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  • Tiger Woods says timing of breakup with Lindsey Vonn 'brutal'

    Tiger Woods says timing of breakup with Lindsey Vonn 'brutal'
    May 3 has been a difficult day for golfer Tiger Woods for some time. But the anniversary of the death of Earl Woods was even harder this past Sunday. The loss of his father, mentor and first coach coincided with the end of Tiger Woods’ high-...
  • Tiger Woods planning a busy summer

    Tiger Woods planning a busy summer
    Riding the momentum of a solid showing at the Masters, Tiger Woods has committed to play in at least five more tournaments through early August. Woods tweeted on Wednesday that he will be at the U.S. Open, the British Open, the Memorial Tournament,...
  • Tiger Woods will play again in June, Jack Nicklaus says

    Tiger Woods will play again in June, Jack Nicklaus says
    Two weeks ago, Tiger Woods walked away from the Masters without specifying when he might return to the PGA Tour. Now it seems he will play in Jack Nicklaus' Memorial Tournament in June. Nicklaus told reporters that Woods revealed his plans during a...
  • Charlie Manuel to make an appearance at Justin Sheftel Memorial Softball Tournament

    Charlie Manuel to make an appearance at Justin Sheftel Memorial Softball Tournament
    Justin Sheftel was a huge Red Sox fan. But as a big baseball fan, who knows, he might have gotten caught up in all the excitement generated around here by the 2008 Phillies. Either way, Sheftel would have loved the fact that a tournament bearing his...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Rose's Legacy Donates $65,000 to Komen CT

    The Ninth Annual Roses Legacy Memorial Golf Tournament raised another $65,000 toward the fight against breast cancer, bringing the nine-year total to $440,000. Principally supported by Employee Family Protection, Inc. (EFP), Roses Legacy keeps alive...
  • Girls' Volleyball: Sage Hill on top again

    Girls' Volleyball: Sage Hill on top again
    FULLERTON — Lightning has struck three times in four years for the Sage Hill School girls' volleyball team at the CIF Southern Section finals. Sage Hill won the Division 3AA title on Saturday, defeating archrival St. Margaret's, 25-12, 26-28, 25-...
  • Saturday's college and local multi-sport roundup: Unbeaten Mount Union ends CNU's women's volleyball winning streak at 11

    Colleges: Women’s volleyball: Unbeaten Mount Union of Ohio ended Christopher Newport’s season-opening winning streak at 11 by beating the Captains in straight sets in the CNU Invitational at the Freeman Center. Lauren Mastroine had 25...
  • After a bumpy week, Phil Mickelson focuses on golf

    After a bumpy week, Phil Mickelson focuses on golf
    A tumultuous week behind him, Phil Mickelson is turning his attention to the upcoming U.S. Open. Mickelson planned to spend his off days -- Monday and Tuesday -- at Pinehurst, where he'll dial in the course and work on his game. "I need to putt a...
  • Rory McIlroy back to golf amid lingering personal questions

    Rory McIlroy back to golf amid lingering personal questions
    In the often taciturn realm of professional athletes, Rory McIlroy always has been markedly patient and candid with the media. But it seems the golfer from Northern Ireland has reached his limit when it comes to discussing his split last week with...
  • Girls' tennis team steps up

    Despite having to battle through some injuries, the Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team showed its depth and fought its way to a pair of recent home nonleague victories. The Breakers, which debuted Monday at No. 3 in the first CIF Southern Section...
  • High School Roundup: Breakers grab title again

    The Orange Coast League championship again belongs to the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team. On the final day of the league and regular season Wednesday, the Breakers claimed the title by defeating visiting Costa Mesa, 18-4, in a game that...