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  • High School Football: Amies rises to the top

    High School Football: Amies rises to the top
    The kicker in football is someone who doesn't always get a lot of credit. Sure, a game-winning kick is great, but more often the kicker is someone who is taken for granted at best and blamed for a team's troubles at worst. He's usually seen as...
  • Steinberg: Being a sports agent today

    Traditional agentry has too often been lampoonish, cartoonish, greedy and destructive to clients and sports itself. Some of the basic concepts, which are slavishly adhered to, are just wrong. The battle in sports ought not be labor versus management....
  • High School Football: Sage Hill blanked, falls to 0-7

    NEWPORT COAST — Leave it to Sage Hill School head coach and former NFL wide receiver JR Tolver to put a silver lining on a tough season. After Friday's 46-0 loss to Las Vegas Division III power Mountain View Christian – think of it as...
  • Steinberg: How sports thrive in these times

    This country is struggling through the worst economic times since the Great Depression. Millions are out of work, banks are reticent to loan, and the national debt is staggering. As usual, the economy is the central issue and driving force in the...
  • High School Football: TWO-MINUTE DRILL

    High School Football: TWO-MINUTE DRILL
    Corona del Mar High moved closer to finishing unbeaten in the Pacific Coast League for the second time in three football seasons. The Sea Kings shut out host Irvine, 41-0, Thursday to improve to 3-0 in league play. With two league games left, CdM is in...
  • Briefs: Hayes, Succop on MNF

    The Monday Night Football game, Kansas City at Pittsburgh, will have some local flavor. Laird Hayes, a Newport Beach resident and retired Orange Coast College professor, will be the side judge with the officiating crew at Heinz Field. Also, Kansas...
  • Virgen's View: Uncle Terry delivers

    Sometimes it's all about the timing of things that make can make a normal day exciting. KidWorks, a special charity that helps children in the heart of Santa Ana, knew it would have an annual luncheon just before the college football game: UCLA vs. USC....
  • 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....
  • Steinberg: Sports Tradex a bright idea

    The race to create new ways for fans to enjoy interacting with sports continues. It is evocative of the Oklahoma Land Rush, with innovators competing to create the next new niche that delivers an experience that is novel and fun. The 800-pound gorilla...
  • A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia

    A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia
    The Harbaugh brothers and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis are popular stories leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. The stories are hardly important to Greg and Rebecca Beckler of Orange County. Their attention is on Raelyn Beckler, their toddler...
  • Virgen's View: Sapolu remains passionate, humble

    Virgen's View: Sapolu remains passionate, humble
    The story of Jesse Sapolu could have been a sad memoir, a cautionary tale for the toughest of men. Simply put, Sapolu risked his life to play football. The choices he made against the reality of a heart defect could have served as a warning for...
  • Steinberg: NFL combine one big show

    The Super Bowl of NFL Draft scouting — the NFL Draft combine that takes place this week — can dramatically alter the draft status of aspiring players. Several hundred college seniors and juniors who have declared for the draft are invited...