On November 2, the Mexican Consul went to HHS to acknowledge the Spanish for native speaker students and teachers for maintaining the tradition of “El día de Los Muertos” alive. Mr. Juan Matus, Mexican consul, shared with the students the historical background and meaning of this well known tradition in Latin America.
The three-mile cross country course at Lake Casitas in Ojai isn’t for the meek. It’s often hot and dry. Dust kicks up, and runners struggle to breathe and see what’s in front of them. Then there are the formidable hills. When the Ventura County Cross Country Championships arrives at Lake Casitas, runners stop complaining. High […]
The 2012 version of the South Oxnard rivalry would determine whether it was Channel Islands or Hueneme Vikings that ended its season with its first and only Pacific View League win. Channel Islands came out the winner, as running back Richard Gray returned to action after being out for about a month and rushed the […]
Corbin Covey was adamant the county catches record wasn’t on his mind. Well, maybe it wasn’t completely absent. “No, not at all,” Covey said. “OK, maybe it was floating around there, but our main goal tonight was to get the ‘W.’ ” The senior wide receiver caught 14 passes for 141 yards Friday night to […]
After his team scored the tying touchdown in the first overtime period in its game with Pacifica, Oxnard High coach Mark Beckham rolled the dice. Beckham called for a two-point conversion rather than playing for another overtime period and the strategy worked. Running back Oscar Garcia snuck over the goal line just before a host […]
Lexi Townley walked through the rundown band room at Rio Mesa High School in Camarillo last year and was inspired to act. The 16-year-old junior wanted to clean up the place and knew she’d need help and resources. “I looked around and realized how dilapidated it was,” Lexi said. “I contacted the Home Depot in […]