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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.

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.

Carmel Valley gymnast medals at national tournament

Christopher Lucio in the No. 1 spot on the podium.

Christopher Lucio of Carmel Valley competed in the U.S.A. Gymnastics trampoline and tumbling national champions held recently in Louisville, Ky.

Carmel Valley runner ‘flips hourglass’ to create stellar career

When Tal Braude first surfaced at Torrey Pines as a freshman, it was assumed he’d be following in the footsteps of his two older brothers, both excellent soccer players for whom competing in track was a secondary activity.

Shortstop leads Cathedral Catholic to first Division 1 CIF softball title

Cathedral teammates celebrate home run!

Ramona’s pitcher Kailey Hill led Division 1 softball in on-base percentage and was ranked number two in home runs and slugging percentage with a batting average of .649. Cathedral Catholic’s pitcher, sophomore Devyn Magnett, led Division 1 in earned run average, strike outs and wins.

Torrey Pines High School girls win state title

New state champs (left to right): Gabi Jimenez, Clare Young, Farah Farjood and Shannon Yogerst.

Four players from Torrey Pines High School helped the San Diego Rush field hockey team to the Under 19 California state championship recently at Moorpark College near Los Angeles.

Junior Clare Young and sophomores Farah Farjood, Gabi Jimenez and Shannon Yogerst were part of a 14-player squad that swept through Cal Cup undefeated including an edge-your-seat title game victory over three-time defending champion San Diego Short Corner.

Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar and Solana Beach

Torrey Pines finished in a two-way tie for fifth place at the Southern California High School Championship match at Brookside Golf Club in Pasadena on June 2.

The Falcons shot a combined 380 score on the 18-hole par-72 course. They tied Oaks Christian of Westlake Village (Los Angeles County).

Westlake (Ventura County) won the tournament with a 371 score.

Cathedral Catholic’s Brady Aiken Number 1 MLB pick, drafted by the Houston Astros

Brady Aiken celebrates getting drafted by posing with his sister Halle, who’s proudly donning a Astros shirt. Photo courtesy of Halle Aiken.

Brady Aiken, the Cathedral Catholic High School senior who seemed destined for greatness throughout his young baseball career, hit the national spotlight after getting drafted by the Houston Astros as the number one draft pick in the United States last week. Broadcast live on MLB Television and reported on by sports media worldwide, Aiken instantly became one of the most recognizable names in baseball (and a national trending topic on Twitter), when he was announced as the number one prospect in the country after years of honing his craft and months of rumors about his ranking.

Santa Fe Christian School athletes in Solana Beach sign Letters of Intent

Front row, left to right: Darrian Borboa, Grace Dwyer, Bennett Royce, Chase Bushor, Madylyn Tschantz. Back row, left to right: Elyssa Reyes, Jerry Harper, Cole Needham, Hannah Mathiesen, Tony Miro, Brian Finley.

Eleven Santa Fe Christian Schools’ seniors, or approximately 10 percent of the graduating class, signed letters of intent to play sports at their respective colleges. SFC graduates signed on for football, baseball, basketball, rowing, volleyball, softball, water polo and soccer.  Each year, many of SFC’s highly skilled athletes are recruited by colleges across the nation.  [...]

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