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  • Sage Hill's streak grows

    SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — One win is all Sage Hill School has to show against archrival St. Margaret's in boys' basketball. On Tuesday, the two programs opened Academy League play at St. Margaret's, the site where Sage Hill last beat the Tartans...
  • CdM stumbles into league

    The Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team failed to distinguish itself at the finish of Wednesday's nonleague game at Edison. And, unfortunately for the Sea Kings, that dovetails with a somewhat demoralizing close to their preleague schedule. CdM,...
  • Boys' Basketball: Estancia tripped up by LACES

    The biggest player on the basketball court brought the ball up for the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies. It was a sight to see Evan Battey, a 6-foot-7 sophomore, run the point at Estancia High. Battey looked more like an offensive tackle, yet...
  • Burke bolsters Vanguard bigs

    Burke bolsters Vanguard bigs
    Statistically, sophomore TJ Burke was the least impressive of the Vanguard University men's basketball team's big men who helped the Lions overpower Bethesda in the opening round of the Bill Reynolds Holiday Classic on Tuesday at Vanguard. But when...
  • CdM advances to tournament final

    CHINO HILLS --- Sometimes the Corona del Mar High girls' basketball team meets a team that just can't contend with its size. Walnut certainly had that problem Tuesday night in an Ayala Best in the West Tournament semifinal game. The Mustangs had...
  • UCI deadly from field

    Though the UC Irvine men's basketball program had never played on New Year's Eve, the Anteaters certainly displayed supreme efficiency in getting the ball to drop. The Anteaters made seven of their first 10 field-goal attempts, shot 70% for the second...
  • A year of individual, team success

    A year of individual, team success
    1) April Ross The Costa Mesa resident and Newport Harbor High product was named Most Valuable Player by the Assn. of Volleyball Professionals beach tour and was also USA Volleyball's female beach player of the year after a dominant season with partner...
  • Sailors, Izzi start strong for Coach VanDusen

    Sailors, Izzi start strong for Coach VanDusen
    Things seem to be coming together nicely for the Newport Harbor High girls' basketball team. In her second season as head coach, Shelly VanDusen has a large senior class of eight players. Many of them were coached by VanDusen as freshmen in 2011-12,...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard women win in tournament

    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Vanguard 61, Evangel 56 LA MIRADA — Junior Riley Holsinger scored 24 points to lead the No. 3-ranked Lions on the opening day of the Biola Tournament Friday at Biola. Junior Samantha Doucette added 16 points for the...
  • College Roundup: Lions too much for William Jessup

    MEN'S BASKETBALL Vanguard 97, William Jessup 55 DeAngelo Jones and Keith Mason were both four for four from the field to help the host Lions roll in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Thursday. Jones made all three of his three-point attempts...
  • Women's Basketball: Lions get it rolling

    The months of November and December have provided the Vanguard University women's basketball team plentiful tidings of comfort and joy the last 10 seasons. So, when the No. 3-ranked Lions missed their first six shots, then were just three for 18 from...
  • Eastside celebrates youth group director on his retirement

    Gil Ward can't easily recall the fine details about his sixth-grade basketball tournament experiences at the Boys and Girls Club of the Harbor Area. The team, the coach, the opponents' names — they haven't stuck in his mind decades later. "But I...