Category Archives: Sports

Palisades Win Season Opener 35-19

The Palisades Charter High School football team has only two returning defensive starters, and the same on offense.  To call this team inexperienced would be charitable. But raw talent, athleticism and pure will power saw the Dolphins beat El Camino … Continue reading

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Still a Few Slots Open for AYSO Soccer Fall Season

Your child already has a job – school has started or is about to start – they don’t need added stress from competitive sports. One way to help them socialize, get exercise and just generally have fun is to play … Continue reading

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Arthur Ashe: the Man and Legend Remembered

By BOB VICKREY I followed the Moody Coliseum usher down the aisle until we reached my seat on row two, which was directly behind the tennis court linesman and near where Arthur Ashe and Bjorn Borg sat while awaiting the … Continue reading

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Local Baseball Team Wins 2022 Easton Elite World Series Championship

The Top Level 14U Baseball Team made history last week by becoming the first team from Santa Monica and the Westside to ever capture the Easton Elite 14U World Series Championship. The Top Level team went a perfect 7-0 in … Continue reading

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PaliHi’s Bud Kling Inducted into Jewish Sports Hall of Fame

  Legendary Palisades High School tennis coach Bud Kling was inducted into the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame on June 26. The honorees include high school, college, professional and amateur standouts, media representatives and community members. The Hall … Continue reading

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The 45th Annual 5/10K Race Brings Surprises and Familiar Faces

The 5/10K Will Rogers Race returned this year nearly equaling the 2019 event and its 2,342 runners. Organizers Thomas Hathaway and James Klein were told by the timing company that most of the races in the state, post Covid, have … Continue reading

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AYSO Soccer Fall Registration Still Has a Few Spots

  AYSO Region 69 has been serving the communities of Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Topanga, and adjoining neighborhoods since 1975, and has consistently been recognized as a Platinum Region for its outstanding program. All children with birth dates between 2006 and … Continue reading

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Will Rogers 5/10K Run Returns in 2022

  The Will Rogers 45th Annual Race returns this year, after a two-year absence because of the Covid pandemic. The 5/10K is run on one of the most beautiful courses in the country, with the 10K winding through Will Rogers … Continue reading

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Rockies Capture PPBA Mustang World Series

The Rockies captured the Mustang World Series by playing six innings without errors against the Cubs, defeating them 5-2 on May 31 at the Palisades Recreation Center. Head coach Ollie Dunn credited the victory to the players and parents, noting … Continue reading

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PaliHi Grad Caroline Vincent Receives Intercollegiate Tennis Association Leadership Award

Palisades High alumnus Caroline Vincent, a senior at West Point, has won the 2022 ITA (Intercollegiate Tennis Association) Ann Lebedeff Leadership Award, which is endowed by Billie Jean King. “Caroline is a championship human being on and off the court, … Continue reading

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