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Bittersweet ending for St. Margaret's
CARSON – The official signaled touchdown on the final play and St. Margaret’s players mobbed Charlie Beall for a wild celebration that featured lifted helmets and spirits. For the next several moments at StubHub Center, the final numbers... Full story
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Canyon ends Sonora's run in North O.C. tourney
LA HABRA - Sonora will not celebrate a “three-peat” in its tournament this year. Canyon beat Sonora, 74-73, on Friday in a semifinal of the North Orange County Championships that Sonora has organized and managed since 1976. Canyon (7-2)... Full story
Servite struggles in loss to Buchanan
SAN CLEMENTE - Servite has scored two own-goals this season, the most recent Friday night at San Clemente High. This time, it turned out to be a game-winner. An uncharacteristic defensive lapse by the Friars in the 37th minute gave Buchanan of Clov... Full story
Servite dominates first day of Mann Classic
ORANGE – Depending on your perspective, the Servite wrestling team is either halfway to another impressive showing in a tournament or already there. One week after a second-place finish at the Clovis West Shootout, the Friars kicked off the fi... Full story
Tesoro advances to Elks final
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 assist, the Titans were opportunistic on defense a... Full story
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Loss hurts, but St. Margaret's still smiling
CARSON - The mood was surprisingly upbeat. No heads hanging. No one in need of consoling. In fact, the St. Margaret’s sideline at StubHub Center looked like a USC football tailgate as their players and fans waved two fingers in the air. &ldq... Full story
Newport Harbor wins Battle of Bay for coach
NEWPORT BEACH – There are few rivalries on the level of the “Battle of Bay” meetings between the Newport Harbor and Corona del Mar water polo teams. Bill Barnett has been a coach at Newport Harbor since 1966 and witnessed these rem... Full story
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Huntington Beach's Wolf is 2014 boys water polo player of the year
An early-season coaching change stirred waves of controversy. The Sunset League offered long-established currents of resistance. And the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs again tugged to pull Alex Wolf and his teammates under. But Wolf didn’t budge. ... Full story
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2014 All-County boys water polo team
FIRST TEAM ALEX WOLF Huntington Beach, GK, Senior The Register’s player of the year . Read abut Wolf. MARKO ASIC Dana Hills, attacker, Senior The South Coast League MVP scored 97 goals and added a team-high 70 assists and 59 steals to lead the ... Full story
Aliso Niguel's Ruddins in 2014 girls volleyball player of the year
The CIF-SS title was quickly slipping away from the Aliso Niguel girls volleyball team. The Wolverines, who had lost just five sets all season, dropped the first two against Santiago of Corona in the Division 1A final. That’s when senior outs... Full story
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Basketball:

Costa Mesa 17, Newport Harbor 65 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed

Basketball:

Valley Christian 63, Newport Harbor 51 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed

Football:

Central Catholic 14, St. Margaret's 0 - 09:51 2nd QT - Completed

Basketball:

Corona del Mar 30, Foothill 49 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed

Soccer:

San Clemente 0, Edison 3 - 33:00 2nd Half - Completed

Water Polo:

Murrieta Valley 9, El Toro 10 - 07:00 4th QT - Completed

Football:

St. Margaret's 14, El Cajon Christian 7 - 08:44 2nd QT - Completed

Soccer:

Tesoro 1, El Dorado 0 - 40:59 2nd Half - Completed

Soccer:

Newport Harbor 1, Corona del Mar 0 - 00:00 2nd Half - Completed

Basketball:

JSerra 42, Eisenhower 46 - 00:00 4th QT - Completed