ORANGE Orange’s football program recruited Nick Guzman from soccer to kick field goals and extra points last season. The arrangement worked pretty well for the Panthers until Friday night.
That’s when it became legendary.
The junior booted an 18-yard field goal for the only score of overtime to lift upstart Orange past previously undefeated Caruthers of Fresno County, 46-43, in a thrilling CIF Southern California Division 6-AA regional at El Modena High.
— Dan Albano (@ocvarsityguy) December 9, 2017
Guzman’s kick, off the hold of quarterback Jason Wilkinson, ignited a wild celebration and sent Orange (13-2) to
No basketball player in Orange County is hotter than El Dorado’s Kenedy Lilly.
The 6-foot-5, uncommitted junior scored 40 points Wednesday in a 67-55 victory against previously undefeated El Rancho at the Covina Classic.
On Monday, Lilly scored a school-record 50 points in a 65-23 victory against El Monte, shattering the school record by 12 points.
“She has not only been scoring but playing awesome defense,” El Dorado coach Sarita Stamps said Wednesday night. “She is not a one-sided player. She does a great job of passing as well.”
Please send girls basketball news to Dan Albano at firstname.lastname@example.org or @ocvarsityguy on TwitterOriginal Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/12/06/el-dorados-kenedy-lilly-stays-hot-scores-41-points-two-days-after-school-record/
OCVarsity’s Dan Albano and Steve Fryer have some special guests from El Modena High’s football team join them for their recap of the scores and highlights form Friday night’s CIF-SS football semifinals.
Check out the video to see who dropped by to talk football with Fryer and Albano, and get the rundown on all of the Orange County semifinals.
(OCVarsity thanks El Modena’s AJ Esperanza, Wyatt Terlaak and Collin Keefe for being part of this week’s Friday Night Wrap-Up Show.)Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/25/ocvarsity-video-special-semifinals-edition-of-friday-night-football-wrap-up/
This is the place to find all of OCVarsity’s game stories, scores, video, updated brackets and more from the CIF-SS football playoff games Friday night.
All-league boys water polo teams for 2017
MVP: Max Sandberg, Newport Harbor, Sr., GK
First team: Cade Pendergraft (Edison, Sr.), Cameron Davidson (Edison, Jr.), Jake Huynen (Fountain Valley, Sr., GK), Jake Cavano (Huntington Beach, Sr.), Garrett Zaan (Huntington Beach, Sr.), Curtis Jarvis (Huntington Beach, Sr.), Gabe Browning (Los Alamitos, Sr.), Vince Arizpe (Los Alamitos, Sr., GK), Jared Powell (Marina, Sr.), Jackson Westerman (Newport Harbor, Sr.), Makoto Kenney (Newport Harbor, So.), Ryan Brosnan (Newpirt Harbor, Sr.)Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/20/boys-water-polo-newport-harbors-max-sandberg-voted-sunset-league-mvp/
OCVarsity’s Steve Fryer and Dan Albano have some fun while recapping the scores, highlights and great games in the CIF-SS football playoffs on Friday night, Nov. 17.
It was another incredible night for the Orange County teams – and fans. See what the OCVarsity guys have to say about it . . .Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/11/18/ocvarsity-video-fryer-and-albano-recap-fridays-cif-ss-football-playoff-games/
BOYS WATER POLO
Thursday’s CIF-SS playoff scores
Mater Dei 8, Loyola 6
Newport Harbor 6, Santa Margarita 5
Oaks Christian 11, Huntington Beach 10
Harvard-Westake 9, Orange Lutheran 8
Foothill 14, Damien 7
Murrieta Valley 7, Aliso Niguel 6
Laguna Beach 13, Dana Hills 6
San Clemente 14, Los Osos 9
Corona del Mar 12, LB Wilson 2
Riverside Poly 14, Troy 6
Villa Park 8, Northwood 4
Woodbridge 12, Bonita 3
Servite 13, Costa Mesa 10
Los Al 10, La Quinta/LQ 6
Peninsula 5, Sunny Hills 4
Temple City 13, Tesoro 12
Xavier Prep 7, Laguna Hills 4
Santa Monica 8, San Juan Hills 6
NEWPORT BEACH The Pacific Coast League has been called the Southeastern Conference of high school girls tennis.
In the first round of the CIF-SS Division 1 playoffs, the group backed up that claim Wednesday.
Northwood, an at-large team from the PCL, defeated Sunset League champion and host Newport Harbor, 11-7, to reach Friday’s second round against undefeated and fourth-seeded Arcadia.
The Timberwolves, who tied for third in league with Beckman, won six of nine matches in singles and five of nine in doubles. They were also able to play 15 players, courtesy of substitutions in the final round.
“It shows you the strength
BOYS WATER POLO
Tuesday, Oct. 31
All games 5 p.m. unless noted
Royal vs. Troy at Sunny Hills, 4, Northwood at Malibu, Yucaipa at Villa Park, 3, Edison at El Segundo, Woodbridge at Segerstrom, 3:30, Vista Murrieta at Costa Mesa, Servite at Moorpark, 3:30, Beckman at Burroughs, Yorba Linda at La Quinta/LQ, Los Alamitos at Corona, 6
Sunny Hills at Schurr, 4:30, Murrieta Mesa at Tesoro, Laguna Hills at Canyon, 3, Cypress at Santa Monica, JSerra at Cerritos
San Marino at El Dorado, Wilson/Hacienda Heights at Ocean View, Kennedy vs. La Habra at Sunny Hills, 5, Glendora