Palisades, Ca-A big shake up at Palisades High School, Head Baseball coach Mike Voelkel resigns after seven season at the helm. Voelkel and his assistants coaches resigned citing, “Personal Reason”.
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University made their first playoff win in seven years look easy in a 37-0 victory over Grant at Venice High’s Watson Field on Friday. Tyrone Nelson had 212 yards on the ground including a pair of touchdowns in the second half from five and 20 yards. University scored on a safety to take […]
Football: Big games today could determine race for the Western League title; Brentwood starts tough league slate
It was suppose to be the biggest game of the westside this season. In front of Time Warner Cable’s television camera, fans were going to see if Palisades could end Venice‘s longtime conference winning streak. That was until University pulled off the upset last week ending the Gondoliers streak at 43 games. Now […]
Hamilton’s offense finally found a spark as quarterback Armani Rogers had five touchdowns (four passing and one rushing) to easily beat rival Fairfax 45-0 in the school’s homecoming game. Anthony Parker returned an interception for a 33-yard touchdown and Emmanuel Joseph had three of Hamilton’s seven sacks in the game. Earlier this season, […]
If you said which westside girls’ volleyball team would be undefeated in early October, the usually list of programs would easily roll off the tongue. You would figure it could be Marymount, Windward, Culver City, Santa Monica, or even Palisades. One that you would not have mentioned was Fairfax who are 11-0 on […]
Football Roundup: Eli Stern helps Brentwood rout Windward; Palisades gives away too many points on turnovers
If Brentwood need a jolt to get them prepared for their rival game against Windward on Thursday, quarterback Eli Stern provided it on the Eagles very first drive. The senior quarterback ran for a 49-yard touchdown to start the game and threw for 233 yards in Brentwood’s 43-14 victory. Stern had three touchdown […]
Tied at 14 and sitting at the San Pedro three-yard line with ten seconds left in the first half, University was poised to take a surprising halftime lead. Then the Wildcats missed and easy field goal. That would be all the momentum San Pedro would need to regain control of the game.