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  • Local teams shine on gridiron

    Two Huntington Beach Jr. All-American Football teams — the Midget Division Oilers and Clinic Division Oilers — registered victories on the opening day of the 2012 season Saturday. * Jr. Midget Division Huntington Beach 14, Beverly Hills 0:...
  • Fountain Valley rolls to 24-10 win

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — The way things were going for Fountain Valley during the first half of Friday's nonleague football game against Downey, all signs pointed to a runaway victory for the Barons. The Barons bolted to an early lead and had a shutout...
  • Edison renews rivalry against Mater Dei

    Edison renews rivalry against Mater Dei
    The fifth week of the 2012 prep football season has three local teams closing out the nonleague portion of their respective schedules. The highlight of the week is arguably the Mater Dei-Edison showdown. "It's a big one, for sure," Edison Coach Dave...
  • Defense leads the way for Green Chargers

    The Huntington Beach Jr. Midget Division Green Chargers picked up their fourth victory of the season Saturday by blanking the Tustin Cobras, 28-0, at Tustin. Chase Ault and Daniel Serrano did the scoring for Huntington, which ran its record to 4-0. The...
  • Chargers earn All-CIF football honors

    Edison High football coach Dave White said to the victor usually go the spoils. Well, White and the Chargers football program has been lavished with more hardware. Edison, which won the 2012 CIF Southern Section Southwest Division championship in late-...
  • Briefs: Baseball Challenger Division sign-ups on Saturday

    Registration for the District 62 Challenger Division will take place Saturday from 9 a.m. to noon at Grace Lutheran Church in Huntington Beach. The Challenger Division includes mentally or physically disabled children with special needs, ages 4 1/2-18...
  • High School Roundup: Oilers repeat as champs in Hawaii

    A trip to Hawaii resulted in another tournament championship for the Huntington Beach High boys' volleyball team. A year ago, the Oilers captured the title of the Kamehameha Cup. During spring break last week, the Oilers returned to the tournament,...
  • Records don't matter in build up to Bell Game

    Records don't matter in build up to Bell Game
    It's Bell Game week, and nothing more needs to be said to the Edison and Fountain Valley high football teams. Nothing seems to rev up the passions of both squads, their respective schools and communities, more than this game. It will be played for the...
  • Two locals win, move on in Pop Warner Football playoffs

    The Huntington Beach Jr. Midget Division Green Chargers kept their perfect record in tact by scoring a first-round victory Saturday in the Pop Warner Football playoffs. Huntington advanced by eliminating the Pasadena Trojans, 6-0. The winning score...
  • Briefs: Strength and Speed camp taking place at Marina

    A six-month Youth Strength and Speed Camp is underway at Marina High. The camp started Monday and runs through June 6 at the school's track. Sessions are from 4:30 to 5:45 p.m. Monday through Thursday until June 6. The session are open to youth in...
  • High School Football: Oilers stun Griffins

    HUNTINGTON BEACH — Eric Lo learned plenty about the character of his Huntington Beach High football team in just a few hours. A week ago, the Oilers let a big one slip away at Newport Harbor. The setback stung for a day or so, Lo said, but the team...
  • Chargers edged by Mater Dei

    Chargers edged by Mater Dei
    COSTA MESA — The way they dug themselves into a hole Friday, it seemed a far stretch that the Edison Chargers could make a game of it with Mater Dei. No, not the way the charitable Chargers started things at Orange Coast College. "You can't make...