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CI’s Aoese Oto selected for 4th Annual Polynesian All American Bowl

We are proud to announce that Channel islands High School student-athlete, Aoese Oto, has been selected to showcase his athletic skills at the upcoming “4th Annual Polynesian All American Bowl” - The all-star game will feature some of the best high school players in the nation – from Florida to Hawaii to American Samoa – …

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Kickoff’s around the corner

Rory MacNeill and the Camarillo High football team open their regular season at 7 tonight at home against Buena. MacNeill, a senior linebacker/running back, is one of the best defensive players in the Pacific View League. Rio Mesa also kicks off the year at 7 tonight at home against San Marcos.

Camarillo opens spring practice

Camarillo is in search of a fifth straight Pacific View League football championship, but will do so with a new Head Coach, as Jack Willard has taken over. There is an air of excitement at Camarillo practice, as the Scorpions look to maintain their considerable recent success.

Carl Thompson, 76, was architect of Camarillo High championship teams

Quarterbacks Joe Borchard and Scott Cline guided Camarillo High to CIF football championships in two separate decades, Behind their success, stood an architect named Carl Thompson. The longtime Camarillo football coach, who had been battling leukemia, died Feb. 17 at age 76 at Pleasant Valley Hospital. Nicknamed “Coach,” Thompson guided Camarillo to a school-record 106 …

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The Acorn counts down the top five local sports stories of 2012

With 2012 coming to a close, there were many memorable moments in Camarillo sports. The Camarillo High football team continued dominating the Pacific View League while a former Scorpion made headlines in the NFL. Rio Mesa High’s swim team had another outstanding season in the pool, and the Spartan boys’ 4×400 meter relay quartet captured …

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