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VIDEO/BREAKDOWN: Corona del Mar QB competition heats up at Huntington Beach scrimmage

Corona del Mar’s football team entered its scrimmage Friday night at Huntington Beach with a duel for its coveted starting quarterback position.

The candidates are seniors Nathaniel Espinoza (dual threat, 5-9, 185) and Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks/St. Francis transfer Erik Zimmerman (spread, 6-0, 180) and sophomore Ethan Garbers (spread, 6-0, 170), brother of former CdM star Chase Garbers, now at Cal.

The position is desired because Corona del Mar features some of the best wide outs in the county, including Tae Le and John Humphreys, who caught a TD pass.

“We’re OK playing all three of them

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/19/videobreakdown-corona-del-mar-qb-competition-heats-up-at-huntington-beach-scrimmage/
Date: 1503170904

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Edison quarterback Griffin O’Connor charts new path, commits to Yale

From Las Vegas to the Ivy League.

Edison quarterback Griffin O’Connor charted a new recruiting path Friday when he committed to Yale, just days after decommitting from UNLV.

O’Connor is a huge get for the Yale program. The Bulldogs also feature sophomore-to-be wide receiver Garrett White from Edison and former Sunny Hills defensive back Malcolm Dixon.

O’Connor’s commits is reminiscent of the commitment early in summer of  well-known QB Brevin White of Paraclete to Princeton.

O’Connor, the reigning Sunset League MVP, passed for 3,600 yards and 37 TDs last season to help lead Edison to the CIF-SS Division 3 title.

He was ranked No.

Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/19/edison-quarterback-griffin-oconnor-commits-to-yale/
Date: 1503170894

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OCVarsity’s 2017 football team previews: Canyon, Football, Villa Park, Yorba Linda

OCVarsity Kickoff 2017: The Register has put together its annual preview for the upcoming high school football season.

In the coming days we’ll have previews online of every team and league in Orange County, plus much more, including our O.C. Hot 150 rankings of the top players in the county.

CRESTVIEW LEAGUE
(OC Varsity’s rating is based on an analysis of the team’s expected showing this season.)

CANYON
Last season: 4-7, 1-2
OC Varsity rating: Should earn playoff spot.
Scouting report: Comanches coach Mike Ogas said this is Canyon’s most talented team in the four years he has been the school’s coach.

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/16/ocvarsitys-2017-football-team-previews-canyon-football-villa-park-yorba-linda/
Date: 1502909499

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JSerra graduate Royce Lewis promoted by Minnesota Twins

Recent JSerra graduate Royce Lewis, the No. 1 overall draft pick by Minnesota in the major league baseball amateur draft in June, is moving up the ranks fast.

Lewis has been promoted to the Twins’ Single-A Cedar Rapids club, the affiliate announced Saturday morning.

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Lewis was promoted after batting .271 with 15 stolen bases in 17 attempts for the Gulf Coast Twins in rookie ball.

Lewis was

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/12/jserra-graduate-royce-lewis-promoted-by-minnesota-twins/
Date: 1502561611

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Rams acquire Bills WR Sammy Watkins for CB E.J. Gaines, 2nd-round pick

The Rams made a big move to boost their young group of receivers Friday when they acquired Sammy Watkins from Buffalo in a trade for cornerback E.J. Gaines and the Rams’ 2018 second-round draft pick.

The Rams also acquired Buffalo’s sixth-round pick in the deal that brings Watkins, the No. 4 overall pick in the 2014 draft and a 1,000-yard receiver two years ago.

Watkins, listed at 6-foot-1, 211 pounds, should be a primary target for quarterback Jared Goff, and Watkins will be reunited with receiver Robert Woods, his former teammate in Buffalo.

A former standout at Clemson, Watkins totaled 982 yards

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/11/rams-acquire-bills-wr-sammy-watkins-for-cb-e-j-gaines-2nd-round-pick-4/
Date: 1502474482

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Promising Brethren Christian football players land at Pacifica

Pacifica’s football team has added some reinforcements from the disbanded Brethren Christian program for its anticipated 2017 season.

Two of Brethren Christian’s most promising players — running back Raimon Sagastume (5-9, 170) and cornerback Bryan Leonard (5-10, 155) — have transferred to Pacifica, Mariners coach Vinnie Lopez confirmed.

Sagastume and Leonard are juniors and the younger brothers of former Brethren Christian standouts, Nathan Sagastume and Jordan Leonard.

Brethren Christian decided earlier this summer that it didn’t have enough players to field a team this season. The Warriors emerged as a small school power, finishing 9-1 last season (with the loss a forfeit)

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/10/promising-brethren-christian-players-land-at-pacifica/
Date: 1502387568

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Inside the Preseason All-County Team

OFFENSE

QB JT Daniels, Mater Dei, Jr. – If the recent USC commit only slightly improves on his 2016, he could reach 5,000 yards and 70 TDs. That’s scary territory.

RB KC Carr, Tustin, Sr. – The uncommitted senior should run wild again with ground-oriented Myron Miller calling plays. Carr erupted for 2,757 yards last season.

WR Delon Hurt, Servite, Sr. – Hurt was arguably the best wide out at the Battle at the Beach passing tournament in July. He’s ready to be the Friars’ No. 1 target but Mater Dei’s CJ Parks and Orange Lutheran’s Kyle Ford are on his heels.

WR Tae

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/09/inside-the-preseason-all-county-team/
Date: 1502300681

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Don Baylor, who won MVP with Angels and World Series with Twins, dies at 68

Don Baylor, a former Angels slugger and coach and winner of the franchise’s first MVP award, died Monday after a battle with multiple myeloma, a form of cancer. He was 68.

Baylor died while hospitalized in Austin, Texas, according to the Austin American-Statesman.

“Don passed from this earth with the same fierce dignity with which he played the game and lived his life,” his wife, Rebecca, said in a statement.

Baylor spent 19 years in the majors with six teams, including six seasons with the Angels. In 1979, he won the MVP award, helping the Angels to their first playoff appearance. Baylor

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/07/don-baylor-who-won-mvp-with-angels-and-world-series-with-twins-dies-at-68/
Date: 1502126586

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Clippers’ Willie Reed jailed on misdemeanor battery charge in Miami

Willie Reed, a backup center who signed a one-season, $1.5-million contract with the Clippers last week, was arrested early Sunday morning in Miami on a misdemeanor battery charge stemming from a domestic violence incident, according to multiple reports.

Reed was arrested at a downtown Miami condo, according to the Miami Herald.

Further details were not immediately available.

Reed spent last season with the Miami Heat and was in Miami working out in preparation for his first training camp with the Clippers next month. Reed averaged 5.3 points and 4.7 rebounds last season with the Heat, his second year in the NBA. He

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/06/clippers-willie-reed-jailed-on-misdemeanor-battery-charge-in-miami/
Date: 1502039603

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Mission Viejo’s Jarrett Patterson to announce college decision Sunday

Mission Viejo All-County offensive lineman Jarrett Patterson said he will announce his college decision Sunday around noon.

The senior left tackle has been one of the county’s most heavily recruited offensive lineman.

He has narrowed his college choices to five schools: three from the Pac-12, one from the ACC and one from the Big 12. The schools are Arizona State, Cal, Washington, Duke and TCU.

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Original Article: http://www.ocregister.com/2017/08/04/mission-viejos-jarrett-patterson-to-announce-college-decision-sunday/
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