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Softball drops season opener

The Oceanside High School softball team swung the bats well, but wasn’t able to finish the job, losing to host Point Loma, 8-6, in the season opener for both teams. Jordan Belew had a double and two RBI for the Pirates, who earned a forfeit win on Friday against High Tech High (Chula Vista). Taesja

Bats come alive for Pirates in 6-2 victory

The Oceanside High School baseball team flexed its collective muscles in its 6-2 win over visiting Valley Center in round-robin action in the Pirate Classic. Eddie Gonzalez led the hit parade going 3-for-3 and scoring two runs. Ronnie Harris and Sammy Jimenez each had two hits, scored a run and drove in a run. Vika

OHS baseball downs Mission Vista

The Oceanside High School varsity baseball team got off to a fast start with five runs in the first inning as the Pirates downed Mission Vista 5-1 in round-robin play in the Pirate Baseball Classic. Cannon Belew, Jeremiah Goodwin, Manny Vences, and Nathan Wardinsky all had RBIs in the first. Josh Morales, who gave up

Pirates’ season ends in SoCal quarterfinals

RIVERSIDE _ The Oceanside High boys soccer team went toe-to-toe with top-seeded Riverside Arlington in the Southern California Regional quarterfinals Tuesday night. But after taking its share of body blows for nearly 75 minutes, the Pirates succumbed losing 1-0. “(Arlington) is a good team,” said OHS coach Frank Zimmerman in a post-game interview with the

Pirates face Arlington in SoCal Regionals

The Oceanside High School boys soccer team will travel to face top-seeded Arlington High School at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the CIF Division II Southern Regional quarterfinals. Tickets are $9 for adults and $5 for students with ID. The school is located 2951 Jackson Street, Riverside, 92053

Pirates capture CIF boys soccer title

As he stood drenched in an impromptu Gatorade shower on a chilly Saturday night, coach Frank Zimmerman never thought he’d be standing at Hilltop High School holding the CIF Division II boys soccer championship trophy. Zimmerman has worked the sidelines for nearly a quarter century at Oceanside High, so he knows there is a delicate

Wrestlers, Girls water polo earn first-team accolades

Three Oceanside High wrestlers and two water polo players were All-Avocado League East recipients at the coaches postseason meeting. Junior Shane Hansen, the CIF Division III champion at 195 pounds and Ja’Quez Goodsen (160 pounds) took first team honors. Michael Aguirre was named to the second team at 126 pounds. In girls water polo, Maya

Torres, Paopao earn POY honors

Oceanside High School boys’ and girls’ soccer programs were richly honored at the Avocado League East coaches postseason meeting. Defender Andrew Torres and Goalkeeper Taesja Paopao were both named players of the year, which is a first for the OHS soccer programs. Torres scored five goals for the Pirates, who won the league title, but

Boys hoops, soccer enter Division II playoffs

The Oceanside boys basketball team nabbed a playoff berth based on a strong pre-league season, while the Pirates’ boys soccer team captured a top-4 seed after claiming the Avocado League East championship. For the basketball team, OHS (9-18 overall) travel down Interstate 5 to play No. 3 seed Carlsbad. The Lancers finished with a 23-6

Hanson, Aguirre earn CIF titles

  The Pirates have two CIF champions in wrestling. At Montgomery High School on Saturday, Shane Hansen won the CIF Division III title at 195 pounds, while Michael Aguirre won at 120 pounds. Overall, OHS finished seventh as a team.