consistent throughout the game. "The game was very physical and we had a solid effort throughout.
NEWS
By Chris Epting | December 22, 2010
Dec. 28 marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Jimmy Sullivan, aka "The Rev," drummer for the Huntington Beach-based band Avenged Sevenfold. According to reports, he died from an accidental overdose of strong prescription painkillers, and so, even though this may be considered a "preventable" death, loss is still loss. I know how tough this is for the Sullivan family. Because I covered the event last year, with subsequent follow-ups, it put me in touch with many members of the Avenged Sevenfold "family," the passionate, loyal fan base that stretches across the globe.
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