CIF SoCal boys volleyball regionals: Thursday’s scores, Saturday’s schedule

Ratings from Thursday’s video games in the CIF Southern The golden state Regional playoffs for kids volley ball, and also the upgraded routine.

CHILDREN VOLLEYBALL

DIVISION I

Semifinals, Thursday

Corona del Mar def. Palisades 25-10, 25-18, 25-20

Newport Harbor def. Loyola 25-16, 25-21, 25-16

Last, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Newport Harbor at Corona del Mar

DIVISION II

Semifinals, Thursday

Orange Lutheran def. Cathedral/San Diego 25-20, 25-14, 19-25, 25-16

Escondido Classical Academy def. Saddleback Valley Christian 17-25, 25-20, 25-23, 16-25, 17-15

Final, Saturday, time TBD

Escondido Classical Academy at Orange Lutheran

DIVISION III

Semifinals, Thursday

Murrieta Valley def. Garden Grove 25-13, 25-16, 25-20

Montgomery/San Diego def. Diamond Ranch 23-25, 25-19, 25-21, 25-21

Final, Saturday, 6 p.m.

Montgomery/San Diego at Murrieta Valley

Home sales off 13% in north Orange County, from Yorba Linda to La Habra: What 2 ZIPs bucked the trend?

Homebuying in Brea, Buena Park, Fullerton, La Habra, La Palma, Placentia as well as Yorba Linda dropped 13.4 percent in 2018’s first three months vs. 2017’s first quarter.

Property tracker CoreLogic discovered these 19 trends in 13 Orange County ZIP codes covered by the Orange Region Register’s North Region News weekly, …

… 1. Acquisitions: Home sales in this period amounted to 984 vs. 1,137 a year earlier, a decrease of 13.4 percent in a year.

2. That’s up: Costs raised in 11 of the 13 ZIPs as sales climbed in only 2 ZIPs.

3. Countywide: There was a $710,000 mean marketing price, up 6.4 percent in a year. Sales of 7,800 vs. 8,041 a year previously, a decrease of 3 percent in a year. Prices rose in 67 from 83 Orange Region ZIPs as well as sales were up in 33 from 83.

Below is exactly how rates and also sales moved at the neighborhood level …

… 4. Brea 92821:$694,250 typical, up 3.8 percent in a year. Rate ranking? 44th of 83 Orange Region ZIPs. Sales of 78 vs. 105 a year earlier, a decline of 25.7 percent in a year.

5. Brea 92823: $800,000 median, up 14.3 percent in a year. Rankings 26th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 23 vs. 42 a year previously, a decrease of 45.2 percent in a year.

6. Buena Park 90620: $570,000 median, up 5.0 percent in a year. Rankings 65th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 84 vs. 101 a year earlier, a decrease of 16.8 percent in a year.

7. Buena Park 90621: $537,000 average, up 0.8 percent in a year. Ranks 71st priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 57 vs. 61 a year earlier, a decrease of 6.6 percent in a year.

8. Fullerton 92831: $591,250 average, down 5.4 percent in a year. Rankings 61st most costly of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 66 vs. 49 a year earlier, up 34.7 percent in a year.

9. Fullerton 92832: $530,000 average, up 3.4 percent in a year. Rankings 76th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 23 vs. 41 a year previously, a decline of 43.9 percent in a year.

10. Fullerton 92833: $600,000 average, up 9.1 percent in a year. Rankings 60th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 109 vs. 111 a year earlier, a decline of 1.8 percent in a year.

11. Fullerton 92835: $730,000 median, up 2.4 percent in a year. Ranks 35th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 77, level vs. a year previously.

12. La Habra 90631: $546,000 median, up 12 percent in a year. Rankings 69th most costly of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 129 vs. 148 a year previously, a decrease of 12.8 percent in a year.

13. La Palma 90623: $708,750 median, up 13.6 percent in a year. Ranks 41st priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 27 vs. 25 a year earlier, up 8 percent in a year.

14. Placentia 92870: $645,750 mean, up 4.7 percent in a year. Rankings 56th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 104 vs. 124 a year earlier, a decrease of 16.1 percent in a year.

15. Yorba Linda 92886: $772,500 typical, down 1.7 percent in a year. Ranks 29th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 152 vs. 185 a year previously, a decrease of 17.8 percent in a year.

16. Yorba Linda 92887: $893,000 mean, up 5.4 percent in a year. Rankings 19th priciest of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 55 vs. 68 a year earlier, a decrease of 19.1 percent in a year.

Let’s toss in three even more countywide patterns …

… 17. Single-family homes resales: 4,614 Orange Region sales vs. 4,762 a year earlier, a decrease of 3.1 percent in a year. Median: $760,000 — — a rise of 5.6 percent in a year.

18. Apartment resales: 2,097 sales vs. 2,343 a year earlier, a decrease of 10.5 percent in a year. Median: $495,000 — — an increase of 4.2 percent in a year.

19. New homes: 1,089 sales vs. 934 a year previously, a gain of 16.6 vs. a year earlier. Median: $873,000 — — an increase of 0.6 percent in a year.

DID YOU SEE?

California placed as nation’s Fifth fastest-growing economic situation

Southern California pay strikes document highs as workers obtain more hours

The golden state’s document reduced unemployment is far from ideal

Southern The golden state homeownership increasing, however still delays nation

The golden state critic’s ultimate critique: He relocated to Pennsylvania!

Southern The golden state vehicle sales decrease! Dip from peak or caution signal?

Cal State Fullerton students: Ditch the ukulele, Pacific Islanders are more than just Hawaiians

  • Young women perform a traditional dance from the Marshall Islands during the sixth annual Pacific Islander Festival in Huntington Beach in 2013. (File photo by Eugene Garcia, Orange County Register)

    Young females do a typical dancing from the Marshall Islands throughout the 6th yearly Pacific Islander Event in Huntington Coastline in 2013. (File photo by Eugene Garcia, Orange Region Register).

  • Medardo Sandoval of Santa Ana paints on a piece of tapa at the 10th annual Pacific Islander Festival hosted by the Huntington Beach Central Library on Sept. 16. The tapa is designed to feature various pacific island cultures such as Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, the Mariana Islands and Marshall Islands. (Michael Ares, Contributing Photographer)

    Medardo Sandoval of Santa Ana paints on an item of tapa at the 10th yearly Pacific Islander Festival hosted by the Huntington Coastline Central Collection on Sept. 16. The tapa is made to include numerous pacific island societies such as Tonga, Fiji, Tahiti, the Mariana Islands as well as Marshall Islands. (Michael Ares, Contributing Professional Photographer).

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  • Young dancers from the Samoa Matalasi dance group in Garden Grove  perform a routine at the 10th annual Pacific Islander Festival hosted by the Huntington Beach Central Library on Sept. 16. (Michael Ares, Contributing Photographer)

    Young dancers from the Samoa Matalasi dance group in Yard Grove carry out a routine at the 10th yearly Pacific Islander Festival hosted by the Huntington Beach Central Collection on Sept. 16. (Michael Ares, Contributing Professional Photographer).

  • Male dancers from the United Methodist Church in Long Beach perform a dance representing the Tonga culture at the 10th annual Pacific Islander Festival hosted by the Huntington Beach Central Library on   Sept. 16. (Michael Ares, Contributing Photographer)

    Male professional dancers from the United Methodist Church in Long Beach perform a dancing representing the Tonga society at the 10th annual Pacific Islander Event hosted by the Huntington Coastline Central Collection on Sept. 16. (Michael Ares, Adding Photographer).

  • Cal State Fullerton student Sheremiah Alba welcomes visitors to the South Pacific Islander Cultural Association table at Discoverfest in February 2017. (Photo by Foster Snell, contributing photographer)

    Cal State Fullerton student Sheremiah Alba welcomes visitors to the South Pacific Islander Cultural Organization table at Discoverfest in February 2017. (Image by Foster Snell, contributing photographer).

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” Do you do the hula?”

What may appear like a harmless inquiry can grate at Pacific Islanders. Those from locations as diverse as Tonga, Fiji, Guam as well as the Northern Mariana Islands are frequently thought to be from Hawaii.

Commonly they just surrender on aiming to clarify that there are various other islands in the Pacific as well as claim, “Close sufficient.”

They misery that their unique societies get mashed together by individuals that don’t trouble to learn the distinctions or know that some of the islands are USA territories.

As component of Cal State Fullerton’s Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month, the Asian Pacific American Source Center as well as the South Pacific Islander Cultural Organization offered “What Pacific Islanders Want You to Know.”

Those at the small celebration, a lot of them Pacific Islanders, viewed a BuzzFeed video with that said title and after that talked about exactly how the views of the speakers in the video clip are mirrored in their own experiences.

The young speakers in the video mostly discussed just how they get lumped with each other right into a stereotype– usually bolstered by pop culture– that owes a great deal to just what one woman summarized as a “Lilo & & Stitch” globe, referring to the Disney movie embeded in a Hawaii of hula as well as searching.

” Take into consideration, we are genuine people, we are substantial,” claimed one boy in the video clip. “We typically aren’t your island location for an escape.”

Several in the video claimed they would certainly been told Pacific Islanders slouch. One young female informed of her stress taking an Asian American researches class that never stated Pacific Islanders. One boy from Samoa claimed he was pigeonholed by the assumption that he ought to play sports, despite the fact that he had never ever played sporting activities. And all were puzzled that couple of people recognized their island.

” I matured with that said: Everybody needs to be Hawaiian. It’s the only method to describe anything,” claimed Lili Tautolo, director of the Student Assistance Services Program, who regulated the occasion. “You have this 5,000-mile stretch of Polynesian culture, however you wish to recognize with this one society.”

Lili Tautolo, supervisor of Cal State Fullerton’s Student Assistance Solutions Program, moderated a conversation on” Just what Pacific Islanders Want You to Know. “( Picture thanks to Cal State Fullerton) Throughout the last Annual Modern Celebration, one participant stated, trainees

playing a test for prizes had a hard time to call a Pacific island besides Hawaii.” Individuals are tired of being lumped with each other, “stated one participant.” There are various histories

on each island, as well as to simply neglect those histories it to erase it. That’s not exactly what we wish to occur. “The majority of those in the area might connect an instance of social misunderstanding.” People used to call me Lilo,”

claimed one. One woman who’s component Guamanian gets asked if she’s Guatemalan.

” I went down Guamanian due to the fact that I was actually tired of having to explain it to individuals. When I obtained right into college, I determined to focus on all my heritage,” she explained. Tautolo relevant just how a colleague at a pizza location a couple of years ago asked, “Why are your people robbing boats?” It ended up the

coworker was referring to Somali pirates, not Samoans. One individual told regarding a seminar held in Hawaii that received a proposition based in” Moana, “a Disney

film set in fictitious Polynesian islands. Summed up one:” I really feel like Pacific Islanders certainly obtain forgotten, like we don’t exist. You feed on the island, back home with your family members. Then you get out in the real globe, as well as I have no representation.” The individuals duplicated concerns they’ve been asked:” Do you stay in huts?”” Exactly how did you obtain to school? Dolphins?”” Do you eat pineapple each day?

“” Do you dance topless?”” Can you teach me how you can surf?” Those obtained

them laughing:”

The looks of dissatisfaction when you do not dance

or don’t know exactly how to surf when you’re Pacific Islander,”

said one. Tautolo explained that if it

‘s tough to establish an identity as a Pacific Islander in Southern The golden state, imagine getting on the East Coast or in the Midwest. Just what the participants said they want people to understand: Generally, they have strong links to their ancestors. Stories are given from older loved ones and also create strength. Like many cultures, they bond with

gathering over food– making it and also eating it. Guests are welcomed into the home– as well as at the table. They may dance, but not always the hula. Some names may be long or tough to articulate. Attempt anyway. As well as, included Tautolo:” We’re enlightened.” And they desire to make clear a message to their fellow pupils as well as the larger neighborhood: If you don’t recognize, simply ask. Don’t presume. “Although we typically aren’t in the history books quite, we have a history,”

Tautolo stated.” As well as we ought to discover that more. It ought to be in college schools all over– in history books. We should take that on as our duty. “She recommended developing connections with professional and pupil associations to share much more.

Homebuying cools in Irvine, Tustin: 14 facts to know

Homebuying in Irvine and Tustin cooled 2 percent in 2018’s first three months vs. 2017’s first quarter.

Real estate tracker CoreLogic found these 14 trends in 11 ZIP codes covered by the Orange County Register’s Irvine World News weekly, …

1. Purchases: Home sales in this period totaled 1,254 vs. 1,280 a year earlier, a decline of 2 percent in a year.

2. Who’s up: Prices increased in 6 of the 11 ZIPs as sales rose in 5 ZIPs.

3. Countywide: $710,000 median selling price, up 6.4 percent in a year. Orange County sales totaled 7,800 residences, existing and new, vs. 8,041 a year earlier, a decline of 3.0 percent in a year. Prices rose in 67 out of 83 Orange County ZIPs and sales were up in 33 out of 83 ZIPs.

Here is how prices and sales moved at the community level …

4. Irvine 92602: $1,192,000 median, up 33.7 percent in a year. Price rank? 8th of 83 ZIPs. Sales of 66 vs. 125 a year earlier, a decline of 47.2 percent in a year.

5. Irvine 92603: $1,150,000 median, down 10.2 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 10 of 83. Sales of 54 vs. 72 a year earlier, a decline of 25.0 percent in a year.

6. Irvine 92604: $790,000 median, down 2.8 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 27 of 83. Sales of 58 vs. 61 a year earlier, a decline of 4.9 percent in a year.

7. Irvine 92606: $770,000 median, down 4.9 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 30 of 83. Sales of 25 vs. 33 a year earlier, a decline of 24.2 percent in a year.

8. Irvine 92612: $714,500 median, up 12.0 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 38 of 83. Sales of 96 vs. 92 a year earlier, a gain of 4.3 percent in a year.

9. Irvine 92614: $664,000 median, up 2.9 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 50 of 83. Sales of 48 vs. 40 a year earlier, a gain of 20.0 percent in a year.

10. Irvine 92618: $811,000 median, down 9.5 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 24 of 83. Sales of 362 vs. 238 a year earlier, a gain of 52.1 percent in a year.

11. Irvine 92620: $962,000 median, up 13.1 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 13 of 83. Sales of 301 vs. 299 a year earlier, a gain of 0.7 percent in a year.

12. Tustin 92780: $659,000 median, down 2.4 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 51 of 83. Sales of 86 vs. 112 a year earlier, a decline of 23.2 percent in a year.

13. Tustin 92782: $751,500 median, up 17.8 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 33 of 83. Sales of 71 vs. 125 a year earlier, a decline of 43.2 percent in a year.

14. Santa Ana/North Tustin 92705: $915,000 median, up 21.7 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 18 of 83. Sales of 87 vs. 83 a year earlier, a gain of 4.8 percent in a year.

DID YOU SEE?

California ranked as nation’s 5th fastest-growing economy

Southern California pay hits record highs as workers get more hours

California’s record low unemployment is far from perfect

Southern California homeownership on the rise, but still lags nation

California critic’s ultimate critique: He moved to Pennsylvania!

Southern California auto sales drop 9%: Dip from peak or warning signal?

Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita, San Juan Capo: Where’s housing hotter?

Homebuying in inland South County — — consisting of Lake Forest, Mission Viejo, Rancho Santa Margarita as well as San Juan Capistrano — — rose 7.46 percent in 2018’s initial three months vs. 2017’s very first quarter.

Property tracker CoreLogic discovered these 11 trends in 8 POSTAL CODE covered by the Orange Region Register’s Saddleback Information once a week …

… 1. Acquisitions: Home sales in this duration amounted to 1342 vs. 1,249 a year earlier, a gain of 7.5 percent in a year.

2. Who’s up: Rates raised in 7 of the 8 ZIPs as sales climbed in 4 ZIPs.

3. Countywide: $710,000 typical asking price, up 6.4 percent in a year. Orange County sales totaled 7,800 houses, existing as well as new, vs. 8,041 a year previously, a decrease of 3.0 percent in a year. Prices rose in 67 out of 83 Orange County ZIPs and also sales were up in 33 out of 83 ZIPs.

Here is how prices and also sales relocated at the community degree …

… 4. Objective Viejo 92691: $680,000 median, up 5.4 percent in a year. Rate rank? 47th of 83. Sales of 158 vs. 153 a year earlier, a gain of 3.3 percent in a year.

5. Goal Viejo 92692: $695,000 average, up 3.7 percent in a year. Rate rank? No. 43 of 83. Sales of 178 vs. 180 a year earlier, a decrease of 1.1 percent in a year.

6. Lake Woodland 92630: $739,500 median, up 5.6 percent in a year. Cost ranking? No. 34 of 83. Sales of 260 vs. 203 a year earlier, a gain of 28.1 percent in a year.

7. Foothill Ranch 92610: $570,000 typical, down 19.8 percent in a year. Cost ranking? No. 65 of 83. Sales of 38 vs. 44 a year previously, a decrease of 13.6 percent in a year.

8. Rancho Santa Margarita 92688: $575,000 median, up 8.5 percent in a year. Price ranking? No. 63 of 83. Sales of 157 vs. 197 a year earlier, a decline of 20.3 percent in a year.

9. Trabuco/Coto 92679: $982,500 typical, up 31.9 percent in a year. Price rank? No. 12 of 83. Sales of 131 vs. 152 a year previously, a decrease of 13.8 percent in a year.

10. Ladera Ranch/Rancho Objective Viejo 92694: $710,500 mean, up 0.4 percent in a year. Price ranking? No. 40 of 83. Sales of 280 vs. 198 a year earlier, a gain of 41.4 percent in a year.

11. San Juan Capistrano 92675: $892,500 mean, up 11.6 percent in a year. Cost ranking? No. 20 of 83. Sales of 140 vs. 122 a year previously, a gain of 14.8 percent in a year.

DID YOU SEE?

The golden state placed as country’s 5th fastest-growing economy

Southern California pay hits record highs as employees obtain even more hrs

California’s document reduced joblessness is far from best

Southern The golden state homeownership rising, however still delays nation

The golden state movie critic’s utmost critique: He transferred to Pennsylvania!

Southern California automobile sales decline 9%: Dip from peak or caution signal?