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  • Reid comes under fire for head injuries

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. REID DEFENDS MEDICAL STAFF It's been a rough couple of days for Glendale Community College alum Andy Reid. The Philadelphia Eagles head coach is dealing with his team's Week...
  • Bakkila motors Harbor's fast start

    Blake Bakkila just got her driver's license after turning 16 last month. It makes sense, then, that she revels in her role as the sparkplug for the Newport Harbor High girls' tennis team. Bakkila, a junior, has perhaps the most prominent spot on the...
  • College Roundup

    MEN'S SOCCER Sacramento State 2, UC Irvine 0 SACRAMENTO — The host Hornets posted the first goal scored on the Anteaters this season in the fifth minute and scored again in the 52nd minute Sunday. Then-No. 8-ranked UCI (5-1) posted a 20-8 edge...
  • CdM seeks defense

    LONG BEACH — With 24 total exclusions called, the game was physical from the start. Corona del Mar High boys' water polo coach Barry O'Dea expected as much in his team's nonleague game against Long Beach Wilson. "You play Long Beach in Long...
  • Laguna faces major test

    Coming off a fifth-place finish at the Riverside Poly Tournament, the Laguna Beach High boys' water polo team is competing this week in its most challenging event on its schedule, the South Coast Tournament. The 32-team tournament began Thursday,...
  • Balance, defense key for CV

    PASADENA — Neither team made a move to run away with the game early when the boys' water polo teams from Crescenta Valley High and El Segundo met at Pasadena City College on Thursday afternoon, but the Falcons were well on their way to a win by...
  • Sailors bounce back

    Sailors bounce back
    NEWPORT BEACH — The second Battle of the Bay in less than 24 hours took place Saturday afternoon at Newport Harbor High. The attendance was a fraction of what it was the night before, and there was maybe not as much on the line. Still, the...
  • Prep puts Moors away

    LA CAŅADA FLINTRIDGE — After getting off to such a great start, the members of the Flintridge Prep boys' water polo team weren't about to let it all go to waste. So, at the first sign of resistance from an overmatched Alhambra, the Rebels moved...
  • 'Eaters Brock injured

    'Eaters Brock injured
    UC Irvine baseball pitcher Evan Brock, who went 6-4 with a 3.14 earned-run average as a freshman in 2010 and limited opponents to a .162 batting average, is out indefinitely after undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his right throwing shoulder,...
  • Milestone moment for Gossard

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. GOSSARD BECOMES WINS LEADER AT PCC Pasadena City College football coach and La Crescenta resident Dennis Gossard became the college's winningest coach Saturday after the...
  • Whitelegge a wall for Tars

    Whitelegge a wall for Tars
    Both feature a rectangular playing surface. The main goal of both is to get a round ball into a net. Newport Harbor High senior Chris Whitelegge got used to juggling basketball and water polo in his first couple of years with the Sailors. On the...