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Tooke Seizes the Moment for the Lady Centaurs Basketball Team


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During their first 16 games, the Culver City High School girls basketball team has been searching for a leader. Last season the Lady Centaurs had two leaders who guided them to a third straight Ocean League title and a CIF championship. In this new year, the Lady Centaurs have found a young woman to take charge, Kailey Tooke. Last week Tooke led the Lady Centaurs to two Ocean victories that put Culver City in ...read

Tripleheader Tomorrow on the Culver High Campus


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Fans of Culver City High School sports will get a rare opportunity to watch three different events on campus Friday. Only problem is, they will have to bring their own athletic shoes to keep up with the first two games of the evening. At 6 o’clock, the girls basketball team will play El Segundo in the Del Goodyear gymnasium while the boys soccer team will battle El Segundo outdoors at the Jerry Chabola Field. True fans will either ...read

Centaurs Get Ready for League Play


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Ocean League play starts within days for all of the Culver City High School winter sports teams. A big question for the Centaurs: Will the Ocean League l present the same type of challenges the pre-season has?read

Opposite Profiles -- Heisman Winners on Both Sides of the Line in Pasadena


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Rose Bowl, 2 o’clock, NBC. The college football playoff semi-final game this afternoon in the Rose Bowl will feature the best of two worlds. Oregon and Florida State will be led by the last two Heisman Trophy winners. Newsmaking Jameis Winston, last year’s winner for Florida State, and Marcus Mariota, who won last month for the Ducks, will use their arms and legs to try to put their teams into the first playoff finals in college history.read

Beef Bowl Continues to be a Rose Bowl Tradition


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Some traditions never grow old.

For the past 58 years Lawry’s Beef Bowl has been one of the favorite evenings of the college bowl season.read

Centaur Teams Will Stay Busy Over the Holidays


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Most Culver City High School students are relaxing at home during the holidays while Centaur winter athletes are playing in tournaments and pre-season games. If they are not playing games they are practicing. League play starts next month. Performing well in league play means ...read

Culver Boys’ Basketball Team Hopes to Break Losing Streak


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The Culver City High School boys basketball team is looking to snap a four-game losing streak this weekend when they travel to the San Gabriel Valley to play in a holiday tournament. The Centaurs will battle Arroyo from El Monte on Friday at 4, Blair from Pasadena on Saturday at 5:30, and Aquinas from San Bernardino on Monday at 5:30.read

Santa Barbara Next Tournament Rival for Culver Boys Soccer Team


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The Culver City High School boys’ soccer team will travel to Torrance on Friday to take on a good Santa Barbara team in the South Torrance Tournament. The 4-1-1 Centaurs will play a 5-1-1 Santa Barbara team at 6 o’clock in a game that should produce top level soccer play.read

Boys Soccer Team Is in the Valley for Crespi Today


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The Culver City High School boys soccer team (2-1) hits the road this afternoon for Encino and a match against winless Crespi. Crespi brings in an 0-3-1 record against the Centaurs who won their last game, 1-0 over Artesia. Culver City’s next game will be against ...read

Potential Olympian Who Is a Blur, Newcomer Toomey


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Nineteen seconds. For most of us, that is not a lot of time to accomplish much, maybe fill up a glass of water, walk up the stairs, or get a leash for the dog. For aspiring Olympian Derek Toomey, that is enough time to swim two laps of the pool. Mr. Toomey, who just finished his college swimming career at the University of Minnesota, moved to Los Angeles this fall to train for ...read


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