Yearly Archives: 2011

Bishop Diego Mathletes Win Westmont Competition for Second Time

The Bishop Garcia Diego High School Math Team participated Saturday in the 24th annual Westmont Competition, and for the second year in a row, Bishop’s 9-10 team won the written competition. more

Cougars catch Warriors in second half

No. 4 Azusa Pacific made a second-half push to defeat No. 24 Westmont 68-62 on Saturday, taking the Golden State Athletic Conference decision at Murchison Gym. more

Gauchos sweep past Cowgirls in shutout

UCSB swept aside visiting Wyoming 7-0 in a non-conference women’s tennis match at the Rob Gym courts. more

LOCAL ROUNDUP: Westmont women fall to Azusa Pacific at home

One good run — that was the only thing separating the No. more

Westmont panics in blow-out to APU

The 23 points Westmont had in the first half was good enough for a one-point lead at halftime. more

Cate and Thacher take honors in math contest

Ten schools competed in the 24th annual High School Mathematics Contest at Westmont College Saturday afternoon. more

Azusa’s second half smothers Warriors

Westmont had a rough go of it on Saturday night hosting No. 5 Azusa Pacific, as the Cougars limited the Warriors to 26-percent shooting in a 75-46 GSAC decision. more

Leary helps Warriors put down Hustlin Owls

Timothy Leary brought Westmont back from a loss in the first game of a double-header on Saturday, hurling a seven-inning complete-game for the Warriors in a 5-1 defeat of visiting Oregon Tech. more

Cress’ homer is enough for Westmont

Dan Cabuling pitched seven scoreless innings and Coby Cress punched a home run to right center field as Westmont defeated the Hustlin’ Owls of Oregon Tech 1-0 on Friday afternoon at Russ Carr Field. more

Santa Barbara Reads 2011 – Public Library System Community Reading Program

The Santa Barbara Public Library System has chosen The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, by Rebecca Skloot, for the Santa Barbara Reads community reading program, which runs now through April 11. This is the fifth year that the public library system and the UCSB campus are collaborating in a program aimed at getting as many people as possible to read and talk about a common book. more