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  • New CCHS Athletic Director has some big shoes to fill

    George Laase and Steve Finley|Dec 28, 2023

    One of the most challenging jobs on a college or high campus is the athletic director. He or she is responsible for a host of athletic teams along with coaches, booster club members, the band, maintenance workers that that take care of the field and courts and sometimes out of control parents. For the last 12 years at Culver City high school that job belonged to Tom Salter and now the new athletic director is 2001 Culver City high school graduate Adam Eskridge. "I got this crazy notion of...

  • Culver City advances to the CIF quarterfinals with a victory over Ayal

    Bill Seals, Sports Reporter|Nov 9, 2023

    The Culver City High School football team had to travel far but earned a hard fought 38-28 victory over the Ayala High School Bulldogs, in a first round CIF Southern Section Division 4 playoff game last Friday. The game was played at the Yates Field Stadium in Chino Hills, an inland empire city about 50 miles from Culver City. Now the 8-3 Centaurs advance to the CIF quarterfinals on Friday against the 8-3 Capistrano Valley Cougars at home inside Jerry Chabola Stadium on the Culver City Culver...

  • Culver City High School football battles Palos Verdes for the championship

    y Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Oct 19, 2023

    Here we go again. Another big football game for the Culver City Centaurs. A few weeks ago, it was Home Coming and last week it was Senior Night. Now the Centaurs travel deep into the South Bay to face one of the best teams in the CIF Southern Section on Friday. Kickoff is set for 3 p.m. against Palos Verdes. All of Palos Verdes home games are at 3 p.m. because their football field has no lights. Lights are no lights it should be an outstanding high school football game. Palos Verdes Sea Kings...

  • Centaurs win thriller against Mira Costa, battle Redondo Friday night

    Steve Finley, Sports Editor|Oct 5, 2023

    The ball was suspended in time. The boisterous crowd fell quiet. Mira Costa's last second field goal was short and that's when the players, coaches and the crowd went wild. It was Friday night lights at its best. At least for Culver City. The final score read, Culver City Centaurs 14, the Mira Costa Mustangs 13, at Culver City last Friday night in a Bay league opening game for both teams. It was a perfect ending to a homecoming night. "Tonight reminded me of the 1999 game against Mira Costa at...

  • New CCHS Athletic Director has some big shoes to fill

    Steve Finley and George Laase|Jan 4, 2023

    One of the most challenging jobs on a college or high campus is the athletic director. He or she is responsible for a host of athletic teams along with coaches, booster club members, the band, maintenance workers that that take care of the field and courts and sometimes out of control parents. For the last 12 years at Culver City high school that job belonged to Tom Salter and now the new athletic director is 2001 Culver City high school graduate Adam Eskridge. "I got this crazy notion of...

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