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  • Belden goes for gold

    The U.S. national women's water polo team — which includes Newport Harbor High alumna Anne Belden — defeated China, 10-9, Saturday in the semifinals of the FINA World Cup in Christchurch, New Zealand. The victory propels the Americans into...
  • Tolog title dreams achieved

    Tolog title dreams achieved
    GLENDALE —This is the third of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. Things couldn't have gone better than planned surrounding the...
  • Glendale makes a splash

    Glendale makes a splash
    GLENDALE — This is the fourth of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. The sports landscape at Glendale High had many memorable...
  • CdM plays numbers game

    CdM plays numbers game
    Brian Ricker doesn't like cutting girls from his teams. The Corona del Mar High girls' tennis coach hasn't done too much of it since becoming coach in 2004. "I've heard, 'Oh, why don't you just cut all those seniors,' " Ricker said. "I don't like...
  • Sailors capture crown

    The Newport Harbor High tennis program won the inaugural World Team Tennis Pacific Challenge high school tournament Saturday at The Tennis Club Newport Beach, beating Sage Hill, 37-21, in the final. In high school WTT competition each match consists of...
  • Always the competitor

    Always the competitor
    Competing in girls' golf for four years at Burroughs High, Emily Tubert was an important part on every Indian team in which she played. Although she did participate on teams, the individualistic aspect of the sport didn't hold the same camaraderie as...
  • Year of Tornado improvement

    Year of Tornado improvement
    GLENDALE — This is the fifth of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. Some signs of improvement at Hoover High were shown throughout...
  • Area's best is up for grabs

    There was no doubt who the best girls' golfer in the area was the last few seasons. Along with past area standouts Grace Woo and Moah Chang of Burbank High, Burroughs star Emily Tubert is among a small elite group of golfers who have made their marks on...
  • Recalling the Rebels

    Recalling the Rebels
    GLENDALE — This is the sixth of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. Whether it was Prep League titles won, CIF playoff appearances...
  • Big West byes eliminated

    Big West byes eliminated
    UC Irvine men's basketball coach Russ Turner said recently that he had yet to exhale with any form of relaxation since being hired in early April. And regardless of how well the Anteaters do in Turner's first season, they will not have any chance to...
  • Locals capture silver medal

    The Laguna Beach 12-and-Under girls' water polo team took the silver medal at last week's National Junior Olympic Championships at USC. In battling through the top 24 teams in the nation in a grueling four-day tournament, the local squad capped an...