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  • Pirates clinch non-losing record for first time since '92

    MILWAUKEE — Pinch-hitter Travis Snider homered in the ninth inning to lift Pittsburgh to a 4-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night that clinched the Pirates' first non-losing record in 21 seasons. Snider drove a 2-2 pitch from Jim...
  • College Roundup: UCI men's soccer ties with Iona

    MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 2, Iona 2 (2 OT) IRVINE — Trey Hayes and Enrique Cardenas scored for the host Anteaters in the nonconference clash on Sunday. Thomas Janjigian had the assist on Hayes' goal in the 25th minute that tied the score, 1-1....
  • Carnett: Coach Dick Tucker an OCC legend

    Orange Coast College's football team captured the National Junior College Championship 50 years ago this season. The Pirates beat Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, 21-0, at the 1963 Junior Rose Bowl Game in Pasadena. I was an 18-year-old OCC student at the...
  • Chisholm re-emerges for Hampton University's offense

    Chisholm re-emerges for Hampton University's offense
    HAMPTON — It's tempting to say "Welcome Back" to Antwon Chisholm, though Hampton University's upbeat senior happily corrects people that he was more patient than absent during a frustrating junior year. The former Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference...
  • Orange Coast Football Position-by-Position: OCC aims to improve

    Orange Coast Football Position-by-Position: OCC aims to improve
    While most coaches are drawing up plays and arranging depth charts, Orange Coast College football coach Mike Taylor spent much of his preseason writing letters to professors on campus, urging them to admit his players into congested classes. Taylor, who...
  • Strong reviews for Tom Hanks' hijacking thriller 'Captain Phillips'

    Strong reviews for Tom Hanks' hijacking thriller 'Captain Phillips'
    With most eyes looking for reviews of films premiering out of the Toronto International Film Festival over the next week, it was a surprise to some when reviews hit the Web on Friday morning of the upcoming action-drama "Captain Phillips," starring Tom...
  • JC Football: Pirates can't get toe hold

    MOORPARK — Moving the ball down the field did not prove difficult for the Orange Coast College football team during Saturday night's season opener at Moorpark. Getting the ball through the uprights at the end? That was another matter entirely....
  • Ballet Theatre of Maryland on its toes to bring patrons to their feet

    Ballet Theatre of Maryland on its toes to bring patrons to their feet
    Dianna Cuatto, artistic director of the Ballet Theatre of Maryland, describes the troupe's forthcoming season as one she hopes will bring "the versatility, depth, energy and passion of over 30 professional dancers alive on stage." Under Cuatto, the...
  • Coach's Texas ties land ECU ideal quarterback in Carden

    Coach's Texas ties land ECU ideal quarterback in Carden
    Ruffin McNeill trusted B.J. Symons, and with good reason. Symons knew what McNeill needed in a quarterback at East Carolina. He needed a skilled, cerebral athlete whose lack of central-casting size and speed gave many marquee programs pause. McNeill...
  • 'Pirates of the Caribbean 5' loses release date

    Those waiting for the further adventures of Captain Jack Sparrow will have to wait a little longer. In what will probably be seen as another blow to the once seemingly invincible producer Jerry Bruckheimer, the release date of the fifth installment of...
  • Men's Soccer: Pirates, Vikings all tied

    COSTA MESA — Unlike what happened five days hence, Orange Coast College men's soccer coach Kevin Smith said he believed, on the field at least Tuesday night, his team got what it deserved. Days after a blanket probation was announced for violating...