COSTA MESA - After putting one some oversized gray CIF T-shirts and decorating their faces with streaks of red lipstick, six Beckman girls golfers headed to the first tee at Costa Mesa Country Club to begin a celebration that they never anticipated having.
While off to the side, no more than 30 feet away, M
Tesoro senior Gordon Neale, No. 11 in the AJGA Polo boys national rankings, is an AJGA All Amerian First Team selection, the sanctioning body announced on Thursday.
Neale, who recently represented the United States in the Junior Ryder Cup, has finished in the top 10 in four of his last six AJGA tournaments.
Foothill junior Madie Chou posted a 4-under-par 68 on Thursday at Soule Park Golf Course in Ojia to help the Knights post a 413, tying them for third in the CIF-SS Northern Team Regional with Marlborough.
Foothill got the third and final transfer spot into the Nov. 6 WSCGA So Cal Championship qualifier after Marlborough's sixth pla
Six OC players made the cut at Monday's CIF-SS Northern Indivudal Regional for the Individual Championship which will be held Nov. 6 at Western Hills Country Club in Chino Hills.
Brea Olinda senior Amy Lee won a cardoff and finished second, shooting a 1-under-par 71 at River Ridge Golf Course in Oxnard.
Reigning Crestview L
ANAHEIM - It was just one of those days for Ysabel Tran, the kind where even when she made a mistake the results were pretty much perfect.
Take the 15th hole at Dad Miller Golf Course. The Troy senior hit her approach a bit thin, yet the ball rolled up on the green, stopping 7 feet from the hole.
Then on the first tee, she
She won her second consecutive league championship after beating Yorba Linda’s Brooke Graebe in a playoff in the Crestview League Finals. She posted an 8-under 134 at Goose Creek Country Club in Mira Loma during the tournament. Earlier in the week, she led the Knights with a 1-under-par 35
League finals for girls tennis will be held throughout the county this week.
One league sure to produce some intriguing matchups will be the South Coast League.
San Clemente and Dana Hills, which are are tied at No. 5 in this week’s county top 10, finished the regular season tied atop the league standings. Both teams went 6
In case you missed them, here are some of the results from the league finals held this week:
Sunset League Finals
At Costa Mesa Country Club, Mesa Linda Course, Par 70
1. Vu (FV) 104; 2. Ferrell (NH) 107; 3. Hurtado (Edi) 111; 4. Poljak (HB) 113; 4. Do (Mar) 113; 6. Wu (Mar) 122; 6. Smith (LosAl) 122;
ANAHEIM - Jakeishya Le didn’t have a good answer for how she has been able to do it, other than saying she has found her rhythm. She seemed surprised when she was reminded of her scores the last couple of weeks.
That’s understandable, given that the Mater Dei senior is on the kind of roll rarely seen in girls golf.
COSTA MESA - Five holes changed everything for Lilia Vu during the final round of the Sunset League championship Tuesday at Costa Mesa Country Club.
On the 14th tee of the Mesa Linda course, the Fountain Valley senior trailed Newport Harbor’s Grace Ferrell, but Vu finished with two birdies and an eagle
Segerstrom’s boys water polo team picked up a key league victory last week, but the Jaguars aren’t interested in relaxing.
The reigning CIF Division 7 champion has entered this week’s Canyon/Valencia tournament, which runs Friday and Saturday. The tournament includes JSerra, Division Ayala and Empire League contender Va
Jakeishya Le was there at the beginning, so its only fitting that she has helped put the Monarchs verge of achieving an historic level of success.
On Thursday Le finished statistically the best week of her four-year varsity golf career with her lowest nine-hole score, helping the No. 1 Monarchs extend their record winning streak to 45 co
Freshman Ella Poljak finished with a 2-over-par 38 at Mile Square Golf Course to help Huntington Beach defeat Fountain Valley, 218-239, clinching its first Sunset League girls golf championship in school history.
"Really happy for the girls. They have been working so hard - in the classroom and on the golf course," Huntington Beach
CHINO HILLS - Jakeishya Le stood in the clubhouse at Los Serrano Country Club studying the first-place medal she had just won with Mater Dei on Monday when her attention turned to another tournament coming up in a couple of weeks. Success has a way of breeding confidence. "We are going for a three-peat (at CIF)," Le said.
Vu was 6 under par for the week, medaling twice for the Barons. She posted a 4-under-par 32 on the front nine of the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course in a victory against Sunset League rival Marina.
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The final numbers on the scoreboard Saturday night didn’t necessarily show it, but Corona del Mar’s boys water polo team left the S & R Sport tournament with some encouraging signs.
The second-ranked Sea Kings lost in the finals to reigning CIF Division 1 champion Harvard-Westlake of Studio City, 22-7, at the Woollett Aqu
Fountain Valley senior Lilia Vu, who entered Sunday's final round, sharing the lead the with Kaitlyn Papp fired a 3-over-par 75 ay Karsten Creek to tie for third in the PING Invitational in Stillwater, Okla.
Papp cared a 4-under 68 and finished and won her first invitational by six strokes.
In the boys division, Woodbridge junior
Corona del Mar sophomore Alyaa Abdulghany carded a 1-over-par 72 in Sunday at Pumpkin Ridge Golf Club to finish with a 1-over 143 and place fourth in the 36-hole AJGA tournament in North Plains, Ore.
Brittany Park, who has helped Valencia become the No. 5 girls golf team in the county, birdied her first two holes on the front nine and po