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New NCAA-sanctioned high school ‘team camp’

Aaron Burgin
REGION — Brandon Angel and his Torrey Pines Falcons teammates had finished their final game of the Section 7 Team Camp in Phoenix 20 minutes
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San Diego Swish Pro-Am league comes to San Diego

Aaron Burgin
San Diego Swish Pro-Am Basketball League will select 8 teams for a 12-game season at Miramar College's Hourglass Fieldhouse on June 23 through August 3.
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Coaches rally around Torrey Pines HS basketball player with cancer

Aaron Burgin
The “coach” is Nick Herrmann, a 17-year-old player from Torrey Pines High School who was diagnosed last year with an aggressive form of bone cancer.
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North County sends bullish contingent to CIF Boys Basketball Playoffs

Aaron Burgin
Four of the eight teams that comprise the Open Division field hail from The Coast News coverage area — Torrey Pines, Vista, San Marcos, and
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Falcons continue to soar: A North County Basketball Preview

Aaron Burgin
The Coast News annual North County basketball preview.
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Identical twins take divergent paths during summer basketball

Aaron Burgin
Torrey Pines High School seniors Bryce and Michael Pope are almost impossible to tell apart on the basketball court, which can be a gift and