The Rio Mesa High boys swimming team remains an unbeatable force in the pool. The Spartans have won 12 straight Pacific View League championships and 98 dual meets in a row. Thomas Bunker is one of the leaders, swimming the 200 and 500 freestyle events. “He’s swimming phenomenal,” said coach Keith McKnett.
Good Morning, So I know students are doing amazing things all over the PHS campus on a constant basis, but I am not sure everyone truly realizes the level Matt and Linnea have taken their amazing culinary team to as they prepare for the National Competition next week in Baltimore. In one hour, these four […]
Hannah Kurowski thought she wanted to become a veterinarian when she entered her freshman year at Adolfo Camarillo High School; she changed her mind after participating in the school’s Junior Statesmen of America program and discovering a love of politics. A national nonprofit, the Junior Statesmen of America program encourages teens interested in politics, government, […]
Camarillo High won a seesaw third game that culminated with a kill by Brandon Tran to give the Scorpions a three-game sweep of rival Rio Mesa in a battle of undefeated Pacific View League boys volleyball teams on Thursday night at Rio Mesa High. “I got the same winning block (against Rio Mesa) last year, […]
The streak is alive. A close call, however, made life a little more interesting for the Rio Mesa High boys’ swim team. The Spartans won their 86th consecutive Pacific View League meet last week, 93-77, against a resurgent Camarillo squad. It was one of the closest finishes during the streak. Head coach Keith McKnett had […]
The Camarillo and Rio Mesa high school baseball teams will play at 7 tonight under the lights of Veteran Field at Freedom Park. “It’s going to be an exciting atmosphere,” Camarillo head coach John Gonzalez said. “With most of our games being at 3 p.m., many fans can’t come out to watch us play because […]