Monthly Archives: November 2010

Warriors take 65-46 lesson from Biola

The opening of Golden State Athletic Conference play against the rival Eagles of sixteenth ranked Biola (6-0, 1-0 GSAC) is probably not the way that Westmont head coach John Moore would have scheduled for his team if he had been given the option – especially since the game was played on the final day of November. Tonight’s 65-46 loss in La Mirada is exactly what the veteran coach would have liked to avoided for the Warriors (5-2, 0-1). more

No. 13 Biola has too much firepower for Westmont

Westmont women’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season on Tuesday night, falling to an experienced Biola 78-55 in the Golden State Athletic Conference opener. more

Week in Sports

A wintery chill is in the air, and that signals the start of a new season in high school sports. It’s time for basketball, soccer, girls water polo and wrestling. more

SBARTL : A repeat for Valentine, Gauchos might be tough task

A double play helped Mekia Valentine record the first triple-double in UCSB women’s basketball history during Sunday’s victory over Northern Colorado. more

Our Town: Tree lighting at Westmont – Winery celebrates anniversary

Tree lighting at Westmont

Warm cider, more

Basketballs and principals invade Harry’s

There were two firsts on Sunday for the UCSB women’s basketball team. One is more important, and the other is more impressive. more

HOLIDAY HAPPENINGS

TODAY

Candy Cane Train: 1-4 p.m. today through Dec. 26; closed this Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 6-7, 13-14 and 25. more

Book by CLU teacher a finalist for literary award

Gregory Orfalea believes if Americans understood more about Arab history and culture, the United States might not be in the political situation it is internationally. more



Warriors keep in front of Idaho

A stifling second-half defense gave Westmont (4-1) a 69-54 win over the Coyotes of the College of Idaho (2-7) on Saturday in the Lamont Ramsey Classic held at Menlo College in Atherton. The Warriors, down 36-34 at halftime, allowed just 18 points by the Coyotes in the second half while putting up 35 of their own. more

Hornbuckle, Rasp carry Warriors

Westmont  used a balanced attack with five players scoring in double figures to defeat Cal State Stanislaus 68-57 on Friday at the Lamont Ramsey Classic held at Menlo College in Atherton. more