The Costa Mesa Aquatics club added another big tournament win to its trophy case.

The 10U team took the championship last weekend at the Laguna Beach tournament.

The club went undefeated, winning five games against some major powerhouse teams. Never falling behind in any of the games, CMAC easily sailed through the tournament, beating Capistrano Valley, 11-8, Huntington Beach, 14-1, Pacific Polo, 13-2, Corona del Mar, 5-1, and 15-5 against RIverside for the championship.

Coaches Cody and Dustin Serrano said they are so proud of how hard the team played and they are quickly becoming one of the top 10U teams in the area. They have their sights set on competing in the Junior Olympics this summer.

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CdM victorious again

After winning the Coastal Athletic League championship with an average victory margin of 25 points, the Corona del Mar eighth-grade boys' basketball team faced once last challenge to its two-year undefeated record.

A special game was set up against Vineyard Christian of Anaheim. Vineyard also won its league with an impressive undefeated record. The new game was to determine possibly the top team in Orange County.

CdM came out on top, 76-50.

CdM used its smothering pressure defense and teamwork on offense to jump to a quick 11- 2 lead. However, capitalizing on CdM foul trouble, Vineyard Christian was able to bring the game closer in the second quarter.

The second half have featured CdM's full court press, half-court trap and explosive fast break, which proved to be too much as they outscored Vineyard Christian, 24-4, in the third quarter and eventually won the highly anticipated contest.

The team was led by Garrett White, Sam Kobrine, Matt Ctvrlik, Karl Donovan, Nick Premer and Tommy Winkle. Strong contributions were added by Ben Brooks, Danill Cheadle, Brian Chelf, Jordan Hauser, Roman Hays, Kevin McCarthy and Ford Secrist.

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