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Football, Girls Volleyball and Soccer all starting seasons

Here is a list of sports starting at Oceanside High School: (Please note: All athletes must have a completed athletic packet to try out.  They are located under the “More” tab. If there is an issue, please contact Football: February 26 (5:30-7:30 p.m.), February 27 (9-11 a.m.) Monday thru Fridays 2-4:30 p.m. For more info,

Swimmers sweep Jaguars

The Oceanside High School boys swim team used its strength in the individual events, while the girls team used its relay dominance to both defeat Valley Center Thursday at the Adams Community Pool. The Pirates’ boys won 95-51, while the girls closed late to earn a 81-77 victory. In the boys meet, Cody Lovgren (50

Track and Field starts workouts on Feb. 16

any boy or girl interested in being part of the Oceanside High School track and field teams should be report to the stadium at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 16. All athletes must have an athletic packet on file or bring the completed paperwork to the first practice. Each athlete must have a current physical and

Start dates for Pirates Athletics

Based on the state guidelines and the health department, the  CIF-San Diego Section has come up with the following start dates for athletics. Currently, all Oceanside High School sports teams may hold conditioning and skill development. However, traditional practices and games cannot occur until the county reaches its specific tier. For example, if we are

Swim and Cross Country ready to go

The Oceanside High School swim and cross country teams will be the first to test the proverbial athletic waters when they begin workouts on Monday, Feb. 1. Under CIF and state guidelines, these sports are allowed to start in the purple tier. All eligible athletes must have a completed sports physical packet, which includes health

CIF sets plans for Season 1 & 2; Swim and Cross Country start Feb. 1

The CIF-San Diego Section office has been busy trying to accommodate local athletes , while dealing with state government restrictions and its tier system. After a series of meetings, here is what the CIF has come up with to get athletes back on track. Here are some of the highlights of the meetings. Currently, all

Smith to hold first parent meeting at 6 p.m. tonight

Ryan Smith, who spent the last three years rebuilding the program at Fallbrook High School, has accepted the boys basketball position at Oceanside High School. Smith, who graduated from UCSD and is working on his teaching credential in science, has spent the last eight years at a youth coach with Gamepoint Basketball, which is based

Mr. Smith comes to O’side as new boys basketball coach

Ryan Smith, who spent the last three years rebuilding the program at Fallbrook High School, has accepted the boys basketball position at Oceanside High School. Smith, who graduated from UCSD and is working on his teaching credential in science, has spent the last eight years at a youth coach with Gamepoint Basketball, which is based

OHS to host Sports Physicals on Nov. 7

The Oceanside High School athletic department will be hosting it second sports physicals day for any student who plans on participating in a sport during the 2020-2021 school year. The physicals will take place on Saturday, Nov. 7 from 8 a.m. to 12 Noon n the Wally Molifua Gymnasium. The cost of the physical is

Clark steps down as boys basketball coach

Cameron Clark has resigned as Oceanside High School’s boys basketball coach, effective immediately, citing a need to spend more time with his family. Clark, who is a math teacher at OHS, spent nine years as head coach and 19 years in the program and believes the commitment to teaching and coaching ended up being the