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  • Santa Margarita's Crawford must sit out first 5 games
    Santa Margarita's football team will be missing an important part of its offense for the first five games of the 2015 season. The CIF Southern Section ruled this month that standout receiver Dylan Crawford, a transfer from St. Francis High of La Canada, won't be eligibile to play for Santa Margarita's football team until Oct. 5 -
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • CIF-SS baseball polls (4-25-15)
    The CIF-SS baseball polls released Monday for the week of April 27-May 3. BASEBALL DIVISION 11. JSerra2. Dana Hills3. Alemany4. Huntington Beach5. Orange Lutheran6. Agoura7. Harvard-Westlake8. Cypress9. Vista Murrieta10. HartDIVISION 2
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls water polo: UC Irvine earns at-large berth to NCAAs BY DAN ALBANO
    There will be several former Orange County water polo standouts in the upcoming NCAA women's water polo tournament. The tournament selections were officially introduced Monday night. Here's the field: UC Irvine’s Big West Conference runner-up women’s water polo team (19-8) received an at-large berth to the NCAA tournament, Ma
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Spring notes: Top contenders prepare for postsesason
    Orange County’s two leading Division 1 contenders used the Foothill Swim Games this past Saturday to strengthen their fleets for the CIF-SS prelims. Santa Margarita’s girls and University’s boys, both looking to defend their swimming and diving titles, picked up new automatic qualifiers for the Division 1 prelims May 14
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Meadows, Yorba Linda enjoying their hot April BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Meredith Meadows has become one of the toughest outs in the county. Last week, the Yorba Linda freshman left fielder walloped three home runs against Esperanza – finishing with six RBI – two days after going 2 for 3 against El Modena. This month, Meadows is hitting over .530, and she has tallied multiple hits i
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Fryer: Notes from the O.C. baseball scene BY STEVE FRYER
    Around the horn in county baseball: • JSerra plays St. Francis of Mountain View in the Boras Classic championship game Saturday at noon at Cal State Fullerton. JSerra, No. 1 in calhisports.com’s California top 20, won the South bracket and No. 12 St. Francis was North bracket winner of the statewide tournament. ESPN3 will tele
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys tennis AOW: Bjorn Hoffman, CdM BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Bjorn Hoffmann Corona del Mar The Sea Kings junior finished as the runner-up in this past weekend’s 115th Ojai Tournament. Hof
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Baseball O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) BY STEVE FRYER
    REGISTER MEDIA POLL Records through Sunday 1. JSerra, 17-3 (50 poll points) The Trinity League co-leading Lions won two of three against Orange Lutheran. 2. Huntington Beach, 15-7 (44) One of the county’s hotter teams beat Los Alamitos twice in Sunset League play.
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Softball O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    O.C. TOP 10 (Records through Sunday) 1. Mission Viejo, 21-0 Taylor McQuillin is just six wins away from tying the CIF-SS record for most career victories by a pitcher (100). 2. Los Alamitos, 18-6 Ryan Denhart, Katya Duvall and Paige Austin combined to toss 14 shutout inni
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys golf O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) By DAMIAN DOTTORE
    1. Servite 2. Woodbridge 3. Dana Hills 4. Beckman 5. Marina 6. Tesoro 7. Sunny Hills 8. Trabuco Hills 9. San Clemente 10. Corona del Mar
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys lacrosse AOW: Alex Fuller, Newport Harbor BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Alex Fuller Newport Harbor Fuller, a senior and team captain, set a new school single-game record with eight goals in a 16-3 victory over Marina. He scored three goals in the second half of Friday’s 8-7 victory over Los Alamitos to clinch the Sunset League title for the Sailors. Fuller had an assist in both game
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys golf AOW: Sammy Schwartz, San Clemente BY DAMIAN DOTTORE
    Sammy Schwartz San Clemente High School He holed the an ace on the 166-yard, par-3 No. 6 at Mesa Verde Country Club using a 6-iron. It was the only hole in one 15-year history of the Estancia Tournament, and helped the Tritons win the event for the first time. Boys golf O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. Se
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls swim O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15)
    1. Santa Margarita 2. Tesoro 3. Crean Lutheran 4. Edison 5. Foothill 6. Corona del Mar 7. Woodbridge 8. Irvine 9. Mater Dei 10. Los Alamitos
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls track O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) By DAN ALBANO
    1. Los Alamitos 2. Mission Viejo 3. Mater Dei 4. Newport Harbor 5. Canyon 6. Santa Margarita 7. Tesoro 8. Dana Hills 9. Fountain Valley 10. San Clemente
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys track O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) By ANDREW TURNER
    1. Woodbridge 2. Dana Hills 3. Los Alamitos 4. Trabuco Hills 5. Mater Dei 6. Servite 7. Esperanza 8. Mission Viejo 9. JSerra 10. Santa Margarita
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls swim AOW: Emily Eastin, Crean Lutheran BY DAN ALBANO
    Emily Eastin Crean Lutheran The junior moved to fourth in county history by winning the backstroke in a meet-record 53.79 at the Foothill Swim Games and also raced on two meet-record relays and finished second in the butterfly (54.90). Girls swim O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. Santa Margarita 2.
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys volleyball O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) By DAMIAN CALHOUN
    1. Huntington Beach 28-0, 50 points (5 first-place votes) 2. Corona del Mar 20-6, 45 3. Dana Hills 22-1, 40 4. San Clemente 19-3, 35 5. Foothill 15-4, 29 6. Laguna Beach 15-4, 22 7. Servite 17-9, 21 8. Los Alamitos 21-6, 11 9. Newport Harbor 10-11, 10 10. Mater Dei 14-8, 7
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls track AOW: Sara Limp, Los Alamitos BY ANDREW TURNER
    Sara Limp Los Alamitos High School Limp ran for both of Los Alamitos’ victorious relay teams in Saturday’s O.C. Championships. The senior won the 200 and placed second in the 100. Girls track O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. Los Alamitos 2. Mission Viejo 3. Mater Dei 4. Ne
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys track AOW: Blair Robinson, Kennedy BY ANDREW TURNER
    Blair Robinson Kennedy Robinson won the triple jump at the Orange County Championships. His mark of 45 feet, 5½ inches leads the county. Boys track O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. Woodbridge 2. Dana Hills 3. Los Alamitos 4. Trabuco Hills 5. Mater Dei 6. Servite
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls lacrosse AOW: Shea O'Donnell, Beckman BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Shea O’Donnell Beckman O’Donnell, a senior midfielder, scored 19 goals with seven assists to lead the Patriots to a 3-0 week. She also had 19 ground balls. O’Donnell scored 10 goals against University, five against Irvine and capped the week with five more in a 19-10 victory against St. Margaret&rs
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys volleyball AOW: Tyler Reindl, Yorba Linda BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Tyler Reindl Yorba Linda High School Reindl had 32 kills, five blocks, six aces and 14 digs in a five-set victory over Villa Park. He followed that with 22 kills, four blocks, five aces and 17 digs in a five-set victory over El Modena. Boys volleyball O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. Huntington Beach 28-0
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys swim O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) By DAN ALBANO
    1. University 2. Corona del Mar 3. Northwood 4. Santa Margarita 5. Dana Hills 6. Edison 7. Mater Dei 8. Foothill 9. San Clemente 10. Newport Harbor
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Boys swim/dive AOW: Colten Young, Crean Lutheran BY DAN ALBANO
    Colten Young Crean Lutheran The 2014 CIF-SS Division 3 diving champion captured the 11-dive Santa Margarita Invitational with a meet-record score of 576.10 points. The sophomore scored two 9.0s on a forward dive pike on the 1-meter springboard. Boys swim O.C. Top 10 (4-27-15) 1. University
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Softball AOW: Kaitlyn Eveland, Loara BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    Kaitlyn Eveland Loara The Saxons senior shortstop went 6 for 7 over the course of the week, hitting a pair of homers, driving in five runs, stealing three bases and drawing two walks. The Michigan State commit was also perfect defensively out on the diamond and is a major reason why Loara sits atop the Golden West Lea
    Mon Apr 27, 2015
  • Girls scholar-athlete: Shea Pone, Villa Park BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    SHEA PONE VILLA PARK SOFTBALL GPA: 4.6 Pone, a senior second baseman, is one of the leading hitters for the Spartans this season. She’s also a member of the Villa Park golf team. She was team captain for three years, earning top scholar athlete honors in both sports. Pone enrolled in
    Mon Apr 27, 2015