2010-04-15 E-Edition

Best foot forward

Agoura hurdler Cabral in a league of his own

Johnathan Cabral didn’t want to miss the party—he was born on New Year’s Eve. Turns out, Cabral had nothing to worry about. He’s giving folks plenty to celebrate. The Agoura High track and field junior is one of the top hurdlers in the nation, and he’s getting better. At the Arcadia Invitational last weekend, Cabral won the 110-meter hurdle race […]

Westlake All-Stars win at Redwood

New CIF polls favor Oaks

The latest CIF-Southern Section boys’ tennis poll is out, and Viewpoint is ranked No. 1 in Division 4. Oaks Christian’s boys’ are third in Division 3 tennis. In boys’ volleyball, defending section champion Westlake remains the top team in Division 2. Oak Park, meanwhile, is ranked second in Division 3, followed by Oaks Christian at No. 5. The Eagles beat […]

Talented Westlake shoots to the top of Marmonte standings

Boys’ golf update

Carl Spackler of “Caddyshack” lore never won at Augusta, put on the green jacket or shared a whisper with Jim Nantz. He settled for attempting, rather haphazardly, to eradicate varmints at Bushwood, a dump. But local youngsters work toward that dream every day—making it to Augusta, not chasing rodents for a living. The Westlake High boys’ golf team continues to […]

Former UCLA gridiron great Hicks joins Eagles

Former UCLA and NFL running back Skip Hicks has joined the Oak Park High football coaching staff. Hicks, who played for the Washington Redskins and Tennessee Titans during his four-year NFL career, will work with running backs and defensive backs at OPHS. In other Eagle varsity football news, Michael Thomson has been promoted to offensive coordinator. Thomson has coached on […]

Local boxer lands knockout punch

Westlake Village resident Audley Harrison stunned the boxing community last weekend with a 12th-round knockout of Michael Sprott to claim the European Boxing Union heavyweight title at Alexandra Palace in London. Harrison, 38, was trailing on all three judges’ scorecards when he sent Sprott to the canvas with a crushing left hook midway through the final round. According to ESPN.com, […]

Summer school is on, but it costs

Budget cutbacks have forced Las Virgenes Unified School District to scuttle free summer school programs, but the Las Virgenes Educational Foundation will offer fee-based summer classes for middle and high school students. The school district has teamed with Marymount College to provide summer classes for children in elementary grades. Extra classes in the summer come at a price for all […]

School trike-athon helps St. Jude hospital

High School Highlights

Agoura Chargers Fri., April 16: AP pre-admin/A- 1/7:50 a.m. Comedy Sportz/G building/ 6 p.m. Sat., April 17: Grad Nite garage sale/6:30 a.m. Mock SAT/A-1/8:45 a.m. Tues., April 20: Late start day College admissions workshop for 10th- and 11thgrade students and parents/8 a.m. Charger Club meeting/A-1/7 p.m. Wed., April 21: PFC meeting/9 a.m. Calabasas Coyotes Fri., April 16: Auto shop testing/ […]