While stacked in a league against some of the toughest teams in San Diego, each player on the Coronado boys soccer team is adopting a new mentality for the 2023-24 season. “Our team motto is sacrifice the me for the we,” Head Coach Jeff Roe said. “We want to make sure that we sacrifice individual […]
The air is crisp, the sunsets early, and the Coronado girls soccer team is preparing for their 2023-24 season. Change is here. For the team, not only does this mean chilly nights of practicing, a staple characteristic of the winter sports season, but it also means new leadership from Miguel Gutierrez, the first-year varsity head coach. […]
Local author Nicole Paquin dedicates her upcoming novel, “The Islanders” to Coronado residents and shares her journey as a writer.
Fresh off of a win to claim the Division 1 CIF San Diego championship, Coronado advanced to the first round of the regional playoffs on Nov. 14. However, the next round of the playoffs was short lived as the Islanders lost to Santana, 14-8.
After taking down No. 1 seed Torrey Pines in the semifinals on Nov. 8, the underdog Islanders claimed a Division I CIF San Diego title over No. 2-seeded Carlsbad on Saturday. The 10-8 win, under new head coach and five-time Olympian Jesse Smith, was redemptive for Coronado. Last season, the team lost in the CIF […]
A statement staircase greets guests at the entrance. The click, clack of heels and dress shoes echo against the tiled walkway as individuals in elegant attire approach. Their shoes meet a red carpet, their wide smiles welcome camera flashes. Welcome to the 2023 Leonard Maltin Industry Tribute Gala at the Loews Coronado Bay Resort on […]
Michael Connelly delighted a crowd on Nov. 8, where he where he presented his newest release, “Resurrection Walk,” and talked about his iconic characters.
The Coronado News checked in with Zabala to hear about her move, the new job, wedding planning and an exciting project she is leading at DC News Now in honor of Veterans Day.
For one last time this season, the Coronado High School football team stepped onto a field drenched in the glow of giant floodlights. Those Friday Night Lights hit a little differently in the November air, a tell tale sign of an extended season. Coronado, seeded 11th in the CIF San Diego Division IV playoffs, took […]
Lori Turley, who currently lives in Pennsylvania but lived in Coronado for 24 years with her husband Craig and their children, presented her late sister’s book to a packed room at the Coronado Public Library on Nov. 2.
Esquevin is presenting his book at the John D. Spreckels Hospitality Center to help kick off the 2023 Coronado Island Film Festival at 10 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9, where his research will be highlighted.
Coronado’s girls tennis made it to the finals of the CIF San Diego section in late October — just the third time in the 40-plus year history of the program. Landing in the championship match against Mater Dei Catholic on Oct. 28 was a well-earned fight for the team, and no one person or doubles […]
Coronado author Phyllis T. Morgan considers herself one of the few lucky people who knew what she wanted to do with her life at a young age, and stuck with it. “I was a born teacher,” Morgan said. In the cellar of her house in New Jersey growing up, she remembers transforming the space into […]
Bob Rutherford, Coronado Rotary president, is a fourth generation career military officer and served 30 years as a Naval Aviator.
OCEANSIDE – Coronado started off hot here against Mission Vista in the Islanders CIF San Diego Section Division II volleyball playoff match on Oct. 24, winning the first set 25-21 before losing headway in the next three, 16-25, 21-25 and 20-25. The away match was a carbon copy of Coronado’s first round of playoffs last […]
Coronado students have some of the top academic test scores in English and math among their peers in San Diego County, and middle school students are focusing more in class thanks to a new policy to set aside their cell phones. Those were among the highlights at the Coronado Unified School Board meeting on Oct. […]