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California Interscholastic Federation

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  • CdM's Larsen named PCL's top pitcher

    CdM's Larsen named PCL's top pitcher
    Corona del Mar High junior pitcher Evan Larsen garnered the Pacific Coast League Pitcher of the Year award by playing an instrumental role in the baseball team's runner-up finish in league and its first CIF Southern Section postseason appearance since...
  • Baseball: Mission Viejo wins Division 2 title behind Patrick Sandoval

    With his fastball hitting its mark, left-hander Patrick Sandoval of Mission Viejo was going to be tough to beat, and when his teammates broke a tie with two runs in the sixth, it was all but over. Sandoval finished with a two-hitter as Mission Viejo...
  • High School Baseball: Sage Hill's Super Academy League MVP

    Sage Hill School sophomore pitcher Brett Super took home the Academy League MVP award in baseball, after lifting his team to its first undefeated league championship and first quarterfinal appearance in the CIF Southern Section Division 6 playoffs in five...
  • Girls' Volleyball: Back Bay quartet, North swept aside

    The North girls' volleyball team had but one practice to prepare for the Dave Mohs Memorial Orange County High School All-Star match. Corona del Mar High senior Katie Craig did not use that as an excuse, but she did point out the fact that the North...
  • Boys' Volleyball: UCI-bound Friedman keys South win

    After playing his final high school volleyball match, Grant Friedman didn't really want to talk about his stellar performance. It seemed as if every set that came to him he put away and led the South boys to the win in the 38th annual Dave Mohs...
  • High School Track & Field: Sage's McCord, Tars' Bender advance to state finals

    CLOVIS — Sage Hill School senior high jumper CJ McCord and Newport Harbor High senior hurdler Hope Bender qualified Friday for Saturday's finals at the CIF State Track and Field Championships at Buchanan High. McCord, who finished second at the...
  • Girls' Water Polo: Sea Kings' Storm commits to UCLA

    Corona del Mar High junior girls' water polo center Bridgett Storm has verbally committed to UCLA, she said Friday. Storm was a first-team All-Pacific Coast League selection for CdM (23-7) this past winter, helping the Sea Kings win another PCL title and...
  • College Volleyball: Hernandez back at UCI

    Former UC Irvine women's volleyball assistant coach Sabrina Hernandez had been hired by first-year coach Ashlie Hain to take the same position for the 2015 seasons. Hernandez spent nine years as a UCI assistant from 2003-2011. During that time, Hernandez...
  • College Update: Crescenta Valley's Ashby concludes stellar Stanford career

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Erin Ashby (Crescenta Valley High, 2011) Stanford University softball senior: Following a high school career filled with team success and many an individual accolade at the All-Area,...
  • Crescenta Valley baseball's memorable run comes to close in semifinals at Mission Viejo

    Crescenta Valley baseball's memorable run comes to close in semifinals at Mission Viejo
    MISSION VIEJO — For the better part of 30 games, Crescenta Valley High’s baseball team capitalized on tremendous pitching, staunch defense and timely hitting to turn in one of the program’s greatest seasons. But under the sweltering...
  • Tennis: Local duo in round of 16

    Tennis: Local duo in round of 16
    Newport Harbor High senior Reese Stalder and Corona del Mar junior Bjorn Hoffmann each have high hopes for the CIF Southern Section Individuals Boys' Tennis Tournament, which continues Friday at Seal Beach Tennis Center. It could be said that both...