GARDEN GROVE – If there's one thing Sione Masoe does frequently, it's practice.
There's football, rugby with a United States national team, volleyball and basketball.
But if there's one thing the Garden Grove senior has practiced the most lately, it's patience.
The standout running back had to wait nearly a y
Brandon Sommers sprinted down the field Thursday, trying to maintain possession for Capistrano Valley while he tried to fight off a strong challenge from Cole Leveque, the Santa Margarita defender marking him.
Leveque, though, got in one shove too many and got a yellow card when Sommers hit the turf 2 yards outside of the
SEAL BEACH – The four University doubles players came together in a circle beside the court. Danielle Pham and Celine Gruaz sat on a bench as Yuki Asami knelt beside them and Kyla Scott stood in front.
They entered Seal Beach Tennis Center on Thursday excited about the potential for an all-University dou
Taking a look around Orange County high school sports:
• Former Orange Lutheran and Canyon football coach Jim Kunau has interest in the Santa Margarita coaching position, vacant now that Harry Welch has retired. “If Santa Margarita is interested in talking with me, I will talk with them,” Kunau said. Kunau
CORONA DEL MAR (13-0)
VS. GARDEN GROVE (13-0)
Where, when: Orange Coast College, Friday, 7 p.m.
Admission: $10 for adults; $5 for kids younger than 14 and students with valid ID.
Webcast: Fox Sports West Prep Zone
Outlook: The top-seed
NEWPORT BEACH – The Griffin family is all about football. Corona del Mar football to be exact.
Charlie Griffin started going to Corona del Mar football games when he was 4 years old, which made this year's 34-14 victory over Newport Harbor in the “Battle of the Bay” even more special. It snapped a six-game losing
RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA – Brandon Sommers sprinted down the field on Thursday, trying to maintain possession for Capistrano Valley while he tried to fight off a strong challenge from Cole Leveque, the Santa Margarita defender marking him.
Leveque, though, got in one shove too many and got a yellow card when Sommers hit the turf 2 ya
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Wed., Dec. 4
IRVINE 66, NEWPORT HARBOR 0106 – Chen (Irv) dec. Ward, 12-5; 113 – McDonnell (Irv) dec. Kosecki, 5-2; 120 – Takeda
A new-look NCAA men’s water polo championship will have a familiar team seeking a record title this weekend at Stanford.
Five-time defending champion USC is the top seed for the expanded tournament, which begins Thursday with two new play-in games.
The Trojans (26-4) play Saturday at 1 p.m. against the winner of Thur
Minna Mattis scored five goals and Shannon Grossman added three as Troy’s girls water polo team opened its season with a 10-5 victory against visiting La Serna on Wednesday.
Goalie Jessica Harris added 10
It is not true that Tony Gonzalez vowed to keep playing football until Huntington Beach returned to the CIF-Southern Section finals.
At least as far as we know.
Last Friday night, Kai Ross and the Oilers moved within a stroke of completing a 20-year circle.
They beat Edison, in a “we own this town” moment, to
Capistrano Valley's Katie Ta and two University doubles teams each fell in the semifinals of CIF-SS Individuals on Thursday as no Orange County players reached a final.
Ta lost to Penininsula of Rolling Hills Estates senior Annika Ringblom in straight sets, 6-1 and 6-3.
University's Danielle Pham and Yuki Asami nearly came back a
Corona del Mar will play Garden Grove in the CIF-Southern Section Southern Division championship game Friday at Orange Coast College at 7:00 p.m.
This game could very well be a sell-out. For football fans that want to be sure to get into the game and not have to stand in a long ticket-purchasing line, we are offering bo
Players and coaches representing Mater Dei, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Garden Grove, Corona del Mar, and St. Margaret's are interviewed at the CIF luncheon in Long Beach before the championship games.
Video by Jo
SEAL BEACH — Katie Ta felt a little shaky at the start of play on Wednesday.
Ta, a Capistrano Valley junior, didn't practice on Tuesday and had historically struggled against Dana Hills' Margo Pletcher.
The passes were precise, the runs were nicely timed and the defense was well organized.
Wednesday’s match didn’t look much like a season opener for No. 5 JSerra. The Lions know how to play together.
The way JSerra dominated Yorba Linda in its 4-0 victory in pool play of the Aliso Cup boys soccer tournament brought bac
Here are the individual rankings in girls wrestling
101 1 Maria Ahumuda Loara 2 Samantha Vasquez Santa Paula 3 Rose Martinez Northview 4 Tibishay Gomez Nogales 5 Stephanie Puildo Savanna 6 Denise Beltran Santa Ana 7 Chelsea Chavez Heritage
A 2-0 start to this season had given Dana Hills boys basketball coach Tom Desiano and his players some confidence.
But No. 5 Foothill showed the Dolphins that there's still plenty of room for them to improve.
The Knights dominated defensively and got off to a hot start from the 3-point line in a 55-44 victory in the Diablo
Corcoran took home the Division 2 title at the CIF State Cross Country Championships. He clocked a winning time of 15:09 and became the second runner in school history to win a state title.
Knights finished an undefeated season by winning the Division 3 title at the CIF State Cross Country Championships. Knights’ winning time of 17:08 set a new Division 3 record and she became the Timberwolves’ first ever state champion.