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By: | August 25, 2005
The Huntington Beach Mighty Mite Division Chargers of Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football tuned up for Saturday's season opener by rolling past host Yorba Linda in its first scrimmage of the season, 42-6. "Our offensive linemen and defense did a great job," Chargers coach Rick Hernandez said. The Chargers were led on offense by quarterbacks Robert Rice and Daylan Harameyer, each of whom scored two touchdowns. Running back Steve Hernandez also reached the end zone.
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | March 6, 2011
PASADENA — The Glendale High School girls' lacrosse team came into the 2011 Rose Bowl Jamboree, a girls' lacrosse tournament, looking to get their feet wet. The newly-CIF sanctioned Nitros found themselves in their division's third-place game against Yorba Linda on Saturday. Glendale finished fourth out of six teams in the tournament's blue division after the team's offense shut down against the Mustangs. Seven girls who'd never played lacrosse before Saturday were called to start against Yorba Linda after five Nitros starters were unable to play.
NEWS
September 15, 2011
Former longtime La Cañada resident Gertrude C. Torre died Sept. 8 th at the age of 88.    She came to California from Salt Lake City, Utah when she was 6 months old and was raised in Silverlake, graduating from John Marshall High School in 1940. She met her husband, Robert A. Torre, and they married in 1942. In 1951, she and her husband settled in La Cañada to raise their 6 children. Gertrude and Bob Torre were active member in St. Bede's Church and also boosters at St. Francis High School.
NEWS
By: Richard Dunn | September 8, 2005
Mesa Verde Country Club head golf professional Tom Sargent, a prominent member of the PGA of America and a three-time Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year, will be inducted into the PGA of America Hall of Fame today at the PGA Education and Historical Center in Port. St. Lucie, Fla. Sargent, 58, is a former PGA of America Golf Professional of the Year (1997), the highest honor bestowed on a club pro, and served as president of the Southern California PGA from 1993 through '95. Sargent will be one of 122 inducted into the inaugural PGA of America Hall of Fame, 69 posthumously.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | November 4, 2013
The Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis team will open the playoffs against a familiar opponent — the same team it faced in its season opener. Only the Falcons will now look for a better result. Crescenta Valley and Glendale learned who they will face after the CIF Southern Section office unveiled its playoff pairings Monday. Crescenta Valley will meet West Ranch and Glendale will travel to Foothill to participate in Division II wild-card matches at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Falcons (9-5, 8-4 in the Pacific League for third place)
SPORTS
August 5, 2005
A team from the Pasadena Ice Skating Center, competing against 118 other teams, won the Ice Skating Institute annual World Championships last week in Southern California. More than 800 medals were one by the PISC team, made up of 208 skaters ranging in age from 3-years-old to 73-years-old, during the six-day event. More than 2,600 skaters from around the world performed on six ice surfaces in four ice skating centers located in Lakewood, Anaheim, Yorba Linda and Paramount.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
o7These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. f7 Linda F. Johnson, 53, La Puente Troy R. Milburn, 27, Huntington Beach Daryl L. Parker, 34, Tustin Micah L. Wood, 31, Fountain Valley Michael M. Rambo, 28, Carson Jose Nunez Jr., 33, Huntington Beach Shaw A. Gillespie, 26, Huntington Beach Thomas E. Murphy, 46, Huntington Beach Steven J. Demarr, 46, Huntington Beach Gary Daza, 20, Mission Viejo Jon A. Luti, 47, Huntington Beach Jon R. Valles, 35, Westminster Timothy D. Yocum, 37, Huntington Beach Michael R. Layhee, 21, Huntington Beach Kristi M. Mowery, 18, Desert Hot Springs Donna M. Sansevero, 35, Irvine Adrienne W. Randall, 31, Huntington Beach Theresa A. Vinyard, 29, Corona Hugo M. Mendoza, 26, Buena Park Michiko N. Roberts, 34, Huntington Beach Jason T. Vincent, 33, Huntington Beach William M. Hargrave, 48, Brea Dennis R. Moore, 45, Orange Pedro V. Vera, 54, Anaheim Brian W. Millett, 41, Costa Mesa Chad M. Cranford, 22, Huntington Beach Jorri M. Reed, 23, Yorba Linda Colleen B. Davis, 53, Costa Mesa Ross T. Pohlson, 24, Laguna Niguel Candace M. Price, 46, Newport Beach Emil T. Wilhite, 43, Huntington...
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
With outstanding play from its offensive line, the Huntington Beach Gold Chargers rolled past the Cypress Crusaders, 28-6, in a battle between two undefeated Pop Warner Football Jr. Pee Wee Division teams. The victory puts Huntington in first place in the division standings. The Gold Chargers return to play Saturday to face the Saddleback Valley Bears at 8 a.m. at Edison High. In other Jr. Pee Wee Division matchups, the Huntington Beach White Chargers defense scored a touchdown and went on to shut out the North Long Beach Panthers, 29-0.
NEWS
By: Dave Brooks | September 22, 2005
Surrounded by miles of pristine coastline, a newly thriving wetlands and scores of historical beach bungalows, artist Pamela Panattoni finds beauty in one of Huntington Beach's least-favorite sons: the AES power plant on Newland Avenue. "I just have these strong feelings about it," the Yorba Linda artist said from the small patch of concrete near Magnolia State Beach where she spent half a day painting the imposing towers of the coastal generator.
NEWS
By: Lauren Vane | July 30, 2005
Avocados aren't the only green showing up this year at the Orange County Fair. Rock music fans strolling into Wednesday night's concert at the Pacific Amphitheater were greeted with a line of green, hugging the chain link fence along the walkway border. Flashes of green could be spotted throughout the fair, gliding in and out of crowds and popping up in points high and low. Orange County sheriff's deputies, clad in muted forest-green uniforms, have been a subtle presence since the fair opened more than three weeks ago. From the time the gates open until several hours after closing, the deputies patrol in pairs -- in uniform and in plain clothes -- making sure the fairgrounds are safe.
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SPORTS
By Charles Rich | November 4, 2013
The Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis team will open the playoffs against a familiar opponent — the same team it faced in its season opener. Only the Falcons will now look for a better result. Crescenta Valley and Glendale learned who they will face after the CIF Southern Section office unveiled its playoff pairings Monday. Crescenta Valley will meet West Ranch and Glendale will travel to Foothill to participate in Division II wild-card matches at 2 p.m. Tuesday. The Falcons (9-5, 8-4 in the Pacific League for third place)
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NEWS
September 15, 2011
Former longtime La Cañada resident Gertrude C. Torre died Sept. 8 th at the age of 88.    She came to California from Salt Lake City, Utah when she was 6 months old and was raised in Silverlake, graduating from John Marshall High School in 1940. She met her husband, Robert A. Torre, and they married in 1942. In 1951, she and her husband settled in La Cañada to raise their 6 children. Gertrude and Bob Torre were active member in St. Bede's Church and also boosters at St. Francis High School.
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | March 6, 2011
PASADENA — The Glendale High School girls' lacrosse team came into the 2011 Rose Bowl Jamboree, a girls' lacrosse tournament, looking to get their feet wet. The newly-CIF sanctioned Nitros found themselves in their division's third-place game against Yorba Linda on Saturday. Glendale finished fourth out of six teams in the tournament's blue division after the team's offense shut down against the Mustangs. Seven girls who'd never played lacrosse before Saturday were called to start against Yorba Linda after five Nitros starters were unable to play.
LOCAL
By Jeremy Oberstein | November 22, 2008
Burbank and Glendale fire department Battalion Chiefs Kenet Robertson and Corey Creasey did not get much rest after helping to extinguish more than 45,000 acres of fire in three counties. Robertson and Creasey, who led dozens of firefighters through the hills of Montecito, Yorba Linda and Sylmar last week, returned to work Wednesday where both were asked to pick up their normal pace. A week ago, however, their job was anything but normal. At about 11:30 p.m. Nov. 14, Creasey’s team was dispatched to the hills above Sylmar, where a mobile home park was burning at an alarming rate.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
With outstanding play from its offensive line, the Huntington Beach Gold Chargers rolled past the Cypress Crusaders, 28-6, in a battle between two undefeated Pop Warner Football Jr. Pee Wee Division teams. The victory puts Huntington in first place in the division standings. The Gold Chargers return to play Saturday to face the Saddleback Valley Bears at 8 a.m. at Edison High. In other Jr. Pee Wee Division matchups, the Huntington Beach White Chargers defense scored a touchdown and went on to shut out the North Long Beach Panthers, 29-0.
NEWS
By: | October 13, 2005
o7These people were arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They have only been arrested on suspicion of a crime and, as with all crimes, are considered innocent until proved guilty. f7 Linda F. Johnson, 53, La Puente Troy R. Milburn, 27, Huntington Beach Daryl L. Parker, 34, Tustin Micah L. Wood, 31, Fountain Valley Michael M. Rambo, 28, Carson Jose Nunez Jr., 33, Huntington Beach Shaw A. Gillespie, 26, Huntington Beach Thomas E. Murphy, 46, Huntington Beach Steven J. Demarr, 46, Huntington Beach Gary Daza, 20, Mission Viejo Jon A. Luti, 47, Huntington Beach Jon R. Valles, 35, Westminster Timothy D. Yocum, 37, Huntington Beach Michael R. Layhee, 21, Huntington Beach Kristi M. Mowery, 18, Desert Hot Springs Donna M. Sansevero, 35, Irvine Adrienne W. Randall, 31, Huntington Beach Theresa A. Vinyard, 29, Corona Hugo M. Mendoza, 26, Buena Park Michiko N. Roberts, 34, Huntington Beach Jason T. Vincent, 33, Huntington Beach William M. Hargrave, 48, Brea Dennis R. Moore, 45, Orange Pedro V. Vera, 54, Anaheim Brian W. Millett, 41, Costa Mesa Chad M. Cranford, 22, Huntington Beach Jorri M. Reed, 23, Yorba Linda Colleen B. Davis, 53, Costa Mesa Ross T. Pohlson, 24, Laguna Niguel Candace M. Price, 46, Newport Beach Emil T. Wilhite, 43, Huntington...
NEWS
By: Dave Brooks | September 22, 2005
Surrounded by miles of pristine coastline, a newly thriving wetlands and scores of historical beach bungalows, artist Pamela Panattoni finds beauty in one of Huntington Beach's least-favorite sons: the AES power plant on Newland Avenue. "I just have these strong feelings about it," the Yorba Linda artist said from the small patch of concrete near Magnolia State Beach where she spent half a day painting the imposing towers of the coastal generator.
NEWS
By: Richard Dunn | September 8, 2005
Mesa Verde Country Club head golf professional Tom Sargent, a prominent member of the PGA of America and a three-time Southern California PGA Teacher of the Year, will be inducted into the PGA of America Hall of Fame today at the PGA Education and Historical Center in Port. St. Lucie, Fla. Sargent, 58, is a former PGA of America Golf Professional of the Year (1997), the highest honor bestowed on a club pro, and served as president of the Southern California PGA from 1993 through '95. Sargent will be one of 122 inducted into the inaugural PGA of America Hall of Fame, 69 posthumously.
NEWS
By: | August 25, 2005
The Huntington Beach Mighty Mite Division Chargers of Huntington Beach Pop Warner Football tuned up for Saturday's season opener by rolling past host Yorba Linda in its first scrimmage of the season, 42-6. "Our offensive linemen and defense did a great job," Chargers coach Rick Hernandez said. The Chargers were led on offense by quarterbacks Robert Rice and Daylan Harameyer, each of whom scored two touchdowns. Running back Steve Hernandez also reached the end zone.
SPORTS
August 5, 2005
A team from the Pasadena Ice Skating Center, competing against 118 other teams, won the Ice Skating Institute annual World Championships last week in Southern California. More than 800 medals were one by the PISC team, made up of 208 skaters ranging in age from 3-years-old to 73-years-old, during the six-day event. More than 2,600 skaters from around the world performed on six ice surfaces in four ice skating centers located in Lakewood, Anaheim, Yorba Linda and Paramount.
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