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  • Phan finds game

    Michaela Phan is only 8 years old, but already she appeared on her way to becoming highly skilled in taekwondo. The Newport Coast resident is a black belt and she won a national championship in the 8-and-under division at the American Taekwondo United...
  • Paul clears path for golf

    Paul clears path for golf
    Two years ago, when Tyler Paul graduated from Edison High he had respect from the old school, as he was a rarity. Paul competed as a three-sport athlete, and never specialized in a sport. He wanted to see what it would be like to catch passes for the...
  • Coburn captures crown

    Jeff Coburn felt a bit nervous entering the final round of the Costa Mesa City Championship Sunday at Costa Mesa Country Club. The UC Irvine alumnus was determined to find his comfort zone. Fortunately for him, that came a little easier than most, as he'...
  • Community & Clubs: Minnesota and a family reunion

    As you were picking up the Aug. 4 edition of the Daily Pilot to read with your morning coffee, I was on a Delta Air Lines flight to Minneapolis via a connection in Salt Lake City. It was one of my three trips in 2010 to visit my older brother, LeRoy,...
  • Briefs: Ross reaches semis

    KRISTIANSAND, Norway — On the same day that the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals Tour shut down, its top women's team advanced to the semifinals at the Federation International de Volleyball Otera Open. Newport Harbor High alumna April Ross and...
  • Communities & Clubs: Fundraiser helps to prevent child abuse

    On Dec. 7, at the Lido Theater in Newport Beach, the Exchange Club of Newport Harbor will host its annual movie event. This year the club will be screening the Christmastime classic, "Miracle on 34th Street." What a great way to get in the mood for...
  • Chin swings on learning curve

    John Chin is having more fun, but the margin for error is as small as a dimple on a golf ball. He's playing for money on the professional stage, but whether he makes a three-foot par putt could put him, say, 20 spots either way from a competitor....
  • Communities & Clubs: American Legion national official coming to Post 291

    American Legion National Commander Jimmie Foster is scheduled to attend a dinner at Newport Harbor Post 291 on Monday, Dec. 13. Key members of Foster's command staff will accompany him to the dinner. Also attending will be the parents of Michael A....
  • Communities & Clubs: It's the season for giving back

    This is a busy time of the year for our communities' service clubs. Some club members are ringing Salvation Army bells and staffing the donation kettles at local shopping centers. Others are delivering food and Christmas gifts to families in need. Still...
  • Golf: Facility still in works

    Scott Tarnow and Jerry Murray's proposed golf practice facility at Newport Harbor High remains in the planning stages. Tarnow, Newport's boys' and girls' golf coach and assistant coach Murray, have submitted multiple proposals to school administrators,...