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  • McBean a key in victory

     McBean a key in victory
    Jack McBean, a former Corona del Mar High standout, had two assists to help the United States under-17 boys' national soccer team win the CONCACAF championship by defeating Canada, 3-0, in overtime Sunday in Montego Bay, Jamaica. McBean, 16, came off...
  • One Paramount concern

     One Paramount concern
    When Corona del Mar High and Paramount meet today, only one boys' soccer team gets the chance to win a second straight CIF Southern Section title. The Sea Kings won the crown in Division IV last season. The Pirates are the Division III defending...
  • College Roundup

    BASEBALL UC Irvine 20, Grambling State 0 IRVINE — Junior Jordan Fox went five for five with three runs batted in and teammates D.J. Crumlich, Brian Hernandez and Drew Hillman each drove in four runs for the host Anteaters in the finale of the MLB...
  • Colleges: Hair-raising week for UCI athletes

    Colleges: Hair-raising week for UCI athletes
    The week that began with Mustache Monday at UC Irvine's Bren Events Center, went on to feature a pair of extremely close shaves. The Anteaters' men's volleyball team took care of visiting Hawaii in four games, the first of back-to-back Mountain...
  • Victor Martinez dies at 56; novel won National Book Award

    Victor Martinez dies at 56; novel won National Book Award
    Victor Martinez, who won the 1996 National Book Award for young people's literature for his semi-autobiographical novel about growing up Mexican American in California's Central Valley, has died. He was 56. Martinez died Feb. 18 at his San Francisco...
  • Pair should lead the way

    BURBANK — Just one of the four area track and field programs is able to practice and compete on a home track. Providence and Bellarminne-Jefferson highs have never had an on-campus venue to call their own. They are joined this season by Burroughs,...
  • College Roundup: UCI falls to Bakersfield

    WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Cal State Bakersfield 85, UC Irvine 74 IRVINE — Jazmyne White scored a career-high 15 points to share the team-high in points with Kassandra McAllister in the nonconference game at Bren Events Center Tuesday. White also had a...
  • Headstrong Gorab

    Jack Gorab uses his head on and off the soccer field at Corona del Mar High. George Larsen calls Gorab one of the smartest players he has coached. Larsen said the junior has scored a 33 on the ACT and 2080 on the SAT. What scares Gorab is being unable...
  • Mailbag: 'Irvine 11' denied others' free-speech rights

    Let's see if I've got this right: 50 or so activists marched outside the O.C. district attorney's office last week to protest a reported grand jury investigation of the "Irvine 11" over their having interrupted a speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael...
  • 'Two on an Island' play in the wings

    The Glendale Community College Theatre Arts Department will present the Elmer Rice play, “Two on an Island,” opening at 8 p.m. March 31 in the Auditorium Mainstage Theatre. Melissa R. Randel directs the production, set in the late 1930s and...
  • CdM starts strong

    CORONA DEL MAR — Clark Cashion fouled off four pitches before grounding a ball behind second base, reaching safely when the throw was off-line. The Corona del Mar High senior catcher fought to lead off the sixth inning, and it paid off. He...