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  • Lady Centaurs struggling to break even in softball

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Apr 18, 2024

    The Culver City high school girls' varsity softball team has lost five games in a row and they are currently 7-11 overall and 1-5 in the Bay league. That's the bad news. The good news is the young Lady Centaurs have four regular season games remaining on their schedule. That gives them a chance to move up in the league standings and get close to being a .500 team. "We have a lot of young players who don't have a lot of experience," said head coach Brandy Peacock after a recent loss against...

  • Los Angeles Chargers 2024 Final Seven Round NFL Mock Draft

    Bill Seals, Sports Reporter|Apr 18, 2024

    The 2024 NFL draft will begin in one week on April 25, and for the Los Angeles Chargers and their roster construction, it will be a key draft for new head coach Jim Harbaugh that will help to determine the success of the 2024 regular season. All drafted players are given four-year contracts to begin their careers and the rookie contracts help with the salary cap. It would not be surprising to see the Chargers trade down multiple times to pick up more draft picks. The Chargers were limited in...

  • UCLA Bruins men's basketball adds three Transfers

    Bill Seals, Sports Reporter|Apr 18, 2024

    The UCLA men's basketball team officially announced the addition of three players to the 2024-2025 roster through the transfer portal and the UCLA head coach Mick Cronin officially announced the addition of combo guard Skyy Clark, power forward Eric Dailey Jr., and wing player Kobe Johnson. "We are excited to be adding Skyy, Eric and Kobe to our program," Cronin said. "We are familiar with all three of these young men, and they are going to be important players for our team. Our staff had...

  • Louise McDonald

    Apr 18, 2024

    Sister Louise McDonald, C.S.J., age 83, passed away on Tuesday, March 19, 2024 at St. John of God Retirement Center in Los Angeles, CA. She was born March 18, 1941, the oldest of five children, in Los Angeles, CA. Graduating from Alemany High School in 1959, she entered the Sisters of Saint Joseph of Carondelet, the following September. She was a Sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet for 64 years. Louise served in a variety of ministries throughout her years including teacher, respiratory...

  • Sheryl Jane Tompkins

    Apr 18, 2024

    Sheryl Jane Tompkins, 65, died Sunday, February 18, at her home after a long illness. Sheryl was born to Margaret Jane (Russell) and Raymond Owen Tompkins on May 9, 1958, in Orange, CA. She grew up the youngest of three sisters and graduated from Foothill High School in 1976. She married John Burton on May 6, 2007. Sheryl was a long-time resident of Culver City and a beloved bartender at the Prince O'Whales in Playa del Rey, where she cultivated many deep friendships over the decades. An avid...

  • Public Health Confirms Measles Case in Los Angeles County Health Officials Identify Locations for Possible Measles Exposure

    Apr 18, 2024

    The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health has been notified by the California Department of Public Health of one case of measles in a non-Los Angeles County resident who traveled throughout Los Angeles County from Saturday, March 30, 2024, to Monday, April 1, 2024. Individuals who were at the following locations during the dates and times below may be at risk of developing measles within 21 days from the exposure date. Saturday, 3/30/24 Sheraton Gateway Hotel Gym - 6101 W. Century...

  • Centaur's sports teams gear up for a stretch run

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Apr 11, 2024

    The Culver City high school spring sports teams are looking to spring into action during the last few weeks of the season. The boys and girls track and field teams lead the way as genuine title contenders and two other teams have a legitimate chance to make the CIF playoffs but it all depends two factors. Winning games and track meets, and staying healthy. The track and field teams are fresh off some exciting performances at the top high school track and field meet in the nation, the Arcadia...

  • Lady Centaurs struggling to break even in softball

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Apr 11, 2024

    By The Culver City high school girls' varsity softball team has lost five games in a row and they are currently 7-11 overall and 1-5 in the Bay league. That's the bad news. The good news is the young Lady Centaurs have four regular season games remaining on their schedule. That gives them a chance to move up in the league standings and get close to being a .500 team. "We have a lot of young players who don't have a lot of experience," said head coach Brandy Peacock after a recent loss against...

  • Angel City Loses Home Opener to Bay FC 0-1

    Sophie Lipp, KidScoop Media Correspondent age 11|Apr 11, 2024

    On March 17th Angel City took on Bay FC at BMO Stadium in Los Angeles. The first soccer match of the season was played before a sold-out crowd. I have attended Angel City games before but nothing compares to this experience. I spent the match in the media box with other press people carefully watching and taking notes during the game. Angel City is currently ranked 9th in the National Women's Soccer League. This was Bay FC's first game as a new expansion team in the league. Their coach Albertin...

  • Los Angeles Rams Announce Performance Camps Presented By Official Health Partner Cedars-Sinai

    Apr 11, 2024

    Camp Registration Open Now At TheRams.com/YouthFootball In partnership with their official health partner Cedars-Sinai, the Los Angeles Rams are hosting Performance Camps to provide fans across Southern California the opportunity to learn skills from the Rams. The Rams and Cedars-Sinai will host four performance camps for youth (grades 2-12) in June. The coed football camps will serve all positions and skill levels. Former NFL and All-American collegiate athletes and coaches to lead each...

  • Centaur's sports teams gear up for a stretch run

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Apr 11, 2024

    The Culver City high school spring sports teams are looking to spring into action during the last few weeks of the season. The boys and girls track and field teams lead the way as genuine title contenders and two other teams have a legitimate chance to make the CIF playoffs but it all depends two factors. Winning games and track meets, and staying healthy. The track and field teams are fresh off some exciting performances at the top high school track and field meet in the nation, the Arcadia...

  • Culver City high school will showcase track stars at the Arcadia Invitational

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Apr 4, 2024

    Some of the best high school track and field stars in the nation will compete in the prestigious Arcadia Invitational on Friday and Saturday. Culver City high school Centaurs will have several athletes competing against the best. Unfortunately, Culver City's fastest girl runner, Joelle Trepagnier suffered a slight injury last week so she will not be competing, but the girls still have the second fastest sprinter in the school, Morgan Maddox to "hold down the fort" according to Culver City's...

  • Culver City High School Athletes in Action

    Apr 4, 2024

    Culver City High School Baseball and Softball Players in Action....

  • Dodgers Place Jason Heyward On IL

    Apr 4, 2024

    The Los Angeles Dodgers placed outfielder Jason Heyward on the injured list with lower back tightness and added outfielder Taylor Trammell to the active roster. Trammell, 26, was claimed yesterday from Seattle after being designated for assignment on March 28, 2024. Last season, he hit .130 with three homers and 11 RBI in 22 games for Seattle and hit .268 with 21 homers for Triple-A Tacoma. He has played 116 Major League games over three seasons with Seattle, hitting a combined .168 with 15...

  • Culver City High School Welcomes COACH LUTZ, Math Teacher, and Track Assistant

    Apr 4, 2024

    Culver City High School welcomes new track assistant coach, Henry Lutz, for the 2024 season. Coach Lutz, who also teaches math at CCHS, aims to lead the long distance runners to success, drawing from his experience coaching at his previous school. He emphasizes the importance of supporting students and fostering their growth as athletes, with a focus on dedication and hard work. Coach Lutz led the "Students Run LA" club at his previous school, where they trained for the LA Marathon. The typical...

  • Newsome Recall Deux

    Apr 4, 2024

    Activists who successfully placed a recall on California's ballot in 2021 and forced the Democratic governor to spend tens of millions are trying to oust him again. Newsome is often listed as a possible candidare for President of the United States in 2028. Conservative activists are launching another attempt to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom, seeking to capitalize on anger over the state's yawning budget deficit and arguing that the top White House surrogate must be stopped before he can...

  • Boys' volleyball at Culver City high school staying positive

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Mar 28, 2024

    Losing at any level of sports competition takes its toll mentally and physically. From pee wee sports to the professional level, losing can be depressing. If you watch a Culver City high school boys' varsity volleyball game, you would not know they are 2-12 overall and 0-6 in the Bay league. During a recent match inside the Culver City high school gymnasium the excitement and camaraderie was bouncing off the walls of the gym. "We are not winning a lot of games but it's still fun to come out...

  • Runners Help Senior Reach Red Carpet

    Mar 28, 2024

    Numerous runners viewed the Screenland 5K as a tune-up to last Sunday's LA Marathon, but for most of the 2,600 guests from 17 states and four countries, the eighth annual race at Ivy Station represented a pinnacle accomplishment. "Thank you, dear God. I got wobbly in the race and came home exhausted, but I had a wonderful time. I have to do this again next year," said Esther Pobre, 87, the oldest registered runner to finish on the red carpet. "The people around me kept me going. The runners...

  • Inglewood to Shutter 5 Schools

    Mar 28, 2024

    Inglewood Unified will close five schools, including Morningside High School, by the end of the 2024-25 school year in an effort to combat declining enrollment and looming deficits, officials have announced. The school district, in state receivership since 2012, has struggled to retain students, dropping from an enrollment of 18,000 in 2002 to less than 7,000 today, according to state-appointed administrator James Morris The schools to close are Hudnall, Highland and Kelso elementary schools,...

  • Chargers add depth to the roster through Free Agency

    Bill Seals, Sports Reporter|Mar 28, 2024

    General manager Joe Hortiz of the Los Angeles Chargers has had a very busy first week of the 2024 league season that started on March 13th. Hortiz cut one starting wide receiver, traded another starting wide receiver, restructured the contracts of two defensive stars, cut a one-time Pro Bowl starting linebacker and replaced him with another one-time Pro Bowl starting linebacker. In the process, he put the Chargers in a better place for free agency. All the moves were done to get the Chargers...

  • Centaurs try to stay competitive in the Bay League

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2024

    With the baseball team leading the way, the Culver City high school spring athletic teams are trying to fight through the Bay League season. Facing teams like Redondo Union, Mira Costa, Santa Monica and Palos Verdes every week can be a daunting task. The baseball team is the beacon light for the spring teams. The Centaurs are currently 13-1 and that's one of the best starts in school history. Last Wednesday they beat Redondo Union 2-1 at Redondo. They battle Redondo again on Friday at 3:30 p.m....

  • CCHS track and field teams excel at the California Relays

    Joe Snyder and Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2024

    Culver City High School's boys' and girls' track and field teams continued to have outstanding performances. The latest addition of outstanding performances happened last Friday and Saturday at the California Relays at Long Beach Wilson High. Both varsity teams are in pursuit of winning multiple races and championships in the CIF Southern Section Division and CIF-State Meet. The Centaurs once again have enough talent to be able to compete with the top track and field teams in Southern...

  • Centaurs try to stay competitive in the Bay League

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Mar 21, 2024

    With the baseball team leading the way, the Culver City high school spring athletic teams are trying to fight through the Bay League season. Facing teams like Redondo Union, Mira Costa, Santa Monica and Palos Verdes every week can be a daunting task. The baseball team is the beacon light for the spring teams. The Centaurs are currently 13-1 and that's one of the best starts in school history. Last Wednesday they beat Redondo Union 2-1 at Redondo. They battle Redondo again on Friday at 3:30 p.m....

  • Vice Mayor Takes the Bus to Victory

    Mar 14, 2024

    After numerous second-place finishes in the Screenland 5K, Culver City Vice Mayor Dan O'Brien finally prevailed in his age division, and he had to chase a Culver City bus to do it. "I thank the fleet-footed David Winslow for getting a year older and running in costume as a Culver City bus," a smiling O'Brien said of his longtime racing foe. "As wonderfully efficient and responsive as the transportation system is in Culver City, it was too much to overcome for David to be encumbered by carrying a...

  • Culver City High School baseball is making their presence felt

    teve Finley, Sports Editor|Mar 14, 2024

    The season still has a long way to go but the Culver City varsity baseball team is looking like a team that has moved into the category of being a good solid high school baseball team. Under the guidance of second year head coach, Devaughn Wallace the Centaurs are currently 8-1 and appear to be ready to be competitive in the tough Bay league. Every game in the Bay league will be a dog fight. "We will take it one game at a time," said Wallace after practice last week. On Tuesday they travel a...

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