Pali Sports Update:

FOOTBALL: Pali High beat Western League rival University 35-7 in Friday’s homecoming game. The JV won 28-6. CROSS COUNTRY: Pali High’s Marissa Williams won the girls individual sweepstakes race in 16:39 at the Mt. SAC Invitational on Saturday morning in Walnut. GIRLS TENNIS: Pali High defeated Venice 7-0 Thursday at the Palisades Tennis Center. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Pali High defeated Calabasas 25-21 to win the Sylmar Tournament on Saturday. GIRLS GOLF: Pali High finished third in Thursday’s City 3 League match at Balboa Golf Course. BOYS WATER POLO: Pali High plays in the Hank Vellekamp Tournament in Anaheim this weekend.

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Dolphins Seventh in South Bay

Dolphins Seventh in South Bay

Against the toughest competition it will face all season the Palisades High varsity boys water polo team gave a good account of itself last weekend at the 45th annual Henry Stuart South Bay Tournament. Seeded No. 9 out of 22 teams, the Dolphins finished in seventh place despite a depleted roster Saturday due to PSAT Read the full article…

Mater Dei Highlights Elite Bracket for Beach Invitational

Once again, Palisades High girls basketball head coach Torino Johnson has assembled a stellar field for the annual Palisades Beach Invitational, which will be held Nov. 24-29 at Pali High. The 16-team tournament features three teams in the national top 10 preseason rankings: Santa Ana Mater Dei (No. 3), Windward (No. 5) and Chaminade (No. Read the full article…

Dafney’s Acrobatics Lift Venice to 31-28 Victory over Palisades

Dafney’s Acrobatics Lift Venice to 31-28 Victory over Palisades

With one second remaining last Friday night at Venice, the Palisades High football team had one last chance to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat and end its 13-game losing streak to the defending Western League champions. Quarterback P.J. Hurst launched an arcing pass into a sea of hands, hoping one of his receivers Read the full article…

Stoklos, Steffes Among Hall of Fame Inductees

Former Palisades High volleyball players Randy Stoklos and Kent Steffes are among the 44 athletes who will be inducted into the Los Angeles City Section Hall of Fame in 2015. An induction ceremony will be held April 26 at the Doubletree by Hilton in Culver City. Stoklos (Class of ‘78) won 123 beach tournaments, including Read the full article…

Football Faces Uni on Homecoming

Before the start of Western League play, Palisades High football coach Tim Hyde thought any of the six teams were capable of winning it. Two weeks in, the league title is still up for grabs, as very team  except one has already lost. “It’s all about getting ready for Friday night,” Hyde said after last Read the full article…

Perry Klein’s Tutelage Benefiting Blosser

When Venice lost its first four games this season, a lot of fingers were pointed at sophomore quarterback Robbie Blosser. Through it all, however, a voice of encouragement has been that of Palisadian and former Palisades High quarterback Perry Klein, who started mentoring Blosser over the summer. Klein knows a thing or two about throwing Read the full article…

Pali High Golfers Resume League

Pali High Golfers Resume League

The Palisades High girls golf team has encountered some divots in its first season since Coach James Paleno re-instated the program, but the Golfin Dolphins are staying the course. They have yet to shoot the lowest score in City 3 League competition, but they have taken second place once and were only seven strokes behind Read the full article…

JV Football Bounces Back with 14-6 Victory at Venice

JV Football Bounces Back with 14-6 Victory at Venice

The Palisades High junior varsity football team is starting to prove that it is much more than a one-man show. Leading rusher Innocent Okoh was moved up to varsity prior to the Western League opener at Westchester and without him the offense looked out of sync throughout a 12-8 loss. The Dolphins were also without Read the full article…

Elkins Opens with Doubles Win at World Racquetball Championships

You won’t find Palisades High sophomore Dane Elkins in class this week, but he isn’t playing hooky. No, just racquetball. Elkins is in Cali, Colombia, representing the United States at the International Racquetball Federation’s World Junior Championships. After rain delayed their first match by over two hours, Elkins and his partner Ricardo Diaz (of Stockton, Read the full article…

Oleynik Gets Back in Swing

Oleynik Gets Back in Swing

Palisades High Senior Dominates Her Season Debut Versus LACES If there is any truth to the saying “good things come to those who wait,” the future is bright for  Ilana Oleynik. The Palisades High senior tennis player had to sit out the first half of the season and when she did finally take the court Read the full article…

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