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  • Ringing win for Eagles

    Ringing win for Eagles
    Mike Molina has experienced winning the Battle for the Bell basketball rivalry as a player and as a coach at Costa Mesa High. Xavier Castellano has as well as a player and a coach at Estancia. While Molina's success against the Eagles has come with...
  • High Schools: CdM's Ricker earns accolade

    Brian Ricker is a tireless proponent of girls' tennis, not only at Corona del Mar High but in the CIF Southern Section as a whole. Ricker, who has been the CdM girls' tennis coach for 11 years, doesn't do it for the attention. But he got a big award...
  • Daily Pilot High School Athlete of the Week: Schilling's worth rising for Sailors

    Daily Pilot High School Athlete of the Week: Schilling's worth rising for Sailors
    Chanel Schilling's favorite water polo memory is also one of her first. It's been nearly eight years since Schilling helped her Newport Water Polo Foundation 10-and-under co-ed team win the prestigious San Diego Cup in May, 2007. Schilling remembers the...
  • Kobrine a man of dual talents

    Kobrine a man of dual talents
    Sam Kobrine spent much of December and the first week of the New Year playing two different roles in two different sports for two different teams. Kobrine is a standout in volleyball and in basketball, and sometimes he plays both during the same time of...
  • CdM reaches semis

    Corona del Mar High Coach Ross Sinclair calls Mark Walsh the Bill Barnett of Santa Barbara. Not in terms of age, but success as a coach in water polo. Sinclair's girls faced Barnett's Newport Harbor team a couple of weeks ago, without Barnett at the...
  • Boys' Basketball: CdM comes up short

    SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — The Corona del Mar High boys' basketball team lost two big men to another sport on Saturday. Coach Ryan Schachter wasn't thrilled about not having 6-foot-7 starting center Ryan Moss and 6-foot-4 sixth-man Matt Ctvrtlik...
  • High School Roundup: Tars win pool

    BOYS' SOCCER North Orange County Classic PLACENTIA — Newport Harbor High won its pool by defeating Brea Olinda, 2-0, and rallying to tie Sonora, 1-1, on Saturday at Valencia High. Alex Avila scored in the 32nd minute on an assist from Marlon Nava...
  • Apodaca: It's hard to deny: Sports rule

    "Why did you raise me to like sports?" That's a text I received from my son after his alma mater suffered a painful loss during the football season, which ends with the Jan. 12 national championship game. It was a rhetorical question, but he had a...
  • High School Roundup: Newport Harbor boys' basketball team wins easily in Arizona

    BOYS' BASKETBALL Newport Harbor 63, Vista Grande 30 SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Chase Davis had 12 points, while Garrett Davis and Colin Pitkin chipped in 11 apiece for the Sailors in the opener of the Cactus Jam on Friday at Scottsdale Christian Academy....
  • High School Football: Sage trio on first team for All-Academy League

    Sage Hill School quarterback CJ McCord is one of three Lightning seniors named first-team All-Academy League in football. Vince Wetmore, a wide receiver, and Aaron Kim, a two-way lineman, are the other first-team honorees for the Lightning (3-7, 0-4...
  • High School Roundup: Newport Harbor boys' soccer wins twice

    BOYS' SOCCER SoCal Classic OCEANSIDE — Newport Harbor High won a pair of pool-play games Saturday at Oceanside Soccer Complex, defeating Calexico, 1-0, and Chaparral, 2-1. Brandon Varela and Alan Alcantara scored for the Sailors (6-2-2) against...
  • Friends, students remember Woodbridge High instructor killed in fiery crash

    Friends, students remember Woodbridge High instructor killed in fiery crash
    Friends, students and officials at Irvine's Woodbridge High School are sharing memories of Jason Alan Van Leuven, a special-needs instructor who died in a fiery car crash Dec. 13, four days shy of his 27th birthday. Kind, generous and compassionate were...