Archive for the 'Santa Margarita' Tag Under 'OC Varsity' Category

    Santa Margarita loses RB, Buena Park adds top WR

    June 24th, 2015, 10:27 pm by BY DAN ALBANO

    The transfer winds whipping around Orange County football have produced two more noteworthy player moves.

    Santa Margarita running back Dre Hall has enrolled at Moreno Valley and rising Yorba Linda wide receiver Jeremiah Hawkins has enrolled at Buena Park, coaches at the players' new schools confirmed Wednesday.

    The senior-to-be Hall (6-0, 215) led the Eagles in rushing last season with 585 yards on a team-high 128 carries. He enrolled at Moreno Valley in February, Moreno Valley coach Ted Wadkins said. Hall's bother, Prince, was a standout at Moreno Valley and played at Alabama.

    Hawkins (5-9, 180) tweeted Wednesday that he has been offered by Nebraska, which has a commitment from his B2G passing league teammate, quarterback Patrick O'Brien of San Juan Hills.

    Hawkins is related to former Buena Park standout Jaylinn Hawkins, now at Cal, Coyotes coach Anthony White confirmed.

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    Adrease Jackson transfers to Santa Margarita

    June 23rd, 2015, 8:21 am by By STEVE FRYER

    Adrease Jackson, who was All-Orange County last season as a sophomore at Tesoro, has transferred to Santa Margarita, his father Ben Jackson reported via email today.

    Santa Margarita athletic director Richard Schaaf confirmed that Jackson enrolled at Santa Margarita.

    Adrease Jackson, a 6-foot-8 forward, averaged a team-high 18 points and eight rebounds a game for Tesoro this past season. He was named All-Orange County fourth team.

    Jackson was one of only two sophomores to receive All-County status; the other was Kaden Rasheed, a sophomore guard at Santa Margarita last season who was named to the third team.

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    St. Browns enroll at Mater Dei

    June 22nd, 2015, 11:28 am by By STEVE FRYER

    Highly rated prospect Osiris St. Brown and his brother Amon-Ra St. Brown have enrolled at Mater Dei, Mater Dei athletic director Phil Bellomo confirmed today.

    The St. Brown brothers withdrew from Servite at the end of the 2014-15 school year.

    Osiris St. Brown, who will be a junior this coming school year, played receiver on the Servite varsity in 2014. Amon-Ra, who will be a sophomore, played running back and safety on the Friars freshman team.

    Osiris is among the top junior-to-be receiver prospects in California. He has scholarship offers from several colleges including Miami, Michigan and Notre Dame. Osiris, 6-foot-1 and 178 pounds, last year had 19 receptions and averaged 19 yards a reception.

    Bellomo did not know today if the St. Browns would make the change of residence that would make them eligible all season or if they would not move and thus have to sit out the first month of the 2015 season before becoming athletically eligible.

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    Baseball: Saturday games

    May 15th, 2015, 7:38 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    Four games are on the Orange County baseball schedule Saturday (May 16).

    Garden Grove at Santiago, and Rancho Alamitos at La Quinta.Both at 9 a.m.

    Those Garden Grove League games are make-up games from Thursday. Both games were underway Thursday when rains forced postponement. Both must start from the beginning (according to the league constitution), which is bad news for Grove, which was leading Santiago, 4-0, and La Quinta, which was leading Rancho, 3-2.

    There all kinds of playoff scenarios from those games, too many to recount here. It is complicated.

    Also Saturday: JSerra at Santa Margarita at 9 a.m.; Servite at Mater Dei, 9 a.m.

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    Baseball: Some games with big implications

    May 14th, 2015, 12:32 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    There are a few playoff berths to be settled. A look at a couple of leagues ...

    Empire -- Cypress is the league champion and will go to the Division 1 playoffs as the league's No. 1 playoff representative. If today Pacifica (6-3 in league) beats Valencia (5-4), Pacifica is the league's No. 3 team -- the league's final playoff berth. If Valencia beats Pacifica, they both finish 6-4 in league. The first tiebreaker is how those teams did vs. the league champion. Valencia was 1-1 vs. Cypress, Pacifica was 0-2. So, a Valencia win today gives the Tigers the No. 3 spot. Tustin is going to the playoffs, but whether as a No. 2 or No. 3 is to be determined.

    Note: Valencia-Pacifica rained out; awaiting rescheduling information.

    Trinity League -- JSerra and Orange Lutheran are 1-2, respectively. Up for grabs between Mater Dei (7-7 in league) and Santa Margarita (6-8) is the No. 3 berth, the final playoff berth in the Trinity League. If Mater Dei beats Servite today, then Mater Dei is the league's No. 3 team. If Santa Margarita beats JSerra and Mater Dei loses, then Santa Margarita and Mater Dei finish at 7-8 each. As Santa Margarita won two of three against Mater Dei, Santa Margarita would go as the No. 3 team.

    Note: Servite at Mater Dei has been rescheduled for Friday, 6 p.m., at Mater Dei. JSerra at Santa Margarita was moved to a Saturday, 9 a.m. start.

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    Baseball: Fryer's top 10

    May 11th, 2015, 10:25 am by By STEVE FRYER

    The Register's Orange County Media Poll, the county top 10 we publish, is a poll of five media members. I am one of the five voters. Here is how I voted. It is not the final top 10, just one vote of five.

    How I voted today ...

    1. JSerra (22-4-1), 2. Huntington Beach (19-8), 3. San Clemente (21-6), 4. Orange Lutheran (19-8), 5. Aliso Niguel (17-11), 6. Dana Hills (23-6), 7. Fountain Valley (19-9), 8. Tesoro (19-8), 9. Mission Viejo (19-10), 10. El Dorado (18-8).

    Also considered (alphabetical order): Beckman (16-8); Capistrano Valley (11-16-1 – yeah, I see that record, but CV still in the hunt for championship of an excellent league, the South Coast); Cypress (19-7); Foothill (20-7); and Santa Margarita (16-11).

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    Baseball: Fryer's top 10

    May 4th, 2015, 12:03 pm by By STEVE FRYER

    The top 10 is a poll of media members. This is how I voted. This is not the final top 10. This is only one of five ballots. It is my ballot. This is not the top 10, or the Regsiter media poll's final top 10 for this week. Just one vote.

    1. JSerra (20-4 overall, 7-2 league); 2. Huntington Beach (16-7, 8-1); 3. Dana Hills (22-5, 4-4); 4. San Clemente (18-6, 7-1); 5. Orange Lutheran (17-7, 5-4); 6. Aliso Niguel (16-10, 6-4); 7. Fountain Valley (18-8, 7-4); 8. Tesoro (18-7, 5-5); 9. El Dorado (17-7, 8-0); 10. Mission Viejo (19-8, 7-1).

    Considered: Cypress (17-9, 5-1); Foothill (19-7, 8-0); Los Alamitos (12-11, 5-5); Santa Margarita (15-9, 5-4)

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    Football: Santa Margarita hopes transfer Crawford will play in opener

    May 1st, 2015, 10:09 am by BY DAN ALBANO

    Santa Margarita believes wide receiver Dylan Crawford, a standout transfer from St. Francis High of La Canada, is in the process of making a valid change of residence that could make him eligible for the Eagles' season-opener, Eagles associate athletic director Doug Williams said Friday.

    Crawford, a  6-foot-1, 175-pound junior, is currently slated to observe the CIF-Southern Section's Sit-Out-Period and miss the Eagles' first five games because he hasn't made a change of residence, Williams said. But once Crawford makes a valid change of residence, Williams said Santa Margarita will conduct the proper verification and re-file Crawford's transfer paperwork to the CIF-SS.

    Crawford's transfer process includes St. Francis' review and a decision by the section, Williams said. Santa Margarita has discussed Crawford's transfer with the CIF-SS office, Williams said.

    One of the requirements for Crawford will be to move into a different public school boundary, Williams said.

    The Trinity League school filed transfer paperwork with the CIF-SS so Crawford could participate in track this spring and the junior observed the Sit-Out-Period.

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    Swim: Thursday's leaderboard led by Santa Margarita-JSerra girls

    May 1st, 2015, 9:32 am by BY DAN ALBANO


    Academy League



    Trinity League

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    Girls swim: Wang edges McLaughlin in historic 200 IM

    April 30th, 2015, 4:16 pm by BY DAN ALBANO

    For the first time in Orange County swimming history, two girls raced under 2 minutes in the 200-yard individual medley in the same race.

    It happened moments ago Thursday as JSerra's Sonia Wang held off Santa Margarita's Katie McLaughlin to capture the race in the teams' Trinity League dual meet at Santa Margarita.

    Wang touched in 1:59.68 while McLaughlin finished in 1:59.84. The pair congratulated each other afterward and deservedly so.

    Wang and McLaughlin became only the fourth and fifth girls in county history to break 2 minutes in the 200 IM.

    More coverage to come

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