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It was three weeks after the sports world shut down due to the novel coronavirus outbreak and Oaks Christian soccer player Sophia Prudholme, 16, was still kicking. 

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Twelfth-graders on the Malibu High School boys soccer team celebrated senior night on Friday, Feb. 31.

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Malibu High School Sharks girls soccer hosted conference rivals the Fillmore Flashes on Wednesday, Jan. 22, falling in the matchup, 4-1. Sharks took home a “W” against another conference foe, Hueneme, on Friday, Jan. 24.

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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. 

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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.

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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.  

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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.

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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.

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Malibu High School girls volleyball took on the Fillmore Flashes on Thursday, Sept. 26, at the Malibu High School gym (with Fillmore hosting). Fillmore won the matchup, 3-1.

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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.

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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…

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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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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 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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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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The Malibu High Sharks football team didn’t stop at just one, two or three touchdowns in its shellacking of the Beverly Hills Normans on Aug. 31. Four times in the end zone wasn’t a stopping point for the Sharks, either.

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