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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 4, 1998 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
A Corona del Mar High School senior will be allowed to return to school today after an Orange County Superior Court judge on Tuesday halted a district's order barring him for allegedly violating a "zero tolerance" drug policy.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1998 | GREG HERNANDEZ, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In what an attorney described as a case of "zero tolerance" run amok, a Corona del Mar High School student claims he was suspended and transferred to another school after a police officer suspected--but found no evidence--that he may have used marijuana. Ryan Huntsman, a college-bound high school senior, was stopped by a Newport Beach police officer Feb. 19 for playing his car's radio too loud.
NEWS
January 13, 1998 | MARTIN HENDERSON
Another fall sports season has concluded, which means the points have been added for the fifth annual Times Orange County All-Sports Award, given to the large- and small-school winners of a competition rewarding across-the-board excellence. Newport Harbor leads the large schools and Corona del Mar the small schools under a revised scoring format that awards points only for a team's playoff participation and finish.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 12, 1997 | LISA ADDISON
While some 17-year-olds spent last summer lounging at the beach or flipping burgers, James Mandel studied killer whales in an Earthwatch Expedition program off San Juan Island in Washington. Then, he went to Costa Rica to take part in a study of rain forests. After he got home, he jumped right into his senior year at Corona del Mar High School, just in time to take the SAT--which he aced with a perfect score. "Actually, school has never been hard for me," James said.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 7, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE
The owners of six luxury homes will open their doors for tours Oct. 21 to raise money for the Corona del Mar PTA. Last year, the PTA's annual event raised $60,000, which helped buy instructional materials, including computers and software, books and equipment, for Corona del Mar High School. Tickets, $40, are available at Corona del Mar High School, Newport Hills Drugs, Sherman Library and Gardens, Balboa Porch and Butera Collection. Information: (714) 862-0614.
SPORTS
October 3, 1997
Corona del Mar's Nina Vaughan, a three-time Times all-county selection in girls' tennis, has orally committed to Notre Dame, according to her mother, Debra Russell. Vaughan took a recruiting visit to Notre Dame two weeks ago. When she was offered a full scholarship this week by the Notre Dame women's tennis coach, she canceled trips to Vanderbilt, Kansas and William & Mary. "She flew in there not expecting to fall in love the way she did," Russell said. "She loved the team and the coach.
NEWS
September 16, 1997 | DAVE McKIBBEN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
You don't have to watch Corona del Mar sophomore Caylan Leslie play to realize she's become a more confident player. You can hear it when she speaks in her Newport Beach drawl. The girls' high school tennis season has not yet begun and Leslie is already talking big. "I want to play Nina [Vaughan, also of Corona del Mar] in the CIF [Southern Section individual] finals and win CIF as a team," Leslie says in a dialect that sounds more Southern than Southern California. "Those are my two goals."
SPORTS
July 10, 1997
Corona del Mar High has named John Emme its baseball coach, athletic director Jerry Jelnick said Wednesday. Emme, 33, who lives in Newport Beach, had recently been an assistant at Redondo Beach Redondo Union High for four years. Emme played high school baseball at La Canada St. Francis, then pitched at UC Davis for three years. He also coached high school in Underwood, Iowa, for three years. He replaces Joe Koh, who coached at Corona del Mar for three years before leaving.
SPORTS
May 26, 1997 | MICHAEL ITAGAKI, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Laguna Beach can boast of one of the most successful boys' volleyball programs in Southern Section history, but this season, come playoff time, the Artists competed in the section's lowest level, Division III. And thanks to the section's regionalized playoff format, Laguna Beach, the division's top-seeded team, met another traditional power, Corona del Mar, in Friday's quarterfinals and was eliminated in five games. The two schools have combined to win seven top-division section titles.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
May 7, 1997 | HOPE HAMASHIGE and LESLEY WRIGHT
Four students from high schools in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District have been named winners of Spectrum Leadership Awards, which provides scholarships to high school students who show outstanding leadership qualities. Laurel Hafer was one of two seniors from Corona del Mar High School who earned the award. Hafer was editor of the school yearbook, a board member of Youth and Government and a member of the cross-country and track teams.
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