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  • Heyer, Wildcats win College World Series

    Edison High graduate Kurt Heyer (2009), a pitcher for the University of Arizona baseball team, helped lead the Wildcats to the 2012 College World Series title. Arizona captured its fourth CWS title and first since 1986 on Monday by defeating two-time defending-champion South Carolina, 4-1, in Omaha. The Wildcats swept the Gamecocks in the best-of-three finals.
  • Steinberg: Young guns step up

    There has been a massive influx of young starting quarterbacks into the NFL over the past three seasons. The 2011 NFL Draft produced six starters, 2012 produced five (with Nick Foles almost making it six) and 2013 has produced two. This means that 13...

    Virgen's View: Sapolu camp helps linemen

    Virgen's View: Sapolu camp helps linemen
    Jesse Sapolu gathered his big students Saturday morning at Edison High. "We're not coaching today," the former Pro Bowl center said, referring to himself and his coaching staff. "Today is about competition." Sapolu, the Costa Mesa resident who won...

    Irrelevant Justice

    Irrelevant Justice
    After countless of hours on TV, the NFL Draft ended as it usually does with the last pick, Mr. Irrelevant. During the three-day event, draft pundits talked about 253 players, their size, their skills and their potential impact. When it came to the 254th...

    'Mr. Irrelevant' and other NFL draft fast facts

    'Mr. Irrelevant' and other NFL draft fast facts
    "Mr. Irrelevant," the nickname given to the final pick in the NFL draft, is Justice Cunningham, a tight end from South Carolina who was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the 254th choice on Saturday. The 6-foot-4, 264-pounder was actually called...