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  • Laguna girls' tennis team is primed for big year

    Laguna girls' tennis team is primed for big year
    With a strong nucleus returning to the court this fall, the 2014 season could bring big things to the Laguna Beach High girls' tennis team. The Breakers are about to embark on the start to that season by holding preseason practices, each leading up to...
  • Caitlyn Brooks was complete player for Burbank High softball

    Caitlyn Brooks was complete player for Burbank High softball
    Burbank High’s Caitlyn Brooks has made a name for herself as a successful pitcher since she broke onto the high school scene three years ago as a freshman. And rightfully so. In three seasons with the Bulldogs, the dominant right-hander has racked...
  • Unfortunately, changing schools is the norm for prep athletes

    Unfortunately, changing schools is the norm for prep athletes
    It has been called the "new normal." Transfers are changing the culture of high school sports. Lax rules combined with little fear of consequences are allowing star athletes to move around as if they were free agents. It was so simple 20 years ago...
  • Water Polo: Mann, Cupido on U.S. roster

    Corona del Mar High product John Mann and recent Newport Harbor High graduate Luca Cupido are on the roster for the U.S. men's senior national water polo team as it competes in the upcoming FINA World Cup. Mann and Cupido are two of 13 players who will...
  • La Cañada High swimmer Garrett Chin grabs top billing

    La Cañada High swimmer Garrett Chin grabs top billing
    Like the anchor of a relay, Garrett Chin waited patiently on deck for his opportunity to bring it all home. The La Cañada High senior swimmer got his chance to take top billing on the Spartans boys' swimming team this season. He excelled in the starring...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart's Kirsten Vose led Tologs to even more success

    Flintridge Sacred Heart's Kirsten Vose led Tologs to even more success
    In a sport characterized by individual accomplishment in which success is most often defined by tenths of a second, Kirsten Vose's past season at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy was hardly one that ran along traditional definitions. In a nod to the...
  • Sports participation in California reaches record level; lacrosse makes gains

    Sports participation in California reaches record level; lacrosse makes gains
    High school sports participation in California reached an all-time high of 763,306 participants, according to an annual survey released by the CIF. Of all the sports, lacrosse added the largest percentage increase (3.9%), adding 580 participants, 303...
  • Crescenta Valley soccer's Justin Wright commits to UC Davis

    Crescenta Valley soccer's Justin Wright commits to UC Davis
    Crescenta Valley High boys’ soccer player Justin Wright, who finished with 52 points and earned All-Area first-team honors last season, verbally committed to UC Davis on Tuesday. The senior midfielder, who finished with 18 goals and 16 assists...
  • Baseball: Hartsell continues to rise

    Baseball: Hartsell continues to rise
    Preston Hartsell roamed the same hallways as the baseball players at Corona del Mar High last school year. Hartsell attended CdM Middle School, which shares a campus with CdM High. Most of the time, the high school kids don't pay much attention to the...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Robert Lynn steps down as Newport Harbor HS coach

    Boys' Water Polo: Robert Lynn steps down as Newport Harbor HS coach
    Robert Lynn resigned as boys' water polo coach at Newport Harbor High on Friday, Principal Sean Boulton said Monday night. It is not known why Lynn stepped down. He has yet to respond to voice and text messages. "We can't talk about personnel issues,"...
  • High school transfers turn neighborhood teams into outdated notion

    High school transfers turn neighborhood teams into outdated notion
    It took something extra to transform the basketball team at St. John Bosco High into a winner. The Braves needed more talent than could be found in their working-class community of Bellflower. They needed a versatile guard, an athletic forward and a big...