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April Fools' Day

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  • Estancia sprinter continues to shine

    Estancia sprinter continues to shine
    In third grade, right before lunch, a teacher let Persis William-Mensah and the rest of the class out early. The kids found out they were going for a little exercise.
  • A much bigger prize at stake this time

    A much bigger prize at stake this time
    Minutes within talking to his new football team for the first time, Scott Meyer brought up bringing a CIF Southern Section title to Corona del Mar High. Keep in mind that Meyer had never coached or played in a section title game. The meeting came inside...

    High Schools: Locals on upward path

    High Schools: Locals on upward path
    Two former Corona del Mar High boys' soccer standouts are teaming up on the pitch for another team overseas this month. Jack McBean and Grady Howe left for Spain on Sunday,April Fool's Day. This is no joke, though. The two are with the Los Angeles...

    High School Football: Meyer guides CdM to title game again

    High School Football: Meyer guides CdM to title game again
    Win or lose, Coach Scott Meyer always meets with his Corona del Mar High football team near one of the end zones on the field. He goes over the game, stresses the positives, and never singles out a player for making a mistake. Earlier in the year,...

    A Word, Please: Losing the apostrophe isn't always an option

    Not long ago I wrote a column about how sometimes in terms like "teachers' union" and "homeowners' policy" the apostrophe is optional. If you really mean that the first noun possesses the second, an apostrophe makes sense. But if the first noun is...