Pali Sports Update:

FOOTBALL: Pali High lost to Venice 31-28 Friday night. The Dolphins’ JV team won 14-6. CROSS COUNTRY: Pali High’s Marissa Williams won the senior race in 16:07 at Saturday’s Bell Gardens Invitational. The freshman boys team took first place. BOYS WATER POLO: Pali High finished seventh out of 22 teams at the South Bay Invitational last weekend. GIRLS TENNIS: Pali High defeated LACES 6-1 in Thursday’s Western League match. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Pali High swept LACES in Thursday’s Western League match. GIRLS GOLF: Pali High shot 276 to finish third in Thursday’s City 3 League match at Penmar.

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Dolphins Dominate League Opener

Dolphins Dominate League Opener

Twelve minutes were all the Palisades High football team needed to settle the issue last Friday night. The Dolphins used the remainder of their Western League opener to show what could be in store for future opponents. In its most complete effort of the season, Palisades trounced the Comets 43-0 for its second shutout and Read the full article…

Pali High Football at Venice Friday

Pali High Football at Venice Friday

Perhaps no game this season means more to the Palisades High football team than tomorrow night’s Western League showdown at Venice. Although the Gondos’ 43-game league winning streak ended with a 14-7 loss to University last Friday, the Dolphins still have plenty of motivation to beat their archrivals. Palisades hasn’t defeated Venice since 2000 when Read the full article…

Cross Country Squads Start League

The Palisades High cross country team had its first Western League meet last Thursday at Kenneth Hahn Park. Running against Hamilton and Westchester, the Dolphins’ varsity boys were paced by Shane Brouwer (17:45), Andres Gomez (18:37), Jack Hockley (18:46), Connor Smith (18:56), Everett Fisher (19:10), Phillip Neman (20:03), Gabriel Fuligni (20:21), Mel Vega (20:23), Jason Read the full article…

Huarte Enjoys Notre Dame Reunion

Huarte Enjoys Notre Dame Reunion

John Huarte can hardly believe 50 years have passed since he won the Heisman Trophy, the award presented annually to the most valuable player in college football. Huarte won it as the quarterback at Notre Dame  in 1964 and he was invited back to South Bend, Indiana, to celebrate the honor Oct. 4, the same Read the full article…

Pali High Boys Water Polo Heads to South Bay Invitational

Pali High Boys Water Polo Heads to South Bay Invitational

Three weeks ago, the Palisades High boys varsity water polo team co-hosted the Westside Classic with Brentwood. However, the teams never got to play each other. The Dolphins ended up winning the title while Brentwood settled for fourth. Monday’s game at Brentwood presented Palisades an opportunity to venture outside of the City Section and tune Read the full article…

Pali High Volleyball Sweeps Fairfax

Pali High Volleyball Sweeps Fairfax

Fairfax High is not known for its girls volleyball program, but the Lions have been the upstart team in the Western League this season and entered last Thursday’s match tied with Palisades atop the Western League standings. By the time it was over, however, the host Dolphins left little doubt that they are the team Read the full article…

Celebrities Flock to Will Rogers for Annual Clicquot Polo Classic

Celebrities Flock to Will Rogers for Annual Clicquot Polo Classic

The fifth annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic was held Saturday afternoon at Will Rogers State Historic Park. More than 4,000 spectators watched world-renowned polo player Nacho Figueras of Black Watch take on Veuve Clicquot in an exciting and action-packed match. Figueras, who was named Most Valuable Player, led his team to a 10-7 victory. Award-winning Read the full article…

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Nicole Gould

ATHLETE OF THE WEEK: Nicole Gould

A sophomore starting outside hitter for the Amherst College women’s volleyball team, Nicole entered the week ranked sixth in total kills in the New England Small College Athletic Conference with 137 kills, 45 digs and six aces in 56 sets. She  had 16 kills and four digs for the Lady Jeffs in last Friday’s four-set Read the full article…

Lee Calvert Tables More Medals

Lee Calvert Tables More Medals

Lee Calvert is living proof that you are never too old to take up a new sport. Having spent decades racking up medals in badminton, she  decided to try her luck at table tennis at last week’s Huntsman Senior Games in St. George, Utah. Sure enough, she returned home to the Palisades with not one, Read the full article…

‘Dribble for the Cure’ Oct. 26 at UCLA

When Palisades High junior  water polo player and swimmer  Zach Senator lost his 8-year-old brother Jackson to pediatric brain cancer in 2008 he wanted to do something to make a difference in his honor. In 2010, Senator decided to make “Dribble for the Cure” (an annual event supporting the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation) his Bar Read the full article…

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