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Torrey Pines High School football starts Aug. 29

The Torrey Pines varsity football team scrimmaged against San Marcos on Friday, Aug. 22.

The Torrey Pines varsity football team scrimmaged against San Marcos on Friday, Aug. 22. Their first game is at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 29.

Bishop’s School hires new coaches for boys basketball and baseball

Nick Levine, left, and Ron Witmeyer.

The 2014-2015 school year will see two experienced coaches joining the roster at The Bishop’s School.

Former Cathedral Catholic pitching sensation Camarena fields the challenges of pro ball

‘It’s not fun getting beat up on the mound, but I’m learning a lot from it and that’s the big thing,’ says Daniel Camarena. Photo by Dave Schofield/Trenton Thunder.

Former Cathedral Catholic pitching standout Daniel Camarena had it ridiculously easy in high school. Now three years into his professional career after being drafted by the New York Yankees in the 20th round of the 2011 amateur draft, Camarena is for the first time in his career — at any level — confronting failure.

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks U8 Smith are finalists

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks U8 Smith are finalists.

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks U8 Smith team made it to the finals in the Carlsbad Summer Classic.

Albion SC BU11 White Team wins Futbol Classic

Front row (L-R) Kai Walsh, Angel Jaimes, Jackson Miller, Evan Rotundo, Isaac Powell. Middle row: Tyler Watson, Ryan Flather, John Paul Molina, Billy Cherres, Steven Ruiz, Keegan Ferreira, Andrew Mitchell, Angel Cortez, Simon Sagal. Back row:  Coach Wayne Crowe

Congratulations to the Albion BU11 White team for winning the West Coast Futbol Classic over the Aug. 16-17 weekend.

Torrey Pines High School parents rally for return of terminated athletic trainer

Torrey Pines High School parents are rallying for the return of their athletic trainer, Christina Scherr.
“We believe that the decision to let our athletic trainer go was unjust, unfair and biased, and we believe the Torrey Pines community will continue to fight to rehire Christina,” said Carrie Pickwell, a member of the Torrey Pines High School Foundation Board of Directors, one of several parents who attended the Aug. 21 San Dieguito Union High School District board meeting to ask for Scherr’s reinstatement.

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks GU10 win Premier Classic

Sharks GU10 win Premier Classic

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks GU10-Hammond took home the championship trophy at the SD Premier Classic soccer tournament held Aug. 9-10.

Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks BU11 win at Summer Classic

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U11 won at the Rancho Santa Fe Attack Summer Classic Soccer Tournament recently.

The Del Mar Carmel Valley Sharks Boys U11 won at the Rancho Santa Fe Attack Summer Classic Soccer Tournament recently.

Sharks GU13 win SD Premier Classic

Sharks GU13 win SD Premier Classic.

The Sharks GU13 won the San Diego Premier classic, going undefeated and un-scored-upon.

Surf Girls U10 are champs at Classic

The Surf Girls U10 Academy (Madrigal) team emerged as Flight 2 champions after going undefeated at the 10th annual West Coast Futbal Classic.

Congratulations to the Surf Girls U10 Academy (Madrigal) team who emerged as Flight 2 champions after going undefeated at the 10th annual West Coast Futbal Classic held Aug. 16-17.

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