Fountain Valley High School
The sophomore upset Marina’s No. 1 singles player, Max Cancilla, to cap a stellar 3-0 singles performance last Tuesday for the Barons. Nguyen maintained that momentum in Fountain Valley’s win over Edison on Thursday, as he did not drop a single game in any o
WALNUT – While first-place finishes are nice, Orange County athletes took progression over wins at the Mt. SAC Relays on Saturday.
In the field events, Los Alamitos’ Mackenna Howard, who is fifth in the all-time county annals for girls shot put, recorded a personal best of 47 feet, 9 inches, which placed her third in t
Mission Viejo’s Alexandra Caplan collected another title at the Santa Margarita Diving Invitational on Saturday.
The San Diego State-bound senior captured the 11-dive competition with a score of 586.30 at Santa Margarita.
Caplan won the Mission Viejo Invitational on April 5 with a score of 530.85.
At the Arcadia Invitational, Johansson cleared 16 feet, eight inches in the pole vault, improving on his already state-leading best height. The performance moved him into a tie for the second-best mark all-time in county history with St. Margaret’s Johnny Quinn, who
Howard came in third in the shot put at the Arcadia Invitational. Her throw of 47 feet, 81/2 inches puts her at fifth all-time for shot put in the county record books. She leads leading the county this season and is fourth in the state.
Huntington Beach senior-to-be wide receiver Nolan Thompson (6-4, 195) has been offered by Air Force, Oilers football coach Eric Lo reports.
The Falcons are the first school to offer Thompson, one of the key players for the reigning Southwest Division champion Oilers. He had 50 receptions for 551 yards last season.
Corona del Mar sophomore running back Anthony Battista has enrolled at Tesoro, CdM coach Scott Meyer confirmed Friday.
Battista, who split carries with Cole Martin this past season, ran for 1,052 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2013 while averaging 6.88 yards per carry. Corona del Mar won the CIF Southern
And down the stretch they come.
The conclusion of the Hard 9 National Classic and Ryan Lemmon Invitational tournaments this week means that the baseball season is all about league games from now until the playoffs begin May 20.
Some teams are right where they were expected to be in their league standings. Sonora is on top in the
LONG BEACH – The glistening new, outdoor pool nestled near the beach and framed by palm trees seemingly found an ideal match at the Klaus Barth Invitational on Friday night.
A fresh-faced Orange County program made its biggest splash at the invitational in years, offering attractive times and promise in the spirit of Belmont Plaza&
Western has hired Dan Davidson as its football coach, the former offensive and defensive coordinator at Loara confirmed Friday.
Davidson was a varsity assistant the past nine seasons at Loara under Dean Lappin. He also has been the girls basketball coach at Loara the past three seasons, but he has resigned that post.
ANAHEIM – There are eight games remaining in the regular season for the Savanna baseball team.
Coach Rick Parmenter hopes Friday’s effort was a glimpse of what the rest of the season has in store for the Rebels.
Savanna, behind a complete game from sophomore Michael Kashou and a three-RBI game from Ra
PLAYER OF THE YEAR
Mater Dei, Guard, 6-7, Sr.
Season highlights: The Register’s Player of the Year, Trinity League player of the year, the CIF-SS Open Division player of the year, state player of the year, national player of the year &h
ANAHEIM - What Jason Medina knows of the day he blacked out has been pieced together over time by loved ones who witnessed what happened.
Medina was an eighth-grader in 2010 and a sprinter at South Junior High in Anaheim. He remembers taking part in a track meet with classmates and students from neighboring schools.
The following is the most obvious sentence you will read all day.
Stanley Johnson is the Register’s Orange County boys basketball player of the year.
Johnson, a 6-foot-7 senior at Mater Dei, led the county in scoring at 25 points a game. He averaged 8.1 rebounds, 3.9 assists and 2.5 steals.
He has played in a
Swimmers often like to use yearly time comparisons to spot progress and draw motivation.
Capistrano Valley’s Brooke Lorentzen, one of Orange County’s best distance swimmers, has found both in the 500-yard freestyle.
In late March last spring, she clocked a time of 4 minutes, 56.19 seconds in the 500 freestyle i
The Canyon boys basketball team did not look like a CIF champion when its starting five took the court.
The tallest guy was 6-foot-2. The point guard was a scrawny 5-10.
But this was a team that won a league championship, went 30-5 and, yes, was a CIF champion.
For getting the maximum out of the Comanches, Canyon’s
Nick Zapotoczny finished with a 3-under-par 69 on Friday on the Lion's Paw Golf Links of Ocean Ride Plantation to help Edison shoot a 10-over-par 298 and take the lead in the Championship Flight after the first round of the Palmetto High School Championship in Ocean Isle Beach, N.C.
The Chargers hold a five stroke lead over Charlot
HUNTINGTON BEACH – Some pitchers tend to pitch, others tend to throw.
In his first two seasons at Huntington Beach, you could have put Noah Davis’ name in the thrower category.
Davis split time between shortstop and pitcher on the freshmen team before being moved to the mound full time as a sophomore, his first
White, a four-year starter, is an outside hitter for the Timberwolves. He has been selected to the all-tournament team at the O.C Championships (Division 2) the last two years. He has been the team captain for two years. White is currently en