March 29, 1997
FINAL SOUTHERN SECTION COACHES' POLL 1. Los Alamitos (24-0); 2. Long Beach Wilson (22-2); 3. Irvine (22-3); 4. Santa Barbara (24-3); 5. Villa Park (21-4); 6. Marina (15-5); 7. Redlands (22-2); 8. Goleta Dos Pueblos (19-3); 9. Whittier La Serna (23-2); 10. Rosary (21-5); 11. Santa Monica (22-4); 12. Crescenta Valley (17-2); 13. Lompoc Cabrillo (19-3); 14. Santa Margarita (20-6); 15. Victor Valley (20-5). ALL-SOUTHERN SECTION First team--Dani Bell (Long Beach Wilson), Sr.
January 29, 1998 |
Marina waited one year for a rematch, and its patience and hard work paid off with a 4-2 victory over Los Alamitos in a Sunset League girls' water polo game Wednesday at Golden West College. The Vikings (15-4, 3-0 in league), the top-ranked team in the county, used a stingy defense and goals from three freshmen--Cara Chlebicki, Erin Wilson and Kendra Shanley--to help topple the fourth-ranked Griffins (12-5, 2-1).
November 28, 2002 |
"Dress to Kill" Eddie Izzard Anti, $20 for DVD The British comedian, who refers to himself as an executive transvestite, a male tomboy and a male lesbian, shines in his Emmy Award-winning one-man show, which was shot in 1998 in San Francisco and debuted on HBO in 1999. Decked out in frosted blond hair, tons of makeup, a colorful tunic shirt, leather pants and heels, Izzard waxes comedic about Hitler, England's colonial years, JFK, Easter, Italians and their motorcycles, and the Anglican Church.
February 25, 1998 |
Two Newport Harbor sophomores scored three goals, three Los Alamitos shots hit the crossbar or goal posts in the fourth quarter, and the result was a 4-3 Newport Harbor victory Tuesday in a Southern Section Division I girls' water polo quarterfinal. Sophomore Kyndra Cox had two goals and sophomore Jocelyn Manderino gave host Newport Harbor its first lead, 1-0, by scoring a little more than a minute into the game.
February 6, 1998
No. 1 Marina 8, University 1--Rebecca Miller had four goals and two assists for Marina (18-4). No. 2 Irvine 9, No. 10 Foothill 1--Irvine (15-4) scored three goals in the each of the first three quarters. Nicole Huszcz and Erin Lezak scored four goals each for the Vaqueros. Daylene Coberly scored Foothill's (13-8) only goal in the fourth quarter. In first-round games: No. 7 El Toro 7, Costa Mesa 5--Brooke Taylor scored three goals for El Toro (14-6).
February 1, 1997
Jake Vansloten scored with two minutes to play in overtime, lifting the Royal High boys' soccer team to a 1-0 victory over Newbury Park in a Marmonte League match Friday at Royal. After beginning league play 1-2, the Highlanders (16-5-1, 7-2) have now won six consecutive league matches and are in sole possession of first place. Vansloten's goal, his third, came when he redirected a crossing pass by Kendall Simmonds. Newbury Park is 11-4-2, 4-3.
March 3, 1998 |
Marina needed to play its best to have a chance to upset top-seeded Long Beach Wilson in the Southern Section Division I girls' water polo championship game Monday at Belmont Plaza. Not only was Marina sharp, Wilson wasn't. So the result was an unexpected and lopsided 7-3 victory for the second-seeded Vikings.
December 22, 1996 |
Moments after the Chatsworth High girls' soccer team clinched its second consecutive Simi Valley tournament title, Beezy Preis wrinkled her nose and shook her head. "I don't think we shot enough," the Chancellors' senior midfielder said. This after Chatsworth launched a combined 40 shots Saturday in victories against St. Bonaventure and La Reina. Had the Chancellors pulled the trigger more often, they would have been cited for lacking permits.
January 10, 1997
Newport Harbor handed Irvine its first Sea View League wrestling loss ever, 38-29, Thursday at Irvine High. The Vaqueros hadn't lost a league meet since joining the league in 1992. Freshman Michael Snyder pinned Irvine's Dominic Ricco in 52 seconds at 189 pounds for visiting Newport Harbor (2-0, 1-0 in league). C.H. Rush pinned Newport Harbor's Tom Cook in 1 minute 11 seconds at 145 pounds for Irvine (0-2, 0-1).
March 20, 2003 |
8 Mile Eminem, Brittany Murphy Universal, $27 The Grammy Award-winning rap star from Detroit makes an impressive debut in Curtis Hanson's predictable but electrifying film about an angry young man named B Rabbit working in a factory while trying to vent his rage at weekly rap-offs in local clubs. Brittany Murphy and Kim Basinger (the only sour note as B Rabbit's alcoholic, tramp-like mother) also star.