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The field is set for Saturday's Men's Laguna Open beach volleyball tournament. The 58th annual event, billed as the second-oldest tournament in the U.S., features 24 two-man teams that will contend for $2,000 in cash and prizes including the...
Laguna Beach High Principal Joanne Culverhouse announced Tuesday the hiring of Raúl Papaleo as the school's new head coach of the girls' varsity volleyball team. Papaleo, 41, a native of Puerto Rico, replaces Lance Stewart, who resigned as girls' head...
Editor's Note: A school record-holder in swimming and a CIF champion in water polo, Annika Dries graduated from Laguna Beach High School in 2009 as one of the finest athletes in school history. After leading Stanford University to a national title in...
Tags: Polo, Football, Sports, Summer Olympics, Annika Dries
Annika Dries recorded a first Wednesday, and it's a feat she won't forget. The Laguna Beach athlete scored her first goal in Olympic competition as the U.S. women's water polo team played Spain to a 9-9 tie. Team USA had held a 9-6 lead late in the...
Tags: Polo, Jen Kessy, Summer Olympics, Maggie Steffens, Brenda Villa
The will to win carried the U.S. Olympic women's water polo team to a big victory Tuesday. And to an even bigger one Thursday . For the first time in its history, the U.S. women have captured Olympic gold in water polo. The team accomplished the feat by...
Tags: Polo, Awards and Prizes, Sports, Annika Dries, Beach Volleyball
The U.S. Olympic women's water polo team, which includes Annika Dries of Laguna Beach, completed a four-game sweep of Hungary on Sunday by scoring a 9-4 victory at Corona del Mar High. Dries didn't score but she drew an exclusion and came up with a steal,...
No amount of preparation could ready Annika Dries for the announcement. On May 17, the former Laguna Beach High girls' water polo standout realized a lifelong dream when she was one of 13 athletes named to the USA Olympic women's water polo team that...
Pitz earns runner-up honors Taylor Pitz of Laguna Beach finished second in the Open Women's division of the third contest of the National Scholastic Surfing Assn. 2010-11 Open Season on Wednesday at the Del Mar Jetty at Camp Pendleton. Pitz scored 10.5...
Varsity Times InsiderThe LA84 Foundation has announced its latest sports grants to youth organizations promoting sports in Southern California, and there were 38 recipients for $1.5 million given out. That brings the total funds awarded since its inception to more than $214.....
UFC fighter Chael Sonnen, never at a loss to try to draw attention to himself, appeared on "Jim Rome on Showtime" on Wednesday night, and decided to call out LeBron James and the NBA Finals. "I think LeBron's a dork," James said. "I don't understand...
From a 1-in-8 shot to a 1-in-3. Those are pretty good odds, but still not good enough for wrestling. The world wrestling community cleared one hurdle on Wednesday when wrestling was named as one of three finalists for inclusion into the 2020 Olympic...
Tags: Karate, Marty Nothstein, Taekwon-Do, Judo, Speed Skating
At his annual news conference before the Memorial Tournament, host Jack Nicklaus weighed in on the recent friction between Tiger Woods and Sergio Garcia. And he didn't waste many words. "The Sergio-Tiger thing," he said, "I mean, it's stupid." The ...
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