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Swimming

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  • Flintridge Sacred Heart swimming topples Harvard-Westlake

    LOS ANGELES — Harvard-Westlake was the final obstacle in the way of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimming team finishing the Mission League dual meet schedule on top and undefeated once again. “Harvard-Westlake was the 900-pound gorilla...
  • High School Roundup: Laguna golf team sews up title

    High School Roundup: Laguna golf team sews up title
    With a championship already in hand, the Laguna Beach High boys' golf team is one victory away from completing an undefeated run through Orange Coast League competition. The Breakers went to 8-0 in league play and clinched the title Wednesday by getting...
  • High School Roundup: Merrell breaks CdM girls' swim record in 100 free

    GIRLS' SWIM Eva Merrell set a new Corona del Mar High record in the 100-yard freestyle in her win against Beckman. She finished in 50.86, which broke the former record set by Stephania Haralabidis in 2013. — Costa Mesa 121, Saddleback 42...
  • Glendale, Hoover High swimming split Pacific League meet

    GLENDALE — When the Glendale High and Hoover swimming teams get together for their cross-town rivalry meet each season, there’s little difficulty in getting the athletes motivated. Jayson Wilia and Lauren Warshaw grabbed the spotlight when...
  • Crescenta Valley High girls' swimming clinches share of Pacific League crown versus Arcadia

    Crescenta Valley High girls' swimming clinches share of Pacific League crown versus Arcadia
    LA CRESCENTA — Arcadia High opened its annual Pacific League swimming dual meet Wednesday by defeating rival Crescenta Valley in both the girls' and boys' 200-yard medley relays. The quick start allowed the Apaches to set a significant tone in the...
  • Waterlogged bald eagle spotted swimming in Severn River

    Waterlogged bald eagle spotted swimming in Severn River
    Monday afternoon, at the Epping Forest community beach, a bald eagle went swimming. It went bobbing across the water, wings flapping, right down a swimming lane toward shore. “It was the craziest thing,” said Wayne Booth, who happened to...
  • Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals

    Colbie Caillat flips into L.A.'s top real estate deals
    The homes of a music producer, a “Star Trek” actor and a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter were among the top residential real estate sales in the Greater Los Angeles area this last week. $7.662 million, Beverly Hills This Spanish-...
  • Burbank, Burroughs swimming teams split Pacific League meet

    BURBANK — The Burroughs High and Burbank swimming coaches took vastly different approaches to Wednesday's cross-town rivalry meet. "We just look at this as a regular meet against another opponent," Bulldogs Coach Gilbert Raposa said. "We are...
  • Phelps wins 100 butterfly at 1st meet in 8 months

    Michael Phelps won the 100-meter butterfly at his first meet in eight months Thursday night, beginning his push to compete at a fifth Olympics next year. The 18-time Olympic gold medalist led at the halfway mark and went on to touch first in 52.38...
  • Outdoors: Bigger the better when it comes to lure selection

    Outdoors: Bigger the better when it comes to lure selection
    With the arrival of the trophy rockfish season, let's talk about lures, specifically ones that work like a charm for catch-and-release rockfish in the Susquehanna fishery, and many other places and situations for that matter. Right now all the sport...
  • Commentary: Newport should maintain current `blackball' regulations

    Re. "Newport surfers may get a break with 'blackball' reduction," (April 9): Newport Beach's Parks, Beaches and Recreation Commission's misguided recommendation to allow hardboard surfing to mix with boogie boarders, body surfers and swimmers in the ocean...