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Cross Country wraps up successful season

The Oceanside High school boys and girls both recently completed successful seasons with three runners earning bids to the state championships in Fresno. Anabel Ojeda,  Kimberly Barreuta, and Blake Robinson all earned berths at the state level with solid individual seasons. Ojeda earned first-team All-CIF and Avocado League East honors, while Barreuta was named to

Football announces award winners

The Oceanside football program announced its award winners at its annual banquet in early December. The JV and Varsity winners are as follows:   Varsity Award Winners: MOST VALUABLE PLAYER:  KYRIN BEACHEM MOST INSPIRATIONAL PLAYER:  SALA LOLOGO MOST VALUABLE DEFENSE:  KEILAN DUSON MOST VALUABLE OFFENSE:  KAVIKA TUA, DYLAN YORK MOST VALUABLE LINEMAN:  JACK BERRY ACADEMIC

OHS frosh defeated Escondido Charter

Ben Camargo had 14 points and Bo DuBois scored nine points as the OHS boys freshmen basketball team cruised to a 56-40 win over visiting Escondido Charter. The Pirates took command in the first half, racing out to a 31-16 halftime lead.

Pirates basketball wins third straight

  The Oceanside High School boys basketball team won its third consecutive game with a 56-49 victory over Eastlake in the opening round of Grossmont Winter Tournament Wednesday at La Jolla High School. Clyde Harris led the Pirates with 21 points and Kamron Beachem scored 19 points.

Boys Varsity Hoops wins a tight one

  Oceanside’s Kyrin Beachem saved his best for last against Mission Vista Tuesday night The 6-foot senior hit a contested 3-pointer with 1:13 left in the fourth quarter to give the Pirates a three-point leade as OHS overcame a 12-point first quarter defect to earn a hard-fought 56-50 win over the visiting Timberwolves. Kyrin Beachem

Lady Pirates overcome early season struggles

The Oceanside High School girls varsity basketball team is beginning to find its way during non-league action. Meeya Beneda led the Pirates with 15 points and Jayla Simeon had 7 points in the season-opening 40-32 win against Vallhalla, OHS made it two consecutive victories with a 33-32 squeaker over Orange Glen Tailia Thompson (13 points) and

Girls Varsity Basketball back on winning track

Meeya Beneda scored a game-high 17 points and Jayla Simeon added 10 points as the Oceanside High School varsity girls basketball team defeated San Ysidro, 53-24, in non-league action Saturday night. The win snapped a four-game losing streak for the Pirates, who improved their record to 3-4. OHS was in control from the opening tip

Beachum earns PPR’s top offensive player

Dual-threat quarterback Kyrin Beachum won KUSI’s Prep Pigskin Reports’ offensive player of the year at the Silver Pigskin Gala aboard the USS Midway Tuesday night. Beachum,was a first-team All-CIF selection on offense, as well as a first-team All-Avocado League. The senior, who is undecided on a college, compiled 3,169 yards in total offense for the