Cathy Rogers is ready to bring delicious recipes and heartfelt anecdotes to the community with her latest cookbook, “Malibu’s Cooking Again 2.”
Pepperdine women’s basketball posted a decisive win over West Coast Conference rivals the University of San Francisco Dons, finishing the game on top by a score of 82-70, having never fallen behind any of the game’s 40 minutes.
Malibu Sharks boys basketball player Dean Furlong wasn’t having the swishiest of shooting nights when his dad, Malibu coach Larry Furlong, addressed him during a timeout in the final quarter in the Sharks’ Jan. 9 home contest against Santa Paula.
The Pepperdine men’s basketball team battled hard against No. 1 ranked West Coast Conference rival Gonzaga last weekend, before falling, 75-70, by the buzzer.
Malibu Surf Team coach John Cross (center right) accepts a check presented by Malibu Rotary Club members (from left) Steve Harwood, Carlye Rudkin and Margo Neal. The check was one of several donations made by the Rotary Club in December.
Pepperdine Waves women’s tennis player Ashley Lahey is aiming to end her college career in the spring of 2020 in a similar position she is winding down the current calendar year—sitting atop the world of college tennis.
Aiden Davis tallied nine goals in three junior varsity games this season before being promoted to the Malibu High Sharks boys soccer varsity team earlier this month.
Six days after coaching the Pepperdine Waves men’s water polo team to the brink of a national title game appearance, Terry Schroeder was named the Golden Coast Conference Coach of the Year for the second time during his hall of fame coaching career.
The aces, assists, blocks, digs, kicks and scores that nine members of the Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer and women’s indoor volleyball teams produced during their seasons not only helped their squads have successful 2019 campaigns, but also resulted in them garnering postseason recognition…
Malibu runner Alberto “Barefoot” Perusset recently completed his 203rd barefoot marathon—the Rock into December Marathon at Bayshore in Long Beach on Dec. 1. This marathon sets a new world record for most barefoot marathons run by one man. According to Perusset, race organizer Charlie Alewin…
Two days after grubbing on turkey, stuffing and other Thanksgiving fixings, a bevy of Sharks splashed into the Shark Tank at Malibu High for a holiday tradition.
The Pepperdine Waves men’s water polo squad, champs of the Golden Coast Conference, will hit the pool against UC Davis in the quarterfinals of the NCAA Water Polo Championships in Stockton on Dec. 5.
The annual Malibu Half-Marathon and 5K took place at Zuma Beach last weekend on Sunday, Nov. 3, bringing hundreds of runners to compete for a good cause—proceeds went to the Boys & Girls Club of Malibu. Last year, charitable partners received $30,000 from the running event, a total race …
Malibu High School boys water polo hosted Villanova at the MHS pool on Thursday, Oct. 24. The Sharks have one more match left this season, against Samohi on Friday, Nov. 1.
Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer team head coach Tim Ward has a simple message for the Waves with three games left on their regular season schedule and a chance to qualify for the NCAA’s Women’s College Cup available: “Let’s get better.”
The reigning Universal Tennis Rating/Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Player of the Month added another tournament championship to her resume last weekend.
Pepperdine Waves tennis player Ashley Lahey captured her second tournament championship in two events last weekend. And the 2018 NCCA Singles Championship runner-up wasn’t the lone Wave to win a title. Lahey came into the tournament just one week after winning the Oracle/ITA Masters on Sept. 29.
The Malibu Seawolves swim team hosted its first home meet of the season at the Malibu pool last Saturday, Oct. 6. The Seawolves-only meet featured talented Malibu swimmers in elementary and high school.
Life Rolls On Founder Jesse Billauer just won the US Adaptive Surfing Championships in Oceanside. He will go on represent Team USA in the ISA World Adaptive Surfing Championships later this year. Pictured, from left (back row): Jessica Armes, Matt Diamond and Skylar Peak, (front row): Life R…
Pepperdine Waves women’s indoor volleyball head coach Scott Wong did not have a ton of advice to give to his squad after they dropped the second set of their home matchup against the Santa Clara Broncos on Sept. 28.
In a sport primarily known for athletes making astounding moves with their feet, a play Pepperdine Waves women’s soccer standout Isabel Nelson made with her head earlier this month netted the Waves one of the biggest wins in program history and her another honor to her growing list of colleg…
Malibu High School students celebrated the annual homecoming football game with a parade of floats, performances by the school’s pep band and drum corps, an MHS dance team routine and the crowning of this year’s homecoming king and queen, Chase Kelly and Tiare O’Herlihy. The football team wa…
The Malibu High Sharks boys water polo team finished its yearly tournament on Sept. 14 with more than a pair of victories—the squad scored a feeling of togetherness.
Malibu brothers Jordan and Grant Janov just won the Lowell North Perpetual Trophy in a major regatta in San Diego earlier this month. Jordan, 13, and Grant, 16, have been competitive sailors for just a few years, considering their young ages. After a year together sailing as a team, their la…
Malibu High Sharks girls volleyball players Lucia Granados and Maya Mellberg shot off toward the edge of the court to keep the ball in play at one point during their contest against a team from Chaminade High recently. One of the Sharks knocked the ball back to their teammates and, after a f…
When the Pepperdine Waves men’s and women’s golf squads tee off their seasons this month, they will find themselves ranked amongst the top teams in college golf.
A 250-mile ocean paddle relay passed its baton through Malibu in August, involving lifeguards and junior lifeguards from more than 25 agencies. The relay ended this past weekend at El Refugio State Beach in Gaviota, after beginning at Imperial Beach, near the Mexican border, in June.
Malibu High School football players took to the gridiron last week with new coach Steve Hernandez to begin training for the upcoming fall season. This year will mark a change in the Malibu tradition, with boys playing “eight-man” football instead of the usual 11-man squad.
When members of the Malibu High Sharks girls volleyball team took the court for matches at last year’s Queen’s Court Tournament in Anaheim, the squad of mostly burgeoning volleyball players looked the part—inexperienced and unsure of themselves, especially in the midst of the numerous top Ca…
Australian Timmy Garrett has competed in endurance competitions around the globe. In stages of ultra-triathlons, the 57-year-old has run from New York’s state capital to Times Square and swam Cook Strait, the waterway that separates the North and South Islands of New Zealand.
Pepperdine Waves women’s volleyball player Hana Lishman’s journey to representing the red, white and blue on the volleyball court began over a decade ago and over 2,500 miles away.
Five days after the Pepperdine Waves beach volleyball team concluded another successful season, two members of the squad continued spiking and volleying their way to victories on the sand.
The first time DeLisha Milton-Jones stepped on a basketball court adorned in red, white and blue, she was a college hoops standout from the University of Florida grabbing boards and getting buckets for a Team USA squad in Italy.
Due to a lack of committed players, Malibu High School is moving to an eight-man football team from an 11-man team, sparking complaints from parents and students.