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  1. 1. February 3, 2012SUPER!No Other Word CanDescribe This Bowl GamePatriots Quarterback Tom Brady
  2. 2. February 3, 2012 The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area The Coto de Caza News FIVE MOST MEMORABLE PLAYS IN SUPER BOWL HISTORY By Aaron Smith There is no bigger stage in all of 4. Super Bowl XXIII- Montana tosports. Fans from all over the world Taylor: The Cincinnati Bengals weretune in to watch the Super Bowl. in control after taking the lead withThis is a game where great players just over three minutes left, but thebecome legends and good teams San Francisco 49ers had plentytake the next step and become cham- left in the tank. Joe Montana waspionship-level teams. As Super Bowl already nicknamed “Joe Cool”, andXLVI quickly approaches, I wanted to he showed exactly why as the 49erstake a look big at the biggest plays in went on a 92-yard scoring drive tothe history of the Super Bowl. There beat Cincinnati in the last minute. Itare so many great plays that it is hard was a ten-yard touchdown to Johnto pick just five, but I’ve put together Taylor in back of the end zone witha list of five plays that top the list of 39 seconds left that sealed the dealmost memorable plays in the history for San Francisco. #3 Harrison Rumbles for 100 Yardsof the Super Bowl. #5 Juggling Reception 3. Super Bowl XLIII- Harrison Rumbles for 100 Yards: The Arizona #1 Mike Jones Tackle Cardinals appeared ready to take 5. Super Bowl X- Lynn Swann’s a 14-10 lead into halftime over the in a game that was decided in the 1. Super Bowl XXIV- Mike JonesJuggling Catch: Lynn Swann put on Pittsburgh Steelers, but James Har- last minute. Tackle: The St. Louis Rams led 23-a show in Super Bowl X, and he was rison had other ideas. The clock ran 16 with ten seconds left when Stevenamed the Most Valuable Player of out while Harrison was running it 2. Super Bowl XLII- David Tyree’s McNair delivered a strike on a slantthe game. It was his juggling 53-yard back, which meant if he didn’t take it Helmet Catch: The Patriots looked as pattern to Kevin Dyson. Dyson dartedreception that will go down as one of all the way back the Steelers would if they were going to run the table, but toward the end zone only to be tack-the best plays in the history of this get no points out of this amazing play. David Tyree made an incredible play led by Mike Jones at the one yard line.huge game. Swann tipped the ball Some terrific blocking and amazing that changed the complexion of the This tackle has become known asto himself and was somehow able running by a big linebacker resulted game. The Giants had third and 20 simply “The Tackle.”The image staysto catch it while falling to the ground. in Harrison sliding into the end zone to go, and Eli Manning just chucked in my mind as clear as can be even toThis catch proved to be crucial as the just before Larry Fitzgerald tackled one up for grabs only to see it end this day. Dyson reaching out the ballSteelers edged the Cowboys 21-17. him. This play was a 14 point swing in Tyree’s hands that were pinned as Jones drags him down and denies against the top of his helmet. Instead the Titans a game tying touchdown. of fourth and 20 the Giants had a There are plenty of touchdown-saving huge first down that led to them beat- tackles in the NFL, but none has even ing the previously unbeaten Patriots. been bigger than this one! #4 ten-yard touchdown to John Taylor #2 David Tyree’s Helmet Catch Page 2 The Coto de Caza News
  3. 3. The Coto de Caza News The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area February 3, 2012 SUPER BOWL XLVI NEW ENGLAND VS NEW YORK IT’S ALL ABOUT THE CHOWDER New England and New York really last known town crier. He are very similar places, as are the was one of the first to teams that represent them. Let’s report on the Boston tea compare how these two cities stack party. Edge: New England up in six non-football areas. Call it For higher eduction the “Chowder Bowl”. We start with we have from New York, political history: Columbia University and New York has produced 6 presi- Princeton (actually in N.J. Manhattan dents so far: Van Buren (8), Fillmore but then again so are the Giants). (13), Arthur (21), Cleveland (22 & In New England you have Yale and So picking the winner of this game 24), T. Roosevelt (26), and F. Roos- Harvard. Edge: New England finally comes down to chowder. New New England evelt (32). On the other hand Boston For food you have Boston baked England or Manhattan. As the story has produced 4: John Adams (2) beans which are cooked with mo- goes it was when tomato chunks were By Gary Burkard J.Q. Adams (6), Coolidge (30), and lasses and salt pork. This hearty added to the New England chowder The rain has finally stopped in San Kennedy (35). Being that they are specialty was responsible for Boston there was such a local uproar that inFrancisco.We are down to the final actually the New England Patriots we getting the nickname “Bean Town”. 1939 a law passed in Boston banningtwo teams. On February 5th, 2012 will give them New Hampshire native For the epicurious in New York, travel the tomato from the New Englandthe New England Patriots will face son Pierce (14) for a total of 5. Edge: on down to 205 Houston Street , chowder recipe. Meanwhile backthe New York Giants in Indianapolis New York Katz’s deli.Order the pastrami on rye. at New York’s Fulton Fish marketfor Super Bowl XLVI. There is always In New York the oldest bar is sup- Say no more. Edge: New York tomato chunks had been used insomething special in the emotion of posedly McSorely’s Tavern at 15E For dessert in 1856 at the Parker Fulton Fish chowder since 1930. Thatthe day when these two cities meet 7th street. Opened in 1854. It’s a House in Boston hotel Chef Sanzain practice continued and the Fulton fishin a sports championship. There is national historical landmark. From came up with the “Boston cream pie”. chowder became known as it is calleda rivalry that is so strong it almost it’s floor covered in saw dust to it’s Ninety years later at Junior’s restau- today, Manhattan style.They bothseems irrational. It can be the Yan- ceiling, where you will find old poultry rant in downtown Brooklyn Chef Eigel are delicious. It is simply a matter ofkees playing the Red Sox. Years ago wishbones, said to have been hung Peterson perfected the delightful taste. As for the football game, basedit was the Knicks playing the Celtics. by soldiers leaving for the first World “Junior’s cheese cake.” On the des- on the above chowder facts we canIt even goes beyond the sports arena. War. In Boston at 45 Union Street you sert under card New England brings conclude that the winning team will beTheses two cities have contributed so will find the “Bell in Hand”. It is said us Ben and Jerry’s ice cream against in a red, white and blue uniforms. Themuch to American history. They have to have been in business since 1795. the timeless, soda shop classic “New blue came from whoever threw thegiven us the essence of Americana. Opened by Jimmy Wilson, Boston’s York Egg Cream.” Edge:even overalls in Mrs. Murphy’s chowder. The Coto de Caza News Page 3
  4. 4. February 3, 2012 The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area The Coto de Caza News CHART TOPPING TRUMPETER RICK BRAUN TO GUEST ON “BREAKFAST WITH GARY & KELLY Saddleback College radio station tinued to snowball with albums like Brown, Warren Hill, Bill Cantos andKSBR 88.5FM and the City of Mission 1994’s “Night Walk” and 1997’s “Body more. Gary and Kelly have con-Viejo are proud to announce that the and Soul”. In 2000 Braun and saxo- ducted numerous remote broadcasts“Breakfast with Gary and Kelly” radio phonist Boney James collaborat- from locations all over Southernfor TV broadcast continues its second ed on “Shake It Up”, and in 2001 California, including the Festival ofyear with guest Rick Braun on Sat- Braun made his Warner Bros. debut Arts in Laguna Beach and Catalinaurday, February 11th. The Saturday with “Kisses in the Rain”. The fol- Island and they have hosted manymorning radio show will broadcast lowing year saw the release of “Gro- celebrity guests.LIVE starting at 9:00am from the Nor- ovin’”, by the contemporary-jazz KSBR is a community service ofman P. Murray Community Center, supergroup BWB (Braun with guitarist Saddleback College. The program24932 Veterans Way in Mission Viejo. Norman Brown and saxophonist Kirk continues the partnership between A studio audience will be wel- Whalum). In 2005, Braun and saxo- Saddleback College and the City ofcomed in for the 10:00 am to 12 pm phonist Richard Elliot formed their Mission Viejo. For more informationshow; doors will open at 9:00 am with ARTizen Music Group and released on the Radio on TV monthly seriesthe final hour being videotaped for the joint project “RnR” in 2007. On and how to become part of the au-later broadcast. The program airs his latest, “Sings With Strings” (Art- dience for the January 21st show, their personal, career, and educa-on the City of Mission Viejo’s MVTV istry), Braun reveals an engaging please tune to 88.5 KSBR or visit their tional goals. For more information,Channel 30 every Tuesday through vocal style on a program of Great website at www.KSBR.org please visit www.saddleback.edu andSunday evenings at 8:30 and also American Songbook favorites. Pro- Located in Mission Viejo, Saddle- for Fine Arts information, pleaseairs on Saddleback College’s SCTV duced by Philippe Saisse, “Sings With back College provides quality higher visit www.saddleback.edu/artsChannel 39 each Friday and Sunday Strings” places Braun in the pantheon education and train-morning at 11:00 throughout the Cox of jazz trumpeters who exhibited ing to the greaterCommunication cable system in impressive pipes along with consid- south Orangesouth Orange County. The audience erable instrumental prowess—a club County community.will be admitted for free but seating is including the likes of Chet Baker, Jack Having served morelimited. Reservations can be made Sheldon, Clark Terry, Dizzy Gillespie, than 500,000 stu-online at www.ksbr.org Hot Lips Page, Kermit Ruffins and the dents since 1968, Rick Braun’s debut solo release, greatest of them all, Louis Armstrong. Saddleback Col-“Intimate Secrets”, immediately es- Past guests on “Breakfast with lege offers over 300tablished him as one of the leading Gary & Kelly” have included Debbie degree and certifi-voices of contemporary jazz. His Reynolds, Linda Evans, Peter White, cate programs topopularity in smooth-jazz circles con- Diane Schuur, Bobby Caldwell, Paul help students reach COSMETIC & FAMILY DENTISTRY DOVE CANYON DENTAL Providing Quality Dental Care with a Gentle Touch Dr. Bianchi was a contributing cosmetic dentist on ABC’s “Extreme Makeover” and was featured on NBC’s “Access Hollywood”. Scott Bianchi, D.D.S. Jerry Jouglard, D.D.S. Law & Accounting Offices Of ZAHER FALLAHI Teeth Whitening Clear Braces Available as seen on “Extreme Makeover” •DaVinci Veneers, Crowns & Bridges •Tooth-Colored Fillings •Latest Sterilization Methods Tax & Business Attorney BEEN AWHILE SINCE YOU’VE SEEN A DENTIST? IRS Representation & Tax Litigation CLEANING • X-RAYS • THOROUGH EXAM Foreign Bank Accounts Reporting $110.00 Wills & Living Trusts (NORMALLY $330) Individual, Business, Estate and Trust Tax Returns New patients only. Payroll Processing, Direct Deposit, Electronic Filing Most Insurance Plans Accepted • Affordable payments with CareCredit Financial Statements & Tax Planning 949.589.4100 Dove kw y Canyon Dental ZAHER FALLAHI, ATTORNEY AT LAW aP Trabuco Pkwy arg ari t MS, MBA, JD, CPA Dove Canyon Plaza San ta M io Dov eC on no Pla A yn 31991 Dove Canyon Drive, Suite A nt TEL.: 714-546-4272 Fax: (714)-546-5526 1503 South Coast Drive, Suite 207 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 ocestheticdentistry.com Website: zfcpa.com e-mail: taxattorneyone@gmail.com Page 4 The Coto de Caza News
  5. 5. The Coto de Caza News The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area February 3, 2012 REMARKABLE ROOKIE CLASS HIGHLIGHTS HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS’ ARRIVAL Class of Newcomers in- cludes TNT Maddox – the Team’s First Female in 19 Years On the heels of signing one of the most extraordinary rookie classes in team history, Subscription Rates $26.00/year the Harlem Globetrotters will bring their 2012 World Tour Editorial offices: to the Anaheim, Los Angeles, 23472 Vista Del Verde, Suite 6 and Ontario from February Coto de Caza, CA 92679-3930 18-20. Games will take place 949-589-9990 at Honda Center (Saturday, To send a press release: Feb. 18 at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m), newseditorials@yahoo.com STAPLES Center (Sunday, Feb. 19 at 12 p.m. and 5 p.m.), Ruth White and the Citizens Business Editor Bank Arena (Monday, Feb. 20 at 2 p.m.). Nancy Fitzgerald Sandra White Tickets to see the world’s Display Advertising most famous basketball team are available at www.harlem- Diana Calvaneso, Manager Valerie Mincheff globetrotters.com, www.tick- Legal Advertising etmaster.com, the respective area box offices, or by phone David Flood, Art Director Graphics Department at 800-745-3000. Information on group and scout tickets can also be found at www.harlem- globetrotters.com. The outstanding rookies include, Fatima “TNT” Mad- dox of Temple University, the team’s first female player since 1993 and ninth female in team history. Middleton, standing at 7-4 as the Current Globetrotters stars Big The new Globetrotters also feature third-tallest player in team history. Easy Lofton, Scooter Christensen, the top three finishers from the 2011 “The Globetrotters are excited to Bull Bullard, and many others will Jerry White College Slam Dunk Contest, includ- welcome a new generation of stars team up with the world class rookies Publisher ing the reigning champ Jacob “Hops” to carry on the storied tradition of the for nearly 270 games on the North Tucker. At 5-10, Tucker sports a 50- world’s most entertaining basketball American portion of the World Tour, The Coto de Caza News is an independent inch vertical leap, and his YouTube team,” said Globetrotters CEO Kurt bringing the Globetrotter magic to weekly newspaper. We are not owned or videos have garnered well over four operated by any of the big daily newspa- Schneider. “This year’s rookie class over 230 cities in 46 states, the Dis- million views. pers. No reproduction, in whole or part features some of the most talented trict of Columbia, and five Canadian The 2012 rookie class has a total is permitted without the express written and promising players from across provinces. of three seven-footers including Los permission of the Coto de Caza News. the world.” Display Advertising Rates: Available Angeles native Jermaine “Stretch” upon request. Legal Advertising: The Coto de Caza News was adjudicated by the Orange County Superior Court as a newspaper of “I had pro offers from the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers. general circulation pursuant to Govern- ment Code 6000 case #A17804 on August If I had gone into professional football, the name Jerry Ford might 29, 1995 and as such is the appropriate have been a household word today.” newspaper to place legal and public no- tices for the South Orange County Judicial -Gerald R. Ford, 38th President of the United States District. The Coto de Caza News Page 5
  6. 6. February 3, 2012 The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area The Coto de Caza News ‘THE BORROWERS:’ MAGICAL MIX OF PUPPETS AND ACTORS Mrs. Driver. Fenner, Mongiardo-Cooper and Parsons will play various smaller roles as well. British playwright Charles Way based this adaptation on the first two books in Mary Norton’s five-book series: The Borrowers and The Borrowers Afield. Way is a classically trained actor who has authored more than 50 musicals and plays, the majority of them for children. In addition to The Borrowers series, Norton wrote a pair of books that served as the basis for the Disney film Bedknobs and Broomsticks. She won the Carnegie Medal for The Borrowers, first published in 1952. SCR’s version of The Borrowers Audiences presents three professional will be directed by Shelley Butler, productions each season designed Some very little people go on a very her first sunrise, spends the night in a who helmed the TYA productions of A especially for children and their families.big adventure in the next installment of shoe and encounters all manner of new Wrinkle in Time, The Brand New Kid In addition to the public performances,South Coast Repertory’s Theatre for friends and foes. and James and the Giant Peach. She TYA hosts more than 10,000 studentsYoung Audiences series: an adapta- This enchanting production utilizes is a graduate of The University of North from elementary schools annually in antion of Mary Norton’s The Borrowers, a mix of puppets and live actors. Kalie Carolina at Chapel Hill. effort to introduce the next generationrunning Feb. 10-26. Quiñones, a graduate of SCR’s Profes- The production’s creative ensemble to the magic of live theater. At the center of this classic children’s sional Actor Training program, will make consists of Sibyl Wickersheimer (Set TICKETS to The Borrowers can betale is four-inch-tall Arrietty Clock, a her professional debut in a leading Design), Leah Piehl (Costume Design), purchased online at www.scr.org, bybrave 13-year-old who lives with her role as Arrietty. Cornerstone Theatre’s Tom Ruzika (Lighting Design), John phone at (714) 708-5555 or by visitingparents beneath the floorboards of Peter Howard will play her father, Pod; Ballinger (Sound Design), Lynn Jeffries the box office at 655 Town Center Drivean old house inhabited by “human and Amelia White (Silent Sky) will play (Puppet Designer) and Jennifer Ellen in Costa Mesa. Performances begin onbeans.” On a trip above the boards, her mother, Homily. Rounding out the Butler (Stage Manager). Feb. 10 and continue through Feb. 26.she befriends one of them, a young boy. cast are Wyatt Fenner (Misalliance) as Emulex and Nordstrom are the Cor- Ticket prices range from $20 to $32.When he accidentally gives away their The Boy, Nicholas Mongiardo-Cooper porate Honorary Producers. Coast Kids Low-priced previews run Feb. 10-17.hiding place, the Clock family flees to (Lucky Duck) as Crampfurl, and Jen- is the Media Partner.the great outdoors, where Arrietty sees nifer Parsons (A Christmas Carol) as About TYA: SCR’s Theatre for Young MICHELLE SMITH SAME DAY SERVICE Dry Cleaning/Shirt Laundry - In by 11am out by 5pm! STYLIST You’ve tried the rest...now experience the BEST! Call For Your Appointment: $ (949) 230-8392 5 OFF $10 OFF $20OFF 15 years experience specializing $ $ $ in color and color correction, precision cutting, dimensional 20 DRYCLEANING DRYCLEANING DRYCLEANING 30 50 Must present coupon with Must present coupon with Must present coupon with weaving, mens cuts, Brazilian and Keratin straightening treatments. incoming order. Not to be incoming order. Not to be incoming order. Not to be combined with any other combined with any other combined with any other offers. Excludes suede, offers. Excludes suede, offers. Excludes suede, Expires 2-15-12 Expires 2-15-12 Expires 2-15-12 leather & household items. leather & household items. leather & household items. Expires 10-30-11 Expires 10-30-11 Expires 10-30-11 Mai Place Salon 31441 Santa Margarita Parkway • RSM Rancho Santa Margarita OPEN 22307 El Paseo M-F 6-9 Down Stairs in Ralph’s Shopping Center (next to 24 Hr. Family Fitness) Sat. 6-8 Free Pick-up & Delivery! 949-888-5643 Sun. 10-4 Help Me Learn To Do It By Myself 589-6440 $200.00 OFF Tuition Savings AGES: your first Month’s Tuition 2 years - First Grade HOURS: Program Encompasses: 6:00am to 6:00pm  Physical Education: •Agility • Balance • Golf • All Ball Sports Large Fully Equipped  Sensorial Development Playground  Language & Math Development ANTONIO PARKWAY  Social Development SANT 24 1T A MA  Spanish Classes OL AVEN LR RGAR OA COMERCIO Extra Curricular Activities T D URA 30075 Comercio, ITA P EMPRESSA • Computers • Dance BANDERAS Rancho Santa Margarita AR KWA • Theater Arts • Piano www.rsmmontessori.com Y Page 6 The Coto de Caza News
  7. 7. The Coto de Caza News The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area February 3, 2012 TEN SUPER BOWL TRIVIA FUN FACTS A: Super Bowl I was held in and the Giants. Can you name the losing team? Memorial Coliseum in Los An- other Super Bowl rematches (hint: A: Linebacker Chuck Howley of the geles on Jan. 15, 1967. The there are four other sets of teams)? Cowboys won the MVP award after Green Bay Packers beat the A: The Cowboys and the Steelers his team lost to the Baltimore Colts in Kansas City Chiefs, 35-10. collided in Super Bowls X, XIII, and Super Bowl V, 16-13. XXX. The Steelers won the first two; Q: Which NFL team has Dallas won Super Bowl XXX. Q: What was the biggest blowout played in the most Super The Cowboys and the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl history? Bowls? played in consecutive years in Super A: The 49ers beat the Broncos in A: The Pittsburgh Steelers Bowls XXVII and XXVIII. Dallas won Super Bowl XXIV, 55-10. Ouch. and Dallas Cowboys have both games. each played in 8 of them. The San Francisco 49ers and the Q: What was the closest game in The Steelers have won six of Cincinnati Bengals met in Super Super Bowl history? those games (also a Super Bowls XVI and XXIII. The 49ers won A: The Giants beat the Bills, 20-19, Bowl record). The Cowboys both games. in Super Bowl XXV. Bills kicker Scott have a 5-3 record. The Miami Dolphins and the Wash- Norwood missed a field goal as time ington Redskins tangled in Super expired. Interestingly, the Giants’ Q: Which NFL teams have Bowls VII and XVII. They split the defensive coordinator that year was never played in the Super series. Bill Belichick while the team’s wide Bowl? receivers coach was Tom Coughlin. By Eric R. Ivie A: The Cleveland Browns, Detroit Q: Who holds the Super Bowl Plan on attending a Super Bowl Lions, Jacksonville Jaguars, and record for most rushing yards in a There has never been an overtimeparty on Feb. 5 when the New Eng- Houston Texans. game? game in Super Bowl history.land Patriots and the New York Giants A: Timmy Smith of the Redskinsget together for Super Bowl XLVI in Q: How many Super Bowls have ran for 204 yards and two touch- Q: Madonna will be performing theIndianapolis? Want to impress your the Patriots been in, including Super downs in Super Bowl XXII against halftime show at Super Bowl XLVI.friends with your vast knowledge of Bowl XLVI? How about the Giants? the Denver Broncos. Pretty amazing, Who performed the halftime show inSuper Bowl trivia? A: This is New England’s 7th trip considering that he only ran for 602 Super Bowl I? Try these questions on for size. to the Super Bowl. It’s New York’s yards and three touchdowns in his A. The Universities of Arizona andRemember the answers, and you’ll 5th trip. entire NFL career. Michigan bands. There were no re-be the hit of your Super Bowl party. ported wardrobe malfunctions. Q: Super Bowl XLVI is a rematch of Q: Who is the only player to earn Q: Where was the first Super Bowl Super Bowl XLII between the Patriots the Super Bowl MVP honor from theheld? Over 120 beers in stock at anytime! SUPER BEER for the SUPER BOWL at AMAZING GRAPES! When Supermaket Brews just will not do! Rancho’s Largest Selection of Domestic & Imported fine Craft Brews. • SUPER BEER • SUPER PRICES • SUPER BOWL WEEKEND! 10% OFF purchases of 6 or more bottles! 29911 Aventura, Suite E, Rancho Santa Margarita (949) 888-9463 MAXWELL STABLES IN COTO DE CAZA STALLS AVAILABLE Competitive Rates 12’ X 24’ Covered Stalls Feed & Clean Twice Daily , CONVENIENT PARKING , LIGHTED ARENA , 4 TURN-OUT AREAS , HORSES FOR SALE , OVER 40 MILES OF TRAILS Horses For Lease Located next to the Call John & Jill Coto de Caza Equestrian Center just behind the MAXWELL General Store 949-636-3458 The Coto de Caza News Page 7
  8. 8. February 3, 2012 The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area The Coto de Caza NewsSANTA MARGARITA POP WARNER YOUTH FOOTBALL SIGNUPS START SOON Photos and text Courtesy throughout Orange and South LosDonald Schneider Angeles Counties. Kids are placed With the end of the NFL season in like weight classes for safety andcoming down to the super bowl and the teams generally practice 3 daysthe conclusion of some of the most a week culminating in a Saturdayexciting college football bowl games game. The season starts August andin recent memory, we often forget runs until October. One of the greatwhere it starts: Pop Warner youth things about this league is the qualityfootball. In south Orange County we of coaching. All head coaches arehave a hotbed of talent and facilities screened carefully for qualificationsthat seem to feed the college and pro and take mandatory training classes.systems. Santa Margarita Pop War- Reasons Every Boy Should Playner football has been at the cutting Football!edge of this process for many yearshelping to develop and change lives * Teamwork-more gets doneof young men who participate. When with a successful team than alone. Youthe high school CIF playoffs came learn to be a part of a team as one ofdown to the final four teams this last 11 guys working together to executeseason, many former Santa Margarita plays or stop an offense. Life is thePop Warner stars were there battling same-you work as a team in school,for titles. With 27 teams last season, the job, the ministry or helping others.Santa Margarita Pop Warner is one * Communication- Footballof the largest leagues in the country. teaches youngsters to listen to theJust as important, some of the most snap count, the play and being on theimportant qualities taught and learned same page with your team throughon the football field can apply to life as communication. * Leadership– In summary, foot- brings joy and laughter. Even adultswell. This is an often forgotten benefit * Abilities-You play on the team ball is a guys sport because it involves like doing that! But life must haveof the sport and youth football. With so where your abilities are best suited. so many characteristics required to be- some fun mixed in with the serious-many challenges today for youth, there Back, line, QB etc. Coaches identify come a leader. Football builds young ness of it all. Run, jump, laugh, rollare few places like football where so and show how to improve abilities. men into strong adults ready to face on the ground and have a goodmuch can be taught in such an impact- * Determination- Young players the inevitable challenges. time! Football provides that as well.Ifful way. Below are 7 of those qualities learn to perform their best and not quit Fun –Why throwing, catching and there was ever a doubt about playingthat can help any young man prepare or give up. The goal is to get better running after a strange shaped ball Santa Margarita Pop Warner football,for life by playing football. Kids ages on each playand be determined to never grows old with boys and young Don’t think twice. Register now at:6-13 compete against other leagues improve whatever you are doing! men is anyone’s guess but it’s true. It www.smpopwarner.com Page 8 The Coto de Caza News
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  10. 10. February 3, 2012 The Only Weekly Newspaper Exclusively for the Coto de Caza Area The Coto de Caza NewsSANTA MARGARITA CATHOLIC HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT ATHLETES MAKEIT OFFICIAL AS THEY SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT ON NCAA SIGNING DAY Max Tuerk , Alaina Arthur, Katy Crouse, Rachel Steiker and Mitchell Vallis with their coaches volleyball career at SMCHS, receiving Five athletes from Santa Margar- to poverty stricken communities. Football all-league honors her junior and seniorita Catholic High School made their Arthur will attend Johns Hopkins years as well as being named ESPNfutures evident on Wednesday, Feb. University which is NCAA Division athlete of the week in 2010. Crouse also1 as they officially signed or verbally III and in the Centennial Athletic received tournament MVP honors in thecommitted with colleges across the Conference. They have won the Aloha Cougar Classic tournament. Shecountry for their respective sports. conference title for the last seven competed in Junior Olympics the lastThe following student-athletes years. four years, capturing gold in the nationalsigned and or have committed on division in 2009. An accomplished cellist,Feb. 1 as part of the NCAA National Crouse also has a varsity letter for trackLetter of Intent Signing Day: and field and garnered all-league honors in shot put and discus. Soccer · Max Tuerk signed with the Uni- versity of Southern California. The 6’6 Boys Volleyball 298 pound offensive lineman is touted as one of the nation’s top recruits receiv- ing scholarship offers from across the · Rachel Steiker signed with country before signing with USC. Tuerk the University of Hawai’i Manoa for is a 2011 US Army All-American, the soccer. Steiker has played varsity first in the school’s history, 2011 ESPN soccer at SMCHS since her sopho- High School All-American, 2011 All-CIF more year. She is now the var- PAC-5 Division 1 selection and 2011 sity co-captain and maintains a 3.5 Trinity League Lineman of the Year. He GPA. Along with her accomplish- maintains a 3.0 GPA. · Mitchell Vallis committed to The · Alaina Arthur committed to ments at SMCHS, such as being on Ohio State University for volleyball. VallisJohns Hopkins University for soc- honor roll and being a member of Girls Volleyball is a four-year starter for the boys’ varsitycer. Arthur is an International Bac- the California Scholarship Federa- volleyball team. He has been a part ofcalaureate Full Diploma Student, tion, she also plays competitive club three league championship teams in hisa lifetime member of California soccer. Steiker has played club soc- time at SMCHS. As a sophomore, VallisScholarship Federation, and 2-year cer for 9 years, most of them with was named to the second team All-Trinitymember of National Honor Society. the SC Blues, and she is currently league. His junior year, Vallis was namedShe has been on First Honor Roll all playing for West Coast Futbol Club. to the Trinity League first team, Orangefour years and is a Captain on the She volunteers regularly at the Los County Championship All-TournamentVarsity Soccer Team. Arthur volun- Angeles Mission where she helps team, and was Third Team all-CIF. Inteers at Special Camp for Special feed the homeless. Next year she addition to his accomplishments atKids and Orangewood Children’s will be studying at the University of · Katy Crouse signed with Iona SMCHS, Vallis earned a gold medal athome for abused and neglected Hawai’i Manoa where she will play College for volleyball. Iona College is the Junior Olympics his freshman year,children. She is also co-founder of Division 1 soccer. a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference, and finished fifth his sophomore andCousins For a Cause, an organiza- NCAA Division 1 school in New Rochelle, junior years. Vallis has committed to lasttion that provides sports equipment NY. Crouse has had a very successful year’s NCAA Championship team The Ohio State University. Page 10 The Coto de Caza News
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