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Football: Q&A with Culver City head coach Jahmal Wright

With the fall sports just around the corner and the football summer practices now underway, we at the Los Angeles Sports Journal will bring you interviews with all fifteen high school and junior college coaches on the westside throughout the month of July. Fourth in our series is a conversation with Culver City head coach [...]

Football: Culver City’s Handler and Walker to attend prep school in Georgia

Culver City quarterback David Handler and wide receiver Lonnie Walker has decided to attend Georgia Prep Sports Academy, a prep school in Atlanta, Handler said on Tuesday. Hadler decided to the prep school route because it gives him a chance to improve on his fundamentals and gives him a better opportunity at a Division I [...]

Track: Santa Monica’s Espinoza narrowly misses winning 100 meter title at Southern Section Finals; Culver City’s Beacham places second in long jump

Santa Monica sophomore Marcel Espinoza barely missed out on winning the Division I boys’ 100 meter dash at the Southern Section Track and Field Finals at Cerritos College on Saturday. Espinoza finished one-hundredth of a second behind Camarillo’s Ahemd Obed. Espinoza had run the fastest time in the preliminaries at 10.68 seconds but had time [...]

Track: Culver City’s Kyndahl Carter wins four gold medals at the Ocean League finals

Culver City senior Kyndahl Carter had a dominating performance last Thursday at the Ocean League finals. The senior took home four gold medals, including winning the 100 meter hurdles with a time of 15.61 seconds, nearly 3.5 seconds better than her nearest competitor. Carter also won the 300 meter hurdles, the 100 meter dash, and [...]

Baseball: Santa Monica wins the Ocean League title, despite a no-hitter by Culver City’s Sterner

Santa Monica has figured out how to win tough games all season, but on Tuesday they managed to clinch the Ocean League title without getting a single hit in a 1-0 victory over Culver City. Jay Sterner threw a no-hitter for the Centaurs, yet it was the Vikings (24-4, 9-0 Ocean League) that manufactured the [...]

Boys Basketball: Culver City’s Armani Nicolis has committed to Sonoma State

Culver City forward Armani Nicolis has committed to Sonoma State, a Division II school in Northern California, he announced yesterday. The 6-foot-4, 175-pound senior said he likes the offense that Sonoma State runs and can fit in very nice after taking an official visit last month. “When I first talked to Coach [Pat] Fuscaldo, he [...]

Girls Basketball: Culver City’s Michelle Curry picks UC Riverside

Culver City’s Michelle Curry announced yesterday that she will play college basketball at UC Riverside next year. The Southern Section Division II-AA Player of the Year averaged 17 points and 10 rebounds per game in her only season at Culver City leading the Centaurs to its first sectional title since 1979. Prior to transferring to [...]

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