June 20, 2019
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Candidates Bill Weber, Bill Strong and Laurel Lemarie were elected to the Rancho Santa Fe Association board as votes were tallied at the board’s June 11 meeting.
Officials told to immediately make dates available to operators of the Crossroads of the West Gun Show while legal challenge works its way through courts
With the spring and onset of summer comes the return of the lerp psyllid insect to Rancho Santa Fe’s trees, an insect that eats up red gum eucalyptus foliage and leaves behind a big mess.
The Rancho Santa Fe Association board approved a new agreement to share the cost of running the restaurant at the Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club.
In an all Torrey Pines final played on May 21 at the Balboa Park Tennis Club, senior Michael Hao beat fellow Torrey Pines senior teammate Eshan Talluri 2-6, 6-3, 6-4 to win the 2019 CIF San Diego Section Boys Tennis Singles Championship and capture Player of the Year honors.
La Costa Canyon standout Kristin Fahy concluded her distinguished prep career in grand fashion, as the Stanford-bound senior won the 3,200-meter race at the state meet in Clovis on May 25.
In Division I, Canyon Crest won its first-ever championship in the sport, scoring 73 points to narrowly top Avocado West League rival La Costa Canyon which was second with 63 points.
The Torrey Pines High School boys tennis team culminated its remarkable 24-1 season by capturing the CIF-USTA Southern California Team Tennis Championship on May 18 at the Claremont Club.
When Torrey Pines and La Costa Canyon, the elite when it comes to San Diego prep boys lacrosse, clashed in their regular season match-up, April 26, the Falcons had to rebound from a four-goal first half deficit to defeat the Mavericks, 14-12, in a contest that was in doubt up until the final seconds.
A Torrey Pines High School grad and Carmel Valley native will bring television audiences into San Diego with his new NBC sitcom, “Abby’s.”
Andrew Sean Greer’s fifth novel, “Less,” marks a departure for the author in a number of ways - he used more autobiographical detail than in his other books, he infused the story with humor in a way he hadn’t done before, and the book’s main character is gay, another first for his novels.