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Twenty-four teams of five students each competed Saturday in the 22nd annual JPL Regional Science Bowl, a "Jeopardy"-style competition. Jet Propulsion Laboratory so even volunteers keeping score and reading questions had PhDs.
University High's boys basketball team isn't heading into the start of Pacific Coast League play quite the way it wants. The Trojans dropped their ninth-straight game, falling to Newport Harbor, 88-65, in the Sunset League-Pacific Coast League
University's girls basketball team opened the South Coast Holiday Classic on Monday with a 44-21 victory over Laguna Hills at University. It was the second win out of the gate for the Trojans, who started the season with a 57-55 victory over Trabuco
After having scored in every game this season, the Wildcats were shut out by the Red Devils, who claimed their first section title since 2005 with a 2-0 win in the North Coast Section Division II championship game at Terra Linda High on Saturday. "I
Text Size: tool goes here The parents of Richard Martinez III wanted their son to grow up well-rounded and disciplined in academics and athletics to ensure he would have options when he finished high school.
Paul Bergstrom ~ For Sun-Times Media Back-to-back overtime games Thursday night at the Romeoville Christmas Classic pushed the schedule back, but it was worth the wait for the host Spartans. Romeoville survived some shaky free-throw shooting in
When John Pehrson arrived six years ago as principal at University High, one of the first things he noticed was there wasn't a stadium on campus. "I was told it wouldn't happen in my lifetime, so I'm really excited to see it is happening, and we're
The "ah hah moment" came as a sixth grader when, competing for Mount Tamalpais School, he set school and CYO records while winning a 1,600-meter race. "That was basically my first taste of victory, and ever since then I've loved it," Clark said. "I
That's what the second-seeded Hornets did, defeating the seventh-seeded Red Devils 14-10. "The biggest difference is that we controlled the draw," Novato coach Rory Daly said. "Caroline Gamble won most of the draws for us and got us moving forward
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