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  • Boys' Volleyball: Laguna Beach falls short in CIF-SS Division 2 final

    Boys' Volleyball: Laguna Beach falls short in CIF-SS Division 2 final
    NORWALK — It wasn't that surprising to see Laguna Beach High and Esperanza playing on the final Saturday of the CIF Southern Section Division 2 boys' volleyball tournament, seeing as how the Breakers and Aztecs were two of the divisions' premiere...
  • Cory Hahn's life changes with accident, but baseball remains the same

    He had already rolled across the stage to accept his degree, the graduation ceremony halted to create a safe path for his wheelchair, wild cheering everywhere. But Cory Hahn had to take one more test. The former Southland baseball star, who graduated...
  • CIF Federated Council approves practice limitations

     The CIF Federated Council gave final approval on Friday to new practice rules that will limit all high school sports teams to no more than 18 hours of practice in a week and no more than four hours in a single day. The rules takes effect with the new...
  • High School Roundup

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Corona del Mar def. Northwood IRVINE — Augie Miller led a balanced attack with 13 kills and two blocks as the Sea Kings completed an undefeated Pacific Coast League campaign Tuesday at Northwood. Ryan Moss had 10 kills for CdM...
  • Family of Falcons enshrined in latest Crescenta Valley Hall of Fame class

    Family of Falcons enshrined in latest Crescenta Valley Hall of Fame class
    GLENDALE — In many ways, the annual Crescenta Valley High Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony parallels that of a family reunion. Former standout players and coaches, all of whom helped play major roles in shaping and solidifying the school&...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Titles roll in for HB

    Boys' Volleyball: Titles roll in for HB
    That championship form still fits the Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team like a glove. Within a four-day period, the Oilers laid claim to not one, but two championships. First, they weathered a two-day, seven game stretch to win the Redondo...
  • High School Roundup: Furey wins PCL

    Corona del Mar High senior Hale Furey captured the Pacific Coast League individual championshp after he shot a two-day total of three-under-par 139, winning by five strokes Wednesday. Furey, who will golf at Harvard, fired a five-under 66 in the first...
  • Schedule (through May 15)

    Friday JV Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Godinez at Laguna Boys' Volleyball (6:30 p.m.) Alumni game — Tuesday Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Costa Mesa JV Baseball (3:15 p.m.) Costa Mesa at Laguna Softball (4 p.m.) Godinez vs. Laguna (at Thurston...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Edison edges Newport for playoff berth

    Boys' Volleyball: Edison edges Newport for playoff berth
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — Newport Harbor High wanted to play the Sunset League playoff match at Huntington Beach. Edison preferred Fountain Valley. One of the reasons the Sailors objected to the Chargers' neutral site was because of the slippery floor at...
  • High School Roundup: Laguna boys' volleyball grabs momentum

    With the CIF Southern Section playoffs looming in the coming week, the Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball team gained some postseason momentum by earning an important and impressive victory Wednesday. In a nonleague matchup between two of the top-ranked...
  • La Cañada High's Lucas Chmielewski takes third at Rio Hondo League Tournament

    TEMPLE CITY — Chances are, the freshman season for La Cañada High singles player Lucas Chmielewski came to a close on Thursday afternoon. But the day certainly provided evidence that there are likely to be brighter days ahead for the Spartans...