HUNTINGTON BEACH – Even from afar Saturday, it seemed clear that Santa Margarita’s KJ Costello received positive words from several St. John Bosco players as he navigated the teams’ postgame handshake at the Edison passing tournamen... Full story
FULLERTON – Adam Connette decided weeks ago that he would play Thursday’s Brea Lions Orange County All-Star Game for someone other than himself.
The Orange Lutheran wide receiver selected his mother.
“She doesn’t really have... Full story
Servite senior-to-be quarterback Travis Waller (6-3 1/2, 195) said Tuesday that he has updated his top-four college choices.
Waller has added Oregon to his mix after the Ducks recently offered him a scholarship. The Pac-12 heavyweight now ranks wi... Full story
Catching up on some football recruiting news:
* Cypress junior wide receiver/defensive back Quinten Pounds (6-1, 180) has been offered by Washington State and is receiving interest from Cal, San Diego State and San Jose State, Centurions f... Full story
NOTE TO OUR READERS: This list consists of athletes who officially signed their letters of intent Wednesday.
The only athletes who can sign during this period are those who participate in the following sports: boys and girls basketball, baseball, so... Full story
First-team All-County safety Johnny Johnson of Mater Dei, Penn-bound defensive lineman/tight end Louis Vecchio of Villa Park and All-CIF quarterback Scott Lloyd of Fullerton highlight the North roster selections for the Brea Lions Orange County North... Full story
Best morning ever.
That’s how Santa Margarita sophomore quarterback KJ Costello views what happened to him Tuesday.
At about 6:30 a.m., Costello received his first scholarship offer and it came from the reigning national champion: Florida Sta... Full story
Mater Dei junior tight end Kyle Penniston (6-5, 235) has committed to Wisconsin, his father, Scott, confirmed Tuesday.
Penniston had 11 receptions for 131 yards last season but is a talented receiver who is looking for a breakout season on the ... Full story
Servite football coach A.J. Gass was returning to his office one day in December when he noticed a line of college coaches waiting for him.
“I walked in from my P.E. class and there were five coaches waiting,” he recalled this week.
&ld... Full story