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HERicanes win Girls' ORD championship

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Earlier this month, Ashley Johnson (No. 5) helped the HERicanes defeat the Aces in a hotly contested fifth and sixth grade championship game held by the Ojai Recreation Department. Despite the stellar defensive efforts of Naya Stroud (No. 10), the HERicanes went on to win the championship game by the score of 25-9. (photo by Holly Roberts)
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Former Nordhoff Ranger finishes third in Scottish Open

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Photo by Tristan Jones/LET

Last week, former Nordhoff High School golf star Beth Allen finished third in the Ladies European Tour (LET) Scottish Open event. Allen made a late push and finished 9 under par for the tournament, just two shots off the eventual champion Isabelle Boineu. This week, Allen is playing in the LET British Open. So far this season, Allen leads the tour in winnings. Through eight events, Allen has collected $109,426.


Rutherford wins back-to-back Sprint Car events

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Photo by Lance Jennings

Troy Rutherford maneuvers his car around a corner earlier this season.

Tim Tuttle, Ojai Valley News correspondent

Ojai’s Troy Rutherford climbed from sixth-starting position to victory Saturday in the USAC West Coast Sprint Car’s Peter Murphy Classic at Thunderbowl Raceway in Tulare.

It was Rutherford’s third victory of the season in high-caliber USAC-sanctioned events. He won a West Coast feature at Bakersfield Speedway March 19

Brinkhoff selected to head tennis program at OVAC

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Ojai Valley News photo by Holly Roberts

Thomas Brinkhoff (back row, right) recently accepted the position of tennis director at the Ojai Valley Athletic Club.

Tim Tuttle, Ojai Valley News correspondent

The Ojai Valley Athletic Club (OVAC) has hired Thomas Brinkhoff as its tennis director.

The 45-year-old Brinkhoff has a résumé that includes coaching Sam Queery, one of the top Americans on the Association of Tennis Professionals

Settem up for success: New coach takes over VPS water sports program

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley New sports editor

Villanova Preperatory School athletic director Ricardo Olivares recently announced the hiring of Tim Settem, who will take over the school’s water polo and swimming programs. Additionally, Settem will serve as a health teacher beginning this fall.

Settem has an impressive résumé, having coached at the NCAA

The fun continues this summer at the Ojai Recreation Department

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Ojai Valley News photo by Holly Roberts

Participants of the Ojai Recreation Department's (ORD) summer day camp battle it out in a friendly tug-of-war session. The ORD has many offerings left this summer for Ojai Valley youth. Visit www.ojairec.com for more information on summer camps and programs.  


Chiefs still top Sundowner League standings

James Casey, Ojai Valley News correspondent

The Sundowner Golf League met at Soule Park Golf Course Tuesday for the 13th week of play. The playoffs are fast approaching and buy ventolin online fast delivery players are starting to find their groove.

Scores as a whole were much higher than normal this week. Teams averaged more than 60 points on the week, which is more than five points

Top Sundowner Golf League teams gear up for final push

The Sundowner Golf League reached the three-quarter mark Tuesday at Soule Park Golf Course. The playoffs are approaching and teams are jockeying for position entering the home stretch of the season.

Shut the Putt Up continued their hot play of late by scoring a league-high 62 points on the day. They were led by Trevor Leal's gross 37 for 22 points. They also saw Rick Dowden and Brock Taylor each score 20 points to support Leal's effort. The team now leads the second half of the season by a three-point margin

Basketball players from three schools join forces for summer

High school girls’ basketball players from three schools in the Ojai Valley joined forces this summer to represent Team Ojai at the Santa Paula Summer Basketball League.

Team Ojai went 2-4 in the six-week league, defeating Fillmore and Carpinteria while falling to Simi Valley, Channel Islands, Royal and Santa Paula, the latter by just three points in a game in which Ojai had just five girls in uniform.

Ojai Valley School helps riders hone their skills

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Photo by Misty Volaski/Ojai Valley School

Sarah Cline, an 11 year-old from San Diego, focuses on navigating a jump with her horse at Ojai Valley School’s upper campus Wednesday at the school's equestrian summer camp. The camp, which offers intensive instruction from 8 a.m. to noon daily, gives students the opportunity to ride two horses each morning and to hone their skills in jumping and dressage.

© Ojai Valley News, 2016


Cash Kenton headed to U.S. Open

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Ojai’s Cash “Money” Kenton is one of 12 youth skateboarders to be invited to the U.S. Open that begins Sunday in Huntington Beach. The U.S. Open offers skateboarding, BMX and surfing competitions and will feature some of the best athletes in the world. Visit www.vansusopenofsurfing.com to follow Kenton’s progress in the event.

© Ojai Valley News, 2016


Ojai Valley residents escape the summer heat with Surf Camp

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Ojai Valley News photo by Holly Roberts

Ojai’s Celes Gould catches a wave during the Ojai Recreation Department’s summer Surf Camp in Ventura. A number of Ojai residents took part in the camp to sharpen their surfing skills and i use it discount viagra without prescription escape the summer heat.

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Ranger football program starting season preparations

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Ojai Valley News photo by Ken Brown

Nordhoff High School’s head football coach Lance Wiggins brings his players together for a quick lesson in this year’s spring game.

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley New sports editor

Nordhoff High School head football coach Lance Wiggins and his Rangers are wrapping up their offseason activities, gearing up for the start of the 2016 season.

“Our dead period started last week and we’ll start getting after it August 3 and after that, things

Low numbers impact Nordhoff summer hoops

Mike Miller, Ojai Valley New sports editor

Summer is normally a busy time for high school basketball programs as they put in work during the offseason with practices and tournaments. Unfortunately for the Nordhoff High School (NHS) boys’ program, low numbers have prevented them from playing in any varsity tournaments.

“It’s been a bit of a bummer this summer because our numbers have been low. But, I have been

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