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  • Boys' Volleyball: Captain Augie leads CdM

    Boys' Volleyball: Captain Augie leads CdM
    Augie Miller is one of those players Corona del Mar High Coach Steve Conti can always count on, no matter the situation. Whether the Sea Kings are playing an upper-echelon boys' volleyball team, an average team or one of the worst, Miller is going to...
  • High School Roundup: CdM baseball earns big win

    BASEBALL Corona del Mar 8, Woodbridge 2 Freshman Chazz Martinez pitched six innings, allowing just two hits, while striking out one and walking three in the Sea Kings' Pacific Coast League game Friday. Tommy Paoletti finished the game with one inning...
  • Girls' Lacrosse: Coop emerges as a star for CdM

    Girls' Lacrosse: Coop emerges as a star for CdM
    They say a picture is worth 1,000 words, and that just might be true for Corona del Mar High sophomore girls' lacrosse player Jensen Coop. A photograph that ran in last Sunday's Daily Pilot sports section seemed to say a lot about Coop. It was taken...
  • Boys' Tennis: Sage alone in first

    IRVINE — With 17 players on the roster of the Sage Hill School boys' tennis team, Coach A.G. Longoria certainly has options for setting his doubles lineup. Longoria used his young guns in the first two rounds of Monday's crucial Academy League...
  • Boys' Basketball Dream Team: Ctvrtlik elevated CdM

    Boys' Basketball Dream Team: Ctvrtlik elevated CdM
    Matt Ctvrtlik was the top player on the Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team this past season, and not once did he start. Not once did the junior complain to anyone about his role on one of the premier programs in Orange County. He was patient...
  • Virgen: Lott Trophy Watch List players announced

    David Baker, the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, couldn't help but laugh Friday at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, where he told the story about giving Ray Guy some good news. Everyone in attendance for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT (Integrity,...
  • O'Shea takes over Corona del Mar football

    Dan O'Shea and Kevin Hettig will continue to make the 18-mile drive from Trabuco Hills High to coach football at Corona del Mar. All that has changed is their titles at CdM, O'Shea is now the head coach and Hettig is the associate head coach. The...
  • Carnett: 60 years later, LeBard Stadium still precious to community

    In my view, it's the most elegant structure in Costa Mesa. I am, of course, somewhat biased. The building to which I refer is fairer than the stunning Renée and Henry Segerstrom Concert Hall; more breathtaking than the Costa Mesa Plaza Tower; and more...
  • Szabo: CdM swimming preps for Uni showdown

    The Marian Bergeson Aquatics Center at Corona del Mar High hosted some world-class water polo last week with the FINA Men's Intercontinental Tournament. Those looking for a high-level high school swim meet can return to the CdM pool deck on Wednesday....
  • Boys' Volleyball: Tufuga leads Mustangs

    Boys' Volleyball: Tufuga leads Mustangs
    When Todd Hanson took over the Costa Mesa High volleyball programs last school year, he wasn't sure what he had with the boys. There definitely wasn't much size. Hanson first coached the girls in the fall. During that time, he met Mason Tufuga, who...
  • Girls' Swim: Merrell is CdM's freshman phenom

    Girls' Swim: Merrell is CdM's freshman phenom
    She's only about a month into her high school swimming career, but Corona del Mar High freshman Eva Merrell is already doing the limbo with the times on the CdM record board. How low can she go? Nobody knows, not even Merrell. Just know that her...
  • High School Baseball: Eagles edge Lancers

    The sound at the end of Estancia High's baseball game wasn't a roar. It was more like a sigh of relief. One-run contests haven't been kind to the Eagles this year. They played their seventh one in 12 games, and they managed to hold on at the end for...