Brittany Farrell, who became the first Mission Viejo girls golfer to advance to the CIF State championship tournament has signed a letter of intent with Cal State Fullerton, her father David Farrell said.
Brittany Farrell finished in the top 10 in her first three postseason tournaments, placing second in the CIF-SS Southern Individ
SANTA MARGARITA HIGH
In addition to serving as team captain for the Eagles’ golf team this fall, Castner has been leader in high academic performance and is heavily involved in her community. Her current classes
Putting is not something Brooke Graebe enjoys practicing. It's kind of boring standing there, staring at a little white ball as it slowly rolls into the cup.
The Yorba Linda junior would rather be on the driving range, watching a 250-yard drive fly off into the distance.
But her dad doesn't dig the long ball. So Graebe putts and
Here’s are OCVarsity's and the Register's selections for the 2013 All-County girls golf teams, includingO.C. Player of the Year, O.C. Coach of the Year and second and third teams.
GOLFER OF THE YEAR
Yorba Linda, Jr.
Troy girls golf coach Jerry Cowgill lost three seniors to graduation last spring, including Alison Lillie, whom he described as the best player to ever tee it up for the Warriors.
Cowgill was ready “to take a step back” this season. How could Troy be competitive with half of its starting lineup in college?
ALISO NIGUEL HIGH
Lee, who helped the Wolverine to the co-Sea View League title this season, has been a leader by example in the classroom and around her community. Her current classes include: AP Government, AP English Literature, AP Environmental Science,
She became the first Mission Viejo girls golfer to advance to the state championship on Wednesday. She was one of only two girls from Orange County to make it the prestigious tournament in Carmel.
Inside the Register each Monday is a six-page section dedicated to high school sports: OC Varsity Playbook.
Inside the section is OCVarsity's Team of the Week, dozens of photos from recent games and OCVarsity's Picks -- lists of the the athletes in the county. Each week the lists cover a different topic.
Brooke Graebe and Brittany Farrell both posted rounds in the 70s on Wednesday at the CIF State Girls Golf Championship, but neither could keep up with Andrea Lee of Mira Costa of Manhattan Beach, who won the individual title with a 4-under-par 67 at Quail Lodge Golf Course in Carmel.
Graebe, a junior at Yorba Linda,
The William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center in Irvine again will be a desired location for boys water polo enthusiasts Wednesday.The twin 50-meter pool complex will play host to the division 1, 2 and 3 semifinals.With games being played in side-by-side pools, the action will be almost nonstop. Spectators can watch all the matches by p
Yorba Linda High School
She posted a 2-under-par 70 at the Golf Club at Rancho California in Murrieta to tie for third in the WSCGA So Cal Championships and qualify of the CIF State Championship tournament for the second year in a row.
MURRIETA – Brittany Farrell stood in front of the leaderboard at the Golf Club at Rancho California, pointed at all of the 68s, 70s and 71s that she saw and then put a hand to her face and said, “I can’t believe it. I think I am going to cry.”
While she had doubts for a while, her even-par 72 during Thursda
In the world of high school golf in Orange County, not very many people ever heard of Brittany Farrell.
That is until last week. Now everybody has heard of her.
That’s because Farrell, a senior at Mission Viejo High, has done what no other girls golfer at the school has ever done – win a CIF-Southern Section Individua
Expectations were high for Aliso Niguel girls golf this season, with five seniors out of seven varsity players.
Not only did the team perform as it hoped, but it did so while drawing compliments from opponents for its demeanor, Aliso Niguel coach Wayne Westling said.
Westling has received praise from opposing coaches and p
SAN CLEMENTE – The plaque that she was hugging tightly in the clubhouse was proof that what just happened Thursday at Talega Golf Club wasn’t part of some dream. But Brittany Farrell still felt really weird.
“It just doesn’t seem real right now,” the Mission Viejo senior said. “I have never had
She shot a 3-over-par 75 during the CIF-SS Southern Individual Regional on the Classic Course at Mile Square Golf Course to place 23rd and become the first player in school history – including the boys team – to make the cut to the CIF-SS Individual Championship
Each week OCVarsity asks its reporters to select lists of the top county athletes for the fall sports.
Here are this week's lists:
Topic: Who are the top small schools players?
DAMIAN CALHOUN'S LIST
Riley Babick, Capo Valley Christian
COSTA MESA – A little more than half of the scores were on the leaderboard outside the clubhouse at Costa Mesa Country Club on Thursday, but even at that early stage of the CIF-SS Southern Regional, it was clear that first place was going to the Mater Dei girls golf team.
The Monarchs’ scores were that low.
Five of th
CORONA DEL MAR
She posted a 5-under-par 67 during the final round of the Pacific Coast League finals at Dos Lagos Golf Course to turn a one-shot deficit at the start of the day into a one-shot victory.