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  • Katin surf contest opens Friday

    The Katin Pro/Am Team Challenge will run for two days starting Friday at the north side of the Huntington Beach Pier. The event will combine elements of team and traditional surfing competition formats and champions will be decided in team and...
  • City Lights: Meeting halfway on life's gridiron

    City Lights: Meeting halfway on life's gridiron
    Mark Magana never played football in high school. In fact, he didn't play sports at all as a child, except for a little T-ball and track and a few games of soccer. He got most of his exercise when he joined the Army right after high school. Derrick Woods...
  • The chips are down

    The chips are down
    When the Super Bowl begins Feb. 5, it will be a tense time for the Willson family. Huntington Beach residents Connie and Tom will watch the telecast at a local restaurant, while their son Kevin will experience the game live in Indianapolis. The...
  • Fast start leads to easy Charger victory

    Edison picked up a big victory in Sunset League play and Ocean View kept its Golden West League record perfect by earning wins Tuesday in girls' soccer action. Edison exploded for three second-half goals against visiting Marina and went on to shut out...
  • Oilers put up a fight

    Oilers put up a fight
    HUNTINGTON BEACH – The best season for a Huntington Beach High football team in nearly two decades came to an end Friday night before a full house at Cap Sheue Field. The Oilers traded punches with No. 2-seeded Mission Viejo in their CIF...
  • Oilers battle but fall

    Huntington Beach and Ocean View had their postseason runs come to an end Friday in the quarterfinal round of the CIF Southern Section football playoffs. The best season turned in by a Huntington Beach team in nearly two decades came to a close before at...
  • National Signing Day a busy one for locals

    Several local prep athletes took the next step in their educational and athletic careers Wednesday by signing a National Letter of Intent. Below is a list of some of the signings Wednesday submitted to the Independent by local schools: Edison:...
  • Briefly In Sports

    Edison High graduate Luke Gane, a student and member of the football team at UCLA, is one of four finalists for the 2012 Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Champion Award. The other three finalists for the award, which first was awarded in 2009, are David...
  • City Lights: A baby, a slingshot and $1 million

    Jonah Folk truly is the Million Dollar Baby. The 1-year-old star of the Doritos ad "Sling Baby" may not officially qualify as a child star yet, having no agent or multipicture deal, but he turned out to be quite a moneymaker for his director, Kevin...
  • Local AYSO squad is runner-up

    The Fountain Valley Under-19 girls' soccer team, Kiss My Grass of AYSO Region 5, took second place during Presidents Day weekend at the Colorado River Invitational Soccer Tournament. The tournament drew more than 110 teams from California, Arizona and...
  • Chargers, Friars renew rivalry

    Chargers, Friars renew rivalry
    It's the fourth week of the season for the Edison High football team, and with it comes what has become a must-see game on the Chargers' schedule. For the seventh straight year, Edison is playing Servite in game No. 4. This year's nonleague matchup...
  • Warriors are on the upswing

    Warriors are on the upswing
    This week marks the midway point of the 2011 prep football regular season and because of a rare oddity in scheduling, five of the six local teams are off. The lone local taking the field this week is Brethren Christian, which on Saturday travels north to...