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OHS boys hoops busy over holidays

  The Oceanside boys basketball team wasn’t only busy opening Christmas gifts and celebrating the New Year, but they hit the court in a pair of holiday tournaments. The Pirates rang in 2019 going 2-1 in the New Year’s Kickoff Classic at Orange Glen High School. OHS began the tourney with a hard-fought 63-60 victory

Lady Pirates finding new stars

With leading scorer Meeya Beneda nursing a sprained right ankle, the Oceanside High girls basketball has found players to step up in the senior’s absence. Against Ramona, a 60-36 loss, Jayla Simeon had a fine all-around game, scoring 8 points, grabbing 8 rebounds and blocking 8 shots. Transfer Melia Salazar scored a season-high 19 points

Tough loss for OHS boys frosh

The Oceanside High School boys freshmen basketball team struggled in its 69-35 loss to La Costa Canyon. The Pirates battled in the first half, trailing 26-15 at halftime, but couldn’t mount a comeback in the third and fourth quarters. Dimario Marshall was the top scorer with 8 points. Ben Camargo and Bo DuBois combined for

Late goal saves Pirates boys soccer

  Javier Camargo picked a good time to score his first goal of the season. The freshman won the ball at the top of the box and launched a shot that deflected off the keeper into the goal in 75th minute, giving the Oceanside High boys soccer team a 2-1 victory over visiting Mission Vista.

Girls soccer splits first two games

The Oceanside High girls soccer team is trying to find its mark after its first two games of the 2018-2019 season. Stalwart goalkeeper Taesja Paopao kept a clean sheet as the Pirates won their season opener 1-0 against Mission Hills. Cameron Berg, who played well in the midfield, scored the game’s only goal with a

Boys soccer conquers hill and Ramona

  The Oceanside High boys soccer team took the long bus ride to Ramona on Tuesday, and the journey home was a joyous one as the visiting Pirates came away with a 1-0 non-league victory. Chris Torres and Jorge Silva continued to be a winning combination for OHS, which improved its record to 4-1. Torres

Frosh drop close one to Orange Glen

The Oceanside High School freshmen basketball team stepped up last week and played Orange Glen’s junior varsity and competed well before dropping a 45-37 decision to the Patriots. Ben Camargo made three 3-pointers on his way to game-high 14 points. Bo DuBois had nine points, while Dimario Marshall and Jadon Bown combined for 14 points.

Four Pirates help North win Spanos game

Four Oceanside High School football players played key roles in the 29th annual Alex G. Spanos North-South All-Star Game Saturday at Mesa College Quarterback/Receiver Kyrin Beachem, receiver Dylan York, defensive lineman/tight end Keilan Duson and offensive lineman Sala Lologo performed well for the North team, which defeated the South 14-7 in a defensive battle.

Boys Soccer overcomes Yorba Linda 1-0

  Chris Torres scored the game’s lone goal  and goalkeeper Christian Martinez made six saves as the Oceanside High School boys soccer team defeated Yorba Linda 1-0 in a non-league match Friday. Torres took a pass from Jorge Silva and found the back of the net in the 72nd minute for the Pirates, who improved their

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