The Stinger


Hope Springs Eternal: The Lakers, luck and losing

The Los Angeles Lakers took on the Charlotte Hornets last week and won the first game of the season.

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

The Scorpions put in practice time on Tuesday afternoon at the Scorpion-dome. Cam High lost to Thousand Oaks 24-7 last Thursday night.

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

Cailey Renken, sophomore, sees a future in the Olympics as a swimmer. Renken is among the best ranked swimmers in Ventura County.

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...

New “rival” proves too much for Scorpions

Junior Casey Bash being tackled during an offesive play. Cam High lost to Newbury Park 28-53 last Friday night.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

October 28, 2014

Cam High's varsity football team fell to their new rival Newbury Park in a substantial loss last Friday night, ending with a score of 53-28. This is the first time Cam High has played against Newbury Park as its rival school, instead of long-time rival Rio Mesa, due to the recent switch from the Pacific Coas...

Scorps win by a narrow margin at homecoming game

The Scorpions form an offensive line-up against Calabasas's starting defense during the third quarter.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

October 22, 2014

Cam High defeated the Calabasas Coyotes with a score of 44-41 during the homecoming football game on Friday, October 17. The game started off with Calabasas at the first and ten. The Coyotes scored the first touchdown with four minutes left in the first quarter, making the score 0-7. Th...

Unorthodox warm-up leads to great tennis for Scorpion Girls

No. 2 varsity singles player Tatiana Anderson goes for the win on the Cam High girl's tennis team.

Paul Chun, Staff Writer

October 20, 2014

Cam High's girls tennis team defeated Royal High School for the second time this year, allowing them to push forth into the contention for the title of league champions in the weeks to come. The score of the overall match was 12-6 with the singles team sweeping. The double's team had three set wins...

Scorps Lose to Seraphs by wide margin

Cam High football player tries to make it past Saint Bonnie's defensive line.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

October 16, 2014

Cam High lost to Saint Bonaventure in a football game last Friday, ending with a score of 10-28. Prospects of winning were high at the start of the game, marked by the Cyclone's cheer, "I believe that we will win!" The Cam High marching band invited middle school marching bands to join in the...

Cam High’s boys water polo misses the mark

The Cam High boys water polo team faced a heavy loss against the Rio Mesa Spartans on Monday, ending with a score of 9-21.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

October 9, 2014

After a season that saw the Cam High boys water polo team defeat all contenders including arch-rival Rio Mesa High School, the boys lost to Rio Mesa 9-21 on October 2. The Cam High Scorpions and Rio Mesa Spartans played head-to-head, with Rio Mesa holding a dominant and persistent lead ahead of Cam...

Scorpion girls volleyball asserts dominance

Cam High Girls varsity volleyball dominated the court during their match against Pacifica High.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

October 6, 2014

Cam High defeated Pacifica in volleyball last Tuesday winning the game in three matches back-to-back. The Scorpions dominated the court with fast kills and consistency leading to dominating play, not allowing Pacifica much of a chance to catch up or win a single match. At the start of the first...

Serving up Success in a New League

Makayla Byerly, junior, returns a lob from Simi Valley's team. Byerly and the Scorps went on to win the match.

Brendon Guizar, Staff Writer

October 3, 2014

The Cam High Girls Tennis Team started their inaugural season in the newly formed Coastal Canyon League on the right foot, winning 80-73 against Simi Valley in all their games. The girls rallied from being down 7-9 in the third and final round of the match, to snatching a victory and starting their...

Running into a new league

Girls from Cam High's track team perform warm-ups Thursday. Cam High's track team will begin competing in the Coastal Canyon league from now on.

Paul Chun, Staff Writer

September 25, 2014

Cam High's cross country teams had a taste of old and new competition as they participated in their second meet on September 11. The team competed against three high schools at Pepper Tree Park in Newbury Park. The girl's cross country team came in third place, finishing behind Newbury Park and...

Saving for the Win

Megan Wall, left, prepares to strike the ball in a close match against West Ranch High School.

Keira Witham, Staff Writer

September 19, 2014

Late Volleyball update: After four close matches, Cam High Scorpions defeated the West Ranch Wildcats with a score of 26-24 on September 9. Cam High varsity volleyball won three out of four close matches while playing West Ranch. Starters Rebecca Sexton abd Makenna Clark, both seniors, Sa...

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