Welcome to Week 2 of what remains an unnamed OCVarsity podcast! (Although, "Off the Cuff with Brian Whitehead and Damian Calhoun" has a nice ring to it.)
This week, the guys discuss league championships, postseason berths and divisional rankings; high schools without yard markers on their football field; the merit of intangibles; the hap
OCVARSITY GAME OF THE WEEK
NO. 3 SANTA MARGARITA (6-2, 2-1) VS. NO. 2 MATER DEI (6-2, 1-2)
Where, when: Santa Ana Stadium, Friday, 7 p.m.
Last time they meet: Santa Margarita won, 16-7, in 2013
Series: Mater Dei leads, 9-6
Yorba Linda’s boys water polo team seized control of the North Hills League race Wednesday but not until it rallied to beat an Orange County mystery squad that proved plenty dangerous.
George Allison flipped in a loose ball in front of El Dorado’s goal with 49 seconds left in the fourth period for the eventual winning
There are two weeks left in the regular season, and league titles and playoff spots up for graps all across the county.
OCVarsity's Kenny Connolly takes a look at every team and every league race heading into the Week 9 games.
Click on the links below to the league and team breakdowns:
What seemed like a fun volleyball tournament has affected several teams as the girls volleyball season winds down.
An unknown number of girls, rumored to be near 25, participated in the Fall Fours/Halloween Haunt Beach fundraising tournament Sunday at Huntington Beach Pier. It was brought to the attention of everyone this week that this
Santa Margarita water polo goalie Nikki Doumas, who has helped the Eagles capture consecutive CIF Division 2 titles, has committed to UC San Diego, Santa Margarita coach Brian Weathersby said.
Please send water polo recruiting news to Dan Albano at firstname.lastname@example.org
OCVarsity's Jonathan Khamis travels to Corona del Mar High to ask if there are any BOlievers.
Also, is there more to CdM than going to the beach?
Is the community aware of the Sea Kings' CIF-SS three-peat?
Video by Jonathan Khamis & Kevin Warn, OCVarsity.com.
CYPRESS Cypress senior Quinten Pounds delivered a heartfelt speech and then followed his heart by committing to Washington on Wednesday night before a gym filled with teammates and family.
The dynamic wide receiver/cornerback sat at a table with visors from Washington, Boise State and Colorado in front of him. He delivered his new