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  • 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...
  • Axton to race in Pan Am event

    Willy Axton, a Costa Mesa resident, has been recruited by a top international karting team to compete in the Pan American International Challenge at California Speedway in Fontana this weekend. Axton, an 11-year-old fifth-grader at Kaiser Elementary,...
  • 'Eaters skip by Tigers

    IRVINE — What could easily qualify as the best run in UC Irvine women's soccer history continued Friday night, thanks to a dramatic and fortuitous skip. Junior CoCo Goodson's slicing free kick from 28 yards out, averted a three-player defensive...
  • A slice of the Great Park

    A slice of the Great Park
    IRVINE — Orange County will have its Great Park — or at least the small segment of it that officials were able to budget for — by spring 2011, board directors said this week. The North Lawn is the first part of the first phase of the...
  • Taylor collects honor

    UC Irvine senior forward Tanya Taylor amassed two goals and three assists in the Anteaters' 6-0 Big West Conference women's soccer win over visiting UC Davis Sunday on her way to earning Big West Offensive Player of the Week laurels. Taylor, who drew the...
  • Lions forfeit games

    The Vanguard University men's soccer team, ranked No. 5 in the NAIA, will forfeit its first six games of the 2010 season. The Lions absorb six losses instead, bringing its new overall record to 4-7. They were 8-1-1. The forfeits came as a result of an...
  • McIntosh a joy for Newport Harbor

    McIntosh a joy for Newport Harbor
    Courtney McIntosh likes to smile and laugh. At times, it makes Newport Harbor High field hockey coach Amanda Boyer feel the opposite way. "I kind of laugh a lot," McIntosh said. "I'm serious, but at the same time, I really [play] more to have fun....
  • Giving back to the game

    The days in the net may be over for Ruben Fernandez, but you won't find him too far from a soccer field. The Irvine resident now shares his love, dedication and devotion to the beautiful game through coaching. He is teaching the youth of the Irvine...
  • Sailors denied in OT

    Sailors denied in OT
    IRVINE — Los Alamitos rallied from a three-goal deficit in the final 5:49 of regulation to force overtime, then earn a 10-9 victory in the championship game of the S&R Sport Cup boys' water polo tournament Saturday at Irvine High. After the...
  • McDonald on the mark

    McDonald on the mark
    Newport Harbor High football coach Jeff Brinkley is stewing lately after two consecutive losses, but the mention of former Sailors' quarterback Andrew McDonald is sure to soften Brinkley's competitive scowl. McDonald, the Newport-Mesa Offensive Player...