Daniel Archuleta, the Santa Monica Daily Press Managing Editor died yesterday morning at his home in El Sereno, according to his family. The 38-year-old had been with the westside newspaper for seven years and was responsible for the publication’s high school sports coverage. Prior to arriving at the Daily Press, Archuleta had work at the [...]
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Palisades picther Holt Maybank joked after the Dolphins 5-2 victory over University that all he needed was an additional 50 or warmup pitches in the fist inning before getting into his grove. After struggling in the opening inning and walking the first hitter to start the second, Maybank was perfect the rest of the way [...]
Even before Palisades left campus for their game against Hamilton on Thursday, head coach Michael Voelkel felt good about his team’s chances at victory. His intuition was quickly affirmed when the Dolphins scored seven runs in the second inning as Palisades took sole possession of first place in the Western League with a 12-1 win [...]
Westchester guard Myles Stewart announced that he will be a preferred walk-on at St John’s University in New York City next year. The 6-foot-6 senior was apart of a Comet team that advance to the Open Division Regional Finals this season. St John’s is led by former UCLA coach Steve Lavin.
As dominate as Santa Monica has been in the Ocean League, it should be no surprise that the Vikings are the top team in the Los Angeles Sports Journal Softball rankings. However this season, they are sharing the spotlight with another school in the city. St. Monica is off to their best start in years [...]
Windward’s Samantha Shapiro was named to the NCAA All-American team after finished second in the bars for Stanford at the NCAA Individual Events Finals on Sunday in Birmingham, Alabama. The junior finished with a score of 9.925 on bars and tied for the second-highest score of any Stanford gymnast at the event finals. It is [...]
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 [...]