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  • In the Pipeline: Ocean View High coaching legends honored

    In the Pipeline: Ocean View High coaching legends honored
    "Seahawks, please draw your attention to the front of the stadium stands, where some very special guests are joining us for homecoming tonight."
  • Edison's Cerda named Gatorade California Girls Soccer Player of the Year

    Edison's Cerda named Gatorade California Girls Soccer Player of the Year
    MacKenzie Cerda sat in her economics class at Edison High late-morning Tuesday when the unexpected announcement came her way. A "surprise," she called it, that came on what she thought had been an ordinary start to the day. The senior learned that she...

    Briefs: Anderson on men's pipeline staff

    Huntington Beach High boys' water polo head coach Brian Anderson has been named to the coaching staff for USA Water Polo's USA Men's National Pipeline teams. The staff, which will work with the USA Junior, Youth and Cadet level teams, was announced Dec....

    On Theater: A 'Blonde' moment worth having

    On Theater: A 'Blonde' moment worth having
    Of all the stage musicals based on hit movies over the years ("Applause," "Promises, Promises," etc.), few have hit the ground running with the wit, verve and sheer entertainment value of "Legally Blonde," now in its second and final weekend at Golden...

    Around Town: Marina student gets collegiate boost

    Around Town: Marina student gets collegiate boost
    A big congratulations has to go out to Betty Nguyen for the unbelievable scholarship she earned. Nguyen is the first Marina High School student to win the Gates Millennium Scholarship, according to a news release. The award is given to 1,000 students...