Kirra Pinkerton celebrates with Team USA after winning the women's team title at the 2022 ISA World Surfing Games on Sept. 24, 2022 in Huntington Beach, Calif. It was a clutch performance by 19-year-old California surfer Kirra Pinkerton that propelled both her and Team USA to victories at the World Surfing Games.
The mother of a 2-year-old attacked on the sand in the dark of night last April in Huntington Beach has filed a claim against the city, alleging that despite knowing about a growing coyote population in urban areas,
The surfers traveled with sand collected from around the world – each grain a symbol of peace through the sport of surfing. With the Pacific Ocean and the Huntington Beach Pier in the backdrop, after marching down Main Street proudly waving their country flags,
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The Huntington Beach and San Clemente girls volleyball teams advanced to the Division 1 semifinals of the Dave Mohs Memorial Tournament this past weekend. Huntington Beach defeated Newport Harbor in the quarterfinals to advance to the semifinals ...
Huntington Beach junior Makenzie McRae had the fastest time among girls runners Saturday in the Laguna Hills Invitational cross country meet at Laguna Hills High. McRae completed the 3-mile course in 17 minutes and 22.
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Huupe is the world’s first smart basketball hoop. Basketball is about to get a serious upgrade with a new smart digital hoop that can track your baskets, offer on demand training, and even let you play live with other people around the world.
Yankees star Aaron Judge's 1st pro home run came off Race Parmenter, whom the Braves cut the very next day. “I tell people all the time, 'I gave up the first home run to Aaron Judge’ — just for fun,” Parmentar says.
Savanna at Glover Stadium, 7 p.m. San Jacinto Valley Academy at Don Lugo, 7 p.m. Sierra Vista vs. Covina at Covina District Field (Covina), 7 p.m. Arleta at Monroe, 7:30 p.m. Grant at Chavez, 7:30 p.m.
Canyon and Capistrano Valley did not let wet footballs deter them from passing the ball on nearly every play last week. Capo Valley threw the ball 46 times and had less than 10 designed runs against Newport Harbor.