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  • Girls' Tennis: Trojans too much for CdM

    Just this week, Corona del Mar High girls' tennis coach Brian Ricker learned the correct spelling of his No. 1 singles player's name. Ricker did not know freshman Danielle Willson's last name had two "L"s in it. Willson took three "Ls" on Thursday...
  • Doubles teams pace Laguna

    Doubles teams pace Laguna
    The Laguna Beach girls' tennis team picked up its third decisive victory in Orange Coast League play Tuesday by defeating visiting Calvary Chapel, 16-2. The Breakers swept all three lines in doubles play, and Kelly Keller swept at No. 3 singles....
  • High School Football: Final tuneups on tap

    Three local prep football teams have now completed the nonleague portion of their schedules. Three others, will do the same this week. Edison, Fountain Valley and Huntington Beach all ended nonleague play last week. Over the next three days starting...
  • H.B. sixth at South Coast Tournament

    Huntington Beach took sixth place and Edison finished 25th last weekend in boys' water polo action at the South Coast Tournament. The Oilers, then the No. 4-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division 1, were sixth at the 32-team event which began...
  • Girls' Tennis: Los Al upsets CdM

    LOS ALAMITOS — Los Alamitos High girls' tennis coach Kevin Garrett called it the biggest win in program history. For Corona del Mar, it was just another tough nonleague loss. The Sea Kings, ranked No. 5 in CIF Southern Section Division 1, were...
  • Game of the Week: Crescenta Valley High, Burbank brace for collision course

    Game of the Week: Crescenta Valley High, Burbank brace for collision course
    The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Approaching the halfway point in the season, Crescenta Valley and Burbank sport winning records and have spent the entire season ranked in the CIF Southern Section...
  • Weekly Previews: Jim Bonds leads St. Francis football against former pupil

    Weekly Previews: Jim Bonds leads St. Francis football against former pupil
    The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Calabasas at St. Francis, 7 p.m. Thursday: Between 1997-99, Jim Bonds and Casey Clausen enjoyed plenty of success together at Alemany High. With Bonds coaching the...
  • Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club: St. Francis football continues to pile up big numbers

    Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club: St. Francis football continues to pile up big numbers
    GLENDALE — The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 72nd year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the fourth meeting of the year. BONDS PRAISES OFFENSIVE UNIT The St. Francis High football team, ranked...
  • Scott Ross, former USC All-America linebacker, dies at 45

    Scott Ross, former USC All-America linebacker, dies at 45
    Scott Ross, a former All-America linebacker for USC who played on three Rose Bowl teams, died Sunday in Lafayette, La., the university announced. He was 45. Ross was found dead in a car parked outside a church, according to Craig Stansbury, public...
  • St. John Bosco's Matt Katnik shows he's an athlete with class

    St. John Bosco's Matt Katnik shows he's an athlete with class
    It's one of those wonderful sports moments captured on video that makes everyone laugh. Matt Katnik, the 6-foot-4, 305-pound St. John Bosco lineman, was trying to celebrate a touchdown with 165-pound sophomore receiver Kristian Gilbert. A chest bump...
  • Girls' Tennis: Dons edge CdM

    When the Santa Barbara High girls' tennis team defeated Newport Harbor in the CIF Southern Section Division 2 championship match in 2011, the Dons did it with a surprisingly large group of talented freshmen. Those freshmen are now seniors. Guess what?...