Posts Tagged ‘camino’

High school boys’ basketball: City open division seeding game scores

CITY BOYS’ BASKETBALL OPEN DIVISION Third-place game, Tuesday Washington 76, Birmingham 65 Fifth-place game, Tuesday El Camino Real 67, Taft 60 Sign up for our daily sports newsletter »

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High school boys’ basketball: Saturday’s City semifinal results and championship schedule

CITY BOYS’ BASKETBALL OPEN DIVISION Championship semifinals, Saturday Fairfax 84, Washington 74 Westchester 69, Birmingham 53 Fifth-place game, Tuesday, 7 p.m. #7 El Camino Real at #4 Taft Third-place game, Tuesday, 7 p.m. #5 Washington at #3 Birmingham Championship, Feb

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High school boys’ basketball: City playoff result and pairings

OPEN DIVISION Consolation semifinals, Tuesday, 7 p.m. #8 Narbonne at #4 Taft #7 El Camino Real at #6 Gardena Championship semifinals, Saturday at Venice #5 Washington vs. #1 Fairfax, 7:30 p.m

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High school basketball: Saturday’s scores

BOYS’ BASKETBALL Bloomington Christian 44, Lake Arrowhead Christian 30 Camarillo 75, Mater Dei 71 Cathedral 100, Arcadia 62 Claremont 72, Shadow Hills 56 El Camino Real 65, Rolling Hills Prep 50 Framingham (Mass.) Philip 54, CSDR 49 Heritage Christian 93, Campbell Hall 62 Kaiser 90, Tahquitz 51 …

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What we’re into: Camino red wine vinegar, chef Russell Moore’s vinegar baron retirement plan

The last days of Camino, the Oakland restaurant run by chef Russell Moore and his wife, Allison Hopelain, that closed last month after a 10-year run, were like a boisterous wake. Folks who had worked there in the past returned to their old jobs, or to help with what turned out to be nightly farewell…

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What we’re into: Camino red wine vinegar, chef Russell Moore’s vinegar baron retirement plan

The last days of Camino, the Oakland restaurant run by chef Russell Moore and his wife, Allison Hopelain, that closed last month after a 10-year run, were like a boisterous wake. Folks who had worked there in the past returned to their old jobs, or to help with what turned out to be nightly farewell…

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San Pedro holds on for gritty victory over Dorsey in City Section Division I final

Every tackle bruising tailback Josh Ward shed drained a little more will out of the Los Angeles Dorsey defense, and by the time he was done San Pedro was celebrating its gritty 22-20 win in the City Section Division I final Saturday night at El Camino College. Ward rushed for 86 yards and two touchdowns..

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Locke captures first football title by beating Roosevelt for City Section Division II championship

In only two years, the Locke football team went from forfeiting games because of a lack of players, to rushing the field Friday at El Camino College in celebration after winning a City Section Division II championship. The Saints defeated Roosevelt, 22-20, to earn the program’s first title, the…

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California has an apple season, and it starts now. Here are four places to pick or just sample

Whether you go for the fruit or the cider, apple orchards in Yucaipa, Watsonville and Camino are ready to welcome visitors.

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Football’s popularity continues to take a hit across Southland campuses

There were more than 100 El Camino Real High students trying out for the boys’ soccer team last week. Some wore colorful jerseys, many featuring the names Messi, Bayern Munchen and Toronto FC

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