Mission Viejo Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Mission Viejo, CA

  • Wednesday | via The Wave 

    Young Trabuco Hills girls soccer already taking off

    Having graduated 15 players off last year's CIF Southern Section playoff qualifying team, 11-year Trabuco Hills girls soccer coach Sarah Trost is not afraid to say the R word when it comes to describing this year's squad. "We are absolutely rebuilding," she said.

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  • Wednesday | via The Wave 

    Winless last year, Trabuco Hills boys soccer can onl...

    Most high school programs might set their aims low for the upcoming season after coming off a dispiriting, winless campaign the year before. But Trabuco Hills High boys soccer coach Marc Stern is emphatic about the goal he's set for the Mustangs in 2014-15.

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  • Wednesday | via The Wave 

    Trabuco Hills boys basketball reloading, not rebuilding

    The Mustangs enjoyed their best season in 20 years last year as they won a league championship and advanced to the quarterfinals of the playoffs. But 13 of the team's players from that senior-laden roster are gone, which leads one to think this will be a rebuilding season for Trabuco Hills.

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  • Thursday Dec 11 | via Dana Point News 

    Rugby growing at Dana Hills

    Following in the footsteps of the success gained in its inaugural season, the Dana Rugby Football Club is ready to expand its program and those successes as it moves up a division in the Southern California Youth Rugby organization. Last season, Dana Rugby went 6-1 in its first season and made it to the championship game of the the organization's Blue Division, ultimately falling and settling for a 2nd place finish.

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  • Monday Dec 8 | via Lake Elsinore Valley News 

    Broncos' Sixth CIF-SS Finals Trip Comes Up Empty

    "There is no way to sugar coat this," said Vista Murrieta Broncos head coach Coley Candaele, following the 21-10 loss to the Mission Viejo Diablos in the CIF-SS Western Valley Division Championship game held at Angels Stadium on December 6, 2014. "We got beat.

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  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Press-Enterprise 

    FOOTBALL: It's Mission Impossible for Vista Murrieta

    It was a new year, a new CIF-Southern Section football division, and new teams that Vista Murrieta beat in its usual heart-stopping manner. Vista Murrieta's sixth consecutive section championship game came up empty Saturday afternoon, swarmed by a Mission Viejo defense that held the Broncos to 160 total yards in an overwhelming 21-10 victory in the West Valley Division title game before 7,344 at Angel Stadium.

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  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Wave 

    MILLER: Mission Viejo's CIF football championship th...

    He already had led his team to victory, already received his Gatorade bath, already accepted the plaque commemorating the championship. Bob Johnson paused now, on the field at Angel Stadium, between the hugs and hoots and handshakes, trying to process it all - as a coach, a dad and, this time, as a grandfather.

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  • Saturday Dec 6 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Mission Viejo captures title with 21-10 win over Vis...

    Amid the postgame celebration after leading Mission Viejo to a CIF championship Saturday afternoon, all junior quarterback Brock Johnson wanted to do was talk about his family - not his own but the one his team has become. It was intense neighborhood football on display in the Southwest Division championship game Friday night between San Clemente and Trabuco Hills.

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  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Press-Enterprise 

    ALEXANDER: Another sad finish for Vista Murrieta

    But that doesn't make it any easier when it's your turn. Especially when your turn keeps coming up.

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  • Friday Dec 5 | via Los Angeles Times 

    Trabuco Hills beats San Clemente, 44-37, for Southwe...

    Trabuco Hills receiver Noah Thompson pulls in a touchdown pass over San Clemente's Jacob Russel to give the Mustangs a 36-24 lead midway through the fourth quarter. Trabuco Hills receiver Noah Thompson pulls in a touchdown pass over San Clemente's Jacob Russel to give the Mustangs a 36-24 lead midway through the fourth quarter.

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  • Wednesday Dec 3 | via Daily Pilot 

    Girls' Basketball: Westrup helps CdM

    After a high school soccer career that has been slowed by injury at times, Corona del Mar High senior defender Brianna Westrup decided she wasn't going to play on the pitch her senior year. Westrup is already headed to the University of Virginia for soccer.

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  • Wednesday Dec 3 | via San Clemente Times 

    Tritons Fall to Mustangs 44-37 in CIF-SS Championship

    It looked for a moment that the San Clemente High School football team was going to claim a second come from behind playoff victory in as many weeks. But after erasing what was a 10-point deficit to take a lead early in the fourth quarter, San Clemente saw their hopes of a CIF-SS Southwest Division Championship slip away, as visiting Trabuco Hills mounted a late-game rally, scoring 14 unanswered points in the span of two minutes to seal a 44-37 victory and the championship.

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Mission Viejo High Schools

Capistrano Valley High (26301 Via Escolar)
Mira Monte High (Alternative) (25632 Diseno Drive)
Mission Viejo High (25025 Chrisanta Drive)
Silverado High (25632 Diseno Drive)
Trabuco Hills High (27501 Cordova Road)