IRVINE – Laguna Beach’s girls water polo team felt a little nervous at the start Saturday night and quickly fell behind against Foothill in the CIF-SS Division 1 final.
“We were definitely freaking out,” attacker Bella Baldridge said. “I was kind of surprised (Foothill) came out so hard.”
Aria Fischer scored five goals, Makenzie Fischer added three and Holly Parker made 12 saves as Laguna Beach's girls water polo team capped a perfect season with an 11-6 victory against Foothill in the CIF-SS Division 1 final.
It was the Breakers' second consecutive Division 1 crown.
In Division 2, Haley Ha
IRVINE – The joyful screams from the El Toro players huddled around the championship plaque Saturday night rang with history.
The Chargers claimed their first CIF-SS girls water polo title by rallying past South Coast League rival San Clemente, 5-4, in a dramatic Division 2 final with an ending cut from Olympic legend.
IRVINE – Ocean View’s crowd rose to its feet and cheered Saturday as the Seahawks climbed from the pool after the CIF-SS Division 6 girls water polo final.
For the third consecutive season, Ocean View fell in the section’s biggest splash, falling to top-seeded Pasadena Poly and left-hander Lindsey Kelleher, 10-4,
They’re separated by 16 years, two schools and one playoff division, yet no brother-sister duo will likely be more united at today’s CIF-SS girls water polo championships.
Ethan and Maddy Damato have grown too close to have it any other way.
Today will deliver another batch of memories for the Damato fa
The record board that looms over the pool at El Toro could need some updating thanks to the efforts by the Chargers’ girls water polo team Wednesday night.
Dana Acquah-Asare and Ashley Riley each came up big in overtime as top-seeded El Toro defeated No.4 Murrieta Valley, 11-9, in the CIF-SS Division 2 semifinals at t
IRVINE - Foothill’s girls water polo team re-introduced itself Wednesday night as a CIF-SS Division 1 finalist.
Esteemed coach Bill Barnett said goodbye after 49 years at his beloved Newport Harbor.
Long-standing rivals Foothill and Newport Harbor headed in different directions after the Knights rallied from an early
Laguna Beach’s girls water polo team sprinted to an Orange County milestone over the weekend but the Breakers didn’t get too excited. They remained focused on another goal.
Coach Ethan Damato’s squad took sole possession of the county record for most consecutive victories by notching No. 50 in an 18-5 triumph aga
DIAMOND BAR - Despite a jump up in division and massive turnover on its roster, the Riverside Poly girls water polo team finds itself right back where it was a year ago – one win away from claiming a CIF title. The reigning CIF-SS Division 5 champion Bears defeated Mission Viejo, 11-8, Wednesday night in the Division 4 semifinals.
IRVINE - – Scoring goals during a water polo match is a good thing, but the ability to prevent teams from scoring is equally valuable.
ML King of Riverside turned in another fantastic defensive performance Wednesday afternoon, cruising past Troy, 11-2, during a CIF-SS Division3 semifinal at the Woollett Aquatic Center.