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Hueneme High School Basketball Team Victorious!

Hueneme High School Basketball Team Victorious!

Reported by Brian Figg  Hueneme High School Boys Basketball Team defeated Moreno Valley – Riverside County Education Academy  69-62 to reach the CIF-Southern Section Division 5-AA Semifinals for the first time in the the team’s history.  The team is coached by Marty Meyer,  Steven Lemos had 20 points, Antonio Ayala had 18 points and Levante […]

Smith & Wesson Rejects Push By Anti-Second Amendment Shareholders

Smith & Wesson Rejects Push By Anti-Second Amendment Shareholders

By DEREK HUNTER, Contributor   The latest strategy of gun control activists is to force gun manufacturers “to consider their social impact” by buying stock in those companies and mobilizing shareholders to demand they study the concept. The group called Adrian Dominican Sisters, led by a nun named Sister Judy Byron, is part of the […]

Baseball Legend Frank Robinson Dies at 83

Baseball Legend Frank Robinson Dies at 83

William Davis | Contributor   Legendary former MLB player and manager Frank Robinson passed away at the age of 83. Robinson starred in the major leagues for two decades, and later became the first black manager in the history of the MLB. He died of bone cancer Thursday. (RELATED: Jackie Robinson Broke The Color Barrier. He […]

Silence of the Rams: Belichick, Brady Win Sixth Super Bowl

Silence of the Rams: Belichick, Brady Win Sixth Super Bowl

William Davis | Contributor   Tom Brady has the next one. The New England Patriots reached the pinnacle again Sunday night, defeating the Los Angeles Rams 13-3. The Patriots are now tied with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Super Bowl titles with six. Brady and head coach Bill Belichick improved their record to 6-3 […]

The Super Bowl Between the Rams and the Patriots is Sunday | Here’s What the Fans Need to Know

The Super Bowl Between the Rams and the Patriots is Sunday | Here’s What the Fans Need to Know

David Hookstead | Reporter The Super Bowl between the Rams and the Patriots will go down Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST on CBS. This weekend is the time of the year millions of us wait for. Super Bowl Sunday is what America is all about. It’s why we defeated the British, won WWII, walked on […]

The College Football Playoff is Finally Here. It’s Time to Start Crushing Beers

The College Football Playoff is Finally Here. It’s Time to Start Crushing Beers

David Hookstead | Reporter Ladies and gentlemen, the college football playoff has finally arrived. Today is a day that football junkies around the country wait for all year long. Today is the day we find out who are the men and who are the boys. Clemson takes the field against Notre Dame and Alabama will lineup against Oklahoma. […]

Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

Watch This Surfer Shred What May Be the ‘Biggest’ Wave in History — And Potentially Break the World Record

    By Jena Greene | Reporter   British surfer Tom Butler may have just shattered a world record by surfing what’s now being called the “biggest” wave on record. Butler, who is 29 years old and hails from the tiny seaside area of Cornwall, England, surfed an estimated 100-foot wave at The Nazaré in Portugal on Friday. […]

Major College Football Coach Gets Massive Contract Extension. Was It a Good Decision?

Major College Football Coach Gets Massive Contract Extension. Was It a Good Decision?

David Hookstead | Reporter The Minnesota Gophers don’t plan on letting head football coach P.J. Fleck leave anytime soon. Fleck inked a massive extension that will keep him with the program into 2024, according to Brett McMurphy. Minnesota announces contract extension for coach P.J. Fleck into 2024 — Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) December 14, 2018 According to […]

Poll: Will Urban Meyer Coach Again? The Results Might Surprise a Ton of People

Poll: Will Urban Meyer Coach Again? The Results Might Surprise a Ton of People

David Hookstead | Reporter People aren’t convinced that Urban Meyer’s days coaching college football are over. Meyer will retire from coaching Ohio State after the Rose Bowl, and he will be replaced by offensive coordinator Ryan Day. Now, we know that Meyer once upon a time stepped away from coaching when he left Florida. (RELATED: Urban Meyer Stepping Down At Ohio State. […]

Go Pirates! Ventura College is in the CCCAA Football Championship

Go Pirates! Ventura College is in the CCCAA Football Championship

Congratulations and go Pirates!               The California Community College Athletic Association State Football Championship will pair Laney College (10-2) (Northern Champion) and Ventura College (11-1) (Southern Champion) at Hughes Stadium on the campus of Sacramento City College in Sacramento on Saturday, December 8 at 1 p.m.   The Championship will […]