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He Traveled Many Myles Before Coming Home to Culver High


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All schools in America probably have a person on campus whom everyone trusts and confides in. One who wears many hats, it could be a principal, a counselor, a coach, a security officer. Cornell Myles is that person at Culver City High School and Middle School. As a security officer and a coach, Myles has been serving the Culver City school community for 20 years. Adding to his diverse accomplishments, he was ...read

Week Four, and the Centaurs Still Are Shopping for First Victory


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The Culver City High School football team, looking for its first victory, hosts Paramount at Jerry Chabola Stadium on Friday evening at 7. The Centaurs are 0-3 and Paramount has split its first four games. Culver City lost to San Pedro 38-17 last Friday after falling behind 17-0 in the first half.read

Centaurs Try to Rebound Against Peninsula in Home Opener


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Hoping to rebound from an opening night defeat, Culver City High School’s football team faces Peninsula on Friday evening at 7 at Jerry Chabola Stadium. The Centaurs will try to bounce back after a demoralizing 51-13 defeat at the hands of No. 1-ranked West Torrance. The good news is ...read

Centaurs Hope Togetherness Will Bring Another Championship


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Last Saturday the Culver City High School football teams played their fall scrimmage. The freshmen, junior varsity and varsity teams showcased their talent in front of proud parents and enthusiastic coaches. After five hours of football, the No. 1 theme of the night appeared to be:read

Culver City Football Steps into the Spotlight on Saturday


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Let’s get ready for Culver City High School football. The three Culver City football teams will be on display Saturday when the freshmen, junior varsity and varsity teams will showcase their talents on the Centaur football field. The freshmen will scrimmage the junior varsity at 3 and the varsity will scrimmage at 6 in the Blue and White game.read

Centaurs Beat University in the Summer Finale


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The Culver City High School football team completed a successful seven-on- seven passing league summer last Tuesday, edging University, 14-7. After the home game, summer workouts conclude this week. The Centaurs will take a ...read

A Tribute to 14 Hardy Little League Boys


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The Culver City Little League 9-10-year-old All-Star team started out with 14 boys of varying abilities. The players came from two different levels, nine different teams. Previously, they had experienced different coaching and demonstrated a range og skill sets. Only four had ever participated in a Little League All-Star tournament. Their competition included ..read

Little Leaguers to Test Malibu in Thursday Semifinals


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The Culver City Little League 9/10 All-Stars have advanced to the winner’s bracket semi-final game. Culver City defeated City of Angels 9-8 on Sunday, and beat Santa Monica West 20-4 on Monday to qualify. Culver City will be facing an excellent Malibu team on Thursday at 4:30 at Ladera Little League, 5401 S. Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles 90056.read

Little League All-Stars Sweep Two – Malibu Up Next


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The Culver City Little League 10-and-Under team advanced to the District 25 winner’s bracket semifinals with victories on Sunday and Monday. On Sunday, the Culver City 10 U team defeated City of Angels 9-8 in a thrilling walkoff victory. Yesterday, the Culver City 10 U team blasted Santa Monica West 20-5 en route to the semifinals.read

Culver City Little Leaguers Take Aim at District 25 Title


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The Culver City 10-and-Under All-Star baseball team opens tournament play Sunday morning at 9, at the Ladera Little League field, 5401 Fairfax Ave., Los Angeles 90056, against the All-Stars from City of Angels Little League. The Culver City 10U team features 14 players from the Culver City area, including ...read


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