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  • Boys' Basketball: Sage Hill's dramatic win stops losing streak against Brethren Christian

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — It had been seven seasons since Coach Jeff Beeler last led the Sage Hill School boys' basketball team past Brethren Christian. The losing skid stood at 13 games. Sage Hill finally put an end to its losing ways against Brethren...
  • College Roundup: OCC takes down Riverside in men's basketball

    MEN'S BASKETBALL Orange Coast 63, Riverside 59 Freshman Davaysia Hagger led four Pirates in double figures with 18 points and he added 10 rebounds in the Orange Empire Conference game Friday. Hagger made six of eight field-goal attempts. DeAndre...
  • High School Roundup: CdM girls' water polo upset by San Marcos

    GIRLS' WATER POLO San Marcos 6, Corona del Mar 5 The Sea Kings, ranked No. 4 in CIF Southern Section Division 1, were upset by No. 6 San Marcos in an Irvine Southern California Championships quarterfinal game Friday at CdM. Maddie Musselman and...
  • Boys' Basketball: CMHS wins, but Bell goes to Estancia

    Boys' Basketball: CMHS wins, but Bell goes to Estancia
    While half of the six high school boys' basketball teams in the Orange Coast League went into Friday in contention for a league title, Costa Mesa and Estancia played for the Costa Mesa city championship. The winner of the cross-town rivalry between...
  • Men's Basketball: Aggies subdue 'Eaters

    Visiting UC Davis left the nation's top three-point shooter, one of the top scorers in the land, and one of the top guards in the country on the bench Thursday. But the Aggies brought everything else, including enough determination and skill to overcome...
  • Girls' Basketball: Eagles keep Bell

    Girls' Basketball: Eagles keep Bell
    A half-court shooting contest was featured Thursday night at Costa Mesa High, at halftime of the second Battle for the Bell girls' basketball game. Costa Mesa athletic director Sharon Uhl invited students from both schools down to the court to shoot for...
  • Girls' Basketball: CdM makes history

    Girls' Basketball: CdM makes history
    IRVINE — Maria King counts a game at Woodbridge High in 2011-12 as one of the worst experiences of her Corona del Mar High girls' basketball career. CdM already trailed that game by 17 points after the first quarter. The Sea Kings ended up...
  • Boys' Basketball: Sea Kings stay perfect in league

    Boys' Basketball: Sea Kings stay perfect in league
    IRVINE — Ryan Schachter almost didn't coach the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team on Tuesday night. He dealt with a stomach virus and a headache that wouldn't go away. The conditions worsened when he learned that his top assistant, Jason...
  • College Roundup: VU baseball falls to Redlands

    BASEBALL Redlands 9, Vanguard 5 REDLANDS — Brandon Sandoval was three for five with two runs and one run batted in and Paul Keating had two hits and two RBIs for the visiting Lions in the nonconference game Wednesday. Vanguard, which was outhit,...
  • JC Men's Basketball: Hagger propels Pirates

    In his initial athletic assignment at Orange Coast College, freshman Davasyia Hagger was required to come down with the ball when he caught it. But since transitioning from football to basketball, the all-conference receiver is enjoying his...
  • Faulkner: 'Eaters take on fellow leaders

    It might be considered a big week in Big West Conference men's basketball, but for the fact that the only one of those will come in mid-March. Per usual, the conference's lone NCAA Tournament team will have to win the conference tournament, scheduled...
  • Men's Basketball: 'Eaters remain red hot

    Two of the Big West Conference's most imposing big men were sidelined by injuries Saturday. So, like just about everyone else in the homecoming crowd of 3,773 at the Bren Events Center, they enjoyed UC Irvine's 77-55 thumping of visiting UC Santa...