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  • On their proper way

    NEWPORT BEACH — Sit up straight. Use eye contact. Repeat the girl's name often. Pull out her chair. And, please, use the utensils from the outside in, guest speaker Janet Terrell instructed. Terrell spoke to about two dozen 16- and 17-year-old...
  • Dedicate press box for a legend

    Dedicate press box for a legend
    Back in the day, whenever my Long Beach Wilson water polo team played (and usually beat, by the way) a high school from Newport-Mesa, early the next morning I'd drive down to Orange County to pick up the Daily Pilot. This newspaper covered (and still...
  • Irvine school district named in Title IX complaint

    The National Women's Law Center filed administrative complaints Wednesday against the Irvine Unified School District, asserting that administrators did not provide equal opportunity to girls in sports. The advocacy group claims that Irvine Unified is...
  • Letters from the Editor: Chip in for Estancia football uniforms

    I keep hearing good things about Estancia High School football. I am not just talking about their as-yet perfect record in Orange Coast League play or their shot at their first unshared title since 1989. (I am writing this before the outcome of Friday's...
  • In Theory

    A federal judge in Connecticut ruled Monday that two public high schools in Enfield, Conn., could not hold their graduation ceremonies on June 23 and 24 in a 3,000-seat church, First Cathedral, saying that this would violate the Constitution's 1st...
  • The College Conversation: Club sports another way to keep playing

    There are athletes who've been playing ball, swimming laps, slamming, digging, paddling and attacking for years. As they enter high school, they dream of playing in college or even going pro. But the reality is that most athletes won't make the cut...
  • Paul clears path for golf

    Paul clears path for golf
    Two years ago, when Tyler Paul graduated from Edison High he had respect from the old school, as he was a rarity. Paul competed as a three-sport athlete, and never specialized in a sport. He wanted to see what it would be like to catch passes for the...
  • Berglund no longer at Sage

    Andy Berglund brought winning baseball to Sage Hill School. He is planning to bring the same kind of success to the Czech Republic. Berglund said he has resigned after three successful seasons as Sage Hill's coach for the opportunity to guide the...
  • Irvine's tough little man: Tran-tastic

    Two words, two little words. Mention those words to a high school wrestler and watch his eyes light up. State meet. It's the ultimate goal — other than winning it, of course — of every high school wrestler. But the road to the CIF...
  • Who made this year's DP 103?

    Who made this year's DP 103?
    No. 1 Jim Righeimer You would be hard-pressed to find anyone in town who had a bigger news year than Costa Mesa City Councilman Jim Righeimer. The former Planning Commission chairman went toe-to-toe with the police union, which smeared his name on...
  • High School Roundup: CdM, Newport advance

    GIRLS' WATER POLO Corona del Mar 12, Fountain Valley 6 CORONA DEL MAR — Alex Musselman recorded 14 saves and had two assists for the No. 3-seeded Sea Kings in the CIF Southern Section Division I first-round game Wednesday. Diana Murphy led CdM...
  • Basketball camp offered at Estancia

    Estancia High School in Costa Mesa will open its gym during the Presidents Day break to students looking to improve their basketball skills. The Estancia Boys Basketball Boosters are hosting a coed basketball camp Monday through Feb. 25 for students...