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  • 'Eaters' Taylor honored

    UC Irvine senior forward Tanya Taylor shared Player of the Week honors in Big West Conference women's soccer. Taylor had a goal and two assists in a pair of 2-0 road victories against San Francisco (Sunday) and Fresno State (Friday). Her goal against...
  • CdM seeks defense

    LONG BEACH — With 24 total exclusions called, the game was physical from the start. Corona del Mar High boys' water polo coach Barry O'Dea expected as much in his team's nonleague game against Long Beach Wilson. "You play Long Beach in Long...
  • Sailors bounce back

    Sailors bounce back
    NEWPORT BEACH — The second Battle of the Bay in less than 24 hours took place Saturday afternoon at Newport Harbor High. The attendance was a fraction of what it was the night before, and there was maybe not as much on the line. Still, the...
  • UCI women make history

    UCI women make history
    Danielle de Seriere can't stop smiling. The senior goalkeeper is one of many reasons the UC Irvine women's soccer team is off to an 8-1-2 start and has earned the program's first national ranking. And de Seriere said Monday during taping for the year'...
  • Whitelegge a wall for Tars

    Whitelegge a wall for Tars
    Both feature a rectangular playing surface. The main goal of both is to get a round ball into a net. Newport Harbor High senior Chris Whitelegge got used to juggling basketball and water polo in his first couple of years with the Sailors. On the...
  • Pound for pound, one great battle

    Pound for pound, one great battle
    COSTA MESA — Two rounds are scheduled, but four are expected, when it comes to the field hockey slugfest that is Newport Harbor High vs. Huntington Beach. Round one went to the Oilers in an intense Sunset League opener, that featured a battle of...
  • Briefs: Mesa pool set to open

    The Costa Mesa High School Aquatics Center, which features a 50-meter Olympic-sized pool, will officially be unveiled during a grand opening ceremony Tuesday at 4 p.m. A tentative opening date had been set for Nov. 1, but the construction crew...
  • Anteaters take high road

    Anteaters take high road
    IRVINE — In a conference with a penchant for an unsightly brand of play, the UC Irvine men's soccer team showed in the Big West Conference opener Wednesday night that it maintains a preference for a more beautiful game. The Anteaters, ranked No. 9...
  • Calling the Shots: Pilot Cup continues to grow

    The Daily Pilot Cup can be counted on for fun and friendship, as each year elementary school classmates team up to play soccer. However, that's not all that's expected of the tournament each year. From year to year, you can count on the participation...
  • Athletic Awards

    Beau Attyah Corona del Mar The catcher proved to be a consistent force on defense and also provided a punch on offense. With his 3.7 grade-point average, he helped the baseball team earn a CIF Southern Section Academic Team Award. He holds the school...
  • Zama makes Pilot Cup bright

    If a bird's eye view photo could be taken of Costa Mesa next week, surely the portion near Costa Mesa High would stand out. Bright colors tend to grab your attention, and in the hypothetical photo, there would be 30 different shades and tones. What's...
  • Daily Pilot Cup: Mariners' double trouble

    Daily Pilot Cup: Mariners' double trouble
    Bruno Campos tells the story of his twin sons' birth with great fondness. It seems Travis and Dylan Campos have always been linked. Before they were born, Travis appeared to have had a perfect path to the birth canal, but Dylan made a move that blocked...