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  • McKnight calls an audible

    NEWPORT BEACH — If you ask Scott McKnight, it's less like a retirement and more like moving to a new team. On June 1, when the Newport Beach police lieutenant walks away from the department after 28 years, he'll be turning in his badge and...
  • 'Eaters are all 'Wright'

    Aaron Wright, the 2010-11 Suburban League MVP from Cerritos High, has signed a national letter of intent with the UC Irvine men's basketball program, Anteater head coach Russell Turner announced. Wright, a 6-foot-2 guard, earned All-CIF Southern Section...
  • Hallelujah Ozougwu

    Hallelujah Ozougwu
    Cheta Ozougwu said he spent a lot of time praying during the 2011 NFL Draft. A devout Christian, the 22-year-old said he believed God's will would be done. Ozougwu, a 6-foot-2, 247-pound defensive end out of Rice University, believed he would be picked....
  • Steinberg: Much more is needed

    EDITOR'S NOTE: This corrects the year of Aikman's concussion. It was in the 1993 season, in a game played Jan. 1994. EDITOR'S NOTE: Famed Newport Beach sports agent Leigh Steinberg, whose career partially inspired the film "Jerry Maguire," has agreed...
  • Sage Hill students pursue passions

    NEWPORT COAST — The air smelled of varnish. The sound of an acoustic guitar rose above the din in the small Sage Hill school classroom packed with a dozen or so people building their own electric guitars. Across campus, students carefully placed...
  • Attar on the right path

    The fact that Audie Attar has landed in Irvine, also known as America's Safest City, is more than just a little ironic considering where he's come from, where he's been. He's just 30 years old, but he's been around the world and back, both literally...
  • Steinberg: All about the kids

    When my daughter Katie was 10, her Newport Beach AYSO team made it to the playoffs and they lost. She was crying on the field and my heart dropped and I rushed out to console her. Katie looked at me and said, "Daddy, I'm not crying because we lost. I'm...
  • Community & Clubs: Nominations are in for Hall of Fame

    Editor's note: This corrects the spelling of Sandi Scheafer's name. At least six people active in local community service will be inducted into the Daily Pilot Community & Clubs Hall of Fame during a special luncheon at noon June 17, at the Newport Beach...
  • Steinberg: NBA is back, but several mistakes were made

    The NBA and its players finally reached accord on a new collective bargaining agreement last week. The season is scheduled to begin on Christmas Day. The cost has been massive to owners, players and employees at the venues. Lost television revenue is...
  • Mustangs stick with Grant

    Mustangs stick with Grant
    On the same day Wally Grant wed and coached Costa Mesa High in the Battle for the Bell football game, Principal Phil D'Agostino told Grant he was no longer the interim coach. "Maybe I made him too nervous," D'Agostino joked as the Mustangs went on to...
  • White won't back down

    White won't back down
    The No. 13 isn't an unlucky number to Aaron White. He wears the number proudly. No one wanted the jersey number when he joined the Corona del Mar High football team as a sophomore. There was a reason why White chose No. 13 two years ago. "I wear it...
  • Steinberg: Huge week for SoCal

    There is a theory that God created the concept of time so everything wouldn't happen at once, but the dizzying pace of announcements regarding the Southern California sports scene last week defied that principle. A series of events altered the...