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Track & Field Chargers advance in CIF

Track & Field Chargers advance in CIF

By Lennie Nelson
May 19, 2014
Filed under Sports, Track and Field

15 members of the Dos Pueblos track team competed at the CIF Southern Section D2 Prelims on Saturday in Moorpark. Around half of them will be moving on to Southern Section Finals next weekend. Senior Addi Zerrenner finished 2nd overall in the girls 3200m run in a season best of 10:36. This is her...

Track & Field Sets Records at Arcadia Invitational

Track & Field Sets Records at Arcadia Invitational

By Lennie Nelson
April 17, 2014
Filed under News, Sports, Track and Field

Lennie Nelson | Staff Writer April 17, 2014 Dos Pueblos athletes had stand-out performances at the largest and most prestigious high school track meet in the country this weekend. The Arcadia Invitational only allows entry based upon Elite National and State marks or time, so the number of at...

Photo Gallery: Lacrosse

Photo Gallery: Lacrosse

By Justin Casper
April 11, 2014
Filed under Media Gallery, Non-traditional Sports, Sports

[slideshow_deploy id='25298'] Photos by Nathan Garcia | Staff Photographer April 11th, 2014 On Wednesday April 9th Dos Pueblos hosted its first ever lacrosse match against San Marcos.

Girls Water Polo Seniors Take Talents to the Next Level

Girls Water Polo Seniors Take Talents to the Next Level

By Britni Tisdale
March 18, 2014
Filed under Features, Sports, Water Polo

Britni Tisdale | Staff Writer March 18, 2014 "Shannon [Cleary], Ari [St. Oegger] and Britten [Vilander] represent the best in student athletes. They are great competitors and always take pride in academics. They are great role models for the next generation of water polo players at DP," said Girl...

Why the Olympics are so Captivating

Why the Olympics are so Captivating

By Holly Bailey
February 20, 2014
Filed under A&E, Sports

By Holly Bailey | Staff Writer February 20, 2014 Once every two years, the world turns its wholehearted attention to the Olympic games, and few things can compare to the level of patriotism, unity, and attention the event brings. If you haven't tuned in yet, here are a few reasons why y...

Charger Spotlight: Niko Pleasons

Charger Spotlight: Niko Pleasons

By Alec Klein
February 5, 2014
Filed under Charger Spotlight, Features, Sports, Volleyball

By Alec Klein | Staff Writer February 5 2013 At the age of seven, Niko Pleasons' father took him to the beach, introducing him to the game that would change his life. Ever since that day, Pleasons has played beach volleyball with older and more experienced athletes. Although he got picked on ...

Rivalry Weakens the Nerves

Rivalry Weakens the Nerves

By Dustin Yoo
January 14, 2014
Filed under Basketball, News, Sports

By Dustin Yoo | Staff Writer January 14th 2014 I'm exhausted.  Cross-town rivalry games will do that to a person. As a first year Charger, I didn't understand the true hatred/rivalry between San Marcos and Dos Pueblos until Wednesday night when DP hosted SM for three fierce rivalry games. I ...

Chargers Face Off Against Crosstown Rivals

Chargers Face Off Against Crosstown Rivals

By Dustin Yoo
January 8, 2014
Filed under Basketball, News, Sports

Dustin Yoo | Staff Writer January 8th 2014 Crosstown rivalries in high school sports is what it's all about. The atmosphere in the gym. The relentless screams and boos from the opposing schools is what high school athletes and fans live for. Dos Pueblos Boy's Basketball (4-9 on the season) is ...

Chargers Basketball Looks to Win League With Young Team

Chargers Basketball Looks to Win League With Young Team

By Dustin Yoo
December 18, 2013
Filed under Basketball, Sports

Last year, the DP boy's varsity basketball team lost 8 seniors, 5 of whom were starters (2 of them were also first-team all league). Despite such a loss, the Chargers have their work cut out for them this season. Coach Joe Zamora is looking to start fresh with a young roster, starting with the youngest...

DP Boys Soccer Heads Out to Win Channel League

DP Boys Soccer Heads Out to Win Channel League

By Dylan
December 16, 2013
Filed under Soccer, Sports

By Dylan Zapata | Staff Writer December 16th 2013 Following a rough year, this 2013 season DP boys soccer is setting out to win the league title. So far Dos Pueblos is 5-1-1, sitting second in league behind 5-1-0 Santa Barbara High School. Leading the team this season are captains Tim Heiduk (...

Cross Country Takes Home Hardware from State Championships

Cross Country Takes Home Hardware from State Championships

By Lennie Nelson
December 4, 2013
Filed under Cross Country, News, Sports

Lennie Nelson | Staff Writer The boys cross country team won a 3rd place trophy on the podium at the State Championships in Fresno on Saturday, behind Cole Smith's outstanding 5th place finish. Girls captain Addi Zerrenner raced to 2nd place in Division 2 behind 3 time defending champ Sarah Ba...

Boys Cross Country finishes Runner-Up at Southern Section Finals

Boys Cross Country finishes Runner-Up at Southern Section Finals

By Lennie Nelson
November 25, 2013
Filed under Cross Country, News, Sports

Lennie Nelson | Staff Writer November 24th 2013 Following County and League Titles, the Cross Country team continued their successful post-season this weekend at Mt. SAC. The boys finished runner-up as a team to Saugus High School in Division 2 for the Southern Section. The last time DP finished this high in the championship was their runner-up performance in ...

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