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Top 10 Sports Stories of the Year: Sea Kings dominate 2010

It was a banner year for Corona del Mar, which had its boys' soccer and boys' water polo teams win CIF championships.

December 31, 2010|Barry Faulkner, barry.faulkner@latimes.com

10 Bridgette Reyes: The Vanguard University senior was named NAIA Co-Player of the Year in women's basketball after averaging 20 points and 6.2 assists for the Golden State Athletic Conference regular-season and tournament champions.

Reyes, a 5-7 guard, ranked second nationally in assists and assist-to-turnover ratio. She also averaged 4.7 rebounds to help the Lions finish 27-3.

Reyes is the fourth Vanguard player to earn National Player of the Year recognition.

Other notable stories:

*Aaron Chaney resigns as CdM girls water polo coach.

*Newport Harbor High and Sage Hill School reach the CIF Southern Section girls' tennis final in their respective divisions.

*Corona del Mar High boys' basketball goes 24-4.

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*Vanguard University baseball reaches NAIA Tournament.

*Vanguard men's soccer reaches NAIA Tournament.

*Jones Cup.

*Estancia football wins first league title in 21 seasons.

*Sage Hill baseball reaches CIF semifinals.

*Newport Beach resident Scott Cook wins the state pole vault title representing Mater Dei.

*UCI men's soccer wins Big West crown.

*CdM High boys' volleyball reaches CIF semifinals.

*Newport Harbor High field hockey wins Tournament of Champions.

*Orange Coast College men's volleyball reaches state final.

*UCI's Charles Jock breaks Steve Scott's 800 meters school record.

*UCI men's and women's tennis win conference titles.

*CdM boys' lacrosse reaches title game.

*Estancia baseball wins league crown.

*Costa Mesa aquatic complex opens.

Brett Hanson-Dent retires from ATP.

Alexa Glatch, Taylor Dent compete at U.S. Open.

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