2010-03-04 E-Edition

… Oops! An active online subscription is required to access this content. Please login below or Subscribe today! Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password Username or E-mail Password Remember Me     Forgot Password

Chargers take perfect season to the Pyramid

Agoura faces Inglewood with section title in the balance

Tony Scott has the ultimate respect for his opponent. The head coach of Inglewood High’s girls’ basketball team knows his squad faces a colossal challenge against the unbeaten Agoura Chargers in Saturday’s CIF-Southern Section Division 3AA title game at the Walter Pyramid in Long Beach. “I told my kids the other day, ‘This team is 29-0. Can you believe that?’” […]

Wrestling’s elite power into state meet

Back in the day, gladiators fought in Rome’s Colosseum. The toughest kids in California entertain the masses at Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield. Multiple area high school wrestlers will compete this Friday and Saturday at the CIF State Wrestling Championships. Saul Garcia of Moorpark, Behdod Katebian of Thousand Oaks, Camarillo’s Matt Hickman and Royal’s Edward Ruiz are making their second straight […]

Football training camps offered

There are a pair of Nike SPARQ training camps in the Conejo Valley during the next two months. The first four-week session runs through March 20 at Newbury Park High. The second camp takes place on Saturdays from March 27 through April 17 at Thousand Oaks High. There is a $160 sign-up fee. According to Steele, proceeds will be directed […]

Oak Park star pole vaulter takes flight

During a national pole vault competition in Reno, Nev., Oak Park High sophomore Connor Stark won his division, breaking his personal-best record of 13 feet, 6 inches three times and breaking the Oak Park record of 14 feet set by senior Ken Sugai two years ago. Connor’s final, winning jump in Reno was 14-2. “I felt good going into it, […]

Agoura 76ers better than the guys in Philly

Calmont welcomes new headmaster

She helped to reduce tuition at school by 25 percent

Ruth Huyler Glass has been appointed as head of Calmont School in Calabasas, an independent, nonprofit K-8 school. Glass, a Pacific Palisades resident for the past 10 years, has more than 30 years experience in education administration. She stated that the school’s location on 22 acres in the mountains of Malibu Canyon reminded her of her childhood in Ojai, and […]

School to host poker tournament

Calmont School will host a fundraiser from 7 p.m. to midnight Sat., March 20 at 22741 Pacific Coast Hwy., Malibu. The event will have entertainment, poker tournament, live music, shopping, food and drinks, and silent and online auctions. Comedian Howie Mandel will host a live auction. All proceeds will benefit the independent, nonprofit school in Calabasas. Tickets are $100 and […]

Oak Park team jumps through hoops

Las Virgenes teachers are Bravo Awards finalists

The Music Center of Los Angeles County recently named 14 teachers and six schools as finalists for the 28th annual Bravo Awards, honoring teachers and schools for exemplary arts education. The local finalists are Carole Firestone of Lindero Canyon Middle School and Sandy Fleishman of Yerba Buena Elementary School, both of Las Virgenes Unified School District. Bravo Awards nominations were […]