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The San Clemente Little League Army Black Knights won the Junior Central District 68 T.O.C on June 13. Photo: Courtesy
The San Clemente Little League Army Black Knights won the Junior Central District 68 T.O.C on June 13. Photo: Courtesy

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Little League

The San Clemente Little League’s Army Black Knights were crowned the winners of the Junior Central District 68 Tournament of Champions on June 13 after defeating the Trabuco Longhorns in the finals, 10-6.

The team, which is made up of 13- and 14-year-olds, includes: Alexander Anawalt, Bryce Harris, Kellen Hollibaugh, Mark Iglesias, Jack Keefe, Cade Gray, Jack Martin, Matthew Masotto, Michael Mira, JJ Peters, Patrick Riley, Conner Sheaks and Ethan Sherrell. The team is coached by Drew Anawalt, Brad Sherrell, Mike Mira and Scott Riley.

Youth Football

The San Clemente High School football program will be conducting youth skills camps in July. The first session will run from July 13-16 and the second session will run from July 27-30.

The camp is open to all interested youth players from first through eighth grade. Participants will be taught individual offensive and defensive skills, training techniques and will work on flexibility, balance and core strength.

Cost for one session is $135 and includes a free shirt.

For more information or to register online, visit or email head coach Jaime Ortiz at


After three days of competition, the San Clemente Women’s Golf Club has its 2015 club champion.

On June 23, Lori Van Hove emerged as the victor, posting the lowest three-day score at the San Clemente Municipal Golf Course. Carol Duda finished runner-up.

In the B Flight, Staci Howren won the low gross and LiLi Krogman won the low net.

In the C Flight, Veronica Knippler took home the low gross title and Jamey Eller won the low net.


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