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Pirates “steal” win from RBV

The Oceanside High boys water polo played stellar defense with 16 steals that provided the foundation for the Pirates 15-7 win over Rancho Buena Vista in Avocado League East action Tuesday at Brooks Street Pool. Cole Wagner led the offense with 5 goals and Jack Grodsky added four goals for OHS. Dylan Crookes scored twice,

Maher, Ojeda run well at Dana Hills

Victor Maher and Anabel Ojeda both performed well at the Dana Hills Cross Country Invitational Saturday. Maher, a senior, earned medalist honors with a lifetime best of 17:07 over the 3-mile course. Ojeda ran a season-best 3-mile with a time of 20:23. Overall, the girls team placed third and the top six Pirates earned medalist

O’side convincing in 33-3 “business trip” victory

They didn’t receive coupons for a free drink or per diem for a meal, but the Oceanside High School varsity football team made its 90-minute trip to Olympian worthwhile with the sweet taste of victory, downing the Eagles 33-3 in non-league action Friday night. The Pirates improve to 4-1 overall and are headed on the road again

Sponsorship Spotlight: Farmers Insurance – Laurie Sloan Kotecki | Presented by VNN

We’re excited to welcome Farmers Insurance – Laurie Sloan Kotecki as a continued, official partner of the Pirates athletic website!   The support of local businesses not only contributes to the Oceanside athletic department, but ensures Pirates Nation has the most up-to-date news, scores and photos online. Show your support of Farmers Insurance – Laurie Sloan Kotecki by visiting them

Pirates outlast Mavericks in longest game in school history

Oceanside High football coach Dave Rodriguez called it an “instant classic,” and it certainly stands among the most compelling games in the illustrious history of John Simcox Field inside John Carroll Stadium. The Pirates followed a script that seemed improbable, heartbreaking, gut-wrenching, and exhilarating to defeat La Costa Canyon, 19-13, in four overtimes Friday night

Girls cross country earns third place at Mt. Carmel Invitational

Led by Felice Moran’s personal course best, the Oceanside High School girls cross country team finished third out of 41 teams Saturday at the Asics Mt Carmel Invitational. In all 11 girls brought home individual medals. No one was more impressive than Moran, a senior who improved her time (18:44) over the Morley Field course at