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Swimming

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  • Indian Creek 7th grader wins indoor track title

    Lacey Eden, a seventh grader at Indian Creek School, won the National Indoor USATF 3,000 meter 14/13 indoor track title. Her time was 10 minutes, 46.06 seconds. She also finished second in the 1,500 meter competition with a time of 4.53.17. This summer...
  • Pool Ownership 101: What new pool owners should know

    Pool Ownership 101: What new pool owners should know
    Pools can be a dream come true, providing hours of fun, relaxation or exercise and serving as a beautiful setting for entertaining. Jumping into the deep end of pool management can be overwhelming for first-time pool owners. Knowledge, however, can be the...
  • High School Roundup: Laguna dominates in league opener

    High School Roundup: Laguna dominates in league opener
    The Laguna Beach boys' tennis team swept its way into the start of its Orange Coast League season Tuesday. The defending champs, again ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division 4, hosted Saddleback and shut out the Roadrunners, 18-0. In singles,...
  • High School Roundup: CdM's Merrell breaks two school swim records

    GIRLS' SWIMMING Corona del Mar 90, Irvine 80 IRVINE — CdM freshman Eva Merrell set two school records in her first high school dual meet, the Sea Kings' Pacific Coast League opener on the road Wednesday. Merrell won the 100-yard butterfly in 54....
  • High School Swimming: Mesa sweeps Estancia

    High School Swimming: Mesa sweeps Estancia
    Yessenia Villa is used to interviewing people. Villa, a senior at Costa Mesa High, writes for the school newspaper, The Equestrian. But on Wednesday, the interviewer became the interviewee. "This is so cool," Villa said. "Finally." She earned it...
  • Cristian Quintero will lead Trojans at NCAA swimming championships

    Cristian Quintero will lead Trojans at NCAA swimming championships
    Cristian Quintero is going to be busy the next three days. The USC senior could swim as many as 14 races at the NCAA championships in Iowa City, Iowa, where the Trojans will try to win their first national title since 1977. The championships begin...
  • Community news for Glastonbury edition

    Local student wins metals at NE Swimming & Diving Championship GLASTONBURY - For the second year in a row, Kingswood Oxford's Boys' Swimming & Diving team placed second in the New England Prep School Swimming and Diving Championship (Div. 2), which was...
  • Crescenta Valley swimming sweeps past Glendale in dominant form

    Crescenta Valley swimming sweeps past Glendale in dominant form
    LA CRESCENTA — For quite some time, Crescenta Valley High has been residing atop the mountain of competition in Pacific League swimming.  The Falcons, reigning league champions in both girls’ and boys’ swimming, looked to hold that...
  • From James Bond to a smuggler's hangout, Bahamian chain has it all

     From James Bond to a smuggler's hangout, Bahamian chain has it all
    The Exumas, composed of 360 beautiful islands stretching 130 miles along the northeastern edge of the Grand Bahamas Bank, provide a rich and unique sand and sea vacation experience. And with only a handful of resorts and charter companies, it's mostly...
  • Chevy Chase Country Club's expansion plans clear fairway with council approval

    Chevy Chase Country Club will get a 15,000-square-foot expansion after the Glendale City Council on Tuesday granted approval of the overhaul, which club owners hope will make the venue more economically viable and help replenish diminished membership....
  • Lehigh Valley native Betty Mullen Brey, who died on same day as Chuck Bednarik, was a sports legend in her own right

    You can only imagine the emotional turmoil that must have been swirling in the mind of Notre Dame men's basketball coach Mike Brey on Saturday. The high of an Atlantic Coast Conference championship still lingering. A tough opening-round struggle against...