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  • Crescenta Valley soccer's Justin Wright commits to UC Davis

    Crescenta Valley soccer's Justin Wright commits to UC Davis
    Crescenta Valley High boys’ soccer player Justin Wright, who finished with 52 points and earned All-Area first-team honors last season, verbally committed to UC Davis on Tuesday. The senior midfielder, who finished with 18 goals and 16 assists...
  • Baseball: Hartsell continues to rise

    Baseball: Hartsell continues to rise
    Preston Hartsell roamed the same hallways as the baseball players at Corona del Mar High last school year. Hartsell attended CdM Middle School, which shares a campus with CdM High. Most of the time, the high school kids don't pay much attention to the...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Robert Lynn steps down as Newport Harbor HS coach

    Boys' Water Polo: Robert Lynn steps down as Newport Harbor HS coach
    Robert Lynn resigned as boys' water polo coach at Newport Harbor High on Friday, Principal Sean Boulton said Monday night. It is not known why Lynn stepped down. He has yet to respond to voice and text messages. "We can't talk about personnel issues,"...
  • High school transfers turn neighborhood teams into outdated notion

    High school transfers turn neighborhood teams into outdated notion
    It took something extra to transform the basketball team at St. John Bosco High into a winner. The Braves needed more talent than could be found in their working-class community of Bellflower. They needed a versatile guard, an athletic forward and a big...
  • Unfortunately, changing schools is the norm for prep athletes

    Unfortunately, changing schools is the norm for prep athletes
    It has been called the "new normal." Transfers are changing the culture of high school sports. Lax rules combined with little fear of consequences are allowing star athletes to move around as if they were free agents. It was so simple 20 years ago...
  • Special report: The culture of transfers in high school sports

    There were more than 15,000 high school students who sought athletic eligibility after transferring this past school year, according to California Interscholastic Federation statistics. In an attempt to provide a clearer understanding on what's...
  • Alumni Basketball: CdM Class of 2007 captures crown

    The Class of 2007 survived an overtime thriller and came out on top as champions of the 26th annual Jack Errion Corona del Mar High School Alumni Basketball Tournament at the Sea Kings' gym n Saturday. Winners of a CIF Southern Section title their senior...
  • Award-winning season for Burroughs High's Sawyer Patterson

    Award-winning season for Burroughs High's Sawyer Patterson
    It was a symbolic gesture and the culmination of an eventful and sometimes grueling junior year for Burroughs High’s Sawyer Patterson. “It was really funny for me on the last day of school this past year,” said Patterson, a standout...
  • Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach

    Daily Pilot Coach of the Year: CdM's Meyer made to coach
    In three Corona del Mar High football seasons, Coach Scott Meyer has accomplished more during that short span than the school had in its previous 48 years. The third season led to many firsts for the Sea Kings. They claimed their second straight...
  • Tully Talk: Recognizing the best, and the worst, with the Tully Trophy

    Tully Talk: Recognizing the best, and the worst, with the Tully Trophy
    Summer is in full force and many local high school athletes are finally getting some time to relax, while others are competing in summer leagues or headed to compete in college after an eventful 2013-14 school year. The year saw its share of...
  • HB's Ross leads South into battle

    HB's Ross leads South into battle
    It's only a few hours away from opening kickoff of the 55th annual Brea Lions Club Orange County North/South Prep All-Star Charity Football Game, and 11 local athletes, having gone through several practice sessions since June 30, are ready to take part in...
  • Spartan Basketball Camp still a show on floor

    Spartan Basketball Camp still a show on floor
    LA CAÑADA — One session being taught the fundamentals of basketball wasn’t enough. Neither was a second. So, Devin Sagarian found himself inside the air-conditioned La Cañada High south gymnasium for the third week in the last month looking...