Mater Dei’s boys water polo team didn’t get the outcome it desired Sunday but the Monarchs said they still proved an important point:
They can play with reigning CIF Division 1 champion Harvard-Westlake of Studio City despite heavy losses from graduation.
Top-seeded Harvard-Westlake never trailed but couldn’t co
Division 1 boys water polo rivals Mater Dei and Harvard-Westlake of Studio City remained on a collision course Saturday at the California State High School Championships.
Last season’s Division 1 finalists each won twice to cruise into Sunday’s semifinals at Foothill.
NEWPORT BEACH Former U.S. Olympic assistant men's water polo coach Robert Lynn is no longer coaching at Newport Beach Water Polo Club but remains Newport Harbor's boys varsity coach, officials with the
Laguna Beach’s girls water polo team and the Harvard-Westlake of Studio City boys are the top seeds for the California State High School Championships this weekend in Orange County. Both schools are th
Huntington Beach pitcher Hagen Danner and Mater Dei pitcher Nick Pratto were among the Orange County players selected to participate in the U.S. 17U National Team Development Program.
The players were invited to a training camp Aug. 11-15 in Cary, N.C.
Also selected were Aliso Niguel catcher Blake Sabol, Mate
The summer basketball season is in full swing, with tournaments and leagues at several locations in Orange County.
Continuing operation this week are the Hope International University High School Summer League, the Tiger Basketball League at Valencia, the Los Al Summer League at Los Alamitos, the Villa Park Summer League and the Sea King
Los Alamitos has hired Brent Danna as its boys water polo and boys swim coach, Griffins athletic director Richard Smith said Wednesday.
Danna also has been hired as a teacher at the Sunset League school.
Danna, a former water polo standout at El Toro, had been
The summer water polo season for boys and girls has arrived, so here's a look at the results from the recent Southern Pacific zone qualification tournament for Junior Olympics. Below are the rankings in the younger divisions courtesy of Chad Beeler of Laguna Beach Water Polo Club and Dana Hills girls water polo.
A few trends: Vang
Lindsey Engel locked on her target and quickly made her move.
With Crean Lutheran’s post-CIF celebration about to start on the bulkhead of the pool, the swimmer grabbed her coach’s arm and started to push.
“There was no getting off that plank without getting wet,” said Coach Craig Brown, who
Check out photos from the Register’s Athletes of the Year banquet at the O.C. Sports Grill in Anaheim on Tuesday, June 10, 2014.
Among the awards that were handed out were the Register’s Boys Athlete of the Year (Mater Dei’s Stanley Johnson), Girls Athlete of the Year (Santa Margarita’s Katie McLaughlin), Small Sc
A season and school-year full of significant changes couldn’t slow Katie McLaughlin in the pool.
The Santa Margarita junior got faster, which at her level, is a considerable undertaking.
McLaughlin blazed to a national high school record in the 100-yard butterfly, an Orange County record in the 200 freestyle and led
The progress of Edison’s boys swim team in one season was startling.
The Chargers climbed from a runner-up finish in the Sunset League in 2013 to undefeated league champions this spring. And at the CIF Division 1 finals, they sprung from 16th last season to a third-place finish earlier this month in Riverside.
At the helm o
Corey Okubo experienced the best of both worlds, and the accompanying valuable lesson.
The senior helped University’s boys swim team capture its first CIF-SS Division 1 title and achieved record-setting personal success.
For Okubo, the latter wouldn’t have been possible without him putting the Trojans first in