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  • Diana clears hurdles

    Diana clears hurdles
    It's fitting that Diana Guido's favorite events in track and field are the hurdles. In the Estancia High junior's life there have been many hurdles to clear. One came just two weeks before she competed in the Orange Coast League finals. Negative...
  • CUYLER

    CUYLER – Lee (“Cookie”) Cook Cuyler, 86, resident of Albuquerque, NM since August 2001, died May 14th, 2011.  Lee is survived by her sister, Smiley (Ken) Karst of Santa Monica, CA, and her five children, Robert (Millie) Cuyler of...
  • Tars take 2nd

    NORWALK — Newport Harbor High junior Ethan Cochran had the most crowd support of any competitor as he stepped into the ring for his first attempt at the discus Saturday afternoon at Cerritos College. In addition to his Sailors coaches and...
  • Parker ready to turn it up

    Parker ready to turn it up
    John Vallely, the guest speaker at the 50th annual Athletic Awards Breakfast, challenged high school seniors with a question Wednesday morning. Speaking about accomplishing feats, Vallely asked, "How will you ever know unless you dream big?" The...
  • Madigan wants more

    Madigan wants more
    Unlike any of his teammates, Sean Madigan has seen college baseball's promised land. He is a multiple-dog-pile survivor with a distinguished postseason pedigree whose UC Irvine career is either as many as eight wins or as few as two losses away from...
  • Filmmaker speaks about Israel, Palestine

    IRVINE — Pro-Palestine Israeli filmmaker Udi Aloni gave a speech Wednesday evening at UC Irvine that advocated bi-nationalism. Aloni addressed a group of about 30 concerning his recent book, "What Does a Jew Want?," and about putting on a...
  • Pirates defeated in final

    COSTA MESA — Orange Coast College sophomore guard Amanda Deal scored a game-high 25 points, including six three-pointers, but the host Pirates were defeated, 71-63, by Mt. San Jacinto in the title game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Sunday. OCC (4-...
  • Anteaters' seasons end cruelly

     Anteaters' seasons end cruelly
    Soccer is excruciating. Just ask the men's and women's coaches and players at UC Irvine. The UCI men were denied an NCAA Tournament bid, despite being ranked as high as No. 7 and being ranked either No. 1 or No. 2 in the West Region for most of the...
  • Rivals ready to rumble

    Newport Harbor High and Corona del Mar have the Battle of the Bay in wrestling. The two rivals will welcome 14 other schools to their "Battle by the Bay" Friday. The two-day tournament begins at CdM at 3 p.m. Saturday's elimination bracket starts at 9 a....
  • 'Eaters garner respect

    'Eaters garner respect
    The UC Irvine men's volleyball team finished tied for first in the 2011 Mountain Pacific Sports Federation preseason coaches' poll. The Anteaters and USC each finished with 100 points and three first-place votes in the 12-school conference. Six...
  • Acting as an advocate

    Acting as an advocate
    CORONA DEL MAR — One person can make a difference. You just have to believe in yourself, be patient, put in many hours of work, and, sometimes — just sometimes — search far and wide for Spanish translators. That was the message...
  • CdM shuts out rivals

    CdM shuts out rivals
    NEWPORT BEACH — The Corona del Mar High boys' soccer team is now at full strength. Like the second-ranked team in the state by ESPN RISE was not already loaded. The Sea Kings welcomed back Jack McBean, Grady Howe and Matt Francini on Wednesday...