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  • Luca Wahlberg, a standout soccer player at Laguna Blanca, committed to continue his playing career at Claremont McKenna College. Wahlberg is a two-time All Tri-Valley League first-team selection and the leading scorer for Laguna Blanca.
  • will play water polo at Claremont-Mudd-Scripps. Coto De Caza students Harrison Needell will swim and Zack Maline will continue tennis at the next level. Mission Viejo swimmer Junie Carlos has made her commitment to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo. Lake Forest resident Justin Carago will run track at University of California Irvine. San Clemente ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    Get ready for virtual football challenges. It starts next week for Studio City Harvard-Westlake and Brooklyn Poly Prep Country Day in New York. The two football programs will be joining forces on ...
  • Laguna Blanca standout soccer player Luca Wahlberg will continue his playing career at Claremont-McKenna College this fall. Claremont-McKenna is a member of Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and is coming off back-to-back conference titles.
  • Los Angeles Times
    Sage Hill also had center Zoe Mazakas commit to the Chapman University women’s basketball program, while opposite Danielle Beder committed to the Claremont McKenna College women’s volleyball program. Beder went way back in thinking about her favorite athletic moment with the Lightning. “I have so many,” Beder said of her high school ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    USC football added a big local prospect to its 2021 recruiting class on Wednesday as Narbonne athlete Anthony Beavers Jr. announced his commitment to the Trojans. Beavers, who broke the news on ...
  • Inland Valley Daily Bulletin
    The Covid-19 pandemic that shut down Major League Baseball altered, but did not stop, the sport’s annual celebration of Jackie Robinson. MLB used its digital platforms to honor Robinson on ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The first day of spring football practice at Claremont High School — held via the Zoom video-conferencing platform — was interrupted Tuesday when an unknown user bombarded the group with ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    They accepted roles and they wanted the best for everybody.” Laguna Beach had 11 seniors that will graduate. Three of them — four-year catcher Aidan Booth (Claremont-McKenna), left-handed pitcher/first baseman Aidan Kidd (New Jersey Institute of Technology) and right-handed pitcher Jackson Yelland (Kenyon College) have secured futures in ...
  • Los Angeles Times
    The decades that followed were a hodgepodge. He dabbled in college football at Long Beach State, earned a PhD in history from Claremont Graduate University in Pomona, became a researcher at a liberal think tank in Santa Barbara and ran as a Democrat for Congress, losing in a 1976 general election. He became an Alaska newspaperman, a columnist ...