Extreme heat and lightning caused several high school athletic competitions to be postponed Tuesday and forced coaches to be creative with practices.
The boys water polo match between No. 3 Huntington Beach and host Santa Margarita was called off because of concerns about high temperatures, which soared into triple digits in Rancho Santa
IRVINE Dana Hills girls tennis coach Justin Green joked after Tuesday’s match that he didn’t know how his team would perform with temperatures nearing triple digits, namely, because most of his players live so close to the beach.
It didn’t take long for him to realize his team would respond quite nicely.
With most of Orange County experiencing severe heat conditions, some of the county's high school sports programs are responding by taking precautionary measures to beat the heat.
In Anaheim, where the temperature reached 101 on Monday, Esperanza High's football team pushed the start of practice back from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The Indians’ sophomore has opened eyes early on, compiling an 18-0 record through the first six matches of the season. In a 9-9 match against El Dorado last week, Shipley-Rinker did not drop a single game, which allowed Fullerton to pull out a nail-biter, taking the contest on
There are times when Bolsa Grande girls tennis coach Destiny Le has trouble telling Tracy Van apart from Tammy Van.
The Van sisters are two years apart in age, closer even in height and too similar in frame for some people to notice much of a difference. At a distance, it’s fairly easy to lose Tracy Van’s darker complexion an
For Corona del Mar freshman Danielle Wilson, Tuesday’s nonleague match against No. 7 Tesoro was only her second varsity appearance.
While Sea Kings girls tennis coach Brian Ricker wasn’t going to tell her ahead of time, he knew it was Wilson who figured to be the deciding factor in a nonleague battle between two
ANAHEIM – Prior to her senior year at Esperanza, Chelsea Parker had never played tennis.
A former volleyball player and member of the Aztecs swim team, Parker hadn’t even considered picking up a racket.
That was until her best friend, Morgan Wilson, told her the sport would be another opportunity for the
O.C. TOP PLAYERS TO WATCH
Katie Ta, Capistrano Valley, Sr.: The Register’s reigning Player of the Year returns with aspirations of topping last season’s semifinals appearance in CIF Individuals. Ta is also pursuing her third straight undefeated season in the Sea View Le
O.C. PRESEASON TOP 10
1. University: The Trojans will be loaded yet again, returning first-team All-County performers Yuki Asami, Celine Gruaz and Judy Kam in addition to Alyssa Rudin, a second-team selection.
2. Corona del Mar: While the loss o
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Jadie Acidera, JSerra, Soph.
Katie Chang, Santa Margarita, Soph.
Erica Chen, Corona del Mar, Jr.
Erika Cheng, Los Alamitos, Soph.
Clarisa Colling, Villa Park,Sr.
Jasie Dunk, Corona del M
Sept. 9: Troy at Northwood, University at Capistrano Valley; Sept. 11: Santa Margarita at Corona del Mar, Dana Hills at Northwood; Sept. 16: Santa Margarita at Northwood, University at Campbell Hall, Dana Hills at Woodbridge, Valencia at El Dorado; Sept. 17: JSerra at Corona del Mar; Sept. 18: Corona del Mar at Lag
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Two words separated 17-year-old Morgan Wilson from life and death, her parents believe: if only.
If only the tennis center where she suffered a fatal heart attack had a defibrillator.
If only someone had administered CPR in the precious minutes before paramedics arrived.
Wilson’s family is trying to prevent others f
Esperanza High student-athlete Morgan Wilson died Wednesday, eight days after suffering cardiac arrest while warming up at the Anaheim Tennis Center, her parents said in a statement through UC Irvine Medical Center.
Wilson, 17, was a varsity tennis and track and field athlete who collapsed July 8. She was revived before being take
Morgan Wilson, the Esperanza girls tennis and track athlete who suffered from a cardiac arrest during a workout Tuesday, remained in critical condition Friday at UC Irvine Medical Center, according to the school’s track coach.
“She had a CAT scan done today that showed very little brain activity,” Rich Medelli
Morgan Wilson, the captain of the Esperanza girls tennis team last year, was in critical condition at UC Irvine Medical Center on Wednesday after suffering cardiac arrest while working out, according to one of the school’s coaches.
Wilson, 17, was at a park in Anaheim on Tuesday morning, preparing for a private tennis lesson
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