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  • CdM boys' volleyball clinches PCL title

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Beckman Tommy Brooks recorded 22 kills, one block and two digs to help lead the Sea Kings to a 26-24, 25-15, 34-32 win that clinched the outright Pacific Coast League title Friday night. Joey Martino (16 kills,...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Tars' Carr, Sargeant are honored by Sunset

    Newport Harbor High senior opposite Clay Carr and senior libero Nic Sargeant made the All-Sunset League first team in boys' volleyball. Carr and Sargeant led the Sailors (10-19, 5-5 in league) to a share of third place in league with Edison, but...
  • High School Football: Stukonis shines at Newport Harbor weightlifting event

    High School Football: Stukonis shines at Newport Harbor weightlifting event
    Strength has always been one of the keys to Newport Harbor High's success on the football field for the last 28 years under Coach Jeff Brinkley. Two people who have helped the Sailors become one of the strongest programs in Southern California are...
  • Locals in Ryan Lemmon All-Star baseball festivities

    Newport Harbor High pitchers Shaun Vetrovec and Connor Seabold highlight two of nine local baseball players participating in the Ryan Lemmon All-Star festivities at Windrow Park in Irvine on Friday and Saturday. Vetrovec and Seabold made the senior All-...
  • High School Roundup: CdM sweeps Irvine

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Irvine IRVINE — Joey Martino finished with 11 kills to lead a balanced attack for the Sea Kings, who won the Pacific Coast League match, 25-16, 25-16, 25-22, Tuesday. Kevin Fults (seven kills), Andrew...
  • Mesa sweeps rival

    Mesa sweeps rival
    Toward the end of the second set on Tuesday, someone at Estancia High turned on the bright lights in the gym. The lights shined right into the eyes of the Costa Mesa players on the court. The lights appeared to blind the Mustangs, keeping them from...
  • Locals compete at 'The Ojai'

    Locals compete at 'The Ojai'
    After Josh Kliger and Carson Williams lost in the CIF doubles division quarterfinals last year at the Ojai Tennis Tournament, Corona del Mar High Coach Jamie Gresh gave them a goal. The goal was simple enough: Return to the tournament next year and...
  • Barrios headed to Cal State Fullerton

    Estancia High junior girls' soccer player Alba Barrios is a success story. Barrios' parents, Carlos and Evelyn, immigrated from Guatemala about 20 years ago. They were in Guatemala last weekend, too, and Alba hit them with some great news when they...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Sage's Drobenko makes first team

    Sage Hill School junior middle blocker Zachary Drobenko is the lone Lightning player to garner first-team All-Academy League honors in boys' volleyball. Drobenko led Sage Hill (5-15, 5-7 in league) to a fourth-place finish in league and the wild-card...
  • Sailors remember a most loyal fan

    Sailors remember a most loyal fan
    During Jeff Brinkley's 28 years as coach of the Newport Harbor High School football team, thousands of fans have cheered on the Sailors during games. Not many stood out as visibly as Anthony Zavala on those Friday nights. He made his presence felt...
  • Newport Harbor's Duffy always on the go

    Newport Harbor's Duffy always on the go
    There he goes again, from one place to the next. Colin Duffy always has something to do. Free time? The gifted Newport Harbor High senior hardly has any. Throughout the school year, Duffy has been seen working out with the football team, playing his...
  • Tennis: Hoffmann aided by break

    Tennis: Hoffmann aided by break
    Even in doubles play, having your serve broken in tennis can be deflating. It happened twice to Bjorn Hoffmann on Saturday afternoon at Costa Mesa Tennis Center. Hoffmann, who just finished his sophomore year at Corona del Mar High, was ousted quickly...