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  • Boys water polo: CIF rankings (10-21-14) BY DAN ALBANO
    Here are this week's CIF boys water polo polls: Division 1 1. Harvard-Westlake 2. Mater Dei 3. Loyola 4. LB Wilson 5. Corona del Mar 6. HB 7. Agoura 8. Servite 9. Orange Lutheran 10. Santa Margarita Division 2 1. Foothill
    Tue Oct 21, 2014
  • Hot Shots: Monday's volleyball (10-20-14)
    Click through the slideshow to see photos from the Katella vs. Anaheim girls volleyball match played at Anaheim High School on Monday, Oct. 20, 2014.
    Tue Oct 21, 2014
  • SoCal Varsity Top 20 for Week 8 BY DAN ALBANO
    St. John Bosco, coming off a pair of narrow victories in the Trinity League against Mater Dei and JSerra, remains atop the SoCal Varsity Top 20 poll, but the Braves (6-1) have some new company from Orange County in the rankings. Mission Viejo (6-2) surfaced in the poll at No. 19 after defeating Tesoro, 12-10, in the South Coast League on
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • CIF-SS girls volleyball rankings (10-20-14) BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Here are the CIF-SS girls volleyball rankings that were released Monday: Division 1AA 1. Redondo Union 2. Lakewood 3. Mater Dei 4. Corona del Mar 5. Marymount 6. Flintridge Sacred Heart 7. Santa Margarita 8. Mira Costa 9. Gre
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Northwood enjoying thrills, chills of being 6-1 BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Northwood coach Dean Toohey referred to the 2014 campaign as a season of firsts for his Timberwolves squad. Under Toohey, a longtime defensive coordinator at the school now in his debut season as head coach, Northwood opened the year with a 34-6 win over Costa Mesa, the squad’s first victory in a season opener in four years.
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Fryer on football: Figuring out the O.C. Top 25 BY STEVE FRYER
    Here is my O.C. Top 25 for this week: 1. Mater Dei (6-1)2. JSerra (6-1) 3. Servite (4-3)4. Santa Margarita (5-2)5. Orange Lutheran (4-3)6. Mission Viejo (6-2)7. Tesoro (6-2)8. Corona del Mar (6-1)9. Los Alamitos (6-10)10. Edison (5-2) 11. San Clemente (6-1)12. El Toro (6-2
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls cross country O.C. Top 10 (10-20-14) By ANDREW TURNER
    1. Capistrano Valley 2. Dana Hills 3. Trabuco Hills 4. San Clemente 5. Canyon 6. JSerra 7. Yorba Linda 8. Corona del Mar 9. Tesoro 10. Esperanza
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls cross country AOW: Jeanette Zambrano, Bolsa Grande By ANDREW TURNER
    Jeanette Zambrano Bolsa Grande Zambrano won the girls Division 2 race at the Orange County Championships on Saturday. Her time of 17:43 established a new personal best, and it marked a new school record for Bolsa Grande runners at the meet
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Boys cross country O.C. Top 10 (10-20-14) BY ANDREW TURNER
    1. Brea Olinda 2. Canyon 3. Dana Hills 4. El Toro 5. Huntington Beach 6. Tesoro 7. JSerra 8. Yorba Linda 9. Santa Ana 10. Trabuco Hills
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Boys cross country AOW: Connor Dunne, San Clemente By ANDREW TURNER
    Connor Dunne San Clemente Dunne won the Division 2 varsity race at the Orange County Championships with a time of 15:30. The junior led the Tritons to a fourth place finish in the Division 2 race on Saturday.
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Boys scholar-athlete: Bryan Carbaugh, Villa Park BY DAN ALBANO
    Bryan Carbaugh Villa Park Boys water polo GPA: 4.87 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
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Offensive Player of the Week: Edward Vander, JSerra By STEVE FRYER
    Edward Vander JSerra Vander rushed for 217 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries in the Lions’ 49-44 loss to St. John Bosco. Vander, a 6-foot1, 205-pound junior who transferred from Paramount, is fourth in county rushing with 1,135
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • O.C. Top 10 for Week 8: There's a new No.2 By STEVE FRYER
    1. Mater Dei, 6-1 (100 points) Running game led by Noah Delgadillo and defense did the job for the Monarchs in their 20-17 win over undisputed No. 1 rival Servite. This week: vs. JSerra at Santa Ana Stadium, Friday 2. JSerra, 6-1
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls tennis AOW: Constance Branstine, Villa Park
    Constance Branstine Villa Park Since becoming eligible at the start of Crestview League play, Branstine’s presence has taken Villa Park to another level. The gifted five-star junior is 11-0 in singles play, and as a result the Spartans stand atop the league standings with a 4-0 clip. Villa Park can clinch its
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls volleyball O.C. Top 10 (10-20-14) By DAMIAN CALHOUN
    1. Aliso Niguel 21-1, 59 points (5 first-place votes) 2. Corona del Mar 15-3, 51 (1 first-place vote) 3. Santa Margarita 27-4, 49 4. Mater Dei 19-10, 45 5. Sage Hill 13-3, 34 6. Villa Park 19
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls volleyball AOW: Cami Sanchez, Huntington Beach By DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Cami Sanchez Huntington Beach High School The sophomore outside hitter has been a consistent contributor for the Oilers this season as they begin the second half of Sunset League play in first place. Sanchez helped the Oilers get through a tough stretch of five-set matches against Los Alamitos (18 kills) and Newport
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Boys water polo Top 10 (10-20-14) By DAN ALBANO
    1. Mater Dei 13-3 2. Corona del Mar 14-3 3. Huntington Beach 13-4 4. Laguna Beach 14-4 5. Foothill 13-5 6. Servite 12-8 7. Orange Lutheran 15-6 8. Dana Hills 10-8 9. Santa Margarita 15-4 10. Los Alamitos 8-10
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Boys water polo AOW: Ash Molthen, Orange Lutheran BY DAN ALBANO
    Ash Molthen Orange Lutheran 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.
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls golf O.C. Top 10 (10-20-14) By DAMIAN DOTTORE
    1. Mater Dei 2. Beckman 3. Troy 4. Valencia 5. Foothill 6. Yorba Linda 7. Dana Hills 8. Tesoro 9. San Clemente 10. Santa Margarita
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls golf AOW: Jakeishya Le, Mater Dei By DAMIAN DOTTORE
    Jakeishya Le Mater Dei She won the Ayala Fall Classic after shooting a 6-under-par 68 on the North Course at Los Serranos in Chino Hills, and then medaled in the Monarchs Trinity League m
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Defensive Player of the Week: Julian Owens, Mission Viejo BY DAN ALBANO
    Julian Owens Mission Viejo High School The senior free safety had a fourth-quarter interception that led to the game-winning field goal with 29 seconds left and 11 total tackles in the Diablos’ 12-10 victory at Tesoro in the S
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Girls scholar-athlete: Whitney Kinnison, Mission Viejo By DAMIAN CALHOUN
    WHITNEY KINNISON MISSION VIEJO TENNIS GPA: 4.7 Kinnison helps form the No. 1 doubles team for the Diablos this season. The team is one of the key reasons the Diablos entered last week 4-1 in the Sea View League. Kinnison, who scored a 34 on her ACT, is a National Merit Commended Scholar and
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • CIF-SS football rankings for Week 8
    Here are the CIF-SS football rankings for Week 8 that were released Monday. The voting is done by the coaches. PAC-5 DIVISION1. St. John Bosco (Trinity) 6-12. Mater Dei (Trinity) 6-13. Centennial/Cor. 5-24. LB Poly (Moore) 7-15. JSerra (Trinity) 6-16. Bishop Amat (Mission) 5-37. Wes
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Fall notebook: Segerstrom ready to be tested
    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
    Mon Oct 20, 2014
  • Valencia continues quest to rule Empire BY DAVID DELGADO
    ANAHEIM – The Valencia Tigers certainly looked the part of Empire League favorite in their dominating, 44-7 win over Western Saturday night. The Tigers, who rushed for 270 yards, made quick work of the Pioneers by establishing a punishing ground game from the start. Strong offensive line play was the catalyst for everything
    Sat Oct 18, 2014