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  • Tennis: 'The Ojai' starts Thursday

    It's easy for Corona del Mar High senior Alec Adamson to explain why he likes playing in the Ojai Tennis Tournament, which celebrates its 113th year this season. "It's the legacy of the tournament," Adamson said. "The tournament's been going for 113...
  • Locals help Trojans win MPSF

    The USC women's water polo team defeated Stanford, 11-7, on Sunday to win the Mountain Pacific Sports Federation championship in Berkeley. The next day, the Trojans were awarded the top seed for the NCAA Championship, which begins May 10 and is hosted...
  • Briefs: Ex-Pirate signs with NFL team

    Briefs: Ex-Pirate signs with NFL team
    Former record-setting tailback inks free-agent deal with Baltimore after stint at Louisiana Tech. Former Orange Coast College tailback Ray Holley has signed as a free agent with the Baltimore Ravens, Pirates football coach Mike Taylor said in an...
  • Boys' Tennis: CdM into quarters

    LOS ANGELES — The UCLA men's tennis head coach watched the start of Friday's CIF Southern Section Division 1 second-round match, and it had nothing to do with recruiting. Billy Martin has his Bruins top-seeded in the NCAA Tournament. But he took...
  • Women's Water Polo: Gilchrist, McCall, Silvers help Trojans to national title

    Women's Water Polo: Gilchrist, McCall, Silvers help Trojans to national title
    They can say that they were part of the longest NCAA women's water polo championship game in history. More importantly for Newport Harbor High graduates Kaleigh Gilchrist and Nicolina McCall, as well as Newport Beach native Chelsea Silvers (Mater Dei),...
  • Steinberg: Tough ending for Del Negro

    Los Angeles Clippers Coach Vinny Del Negro, who had the most successful tenure of any coach in Clipper history, was fired last week by owner Donald Sterling. How does unparalleled success lead to termination? Was it the intervention of star players with...
  • 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...
  • Bio Kim tops field at Newport Beach U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier

    Bio Kim tops field at Newport Beach U.S. Open Sectional Qualifier
    NEWPORT BEACH — Bio Kim had been struggling so much with his game recently that he thought about taking a break from golf, he said Monday. Missing another cut on the Web.com Tour caused the Irvine resident to keep a secret from his parents. "I...
  • Briefs: OC All-Star Football Game to air

    If you missed Friday night's 54th Brea Lions Club Orange County North-South Prep All-Star Football Game at Orange Coast College, you can watch the contest on Time Warner Sports Channel 101 this upcoming week. Time Warner plans to air the game on...
  • College Roundup: Jones scores 30 in VU win

    MEN'S BASKETBALL Vanguard 85, Westmont 74 SANTA BARBARA — Junior guard DeAngelo Jones had 30 points to lead the visiting Lions in the Golden State Athletic Conference game on Tuesday. Jones was eight for 14 from the field, including four of...
  • Sherburne playing with a purpose for CdM

    Sherburne playing with a purpose for CdM
    Matt Sherburne grew up playing basketball and baseball, but his father Rick always wanted him to try water polo. Rick was certainly successful in the water. He played water polo for Sunny Hills High and UCLA in the 1970s. While in Westwood, he was...
  • Brande: Lots of action on next level

    With the rich girls' high school volleyball tradition at our local schools, it is always exciting to follow these players as they continue to play through their college years. Since the late 1970s through today, the number of local college players has...