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Revised Guidelines for COVID 19 and Athletics

General Requirements for All Sports: Irrespective of setting (outdoor or indoor) case rate or sport played, the following general guidance requirements must be adhered to at all times: Face coverings to be worn when not participating in the activity (e.g., on the sidelines). Face coverings to be worn by coaches, support staff and observers at all times,

Bowman takes 2nd, 5th in CIF Finals

Charlie Bowman finished second in 200 IM and 5th in the 100 breaststroke in the CIF Division 2 Swim Finals Friday night at Granite Hills High School. Bowman, a junior,  was one of 11 Pirates, who qualified for the CIF. The other qualifiers were Aka Fuimaono, Antonio Day, Blake Munoz, Cody Lovgren, Dylan Crookes, Kaleo Hernandez,

Pirates football season ended; baseball on 10-day quarantine

The Oceanside High School football season has ended because of a positive COVID-19 test and ensuing contact tracing. The Pirates were scheduled to host St. Augustine on Friday, and with the mandatory 10-day quarantine, the crosstown rivalry with El Camino has also been determined a no contest. In addition, the Pirates’ baseball team is also

Girls Tennis earns second consecutive victory

For the first time in decades, the Oceanside High School girls tennis has a winning streak. The Pirates made it two-in-a-row with a win over visiting Escondido (9-9, 68-58 in games) in non-league action Tuesday. Peyton Phillips, Mia Ramirez, and Laura Ramirez won all their sets in the singles, losing just four games in the

Kealaiki’s big hit, Garcia’s pitching lead Pirates

the Oceanside High School varsity baseball team started off the 40th Pirates Baseball Classic with a 5-2 win over La Jolla at Joe Geary Field Tuesday afternoon. Jaden Kealaiki’s two-out bases-loaded double broke open a 1-1 tie in the fourth inning to give OHS a lead for the first time and never give back. Three

Swim teams nearly drown Eagles

The Oceanside High School boys and girls swim team both swept Santa Fe Christian in a non-league meet Thursday at the Marshall Swim Complex. In the boys meet, the Pirates defeated the Eagles, 98-64, behind two individual wins by Charles Bowman in the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke. Other individual winners included Aka

Pirates earn first win in girls tennis in years

The Oceanside High School girls tennis team earned its first victory in recent memory with a 4-1 win over Vista Thursday afternoon. Laura Ramirez, Peyton Phillips and Mia Ramirez won all the singles matches and Jasmin Ryan and Jordan Ramirez earned a victory in doubles.