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  • Briefs

    Dent vs. Federer Former Corona del Mar High tennis standout Taylor Dent will play world No. 2 Roger Federer in a second-round match Thursday at the If Stockholm Open in Sweden. Dent, 29, is playing in his first tournament since making it to the Round of...
  • Teenager composer, pianist lets fingers 'do the walking'

    Teenager composer, pianist lets fingers 'do the walking'
    NEWPORT BEACH — At 17, Michael Fleming has written the musical score for the upcoming "Our Town" production, which will open Friday night at Vanguard University in Costa Mesa. A junior at the Orange County High School of the Arts in Santa Ana,...
  • College Roundup

    MEN'S SOCCER UC Irvine 7, Cal State Fullerton 2 IRVINE — The No. 8-ranked Anteaters had seven different goal scorers in the Big West Conference match Saturday. Zach Olow, Spencer Thompson, Joel Bagby, Brett Berman, Amani Walker, Corey Attaway and...
  • King turns page with Eagles

    Taylor King extended his long left arm, and snatched a rebound off the glass. He flicked a hard outlet pass to his point guard, and sprinted to fill the lane. He spotted up in a most familiar place, the three-point line. He put his hand up to let his...
  • 'Eaters capture spoils

    Junior defender CoCo Goodson and senior goalkeeper Danielle de Seriere, who helped the UC Irvine women's soccer team clinch the program's first Big West Conference title, have been named conference players of the week. Goodson, who scored two game-...
  • 10 years of a dream

    10 years of a dream
    NEWPORT COAST — It usually takes one person to catalyze a movement, but it takes a group of people to pull it off. That's Dori Koll's synopsis on how Sage Hill School, a small private high school she helped found, opened its doors and corridors 10...
  • Classically Trained: Stories from a more musically golden age

    Classically Trained: Stories from a more musically golden age
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — No passersby recognized him, but I didn't find that surprising. They were too busy hustling to and from the last day of Oktoberfest celebrations at the Old World Village. But a few stopped momentarily to hear the group of five...
  • Local heads to Stanford

    Newport Harbor High senior girls' water polo player Catherine Carpenter has verbally commited to Stanford, she said Tuesday. Carpenter is a key defender for the Sailors and one of two projected returning starters. She earned second-team All-Sunset...
  • The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed

    The Harbor Report: Many festivities to be enjoyed
    There is a lot going on around the harbor this week, so let's jump aboard the "Showboat" and take a harbor cruise. Everyone, please remember to stay seated and keep your hands in the boat, and if you remember the Jungle Cruise at Disneyland, the...
  • Turner-led Anteaters begin climb

    First-year coach Russ Turner has a vision for UC Irvine men's basketball that includes becoming a power in the Big West Conference, a noteworthy mid-major program that competes in the NCAA Tournament, and also capturing a market share of the Orange County...
  • It's A Gray Area: The spirit that moves them at Vanguard

    We have a real gem in our midst, which is Vanguard University of Southern California, and everyone should be aware and proud of it. As I hope you know, this four-year Christian university, which has an enrollment of 1,457 undergraduates and 703...
  • Illinois claims opener

    CHAMPAGNE, Ill. — Senior guard Darren Moore scored 15 of his team-best 18 points in the second half, but visiting UC Irvine could not overcome a sluggish first half in a 79-65 season-opening nonconference men's basketball loss at No. 13-ranked...