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  • She directed her potential to the classroom

    She directed her potential to the classroom
    Perhaps Lisa Taylor could have used her physics degree to work for Boeing, SpaceX, but the 24-year-old opted to become a teacher. Even after graduating from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles in 2011, she continued hearing form top-notch...
  • Assistance League lends financial hand to teachers

    Assistance League lends financial hand to teachers
    With computers all over school campuses these days, teachers are finding ways to help students get the most out of the technology. Fourth-grade teacher Mary Hardy's effort to do just that received a boost Monday when she was awarded a chunk of the money...
  • Briefs: Waves hoops tryouts Sunday

    The H.B. Waves Girls' Basketball Club will hold a tryout for its 2013-14 season Sunday at the Huntington Beach High gymnasium. The tryout is for youngsters in the fifth and sixth grades and runs from 6 to 7 p.m. For more information, call (714) 393-0440....
  • Briefs: Rhoten, Spencer to be honored

    Dottie Rhoten, a former Huntington Beach High soccer standout, and Marina Athletic Director Michelle Spencer will be among several honorees Monday at the California Interscholastic Federation Southern Section's 10th annual Dr. Jim Staunton Champions for...
  • High School Football: Another week of big games

    High School Football: Another week of big games
    The games seem to get bigger as the weeks roll on, and Week 4 of the prep football season certainly fits the bill. Local teams are trying to work out their final kinks before league play begins next month, and will do so against some stiff nonleague...
  • Voluntary drug testing to start at H.B. High

    A voluntary testing program is being rolled out this month at Huntington Beach High School in an effort to fight drug use among students. The school's Parent Teacher Student Assn. contracted with Hired Power — a Huntington Beach-based organization...
  • Filia provides boost for Bruins

    Filia provides boost for Bruins
    Five years ago, Eric Filia made a decision that would alter his future when he verbally committed to play baseball at UCLA. He did so, he said then, during his sophomore year at Edison High, for many reasons. One, in particular, stood out. "They...
  • Briefs: Vergara wins Santa Ana Jr. Open

    Briefs: Vergara wins Santa Ana Jr. Open
    Michael Vergara, 12, of Huntington Beach, swept his way to both the singles and doubles titles last weekend at the eighth annual Santa Ana Junior Open Championships. Vergara won both the boys' 12 singles and boys' 12 doubles titles. He is ranked 45th in...
  • In the Pipeline: School treasure is really old friends and memories

    In the Pipeline: School treasure is really old friends and memories
    It seems like it's becoming a bittersweet ritual here in Huntington Beach. Students going back to the grade schools to wander abandoned buildings and overgrown fields to say goodbye. Recently this paper did a story on students returning to Wardlow...
  • El Viento graduates are college bound

    El Viento graduates are college bound
    Eight students from the Oak View neighborhood-based El Viento program graduated Friday at the Golden West College Student Center after receiving years of ocean-based enrichment during the summer and general academic support throughout the year. El...
  • Briefs: Oilers football camp opens Monday

    The Huntington Beach High Football Camp for youth starts Monday at the school. The camp, geared to safely prepare intermediate-aged athletes for a successful high school experience, is open to youth grades who will enter grades third through eighth in...
  • Men's Volleyball: Rustlers capture state title

    Men's Volleyball: Rustlers capture state title
    Golden West College won its sixth California Community College Athletic Assn. state championship in men's volleyball Saturday when the Rustlers edged Pacific Coast Athletic Conference rival Grossmont, 31-29, 26-24, 25-17. The state final was played in...