If water polo fans are looking for an entertaining league race to follow the next few weeks, the Freeway League might be the best pick.
Troy added another plot twist to the league’s script Tuesday by defeating league favorite Sunny Hills, 13-9, behind a barrage of perimeter strikes at Troy High.
The six-time defending leagu
Here are this week's CIF boys water polo polls:
2. Mater Dei
4. LB Wilson
5. Corona del Mar
9. Orange Lutheran
10. Santa Margarita
Segerstrom’s boys water polo team picked up a key league victory last week, but the Jaguars aren’t interested in relaxing.
The reigning CIF Division 7 champion has entered this week’s Canyon/Valencia tournament, which runs Friday and Saturday. The tournament includes JSerra, Division Ayala and Empire League contender Va
Boys water polo
Carbaugh is a second-year varsity player who serves as one of the Spartans’ captains and plays attacker. He also swims butterfly on the varsity swim team. Carbaugh is taking four AP classes and a linear algebra and differential e
The freshman lefty scored four of his game-high five goals in the second half to lead Orange Lutheran past Santa Margarita, 9-6, in a key Trinity League match. He also had 11 goals and seven assists en route to earning MVP honors at the Jesuit Capital Classic in Carmichael.
LAGUNA BEACH Laguna Beach’s boys water polo team found the right combination Thursday to strengthen its grip atop Division 3.
The Breakers, ranked No. 1 in the division, started fast and finished strong to defeat second-ranked Murrieta Valley, 11-6, in a nonleague match.
Cade Baldridge scored five goals, Trent Sadler netted three and Jack Dodson scored twice and drew five exclusions as Laguna Beach's boys water polo team defeated visiting Murrieta Valley, 11-6, Thursday in a showdown of the top-two ranked teams in Division 3.
Laguna Beach is ranked No. 1; Murrieta Valley second.
The Freeway League boys water polo match Monday between Sonora and host Troy, which went overtime but wasn't completed, will be discussed by the Fullerton school district on Friday, Warriors coach Jason Wi
Click through the slideshow to see photos from the following boys water polo matches played on Wednesday, Oct. 15, 2014. Orange Lutheran vs. Santa Margarita; Fountain Valley vs. Marina; Costa Mesa vs. Godinez.
Orange Lutheran’s up-and-coming boys water polo team has accomplished plenty, but the Lancers made their biggest move in the Trinity League on Wednesday night.
Freshman left-hander Ash Molthen scored four of his five goals in the second half, and visiting No. 7 Orange Lutheran played stingy defense at 2 meters en route to a
The cancer was in remission. Had been for seven months.
A longtime smoker, Gary Minott quit 10 years ago. In February 2012, he was diagnosed with throat and lung cancer. It wasn’t believed to be terminal. Surgery would give him a clean bill of health.
No matter the diagnosis, Minott continued on his own accord. He li
Servite swimmer Stephen Marcin of the Irvine Novaquatics has committed to Penn, the swim club announced on Twitter.
Marcin finished second in the 500-yard free last season at the CIF-SS Division 1 finals with a time of 4 minutes, 24.30 seconds. He also took fourth in the 200 free with a swift time of 1 minute, 38.16 seconds.
Mater Dei's boys water polo team didn’t solve rival Harvard-Westlake of Studio City on Tuesday night, but Orange County’s top-ranked squad still maintained its resolve after losing, 11-7, in an emotionally charged match at Harvard-Westlake.
Center Ben Hallock and attacker Johnny Hooper each scored three goals an
The final numbers on the scoreboard Saturday night didn’t necessarily show it, but Corona del Mar’s boys water polo team left the S & R Sport tournament with some encouraging signs.
The second-ranked Sea Kings lost in the finals to reigning CIF Division 1 champion Harvard-Westlake of Studio City, 22-7, at the Woollett Aqu
Corona del Mar High School
The goalie made nine saves, including two against standout Johnny Hooper on counterattacks, and added two steals in a 22-7 loss to Division 1 top-ranked Harvard-Westlake of Studio City in the finals of the S & R Sport tournament. The senior also made 13 saves, including one
Riley Campbell Newport Harbor High School Boys water polo GPA: 4.6 Campbell is a four-year water polo player who plays utility. He also will be a four-year member of the swim team in the spring. Campbell is in his second year of the International Baccalaureate program. He is taking AP Engli