The Register's boys water polo O.C. top 10:
O.C. TOP 10
1. Mater Dei
3. Corona del Mar
4. Dana Hills
5. Huntington Beach
6. Orange Lutheran
7. Newport Harbor
8. El Toro
9. Laguna Beach
10. Villa Park
Corona del Mar’s girls tennis team jumped to No. 3 in this week’s CIF-SS Division 1 poll, behind Peninsula and Mira Costa, after ending one of the county’s more impressive streaks last week.
The Sea Kings knocked off previously top-ranked University, 14-4, in a Pacific Coast League match on Thursday. The Sea Kings&rsquo
The Register's boys water polo athlete of the week:
CORONA DEL MAR
The center scored two of his game-high three goals in the fourth period, including the eventual winning strike, to lead the Sea Kings past Newport Harbor, 7-6, in the teams’ annual Battle of the Bay match. He a
Ghahremani enters the week with 51 goals. He has been on University’s varsity water polo team for two years and was selected Most Inspirational last year. He is the team captain this season. He was also a member of the University swi
NEWPORT BEACH – Corona del Mar center Brendan Hack felt his team got a bit lucky Saturday night but when it comes to the Battle of the Bay water polo match, the sides welcome any and all advantages.
And the visi
Andrew Kim scored five goals -- all from from center -- and Nathan Pak added three as Troy's boys water polo team defeated Sunny Hills, 12-8, in the teams' Freeway League opener at Fullerton on Wednesday night.
Nick Van Steenhuyse added a goal, three assists and seven steals for the Warriors.
The Beckman girls volleyball team had another successful weekend.
The Patriots upset Trabuco Hills, which was ranked ninth in last week’s county top 10, 25-14, 25-12, in the final of the University Tourament on Saturday.
In the final, Cindy Tran led the way with nine kills, and Jill Schneggenberger and Sara
The senior scored nine goals in a 13–5 victory against Trabuco Hills and averaged 4.4 goals to help the Cougars place 12th at the South Coast Tournament. Sechrest scored with eight seconds left to lift his team to a first-round victory against Santa Barbara.
NEWPORT BEACH – Mater Dei’s boys water polo program has turned one of the toughest early season tournaments into an annual fall workshop.
The Monarchs again arrived at the 32-team South Coast Tournament and used
Corona del Mar's boys water polo team rallied to its own victory Friday night.
Center Brendan Hack scored three fourth-period goals, including the winner with three seconds left, as the fifth-seeded Sea Kings upset No. 4 seed and Orange County No. 2 Huntington Beach, 8-7, in the quarterfinals of the South Coast Tournament at Coron
Laguna Beach's boys water polo program is loaded with tradition but the Breakers were still a difficult team to rank in the preseason.
Why? The defending CIF-SS Division 3 champion returns only player from last season.
But after a couple weeks of action, Laguna Beach has shown it belongs with the best.
The CIF-SS rankings didn’t suggest a mismatch. Dana Hills boys water polo coach Matt Rosa certainly wasn’t expecting one.
The Dolphins’ players had other ideas.
Dana Hills turned a Division 2 showdown into a 16-5 victory against visiting Damien of La Verne on Tuesday.
The Dolphins (5-2), ranked se
Mater Dei is the top-seed and defending champion for this week’s 32-team South Coast Tournament, one of the top early-season boys water polo events.
The other top seeds are: No. 2 Foothill, No. 3 Loyola of Los Angeles, No. 4 Huntington Beach, No. 5 Corona del Mar, No. 6 Orange Lutheran, No. 7 Dana Hil
The senior center had nine goals and an assist to lead the Patriots to a 15-7 victory against CIF-ranked Segerstrom. He also scored three goals in a 10-8 victory against Edison.
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