March 28, 2001 |
Now that pitching no longer reigns supreme in the Marmonte League, this season is shaping up to be quite a doozy. In a nutshell, there's Thousand Oaks and ace Nicole Angelo. And then there's everybody else . . . with average pitchers. League parity hasn't been this prevalent in years, if ever. There are no more sure victories. Consider, when undefeated Moorpark faced winless Newbury Park on Tuesday, one might guess the outcome a slam dunk. Nope.
February 11, 1998 |
Mission League titles are nothing new to the Chaminade High girls' soccer team. But a victory over Harvard-Westlake? Until Tuesday night, the Eagles hadn't defeated their arch-rival in the past four years. First-half goals by Mindy Wyatt and Michelle French were enough to give Chaminade a 2-1 victory over the visiting Wolverines and their third league championship in the past four seasons. Chaminade is 1-7-1 against the Wolverines and 30-0 against other league opponents in the past four seasons.
August 24, 2013 |
INTERSECTIONAL Juneau (Alaska) Juneau-Douglas 26, Viewpoint 20 Westlake 59, Waipahu (Hawaii) 8
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April 26, 2011
In the lawsuit, the city says it has been defrauded by developer Advanced Development and Investment on 15 apartment buildings constructed around L.A. using city funds: • Menlo Park , 831 W. 70th St., LA 90044 (South Los Angeles) • Harvard Circle , 952 N. Harvard, LA 90029 (Hollywood) • The Mediterranean , 1800 W. Temple St., LA 90026 (Historic Filipinotown) • Manitou Vistas I , 3420 Manitou Avenue, LA 90031 (Lincoln Heights) • Manitou Vistas II , 3414 Manitou Avenue, LA 90031 (Lincoln Heights)
February 21, 1987 |
Westlake 65, Hawthorne 54--Westlake center Dave Heckmann set the tone of the game early when he blocked the opening shot of Hawthorne's 6-7 center Willie Jordan, and Westlake rode that emphatic start to victory. The Warriors, who never trailed in the game, used a ball-control offense to penetrate the Hawthorne defense for high-percentage shots near the basket and took a 33-24 halftime lead.
February 8, 1996
Listed are area high school players who have committed to NCAA Division I universities. Wednesday was the first day of the winter signing period. Football *--* PLAYER, SCHOOL POSITION COLLEGE Abed Abusaleh, Harvard-Westlake RB Columbia Aaron Arnold, Monroe QB CS Northridge Alvan Arzu, Notre Dame RB Washington State Steve Aylsworth, Westlake WR Lehigh Sam Benner, St.
October 18, 1985
The two privately held water-heater companies reached a final agreement for Rheem to buy Westlake Village-based Raypak for an undisclosed sum pending approval from federal antitrust regulators. Raypak, with 300 employees, has annual revenue of $24.6 million, according to Standard & Poor's. It put New York-based Rheem's revenue at $800 million to $900 million.
April 12, 2001
PLAYER OF THE YEAR: DeDe Perram, Agoura FIRST TEAM *--* Joanna Antonsen Agoura Senior *--* The Chargers' most valuable player had 68 goals, 43 assists and 40 steals. *--* Amy Brunton Crescenta Valley Junior *--* Falcons reached Division III semifinals because of her 247 saves and 110 steals. *--* Graziella Caredda Agoura Junior *--* Missed All-Division II first team despite 226 saves, 29 steals and 15 assists.