Legacy of girls’ tennis lives on

Coach Carl Joyce talks to students Savannah Gann and Sabrina Stone (Courtesy of Natalie Dobrinska).
October 16, 2015

The Oak Park girls’ tennis team is having a successful season so far. They are 4-1 overall and 3-0 in league play despite the loss of nine students, who graduated in June. “Losing nine [former]...

High hopes for Oak Park cross country team

The girls cross-country team enjoys team bonding time at the Mammoth trip (Staff Photographer/Talon)..
September 30, 2015

The cross-country team has one goal for the new season: "To see both boys and girls teams make it to state,” Al Calce, the head coach since 2012, said. This goal has been partially accomplished in...

Girls’ golf aims for league title

The Girls' golf team celebrates a win for their first league game against Royal High School on Thursday, Sept. 3 (Surica Segal/Talon).
September 30, 2015

Last year, the Oak Park girls’ golf team placed second in the Coastal Canyon League with an impressive record of 10-2. This season, the girls’ golf team is determined to defeat Simi Valley, the...

Eagles football off to a blazing start

Senior Jordan Vega scores a touchdown against Beverly Hills High School on Friday, Aug. 28 (Photo courtesy of Marc Goodnough).
September 18, 2015

After an abysmal 2014 season that most Eagles fans would like to forget, this year’s squad has gotten off to a promising start, cruising to a 40-6 victory over Beverly Hills High School. The following...

Powderpuff game 2015

The senior girls' team was accused of playing violently and unfairly after they routed the junior girls' team.
Senior girls prevail after rough battle
June 16, 2015

On May 29, Oak Park Associated Student Body once again held its annual Powderpuff Game on the football field at 5 in the afternoon. Powderpuff football games are a flag football or touch football games...

Girls’ lacrosse enjoys another successful year

The girls' lacrosse team practices before winning against West Ranch on Senior Night. The team has been dominant this season (Carly Albert/Talon)
May 11, 2015

The Oak Park girls’ lacrosse team has played a fantastic season, sporting a 13-3 record. With only a varsity team, the Oak Park “Lady Lax” players have had to work harder than other schools to...

Boys’ tennis dominates new league

May 11, 2015

  The Oak Park boys’ tennis team can see the finish line—and the Coastal Canyon League Championship. Oak Park Eagles defeated Simi Valley, Camarillo, Moorpark and Royal, giving the team...

Boys’ volleyball experiences greatest success in years

Boys' volleyball experiences greatest success in years
May 11, 2015

The boys’ volleyball program rose to new heights this season by not only winning every game in the league so far, but also by claiming the ninth spot in the national rankings out of 867 ranked teams,...

Sports Flashback

Sports Flashback
April 1, 2015

Cross Country The boys’ and girls’ cross country exceeded all expectations this past season. The boys won the inaugural season of the Coastal Canyon League, outrunning powerhouse teams such as Simi...

Battle of the boards

Sophomore Natalie Balen drying off after a tough bout at sea. She advanced in the Longboard event (Photo Courtesy of Caitlin Fowler).
Experienced and amateur surfers suit up for a cross town contest
February 26, 2015

The faces of the waves — and the faces of the surfers — were nothing short of attention-grabbing as a large swell ripped through Southern California last week. Composed of 13 members, the Oak Park...

Battin leads Coastal Canyon League

Freshman Riley Battin brings his talent to the Oak Park boys' basketball team (Staff Photographer/Talon).
February 26, 2015

At 6 feet 8 inches tall, Riley Battin is impressive to watch; running down the court, he towers over teammates and defenders. As a freshman on the varsity basketball team, Battin is a starting forward...

Quidditch game brings magic to campus

Quidditch game brings magic to campus
December 14, 2014

Broomsticks and bludgers, seekers and snitches, keepers and quaffles, wizards and witches. These are not your usual high school-sports terms, but thanks to Ms. Allison’s and Mrs. Fowler sense of creativity,...

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