June 9, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

Lions leave no doubt who’s No. 1

Softball squad caps 30-win season with section banner

The entire evening was more of a coronation than a championship contest.  Donning their patented postseason sparkly eye-black and packing enough punch at the plate to power the Griswold family Christmas tree, Oaks Christian’s softball team More...

Conejo Oaks get crackin’ at the plate

Wood-bat ballclub calls Cal Lutheran home

With the Dodgers mired in mediocrity and shackled to an ignoramus for an owner, local baseball fans have a right to hang their heads in disappointment.  Not for long.  The Conejo Oaks, a highquality wood-bat baseball team of college players More...

TOHS hires baseball coach

Thousand Oaks High has hired Ryan Geisler as its new head varsity baseball coach.  Geisler, who replaces Jimmy Stueve on the Lancer bench, was a three-sport athlete at Camarillo before graduating in 1997.  More...

MLB teams load up on local ballplayers

There’s a feeling of euphoria and relief when athletes get selected in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.  Multiple local stars are smiling after the three-day draft wrapped up Wednesday.  Sean Gilmartin of Moorpark le More...

Soccer stars have Olympic dreams

Soccer is the world’s biggest sport.  In Southern California, it’s kind of a big deal, too.  Seven local girls’ soccer players were named to Cal South’s U.S. More...

Lacrosse team prevails at Peppertree Park

PERFECT ENDING—The Thousand Oaks seventh- and eighth-grade boys’ lacrosse team won the Southern California Lacrosse Association Gold Division Championship with a 6-2 victory over Oak Park More...

Lion boys’ relay team snags state title

The Oaks Christian boys’ 4x100 relay team blazed a trail to first place during last weekend’s CIF State Track & Field Championships at Buchanan High’s Veterans Memorial Stadium in Clovis.  Ronny Camacho, Terry Lee Johnson, More...