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  • Tennis: Junior Sectionals begin

    For Costa Mesa resident Reese Stalder, the 112th annual Southern California Junior Sectional Tennis Championships offer a chance to build on a very solid high school season. For Newport Beach resident Austin Di Giulio, the tournament could be another big...
  • Steinberg: Urgent need To protect high school football players from brain injury

    After holding six conferences with Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon on athletic concussions from 1995 to 2008 I have called them a ticking time bomb and undiagnosed health epidemic. I had a crisis of conscience in representing hundreds of NFL players...
  • Where to buy fireworks

    The following are the locations where various groups are selling fireworks to raise money, according to permits filed with the city of Costa Mesa. * AYSO 17th, 289 E. 17th St. AYSO Fairview, corner of Fairview Road and Wilson Street AYSO Bristol,...
  • All-American Invitational again stacked

    Some of the top high school boys' tennis teams in the country will converge on Newport Beach this weekend, like they always do on a weekend in March. The 15th annual Corona del Mar All-American Invitational boys' tennis tournament begins Friday at The...
  • Newport Harbor sweeps CdM in BOTB doubleheader

    Newport Harbor sweeps CdM in BOTB doubleheader
    IRVINE — Shaun Vetrovec took the mound at UC Irvine on Monday. Next year, he will be playing baseball for the Anteaters. Vetrovec has one more high school season left before he puts on the UCI uniform. He represented Newport Harbor at Anteater...
  • O.C. Press Club recognizes Daily Pilot, affiliates

    O.C. Press Club recognizes Daily Pilot, affiliates
    The Daily Pilot and its affiliated newspapers won seven prizes Monday at the Orange County Press Club's annual awards gala at the Balboa Bay Club & Resort. Features Editor Michael Miller won first place for Best Arts or Culture Story for "Recalling...
  • Golf: CdM's Furey finds his game

    Golf: CdM's Furey finds his game
    If you talked with Hale Furey three years ago as a freshman, he gave you the impression that he would rather golf at Corona del Mar High. In the fall of that year, when he ran cross-country, Furey talked golf. When he played basketball in the winter,...
  • High School Roundup: CdM boys' volleyball opens playoffs with sweep

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Harvard-Westlake Joey Martino recorded 19 kills to help lead the No. 2-seeded Sea Kings to a 25-11, 25-18, 25-12 first-round win in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 playoffs at CdM Tuesday. Kevin Fults (nine...
  • Virgen: Ronnie Lott advises Newport Harbor football standout

    Virgen: Ronnie Lott advises Newport Harbor football standout
    Before some of his high school football games, Riley Gaddis has watched video clips of Ronnie Lott, one of his NFL favorite players, deliver monster hits. Gaddis says he got the idea from a coach, Kirk Norton, during freshman football, when the...
  • Baseball: Sailors handle business

    Baseball: Sailors handle business
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — For virtually the last 24 seasons, elimination has been more a mathematical reality than a competitive experience for the Newport Harbor High baseball program. So, when UC Irvine-bound senior pitcher Sean Vetrovec took the mound...
  • Boys' Swimming: Lin a champion for CdM

    Boys' Swimming: Lin a champion for CdM
    RIVERSIDE — Tyler Lin did not lose a high school boys' swimming race all season. The Corona del Mar High junior was always first on the scoreboard, but not always in terms of showing emotion. Before Lin's 100-yard breaststroke championship final...
  • Virgen: Prep football's poster boy

    Virgen: Prep football's poster boy
    When Daniel Lawrence was a freshman, he could easily be described as scrawny, not really someone you'd expect to play football. He was 5-foot-9, 115 pounds and what's worse he began to lose confidence. A lack of playing time can do that to any...