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Mavs Fall Just Short vs. Colorado’s top team

Nick beach, Staff Writer

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March 25, 2015 • 0 comments

Despite number one seed, Mavs fall short in Division II Semis

Keith Demolder

Number one seeded La Costa Canyon varsity boys basketball fell to the visiting number fourth-seeded Lawndale Cardinals 60-46 in the CIF State Division II Southern California...  Read More »

March 19, 2015 • 0 comments

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Despite number one seed, Mavs fall short in Division II Semis

Number one seeded La Costa Canyon varsity boys basketball fell to the visiting number fourth-seeded Lawndale Cardinals 60-46 in the CIF State Division...  Read More »

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Encinitas Park Opens to Month of Success

Encinitas Park Opens to Month of Success

Cassandra Cyphers

After more than 10 years and 19 million dollars of planning, preparation and construction, the new Encinitas Community Park and its plethora of outdoor recreational and sports facilities debuted on January 13th. Located west of Interstate 5 between Santa Fe Drive and Birmingham Drive, the 44-acre park...  Read More »

February 25, 2015 • 0 comments

Annual Winter Classic Debate Tournament Draws Hundreds of Competitors to Campus

Kelsea Critin

Left to right: LCC juniors Jack Coyle, Lindsey Kaiser, Erin Jacobsen and Jaxon Guenther collaborate at the judges table in the Media Center on December 7. Because students help run the tournament, they are given jobs like running registration and collecting ballots from the judges.

Annual Winter Classic Debate Tournament Draws Hundreds of Competitors to Campus

Jade Harabedian, Senior Staff Writer

Students and judges filled classrooms as the 44th annual Winter Classic Speech and Debate tournament began. Hosted by the LCC Speech and Debate team for the 17th year, the tournament drew over 600 competitors from California, Nevada and Arizona. The tournament, which is the biggest fundraiser of the...  Read More »

January 12, 2015 • 0 comments

Two Juveniles Arrested in Connection with Separate Threats Against Torrey Pines High School, Canyon Crest Academy

A screenshot (obtained by MavLife) of one of the anonymous YikYak posts that caused Torrey Pines High School to go into lockdown on Thursday, November 20, 2014.

Two Juveniles Arrested in Connection with Separate Threats Against Torrey Pines High School, Canyon Crest Academy

Amelia (Molly) Mineiro, Web Editor-in-Chief

The San Diego Police Department (SDPD) arrested a 17-year-old juvenile on Thursday in connection with social media threats against Torrey Pines High School (TPHS) that initiated a campus lockdown. The anonymous threats against TPHS were posted on YikYak, a social media app originally intended to allow...  Read More »

November 21, 2014 • 0 comments

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