SANTA ANA – For about a quarter and a half against Cypress on Friday night, Tesoro played almost flawless basketball. The open man was always found, seemingly every basket was accompanied by an ... Full story
TORRANCE - Disruption was the name of the game Thursday night.
The No. 8 Santa Margarita girls basketball team tried to limit standout West Torrance sophomore forward Jasmine Jones with a zone defense and the Warriors blanketed the Eagles with an ag... Full story
The Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix this week isn’t necessarily about winning for the three Orange County teams entering the elite tournament.
All three coaches – Mater Dei’s Kevin Kiernan, Brea Olinda’s Jeff Sink and... Full story
BREA – Brea Olinda was impressive in phases Friday night.
In the first quarter against visiting Fairmont Prep, the Ladycats shot the lights out. In the second quarter, they overcame shooting woes with key offensive rebounds. In the second half... Full story
Brea Olinda’s Jeff Sink likes to joke that he started coaching when Moses was still a point guard.
That longevity has also featured a ton of success, and the coach, who has won six state titles and is in his 32nd year of coaching girls basketb... Full story
The Register and OC Varsity have put together their preview for the 2014-15 girls basketball season.
It is appearing now online, and it will be included in Saturday's OC Varsity section of the Register.
Click on the links to check it out:
O.C. TOP... Full story
The Register's list of the Top 10 Players to Watch for the 2014-15 season.
TOP 10 PLAYERS TO WATCH
Santa Margarita, So.
The 5-foot-9 guard was Orange County’s top freshman last season, leading the Eag... Full story
THE REGISTER'S O.C. TOP 10 FOR 2014-15:
1. MATER DEI: The Monarchs will have plenty of talent to surround Katie Lou Samuelson, but Mater Dei is ranked at the top of the county because it returns the top player in the country. Samuelson, a Connecticu... Full story
One of Orange County’s most dynamic and exiting scorers likely won’t be able to participate this season, impacting not only her own decorated high school career, but also the prospects of one of the county’s best teams.
Coco Miller... Full story