2010-01-07

2010-01-07 E-Edition

Agoura’s dynamic duo

Charger wrestlers Kairouz and Wolhaupter excelling in, out of gymnasium

Michael Kairouz and Ben Wolhaupter are very different wrestlers. Kairouz overpowers foes with brute strength. Wolhaupter uses an assortment of moves to stymie opponents. Yet the Agoura High wrestlers are alike in one very important way. “They have the drive to succeed,” head coach Dennis Ritterbush said. The senior grapplers want to propel the Chargers to a Marmonte League championship […]

Bulldogs bark loudest at AYSO tourney



Oaks Christian eighth-grader named to All-American roster



Oaks Christian Middle School student Zack Bornstein has been selected to play in the FBU Youth All-American Bowl Game for the nation’s top eighth-grade football players. The game is held in conjunction with the U.S. Army AllAmerican Bowl for the nation’s top high school seniors and will be played Sunday at the Alamodome in San Antonio. A nationwide scouting review […]

Lions hungry for a Southern Section title

Senior forward Brooks paces OCHS girls’ basketball team

Katie Brooks doesn’t care about stats or personal accolades. She wants to win a section championship. The senior forward for the Oaks Christian girls’ basketball squad has helped propel the Lions to an 11-2 start after Tuesday’s victory over Villanova Prep in the teams’ Tri-Valley League opener. Brooks is putting up big numbers this season by averaging a double-double. But […]

Former CHS baseball coach Drootin to be honored by SoCal Jewish Hall of Fame



Scott Drootin, who led the varsity baseball teams at Calabasas, Chaminade and Newbury Park high schools to league titles, will be inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Skirball Cultural Center on Sat., Jan. 30. Drootin, now the head coach at Golden Valley High, is one of 13 new inductees. Milwaukee Brewers […]

OCHS’ Jones named one of nation’s top football players



Oaks Christian running back/ linebacker Malcolm Jones has been selected to the MaxPreps All-American Football first team. Jones, the school’s all-time leading rusher and a UCLA commit, ran for 2,477 yards and scored 45 total touchdowns this season for the Lions. He was one of only four California-based student-athletes to make the first team.

Brookside students reflect artistic talent



Calabasas High team to host dance clinic



The Calabasas High school Dance Team will host the third annual Coyote Cutie Dance Clinic for grades K-5 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sun., Jan. 10 at the school dance room, 22855 W. Mulholland Hwy. Check-in begins at 9:30 a.m. Dancers will learn a routine taught by the nationally ranked high school dance team and perform with the team […]

Rock band gives funds to Willow Elementary



The parents of Adam Levine, lead singer of the rock/R&B group Maroon 5, presented a donation of $25,000 to Jessica Kiernan, principal of Willow Elementary School, and Laly Ballard, Willow’s Parent-Faculty Association president, at the school’s recent annual fundrais-ing event to support educational programs. Levine’s younger brother and sister attend Willow. “This generous gift from Maroon 5, Career Artist Management […]