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  • College Roundup: 'Eaters secure top spot

    IRVINE — Sophomore Danielle Warde had four goals and junior Layne Kipp added three to help the No. 6-ranked Anteaters clinch at least a share of the Big West Conference regular-season women's water polo championship with a 14-2 win over Pacific on...
  • Anae fulfills Olympic dream

    Anae fulfills Olympic dream
    LOS ANGELES — As the U.S. Olympic women's water polo team was named Thursday, Coach Adam Krikorian read off the names in alphabetical order. The first name was the former Corona del Mar High and USC standout, Tumua Anae. This led to a funny...
  • CdM's medley of talent

    CdM's medley of talent
    A big season for the Corona del Mar High boys' swimming team ended in a big way. The Sea Kings saved the best for last, stepping up at the CIF Southern Section Division 1 finals May 12 at Riverside City College. They accomplished feats that hadn't...
  • Youth Scene: CdM Waves take tourney title

    Youth Scene: CdM Waves take tourney title
    The Corona del Mar Waves, a local girls' under-14 team won the OC Classic Soccer Tournament on Sunday. The team went undefeated in the tournament and won the title game, 4-1, over Diamond Bar. The girls were made up of mostly Corona del Mar Middle...
  • Killer Whales too much for Greenbrook

    The Newport Hills Swim Team, known as the Killer Whales, used its depth to earn a 760-532 win over the Greenbrook Gators of Fountain Valley Saturday at NHST's Port Streets pool in Corona del Mar. Newport Hills was led by its age 11-12 boys, 13-14 girls...
  • Youth Scene: Newport Hills defeats Lake Forest II

    The Newport Hills Killer Whales Swim Team traveled south to the home of the Lake Forest II Dolphins Saturday, and if one did not realize it was a South Coast Swim Conference interleague dual meet, it could have been mistaken for the recent CIF Southern...
  • CdM can count on McCormick

    CdM can count on McCormick
    In water polo, left-handers are quite a commodity. They provide balance to an offensive attack and an extra dimension to the six-on-five, since they don't have to shoot across their bodies like their right-handed counterparts. They can throw defenses...
  • Murphy's play inspiring for Corona del Mar

    Murphy's play inspiring for Corona del Mar
    The tattoo on the inside of Diana Murphy's right foot means a lot. At first glance, it might seem like an act of rebellion by a teenager. That couldn't be further from the truth. The ink, which reads "Thar Gach Ni Eile," is instead a sign of solidarity....
  • NHST undefeated once again

    It was one of those typical Battle of the Greenbelt face-offs. The cluster of Corona del Mar High incoming ninth-graders that was laughing and joking prior to the meet was the perfect example of the normal tenor of these neighborhood showdowns. All in...
  • Youth Scene: Killer Whales dominate

    The Newport Hills Swim Team's Killer Whales dominated the Pacific Sands Penguins of Huntington Beach with a resounding 8820-390 victory in a South Coast Swim Conference meet July 10. Newport Hills won all but one of the 23 relay events, and the under-...
  • Youth Scene: Team takes third

    The Newport Lightning boys' 13-and-under AAU team continued its strong showing this season by earning third place in the Focus Basketball July Classic, the two-day tournament that ended July 18. The Lightning beat Young Ballers of Los Angeles, 52-33....
  • NHST perfect again

    The competition was up for the challenge and the score was close, but at the end of the day, the Newport Hills Swim Team left the Fountain Valley pool of the Green Valley Dolphins with a 685-639 win July 24, and its fourth regular-season South Coast...