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  • ‘All Fore the Community’ Golf Classic is Oct. 24 at RSF Golf Club

    ‘All Fore the Community’ Golf Classic is Oct. 24 at RSF Golf Club

    The Rancho Santa Fe Community Center will hold its 23rd Annual “All Fore the Community” Golf Classic on Monday, Oct. 24, at the exclusive Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club. The 18-hole scramble format tournament is open to the public. Don’t miss this opportunity to enjoy a fantastic day of golf on this...

  • Week in sports for Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Encinitas

    Week in sports for Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Solana Beach and Encinitas

    Football: Cathedral Catholic rallied from a 21-point deficit to defeat Helix 35-28 in a nonleague game on Sept. 16.Dons quarterback Tate Haynes completed 11 of 14 passes for 193 yards with three touchdowns to lead the comeback.The Dons trailed 28-7 early in the third quarter before closing out...

  • Week in sports for Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Carmel Valley and Encinitas

    Week in sports for Rancho Santa Fe, Del Mar, Solana Beach, Carmel Valley and Encinitas

    Football: Cathedral Catholic is off to a 3-0 start after a resounding 34-0 victory over Westview in a nonleague game on Sept. 9. Adam Eastwood rushed for 100 yards and three touchdowns on 15 carries to lead the Dons. Dons quarterback Tate Haynes rushed for 80 yards and one score on 11 carries....

  • Week in sports for Carmel Valley, Del Mar, Rancho Santa Fe, Solana Beach and Encinitas

    Football: Santa Fe Christian pulled off one of the biggest upsets in recent memory, defeating Torrey Pines 31-0 in a nonleague game Dec. 2. The Eagles were up against a school whose enrollment dwarfs that of the small private school. As is common for the program with limited depth, the Eagles had...

  • Falcons fall to Santa Fe Christian

    Falcons fall to Santa Fe Christian

    Torrey Pines lost at home 31-0 to Santa Fe Christian, picked by The San Diego Union- Tribune to win the Coastal League. The SFC pass rush put tremendous pressure on sophomore quarterback Miles Hastings all night and he was intercepted five times, including the Falcons’ first three possessions....

  • Falcons tame Cougars

    Falcons tame Cougars

    Torrey Pines Falcons won 23-10 over the Steele Canyon Cougars, a Division 1 semi-finalist last season. Torrey Pines opened the game looking like the young team they are, clearly struggling against the talent-packed Cougars, rushing 6 times for net 1 yard and attempting one pass which fell incomplete....

  • CCA volleyball team gets ‘comfortable being uncomfortable’ on Europe trip

    CCA volleyball team gets ‘comfortable being uncomfortable’ on Europe trip

    They played elite high school volleyball teams half a world away, toured historic Vienna and navigated the canals of Venice. But what Canyon Crest Academy volleyball standout Hannah Martin remembers most about her team’s trip to Europe last month were the dinners. It was during those moments in...

  • Ready for some football

    Ready for some football

    Football was back under the Friday night lights on Aug. 26 at Torrey Pines High’s Ed Burke Field. The Falcons faced off against Steele Canyon in their season opener and won 23-10. Sophomore quarterback Miles Hastings connected with Scotty Gange and Micheal Gadinis for two touchdowns and Luke Duerr...

  • Former CCA track and cross country standout Bernd overcomes iron deficiency

    Kelly Bernd knew something wasn’t right. One runner after the next was passing her by on the same 3.1-mile course at Guajome Park where a year earlier she won the Avocado League finals. “I just kept dropping back, “ Bernd said. “I was like jogging.” The Canyon Crest Academy standout could hear...

  • Accomplished RSF volleyball player headed to USC

    Rancho Santa Fe resident and volleyball player Brennan Wilhite has verbally accepted a scholarship offer to play women’s volleyball at USC beginning in the fall of 2017. Brennan is a Class of 2017 student-athlete at Cathedral Catholic High School. Brennan’s accomplishments include: USA Volleyball...

  • For Torrey Pines softball standouts

    For Torrey Pines softball standouts

    It’s not every day that a freshman makes an impact on a high school softball team in one of the nation’s most competitive regions. When a team has two, it attracts some curiosity. When a team has three, people take notice. Such was the case for Torrey Pines High School, which won the Palomar League...

  • Rancho Santa Fe's MJ Sweeney to play in 2016 Ripken Futures Game Powered By Under Armour Roster

    Rancho Santa Fe's MJ Sweeney to play in 2016 Ripken Futures Game Powered By Under Armour Roster

    Ripken Baseball recently announced the selection of MJ Sweeney, son of five-time MLB All Star Mike Sweeney, to its roster for the 2016 Ripken Futures Game Powered By Under Armour. The game will be hosted at The Ripken Experience Aberdeen Powered By Under Armour on Saturday, Aug. 6 at 3 p.m. EST....

  • RSF Attack B99 Academy wins Seattle Cup U19 Division

    RSF Attack B99 Academy wins Seattle Cup U19 Division

    The RSF Attack B99 Academy boys team visited Seattle last weekend to test themselves against select teams in the Seattle Cup hosted by Seattle United. Despite being moved up a Division “because they are from Southern California,” the team went undefeated through the weekend and went on to win the...

  • Longtime Torrey Pines cross country coach Brent Thorne to step down after this season

    Longtime Torrey Pines cross country coach Brent Thorne to step down after this season

    The routine goes back to the late 1980s. The five-hour bus ride through the Central Valley leaves Torrey Pines High at the crack of dawn. The frantic two-day state championship meet, held annually at Woodward Park in Fresno on Thanksgiving weekend, would sometimes end with exhilarating victories...

  • North County paralympian Perkins headed to Rio

    North County paralympian Perkins headed to Rio

    One of North County’s very own is headed down to Rio de Janeiro. Twenty-six-year-old swimmer Roy Perkins is gearing up for his third trip to the Paralympics after making the cut after early June trials in Charlotte, North Carolina. For Perkins, a graduate of La Jolla’s The Bishop’s School, it’s...

  • TPHS grad makes first women’s Olympic rugby team

    TPHS grad makes first women’s Olympic rugby team

    Rancho Santa Fe native Jessica “JJ” Javelet has earned a spot on the USA Olympic Women’s Rugby team for the Rio 2016 Olympic Summer Games. This will mark the first women’s rugby sevens competition in the Olympics and games will be played at Deodoro Stadium Aug. 6-8. The Games will be the Torrey...

  • Rival CCA, TPHS wrestling coaches team up to build Carmel Valley club

    Rival CCA, TPHS wrestling coaches team up to build Carmel Valley club

    Early next year, they’ll engage in a fierce rivalry. But these days, Torrey Pines and Canyon Crest Academy’s wrestling teams are pals. Over the summer, the two teams have combined to form the Carmel Valley Rebels Wrestling Club (CVRWC), a startup that just launched in June. The club is the brainchild...

  • Torrey Pines Freddie Awards Night celebrates athletic achievements

    Torrey Pines Freddie Awards Night celebrates athletic achievements

    Torrey Pines High School hosted its 2nd annual Freddie Awards show in June to celebrate another great year of athletic achievement. The Falcons won a national, state, and a record 11 San Diego CIF and 15 League championship titles in the 2015-16 academic year. Highlights included the boys tennis...

  • Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club driving effort for more junior players

    Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club driving effort for more junior players

    Seeing new young golfers picking up the game is truly a great sight to see for Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club members. Through the growing junior golf program, camps, clinics and individual and group lessons are available year round, teaching kids fundamentals and respect for the game that hopefully...

  • Rancho Santa Fe resident leads American tennis team to win Alice Marble Cup

    Rancho Santa Fe resident Carolyn Nichols led her tennis team to win the Alice Marble Cup at the ITF Seniors World Team Championships. The ITF Seniors World Team Championships is the highest-ranked event on the ITF Seniors Circuit for male and female players in the age categories 50-60 and was held...

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