Rio Mesa routs Hueneme, 62-6

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If Rio Mesa High was looking to build momentum for next Friday’s rivalry matchup against Camarillo, the Spartans got themselves off to a good start Friday night by defeating hos Hueneme 62-6. “What we get out of this game is some momentum and we got some pride back,” said Rio Mesa head coach Bob Gregorchuk. […]

Oxnard beats Channel Islands, 40-7

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The 1-2 rushing attack of Adam Espinosa and Andrew Valenzuela is tough for any team to slow down. When the Oxnard High football team is able to complement its running game with an efficient passing attack, the Yellowjackets become that much tougher to beat. Oxnard continued its resurgence in Pacific View League play with a […]

Camarillo takes control of PVL race

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The two heavyweights of the Pacific View League slugged it out Friday night. Call it the Thrilla in Camarilla. Corbin Covey caught a 9-yard touchdown pass from Travis Valdez with 2:18 left to give host Camarillo High a 31-26 victory over Pacifica and at least a share of the league championship. The winning reception came […]

Bryan brothers fuel $100,000 charity fest

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The recent Bryan Brothers Cool Planet Tennis Fest at the Spanish Hills Country Club raised almost $100,000 for the foundation. Rock singer Gavin Rossdale, former ATP touring pros Rick Leach, Jeff Tarango and the USC men’s team joined the brothers for the annual event. A celebrity exhibition featured Rossdale, the Bryan twins and former “American […]

OHS Hall of Fame Class of 2012

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Oxnard High School, Hall of Fame, 2012 Induction Ceremony was held on October 19, 2012. Ventura County Supervisor and 2011 OHS Hall of Famer, John Zaragoza, was the Master of Ceremonies and presented the honors to the new Class of 2012. OUHSD School Board Member, Steve Stocks accepted the Class of 2012 honor on behalf […]

Scorpions find ways to smile through adversity

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It’s not easy being a member of the Camarillo High boys’ water polo team. The Scorpions don’t walk to practice after the last school bell of the day rings. Instead, the players hop on a bus to Rio Mesa, the rival campus and home to the team that’s captured four straight Pacific View League championships. […]