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July 9, 2004
The season came to an end for the Laguna Beach Little League 11-year-old All-Star team, which fell to Laguna Niguel, 14-1, in an elimination game in the District 55 All-Star tournament at Wagon Wheel Sports Park in Trabuco Canyon. Laguna began the tournament with a 10-0 loss to San Clemente. 11-year-old scoreboard Early-round results Viejo 12, Northwood 2 Rancho Santa Margarita 11, Newport Beach-National 2 Trabuco Canyon 7, Lake Forest-Gold 6 San Clemente 10, Laguna Beach 0 Newport Beach-American 13, Rancho Niguel 9 Laguna Hills 12, San Juan Capistrano 8 Aliso Niguel 12, Rancho Santa Margarita 0 Tijeras Creek 22, Ladera Ranch 0 San Clemente 11, South Irvine-National 0 North Mission Viejo 14, South Irvine-American 1 Rancho Mission Viejo 6, Newport Beach-American 5 Laguna Hills 14, Lake Forest-Blue 2 Saddleback 6, North Mission Viejo 5 Tijeras Creek 8, Laguna Niguel 1 Saturday's results Viejo 5, Aliso Viejo 4 Tijeras Creek 13, San Clemente 2 Rancho Mission Viejo 7, Laguna Hills 6 Saddleback 6, Trabuco Canyon 0 Rancho Santa Margarita 12, Rancho Niguel 8 South Mission Viejo 5, South Irvine-American 0 Lake Forest-Blue 12, Newport Beach-National 7 North Mission Viejo 10, Lake Forest-Gold 3 Laguna Niguel 14, Laguna Beach 1 Monday's results North Mission Viejo 4, Laguna Niguel 1 Newport...
NEWS
June 28, 2002
Mike Sciacca The Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division All-Star team begins its quest for the league's first-ever District 55 title when it takes on Viejo Saturday in the opening round of the Little League All-Star Tournament of Champions. Laguna Beach and Viejo will meet in game No. 4 of the double elimination tournament at 1 p.m. at Hicks Canyon Park in Irvine. Northwood Little League is this year's host for the Majors All-Star tournament.
NEWS
September 11, 2012
The 2012 Remember 9/11 Ride starts at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cook's Corner, 19152 Santiago Canyon Road, Trabuco Canyon, which is also hosting a pancake breakfast and concert. The ride will take participants through Laguna Beach on Coast Highway. Participants will ride from the 241 Toll Road to the 133 Toll Road to Pacific Coast Highway to the Gaslamp in Long Beach, where they will raise a glass and toast to those who died. Riders must stop and pay the toll or carry a transponder.
NEWS
July 18, 2003
The 2003 Laguna Beach Little League season has officially came to an end. Laguna's last postseason hopeful -- the Junior Division All-Star team, which made some waves in the District 55 All-Star Tournament -- was eliminated from the double-elimination event following a 22-1 setback to Viejo. Viejo went on to a runner-up finish behind division champion North Mission Viejo in a tournament played at Windrow Park in Irvine. Laguna began the tournament with a 13-1 rout of Tijeras Creek and followed with a 3-1 defeat of Trabuco Canyon.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
Mike Sciacca They might not have won the District 55 banner, but the 2002 Laguna Beach Little League 9/10 All-Star team has plenty reason to be proud. They won two games in the just completed All-Star Tournament of Champions, reached the quarterfinal round in winner's bracket play in a field that included 16 teams, and were one of the final six teams left in the running for the district crown. And now, after being eliminated last weekend from title contention, these 9/10 All-Stars can reflect on a successful post-season run. "We had a great time.
NEWS
July 16, 2004
Mike Sciacca The outcome of its games might not have swung in their favor, but that didn't prevent the Laguna Beach Little League 11-year-old All-Star team from enjoying its experience in the District 55 All-Star Tournament. Laguna lost its first two tournament outings at Wagon Wheel Sports Park in Trabuco Canyon, falling to San Clemente, 10-1, and Laguna Niguel, 14-1, in the double-elimination event. "I have to compliment the Laguna Niguel squad," Laguna Beach Manager Cary Hyden said.
NEWS
June 27, 2003
The 2003 District 55 Little League All-Star tournament begins this weekend with competition in three different divisions. The 9/10, Majors and Junior All-Star division double-elimination tournaments begin Saturday with play at four different sites in south county. The Senior All-Star tournament begins July 5 at Chaparrosa Park and is hosted by Rancho Niguel Little League. District 55, which covers the southern part of Orange County, is comprised of the following 19 little leagues: Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Newport Beach, Northwood, North Mission Viejo, Rancho Mission Viejo, Rancho Niguel, Rancho Santa Margarita, Saddleback, San Clemente, San Juan, South Irvine, South Mission Viejo, Tijeras Creek, Trabuco Canyon and Viejo.
NEWS
February 20, 2014
A Dana Point man was charged with assault and battery after he allegedly punched a teenage boy Friday, according to Laguna Beach police. Authorities charged Hal David Johnson, 56, after he and a 16-year-old Trabuco Canyon resident allegedly fought near the 31800 block of Coast Highway at 2:09 p.m., Sgt. Louise Callus wrote in an email. "It appears this altercation started due to [Johnson] being upset that the younger people were loading up their car and he felt they were blocking the roadway," Callus said.
NEWS
By Tanya Hauer | April 18, 2008
While all my friends were having babies at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and bragging of their new Women’s Pavilion, all I dreamed of was the comfortable, homey and safe environment of South Coast Medical Center. I had an amazing and beautiful birth there Aug. 29, 2006. I can honestly say my birth experience at SCMC was perfect. There is nothing I would have changed. I felt so privileged to have been privy to this small, intimate and somewhat undiscovered gem. For these reasons, it saddens my heart that SCMC is closing its maternity ward.
NEWS
June 25, 2004
Mike Sciacca Fielding what he calls a "baseball savvy" group, Manager Cary Hyden will lead the Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division All-Star team into the opening day of the District 55 All-Star Tournament Saturday. Laguna's first-round opponent will be San Clemente. The teams square off Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Wagon Wheel Sports Park. The double-elimination tournament is hosted by Trabuco Canyon Little League. Laguna's Majors Division All-Star team is composed of 15 players.
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NEWS
February 20, 2014
A Dana Point man was charged with assault and battery after he allegedly punched a teenage boy Friday, according to Laguna Beach police. Authorities charged Hal David Johnson, 56, after he and a 16-year-old Trabuco Canyon resident allegedly fought near the 31800 block of Coast Highway at 2:09 p.m., Sgt. Louise Callus wrote in an email. "It appears this altercation started due to [Johnson] being upset that the younger people were loading up their car and he felt they were blocking the roadway," Callus said.
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NEWS
September 11, 2012
The 2012 Remember 9/11 Ride starts at 3:15 p.m. Tuesday at Cook's Corner, 19152 Santiago Canyon Road, Trabuco Canyon, which is also hosting a pancake breakfast and concert. The ride will take participants through Laguna Beach on Coast Highway. Participants will ride from the 241 Toll Road to the 133 Toll Road to Pacific Coast Highway to the Gaslamp in Long Beach, where they will raise a glass and toast to those who died. Riders must stop and pay the toll or carry a transponder.
LOCAL
May 14, 2010
Area 1 Cliff Drive: A swimmer was rescued from high waves and then taken to Mission Hospital Laguna Beach for treatment after a resident reported swimmers screaming for help off Diver?s Cove in the 600 block at 5:04 p.m. May 6. Cliff Drive: Two divers were rescued from Fisherman?s Cove in the 600 block at 2:33 p.m. Sunday. Locust Street: A Newport Beach man was taken into custody after reportedly breaking furniture and yelling obscenities at a home in the 300 block at 11:25 a.m. Sunday.
NEWS
By Tanya Hauer | April 18, 2008
While all my friends were having babies at Hoag Memorial Hospital Presbyterian and bragging of their new Women’s Pavilion, all I dreamed of was the comfortable, homey and safe environment of South Coast Medical Center. I had an amazing and beautiful birth there Aug. 29, 2006. I can honestly say my birth experience at SCMC was perfect. There is nothing I would have changed. I felt so privileged to have been privy to this small, intimate and somewhat undiscovered gem. For these reasons, it saddens my heart that SCMC is closing its maternity ward.
NEWS
July 16, 2004
Mike Sciacca The outcome of its games might not have swung in their favor, but that didn't prevent the Laguna Beach Little League 11-year-old All-Star team from enjoying its experience in the District 55 All-Star Tournament. Laguna lost its first two tournament outings at Wagon Wheel Sports Park in Trabuco Canyon, falling to San Clemente, 10-1, and Laguna Niguel, 14-1, in the double-elimination event. "I have to compliment the Laguna Niguel squad," Laguna Beach Manager Cary Hyden said.
NEWS
July 9, 2004
The season came to an end for the Laguna Beach Little League 11-year-old All-Star team, which fell to Laguna Niguel, 14-1, in an elimination game in the District 55 All-Star tournament at Wagon Wheel Sports Park in Trabuco Canyon. Laguna began the tournament with a 10-0 loss to San Clemente. 11-year-old scoreboard Early-round results Viejo 12, Northwood 2 Rancho Santa Margarita 11, Newport Beach-National 2 Trabuco Canyon 7, Lake Forest-Gold 6 San Clemente 10, Laguna Beach 0 Newport Beach-American 13, Rancho Niguel 9 Laguna Hills 12, San Juan Capistrano 8 Aliso Niguel 12, Rancho Santa Margarita 0 Tijeras Creek 22, Ladera Ranch 0 San Clemente 11, South Irvine-National 0 North Mission Viejo 14, South Irvine-American 1 Rancho Mission Viejo 6, Newport Beach-American 5 Laguna Hills 14, Lake Forest-Blue 2 Saddleback 6, North Mission Viejo 5 Tijeras Creek 8, Laguna Niguel 1 Saturday's results Viejo 5, Aliso Viejo 4 Tijeras Creek 13, San Clemente 2 Rancho Mission Viejo 7, Laguna Hills 6 Saddleback 6, Trabuco Canyon 0 Rancho Santa Margarita 12, Rancho Niguel 8 South Mission Viejo 5, South Irvine-American 0 Lake Forest-Blue 12, Newport Beach-National 7 North Mission Viejo 10, Lake Forest-Gold 3 Laguna Niguel 14, Laguna Beach 1 Monday's results North Mission Viejo 4, Laguna Niguel 1 Newport...
NEWS
June 25, 2004
Mike Sciacca Fielding what he calls a "baseball savvy" group, Manager Cary Hyden will lead the Laguna Beach Little League Majors Division All-Star team into the opening day of the District 55 All-Star Tournament Saturday. Laguna's first-round opponent will be San Clemente. The teams square off Saturday at 10:30 a.m. at Wagon Wheel Sports Park. The double-elimination tournament is hosted by Trabuco Canyon Little League. Laguna's Majors Division All-Star team is composed of 15 players.
NEWS
July 18, 2003
The 2003 Laguna Beach Little League season has officially came to an end. Laguna's last postseason hopeful -- the Junior Division All-Star team, which made some waves in the District 55 All-Star Tournament -- was eliminated from the double-elimination event following a 22-1 setback to Viejo. Viejo went on to a runner-up finish behind division champion North Mission Viejo in a tournament played at Windrow Park in Irvine. Laguna began the tournament with a 13-1 rout of Tijeras Creek and followed with a 3-1 defeat of Trabuco Canyon.
NEWS
June 27, 2003
The 2003 District 55 Little League All-Star tournament begins this weekend with competition in three different divisions. The 9/10, Majors and Junior All-Star division double-elimination tournaments begin Saturday with play at four different sites in south county. The Senior All-Star tournament begins July 5 at Chaparrosa Park and is hosted by Rancho Niguel Little League. District 55, which covers the southern part of Orange County, is comprised of the following 19 little leagues: Laguna Beach, Aliso Viejo, Laguna Hills, Laguna Niguel, Lake Forest, Newport Beach, Northwood, North Mission Viejo, Rancho Mission Viejo, Rancho Niguel, Rancho Santa Margarita, Saddleback, San Clemente, San Juan, South Irvine, South Mission Viejo, Tijeras Creek, Trabuco Canyon and Viejo.
NEWS
July 19, 2002
Mike Sciacca They might not have won the District 55 banner, but the 2002 Laguna Beach Little League 9/10 All-Star team has plenty reason to be proud. They won two games in the just completed All-Star Tournament of Champions, reached the quarterfinal round in winner's bracket play in a field that included 16 teams, and were one of the final six teams left in the running for the district crown. And now, after being eliminated last weekend from title contention, these 9/10 All-Stars can reflect on a successful post-season run. "We had a great time.
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