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  • Girls cross country O.C. Top 10 (9-22-14) BY ANTONIO MORALES
    1. Capistrano Valley 2. Trabuco Hills 3. Corona del Mar 4. San Clemente 5. Dana Hills 6. Northwood 7. Esperanza T8. JSerra T8. Los ALamitos 10. Tesoro
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Girls cross country AOW: Kelsey Carroll, San Clemente BY ANTONIO MORALES
    Kelsey Carroll San Clemente High School Carroll earned her second win in as many weeks at the Woodbridge Invitational on Saturday. She won the varsity girls rated race with a time of 17:06, 12 seconds better than the next girl. Carroll's time
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Boys cross country O.C. Top 10 (9-22-14) BY ANTONIO MORALES
    1. Brea Olinda 2. Canyon 3. El Toro 4. Tesoro 5. Huntington Beach 6. Edison 7. Dana Hills 8. Woodbridge 9. JSerra 10. Yorba Linda
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Boys cross country AOW: Austin Tamagno, Brea Olinda BY ANTONIO MORALES
    Austin Tamagno Brea Olinda High School Tamagno's late push on Saturday at the Woodbridge Invitational gave him a win in the Doug Speck's boys sweepstakes race. Tamagno ran a 14:04, two seconds better than the second-place finisher. Tamagno'
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Hot Shots: Satuday's tennis (9-20-14)
    Click through the slideshow to see photos from the JSerra vs. Bishop Gorman of Las Vegas match during the Prep Classic Invitational at The Tennis Club on Saturday, Sept. 20.
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Girls scholar-athlete: Corey Levinson, San Juan Hills BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    COREY LEVINSON SAN JUAN HILLS TENNIS GPA: 4.5 Levinson is two-sport athlete, competing in the softball in the spring and tennis in the fall. She is the team captain for the Stallions’ tennis team and part of the No. 1 doubles team. Levinson earned MVP honors last year in tennis an
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Football: How the SoCal Top 20 fared in Week 3 BY DAN ALBANO
    How the SoCal Varsity Top 20 fared in Week 3 1. St. John Bosco, idle 2. Mater Dei, def. Upland, 28-14 3T. Alemany, def. Dorsey, 45-15 3T. Long Beach Poly, lost to Centennial of Corona, 42-34 5. Servite, def. Edison, 42-21 6. Chaminade, def. Birmingham, 45-20 7. Serra, def. Narbonne,
    Mon Sep 22, 2014
  • Girls volleyball: Durango Fall Classic final standings By: DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Here are the final standings for the Durango Fall Classic 1. Assumption - Tournament champion 2. Archbishop Mitty 3T. Redondo Union 3T. Torrey Pines 5. Kamehameha 6. Mira Costa 7. Sacred Heart 8. Flintridge Sacred Heart 9. Santa Margarita 10. Redlands East Val
    Sun Sep 21, 2014
  • Boys scholar-athlete: Sander Kushen, Tesoro BY ANTONIO MORALES
    Sander Kushen Tesoro Cross Country GPA: 4.42 Kushen is one of the leaders for a solid Tesoro boys cross country team, and he earned second-team All-County honors a year ago. Kushen pushes himself academically as well, as his course load cu
    Sun Sep 21, 2014
  • Girls scholar-athlete: Catharine Roddy, Santa Margarita By DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Catharine Roddy Santa Margarita Golf GPA: 4.86 Roddy is one of the top returning golfers in the county. She earned first-team All-County honors last season. She was one of eight county players to qualify for the SoCal Championships and she
    Sun Sep 21, 2014
  • Tamagno tops at Woodbridge Invitational BY ANTONIO MORALES
    IRVINE – Nearly 290 teams came to Orange County Great Park in Irvine on Saturday to compete in one of the biggest cross country meets in the country, the 34th annual Woodbridge Invitational. And those people watched as the county’s best runner earned a hard-fought win. Brea Olinda’s Austin Tamagno held of
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Girls golf: Alyaa Abdulghany, CdM By DAMIAN DOTTORE
    Alyaa Abdulghany Corona del Mar High Scool She fired a 4-under-par 32 on the front nine at Newport Beach Country Club to lead the Sea Kings to a 10-stroke victory against Aliso Niguel.
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Girls tennis: Mikayla Shipley-Rinker, Fullerton By KENNY CONNELLY
    Mikayla Shipley-Rinker Fullerton The Indians’ sophomore has opened eyes early on, compiling an 18-0 record through the first six matches of the season. In a 9-9 match against El Dorado last week, Shipley-Rinker did not drop a single game, which allowed Fullerton
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Friday's football stories, scores, photos and more
    This is the place to find all of OCVarsity's game stories, photos, scores, video and more from the high school football games on Friday: Explosive JSerra tops St. Bonaventure
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • University stays undefeated BY RORDRIGO AZURMENDI
    COSTA MESA – University extended its undefeated streak to three games to start the season after defeating Calvary Chapel, 30-14, in a nonleague game Saturday night at Estancia High. The Trojans struck first on a Sam Winder 9-yard run about five minutes into the first quarter. But the Eagles didn’t have to wait long to
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Santa Ana Valley blanked by Bellflower BY ANDREW TURNER
    SANTA ANA – Just about everything Bellflower tried offensively worked Saturday night. The Buccaneers produced 453 yards of offense in routing Santa Ana Valley, 45-0, in a nonleague game at Santa Ana Stadium. Demetrius Reed completed 15 of 26 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns for Bellflower. Marquise Lowe
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Football: Week 3 stat leaders BY DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Here are the top rushing, receiving and passing leaders from Week 3: RUSHING 1. Moby Contreras, Los Amigos 21 carries, 304 yards, 4 tds 2. Oscar Gomez, St. Margaret's 22 carries, 271 yards, 2 tds 3. Hunter Simmons, Huntington Beach 20 carries, 213 yards, 1 td
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Week 3: Friday's Stars of the Night
    There were many outstanding players on Friday night, but OCVarsity has selected these players as the 'Stars of the Night' for Week 3. OCVARSITY STARS OF THE NIGHT Sam DarnoldSan ClementeWhat he did: The senior quarterback threw for five touchdowns and completed
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Week 3 football scores
    Scores from all of Friday's high school football games: CIF SOUTHERN SECTIONNONLEAGUE Apple Valley 35, Victor Valley 20 Arroyo 27, Rowland 15 Arroyo Grande 31, Pioneer Valley 7 Azusa 20, Arcadia 12 Baldwin Park 49, Ganesha 6 Barstow 62, Sultana 37 Bassett 49, Bos
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Mission Viejo captures Weiss, HB's Anderson absent BY DAN ALBANO
    Mission Viejo’s boys water polo team knows the South Coast League will be challenging, but its move to the Division 2 league won’t define the Diablos’ season. The squad made sure of that Saturday at the Grafton Weiss Memorial Tournament. Mission Viejo defeated Kennedy in overtime, 13-12, and Costa Mesa, 10-8, at
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Tempers flare after Servite defeats Edison (video) By: JONATHAN KHAMIS
    [bc3]3796673130001[/bc3] Postgame shenanigans marred what was a wonderfully played game between Servite and Edison. Edison was offended that Servite stuck to the pass late in the fourth quarter, after the game was well in hand. Servite head coach AJ Gass said he called
    Sat Sep 20, 2014
  • Girls volleyball: Durango Fall Classic, day 1 recap By: DAMIAN CALHOUN
    Santa Margarita was the only county team to go undefeated at the first day of the Durango Fall Classic in Las Vegas. The Eagles, the top-ranked team in the county, swept Shadow Ridge, Long Beach Poly and Liberty in pool 9. Second Laguna Beach (pool 1); Mater Dei (pool 5), Edison (pool 6) and Villa Park (pool 15) all finis
    Fri Sep 19, 2014
  • Explosive JSerra tops St. Bonaventure BY ANTONIO MORALES
    MISSION VIEJO – Opponents have had a tough time figuring out exactly what to try to take away from JSerra’s offense this season. Do they try to take away the running attack of Edward Vander and Aaron Matthews and force the Lions to pass? Or do they attempt to limit three-year starting quarterback Nick Robinso
    Fri Sep 19, 2014
  • Waller, Servite improvise to beat Edison BY STEVE FRYER
    NORWALK – Sometimes it does not look like it. But Servite really does have set plays. Servite quarterback Travis Waller improvised his way to 327 passing yards and four touchdown passes as the Friars beat Edison, 42-21, Friday in a nonleague matchup of top-10 teams at Cerritos College. Waller’s late-game creati
    Fri Sep 19, 2014
  • CdM rises to challenge, wins 30th in a row BY KENNY CONNOLLY
    NEWPORT BEACH – Corona del Mar quarterback Peter Bush remained on his right knee at the 35-yard line immediately following his final snap. The junior quarterback was physically and emotionally drained. The exhaustion only lasted a matter of seconds, however, as Bush’s fellow classmates rushed the field and mobb
    Fri Sep 19, 2014