July 30, 2009 RSS feed / Sports

Six students compete in Girls State

Six area students competed in the annual Girls State program at Claremont McKenna College earlier this month. More...

T.O. All-Stars make most of Encino trip

HERE WE GO T.O.—The Thousand Oaks Little League 7-year-old All-Star team won the Encino Little League Tournament. T.O. beat Encino in the championship game, 4-3. More...

Oaks Christian grad makes a remarkable comeback

After fracturing a vertebra in his back, Sean Spear's odds of ever playing baseball again were slim, but he had a different plan in place

Sean Spear dove for a groundball, one of thousands he has scooped up in his life. The shortstop extended his body across the grass infield. Then, he heard a crack in his back. More...

Westlake's Smith wins Simi Valley golf event

Aaron Smith of Westlake won the Simi Valley City Amateur Golf Championship by five strokes Sunday at Simi Hills Golf Course. Smith posted a 12-under-par 130 during the two-day event. More...

Southern man

Hutchins' conditioning is second to none

Christian Hutchins learned all about hard work while growing up in the Tar Heel state. "My whole family was raised in tobacco fields," said the 17yearold Newbury Park High student-athlete who spent nine years living in Wilmington, N.C. More...

Thousand Oaks Big League squad back in World Series

For the fifth time in seven years, the Thousand Oaks Big League AllStar team is competing in the Big League World Series at Easley, S.C. More...

Lightning claim IBL crown

The Los Angeles Lightning jumped out to a 227 lead Tuesday night and never looked back in claiming their first International Basketball League championship at Cal Lutheran. More...