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  • CdM keeps trend intact

    Whenever the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team plays Woodbridge, the game always seems to be tight and physical. The team standing at the end tends to be the one not named the Warriors. The Sea Kings have had the Warriors' number since...
  • CdM comeback falls short

    CdM comeback falls short
    Woodbridge High girls' basketball Coach Eric Bangs called Corona del Mar the most talented team in the Pacific Coast League — after beating the Sea Kings on their home floor. Bangs, in his 28th year at the helm, has guided the Warriors to 19...
  • Lions heat up to cool off Hope International

    FULLERTON — The Vanguard University women's basketball team welcomed back Coach Russ Davis for the first time in five games Tuesday night. But the presence of their exceptional veteran coach wasn't the only novelty for the Lions. "We talked...
  • Boys' Basketball: Ocean View surges past Costa Mesa

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — Costa Mesa High boys' basketball Coach Mike Molina hopes his team's fight in the second half of Saturday's nonleague game at Ocean View will transfer into Orange Coast League play. But it was a transfer who ended up doing in...
  • College Roundup: Vanguard women's basketball triumphs

    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Vanguard 70, Arizona Christian 58 PHOENIX — Junior Riley Holsinger had 16 points, 12 rebounds, five assists and four steals to lead the visiting No. 10-ranked Lions in the Golden State Athletic Conference game Saturday....
  • Men's Basketball: Anteaters roll at home

    Men's Basketball: Anteaters roll at home
    The biggest player wasn't even on the court to alter shots for the UC Irvine men's basketball team, yet UC Riverside played as if Mamadou Ndiaye, a 7-foot-6, 300-pounder, patrolled the paint for the first six minutes. Ndiaye, who didn't get the start,...
  • Kobrine a man of dual talents

    Kobrine a man of dual talents
    Sam Kobrine spent much of December and the first week of the New Year playing two different roles in two different sports for two different teams. Kobrine is a standout in volleyball and in basketball, and sometimes he plays both during the same time of...
  • Upset plans foiled

    Newport Harbor High Coach Bob Torribio drew up how to upset Los Alamitos in a boys' basketball game. "To beat teams that are better than you," Torribio said, "you got to play your tails off, and then you got to make shots. You got make every layup....
  • Boys' Basketball: CdM moves into semis

    Boys' Basketball: CdM moves into semis
    Strange is how Darryl Hilliard described how he felt inside Corona del Mar High's gym. He spent four seasons as an assistant boys' basketball coach with the Sea Kings, before moving on to Brea Olinda last season. Hilliard couldn't pass up the chance...
  • 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...