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  • High School Football: Sage outlasts Trojans

    Sage Hill School junior fullback Logan Cook pushed over the goal line on fourth down in the fourth overtime and the Lightning defense held visiting Silver Valley on the ensuing series to claim a dramatic 37-30 nonleague victory on Friday night. Silver...
  • Steinberg: Times changing at USC

    Old Trojans don't die, they just move to Newport Beach. Wealthy alums here venerate a winning USC football tradition. Houses hang USC banners and flags, cardinal and gold colors are everywhere. I am grudgingly tolerated as a Cal-Berkeley alum. A whole...
  • Men's Soccer: UCI's Cardenas finds his way

    Men's Soccer: UCI's Cardenas finds his way
    The collective groan from the crowd is as much a part of soccer as the colorful cleats. Spectators who take in 90 minutes of action are virtually guaranteed to see a series of maddening misfires, marginal miscalculations and the inevitable lapses of...
  • Water Polo: Coskinas headed to USC

    Water Polo: Coskinas headed to USC
    In February, Marina Coskinas helped the Corona del Mar High girls' water polo team win its first CIF Southern Section Division 1 title in program history. Last weekend, she committed to the defending NCAA Division 1 champions. Call it a win-win...
  • Briefs: UCI 8th nationally

    UC Irvine finished eighth in the 2012-13 Division I-AAA Athletic Directors Assn. All-Sports rankings of the 95 Division I schools that do not sponsor football. UCI was once again the top Big West Conference school in the DI-AAA ADA standings. The...
  • Johnson the new star

    Johnson the new star
    IRVINE — Andy Roddick brought in by far the biggest home crowd of the season so far for the Orange County Breakers on Saturday night. Roddick, the former World No. 1 who retired from the pro tour last September, was playing his sixth Mylan World...
  • UCI adds track recruits

    Loyd Sicard, the 2013 California state champion in the 300-meter intermediate hurdles at Gardena Serra High, tops the list of UC Irvine men's track and field recruits announced recently. Sicard placed fourth in the 110-meter high hurdles and ran the...
  • Class of 2002 wins Newport Harbor alumni basketball tournament

    Class of 2002 wins Newport Harbor alumni basketball tournament
    The Class of 2002, led by Nedim Pajevic, Chase Cameron, George Federovtsev and Ben Soza, defeated the Class of 2007 to win the 13th annual Newport Harbor High Alumni Boys' Basketball Tournament at the Sailors gym on July 27. The Class of 2002 won...
  • Beach Volleyball: Hughes next in line

    Beach Volleyball: Hughes next in line
    Technically, its borders do not reach the sand. But thanks to the achievements of Misty May-Treanor and April Ross, who both grew up there, Costa Mesa has become known as the epicenter of women's beach volleyball in the United States. May-Treanor...
  • Peñaloza: Seabold, Vetrovec come out winners

    Peñaloza: Seabold, Vetrovec come out winners
    Connor Seabold says he can draw like his talented father, Kirk. His dad works as a graphic designer. The young Seabold doesn't spend much time drawing these days. He prefers to paint the outside corner of the plate and brush back batters. Seabold...
  • Women's Soccer: 'Eaters change dynamic

    Women's Soccer: 'Eaters change dynamic
    The UC Irvine women's soccer team lost just one conference game last season and has lost only two in the last three years. But last year's 5-1-3 Big West Conference record was good for only fourth place for the then-two-time-defending conference...
  • Steinberg: NCAA system needs change

    When Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel became the first freshman in history to win the coveted Heisman Trophy in December, his mythic season should have faded to black. In the movies, the next scene would have had him charging onto the field for...