DJ Rodman has transferred from Corona del Mar to JSerra, according to Corona del Mar boys basketball coach Ryan Schachter. Rodman, son of former NBA player Dennis Rodman, is a 6-foot-4 junior who can play multiple positions. He was All-Orange County third team last season. Schachter provided this statement via email: “I am saddened to see a fine young man leave our program & community. As good as a basketball player as he was, he was an even better young man!
How I voted today in the Orange County football Top 25 media poll …1. Mater Dei (5-0 overall record)2. Mission Viejo (5-0)3. Santa Margarita (4-1)4. Orange Lutheran (5-0)5. JSerra (5-0)6. Servite (5-0)7. San Clemente (5-0)8. La Habra (3-2) 9. Los Alamitos (2-2)10. Corona del Mar (3-1)11. Edison (3-1)12. Villa Park (3-1)13. Capistrano Valley (5-0)14. El Toro (3-2)15. Tesoro (2-3)16. Pacifica (5-0)17. San Juan Hills (3-2)18. El Modena (3-1)19. Tustin (5-0)20. Yorba Linda (3-1)21.
The Register’s football offensive player of the week for Monday, Sept. 25. Ryan CragunSt. Margaret’sHe scored five touchdowns in the Tartans’ 48-7 win over Laguna Beach. Cragun, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound receiver and safety, scored three touchdowns on pass receptions, scored a touchdown on a punt return and scored on an interception return. He had 10 receptions for 182 yards. For the season, Cragun has 36 receptions for 616 and seven touchdowns.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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