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HHOF inductees Paul Kariya, Teemu Selanne enjoy spotlight once more at Honda Center

var _informq = _informq || []; _informq.push([“embed”]); ANAHEIM – Paul Kariya has been to Honda Center over the years but it has been on his own quiet terms. An entrance and exit without fanfare. Only few would know.

Something meaningful usually propelled the former Mighty Ducks superstar to make the trek from his Dana Point home. Teemu Selanne’s final regular-season game in 2014 did get him to attend as a fan. The Ducks’ playoff run last spring had him playing a part in the team’s wins countdown to the Stanley Cup.

Otherwise, Kariya was content to live a low-key life

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Date: 1511176243

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Jordan McLaughlin leads USC to overtime win at Vanderbilt

Winter sports: How to report scores to the Register

Coaches and team representatives can report scores to the Register this season the following ways:

1.) report the information by calling the Register (714-796-7804) between 5 p.m. and 9:40 p.m. the day of the game.

2.) email the information to the Register (preps@ocregister.com) by 9:40 p.m. the day of the game.

Information received by 9:40 p.m. will be published in the next day’s Register and online on the OCVarsity pages.

The Register no longer uses the Admin Tool database, which in the past allowed coaches to enter a team’s information directly into our system. The Register also no longer accepts scores or team information by fax.

If you have

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Date: 1511175724

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USC football holds on for victory over UCLA

Santa Margarita sweeps Santiago in Division I state volleyball match

RANCHO SANTA MARGARITA — The Santiago girls volleyball team did not play poorly during Saturday’s CIF State playoff match against Santa Margarita.

To knock off one of the state’s top-ranked teams, however, Santiago coach Courtney Krueger said her team probably needed to play a perfect match.

Santa Margarita used strong passing and a balanced offensive attack to sweep Santiago 25-17, 25-18, 25-15 in a Division I regional quarterfinal.

The top-seeded Eagles (31-9) will host No. 5 seed La Jolla The Bishop’s on Tuesday.

“We knew coming into the match that we needed to cut down the errors,” Krueger said. “We made a few

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Date: 1511088828

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JSerra’s Grover uses blazing start to claim title at CIF-SS Finals

Girls volleyball CIF SoCal Regional playoffs: Saturday’s scores, semifinals schedule

The girls volleyball scores from Saturday’s games in the CIF Southern California Regionals and the updated schedule for the semifinals.

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Open Division
Regional semifinals
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m.
Redondo at Torrey Pines
Marymount at Mater Dei

Division I
Saturday, Nov. 18, quarterfinals
Santa Margarita def. Santiago/Corona, 25-17, 25-18, 25-15
Bishop’s def. Liberty/Bakersfield, 25-14, 25-22, 25-20
San Juan Hills def. Garces/Bakersfield, 21-25, 25-20, 25-19, 26-24
Long Beach Poly def. La Costa Canyon, 22-25, 25-19, 25-13, 26-24

Regional semifinals
Tuesday, Nov. 21, 7 p.m.
Bishop’s at Santa Margarita
San Juan Hills at Long Beach Poly

Division II
Saturday, Nov. 18, quarterfinals
Sierra Canyon

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Date: 1511088781

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Valley View football advances to the Division 10 quarterfinal

MORENO VALLEY — Justin Keeling kept piling up yards, and touchdowns, for defending Southern Section champion Valley View High School.

Eagles’ QB Jake Barlage kept finding Robert Heiermann on deep throw downfield.

Visiting Pacifica’s second round duel figured to be a shootout. But when Valley View slowed down the Mariners’ attack in the second quarter, the Eagles surged to a 59-27 Southern Section Division 10 playoff win on Friday night.

Keeling scored five touchdowns, racked up 264 yards and watched Barlage (15 completions, 207 yards) connect with Heiermann (11 receptions, 125 yards) on a pair of TD passes to land the Eagles

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Date: 1511001803

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OCVarsity Video: Fryer and Albano recap Friday’s CIF-SS football playoff games

Kings fall to Bruins as losing streak reaches 4 in a row