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November 14, 1998
Bishop Amat 7, Loyola 7--Dennis Wyrick caught Chris Rix's 37-yard pass for a touchdown with 32 seconds to play at Pierce College, giving Bishop Amat (9-0-1, 2-0-1) the Del Rey title. An unsportsmanlike call against the Loyola bench on third down led to a fourth and 20 from the Loyola 20 with two minutes remaining. That set up good field position for Bishop Amat, which had to go only 53 yards for the tying score.
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February 27, 2014 | By Jessica Garrison
A 70-foot powerboat anchored just south of Marina del Rey ran aground early Thursday. Officials said the captain of the Angelique awoke about 4:30 a.m. to the sound of the boat dragging its anchor. Attempts to start the vessel's engines were unsuccessful, and before rescue boats could arrive, the boat ran aground in heavy seas. Los Angeles County lifeguards and sheriff's deputies took three people and three dogs from the Angelique onto the rescue boat. No one was injured.
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SPORTS
September 11, 1986
Teams appear in order of finish predicted by Times staff writers. Crespi COACH: Bill Redell, second year LAST SEASON: 6-4; fourth in league, 2-3 PLAYERS TO WATCH: Most teams would feel lucky to have two good running backs. The Celts have four. Jon Budge, a returning All-Del Rey League selection, and Jeff Kellogg return from last year's team. They will share time with sophomore Russell White, nephew of former Heisman Trophy winner Charles White, and junior J.J.
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February 25, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
On a recent weekday morning, a Starline tour bus swung open its doors at Fisherman's Village in Marina del Rey, and Australian tourists Laura Ross and Kate Lund surveyed the scene. The faux maritime shopping center - with eateries and gift shops built around a fake lighthouse - was mostly empty. Many of the trinket shops were barren, their windows dusty, the walls ripped out. The ocean air had long ago turned vibrant red, yellow and turquoise paint to pastels on the dilapidated wooden buildings.
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October 1, 2013 | By Ari Bloomekatz
A tense confrontation between one person with a knife and another with a gun resulted in a fatal shooting Monday night on the Westside.  Los Angeles Police Department Officer Drake Madison said there was some type of argument at the home in the 4700 block of La Villa Marina in Del Rey at about 7:30 p.m. A knife was pulled, and then a gun, and then one person was shot and killed, Madison said. He said it appeared that the two people may have known each other. A spokeswoman for the Los Angeles County coroner's office said the deceased person has not been publicly identified.
SPORTS
November 4, 1995 | TED KIAN
Alemany 6, St. Paul 3--Alemany (2-7, 1-3) ended four years of frustration with the upset at home. The Indians had not won a Del Rey game since 1992. Gary Nieto's 23-yard touchdown pass to Jose Gonzalez with 10:17 left in the first half capped a four-play, 73-yard drive for the Indians. St. Paul answered with a second-quarter field goal. After missing first two passes, Nieto completed his next seven and finished 10 of 17 for 97 yards. Gonzalez caught six for 76 yards. St.
SPORTS
September 11, 1985
Alemany COACH: Enrique Lopez, 2nd year LAST SEASON: 3-7 overall; fifth place in Del Rey League, 1-4 THE PLAYERS TO WATCH: The Indians could have one of the area's top quarterback/receiver combinations in Sean Casey and Travis Bargeman. Casey is potentially a top-level quarterback and Lopez has described Bargeman as "the best athlete in the entire school." Bargeman has also been tabbed by rival coaches as one of the most gifted athletes in the entire league.
NEWS
October 19, 1989 | ELLEN YAN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Del Rey resident Tom Meza on Saturday planted a 5-foot-wide sign in the front yard of an alleged drug dealer. Decorated with a fist and a pointing finger, the sign read: "We know who you are; you deal early in the morning and deal late at night. You're making big bucks, but it's a matter of time before you'll be making big time in jail."
SPORTS
May 13, 1988 | JOHN LYNCH, Times Staff Writer
Del Rey League athletic directors emerged from a meeting Thursday with a plan to unravel the league's tangle of playoff possibilities as the baseball regular season enters its final day of play today. Five teams are fighting for three playoff berths and only one game separates the teams in the standings. Possibilities include a four-way tie for first in which one of the league's co-champions would be excluded from the playoffs. There are no at-large berths in the Southern Section 5-A Division.
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April 2, 1992
Two men who built a secret underground marijuana farm at the Scattergood generating station in Playa del Rey were sentenced this week to a year in County Jail and ordered to repay the Department of Water and Power more than $31,000 for the supplies, equipment and work time they stole to build the farm. Boyd Duffin and Richard Viduka were ordered to return to court May 5 to begin serving their sentence, possibly under a work furlough program.
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February 21, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
A 22-year-old man was charged Thursday with four felony counts, including attempted arson and grand theft auto, related to a natural gas leak earlier this week at a storage facility in Playa del Rey. James Viramonte Cogley of the west Los Angeles area pleaded not guilty to one count each of attempted arson, grand theft auto, unlawful taking of a vehicle and vandalism in excess of $400, the Los Angeles County district attorney's office said....
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February 17, 2014 | From KTLA
A natural gas leak Monday at a storage facility in Playa del Rey may have been caused by vandals, authorities said. The leak was reported around 12:30 a.m. at a natural gas storage well at 8100 Falmouth Ave., Southern California Gas Co. spokeswoman Trisha Nuse told KTLA-TV . Hazmat crews with the Los Angeles Fire Department, along with gas company workers, responded to the scene. A Los Angeles Police Department bomb squad was also called in to assess the situation. The gas was turned off at 3:50 a.m. and no one was injured, Nuse said.
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February 17, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
A natural gas leak in Playa del Rey on Monday was caused by a contractor's truck that drove over a well's protective cover, damaging a small valve, a spokeswoman for Southern California Gas Co. said. The incident occurred around 1 a.m., with the release of pressure causing a “loud screeching noise,” said Angela Fentiman, a spokeswoman for the utility. The truck was discovered with its engine running on top of the valve, she added, but the driver was not located. It was not immediately clear if the truck had driven onto the gas storage facility in the 8100 block of Gulana Avenue, or if it had been inside the campus prior to striking the valve.
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February 6, 2014
Join Times staff writer Matt Stevens at 9 a.m. Thursday for a discussion about boat owners in Marina del Rey who are resisting plans for the first extensive pollution cleanup in the area's history. On Thursday, the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board is scheduled to consider changes that would force boaters to strip copper paint from the bottom of their vessels and replace it with a less toxic alternative. Almost all of the marina's more than 4,500 boats have bottoms covered in copper paint . Officials estimate that paint stripping will cost $6,000 for a 40-foot boat, and that isn't sitting well with the marina's boaters.
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February 6, 2014 | By Matt Stevens
The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Board unanimously approved a controversial set of regulations that will launch the first extensive pollution cleanup in Marina del Rey history , county officials said. At a meeting downtown Thursday night, the local board voted 6 to 0 to approve amendments to a pollution plan that that will force more than 4,000 boaters to strip copper paint off their boats at personal expense. Los Angeles County will also be given the task of cleaning or covering more than 200 acres of toxic sediment.
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February 5, 2014 | By Matt Stevens and Tony Barboza
Plans for the first extensive pollution cleanup in Marina del Rey history have sparked a revolt by boat owners at the tony harbor that could echo along the length of the California coast. The Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board on Thursday will consider rules that would force boaters to strip copper paint from the bottoms of their boats and replace it with a less toxic alternative. To clean copper already in the water, the plan also calls for the county to spend at least $147 million dredging the nearly 50-year-old marina, the nation's largest manmade recreational boating harbor.
SPORTS
December 4, 1986 | DAVE DESMOND
This may be the season that Del Rey League basketball teams have been waiting for, one they probably thought would never come. Crespi High, the bully of the league, is in a position to get slam 'n' jammed this season. Yes, the same Crespi that has won three straight league titles, four of the past five, and has been the league's dominant team since Coach Paul Muff took over 11 years ago.
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January 22, 1993 | STEVE ELLING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Principals and athletic directors from the Del Rey League have notified the Southern Section that their six member schools no longer will participate in the bowl game that pits the City and Southern Section major-division football champions. The Del Rey League includes Crespi and Alemany highs among its members.
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January 30, 2014 | By Ruben Vives
To the thieves, it was just a bicycle - an electric-powered, orange-colored bike  they took from a Marina del Rey condominium complex. But what the two men stole was the joy that 12-year-old Mia Timbrello felt when she rode the three-wheeled bicycle that was given to her last April by the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Mia is nonverbal and severely autistic and has had a double organ transplant, her mother, Yolanda Rangel, told KTLA-TV Channel 5 . “Whenever she was able to ride the bike, her face lit up and she was obviously enjoying herself,” L.A. County sheriff's Det.
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January 29, 2014 | By Ari Bloomekatz and Matt Stevens
A 47-year-old Inglewood man is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday in connection with the killing of a security guard in Marina del Rey just before the end of the year. Byron Keith Street is due to be arraigned on charges of murder, burglary, felony vandalism and being a felon in possession of a firearm, according to the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Street is accused of shooting and killing Patrick Odoikyene, a 47-year-old uniformed private security guard at an upscale apartment complex who was working in the 4200 block of Via Marina Drive on Dec. 30, the Sheriff's Department said.
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