Oxnard softball growing into contending role

Oxnard High School Logo.

Oxnard High softball coach Paul Tinoco anticipated his team would experience some growing pains this season. The Yellowjackets graduated six starters from last year’s CIF-Southern Section Division 2 semifinal team. Finding consistency has been an overriding goal, and last week was a perfect example. After performing well against some strong competition at the Michelle Carew […]

Rio Mesa swimmer hones his raw skills

Rio Mesa High’s Kyle Walthall hopes to shatter several more school and club records before he swims off into the sunset.The 5-foot-11, 155-pound senior is excited about his future. He’s going to go to York College in Pennsylvania. It’ll be quite a change from his home in Port Hueneme, close to his new lifeguard job […]

Oxnard students participate in mock interviews

People are having a conversation.

On Thursday, March 29th, the twenty-nine senior students in the Law and Public Services Academy at Oxnard High School were each interviewed for a job. The assignment was part of their capstone year in the program. The students had the privilege of being interviewed by attorneys, police officers, firefighters and post-secondary partners. The LAPS Academy […]

Lion’s Club honors FHS mock trial

Girls are posing for photo.

On Tuesday evening, April 10, the Camarillo’s Lions club honored the Frontier Mock Trial team for their achievements. The Lions club has generously and graciously supported the team’s efforts, which included beautiful plaques for each member of the team and a dinner for all the families.