Pali Sports Update:

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL: Former Windward School guard Chelsey Gipson has enrolled at Pali High. WRESTLING: A fundraising website has been set up for Pali High head coach Randy Aguirre. Visit http://fnd.us/c/7pwAc to donate.

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Teaming Their Talents

Teaming Their Talents

Madeline Prins and Lizzie Belokonnyi played integral roles in the Palisades High girls tennis team’s run to the City Section championship last November. One goal, however, was not reached and what they were unable to achieve separately they hope to do together this season. “The most important thing is winning the team title again, but Read the full article…

Past Is Present for Football Coaches

Past Is Present for Football Coaches

If any two people can explain to Palisades High football players what “Pali Pride” is all about, it’s Christian Clark and Raymond Elie. That’s because they once suited up in the blue and white themselves and they understand the sacrifices individuals must make to produce a winning effort. Clark and Elie were once teammates at Read the full article…

Campbell Fourth at Santa Cruz Challenge

Campbell Fourth at Santa Cruz Challenge

Before her first cross country race of the season, Nicole Campbell confessed that a fast time was not in the plan. She merely wanted to turn in a strong effort and enjoy the experience with her  West Valley Track Club teammates. Nonetheless, when the starting gun was fired she took off with the lead group Read the full article…

Teens Pace Teams to Bronze Medals at JCC Maccabi Games

Teens Pace Teams to Bronze Medals at JCC Maccabi Games

Palisadians Zak Raskin, Sammy Duffin, Evan Epstein and Charley Wadler led the Team Los Angeles-Westside 14U basketball team to a bronze medal last weekend at the JCC Maccabi Games in Boca Raton, Fla. Twenty-year Maccabi Games veteran and longtime Palisadian Rich Miller coached the 14U squad, which went 6-1 and lost to Chicago on a Read the full article…

Post Football Contest Kicks Off Next Week

The college football season begins next week and so too does the Palisadian-Post Football Contest. A $25 gift certificate will be awarded each week to the contestant with the most correct picks from 10 NCAA and NFL games. Entries must be brought to the Palisadian-Post office by 4 p.m. on the Friday before each weekend’s Read the full article…

Moscot Promoted to Triple-A

Moscot Promoted to Triple-A

Jon Moscot received quite a belated birthday present on Sunday when the Cincinnati Reds promoted him to their Triple-A affiliate, the Louisville Bats, moving him one step closer to living every baseball player’s dream – a chance in the Major Leagues. Moscot had spent the entire 2014 season in Double-A Pensacola with the Blue Wahoos, Read the full article…

Jake Sands Captures Mixed Doubles Crown

Jake Sands Captures Mixed Doubles Crown

Palisades High freshman Jake Sands won the 14-and-under mixed doubles division of the 30th annual San Diego Junior Doubles Closed Tournament last Sunday with partner Lindsay Hung of San Clemente. The pair dropped only one set in five matches and knocked off the No. 2, No. 3 and No. 4 seeds en route to the Read the full article…

Playing to Their Potential

Playing to Their Potential

Having coached the Palisades High girls volleyball team to the brink of the City Section Division I championship in his first season, Carlos Gray begins his second year knowing a return trip to the finals is no guarantee. The Dolphins lost five players to graduation, including co-captains Jennifer Krems (Co-Player of the Year in the Read the full article…

No Quit in Pali High Wrestlers

No Quit in Pali High Wrestlers

A second fundraiser for Palisades High wrestling coach Randy Aguirre will be held Saturday, September 6, at 8 p.m. at The Jon Lovitz Comedy Club on the Universal CityWalk. Aguirre recently underwent six weeks of treatment for glioblastoma, a grade IV brain tumor, and assistant coach Aldo Juliano hopes the “Cure the Coach” encore will Read the full article…

Football Scrimmage with San Fernando Canceled

The Palisades High junior varsity and varsity football teams were scheduled to scrimmage San Fernando tomorrow night but San Fernando was unable to host the game or pay for buses to Stadium by the Sea, so the games have been canceled. In lieu of a practice game, the Dolphins will hold night practices tomorrow and Read the full article…

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