Monthly Archives: December 2010

SBCARTL: Area gears up for influx of soccer

The College Cup will runneth over this week with San Marcos High School’s Showcase Tournament joining NCAA Soccer’s Final Four on the local docket. more

COLLEGE CUP NOTES: ACC has lived up to its billing

Will the ACC continue its grip on the NCAA Men’s Soccer College Cup? more

Big West bumps Nunnally for big week

UCSB’s James Nunnally was named Big West Player of the Week after topping his career-high in scoring twice and leading the Gauchos to wins over Loyola Marymount and Santa Clara. more

Warriors ranked No. 22 in latest NAIA poll

Westmont’s women’s basketball team is off to a 7-1 start this season, a start that includes wins over two ranked teams. The Warriors received their own NAIA ranking for the first time this season on Monday, entering the coaches top-25 poll at No. 22. more

Royston carries Lions to third victory

J.T. Royston bruised Orcutt Academy on Monday, scoring 26 points while pulling down 17 rebounds in a 54-45 victory for Providence Hall. more

Lions topple Orcutt for first win

Faith Emerson scored 16 points and Lacey Gonzalez added 11 to lead Providence Hall’s girls basketball team to a 44-17 victory at Orcutt Academy on Monday. more

Rasp hurts ankle in loss to Sea Lions

With senior forward Dan Rasp playing just six minutes in Saturday’s game, Westmont Men’s Basketball suffered a 71-60 loss to the Sea Lions on Point Loma Nazarene at Murchison Gymnasium. more

Joyful and serious noises, in time for the season : Now up to its sixth annual event, the Westmont Christmas Festival is an ongoing, growing tapestry of vocal and orchestral music and dance

In what could be considered a harbinger of the Christmas season and a local institution in the making, more

LOCAL COLLEGE ROUNDUP : Warrior men can’t hang on against Point Loma – Westmont women upset Sea Lions in first game

Despite a spirited rally down the stretch, more

Royston’s 26 lifts Lions to victory

Providence Hall’s boys basketball team improved to 2-1 on the season Saturday, bringing down Coastal Christian 69-31 in the Lions’ home opener. more