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  • MLB Draft: Newport Harbor's Seabold selected by Orioles

    MLB Draft: Newport Harbor's Seabold selected by Orioles
    Before the start of the Major League Baseball Draft, Newport Harbor High Coach Evan Chalmers received a call from a scout on Connor Seabold. Chalmers doesn't remember the scout's name, just the questions the scout asked about Seabold's character and...
  • Boys' Tennis: Stalder making moves for Sailors

    Boys' Tennis: Stalder making moves for Sailors
    Reese Stalder earns respect on the tennis court, not only for his big serve and great hands but also for the way that he plays the game. Stalder is not one of those players who calls every close ball "out." But if his opponent is doing so, he also is...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Breakers collect regional title

    It there was one area of concern for Laguna Beach High boys' volleyball Coach Darren Utterback last week, it was at what level of motivation his Breakers would have as they began the CIF Southern California Regional Division III championship tournament....
  • Boys' Tennis: Breakers reach second round

    Singles player Ryan Gee and the doubles team of Alex Duong and Ethan Gee represented Laguna Beach High at the CIF Southern Section Boys' Individual Tennis Regionals May 29 at Corona del Mar High. In his first match of the tournament, Ryan Gee, singles...
  • Outside distractions cloud on-field achievements in strange season

    Outside distractions cloud on-field achievements in strange season
    Who knew that the 2013-14 high school sports season ending this weekend would have been so greatly influenced by Wiffle balls, cellphones, lawyers and proms? There have been so many sports dilemmas and ethical quandaries that the line separating right...
  • Burroughs High's Schwartz ready for tough competition in state meet

    Burroughs High's Schwartz ready for tough competition in state meet
    Matt Schwartz is ready for the competition of his life. Schwartz, a senior at Burroughs High, has endured a long season and has enjoyed his share of success in the boys' pole vault. That success has paid off in the form of a spot in the 96th annual CIF...
  • Quartet heads to state for CIF Track & Field Championships

    Four local prep athletes will be in Clovis this weekend for the 2014 CIF Track and Field State Championships. The athletes are Cassie Durgy and George Gleason of Huntington Beach High, and Eamon Smythe and AJ Beynon of Edison. The quartet will take...
  • Baseball: Chargers come up short against JSerra

    Baseball: Chargers come up short against JSerra
    Edison High's run in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 baseball playoffs came to a halt Friday, but not by much. The Chargers took top-seeded JSerra to the final out of their quarterfinal showdown but ended up with a season-ending, 2-0 loss to the...
  • Boys' Volleyball: Another crown for Oilers

    Boys' Volleyball: Another crown for Oilers
    Huntington Beach High and Los Angeles Loyola have to stop meeting like this. Perhaps for Loyola's sake, anyway. For the fourth time in four major championship matches in the past 12 months, Huntington has defeated Loyola. The run started when the...
  • La Cañada High tabs del Mundo as new girls' basketball coach

    Looking for an experienced coach with a proven track record, La Cañada High selected veteran Jett del Mundo II as its next girls’ basketball coach the school announced Wednesday afternoon. Del Mundo boasts a background as an administrator and coach...
  • Glendale High's Sammy Fabian, Crescenta Valley's Hailey Cookson only locals on All-Pacific League first team

    Glendale High's Sammy Fabian, Crescenta Valley's Hailey Cookson only locals on All-Pacific League first team
    Across the diamond, the Crescenta Valley High and Glendale softball teams featured an abundance of talent. But the Nitros and Falcons tied for fourth-place in the Pacific League, so only one standout per team earned first-team recognition. As the All-...
  • Crescenta Valley High baseball shakes off early hiccups to beat Redlands East Valley to advance to quarterfinals

    REDLANDS — Crescenta Valley High baseball’s success has often been dictated by staunch defense and stellar pitching. A tumultuous start Tuesday afternoon saw both aspects falter and the Falcons trailed by two runs after the first inning....