Area athletes set to compete in CIF-SS Track and Field Championships

When Rio Mesa High sprinter Blake Selig fractured his femur last Saturday in the CIF-Southern Section Division 2 prelims, it was a snap heard all around the state of California. Selig’s unlucky break happened while he was running the third leg of the boys 4×100-meter relay. Originally, the thought was that Selig had injured the […]

Postseason plotlines dripping with drama

Boy is throwing a ball.

Spring is in full bloom. That means the playoffs are raging like college kids in Cabo San Lucas. While some varsity teams’ postseason runs have already ended, several squads are alive for Camarillo and Rio Mesa high schools. At the top of the marquee is Camarillo baseball, which is set to battle Newbury Park at […]

Scorpions dealt a knockout blow

Scorpions deal a knockout blow.

Sometimes the end doesn’t come down to a last-second, heart-stopping play. In the case of the Camarillo High boys’ volleyball team, the end was like a slow death. Late in the match, one could see in the players’ faces the ominous realization that defeat was inevitable. The Scorpions made a valiant comeback effort but fell […]

Student to study culinary arts

Bianca Lopez with award.

The Kiwanis Club of Camarillo recently awarded Bianca Lopez, 18, center, a college scholarship during one of the service organization’s regul ar luncheons i n Camarillo. Lopez, a senior at Adolfo Camarillo High School, will attend Johnson & Wales University in Rhode Island and major in culinary arts. A longtime member of the Boys & […]

High school prepares students for careers

Architecture Construction and Engineering (ACE) Charter High School in Camarillo prepares teens for careers in the construction industry. The school is chartered by the Oxnard Union High School District. The curriculum meets the same high school standards and core learning classes as other California high schools, as well as providing mandatory classes specifically geared toward […]

Frontier High School honored

Frontier High School was recently recognized by the California Continuation Education Association as a 2011 California School of Excellence at the recent conference in Oakland on May 5 to 7. Donna McNair, the principal’s secretary at Frontier, was named the 2011 Classified Employee of the Year at the conference. The California Continuation Education Association advocates […]