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Most Valuable Scorpions

Most Valuable Scorpions

Keira Witham, Sports Editor

March 11, 2015

Twenty-one of Cam High's winter sports players were announced as their team's MVP (Most Valuable Player) at the Winter Sports Award Night on Feb. 23. Coaches were able to choose one or more players from each varsity team that they believed were the most beneficial to their team's season. The ceremony...

Ready or not: The Scorpions face new challenges

Ready or not: The Scorpions face new challenges

Keira Witham, Sports Editor

February 20, 2015

As of the 2014-2015 school year Cam High advanced to the Marmonte League. For some sports it has been successful and challenging; for others it has been too much of a challenge. The 2013 Football season left Cam High undefeated in the Pacific View League, eventually advancing to CIF playoffs. Now...

Grappling with Reality

Grappling with Reality

Keira Witham, Sports Editor

February 17, 2015

Cam High's wrestling team was named the 2015 California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) champions on Saturday, Feb. 7, adding to their already impressive record as victors of three different leagues over the years. Although they have earned numerous awards in the past, this is the first time the...

Lady Scorpions varsity basketball win at Oak Park

Lady Scorpions varsity basketball win at Oak Park

Olivia Flansburgh, Staff Writer

February 5, 2015

Cam High girls varsity basketball defeated the Oak Park Eagles 52-25 last Thursday, Jan. 29. The start of the game was quiet, but picked up when both teams began making numerous fouls. The first basket was then made two minutes into the game by the Eagles. Half-way through the quarter, Cam High...

Scorps lose to the Chargers, but not without a fight

Scorps lose to the Chargers, but not without a fight

Keira Witham, Sports Editor

January 27, 2015

The Cam High boys varsity basketball was defeated by the Agoura High Chargers 62-67 last Wednesday, Jan. 21, in perhaps the most evenly matched game of the season. Cheering broke out from the crowds as the coaches from both sides paced up and down the court. Although this was a non-league game, and...

Eagles soar, Scorps eat dust

Eagles soar, Scorps eat dust

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

January 9, 2015

Cam High's girls varsity soccer lost their opening game in the Coastal Canyon League versus Oak Park on Thursday. After an unclear pre-season filled with six wins and four losses, spectators were unsure what the outcome of the opening game for girls soccer would be. The answer wasn't long in coming...

Nicole Joseph, more than a “match”

Nicole Joseph, more than a “match”

Sophia Cheong, Staff Writer

December 10, 2014

An avid surfer, rock climber, and slackliner, sporty is an understatement when describing seventeen-year-old Nicole Joseph, junior. Already an active athlete, she surprised her friends and family by joining wrestling last year and making it all the way to State Championships, placing eighth. "[Wre...

Practice makes perfect

Practice makes perfect

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

Cam High's boy's varsity soccer team defeated Foothill Technology High School's first ever varsity soccer team last Tuesday evening 5-0. The Foothill Dragons have never had a school-conducted sports team during the last 14 years. "They're a young team, they continue to develop, [but] they're working...

Injured Players, Injured Team

Injured Players, Injured Team

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

December 2, 2014

Senior George Barroso, linebacker for Cam High's varsity football team, watched painfully from the sideline as his teammates engaged in a vigorous opening play. After recovering from a torn ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) in his right knee, Barroso thought that he would finally have the chance to play aga...

Hope Springs Eternal: The Lakers, luck and losing

Hope Springs Eternal: The Lakers, luck and losing

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

November 18, 2014

The Los Angeles Lakers, perennial losers this season, had a slight ray of hope burst open at the Staples Center Sunday when they beat the Hornets from Charlotte 107-92. The Lakers were suffering from a five-game losing streak, with three losses on their home court. The air was thick with anticipation...

Lancers Lash Scorpions

Lancers Lash Scorpions

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

November 4, 2014

Cam High's last home football game of the year ended on a sour note for the Scorpions, as Cam High was defeated 24-7. "I believe that we will win!" rang from the stadium as the spirit section cheered for the football team, when merely three minutes into first quarter, Thousand Oaks quarterback Max...

Making Waves

Making Waves

Timothy Le, Staff Writer

November 4, 2014

Cailey Renken, a Cam High sophomore, believes that her dreams of being a top swimmer are slowly but surely becoming a reality. According to Renken, accomplishing what she has done in her swimming career did not come easy at first. "In 2009, I joined the Barracuda swim team at the Camarillo Y...

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