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  • Community & Clubs: Helping children with sight and sounds

    The District 4L4 Lions Sight and Hearing van will be at all Newport-Mesa Unified Schools in the next two months to examine students' hearing and eyesight. Chaired by Joan Parks of the Harbor Mesa Lions, members of all three Lions clubs in the area will...
  • High School Roundup: Costa Mesa pulls off dramatic victory

    COSTA MESA – The Costa Mesa High girls' tennis team beat rival Estancia in dramatic fashion to set up a three-way tie in the Orange Coast League Thursday at Costa Mesa High. Costa Mesa won on games, 78-70, after the rivals tied, 9-9. The...
  • Communities & Clubs: Scouts to organize O.C. food drive

    Both the Boy and Girl Scouts have been delivering door hangers announcing the Nov. 6 food drive. Last year, 140,000 pounds of food was collected for distribution by Second Harvest Food Bank, according to Lane Calvert, scout executive. On Saturday, the...
  • Friends help Paisley

    Paisley Piasecki has family friends to thank for her foray into golf. The 15-year-old who was born in Newport Beach and now attends boarding school in Monterey, Calif., started playing golf two years ago and the game has gripped her heart. She tied a...
  • From The Sports Desk: Hall of Fame, it's a great idea

    Moments after a sit-down interview with four golfing greats, one of them wanted to turn the tables. "I have a question for you," Hale Irwin said at the Newport Beach Country Club Monday night. "What would you do to improve the Toshiba Classic?" I...
  • Indovina presses on

     Indovina presses on
    Ryan Indovina doesn't care for yesterday. He yearns for what could be. It doesn't seem to bother him that he's a 28-year-old incoming senior at Cal State Dominguez Hills. He doesn't want to stop short of his goals. He doesn't want to stop playing...
  • Keeping Mesa Verde pristine

     Keeping Mesa Verde pristine
    Robert Gluck had good training before he became Mesa Verde Country Club's superintendent about seven months ago. The 30-year-old Costa Mesa resident groomed his skills at Riviera Country Club, host of two PGA Championships and one U.S. Open. Gluck moved...
  • Community & Clubs: Another quick vacation

    Community & Clubs: Another quick vacation
    Barbara and I joined long-time friends and traveling partners Chris and Larry Frank at their beach home in Morro Bay for a night, prior to our departure to Half Moon Bay and the Ritz-Carlton Resort. Along the way we stopped for dinner in Buellton at the...
  • Golf: Treat body as temple

    Glenn Deck helps golfers with their swings, but before the swing comes something as or more important for each player to know well. The body comes before the swing. It might seem automatic to think of the body as key to the golf swing, but beyond...
  • Local young duo shines

    Local young duo shines
    LOMPOC — Estancia High sophomore Jake Knapp found the perfect motivation to stay alive in the postseason for boys' golf. Follow the leader. Knapp played in the same group as defending champion Patrick Cantlay of Servite in the CIF Southern...
  • Community & Clubs: Lauded for their service

    Twelve residents who have given of their time, talent and treasure in service to the communities of Costa Mesa and Newport Beach were honored last Friday through their induction into the 2010 Daily Pilot Community & Clubs Hall of Fame. Honored were:...
  • Golf: Battle against cancer

    Costa Mesa resident Dave Bunnell was angry at it. It took his father's life. Thirty new cases of it are expected each day this year in Orange County. It is cancer and, according to the American Cancer Society, was the second leading cause of death in...