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  • Five teens killed in fiery I-5 crash in Irvine; driver apparently unlicensed

    Five teens killed in fiery I-5 crash in Irvine; driver apparently unlicensed
    When three of his players didn't show up for their 8 a.m. soccer match Saturday, coach Billy McNicol of Mission Viejo Soccer Club assumed they were simply running late. By the end of the game, Alex Sotelo, Matthew Melo and Brandon Moreno still hadn't...
  • Driver in Irvine crash that killed 5 in serious condition; 2 girls who died are ID'd

    Driver in Irvine crash that killed 5 in serious condition; 2 girls who died are ID'd
    The 16-year-old driver of a car that crashed on the 5 Freeway in Irvine over the weekend and killed five other teenagers was listed Sunday in serious but stable condition, hospital officials said. Bradley Morales, who underwent brain surgery after...
  • Men's Soccer: Pirates lacking heroes

    When sophomore Brice Manning went down recently with a season-ending injury, Orange Coast College men's soccer coach Kevin Smith lost his team's primary offensive catalyst. And while the Pirates managed to dodge a loss against Orange Empire Conference...
  • College Roundup: UCI women's soccer falls to UC Riverside

    WOMEN'S SOCCER UC Riverside 1, UC Irvine 0 RIVERSIDE — The host Highlanders scored in the 35th minute in the Anteaters' Big West Conference opener on Thursday. The Anteaters (4-6-2, 0-1-0 in conference) posted a 10-9 advantage in shots, with...
  • Men's Soccer: 'Eaters defeat Aggies

    Nine different men's soccer players have contributed to UC Irvine's balanced scoring attack this season. But, on balance, there are two Anteaters whose increasing point totals are earning them clear consideration as a prolific pair. Lalo Calzada, a...
  • Briefs: Free boys' basketball clinic at Estancia on Sunday

    The Estancia High boys' basketball coaching staff is offering a free basketball clinic to boys in third to eighth grade inside the campus' main gym on Sunday from 2 to 3:30 p.m. For more information, contact Estancia Coach Xavier Castellano at...
  • Fence now separates sex offender's home from school

    Fence now separates sex offender's home from school
    School officials have installed a temporary fence between Early College High School and the Costa Mesa home of a registered sex offender who complained about soccer balls kicked into his backyard. The issue started when Robert Allan Harrington...
  • Vanguard men's soccer bound for Florida

    The Vanguard University men's soccer team makes the program's second trip to the 16-team final-site NAIA Tournament and will face No. 14-ranked Bellevue of Nebraska on Monday at 10:30 a.m. PST at the Seacrest Soccer Complex in Delray Beach, Fla. Coach...
  • Men's Soccer: OCC's Brown, Mooney repeat honors in conference

    Orange Coast College sophomores Nathan Brown and Blake Mooney are repeat first-team honorees to highlight four Pirates named All-Orange Empire Conference in men's soccer. Brown, the Orange Empire Co-MVP as a freshman goalkeeper in 2013, had five shutouts...
  • College Roundup: OCC women's volleyball edges Santa Barbara

    WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL Orange Coast def. Santa Barbara The Pirates scored a 17-25, 17-25, 25-23, 25-19, 15-12 win in the first round of the SoCal Regional Playoffs Tuesday. No statistics were provided. OCC advances to Saturday's second round. —...
  • Girls' Soccer: CdM, Estancia impress in scrimmage

    A soccer team is only as good as its defense, and the defense of the Corona del Mar High girls' soccer team might appear to be in flux as the season begins. But sophomore goalkeeper Ally Lozano did a lot to quiet those concerns Tuesday night, as the Sea...
  • Men's Soccer: Sperber stirs it up for UCI

    Men's Soccer: Sperber stirs it up for UCI
    Michael Sperber assures you that his heart is in the right place. It's just that opponents, spectators and teammates alike most often see that heart manifested in a bone-crunching, cleat-first tackle, a not-so-subtle forearm, or a well-placed, ill-meaning...