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  • Girls' Swimming: No goggles, no problem

    MISSION VIEJO — Corona del Mar High senior Brynne Wong has heard the snickering at times in the early part of the season. Two weeks ago, the Capistrano Valley relays were the first swim meet of the year. CdM showed up with its Greek twins,...
  • The Crowd: Olympic-themed event draws gold

    The Crowd: Olympic-themed event draws gold
    The Trojan League of Orange County made a splash in Fashion Island at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa, attracting hundreds of local USC alum for poolside cocktails followed by a dinner program in the ballroom. Co-chairs Melanie Salata Fitch and...
  • Girls' Water Polo: Peterson commits to USC

    Girls' Water Polo: Peterson commits to USC
    Newport Harbor High senior girls' water polo player Avery Peterson has verbally committed to USC, she said Tuesday night. "I really like the program because of the amount of coaching that's available," she said. "And I loved the team, I love the school,...
  • College atmosphere inspires local elementary school students

    College atmosphere inspires local elementary school students
    LOS ANGELES — The pre-game excitement before a college football game — where throngs of people are dressed in school colors, barbecuing and having a good time — is enough to get anyone energized. But for about two-dozen Costa Mesa...
  • Briefs: Vanguard women's hoops ranked No. 4 in NAIA

    The Vanguard University women's basketball team is ranked No. 4 in the NAIA preseason coaches' poll released Tuesday. The Lions, who were 23-7 last season, lost in the first round of the NAIA Tournament, their 11th straight trip to the national...
  • Locals to play in NCAA men's water polo championships

    The four-team NCAA men's water polo championships, contested Saturday and Sunday at USC's McDonald's' Swim Stadium, include a handful of players with local ties. Top-seeded USC (27-0), the four-time-defending NCAA champion, includes Newport Harbor...
  • Paula T. Earl

    Paula T. Earl
    Paula T. Earl June 21, 1932 – November 23, 2012 Beloved mother and grandmother, Paula Earl, died at Hoag Hospital in Newport Beach, CA, on Friday, November 23, 2012 from respiratory failure. She was 80 years old. Born Paula Tye Turner at St....
  • Trojans hold off 'Eaters

    IRVINE — It was too little too late on two accounts Wednesday for the UC Irvine baseball team, which lost a nonconference game to visiting USC, 5-4, to halt a five-game winning streak. The Anteaters (14-9), who had scored in their final at-bat to...
  • Briefs: USC invites Cottrell

    Corona del Mar High senior all-purpose threat Cole Cottrell has been invited to walk on the USC football team, said CdM Coach Scott Meyer. Cottrell, who earned All-CIF Southern Section Southern Division, Daily Pilot Newport-Mesa Dream Team and first-team...
  • Men's Volleyball: USC shakes up top-ranked UCI

    IRVINE — Both coaches came in wanting to mix things up. And, well, the rematch of the 2012 NCAA men's volleyball final between defending champion and top-ranked UC Irvine and visiting USC on Friday certainly delivered in that department. The No....
  • Salata 'Super' excited

    Salata 'Super' excited
    In 1950, the San Francisco 49ers traded Paul Salata to the Baltimore Colts. He doesn't hold any remorse toward the team because of it, far from it. The 49ers have always held a special place in Salata's heart. They gave him his shot at the NFL....
  • College Baseball: UCI puts more runs on Mike Gillespie Scoreboard

    LOS ANGELES — It was supposed to be an honor when USC, where he played and was the head baseball coach for 20 seasons, named the scoreboard at Dedeaux Field after current UC Irvine head man Mike Gillespie. Instead, it has been more of a curse...