Saeman is a senior libero for the Friars. He’s enrolled in AP Spanish, AP Statistics, AP English Literature, AP Microeconomics, AP Physics and CP Critical Reflections. He’s a member of Junior Statesmen of America, a speech and debat
Margolis has been accepted to MIT where she will run cross country and track. She also considered Harvard, Princeton and Yale. Her cumulative GPA ranks her fifth out of a class of 671. She’s currently enrolled in Psychology IB, Honors
Corona del Mar
Simaan, a junior midfielder and face-off specialist, won 22 of 23 face-offs in a pair of victories last week for the Sea Kings. CdM defeated St. John’s of Texas (19-1) and Beckman (16-1). He also had an assist against Beckman. Simaan is committed to Brown University.
Houser, who earned first team all-county honors last season as a freshman, is off to a great start so far this season, scoring 21 goals in six games. She scored five in a big 15-4 victory over Aliso Niguel last week.
San Juan Hills
Meech became the state pace-setter in the 300 meter hurdles with a time of 38.37 at the Triton/Asics Invitational at San Clemente High. The senior also placed second in the 100 hurdles (15.61) on Saturday.
Gehrich put herself in elite company at the Laguna Beach Trophy Invitational by running the third best 3200 time in the nation. Her 10:33.99 mark ranks second in the state. The junior also won the 1600 in 4:59.56.
He fired a 2-under-par 34 at Tustin Ranch Golf Club to help Beckman , post a school-record 171 on the par-36 course and beat Corona del Mar by 23 strokes. He has a 34.6 average over his last six matches and has shot 34 in three consecutive matches. He's 10-under in his last five rounds.
The Sailors senior went 9-0 in his singles matches against Crean Lutheran, Corona del Mar and Tesoro a week ago. By topping Sea Kings star junior Bjorn Hoffmann, 7-5, last Wednesday afternoon, Stalder remained unbeaten on the season with a
He pitched a one-hit shutout in a South Coast League win over Tesoro and went 5 for 10 for the week with the bat for the Dolphins. In the win over Tesoro, Crouse struck out nine and walked two. He also had two hits in two at bats. Crouse had t
Daniel Tran University The Harvard-bound senior raced on three winning relays to help the Trojans defend their title at the boys Millikan Southern Section Relays. Tran led off the 4x100-yard individual medley, 200 backstroke and the championship-clinching 200 medley (1:34.66), which ranks second in meet history.
The freshman captured the 100 (52.58) and 200-yard (1:51.40) freestyles and anchored the 200 (23.63) and 400 (53.09) freestyle relays to help the No. 1 Eagles defeat No. 2 Tesoro, 101-69, in the teams’ “Dual in the Pool.&rdq
Lee, a junior midfielder, scored 16 goals with two assists and 12 ground balls as the Knights went 8-0 last week. Lee also won 64 of 88 draws (72 percent) during the week. At the Surf, Sun and Stix Tournament Saturday, Lee scored nine goals with o
He was the triple jump (43-1.50) and 100-meter dash (11.27) champion of the Irvine Invitational. The Titans’ junior also placed third in the 200 meters and fourth in the long jump.
Bender shined at the Irvine Invitational on Saturday. She won the 100-meter hurdles with a time of 15.03, while finishing second in the 200-meter sprint and third in the 400 meters.
Burns is a three-sport athlete (football and track and field) for the Lightning. He played in defense and goalkeeper for Sage Hill. He helped lead the Lightning to the semifinals of the CIF-SS Divis
Loskot, a three-year starter, was a key member for the Diablos basketball team this year, averaging 10.4 points, 8.3 rebounds and 4.9 blocks per game for the Diablos. Her performance in the c
He posted a 4-under-par 32 at Tustin Ranch Golf Club in a victory against Beckman and added a 1-under-par 35 the following day at Tustin Ranch to help the Timberwolves beat Foothill. He medaled in both matches.
The Griffins junior led the way in a win over perennial-power University last Tuesday. With the 11-7 victory, Los Al became the first county team to top the Trojans since April 2006.
Olson, a senior outside hitter, earned MVP honors at the Dos Pueblos Tournament, leading the Breakers to the title. Olson played in 14 of 15 sets on Saturday. He recorded 51 kills with a hitting percentage of .316.
The Cal-bound senior helped the Eagles capture two relays and finish second in another as they defended their title at the Capistrano Valley Relays. She split a sizzling 48.63 anchor in the 400 free relay, which placed second, and split
The Diablos senior became the county’s all-time home run leader, hitting her 46th and 47th career homers against California High in last week’s Dave Kops Tournament of Champions in Bullhead, Arizona. Palomino also had t
Arent had a busy, yet productive week for the Vikings. The senior midfielder scored 26 goals, with four assists and 28 ground balls in four matches. He set a new school record with nine goals in an 18-4 victory over Chaparral, Saturday. He scored six