Villa Park’s girls water polo team extended its streak of playoff appearances by navigating a final challenge and plot twist Tuesday.
Attacker Lyndsy Peterson scored five goals, Bri Portales added three and four steals and Morgan Stiewig made eight save as the Spartans defeated host Yorba Linda, 10-6, to claim
Ashley Klein felt perfectly healthy. There were no hints that anything was wrong.
But her sports physical last June suggested something was indeed amiss. The resting heart beat of the Mission Viejo water polo player and swimmer was elevated.
Corona del Mar’s girls water polo team lost Maddie Musselman to the U.S. national team before the season, and it entered a pivotal showdown Thursday night in the Irvine Southern California Championships without another standout.
Corona del Mar still has plenty of pride, perhaps the top goalie in Orange County and some emergi
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ORANGE Mollie Simmons isn’t known as a scorer for Orange Lutheran’s girls water polo team, but the junior came through with an important and stunning goal Tuesday in a Trinity League showdown.
The attacker, known for her speed, tossed in a shot from beyond midpool to beat the halftime buzzer, sparking the top-ranked La
NEWPORT BEACH - Los Alamitos’ girls water polo team had an answer for No. 9 Newport Harbor at seemingly every turn Thursday night.
The seventh-ranked Griffins scored twice on plays after timeouts. They slowed the Sailors’ ball-side attack by double-teaming the driver.
Coach Dave Carlson even had alumnus and U.S
Mater Dei’s girls water polo team repaired a troublesome deficiency Tuesday night to post one of its biggest victories and set up a showdown next week.
The No. 5 Monarchs converted 7 of 10 chances on the power play en route to a 15-9 victory against visiting No. 8 Santa Margarita to remain unbeaten in the Trinity League.
The CIF-Southern Section Council, the section’s legislative body, will meet Wednesday to vote on proposals that include changing the first day of competition and final day of competition for a few sports’ seasons for the 2016-17 school year.
If the proposal is approved, it would move the date of first contest for girls tennis
Mission Viejo’s season-long quest to reach its first CIF-SS final in girls water polo continued to build momentum Tuesday.
The Diablos used a hard press and a combined 10 goals from Megan Wright, Megan Patterson and Skylar Newhouser-Flores to defeat visiting Laguna Hills, 15-4, and stay undefeated in the Sea Vi
A new coach guides the Newport Harbor girls water polo team, but many of the philosophies of the man who built the powerhouse program live on.
The winning hasn’t followed as frequently just yet, but the Sailors posted their biggest victory Wednesday night, making a major statement in the Sunset League.
With legendary former
El Toro’s girls water polo team endured a lopsided first period in a game three weeks ago, but like many setbacks, there was a lesson hidden in the loss.
The defending CIF-SS champion Chargers showed Thursday that they didn’t miss it.
Ninth-ranked El Toro locked down on high-scoring center Amber McCutcheon and
The lure and reward of the counterattack in water polo are the shots it yields.
If teams commit to strong defense and fast-break swimming, they can end up with high-percentage shots in front of the opponent’s cage.
Troy’s girls water polo team committed to a tight press and plenty of swimming Wednesday night, and foll
NEWPORT BEACH – Laguna Beach’s girls water polo team had almost finished posing for a historic group photo Wednesday night at the Holiday Cup when a request to flash the No. 1 sign arrived.
Like the hopes of opposing offenses earlier in the day, the playful gesture didn’t get far.
“Too early (in the season