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Softball: Venice explodes for a nine-run fifth inning versus Palisades to remain unbeaten in league

Despite being undefeated in Western League play, the biggest criticism that Venice has faced this season is that they have not beaten any quality teams. That all change on Tuesday as the Gondoliers scored nine runs in the fifth inning on their way to a 15-7 victory over Palisades at home. Venice only had eight [...]

Baseball: Big sixth inning is enough for Palisades to get past Venice

Carrying a 1-0 lead for most of the game, it seemed that Venice would throw another wrench into an already wild Western League title chase, but Palisades was able to take advantage of key errors for a 3-1 victory on Tuesday. The Dolphins’ started their rally in the top of the sixth when Julian Hart [...]

Baseball: University and Palisades to play league game at Loyola Marymount

It will be a special day when University and Palisades face off on May 6th for the first leg of their two-game Western League series. Instead of playing on University’s football field that is converted for baseball, the teams will be battling for a victory at Loyola Marymount’s George Page Stadium. University junior first baseman [...]

Track: Palisades’ Williams and Culver’s Carter impressive at the South Bay Championships

Marissa Williams had a pair of impressive runs to lead Palisades girls to the fourth place finished at the South Bay Championships on Saturday. The junior doubled with victories in the 800 matters and the 1600 meters. Williams won the 800 meters in a time of 2:17.70 and the 1600 in 4:56.93. Culver City’s Kyndahl [...]

JC Basketball: SMC’s Adam Griffin set for official visit to Alaska Fairbanks

Santa Monica College guard Adam Griffin will take an official visit to Division II Alaska Fairbanks this week according to head coach Jerome Jenkins. The 20-year-old sophomore from Palisades High was the second leading scorer for SMC. Griffin averaged 10.4 points per game for the Corsairs this season and shot 38% from three-point range. He [...]

Boys Basketball: Westchester’s Elijah Stewart named LA City Player of the Year; LACES’ Battey earns top honors in Div 4

Westchester’s Elijah Stewart was named the LA City Section Player of the Year, yesterday. The senior led Westchester to multiple upsets in the state playoffs and to the Southern California Open Division Regional Finals were they lost to eventual champion Mater Dei. Fellow Comet Layon Gooden was honored on the All-City first-team selection. LACES’ freshman [...]

Football: Palisades’ linemen Lunn and Herrera commit to Division III schools

Palisades’ senior linemen Nick Lunn and Carlos Herrera have committed to play football at Division III schools next season. Lunn, an All-City selection and Western League offensive lineman of the year, will attend Occidental College in Eagle Rock. Herrera chose Cal Lutheran in Thousand Oaks. He was named to the All-Western League second team last.

Track: Santa Monica’s Espinoza runs fastest non-wind aided 100 meters this year at Mustang Relays; Palisades’ Williams sweeps 1600 and 3200 meters at the Pasadena Games

Santa Monica’s Marcel Espinoza posted the fastest non-wind aided 100 meters time in the Southern Section’s Division I this year at the Mustang Relays on Saturday. The sophomore’s time 10.65 seconds at Mira Costa High was nearly half a second ahead of fellow Viking DeJai Whittaker. Espinoza’s season-best is 10.63 at the Nike Invitational at [...]

Track: Palisades’ Marissa Williams cruises to 800 meters win at the Western League meet

Palisades’ junior Marissa Wililams had little trouble winning the girls’ 800 meters in the first Western League meet at Hamilton on Friday. The defending LA City Section champion in the 1600 and 3200 meters ran in a time of 2:31 but sat out other events looking towards the elite Pasadena Games meet tomorrow. Westchester’s Diamond [...]

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