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LCA track, then and now

Posted on 05. May, 2018 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft — In 2003, there was a track star on the Lighthouse Christian Academy team named Jonnie Adjei. He set three records in the CIF’s Coastal League in the Southern Section that have remained intact up to today. Jonnie, who was from Africa, the son of a ministry leader associate with Lighthouse Church more »

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Agony: LCA watches late football lead disappear

Posted on 24. Sep, 2017 by .

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Ahead 15-6 going into the fourth quarter, the Lighthouse Saints looked like they would win their first game in over a year. They drove down the field. They stopped the Corona Crossroads Christian team. Their opponents looked hapless, while the Saints looked as if all their hard work was finally paying off. The the Lighthouse Christian Academy more »

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Energy beat technical ability as LCA overcomes Newbury

Posted on 19. Jan, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft The Saints wore down last year’s league champs with some pitbullish defending and electric running. Newbury Park showed technical superiority and greater speed for the first 20 minutes but could not break the deadlock bolt on the Lighthouse Christian Academy defense for high school soccer. Sophomore goalie Justin Berry leaped like Superman more »

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Red Fury opens scoring in 7-2 win against Westmark

Posted on 18. Jan, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft His soccer coach in middle school called him the Red Fury, the moniker of the Spanish national team which won two Euro Cups and one World Cup in their iconic red jerseys. His hair is fiery red. His feet are fiery too – fiery fast. Freshman Levi Photenhauer opened the scoring in more »

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The golden generation

Posted on 25. Sep, 2016 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft This was the class that reduced teachers to tears. But something happened in the intervening years to our current crop of freshmen. The former devil-may-care rascals stopped creating classroom chaos, stopped ditching homework assignments and stopped terrorizing teachers. They started speaking respectfully to adults, started improving their academics and started serving at more »

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