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William Hunter

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  • Clinic team dismantles Oilers

    The Newport-Mesa Seahawks Clinic football team (ages 9 through 10) scored another convincing victory over the Huntington Beach Oilers, 33-6, Saturday. Quarterback Spencer Hook connected with Sachin Gokhale on two 25-yard touchdown passes, the first...
  • Axton to race in Pan Am event

    Willy Axton, a Costa Mesa resident, has been recruited by a top international karting team to compete in the Pan American International Challenge at California Speedway in Fontana this weekend. Axton, an 11-year-old fifth-grader at Kaiser Elementary,...
  • Seahawks remain undefeated

    The Newport Mesa Seahawks Pee Wee White Team beat the Huntington Beach Oilers, 30-0, at Sage Hill School. Tough defense was played by all the Seahawks. Big tackles were made by first-year players Will Gehl, Jake Jones and Mitch Haly. Defenders Blake...
  • Youth Scene: Region 120 girls bound for Orlando

    Youth Scene: Region 120 girls bound for Orlando
    The AYSO Region 120 girls' under-12 flex team of Costa Mesa won the McMillan Classic recently. That wasn't the only good news for the girls. The team will represent the region and travel in July to compete in the Disney World International Cup in...
  • Youth Scene: Axton doubles up

    Willy Axton of Costa Mesa won both the OC Fair "Challenge in the Dirt" race as well as the Orange County Grand Prix, held in the West lot at the Orange County Fairgrounds. The dirt event was held in the Speedway Action Sports Arena during the opening...
  • Youth Scene: Aim High finishes high again

    Youth Scene: Aim High finishes high again
    Aim High Hoops Elite completed its second successful tournament series with Big City Sports by taking the championship title on Aug. 21 and placing second two weeks ago at Corona High. The dominant play of Nissan Mo and Nicholas Ursini set the tone right...
  • Pee Wee team earns playoff win

    The first playoff game for the Newport Mesa Seahawks PeeWee Blue team was one of redemption as it defeated the Chiefs of Orange, 20-6, a team it had lost to the previous week. The game started off right for the Seahawks when Nikolas DeKeyzer recovered a...
  • Youth Scene: Flag Football team nearly goes perfect

    The Costa Mesa Flag Black Eagles league champions, who went 7-1, fell a game short of the always elusive perfect season. The Mesa Eagles 5- and 6-year old flag team is the precursor to the program's tackle program. After a season in which the young...
  • Brande: Future looks bright

    The recent Coastal Athletic League boys' volleyball playoffs were an exciting and well organized event as always. Hosted by Harbor Day School under the guidance of Mike Coleman, the Coastal League tournament is an experience that these young athletes...
  • Briefs: Balboa 14s win gold at Junior National tourney

    Trent Jackson only had enough time to answer his phone before his plane took off from Dallas on Thursday night. The coach and players from his boys' team, the Balboa Bay Volleyball Club 14 Hurley, couldn't talk. It was understandable, and they really...
  • Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth

    Gordon B. Hinckley, 97; led Mormons' rapid growth
    Gordon B. Hinckley, the elderly but indefatigable Mormon leader who guided the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints into the 21st century by building more temples, traveling more miles and moving Mormonism closer to the religious mainstream than...