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Water Polo

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  • Briefly In Sports

    Huntington Beach Water Polo Club is offering an introduction to water polo to beginning players Saturday and Sunday. The session is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day at the Huntington Beach High pool. The clinic will teach fundamentals, general rules of...
  • Prep Schedule

    Today Football (3 p.m.) University at Laguna (scrimmage) Tuesday Girls' Tennis (3:15 p.m.) Laguna at Corona del Mar (scrimmage) JV Tennis (3:15 p.m.) Corona del Mar at Laguna (scrimmage) Wednesday Boys' Water Polo (3 p.m.) Laguna at Foothill/...
  • Boys' water polo: Chargers grab first postseason win since 2002

    Boys' water polo: Chargers grab first postseason win since 2002
    HUNTINGTON BEACH — It wasn't pretty, but Diggy Riley will take it. The Edison High boys' water polo coach wasn't pleased — and his expression showed it — as he watched his Chargers flutter away several first-half opportunities during...
  • Warriors reach CIF title match

    The Brethren Christian girls' volleyball team will play for the CIF Southern Section Division 4AA championship this weekend. The Warriors earned a 1 p.m. Saturday date at Cypress College (Gym 1) with Academy League rival St. Margaret's by defeating...
  • All eyes on a repeat

    Edison High swimming co-Coach Diggy Riley knows that Friday can't come to fruition if Wednesday wasn't what it was supposed to be. Last spring, the Edison girls' swim team captured the program's first CIF Southern Section championship. Since achieving...
  • Chargers finish 2nd

    Chargers finish 2nd
    A repeat performance was oh so close for the Edison High girls' swim team, but it wasn't to be. In a Division I final Friday at historic Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool in Long Beach that had plenty of drama and several stellar performances, Edison fell two...
  • 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...
  • Swoosh capture AAU crown

    The Surf City Swoosh, an 11-and-Under Amateur Athletic Union basketball team based out of Huntington Beach and Fountain Valley, won its division at the 2010 Swoosh/AAU Las Vegas Nationals held July 16 through 18 at the Tarkanian Center in Las Vegas. Surf...
  • Gananch wins regional crown, set to compete in playoffs

    Gananch, a girls' Under-14 team from AYSO Region 55 (Huntington Beach), finished first in region 55 play with a 12-1 record. Led by coaches Kirk Apardian and Mike Hammock, the team scored 26 goals and allowed just five and won the Region 55 playoffs...
  • Warriors capture consolation title

    After dropping its opening game at the Corona del Mar tournament, the Brethren Christian girls' basketball team reeled off three straight wins to capture the consolation championship Saturday. The Warriors last week dropped their tournament opener (63-...
  • Boys' Water Polo: Sailors searching for answers

    Boys' Water Polo: Sailors searching for answers
    If there is a single thing that would characterize the season of the Newport Harbor High boys' water polo team so far this year, it would be the heartbreaking loss. The Sailors have played several of the other CIF Southern Section Division 1 powers...
  • The College Conversation: Club sports another way to keep playing

    There are athletes who've been playing ball, swimming laps, slamming, digging, paddling and attacking for years. As they enter high school, they dream of playing in college or even going pro. But the reality is that most athletes won't make the cut...