Anaheim’s boys basketball team lost by 40 points in the first round of the CIF-Southern Section playoffs last season.
That was in Division 1A. Anaheim will be in the playoffs again this season. The Colonists moved up to Division 1AA because the school has one of the larger enrollments in the section.
Beverly Hills won the C
There has been a lot of movement in Orange County's football coaching ranks since the end of the 2015 season.
Here is a list of the coaching moves that have been announced since December:
Capistrano Valley Christian: Eric Preszler (resigned). Rick
OC Varsity covered a lot of the signing day events held locally on Wednesday, but one of them stood out for some pretty big reasons.
Huntington Beach High had 34 athletes take part in its event to honor the school's student-athletes receiving athletic scholarships this year. That is an unusually high number, and it certainly appeared to
Cole Fotheringham is on a mission for his mission.
The All-County tight end for San Clemente’s football team signed with Utah on Wednesday, the first day of the national letter-of-intent signing period for football.
Fotheringham, a senior, will start his Mormon mission shortly after graduating from San Clemente in th
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The Register’s list includes only the sports that can officially sign during this period – football, boys soccer, girls soccer, boys water polo. It also includes athletes who have commitments with non-scholarship institutions (Ivy League schools, service academies).
Orange County high schools held Signing Day celebrations big and small on Wednesday to honor the athletes in football, soccer and boys water polo who were able to officially sign for their college scholarships.
The Register had photographers at many of these events to capture the athletes with their teammates, family and friends on the s
Santa Margarita sports information director Sean Zeitler saw the crowd of football recruits assembling for the picture early Wednesday and offered his assistance.
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San Clemente football teammates Cole Fotheringham and Tucker Scott signed with Utah.
It was not planned that way, but they are happy it turned out that way.
“I committed first, and Cole was still debating,” said Scott, a 6-5, 275-pound All-County offensive lineman. “We’ve been playing togethe
SANTA ANA Mater Dei’s Frank Martin followed USC’s tumultuous season closely.
An early-season head coaching change and associated issues did not alter Martin’s goal – sign a letter of intent with USC, which Martin did Wednesday.
The 6-foot-6, 295-pound offensive lineman was raised to become a Trojan.
ORANGE - Orange Lutheran football coach Chuck Petersen noticed Lj Northington’s leadership skills early.
“He was that guy that always led,” Petersen said. “When he first walked in the door, just because of his personality and he was, so good that the kids always responded to him, but as he became mor
LA HABRA Eric Barriere and Jacob Colacion found themselves in their element at the heart of La Habra’s quad Wednesday morning – shaking hands, bumping fists, taking countless photos with teammates and classmates on the cusp of yet another football-related achievement.
After helping write the latest championship
SANTA ANA A number of their more memorable encounters have occurred when they‘ve been separated by mere inches.
Of course, once a whistle was blown or the ball was snapped, Foothill’s Chris Yaghi and Junior Gaitan would lock horns, Yaghi representing the best of the Knights defensive line and Gaitan holding that
Click through the slideshow to see reader-submitted photos of Orange County athletes signing National Letters of Intent on Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2016.
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There is a quarterback at the top of the list, but this year’s Fab 15 belongs to the wide receivers.
Seven speedy wideouts made the Register’s annual ranking of the best high school recruits from the Western United States heading into National Signing Day on Wednesday.
The group swells to 12 of the 30 players selected
The Register has announced its selections for the Fab 15 teams for 2016.
FAB 15: SECOND TEAM
Rank, player name, school, position, commitment
16. Michael Pittman, Oaks Christian (Westlake Village), ATH., USC (signed)
17. Curtis Robinson, Mater