May 7, 2010
LAGUNA HILLS — Corona del Mar High senior Jaycee Olsen won the shot put and discus and finished second in the 200 meters to help the Sea Kings girls’ track and field team to the Pacific Coast League title Friday at Laguna Hills High. Melanie Powers won the 1,600 and 3,200, while Lelia Pozin won the 300 hurdles. Times and marks were not available. Marisa Cummings, Ali Hummelberg and Sarah Keddington followed in succession behind Powers in the 1,600, while Cummings and Hummelberg went 2-3 in the 3,200.
March 24, 2010
LAGUNA HILLS — Like the short-porch center-field fence perched atop a virtual cliff, the Corona del Mar High baseball team spent the majority of its Pacific Coast League game at Laguna Hills Tuesday on the precipice. But, time after time, the Sea Kings found footing on higher ground in an 8-1 victory that helps them maintain their spot at the top of the league standings. “Superior defense, clutch pitching and great hitting,” said CdM Coach John Emme, whose squad, after a 2-5 start, has opened league 2-0 and is tied for first with defending league champion Beckman.
March 16, 2010
Our beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother died at home in Laguna Hills after courageously fighting bone cancer for three and a half years. Larry was born in Los Angeles two years after his brother John. The family moved to Eagle Rock when Larry was in the 2nd grade and he lived there through high school. Larry was an outstanding athlete and excelled in football, baseball and track at Eagle Rock High School.
February 16, 2010
The Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team enters the CIF Southern Section playoffs hot, healthy and heralded. The Sea Kings (19-1-1), ranked No. 16 nationally by ESPN RISE, are the No. 1 seed in Division IV and will play host to either Wilson of Hacienda Heights or Centennial of Compton in Thursday’s first round. Orange Coast League champion Estancia (13-8-3) also has a Division IV home contest Thursday against the winner of today’s wild-card game between Hoover of Glendale and Malibu.
January 26, 2010
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — The Corona del Mar High boys’ soccer team was forced to face a complete opposite Monday. The Sea Kings made up last week’s Pacific Coast League match that was postponed due to the rain. They knew what to expect at San Juan Hills. No offense from the winless Stallions. Teams have to try to score to win. San Juan Hills has yet to figure it out. San Juan Hills packed it in on the defensive end, ignoring any offensive duties. The Sea Kings provided the scoring punch, a Reed Williams goal on a penalty kick late in the first half that stood up for a 1-0 victory.