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  • Mallon wins Walgreens Charity Championship

    Mallon wins Walgreens Charity Championship
    Meg Mallon didn't have a home field advantage at the Walgreens Charity Championship, but she sure played like she did. Mallon shot 69 Saturday for a one-shot lead and came back with an even-par 72 Sunday to win the Legends Tour event at The Seagate...
  • Girls' Tennis: CdM moves past rival Newport Harbor and into quarterfinals

    The Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team presented players from rival Corona del Mar with flowers during pre-match introductions Friday afternoon. It was a nice gesture, one that showed the level of respect the programs have for each other. "Obviously...
  • Mallon shoots 3-under 69 to lead Legends Tour

    Mallon shoots 3-under 69 to lead Legends Tour
    Meg Mallon sank just about every putt she needed to make to take the first-day lead in the Legends Tour's Walgreens Charity Championship. "I have to apologize to my Pro-Am team because I made absolutely nothing," said Mallon of the foursome she played...
  • PRESS BOX: A's decline $15.3M offer to Lowrie

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: A's decline $15.3M offer to Lowrie The Oakland A's did not extend a $15.3 million qualifying offer to free agent shortstop Jed Lowrie. The A's do not have a major league shortstop on their roster for next season. Lowrie...
  • Patrick Reed apologizes for using anti-gay slur, F-bombs

    Patrick Reed apologizes for using anti-gay slur, F-bombs
    Golfer Patrick Reed apologized Friday for a profane outburst, which included an anti-gay slur and was caught on live TV, over his own play at the HSBC Champions in Shanghai on Friday. “Yesterday, I made a stupid error,” Reed said. “...
  • Bradley at home in Legends Tour event

    Bradley at home in Legends Tour event
    For Pat Bradley, the decision to come all the way from her home in Cape Cod, Mass., to play here in the Legends Tour's Walgreens Charity Championship was an easy one. The LPGA Hall of Famer who won 31 tournaments, including six majors, played her...
  • Golf: Alyaa amazing for CdM

    Golf: Alyaa amazing for CdM
    Alyaa Abdulghany realizes the power of first impressions. At 4-foot-11, the Corona del Mar High sophomore stands out on the golf course for her height — or lack thereof. "Quite the short one," Abdulghany said, flashing a big smile that reveals...
  • CdM sophomore Abdulghany wins CIF Southern Section girls' golf title

    CdM sophomore Abdulghany wins CIF Southern Section girls' golf title
    CHINO HILLS — Alyaa Abdulghany always tells herself to go at least two-under par in every competitive round. It usually helps achieve her goal to win. The Corona del Mar High sophomore actually went three-under on Thursday and it led to huge...
  • Burbank High girls' golfer Maemura reaches state qualifier

    There were four goals Burbank High girls' golfer Irene Maemura set before the season began. She reached the halfway point Thursday afternoon following one of her top 18-hole rounds of the year. Maemura carded a two-over-par 74 to finish tied for 18th at...
  • Foxwoods Outlet Mall Enters Final Phase Of Construction; May Opening Planned

    Foxwoods Outlet Mall Enters Final Phase Of Construction; May Opening Planned
    Workers have mostly enclosed the giant steel framework of the Tanger Outlets at Foxwoods as the project reaches its final phase en route to a scheduled opening May 21, 2015. Solid mounds of rock, a roadway and wetlands all made for a challenging...
  • But did you listen, Mr. President?

    But did you listen, Mr. President?
    WASHINGTON — "I hear you," President Barack Obama said to the voters who gave Democrats an electoral drubbing in Tuesday's midterm elections. But their message went in one presidential ear and out the other. The Republican victory was a...