Ysabel Tran was struggling in the first few weeks of the season, posting numbers that were so high she thought about telling Coach Jerry Cowgill that she didn’t want to be considered for Troy’s lineup for the CIF-SS tournament season.
It was time, she thought, to give her spot to someone who could help bring a S
The Register and OCVarsity will be publishing their All-County fall sports in the coming weeks. This week, we release the All-County girls golf team, and we'll release the teams for boys water polo, boys and girls cross country and girls volleyball on Saturday, Dec. 20. The All-County f
When Beckman coach Penn Bushong got the news that he had been selected the Register’s girls golf coach of the year, he quickly deflected the praise, saying “I guess someone has got to get it, right?”
Then he suggested the award should be renamed “The Coach Who Had The Team of the Year.”
Evelyn Nguyen, Villa Park, Junior
Hannah Ko, Sunny Hills, Freshman
Cameron Lee, Beckman, Sophomore
Kristy Harada, Mater Dei, Junior
Marisa Bhanubandh, Beckman, Senior
Grace Ferrell, Newport Harbor, Jun
Corona del Mar sophomore Alyaa Abdulghany lost in 19 holes to Lauren Stephenson, Lexington, S.C. in the semifinals of the AJGA Polo Golf Junior Classic at PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.
Stephenson, who recently signed with Clemson, trailed for the majority of the match,
She tied for eighth in the CIF State Championship, shooting a 1-over-par 75 at Red Hill Country Club in Rancho Cucamonga. She was one of just two Orange County girls golfers to qualify for the tournament.
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.
RANCHO CUCAMONGA - Ysabel Tran sat patiently at a table way in the back of the Red Hill Country Club banquet room, studying the leader board, to see if he her 1-over-par 75 would be good enough to finish inside the top six. Those are the places that earn a medal at the CIF State girls golf Championship.
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,
Lilia Vu Fountain Valley High School She posted a 4-under-par 64 at Arrowhead Country Club on Thursday and won the WSCGA So Cal Championships on a card-off, which put her in the CIF State Championship tournament for the third time in her va
SAN BERNARDINO – Qualifying for the CIF State championship tournament is a lot hard than Lilia Vu makes it look.
Consider that out of the thousands of girls playing high school golf from Fresno to the Mexican border, only nine can advance to state.
Those are some long odds. Each season, though, Vu has beaten them, and for t
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She was the only golfer in the 118-player field at Western Hills Country Club to break 70, winning the CIF-SS Individual championship with a 3-under-par 69
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Madie Chou walked off the ninth green at Tustin Ranch Golf Club, reached into her bag and pull out a book, but not one filled with pin placements and yardages.
This one had a plot.
It was time to see what Holden Caulfield was up to in the “Catcher in the Rye.” English, she said, is her least favorite subject at Foothi
The CIF boys water polo playoffs will feature some fresh faces of boys, and girls, when matches start Tuesday.
Sage Hill will return to the postseason after a four-year absence when it takes its squad, featuring two girls, to Alhambra for a Division 3 wild-card match. The game is scheduled for Granada Park in Alhambra at 5 p.m.
CHINO HILLS - Alyaa Abdulghany walked off the stage at Western Hills Country Club with her shiny new CIF plaque tucked nonchalantly under her arm. Her expression - or lack thereof - made it seem as if the Corona del Mar sophomore had just spent an ordinary day on the golf course.
“That’s just Alyaa,” Sea Kings co
Here's the 22 girls who will play for the CIF-SS Individual Championship on Thursday at Western Hill Country Club in Chino Hills:
Ysabel Tran (Troy)*, Alyaa Abdulghany (Corona del Mar), Cameron Lee (Bekman), Emma Kang (Tesoro), Jakeishya Le (Mater Dei), Beth Lillie (Troy), Christine Perez (Cypress), Hannah Ko (Sunny Hills)
Sonora’s revival in the Freeway League under a well-known coach is one of storylines to watch during the final week of the regular season for boys water polo.
With 79-year-old Jim Sprague at the helm with co-coach Stephen Kim, the Raiders (14-13, 5-3) are locked in a three-way tie with Troy and La Habra for second pla
She became the first Troy girls golfer to win a CIF-SS individual tournament when she won the Southern Regional on a card-off after shooting a 4-under-par 66 at Dad Miller Golf Course.
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.