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With the start of summer on the horizon and the school year coming to a close, Malibu kids are hitting the ballfields for another season of Malibu Little League.

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One foot in front of the other continuously for more than 100 miles was all that was on Canadian Gerard Charlton’s agenda while he ran through Death Valley last October. 

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Thanks to a mix of walked batters and stolen bases, the Malibu Little League Astros erased a four-run deficit against the visiting Santa Monica Pirates and knotted the score at six with one inning to go on May 4 at Bluffs Park. 

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There was senior James Havandi, arm extended above the net, slightly tipping the ball down, under the outstretched arms of a defender. There was sophomore Daniel Rafeedie diving for a ball and onto the gym’s floor and then later slicing the ball between two defenders for a point two sets lat…

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Starting June 17, the City of Malibu Community Services Department hosts a variety of day camps for kids ages 5-13 in time for their summer break.

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The City of Malibu 2019 Middle School Basketball League ended last Wednesday, Feb. 20, capping off the season with playoffs. After winning against their respective teams, the two remaining teams—coached by Doyle and Deshautelle—faced off for the title of league champions, per the city. 

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The City of Malibu worked with Malibu Little League and the Malibu High Softball Team to host a softball clinic for local girls. The clinic is part of a series of programs held to support the city’s #PlayLikeAGirlMalibu initiative to encourage girls to participate in sports.

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The Malibu High School girls soccer team ended its season with senior night in late January. While they lost the game against Hueneme, 0-2, team photographer Marty King shared that “the girls really enjoyed playing together when they could.”

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The Malibu High girls water polo team started the 2018-19 campaign in winning form. The Sharks posted a 3-2 record in the Mistletoe Tournament in Ventura and were swimming toward piling up even more victories this season. 

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The Malibu High School girls soccer team was defeated at home by the Santa Paula Cardinals, 2-0, on Wednesday, Jan. 23. The Sharks’ loss, which followed a win over Carpinteria the previous day, was followed by another loss against Fillmore on Friday, Jan. 25.

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The Malibu High School Sharks girls basketball team fell to the visiting Port Hueneme Vikings at home on Thursday, Jan. 10. The final score of the conference matchup was 59-13 in favor of the Vikings, bringing Malibu’s overall record to 4-8.

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Fresh off of a strong season, star Malibu High varsity football players Dovid Rabinowich and Tee Barnes were recognized as all-stars in their league. The two were tapped to play in the annual Ventura County All-Star Football Game.

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The Malibu teams in the section 10, area E division of the American Youth Soccer League (AYSO) won big in early December.

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The Malibu High boys basketball team started its season last week after the tipoff of the 2018-19 campaign was delayed due to the Woolsey Fire. 

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The American Youth Soccer League (AYSO) Girls U12 Pink Jaguars team dominated at playoffs last weekend. 

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A group of burgeoning lifeguards from Malibu is heading “Down Under” later this month to train with one of the best surf lifesaving clubs in the world. 

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Malibu’s American Youth Soccer League (AYSO) U16 boys team came out on top in its championship tournament, which took place earlier this month in Bakersfield. 

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The Malibu High Sharks boys’ water polo team turned in one of its best performances of the season en route to winning a water polo tournament at Oxnard High School on Oct. 13.

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The Malibu High boys varsity water polo team came out victorious in the Conejo Classic Tournament, held on Sept. 7 and 8 at Thousand Oaks High School. 

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Local kids interested in surfing are invited to come out and join the Malibu Sharks Surf Team. The team is open to kids in fifth through 12th grades and officially starts its season this week.

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The 2018 MHS graduate signed a partial basketball scholarship with Westcliff University in Irvine on July 26. Hicks’ hoops dream has always been to play the sport beyond high school like his older brothers Stephan Hicks—who played at California State University, Northridge and is now in the …

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The summer-long volleyball camp—hosted by Malibu High School Sharks new head coach Derek Saenz—is in full swing. Last week, the coach invited seasoned volleyball players, both pros and college stars, to scrimmage in the MHS gym. The scrimmage helped show younger players, ranging from fifth- …

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Former Malibu High School basketball standout Jordan Newt decided to drive and score in one of his two passions many months after his 2015 graduation from MHS. 

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Staff from Aspects Surf Camp recently received a commendation for their work with local kids. The award was presented by Jeremy Wolf, who was there on behalf of California Senator Henry Stern’s office.

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Two Malibu Little League teams—the Braves and the Yankees—made their way to Beverly Hills on June 13 to play in the Tournament of Champions (TOC) games. Both teams made it to the final games; the Yankees came out on top as the Minor League Southern California District 25 TOC Champions. 

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Two of Malibu Little League’s AAA hardball teams faced off on Wednesday, May 23, when the Pirates took on the Cardinals at home.

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The biggest of swings in an early inning and the softest of taps in the last inning lifted the Malibu Little League’s Diamondbacks to an 8-7 victory over the Ladera Little League’s Pirates at Malibu Bluffs Park on April 21. 

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Malibu Little League (MLL) baseball player Sailor Graham imagines stepping up to the plate and then launching the ball out of the park. The fun wouldn’t end when the ball lands on the other side of the fence, though. The 11-year-old ball player said her home run trot around the bases wouldn’…

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Local equestrian Jamie Barge placed 16th among 40 riders at the prestigious Longines FEI World Cup. The top event for horse jumping was held in Paris, France, last weekend. Barge, who is severely hearing impaired, was only one of 11 riders on the U.S. team. 

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