This list contains the names of athletes who signed their letters of intent Wednesday. (Athletes who will be attending Ivy League schools or the service academies sign letters of commitment, and they are included on this list.)
ALL CIF SOUTHERN SECTION SELECTIONS(Selections made by the Southern Section Coaches’ Association)
MVP: Gage Zerboni, Sr. San Clemente
Coach of the Year: Mike Pronier, San Clemente
First Team: Ivan Hernandez, Sr., Arlington;
MVP – Luis Ceballos, Jr., St. Margaret’s
Coach of the Year – Andrew May, St. Margaret’s
First Team: Angel Ceballos, Jr., St. Margaret’s; Liam Lasting, Jr., St. Margaret’s; Javier Ortiz, Jr.; St. Margaret’s; Owen Smith, Fr., St. Margaret&r
The Register has made is selections for the 2013 All-County wrestling teams, player of the year and coach of the year.
The Register's All-County teams were selected using a combination of coaches' input and reporter observations.
San Clemente had quite possibly the most talented boys soccer team in the CIF-Southern Section, one that included two Division 1 scholarship players.
It was arguably the best group of Tritons to ever walk on the field, setting school records for goals (100), victories (32), shutouts (21) and goals against average (0.54)
Sometimes history can happen fast, especially when you aren't paying attention to it.
The only thing Gage Zerboni wanted to do this season was help San Clemente's boys soccer team sweep the Division 1 championship matches — the CIF Southern Section and Southern California Regionals — for the second time in three season
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SANTA ANA - Not many can claim they anticipated it, but the Saddleback boys
DOWNEY – San Clemente's boys soccer team was dominating the opening minutes of Saturday night's CIF Regional Division 1 final against El Rancho of Pico Rivera at Warren High of Downey. And then, just like that – bang, bang – they were trailing by two goals.
After the Tritons failed to capitalize on their early chances,
Some of the numbers are so staggering that they are beyond what San Clemente boys soccer coach Mike Pronier thought the Tritons would ever be able to achieve in a season.
One hundred goals scored, 31 victories, 21 shutouts and a 0.54 goals against average. All of them are school records.
And that's where the Tritons stand
SAN CLEMENTE – For 22 years, San Clemente boys soccer coach Mike Pronier didn't seem to have the best of luck in the postseason and he longed for the day when he would be able to play for a CIF championship.
His fortunes have definitely changed. Pronier is in position to pull off a Division 1 sweep for the second time in three seas
COSTA MESA - For Servite’s boys soccer team, Wednesday’s game at Orange Coast College was a “mental battle,” according to Friars coach Jon Spencer, because physically, his players “were done.”
Servite played in the CIF-SS Division 1 championship game Saturday night, were on the road in San Diego to ope
SANTA ANA – The ball was bouncing near Saddleback’s goal, but the crowd of players made it tough to discern what was happening. Amid the raucous, midfielder Garry Carbajal saw a hand go in the air. It was followed shortly by a whistle.
“I was hoping it was the goalie,” Carbajal said.
SAN CLEMENTE - When his team held a two-goal advantage over Bell of Los Angeles heading into halftime of Tuesday's game, San Clemente boys soccer coach Mike Pronier couldn't relax.
Those have been dangerous leads for the Tritons this year. Instead of keeping the pressure up to put a game away, the Tritons seem to ease up, allowing the fi
The ball curled slowly toward the goal line Monday at Santa Ana Stadium as Saddleback's Ivan Zamora laid on the field after making a one-handed diving save to stop a South Torrance penalty kick.
For the next few seconds, the ball weaved in front of the goal. Just as it seemed ready to roll in, Zamora crawled to his feet and pounce
Laguna Hills High School
A senior midfielder for the Hawks, Eriksen’s is one of Laguna Hills’ most accomplished scholastic achievers. His current classes are: AP Biology, AP Calculus BC, AP Psychology, AP Spanish Literature 5, IB English HL 2
Saddleback High School
He scored his team-leading 23rd goal of the season on Saturday at Corona High to help the Roadrunners win the CIF-SS Division 5 championships, the program’s first soccer title since 2005.
San Clemente, Saddleback and Servite all earned a berth in the CIF So Cal Regional boys soccer championships when the pairings for the weeklong tournament were announced on Sunday.
San Clemente and Servite, who faced each other in the CIF-SS Division 1 championship match on Saturday, both earned the top seeds in Division 1 and Division 2
DOWNEY – Entering the CIF-SS Division 2 title game, the Loara boys soccer team was on a Cinderella run similar to the ones you only see in films.
Somebody forgot to tell Warren the script was supposed to have a fairy-tale ending.
The Bears scored timely goals and came up with big stops in the first half to defeat the Saxons
CORONA – San Clemente coach Mike Pronier could see the desire from the start of the season. The Tritons wanted to be a CIF champion once again.
But not even Pronier could see this coming. Here lately, each game they play seems to make history.
"This is such an exciting moment for the boys," Pronier said. "They have s
CORONA – Most of San Jacinto's success during the CIF-SS Division 5 boys soccer playoffs came when the Tigers used their speed on the counter attack.
So for Saturday's championship match at Corona High, Saddleback coach Mel Silva wanted to the Roadrunners to play the ball out wide, maintain possession and avoid turnovers in the mid
CORONA – Most of San Jacinto’s success during the CIF-SS Division 5 boys soccer playoffs has come when the Tigers used their speed on the counter attack.
So for Saturday’s championship match at Corona High, Saddleback coach Mel Silva wanted to the Roadrunners to play the ball out wide, maintain possession and avoid turn
ANAHEIM – Last month, rap superstar Drake released a song titled "Started From the Bottom," in which he details how he rose from the bottom and ascended to the top of his genre.
Throughout the song, Drake states, "We started from the bottom, now we here."
While the rapper might be singing the lines, the Loara boys so
SATURDAY’S CIF-SS BOYS SOCCER CHAMPIONSHIPS
SERVITE (15-4-5) vs. SAN CLEMENTE (29-2-1)
Site, time: Corona High, 7:30 p.m.
Road to the finals: San Clemente: first round, def. Leuzinger of Lawndale, 4-0; second round, def. Harvard-Westlake of North Hollywood, 2-1;
Welcome to Hot Shots Overtime - a daily slideshow of photos from games played all over the county. This slideshow features photos from CIF-SS playoff games in boys and girls basketball, and boys and girls soccer on Tuesday (Feb. 26, 2013).