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  • High School Roundup: Sage Hill sweeps Calvary Chapel Downey

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Sage Hill def. Calvary Chapel Downey Maddy Abbott had 27 assists and seven aces to help lead the Lightning to a 25-5, 25-9, 25-13 Academy League win Thursday. Kekai Whitford had eight kills, Jade Blevins had seven kills and six digs...
  • Steinberg: Urgent action needed

    Amid the unrelenting furor surrounding the NFL and domestic violence the past three weeks, a critically important story concerning football, and all collision sports slipped by virtually unnoticed. A projection was made from NFL documents in the...
  • Reader Report: An injury changed my course - for the better

    Reader Report: An injury changed my course - for the better
    Waking up at 5 o'clock on a freezing-cold morning to play in a volleyball tournament with my clique-filled team had not been one of the top things I was feeling excited about doing, and yet, my commitment and loyalty had prevailed over my need to play...
  • High School Football: GAMEBUSTERS (for games ending Sept. 5)

    (High school football plays of 30 yards or more) •64 – Riley Gaddis (Newport Harbor) touchdown pass from Cole Norris •61 – Dylan Laurent (Estancia) touchdown run •58 – Bo St. Geme (Corona del Mar) touchdown pass from...
  • High School Roundup: CdM edges Marymount

    GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Marymount Katie Craig recorded 14 kills to help lead the Sea Kings to a 25-13, 20-25, 25-23, 13-25, 15-11 season-opening win at home Thursday. Jessie Harris and Samantha Jones added 10 kills each, and Peyton Carter...
  • Seven become South All-Stars

    Seven become South All-Stars
    Corona del Mar High center Giovanni Gentosi, Costa Mesa High running back Oronde Crenshaw, Newport Harbor wide receiver Quest Truxton and Corona del Mar quarterback Luke Napolitano highlight four of seven Newport-Mesa seniors selected to play in the...
  • Track: Keith climbs to the top

    Track: Keith climbs to the top
    Spencer Keith used to be a serious rock climber. With no rock climbing team at Corona del Mar High, Keith ran. Three years ago, Keith joined the boys' cross-country and track and field teams at school. During the first two seasons, he still found time...
  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • 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...