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  • Girls' Tennis: CdM sweeps Battle

    Girls' Tennis: CdM sweeps Battle
    Battle of the Bay week kicked off Tuesday afternoon at Corona del Mar High, with the annual girls' tennis match between the host Sea Kings and rival Newport Harbor.
  • Girls' Tennis: Gerdau, Sharf keep winning for CdM

    Girls' Tennis: Gerdau, Sharf keep winning for CdM
    In one year, Riley Gerdau has made the switch from sacrificial lamb to tiger on the prowl for the Corona del Mar High girls' tennis team. Gerdau played in singles last year as a junior. She got some good wins on a good team, one that advanced to the CIF...

    High School Football: CdM extends streak

    High School Football: CdM extends streak
    These days, it's hard to top what the Corona del Mar High football team has achieved since Coach Scott Meyer arrived three years ago. One player who can used to play for CdM and Meyer introduced the Sea Kings to Jeff Thomason on Friday. Thomason won the...

    Boys' Water Polo Preview: Carpenter still going strong

    Boys' Water Polo Preview: Carpenter still going strong
    The last time that the Estancia High boys' water polo program had numbers like this, it was half a lifetime ago for Coach John Carpenter. There are 35 boys in the program this year. The Eagles have three levels — frosh-soph, junior varsity and...

    Boys' Water Polo: Sailors' rally falls short

    LONG BEACH — "Anchors Aweigh" is intended to be more a fight song than a coaching point. But for the second time in as many games this season, the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team shoved off almost as if it were tethered to the bottom....