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  • Peninsula rower helps Virginia club qualify for prestigious Henley

    Peninsula rower helps Virginia club qualify for prestigious Henley
    Scott Stuard was first exposed to rowing during the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Looks pretty cool, he thought of the televised images. He had no idea. No idea that a year later he would become a rower. No idea that his muscles and mind could endure such...
  • The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed

    The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed
    There is a lot going on around the harbor this week, so let's jump aboard the "Showboat" and take a harbor cruise. Everyone, please remember to stay seated and keep your hands in the boat, and if you remember the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, the...
  • College coaches hard at work this summer

    College coaches hard at work this summer
    The summer is a time when many college recruiters do their work. For Sharon Brummell, that's no different But while football and basketball are the most talked-about sports when it comes to recruiting, the University of Maryland Eastern Shore's...
  • Bauer finds niche on water

    Alex Bauer looked to be going full-speed ahead into college softball. She was a second-team All-Sunset League selection as a junior, one of Coach Tony Qualin's best hitters and best pitchers. She was set up this spring to be the Sailors' only senior....
  • Mesa Musings: Sail away with his lectures

    Is there a more knowledgeable sailor in our community than Dave Grant? Because this is my column, I can ask and answer my own questions. My response is, "I think not!" Now, you could hide my knowledge of sailing on the business end of a cotton swab. But...
  • OCC crew claims three rowing titles

    OCC crew claims three rowing titles
    GOLD RIVER — The Orange Coast College men's crew team won three titles at the Western Intercollegiate Rowing Assn. Championships on Lake Natoma last weekend. The Pirates claimed the varsity eight, novice eight and novice four categories. They...
  • Newport Aquatic Center men's lightweight four qualifies for nationals

    The Newport Aquatic Center men's lightweight four-plus coxswain crew advanced to the USRowing National Youth Championship with a second-place finish over the weekend at the Southwest District Junior Championship Regatta. Rowers Chase Roosin, Colin...
  • H.B.'s Brunner helps Long Beach Junior Crew take silver medal

    Kelly Brunner, a senior at Huntington Beach High, helped guide the for the Long Beach Junior Crew rowing program to a silver medal Sunday at the USRowing Southwest Junior District Championships on Lake Natoma at Gold River, Calif. Brunner, a varsity...
  • OCC rowing wins two national titles

    OCC rowing wins two national titles
    GAINESVILLE, Ga. — Orange Coast College's rowing team added to its storied tradition Sunday, as the Pirates won two national titles at the American Collegiate Rowing Assn. championships on Lake Lanier. OCC captured the novice four and novice...
  • Lofgren earns spot on U.S. Olympic women's eight

    Lofgren earns spot on U.S. Olympic women's eight
    Before the 2008 Olympics, Esther Lofgren prepared as best she could, trying to fulfill a dream she's had since she was 7. The announcement came and she soon learned that she missed the U.S. women's eight by one spot. The American rowers went on to win...
  • Simsbury's Sara Hendershot Rows Way To Olympics

     Simsbury's Sara Hendershot Rows Way To Olympics
    They were down a boat length quickly, right after the start of the race to determine who would go to the Olympics. At the halfway point, it didn't look good. Rowers Sara Hendershot and Sarah Zelenka trailed the five-time national team of Amanda Polk...