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  • Gauchos out-class 'Eaters

    IRVINE — The UC Irvine men's basketball team does not have a senior this season. But it's nights like Wednesday that UCI Coach Russell Turner is happy to be saying goodbye to those exhausting their eligibility elsewhere. Visiting UC Santa Barbara,...
  • Steinberg: Lin's story refreshing, inspirational

    Just as we start to get despondent about a sports page that reads like the business section or even worse, the crime beat, along comes a new refreshing young star to give us excitement and hope. Jeremy Lin is the hottest sensation in the NBA this year...
  • Briefs: Brooks coaching NBA All-Stars

    Briefs: Brooks coaching NBA All-Stars
    UC Irvine alumnus Scott Brooks, head coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder, will coach the Western Conference in theNBAAll-Star Game Sunday in Orlando, Fla. Brooks earned the honor as the Thunder clinched the best record in the conference through Feb. 15....
  • Ireland embraces new gig

    Ireland embraces new gig
    For the past nine seasons, John Ireland has been the Los Angeles Lakers' sideline reporter for KCAL 9 television. But that has changed because the Corona del Mar High alumnus will now be calling the action. Ireland, a 1981 graduate of CdM, will be the...
  • Moms helping out

    There are lockouts on the NFL and the NBA, but that doesn't mean the pros' mothers can't mix it up in the meantime. There will be a flag football game of NFL moms against NBA moms Friday night at Tustin High. There will also be a preseason conference...
  • Brighter days ahead for Daye

    Brighter days ahead for Daye
    Turns out Austin Daye has a little more time on his hands these days than he expected. The former Woodbridge High basketball star is now an NBA player locked out by the league along with all the league's players because of a labor dispute. But Daye,...
  • Standout coming to CdM

    Hayley Hodson, a 6-foot-1 standout girls' volleyball player, has moved from Laguna Beach and will attend Corona del Mar High this upcoming school year, confirmed Don Grable, the school's athletic director. Hodson, an incoming freshman, played with...
  • Virgen: Football for a good cause

    Virgen: Football for a good cause
    Char McNabb doesn't mind talking about her son, Donovan. If you mention there's a chance Donovan could be headed to the Hall of Fame, she'll tell you, "Of course. I feel that he is, from a mother's perspective. And, he's such a nice guy." If you ask her...
  • Coco has advantage at home

    NEWPORT BEACH — Coco Vandeweghe lives just down the street from The Tennis Club Newport Beach. The professional tennis player said for the past year and a half she's lived full-time in the Big Canyon community of Newport Beach. So Thursday night...
  • Brooks to help 'Eaters

    Scott Brooks, the head coach of the NBA's Oklahoma City Thunder, will take part in the UC Irvine/Scott Brooks Golf Invitational to support student-athlete scholarships at his alma mater on Sept. 21. The event will be at Oak Creek Golf Club in Irvine...
  • Notable sits out at CdM

    Tuesday marked the first day the Corona del Mar High girls' volleyball team practiced inside the gym since it received a paint job. One player missing was Alexis Cage, the daughter of former NBA player Michael Cage. The Sea Kings will be without Alexis,...
  • Briefs: Coco opens with win

    Newport Beach resident CoCo Vandeweghe won her first-round match at tennis' U.S. Open on Tuesday, defeating Alberta Brianti of Italy, 7-5, 6-3, in Flushing Meadows, New York. It was the first win for Vandeweghe, 19, in the singles main draw of a Grand...