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  • Twins secure championship thanks to offensive outburst

    Twins secure championship thanks to offensive outburst
    The Fountain Valley Twins turned a big fourth inning outburst into a big victory that clinched a postseason championship. The Twins broke away from a tight game with the Fountain Valley Angels by scoring 12 runs in the fourth inning, taking them from a...
  • Marina's running feats highlight fall season

    Editor's Note: The Independent looks back on the 2011-2012 high school season. Below is the first of three parts, focusing on the fall season. * The Marina High girls' cross-country team highlighted the fall season, finishing third in Division 1 at...
  • Playoffs in full swing for locals

    The Edison boys' water polo team took its first step in postseason play Tuesday with a road trip to face Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks in a first-round CIF Southern Section Division 1 wild-card game. When the final buzzer sounded, it was all Chargers....
  • Rustlers win state title in men's water polo

    The Golden West College men's water polo team won the California Community College Men's Water Polo State Championship title Saturday by defeating Long Beach City College, 9-6, at the Cerritos Aquatic Complex in Cerritos. Golden West freshman Bero Rusz...
  • Oilers earn surprising tournament victory

    The Huntington Beach High girls' water polo team came from nowhere to place first Saturday at the Rancho Bernardo Invitational in San Diego. The Oilers went 5-0 to win the title. Coach Brian Anderson said his squad wasn't seeded in the top six at the...
  • Seahawks fall short of soccer title

    For the first time in the 29-year history of its own tournament, the Ocean View girls' soccer team advanced to the championship game of the Winter Classic. The Seahawks fell just short of winning the title as they were edged, 2-1, by Long Beach Millikan...
  • Chargers learn many lessons

    Chargers learn many lessons
    Edison girls' water polo coach Diggy Riley knew it'd be a tough week for the Chargers. Starting with a pair of nonleague games last weekend, Edison would face the Nos. 4-5-6 ranked teams in CIF Southern Section Division 1 over a five-day period. That...
  • Williams sets career scoring mark

    Senior Alys Williams set the career scoring record for Edison girls' water polo when the Chargers defeated Fountain Valley, 16-6, in a Sunset League game Feb. 1. Williams, who will play next year at UCLA, scored six goals and also had seven steals. Her...
  • Edison falls to Newport

    NEWPORT BEACH — Emotions ran high on Senior Night for the Newport Harbor High girls' water polo team. Senior captain Presley Pender said Coach Bill Barnett even got a bit emotional before Wednesday night's big Sunset League finale against Edison....
  • Four HBWPC teams medal during weekend

    Huntington Beach Water Polo Club had four girls' teams medal during tournament action last weekend, led by a first-place finish by the 18-and-under "B" team in the Inland Empire Challenge held in Murrieta. Huntington Beach defeated Empire Water Polo Club...
  • HBWPC 18-and-under team falls in semifinals

     HBWPC 18-and-under team falls in semifinals
    Huntington Beach Water Polo Club sent its 18-and-under girls' team to UC Davis for the California Cup State Championship Tournament held over Memorial Day weekend. Huntington Beach faced an early challenge as their first game pitted the team against...
  • Ken Lindgren dies at 75; water polo coach

    Ken Lindgren, a former Cal State Long Beach coach who was inducted into the USA Water Polo Hall of Fame in 1997, died Friday at his Huntington Beach home after a heart attack. He was 75. His death was announced by Cal State Long Beach, where he was head...