EnglishSpanishChinese (Simplified)FilipinoVietnamese

Day: October 21, 2011

The man is playing drums.

International band brings personal message to Hueneme

On Wednesday, October 19th, 2011, Hueneme High School hosted the internationally renowned Native Amerian musical performers, Broken Walls from Canada and Alaska. Accompanying them was the group ‘Carry the Cure’ who brings the message to youth of “choose life.” Their focus is to reach all youth with the message of making the right decisions in …

International band brings personal message to Hueneme Read More »

Operation smile flier.

Smile for Me

One in 1000 babies are born with a cleft lip or palate, a birth defect that occurs when the roof of the mouth isn’t fully developed. Since last May, Cam High’s Operation Smile Club has been establishing fundraisers to help pay for cleft lip and palate operations, which run at $240. Without the surgery, because …

Smile for Me Read More »

People are posing for photo.

Rio Mesa remembers 1971 CIF Champs

Members of the 1971 Rio Mesa High School football team were honored during a halftime ceremony Oct. 7 to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the team’s CIFSouthern Section Div. A championship. Friday night the Spartans defeated Pacifica 51-42 to go 1-0 in Pacific View League and 5-1 overall. Rio Mesa hosts Oxnard High School tonight.

ACHS steps in time

Members of the Adolfo Camarillo High School marching band drumline perform during Royal High School’s 28th annual Royal Classic marching band competition on Oct. 15 at the high school in Simi Valley. The Scorpions won first place in their division. Thousand Oaks High School took the top award in the afternoon event that drew marching …

ACHS steps in time Read More »

Interception of a player.

Oh, what a rush

Run that rock. At Rio Mesa High, pounding the pigskin is an ethos. Young Spartans are groomed to play a physical brand of football. It’s as if Rio Mesa head coach Bob Gregorchuk ripped a page right out of the Woody Hayes/Chuck Knox/Rex Ryan offensive playbook. Pacifica was the first Pacific View League program to …

Oh, what a rush Read More »