SPORTS

Heffner Reaches the Heights for Centaurs

May 4, 2015 | by Steve FinleyCulver City High School is known for its solid academics and competitive athletic programs that produce good, sometimes great, athletes. Colin Heffner may be.
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… And Now, a Word from Our Sponsors

May 1, 2015 | by George LaaseI was fortunate to be able to photograph a playoff game last week between our L.A. Clippers and the San Antonio Spurs. The first.
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V-Ball, Lacrosse, Baseball On Centaurs’ Weekend Menu

April 17, 2015 | by Steve FinleyWith additional reporting by George Laase.  Culver City High School athletic teams spring back into action today. The seventh-ranked boys volleyball team will travel.
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Centaurs’ Track Showdown Against Santa Monica

April 16, 2015 | by Steve FinleyThe best two track and field teams in the Ocean League lock horns this afternoon at 2:45 when Culver City High School hosts Santa.
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Centaurs Fighting Through Dog Days of Spring

April 9, 2015 | by Steve FinleyWith additional reporting by George Laase.  Springtime brings April showers and a lot of meets, games and matches for the boys and girls athlete.
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Centaur Baseball Team Hopes for a Clean Start

April 7, 2015 | by Steve FinleyYou know about spring cleaning. The Culver City High School baseball team hoped to start a clean winning slate this afternoon at Palos Verdes.
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Hooper, Marrero, Centaurs Fare Well at Mira Costa

April 6, 2015 | by Steve FinleyThe Culver City High School track and field teams proved once again they have one of the best programs in Southern California with a.
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NCAA Image of Amateur Athletes Fading, Fading Fast

March 31, 2015 | by George LaaseBack in 1994, CBS Sports bought the rights to the NCAA men’s basketball tournament with an eight-year contract averaging $215 million annually. This coming.
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