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  • Mesa looks for continued success

    Mesa looks for continued success
    It was a program that hadn't made the playoffs in four years before Jeremy Osso took over in 2006. Now, the Costa Mesa High football team is looking for its fourth playoff berth in a row in 2010. The Mustangs will also try to win their third Orange...
  • Mesa playing for Vazquez

    Mesa playing for Vazquez
    Whenever the Costa Mesa High football team takes the field in 2010, it will remember the player who would give anything to be there. Carlos Vazquez was set up for a big senior year at linebacker until he was diagnosed with leukemia in June. The player...
  • Newport tries to move on

    NEWPORT BEACH — Newport Harbor High has the luxury of starting the football season later than most of the local teams. The Sailors need the extra time with the amount of changes they are dealing with before kicking off the season at home against...
  • 'Eaters ahead of curve

    'Eaters ahead of curve
    The UC Irvine men's water polo program is known for creeping up on the competition, starting slowly and peaking in the postseason. But with seven noteworthy seniors on the roster, Coach Marc Hunt's Anteaters appeared to be slightly more advanced as they...
  • Community & Clubs: Iraq war veteran to speak at meeting

    On Wednesday, Iraq war veteran David Mayer is going to be at the general meeting of the American Legion Newport Harbor Post 291, along with his mother and father. He will speak about the organization he is establishing to build homes for veterans who have...
  • High Schools: Bailey a big addition for CdM polo

    Ryan Bailey should be a can't-miss guy on the Corona del Mar High pool deck this year. Sure, it helps you stand out in a crowd when you're 6-foot-6. But Bailey, the former UC Irvine standout and three-time Olympian, has the water polo credentials to...
  • David August to debut new shirt line

    David August, the Costa Mesa-based maker of men's custom suits, will debut a new line of shirts, Koi by David August, in October, according to an article in ApparelNews.net. The company headed by David August Heil, a veteran tailor who has made custom...
  • It's A Gray Area: Braving heart problems together

    The Braveheart Project was started in Scotland during the middle 1990s by a group of coronary heart disease health-care professionals who were concerned that their patients were losing valuable information as they were being referred from one expert in...
  • College Roundup

      WOMEN'S SOCCER Vanguard 5, Marymount 0 COSTA MESA — Amanda Couch scored two goals for the No. 9-ranked Lions in the nonconference match Saturday. Ivana Mendez had two assists one goal, while Teresa Warner and Danielle Dintino (one...
  • CdM aces test

    CORONA DEL MAR — Corona del Mar High boys' volleyball coach Steve Conti was worried before the match. His Sea Kings calmed him down from the opening whistle. CdM played at a high level for the first-round CIF Southern Section Division I playoff...
  • Lightning's Dion overcame injury

    As a three-sport athlete Sage Hill School senior Jackie Dion certainly remained busy throughout her four years with the Lightning. Adversity plagued her senior year, but Dion pressed on. A dislocated kneecap sustained in January kept her out for the rest...
  • Newport Beach: Ferguson, a homebuilder and wife of assemblyman, dies

    Noted home builder Anita Ferguson, the wife of late Assemblyman Gil Ferguson, has died, family members said Monday. Ferguson succumbed to cancer Sunday evening at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian, her son Jay Ferguson said. She was 84. Anita Ferguson...