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  • Tennis: Costa Mesa Pro Classic to hold singles, doubles championship Sunday

    Two promising young American tennis players will meet in the singles championship Sunday at the Costa Mesa Pro Classic, a $10,000 United States Tennis Assn. Pro Circuit event at Costa Mesa Tennis Center.. Dennis Novikov, 20, the 2012 USTA Boys' 18...
  • Tennis: Jenkins wins Costa Mesa Pro Classic

    Tennis: Jenkins wins Costa Mesa Pro Classic
    Jamere Jenkins has played professionally for only a year, but he's already made a major impact on the United States Tennis Assn. Pro Circuit Tour. The 23-year-old Georgia native rolled to a surprisingly easy victory Sunday in the men's singles final at...
  • Beach Volleyball: Tramblie model of determination

    Beach Volleyball: Tramblie model of determination
    It's no longer the chip on Ty Tramblie's shoulder that is his utmost concern. Scar tissue, lingering remnants of a bone spur and various byproducts of complex surgical reconstruction, however, provide a constant, often painful reminder that the challenges...
  • Football: St. Geme makes name for himself at CdM

    Football: St. Geme makes name for himself at CdM
    Before Scott Meyer coached Bo St. Geme at Corona del Mar High, Meyer's father coached against St. Geme's dad in high school 36 years ago. It happened twice during the 1978 season, and each time Meyer was there. Meyer, an eighth-grader at the time, stood...
  • Girls battle for paddle in Newport Harbor powder puff football game

    Girls battle for paddle in Newport Harbor powder puff football game
    As the final seconds ticked away in an eventful powder puff football game, Newport Harbor High senior girls prepared to rush the field. They giggled and smiled at each other. Moments later they jumped in unison to celebrate a victory, partly for pride,...
  • Brande: Locals excel on next level

    Brande: Locals excel on next level
    It is always interesting to see where the Newport-Mesa volleyball players take their skills through their college careers. From the 1970's (Kari Rush, the Pulaski twins, Marcie Wurts, and Marie Lundie) to the 80's (Lara Asper, Brooke Herrington, and...
  • OCC Football Preview: Pirates begin Emerson era

    OCC Football Preview: Pirates begin Emerson era
    Kevin Emerson's chair in the Orange Coast College football office is barely broken in. About the same can be said of the first-year coach's team in 2014. Hired in April to replace Mike Taylor, who was 62-91 in 15 seasons, Emerson and his staff missed...
  • Football: Sailors blank Yankees

    Football: Sailors blank Yankees
    The Newport Harbor High football team kicked off the season against someone it could beat. The previous three season openers the Sailors failed to win. They broke out of their first-game skid in a big way on Friday. Newport Harbor thumped Los Angeles...
  • Briefs: Mikulak retains crown

    Corona del Mar High product Sam Mikulak won his second consecutive men's all-around title at the U.S. Gymnastics Championships, completed Sunday in Pittsburgh. Mikulak finished with 180.65 points, edging first-day leader John Orozco (180.2). Mikulak's...
  • Briefs: Brown bound for OCC

    Parker Brown, the 2012 Daily Pilot Newport-Mesa Dream Team Player of the Year as a senior boys' volleyball standout at Corona del Mar High, has left UCLA and plans to play at Orange Coast College next season, OCC Coach Travis Turner announced. Brown, a...
  • Women's Volleyball Preview: 'Eaters seeking turnaround

    Women's Volleyball Preview: 'Eaters seeking turnaround
    The UC Irvine women's volleyball team approaches Friday's season opener at Xavier relatively free of injuries. There is, however, a significant outbreak of amnesia that Coach Paula Weishoff believes can be the program's best medicine. Conveniently,...
  • Girls' Volleyball: Senior trio lead Lightning

    Girls' Volleyball: Senior trio lead Lightning
    Three Sage Hill School seniors have returned from their third trip to Hawaii in four years. The three deserved to go to paradise again before the start of their final girls' volleyball season together. Kekai Whitford, Halland McKenna and Maddy Abbott...