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  • Girls lacrosse: O.C. Top 10 (3-30-15) By: DAMIAN CALHOUN
    1. Foothill 2. Mater Dei 3. Woodbridge 4. Los Alamitos 5. Beckman 6. Aliso Niguel 7. St. Margaret’s 8. Trabuco Hills 9. Corona del Mar 10. San Clemente
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Boys lacrosse: O.C. Top (3-30-15) By: DAMIAN CALHOUN
    1. Foothill 2. Corona del Mar 3. Jserra 4. St. Margaret’s 5. Santa Margarita 6. San Clemente 7. Trabuco Hills 8. Aliso Niguel 9. Los Alamitos 10. Tesoro
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Top teams to be tested in Carew Classic BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Calling the field loaded doesn’t necessarily do it justice, but what else would you expect when discussing the Michelle Carew Classic? Annually regarded as one of the best softball showcases on the West Coast, the Carew Classic begins Wednesday at Peralta Park with a remarkable 32-team field vying for the coveted championship troph
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Girls scholar-athlete: Roshni Patel, Yorba Linda BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    ROSHNI PATEL YORBA LINDA LACROSSE GPA: 4.25 Patel is first-year starting defender for the Mustangs. She is enrolled in AP government and economics, AP biology, AP statistics, AP environmental science, AP literature and band. Patel is involved in National Honor Society, California Schol
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Spring notes: Tamagno earns spot in 'Dream Mile'
    Brea Olinda’s Austin Tamagno has repeatedly proved himself on the biggest stages. He rose to the occasion at the adidas Meet of Champions Distance Classic on Saturday, scorching the track at Azusa Pacific University to become the national pace-setter in the 1,600 meters. Tamagno won the adidas “Dream Mile&rdquo
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Swim notes: Santa Margarita finds its depth BY DAN ALBANO
    Santa Margarita’s girls swim team was unsure early in the season about where its new depth would come from after graduating several seniors last year. The Eagles now know. The reigning CIF-SS Division 1 champion has been buoyed by five freshmen. “A strong freshman class has really helped us out,” Sa
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • OCVarsity list: Signed and committed softball players
    OCVarsity's list of the signed and committed Orange County softball players. If we're missing a player, send the player's information to preps@ocregister.com and we will update our list. SIGNED AND COMMITTED O.C. SOFTBALL PLAYERS SENIORS Amanda Akles, La Habra, Sr
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • U.S. men's water polo shows promise but falls to Canada BY DAN ALBANO
    NEWPORT BEACH The up-and-coming talent on the U.S. men’s water polo team surfaced a bit late Monday night against Canada at the FINA Intercontinental Tournament at Corona del Mar. But after a dismal first half by Team USA, at least the promise arrived, sparking inspired play for the Americans in their opening match of the eight-nat
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Boys scholar-athlete: Steven Cotton, Ocean View BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    STEVEN COTTON OCEAN VIEW BASEBALL GPA: 5.04 The senior pitcher/designated hitter has a 2-1 record with a 1.73 ERA and 25 strikeouts. He is in the Full Diploma program for an International Baccalaureate degree at Ocean View. His schedule includes IB theory of knowledge, IB Spanish 4, IB
    Tue Mar 31, 2015
  • Boys swimming AOW: Nick Norman, Capistrano Valley BY DAN ALBANO
    Nick Norman Capistrano Valley The Cal-bound senior won the 200- (1:38.68) and 500-yard (4:23.76) freestyles in Orange County-leading and automatic All-America times during a double-dual meet against Division 1 powers Corona del Mar and Loyola of Los Angeles. Contact the writer:
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys track AOW: Austin Tamagno, Brea Olinda BY ANDREW TURNER
    Austin Tamagno Brea Olinda Tamagno produced a career-best time of 4:06.26 to win the featured mile race at the adidas Meet of Champions Distance Classic on Saturday. By winning, he qualified for the adidas “Dream Mile” at the adidas Grand Prix on June 13 in New York. His converted 1,600 time of 4:04.83 l
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Girls swimming O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY DAN ALBANO
    O.C. GIRLS TOP 10 (Dual meets) 1. Santa Margarita 2-0 2. Tesoro 2-1 3. Crean Lutheran 1-0 4. Edison 2-1 5. Foothill 2-0 6. Corona del Mar 1-0 7. Irvine 3-1 8. Mater Dei 2-1-1 9. JSerra 0-2 10. Los Alamitos 2-0
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys swimming O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY DAN ALBANO
    O.C. BOYS TOP 10 (Dual meets) 1. University 2-1 2. Corona del Mar 2-1 3. Northwood 7-0 4. Santa Margarita 2-1 5. Dana Hills 5-0 6. Edison 1-2 7. Foothill 3-0 8. Mater Dei 3-1 9. Tesoro 2-1 10T. Newport Harbor 1-0 10T. San Clemente 1-2
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Woodbridge, Northwood destroy par By DAMIAN DOTTORE
    IRVINE It was the kind of match that is rarely seen in boys golf. The scores were that low. When Woodbridge coach Tracy Roberts saw the final totals, he just shook his head and said, “this is silly.” All but one of the 12 players who teed off at Oak Creek Golf Club broke 40. Hide Yoshihara carded h
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys volleyball O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    O.C. TOP 10 (Records through Sunday) 1. Huntington Beach 20-0, 50 points (5 first-place votes) 2. Corona del Mar 12-4, 45 3. San Clemente 15-2, 39 4. Dana Hills 15-1, 36 5. Los Alamitos 18-3, 30 6. Foothill 10-4, 23 7. Laguna Beach 9-3, 20 8. Servite 12-9, 17
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys track O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY ANDREW TURNER
    O.C. BOYS TOP 10 1. Dana Hills 2. Woodbridge 3. Mission Viejo 4. Mater Dei 5. Tesoro 6. Trabuco Hills 7. Servite 8. Edison 9. Canyon 10. Aliso Niguel
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • All-American honors for Morgan, Knowles By: DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Fountain Valley's Andrew Morgan and Calvary Chapel's Johnny Knowles earned All-America honors at NHSCA Nationals in Virginia. Morgan went 5-2 and finished sixth at 170 pounds in the Senior Division. Morgan placed third at the CIF State Tournament. In the Junior Division, Knowles (132) went 8-2 and eventually finishe
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Girls track O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY ANDREW TURNER
    GIRLS O.C. TOP 10 1. Mission Viejo 2. Los Alamitos 3. Dana Hills 4. Santa Margarita 5. Mater Dei 6. Canyon 7. Fountain Valley 8. Tesoro 9. Trabuco Hills 10. El Toro
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys golf O.C. top 10 (3-30-15) BY DAMIAN DOTTORE
    O.C. TOP 10 1. Servite 2. Dana Hills 3. Woodbridge 4. Tesoro 5. Northwood 6. Beckman 7. Marina 8. Sunny Hills 9. University 10. JSerra
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • O.C. softball top 10 (3-30-15) BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    O.C. TOP 10 (Records through Sunday) 1. Mission Viejo, 12-0 The Diablos are the team to beat in this week’s Carew Classic. 2. Orange Lutheran, 15-0 The Lancers have no games scheduled this week. 3. Los Alamitos, 11-4 Runners-up a season ago, the Grif
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Fryer: Injury hurt, but San Clemente still strong BY STEVE FRYER
    If the reaction to Kolby Allard’s back injury was “there goes San Clemente’s season,” well, the season is going just fine. The Tritons won the National High School Invitational, probably the best high school baseball tournament in the nation, last week in Cary, N.C. They took home the 3-foot-tall trophy aft
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Girls swimming AOW: Ella Eastin, Crean Lutheran BY DAN ALBANO
    Ella Eastin Crean Lutheran The Stanford-bound senior captured the 200-yard freestyle (1:50.32) and 100 butterfly (53.74) in Orange County-leading times to help the Saints finish fifth at the Mission Viejo Invitational. Eastin smashed the 2013 meet record in the butterfly (54.38) . Contact the writer:
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys volleyball AOW: Josh Tuaniga, Huntington Beach BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Josh Tuaniga Huntington Beach The senior setter was selected Tournament MVP of the Orange County Championships, leading Huntington Beach to a 25-21, 25-19 victory over Corona del Mar in the final. Contact the writer: dcalhoun@ocregister.com
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Girls track AOW: Alexis Turley-Young, Canyon BY ANDREW TURNER
    Alexis Turley-Young Canyon Turley-Young took over the state lead in the triple jump with a wind-legal mark of 38 feet, 9 inches in the Beach Cities Invitational on Saturday. The junior also set county-leading marks in the 100 (12.15), the 100 hurdles (14.6) and the long jump (18-0.5).
    Mon Mar 30, 2015
  • Boys tennis AOW: Konrad Kozlowski, University BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Konrad Kozlowski University The senior went unbeaten last week in a pair of 15-3 team wins over Pacific Coast League rivals Woodbridge and Beckman. University’s do-it-all veteran was also named to the all-tournament team at the National All American Tournament after helping the Trojans win the showcase’s
    Mon Mar 30, 2015