A care package of much-needed surf rescue equipment from Down Under will be delivered to a local youth lifeguard training program next month.
The Mountain Pacific Sports Federation Championship Tournament begins on Saturday, but the Pepperdine Waves men’s volleyball team—the MPSF regular-season champions—won’t be taking the floor against an opponent.
Four members of Pepperdine’s golf team have qualified for the U.S. Amateur Championship. Sahith Theegala, Roy Cootes, Joshua McCarthy and Clay Feagler are a part of the 312-player field that will all be competing in hopes of becoming the next champion.
Malibu Elite basketball is preparing for another summer season, helping young players hone their skills for more advanced play on high school varsity teams. The program is intended to help the hoopsters not only improve individually but work better as a team.
Junior Tyler Ray hit for a cycle and the Malibu baseball team scored early and often in their 20-2 playoff win over Animo Leadership at the Windward School in Los Angeles on May 18.
Malibu High School Sharks baseball fell last week to the St. Bonaventure Serifs in a hard-fought 3-2 game, bringing the team’s record to 11-14 overall this season.
Malibu Little League players from the AA hardball Cardinals and Astros and the AAA hardball Indians and Athletics faced off at Malibu Bluffs Park during matchups on Wednesday, May 3.
Malibu High’s Trevor Simonian was determined to put more pop in his bat heading into this baseball season. The senior lifted weights, worked with his hitting coach and played with a top travel baseball team.
Malibu High School Sharks softball took on Windward on a beautiful Wednesday afternoon, April 19, fighting hard but falling to their nonconference rivals 11-1.
Little League baseball player Aiden Davis had one big hit and a few big pitches last Saturday to lead the Dodgers to a 5-3 victory over the Cardinals last weekend at Bluffs Park.
A star-spangled football team composed of high schoolers from across the U.S., including a band from Viewpoint School in Calabasas, nabbed a win over 6,400 miles away on April 9.
Braxton Pierce passed for over 1,000 yards and ran for over 500 yards during his senior season as the quarterback of the Malibu High football team.
Coaches praised DeLisha Milton-Jones’ smarts on the basketball court throughout her hoops career. They loved how the 6-foot-1 forward could adapt to opponents’ offenses and defenses. They also liked how she cared for her teammates, pushed others to excel and worked hard.
Malibu’s Alberto “Barefoot” Perusset last week completed the LA Marathon barefoot for the 14th time. The 26.2 mile course was Perusset’s 98th barefoot marathon and his 137th overall. He completed the race in six hours and six mintues, running from Dodger Stadium in Echo Park to Ocean Avenue …
Malibu High School boys tennis took on Nordhoff at home last Wednesday, March 29. The Sharks faced the Ojai-based Rangers squad of players in an afternoon matchup including singles and doubles matches.
The red, white and blue uniforms a contingent of football players from Viewpoint School will wear on the field next weekend will have a different patriotic symbolism than the jerseys the high schoolers wear on fall and winter Friday nights.
Malibu High School boys volleyball took home a win last week against Providence. The varsity team beat their non-conference opponents three sets to one, dropping only the third set, during a Thursday, March 9 matchup. The boys played played Pacifica on Tuesday and are set to take on Foothill…
The Malibu High softball team is in the midst of a youth movement a year after advancing to the CIF playoffs thanks to the bats and play of a senior-laden squad.
The Malibu Heat had a very successful season in the Malibu City 6-8 Basketball division league. The middle school division team, managed by Raffi Agopian and coached by Daniel Coleman, came off a 7-1 regular season record, cruising through the championships to earn a 9-1 total record, winnin…
On Friday, March 3, 2017, soccer history was made as Viewpoint High School captured the CIF Division 5 Southern Section Championship after five grueling playoff matches throughout Southern California.
Pepperdine women’s tennis star Luisa Stefani, along with men’s players Guilherme Hadlich and Gabriel Sidney, earned West Coast Conference weekly tennis accolades in an announcement made by the conference on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
Impressive academic performances during the season resulted in three of Pepperdine’s women’s volleyball team members picking up honorable accolades. Senior Gaby Palmeri and junior Ashley Morgan earned first team honors in the West Coast Conference’s 2016 All-Academic team, and sophomore Jenn…
The Malibu Adult Softball League concluded its playoffs on Sunday afternoon at Malibu Bluffs Park with an 11-3 blowout victory for the third-seeded Pitches Be Crazy over the first-seeded Pepperdine Law, thanks to a nine-run second inning from Pitches. This is the third-straight championship …
Pepperdine women’s soccer player Rylee Baisden missed a crucial penalty kick during the Waves’ victory over Pacific University two weeks ago.
The Malibu High School varsity girls cross country team competed in the Ventura County Championship on Friday and took home the winning title for the small schools division. The Sharks will participate in the league finals at Lake Casitas on Nov. 3.
Local Malibu resident Justine Siegal is the president of Baseball For All, a nonprofit organization that seeks to promote girls in the predominantly male sport of baseball rather than softball. Recently, Siegal and her organization hosted the largest all-girls baseball tournament in the coun…
On Sunday morning, July 17, Malibu native Greg Turner won the Enduro Nationals Masters in his 50-59 age group, despite competing with an injured knee.
There is a new assistant coach of the Pepperdine women’s soccer team. Head Coach Tim Ward announced newcomer Ariana Martinez would come on board to complete the Waves’ coaching staff for this upcoming season. Martinez has played at the collegiate and national levels, and is highly experience…
Former Malibu Mayor and local resident Pamela Conley Ulich will be reporting on the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, as a special correspondent to The Malibu Times, reporting on events Malibu-based athletes will be competing in, which include men’s water polo, men’s swimming, rh…
Malibu resident Jordan Wilimovsky got his second ticket to the Rio Olympics by placing second in the 1,500-meter free at the Olympic swim trials in Omaha. Earlier this year he qualified for Rio in the 10,000-meter open water swim.
Pepperdine University will be well-represented in Rio De Janeiro next month on the United States Men’s Olympic Water Polo Team. The roster, which was announced on July 7, includes former Pepperdine goalie and current Waves assistant coach Merrill Moses and former Pepperdine standout Jesse Sm…
Malibu resident Jordan Wilimovsky got his second ticket to the Rio Olympics by placing second in the 1500m free swim Sunday night. Earlier this year he qualified for Rio in the 10k open water swim.
The Malibu High School (MHS) boys water polo season does not begin until August, but several players have returned to the pool to perfect their skills in summer leagues.