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    Swim: Edison grad Tom Shields breaks own American record

    August 27th, 2014, 8:21 pm by BY DAN ALBANO

    Former Edison and Ca swimmer Tom Shields broke his American short-courd record by capturing the 200-meter butterfly in 1:50.08 at a FINA World Cup meet in Doha, Qatar.

    Shields also moved closer to the world record of 1:48.56 set by Chad Le Clos of South Africa in 2013.

    Please send swimming news to Dan Albano at dalbano@ocregister.com

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    McLaughlin grabs bronze at Pan Pacific champs

    August 21st, 2014, 10:46 am by BY DAN ALBANO

    Santa Margarita senior swimmer and reigning Register female athlete of the year Katie McLaughlin claimed a major international medal Thursday at the Pan Pacific Championships in Gold Coast, Australia.

    The 17-year-old from the Mission Viejo Nadadores club finished third in the 200-meter butterfly with a lifetime-best time of 2 minutes, 7.08 seconds, eighth fastest in the world this year.

    McLaughlin's time also ranks second all-time for U.S. girls in the 17-18 age-group, just off the Kathleen Hersey's 2008 age-group record of 2:06.96.

    American Cammile Adams, 22, won in 2:06.61 while Japan's Natsumi Hoshi, 24, took the silver in 2:06.68. Adams became the first U.S. woman to claim gold in the 200 fly at Pan Pac's since Summer Sanders in 1991.

    McLaughlin also likely claimed a spot on the U.S. team for next summer's FINA World Championships in Russia. The Register's reigning female swimmer of the year emerged from the Phillips 66 Nationals Championships and Pan Pacific Championships -- the two qualifying meets for Worlds -- as the No. 2-ranked American woman to Adams in the 200 fly.

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    Swim: McLaughlin among the contenders for Day 1 of Nationals

    August 5th, 2014, 11:37 pm by BY DAN ALBANO

    What to watch Wednesday at the Phillips 66 National Championships

    Where: William Woollett Jr. Aquatics Center

    Events: 200-meter butterfly, 100 free, women’s 800 free, men’s 1,500 free

    Times: Prelims, 9 a.m.; finals, 6 p.m.

    Preview: While Michael Phelps could be part of a blistering final in the men’s 100 free, Katie Ledecky, 17, might emerge as the star of the night in the 800 free, one of world-record events. “There’s a good amount of focus (for me) on this meet,” she said Tuesday. Former Edison and Cal standout Tom Shields, Katie McLaughlin,pictured, of the Mission Viejo Nadadores and Santa Margarita High and Corey Okubo of Aquazot are contenders in the 200 butterfly. Ex-Nadadore Chloe Sutton, now living in North Carolina, also could be in the mix in the 800.

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    Notebook: Los Alamitos' Telenko passes first test

    July 12th, 2014, 5:07 pm by BY ANTONIO MORALES

    The bracket-makers for Edison's "Battle at the Beach" passing tournament on Saturday didn't do Los Alamitos any favors.

    In the Griffins' bracket was defending Open Division state champion St. John Bosco, Open division regional runner up Centennial of Corona, and 2012 Division 2 state champion Serra of Gardena.

    Los Alamitos went 1-2 in group play and 1-3 overall, but secured one of the biggest upsets of the day when it defeated St. John Bosco, 20-19, in the first round of pool play.

    Leading the way was junior quarterback Jack Telenko, who looked stellar against a young, inexperienced St. John Bosco defense.

    Telenko is transfer from Tesoro.

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    Baseball: Five O.C. players on All-State first team

    July 7th, 2014, 10:44 am by By STEVE FRYER

    Five Orange County players were named to the CalHiSports All-California baseball first team released Monday.

    The county’s first-team selections are pitchers Griffin Canning of Santa Margarita and Scott Schultz of Fountain Valley; infielders Josh Morgan of Orange Lutheran and Brian Schales of Edison; and utility Parker Joe Robinson of JSerra.

    All five county players on the all-state first team were All-Orange County first team. Robinson was county player of the year.

    Morgan was selected in the third round by the Texas Rangers in last month’s draft. Schales was a fourth-round pick of the Miami Marlins. The Colorado Rockies took Canning in the 38th round.

    Nine county players made CalHiSports’ all-state second team: Nathan Rodriguez, catcher, El Dorado; Matt Ruff, catcher, Valencia, Noah Davis, pitcher, Huntington Beach; Tristan Hildebrandt, infielder, Esperanza; Louis Raymond, outfielder, Dana Hills; Hudson Hughes, utility, Foothill; and Kyle Molnar, utility.

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    Boys water polo: Costa Mesa goalie checks in at Edison

    June 23rd, 2014, 2:52 pm by By DAN ALBANO

    Costa Mesa all-league water polo goalie James Rydjeski has transferred to Edison, Chargers boys water polo coach Diggy Riley reports.

    Rydjeski will be a senior in the fall.

    He racked up 319 saves last season for the Mustangs, who reached the Division 2 playoffs.

    Rydjeski joins an Edison team looking to reload after graduating a talented senior class from its Division 1 playoff team, including goalie Nick Halloran.

    Please send water polo news to Dan Albano at dalbano@ocregister.com

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    Girls cross country: Edison's Brierly to add on girls duties

    June 9th, 2014, 11:21 am by ANTONIO MORALES

    Edison boys cross country coach Brian Brierly will also be the Chargers' new girls cross country coach, according to the school's athletic director Rich Boyce.

    Brierly will be replacing Jeanne Formosa.

    Formosa resigned from her positions of girls cross country coach and girls track and field last month due to personal reasons, according to Boyce. She was the girls cross country coach for nine years prior to resigning.

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    Baseball Draft: Morgan first O.C. player selected

    June 6th, 2014, 11:30 am by BY ANTONIO MORALES AND STEVE FRYER

    Three Orange County high school players were selected on Day 2 of the Major League Baseball Draft.

    The first local product selected Friday was Orange Lutheran’s Josh Morgan.

    Morgan, a shortstop with a slick glove and an improving bat, was taken in the third round with the 95th pick overall by the Texas Rangers.

    “Last night was rough,” Morgan said about the first day of the draft going by without his name being called. “I originally thought I was going to be a top 50, 60 pick, but I knew I was going today.

    “I am so excited to be a Texas Ranger, and in a way, I get to stay on the West Coast. I’m excited to see what they have in store for me, and to show them what I can do.”

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    Boys lacrosse: Edison coach Prieto resigns

    June 2nd, 2014, 11:35 am by ANTONIO MORALES

    Edison boys lacrosse coach Robert Prieto resigned today due to personal reasons, according to the school's athletic director Rich Boyce.

    It was the Chargers first season with a boys lacrosse program, and Prieto guided Edison to a 7-8 record.

    Boyce expressed gratitude for Prieto, who helped the program with its initial building blocks.

    "We are very thankful for him," Boyce said.

    Boyce also said if anybody is interested in the job, to email him at: rboyce@hbuhsd.edu.

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    Track and field: CIF-SS Masters Meet roundup

    May 31st, 2014, 3:00 pm by ANTONIO MORALES

    Here are some notes from Friday's CIF-SS Masters Meet. The top six in each event moved on to state this upcoming week. Athletes could also advance to state if they hit a certain state-qualifying mark, which varied for each event: 

    Mater Dei's Malik McMorris showed off his versatility on Friday.

    McMorris cleared the state-qualifying mark of 57-09 in the shot put when he recorded a 58-07.00 on his final throw of the day.

    In the discus, McMorris threw for a state-leading 192-11. McMorris was the only boy in the CIF-SS to move on to state in both events.

    Tesoro sophomore Amanda Gehrich impressed with a 4:46.53 in the girls 1,600 to finish third. She was the only county girl to qualify for state in the race.

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