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STRIKE A HEISMAN POSE WITH THE HEISMAN AND WIN AT MOSSY NISSAN | Presented by VNN

Hey Pirates! Want to get up close and personal with the world-famous Heisman Trophy!? Now’s your chance, because the Heisman is in the house! Visit your local Mossy Nissan Oceanside dealership to take pictures with the official Heisman trophy! Plus share you picture on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the #MossyNissanHeismanPose to be entered in

Pirates-Mavericks: Game of the Week

The National Football Foundation (Walter J. Zable) San Diego Chapter has selected Friday’s Avocado League matchup between Oceanside and La Costa Canyon as its Game of the Week. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. inside John Carroll Stadium. The foundation will name most valuable players from each team after the game. Founded in 1947 with

Boys water polo sweeps Knights

Cody Lovegren scored three times and Jack Grodsky and Cole Wagner added two goals apiece as the Oceanside High School varsity water polo team defeated San Marcos. 9-8, Thursday at the Brooks Street Pool. In addition to being the game’s top scorer, Lovgren four steals and drew three ejections for the Pirates. Wagner had five

Rodriguez nominated for Coach of the Week; Voting closes Tuesday

Varsity football coach David Rodriguez has been nominated for the Los Angeles Chargers’  Week 2 San Diego County High School Coach of the Week after leading the Pirates to a 43-35 win over Avocado League foe San Marcos last Friday. The actual winner (who will receive a $1,000 donation to his school’s athletic department) will

Girls volleyball finishes second at Calvin Christian Tourney

The Oceanside High School girls varsity volleyball team headed east and came away with some hardware Saturday at the Calvin Christian Tournament. The Pirates went undefeated through pool play, but couldn’t keep their unbeaten streak in tact, losing in the finals to Tri-City Christian, 25-22, 25-12. Senior outside hitter Nicole Eden was named to the

Pirates punish Knights in 43-35 win

Behind the running of Kavika Tua and a punishing defense, the Oceanside High School football team came away with a convincing 43-35 win over San Marcos in the Avocado League opener for both schools. Tua rushed for 190 yards on 21 carries, scoring on a nifty 80-yard run near the end of the first half