The Calvary Chapel wrestling team has put together a couple of good weekends of work recently.
A couple of weeks after a third-place finish at the Black Watch Invitational, Calvary Chapel made a strong push for the team title Saturday at the Asics SoCal Challenge, but the Warriors had to settle for second place.
“Our goal w
It is not running unless you are running for something. Throughout her cross country career at Laguna Hills, Brianna Bartello held those words close to her heart as she competed to the best of her ability. The senior had many reasons to be inspired to do well this season. She was running alongside her identical twin s
He had put in his time in service. He had retired from the classroom.
But at the end of the day, Ken Sayles could not walk away from the race course.
After 25 years as the girls cross country coach at Capistrano Valley High, Sayles’ passion for the sport burns as bright as ever.
Whether it has been as a teach
Kelsey Carroll, San Clemente, Senior
Rebecca Deitch, Capistrano Valley, Senior
Haley Herberg, Capistrano Valley, Freshman
Emily Park, Kennedy, Junior
Kathryn Kaloroumakis, Dana Hills, Sophomore
Brea Olinda's Austin Tamagno finished sixth Saturday in the Foot Locker West Regionals, earning a spot in next weekend's Foot Locker National Championships in San Diego.
The junior, following up his victory at the CIF State Championships a week earlier, finished the Mt. San Antonio College 5k course in a time of 15:44.
Amanda Gehrich Tesoro Gehrich impressed with a second place finish in the girls Division 2 race in the CIF State meet. The junior’s time of 17:31 was the fourth fastest time recorded at Fresno’s Woodward Park on Saturday. O.C. G
Chang, a senior setter and opposite, had five kills, 25 assists and 13 digs in a sweep over Point Loma in the frst round of the Division I CIF SoCal Regional playoffs. She followed that with seven kills, 17 assists and 10 digs
FRESNO It was not his best hour, best day or even his best week.
It was, however, his best year. And the same went for Austin Tamagno’s Brea Olinda teammates.
Having impressed with low times and big victories all season, Tamagno gutted through a week-long illness and his Brea teammates offered great support. T
When the sun rises this morning over Fresno, the Brea Olinda boys cross country team hopes it will mark the dawn of a new age for its program.
The Wildcats are seeking their first CIF State title, which could happen at Wooodward Park this morning.
Just as they were when the season began, the Wildcats go into the meet as the state
Results from Saturday's CIF State Championships:
CIF State Cross Country Championships
At Woodward Park, Fresno
1. Rocha (Arcadia) 14:58, 2. Brandt (Loyola) 15:07, 3. Ogden (Dana Hills) 15:11, 4. H
Seven boys and seven girls cross country teams from Orange County have advanced to the CIF State Championships on Saturday at Woodward Park in Fresno.
The teams earned the spots with their performances this past Saturday in the CIF-SS Finals at Mt. SAC in Walnut.
Top-ranked Brea Olinda boys delivered a team title in Division 3.
Brumley ran a 17:50 to grab the final at-large berth for the Division 2 state meet in Clovis. The Titans senior tied for the fourth-best county time of the day, improving her season-best time on the course by 11 secon
SAMANTHA SERNA YORBA LINDA CROSS COUNTRY GPA: 4.45 Serna is the captain for this year’s Yorba Linda cross country team. She’s a CIF qualifier in both cross country and track and field. Serna has received the PTSA Academic Mustang Achievement Award, Scholar Athlete Award and earn
WALNUT - It’s the challenges in life that bring people together.
The cross country season was nothing short of a family affair for the Laguna Hills girls team, and the CIF-SS Finals carried that same tune.
Twin sisters Brianna and Marissa Bartello advanced to the CIF State championship meet in Clovis with top-
Saturday was is the biggest day of Fall for Orange County's high school athletes.
CIF-SS championships were decided in boys and girls cross country, boys water polo and girls volleyball in a series of events that ran throughout the day.
OCVarsity had all of it covered -- with a reporter and photographer at every event.
Countless miles have been run leading up to this moment.
At today’s CIF Finals at Mt. San Antonio College, the county’s top cross country runners and teams will try to complete their quests for Southern Section supremacy.
There are also coveted spots on the line for the CIF State Finals later this month in Clovis.
CIF-SS PRELIMSAt Mt. San Antonio College2.94-mile courseTop 8 individuals advance to CIF FinalsTop 5 teams and best 6th place from 3 heats advance to CIF Finals
1. Cortes (Great Oak) 15:16, 2. Pederson
Bartello ran a 17:57 in the CIF-SS Prelims at Mt. SAC to lift Laguna Hills to its fourth straight appearance in the sectional finals. The senior finished 18 seconds faster than the second-place runner.
Spectators will be able to attend the CIF-SS boys water polo semifinals in Divisions 1, 2 and 3 at the two-pool Woollett Aquatics Center in Irvine on Wednesday for a single admission price. Adult tickets will be $10 while students with ID will be $5.
Also, a live stream of the Division 1 games will be shown by GoLivePolo.com. The stream,
WALNUT – The fall has offered relief from the blazing sun. Cloud cover yielded perfect conditions for the CIF-Southern Section’s distance runners as action got underway on the hallowed hills of the Mt. San Antonio College cross country course.
Still, it was without much hesitation that the top-ranked Brea Olinda boys and Capi