November 8, 1988
Alexis Rousseau and Scott Leonard scored 2 goals each Monday to lead host UCLA to a 15-9 victory over UC Irvine in a nonconference water polo match. Tom Warde, Tony Bell and Skylar Putman each scored 3 goals for Irvine (14-12), the sixth-ranked team in the country. UCLA (26-3) is ranked second.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 22, 2004 |
County Supervisor Mike Antonovich has proposed that the board hold one meeting each month outside of downtown to better acquaint supervisors with regional concerns. Antonovich's motion, which will be considered Tuesday, would take the board members to the five supervisorial districts in the 4,081-square-mile county, which is larger than Delaware and Rhode Island combined.
November 18, 1985
UC Irvine clinched the Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. water polo championship with a 10-6 win over Fresno State Sunday at Irvine. The Anteaters got two goals each from Tony Bell, Brett Del Valle and J.R. Salvatore. Goalie Mark Maizel made 13 saves. Fresno (6-5, 12-15) handed UCI (10-1, 21-6) its only conference defeat when it beat the Anteaters, 9-6, earlier this month in Fresno. No. 3 Irvine finishes its conference schedule with a match at UC Santa Barbara.
November 16, 1987
Four players from UC Irvine scored two goals each as the Anteaters defeated the University of the Pacific, 11-5, in a Pacific Coast Athletic Assn. water polo match at Heritage Park Sunday. Mike Doting, Mike Halphide, Tony Bell and Julian Harvey scored two each for first-place Irvine (17-7 overall and 8-1 in the PCAA), which has won five straight. Pacifica is 10-17, 0-9. Irvine, the third-ranked team in the country, plays No. 2 UCLA tonight at 7 at Heritage Park.
October 13, 1985
Mike Biondi scored with 21 seconds remaining in the first overtime period Saturday to lead the UC Berkeley water polo team to an 8-7 victory over UC Irvine in a nonconference match played in the Bears' pool at Berkeley. The second five-minute overtime period was scoreless. Brett Del Valle, J.R. Salvatore and Tony Bell each scored two goals for the Anteaters, who dropped to 9-5. Biondi scored twice for Cal, which improved to 7-3.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 6, 2002 |
People who watch illegal street races could be slapped with a $500 fine under a motion approved Tuesday by the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors. "Illegal street racing is a dangerous, reckless activity that threatens the lives of our young people. This ordinance will decrease the number of spectators at these events and help reduce street racing overall," said county Supervisor Mike Antonovich. Violation of the ordinance will constitute a misdemeanor.