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Great News: Sports to return in December, January

High school sports are coming back to Oceanside High School. In a highly anticipated announcement, the CIF State office announced its plan for return for all sports beginning in December and January. All sports will be played in two seasons, fall and spring, with winter sports absorbed into the spring season. Each sport will play

OHS COVID 19 Exposure Guidelines

OUSD COVID-19 Exposure Guidelines If an athlete/coach comes into direct contact with someone with COVID, then they must be tested. If positive, they must be quarantined for 14 days and need to notify the people they have been around, so they can be tested as well. Direct contact means exposure at a gathering for more

OHS starts “Return to Play ” program

After more than 100 days away from the fields and courts, Oceanside High School will begin its summer sports programs, following the guidelines set by various government agencies. Beginning on Monday, June 22, the Pirates will have workouts in the following sports: football, baseball, girls volleyball, and cheer leading. The players and coaches are following

Spring sports cancelled; CIF Commissioner makes statement about future of athletics

On Friday, the state CIF met with its 10 section commissioners to decide if spring sports would resume. However, with Gov. Gavin Newsom mandating online learning for the remainder of the 2019-2020 school year, the commissioners had little choice but to cancel the spring sports season. On Monday, CIF Commission Jerry Schniepp sent out this letter detailing the decision-making

SABER Awards Finalists announced

The finalists for the third annual SABER Awards were announced Monday to the Oceanside High School staff and students. The awards will take place on Sunday, May 14 at 4 p.m. in the school’s performing arts center. The event is free to the public and it is a semi-formal event, which honors senior male and female

Campbell, Hernandez earn Knockout Pizza Athletes of the Week

Two Oceanside High School athletes scored personal bests in their respective sports to earn the Knockout Pizza Athletes of the Week. Vivienne Campbell, a junior, had a career-best in the high jump with a leap of 4-10 in a non-league meet against Mission Hills last week. Meanwhile, Kaleo Hernandez won the 500 free against Escondido

Hansen, Silva earn CIF honors

Oceanside High School’s Shane Hansen and George Silva both earned All-CIF honors in their respective winter sports in announcement made by the local media last Saturday. Hansen earned first-team All-CIF honors and concluded his prestigious wrestling career with a 12th place finish at the CIF State Tournament. The 195-pound senior was a two-time CIF Masters

Boys track opens with victory; Campbell, Alamillo lead girls

The Oceanside High boys track team walked down Mission Hills in two relays to defeat the host Grizzlies 69-66 in the season-opener for both teams. The Pirates had an early-season best of 44.30 in the 4X100 relay and 3:33.45 in the 4X400 relay to earn the victory in which OHS came from behind in both