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  • Sailors edged

    NEWPORT BEACH — Coach Kristen Case creates a motto each season for her Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team. This year's motto, displayed on a blue rubber wrist bracelet, reads: "Dominate and Defend 2010" as well as "We are Beast." The first...
  • CdM getting there

    LAGUNA NIGUEL — As the match neared an end Wednesday afternoon, the Corona del Mar High girls' tennis team turned to a more important matter. The Sea Kings were taking a team trip to Ruby's Diner in Laguna Beach. Senior Piper Bledsoe was in...
  • Fuel cells heating up Irvine schools

    Editor's note: This corrects the amount the school district expects to save in energy costs. Thanks to fuel cells, students at University and Woodbridge high schools may be swimming in a sustainable pool next year. The technology was approved last...
  • NAC to compete in junior district regatta

    The Newport Aquatic Center junior rowing program competes in the USRowing Southwest Junior District Championship regatta this weekend. The event is at the Sacramento State Aquatic Center on Lake Natoma. Crews from clubs and high schools in Arizona,...
  • CdM collects PCL title

    Before the Pacific Coast League finals, Coach Bill Sumner was confident his boys' track and field team could win the league title, but he wasn't making any predictions. That's not his style. "I don't cash any checks until we put money in the bank,"...
  • CdM quartet wants more

    CdM quartet wants more
    Troy Hardy, Ryan Rodrigues, John Swigert and Kyle Iverson laughed at the notion of being compared to a boy band, just before practice Wednesday at Corona del Mar High. The boys' 4x400-meter relay quartet may run in One Direction and must be 'NSync...
  • Blackwell surprises at CIF prelims

    COSTA MESA — About a year ago, Robert Blackwell left Jim Scott Stadium humbled, yet wanting more out of competing in the 800 meters at the CIF Southern Section Division 3 preliminaries. This year, the Costa Mesa High senior came back to the track...
  • CdM ranks high in Washington Post survey

    In Newport-Mesa, the Sea Kings are, well, the kings of college-preparedness, according to the Washington Post. The newspaper has ranked Corona del Mar High School the highest in the Newport-Mesa Unified School District and placed it nearly 100 spots...
  • Warriors enjoying banner season

    Warriors enjoying banner season
    Woodbridge High has developed a reputation of success in cross country, but this season both the boys' and girl's teams are exceeding the expectations of many, including those of their coach. Warriors Coach George Varvas believes in his team and knows...
  • In the memory of one, it spread to many

     In the memory of one, it spread to many
    SANTA ANA —The convoy made its way across the street and up the stairs with 12-year-old Bella Anderson bringing up the rear with four oversized Nordstrom shopping bags stuffed with presents. At Apartment 103 — the number scribbled on the door...
  • More National Merit Scholarship winners announced

    The last of the winners of the 2012 National Merit Scholarship competition have been named. From Corona del Mar High School, Nicholas Charles Roy won the college-sponsored scholarship for Northwestern University and states his likely career field as...
  • High School Roundup: Sailors stun Chargers

    GIRLS' SOCCER Newport Harbor 1, Edison 0 HUNTINGTON BEACH — Junior Jill Messersmith scored in the second overtime to help the Sailors upset the Chargers in their Sunset League opener Thursday. Senior Josie Jogwe and junior Jenna Castillo were...