Pali Sports Update:

FOOTBALL: Pali High travels to Western League rival Hamilton for a 3 p.m. kickoff Friday. GIRLS TENNIS: Pali High defeated University 7-0 Thursday at the Palisades Tennis Center. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL: Pali High swept University, 25-12, 25-5, 25-6, on Thursday and plays in the Redondo Tournament this weekend. GIRLS GOLF: Pali High posted three of the 10 lowest scores to finish second in the City 3 League finals Thursday at Balboa Golf Course.

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Dolphins Display Versatility Against Uni

Dolphins Display Versatility Against Uni

Balanced Attack and Stingy Defense Highlight Palisades’ 35-7 Homecoming Victory The challenge for the Palisades High offense heading into last Friday’s homecoming game was how to cope with the speed of the opponent’s secondary. Coach Tim Hyde knew he had the ingredients, he just had to find the right mix and the recipe that ultimately Read the full article…

Football Hits the Road for Hamilton

The Palisades High football team embarks on its final road trip of the regular season Friday when it travels to Hamilton for an afternoon matchup that could decide the Western League champion. The Yankees are the only team  in the league without a loss and return home with momentum after  blanking host Westchester 40-0. After Read the full article…

Volleyball Second to None in Sylmar

Volleyball Second to None in Sylmar

As the winningest program in City Section history, there are precious few tournaments the Palisades High girls volleyball team has never won. Sylmar was among them, but the Dolphins crossed that one off the list with a thrilling 25-21 victory over Calabasas in the championship match Saturday night. Palisades was the last team standing in Read the full article…

JV Football Starts Fast, Beats Uni 28-6

JV Football Starts Fast, Beats Uni 28-6

When leading rusher Innocent Okoh was moved up to varsity for the start of league play, the question for the Palisades High JV football team was who would fill his shoes. In last Friday’s homecoming game against University, sophomore tailback Nathan Grzesiak answered the call, rushing for 65 yards and two touchdowns in 10 carries Read the full article…

Williams Wins Sweepstakes Race at Mt. SAC Invitational

Williams Wins Sweepstakes Race at Mt. SAC Invitational

After her coach predicted she would run a big race Saturday at the 67th annual Mt. SAC Cross Country Invitational, Palisades High senior Marissa Williams stepped onto the 2.93-mile course in Walnut and proved him right. Bob Macias knows the mileage his top runner piled up in preparation for one of the premier meets of Read the full article…

Elkins Advances to Quarterfinals at Racquetball World Championships

Elkins Advances to Quarterfinals at Racquetball World Championships

What a week it was and what a year it has been for Palisades High sophomore racquetball champion Dane Elkins. He returned Sunday from a field trip to Cali, Colombia, where he representing Team USA at the 26th annual International Racquetball Federation’s World Junior Championships. Competing in the Boys 14-aund-under doubles division with his partner Read the full article…

Senator’s Team Raises More Than $30,000 in ‘Dribble for the Cure’

Senator’s Team Raises More Than $30,000 in ‘Dribble for the Cure’

The seventh annual “Dribble for the Cure” fundraiser, an event supporting the Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation) took place Sunday at UCLA and Palisades High junior Zach Senator raised more than $22,000. His Team Jackson, comprised of friends and family from the Palisades community, raised over $30,000 in all and he won the top individual award. Read the full article…

Pali High Junior Arienne Martin Earns Blue Ribbon at IEL Event

Pali High Junior Arienne Martin Earns Blue Ribbon at IEL Event

The Palisades High riding team, under the direction of health teacher Susan Ackerman, participated in the season’s first Interscholastic Equestrian League competition last weekend at Hansen Dam. The event featured over 75 public and private schools competing at different levels. Blue ribbons for first place are hard to come by with as many as 25 Read the full article…

Pali High Water Polo Plagued by Injuries

Saying the Palisades High boys varsity water polo team was not at full strength for last weekend’s Hank Vellekamp Tournament in Orange County would be a gross understatement. Already missing Griffin Koffman (torn ligament in his thumb), the Dolphins were without leading scorer Zach Senator (scarlet fever) after the second game. Kian Lotfi aggravated his Read the full article…

Maddie Oswald and Brooke Reese Leave Legacy at Harvard-Westlake

Maddie Oswald and Brooke Reese Leave Legacy at Harvard-Westlake

Although their final game resulted in a 1-0 playoff loss to Marina on Monday, it was a season full of winning for Harvard-Westlake High senior field hockey players Maddie Oswald and Brooke Reese. The Palisadians paced the Wolverines to their third straight Sunset League title and both will continue their careers at the next level. Read the full article…

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