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Centaurs Find Ocean League Is Stronger Than It Was Last Season


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By Steve Finley
The Culver City High School baseball team (10-6) will travel to La Habra for high school a doubleheader, starting at 11 o’clock.

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West Los Angeles Hopes to Finish the Season Strong


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The West Los Angeles College baseball team has five games remaining in the season, and Coach Bob Grant’s goal is to keep the team positive and make sure they learn from their mistakes. “I want to see the natural progress,” he said after their 11-7 loss to first-place Los Angeles Mission College last Saturday. “I want them to play hard and continue to get better.”read

Curry, Ueda, Anderson – CIF’s Best and Culver’s Best


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Three members of the most successful Culver City High School girls basketball team in 35 winters are reaping prized accolades for its brilliant 31-5 season. While winning the CIF Division 2AA championship for the first time since 1979, the Lady Centaurs brought home the school’s first CIF championship in the last 32 years. They defeated ...read

Culver City Wins First Game of Lions Baseball Tournament


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Once again the Culver City High School baseball team used pitching and defense to edge Mira Costa 2-1 here last Friday in the opening game of the Lions Tournament. Until their bats wake up, defense and pitching will carry the 8-3 Centaurs.read

Centaurs Open Anaheim Baseball Tournament on Friday


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The Culver City High School boys baseball team, off to a 6-3 start, will host 4-6 Mira Costa of Manhattan Beach at 3:35 on Friday to kick off the Anaheim Lions Tournament. Last week the Centaurs swept a two-game series against Lawndale. They go into the tournament with momentum. The Centaurs beat ...read

Lady Centaurs Have No Regrets About a History-Making Season


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If a championship is the mark of an outstanding season, Culver City High School’s girls basketball team (31-5) accomplished that by winning the CIF 2AA division. The state title would have been icing. The Lady Centaurs will take the less fattening choice, cake without icing. The Chaminade team that knocked out Culver City by 30 points in the state semifinals last week, won ...read

For Lady Centaurs, 31 Wins Ease Pain of a 30-Point Loss


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What do you say after a 30-point loss in the semifinals of the State Regional Division 2 AA girls basketball tournament? “We ran into a better team,” said Culver City High School Coach Julian Anderson. But there was so much positive to say about the Lady Centaurs’ gleaming 31-5 season after this week’s 76-46 loss to top-seeded Chaminade in West Hills.read

Lady Centaurs’ Golden Season Ends Painlessly


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Maybe it was better that season ended lopsidedly two nights ago for the Culver City High School girls basketball team. No tightness or heartbreak as the game wound down. They turned out the lights on the Lady Centaurs’ magnificent 31-5 season, their first CIF title in 35 years, on Tuesday evening far away in West Hills.read

Lady Centaurs in the Valley Tonight for Regional Semifinals


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After winning its first two games in the State Regional basketball tournament, a blowout and a tight game, Culver City High School’s girls team faces No. 1 seed Chaminade of West Hills this evening in the Valley in the semi-finals. The No. 4-seeded Lady Centaurs continued their dream season by ...read

Two LACES Teams Win CIF Titles, and Now They’re Headed for State


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The boys and girls basketball teams from LACES, the Los Angeles Center for Enriched Studies, have captured double CIF Division 4 championships last Thursday at the Roybal Learning Center, and they will start the road through the State tournament beginning tomorrow. Not only are they crack students, the LACES players obviously are excellent athletes, too.read


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