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  • Briefs: Williams strikes again

    Corona del Mar High striker Reed Williams has scored on the national stage. The senior was one of a dozen boys' soccer players making the ESPN RISE Winter All-American team after leading the Sea Kings to their first CIF Southern Section Division IV...
  • Father's Day Letters

    Dad, Thank you for your years of love, guidance and support. I couldn't have reached my goals without you! Go, Bruins!! Happy Father's Day. Love, Noelle A. Park Hi Dad, GC here on behalf of all your kids and grandkids. It's been six months...
  • Mesa Musings: Another football to relish

    I have a confession to make.I have a confession to make. My name is Jim, and I'm a World Cup-aholic. I've gone gaga, cuckoo, banana crackers over soccer's premier international tournament. I've always been a huge fan of "real" football — that...
  • Youth Scene: Killer Whales overtake Dolphins

    The Newport Hills Killer Whales swim team beat the Lake Forest II Dolphins, 787-513, June 12 in the Dolphins' pool. NHST was led by its 9-10 and 11-12 boys, who not only won all their individual stroke events, but also took first in both the medley...
  • Briefs: Jock remains in hunt

    UC Irvine star Charles Jock finished second in his first-round heat Thursday and advanced to the semifinals of the 800 meters at the USA Track & Field Championships in Des Moines, Iowa. Jock ran a time of one minute, 47.99 seconds, sixth-fastest...
  • Club Soccer: Slammers take over Region IV

    The Newport Beach-based Slammers FC boys' under-16 team captured the U.S. Youth Soccer Region IV championship in dominating fashion led by Corona del Mar High sophomore-to-be Jack McBean's hat trick. The Slammers defeated defending champion Sereno White...
  • Briefs: 'Eaters get best of 49ers

    UCI claims Black & Blue Series trophy after baseball team clinches yearly multi-sport duel with Long Beach State. UC Irvine won the Black & Blue Series trophy, the prize given to the annual overall winner of athletic competition between the Anteaters and...
  • Mesa Musings: The Dutch did much

    "If you ain't Dutch, you ain't much." OK, I'm not Dutch. But I've seen the aforementioned slogan on bumper stickers for years, most particularly on cars parked in a lot next to a Dutch market in Bellflower. My wife, Hedy, and I occasionally shop there...
  • 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...