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  1. There's plenty of life after USC football

    Greg Katz

    LOS ANGELES -- For departing USC Trojans football players making that final walk up the storied Coliseum tunnel, it can foreshadow a transition into the NFL, a sports-related career, or an entirely different vocation. For former Trojans uch as Tro...

    Blog | June 03, 2013
  2. Mater Dei's victory was for fallen soldier

    Before it played Edison and scored a thrilling 22-20 victory over Edison last week, there was a moment of silence for former Mater Dei lineman Tyler Nicholas Holtz. His brothers stood on the sidelines with a U.S. Army detail assigned to stay with ...

    Blog | October 06, 2011
  3. Football: No. 12 Mater Dei

    After reaching the semifinals in the Southern Section Pac-5 playoffs, one was left with the feeling that Mater Dei had a pretty good season. It has been a while since the Monarchs have been to the finals, 2002, but they're a great program with great ...

    Blog | August 25, 2011
  4. Pac-5 Division: Mission Viejo 42, Mater Dei 21

    Martin Henderson

    SANTA ANA - Mission Viejo and Mater Dei, who have played such an important role in Orange County football over the past two decades, met for the first time in a playoff game on Friday and delivered terrific drama. For a half. But as has been th...

    Blog | December 03, 2010
  5. Orange County: No. 20 Santa Margarita 17, No. 14 Mater Dei 7

    Martin Henderson

    MISSION VIEJO - If anyone ever doubted Harry Welch's will, he showed it on his team's first possession Friday against Mater Dei. Facing a fourth-and-one situation at its own 39-yard line, Santa Margarita's offense went for it. And made it. It w...

    Blog | November 12, 2010
  6. Orange County: No. 1 Servite 21, No. 12 Mater Dei 14

    Martin Henderson

    ANAHEIM - It was a moment that came out of nowhere. Servite's struggling offense that had bogged down time after time when given opportunities to score by its defense, exploded in the second half on one brilliant play. Malik Felton, pushed into th...

    Blog | October 29, 2010
  7. Orange County: No. 14 Mater Dei 28, Orange Lutheran 14

    Martin Henderson

    SANTA ANA - Max Wittek put up the numbers, but the real heroes of Mater Dei's 28-14 victory over Orange Lutheran were the guys on special teams. Three touchdowns came after long returns that set up short drives, and Mater Dei - ranked No. 14 in th...

    Blog | October 22, 2010
  8. Mater Dei's Max Wittek embraces the pressure of legacy

    Sean Ceglinsky

    Larry Goren/Special to Max Wittek says he makes it a point to never get too high after something good happens or too low after something bad. SANTA ANA -- Some football players might shy away from the unenviable task of having to live up...

    Blog | October 03, 2010
  9. Orange County: Mater Dei 27, No. 15 Edison 7

    Martin Henderson

    COSTA MESA - The defense, Mater Dei coach Bruce Rollinson said earlier this week, would have to carry his team this season. On Friday night, the Monarchs put their backs into it. Led by Miguel Sandoval, Joseph Schmidt and two turnovers in the first t...

    Blog | October 01, 2010
  10. Orange County: Even Victor Blackwell can't do it alone for Mater ...

    Martin Henderson

    Luis Collazo Mater Dei receiver Victor Blackwell was incredible in a win over San Clemente last week. The magic of the three stripes returned to the Mater Dei sidelines a week ago, but if it's a command performance that fans want, it's probably g...

    Blog | October 01, 2010
  11. Inland Empire & Orange County: Blackwell is questionable

    Sean Ceglinsky

    Nonleague football games early in the season don't get much bigger than Friday night's showdown between traditional Southern California powerhouse Santa Ana Mater Dei and Corona Centennial, ranked No. 7 by Thing is, the game might...

    Blog | September 15, 2010
  12. California clash set for this weekend

    Kyle Melinn

    It's NorCal vs. SoCal. It's No. 1 in the nation vs. No. 10 in the nation. It's De La Salle High (Concord, Calif.) vs. Mater Dei High (Santa Ana, Calif.) on the high school gridiron this Saturday.

    AssociateStory | September 22, 2000