Category Archives: Sports

Palisades High Runners Receive Honors for Winning The Inaugural Lemen Trophy at the Will Rogers 5K 

Earlier this year, Will Rogers 5/10K Race organizers wanted to encourage high school cross-country teams to compete in the annual Fourth of July race. They also wanted to honor the late Dick Lemen, a longtime Palisadian and a track coach … Continue reading

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Dolphins Defeat Hamilton 38-0; Can Capture Western Title with a Win at Fairfax on Friday 

Palisades High crushed visiting Hamilton on Friday night, 38-0, to retain its one-game lead in the Western League. The Dolphins (4-0) must go on the road and beat Fairfax (3-1) this Friday to win the league title outright. The Stadium … Continue reading

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PaliHi Alum Geoff Schwartz, Former NFL Tackle, Revisits Stadium by the Sea to Watch His Dolphins

         Former Palisades High football players often come back on Friday nights to watch their old team. Geoff Schwartz, who lettered in football, basketball and baseball at Pali, recently made one of his first football visits since … Continue reading

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After a Soccer Career, Defensive Ace Trevor Morley Looks to Help Young Players Learn Key Mechanics

As a senior at Cal State Northridge, a Division I soccer school, San Diego-born Trevor Morley was named the Big West Conference Defensive Player of the Year. He earned first team All-Conference honors in 2013, 2014 and 2015. As a defender, Morley … Continue reading

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PaliHi Football Opens League Play 28-21 Victory Over Westchester; Two TD’s for Suisman

After their non-league defeat of Brentwood on September 20, Palisades High Head Coach Tim Hyde told his players it was time to focus on their Western League rivals and take it one game at a time, just grinding it out. … Continue reading

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Olympic Swim Team Coach David Kelsheimer Trains World-Class Athletes and – Babies

Double. Single. Double. Single. Double. Single. Sunday off. That’s the seven-day pool training schedule for Olympic swimmers. Local swimming coach David Kelsheimer works with world-class athletes and is currently training six to eight athletes who are middle distance and distance … Continue reading

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PaliHi Boys Water Polo Practice Is Underway;

Dolphins Seek Eighth Straight City Championship Anyone lap swimming before 8 a.m. at the Maggie Gilbert Aquatic Center is now seeing numerous lanes packed with swimmers — specifically, Palisades High boys. It’s the first practice of the day for the … Continue reading

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Like Football? Like Food? Like to Support Youth?

Annual PaliHi Football Fundraiser Will Get the Season Underway The Taste of Tangaroa, the  Second Annual “Taste of” event to benefit the Palisades High football team, will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. on Sunday, August 25, at a … Continue reading

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Almost 2,500 Runners Compete in the Annual

Will Rogers 5/10K Races in Pacific Palisades A cool, cloudy start to the Fourth of July helped motivate 2,339 registered 5/10K runners as they set off down Alma Real, trying to set personal best times and win their age categories … Continue reading

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Behind the Scenes at the Palisades Parade:

A Shout Out to the PaliHi Football Team People who have just moved to Pacific Palisades or those who visit on the Fourth of July to enjoy the parade are usually unaware of just what goes on behind the scenes. … Continue reading

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