Week 15 - Triton Football
Paul Littlepage, with his many years of horticulture and landscape experience, also provides a landscape-horticultural consultation service. By the job or just for a few hours, Paul can identify and recommend solutions to your landscape problems.
Call his office at (949) 492-7953 to schedule an appointment for a quote or consultation. His office and yard is located at 1437 N. El Camino Real in San Clemente.
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Yours In Triton Victory, Rich, Frank and Terry
Rich Corder is a retired Sergeant with the Orange County Sheriff's Department and a 34 year resident of San Clemente. Began working in San Clemente in 1979. Started coaching Freshman football at San Clemente High School in 1989. He has coached Triton Football at San Clemente for 22 years with 10 years calling the play by play on Friday Night Live. Rich has three Children that graduated from San Clemente High School. All three played sports there. Mike Baseball, Tiffany Soccer and Softball, and Dillon Football.
Frank Kling currently works as the Director of Business Developmet for an Electrical Engineering Software Company. Frank is a 6 year resident of San Clemente and has been coaching youth football for more than 15 years. He has a son Kevin # 24 who is a Junior Defensive Back on the Tritions football team. Frank also supports the Trition football program as he smokes up over 50 lbs of Tri-Tip each home game for the Trition Snack-bar and fans.
Terry Kling is a Frank's wife, Kevin's mom and a native of Michign. The Kling's relocated to Southern California in 2008 from Kansas City. She is a librarian at Tinwinkle Mid-school in the Newport-Mesa school district and is excited to meet new friends and be a part of the Friday Night Live Team. Stop by the booth and say hello.
We would like to extend special thanks to the San Clemente High School Technology department for hooking us up into the private WiFi network so we can provide the broadcast in HD.