Once the school day ends at Beckman, the hard work begins for the Patriots girls golf team.
For the next four hours the players are on the driving range hitting bucket after bucket of balls. Coach Penn Bushong doesn’t make them do it. The Patriots are there because that’s where they want to be.
“We want t
ANAHEIM - Golf runs in the Chung family, and Fairmont Prep senior Kristin Chung feels the pressure.
Her father, Hwan, was South Korea’s No. 1-ranked amateur two years ago.
Her older brother, Jack, a Sunny Hills High graduate, is a former CIF state champion who played a year of golf at Long Beach State b
Playing for a championship that the Huntington Beach girls golf team never even dreamed about winning before has caused the Oilers to feel a bit different come tee time.
For once, they actually, a chance to finish first in the Sunset League, so now senior Maddie Anderson they actually get a bit nervous.
“It wasn’t lik
With most of Orange County experiencing severe heat conditions, some of the county's high school sports programs are responding by taking precautionary measures to beat the heat.
In Anaheim, where the temperature reached 101 on Monday, Esperanza High's football team pushed the start of practice back from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Catharine Roddy Santa Margarita Golf GPA: 4.86 Roddy is one of the top returning golfers in the county. She earned first-team All-County honors last season. She was one of eight county players to qualify for the SoCal Championships and she finished ninth in the WSCGA SoCal Championships las
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She fired a 4-under-par 32 on the front nine at Newport Beach Country Club to lead the Sea Kings to a 10-stroke victory against Aliso Niguel.
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It didn’t take long for Orange Lutheran’s second-year varsity boys polo program to get noticed.
The Lancers went 3-2 over the weekend to finish 11th at the difficult Santa Barbara Invitational. This week, they crack the Orange County rankings at No. 10.
Orange Lutheran’s highlights in Santa Barbara included upse
For the first time in her three-year varsity career, Kristy Harada owned the low score on the Mater Dei girls golf team.
By getting up-and-down out of a greenside bunker on to save par on the ninth hole, she finished at 3-over-par 36 to earn medalist honors in the No. 1 Monarchs’ 209-237 victory against Woodbridge at Rancho
Beth Lillie plays her best golf when she doesn’t know she is playing her best golf.
There once was a time she did know. A time she celebrated every birdie, lamented every bogey and rode the highs and lows of each stroke. That was years ago, though, and over time, Lillie has made it her priority to show no emotion – p
HUNTINGTON BEACH – She is an AJGA champion and one of the top-ranked junior girls golfers in the nation, so every time Beth Lillie tees off for Troy she expects to shoot no worse than par.
“That is kind of my new goal. Last year, a few over was OK and under (par) was like, 'Wow!' " Lillie said. “Now, I expect a l
Click through the slideshow to see photos from the Godinez vs. Santa Ana boys water polo match and the Savanna vs. Bellflower and the El Toro vs. Aliso Niguel golf matches played on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014.
Corona del Mar sophomore Alyaa Adulghany and Foothill junior Madie Chou have both been selected to the Gary Gilchrist Golf Academy Junior All-Star Team by the AJGA. which recognizes the top 12-15-year-old boys and girls in the world.
Selection was based on the AJGA Polo national rankings, and to be eligible players had to have participat
YORBA LIDNA – The Yorba Linda girls golf team might not be as deep as it was a year ago, and can’t match the scores that the Mustangs shot last season just yet.
But that doesn’t mean that Yorba Linda still doesn’t have plenty of potential. Wednesday’s Crestview League opener proved that as the No. 8 Mustangs
CHINO HILLS - On the first day of Yorba Linda's fourth varsity girls golf season, the waiting finally came to an end.
With three of the six players who teed off on Tuesday at Western Hills Country club finishing in the 30's, the Mustangs cruised to an eight stroke victory in the Rosary Royal Shotgun, shooting a 224
It is the firs
The numbers are impressive. A 34-match regular-season winning streak. Two CIF-SS regional tournament triumphs. Four consecutive Trinity League championships.
During the past few seasons the Mater Dei girls golf team has become one of the best in California. One thing, though, is preventing the Monarchs from joining the truly elite progra
O.C. TOP PLAYERS TO WATCH
Brooke Graebe, Yorba Linda Sr.: She qualified for the CIF State Championship the past two seasons, draining a 30-foot birdie putt in the WSCGA So Cal Championships in 2013 to help her clinch a spot in the tournament. She also fired a 6-under 30 and a 5-under 31
O.C. PRESEASON TOP 10
1. Mater Dei: The Monarchs return four players, including Jakeishya Le, an All-County first-team selection, from last year’s team that won the CIF-SS Southern Division team championship. The addition of freshman Macee Aguirre, Coach Derek Uye
OTHER O.C. PLAYERS TO WATCH
Maddie Anderson (Huntington Beach, Sr.); Claire Arakaki (Canyon, Sr.); Haley Bennett (Trabuco Hills, Sr.); Amanda Brown (Tesoro, Sr.); Sydni Brown (JSerra, Jr.); Abby Cahill (Huntington Beach, So.); Taylor Chang (Santa Margarita, Jr.); Caroline Cantlay
Oct. 27, CIF-SS Southern Team Regional, at Dad Miller Golf Course; Oct. 27, CIF-SS Northern Team Regional, at River Ridge Golf Club; Oct. 30, CIF-SS Southern Team Regional, at Costa Mesa Golf Course; Oct. 30, CIF-SS Northern Team Regional, at Soule Park Golf Club; Oct. 30, CIF-SS Eastern Team Regional, at Jurupa Hi
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