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Two Rancho Santa Fe lacrosse players named to Inside Lacrosse’s top 25 sophomores in the nation

In the recent Inside Lacrosse national rankings of top players in the class of 2016, Rancho Santa Fe residents Christian Ford is rated the 12th best player in the nation, and Beau Botkiss is ranked as the 16th best player in the class.

Rancho Santa Fe resident continues winning style as Torrey Pines tennis team’s freshman leader

Taylor Fritz in action in Ojai. Photo/Grace Bruton

Last summer, Fritz won the U.S.T.A. Boys 14-and-under national championship.

Torrey Pines freshman/Rancho Santa Fe resident Taylor Fritz sweeps against Rancho Bernardo

Previously undefeated Rancho Bernardo High School recently suffered their first loss of the season at home against the 7-0 Torrey Pines High School tennis team. The match score was 12-6.

Rancho Santa Fe Attack Girls celebrate last tournament together with a big win

The Rancho Santa Fe Attack Girls U18 White team captured the First Division trophy at the Las Vegas Premier Invitational soccer tournament held on March 22-24.

The Rancho Santa Fe Attack Girls U18 White team captured the First Division trophy at the Las Vegas Premier Invitational soccer tournament held on March 22-24.

Solana Beach resident and TPHS soccer star ready for Yale

Katie Fletcher Courtesy photo

It might sound like a bit of a stretch, but 17 year-old Katie Fletcher first fell into what would become a lifelong love affair with soccer as a total fluke. “I played intramural soccer with friends at school for fun, but one day a friend of mine went to try out for the Rancho Santa Fe Attack club,” she remembers from her Solana Beach home. “I went with her and tried out on a whim and got placed on the best team; my friend didn’t.”

In-demand Torrey Pines football player working harder than ever to achieve his goals

Hard work in the weight room helped Torrey Pines senior offensive lineman Jacob Alsadek land an offer to play football at the University of Arizona. Photo/Susie Talman

Choices. Torrey Pines High School senior Jacob Alsadek had the luxury of more than a dozen. He visited Cal, Vanderbilt, Boise State, Colorado, Stanford, UCLA and others. He agonized for weeks over which school, coach and football program was the best fit.

Falcon kicker invited to walk-on at Big 10’s Northwestern University

Torrey Pines Senior Kicker Jack Mitchell has been invited to bring his kick-off skills to the Big 10’s Northwestern University, where he will be a “preferred walk-on” in the Fall.  Mitchell (No 2), shown here kicking off September 2, 2011 v. Colton High School, routinely put his kick-offs into the end zone. Photo:  Anna Scipione.

orrey Pines High School Senior Jack Mitchell is a good student, with a 4.0 GPA—high enough to earn San Diego Union-Tribune All Academic Team Honors in football. But, his grades likely weren’t high enough to get him into one of the top academic universities in the nation.

Rancho Santa Fe’s Burgess proving himself on the golf course and off

Ryan Burgess

Like most of his elite golfing peers, Torrey Pines High’s Ryan Burgess hopes to someday play on the PGA.

Week in Sports

Cathedral Catholic took a four-game winning streak into its Easter break, and the Dons showed no signs of rust when they got back.

Flag and tackle football registration now open

Boys and girls between the ages of 5-14 are invited to sign up for the only Division 1 Youth football program in Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe and Solana Beach.


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