Tag Archives: Santa Monica

World Cup champions to Lighthouse soccer

Posted on 10. Dec, 2017 by .

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By Nicholas Knapp, LCA freshman – Two players on our team are from Japan, and two are from Africa. The captain is from Turkey. And I’m from the best soccer playing country in the world — Germany. I mean, who could dispute the last World Cup (2014) in which my second country (but speakers of more »

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National Honor Society chapter now at LCA

Posted on 12. Nov, 2017 by .

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By Alexis Lyons, LCA junior – The Lighthouse Christian Academy launched a National Honor Society chapter and started with a day of service on Veteran’s Day. Students helped prepare and deliver meals to homeless vets and other homeless in Santa Monica. The National Honor Society is a national organization that recognizes outstanding high school students. more »

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Great at football? Thank basketball

Posted on 05. Nov, 2017 by .

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By Garrett Lahood, LCA sophomore – His grandpa played in the NFL. His muscle-bound dad was also a football freak. But it was basketball that made Marcus Scribner great at football. Yes, basketball. As the Lighthouse Christian Academy trounced Bellarmine-Jefferson High School 50-28 on Oct. 28, Marcus again showed the fancy footwork that has made more »

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Wut? Was that the soccer player making smackdowns against Bloomington?

Posted on 11. Oct, 2017 by .

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LCA gets crushed by disciplined Blooington Christian School, but there were bright spots Countless times Erhan Mehric destroyed his opponents — on video games. On Sept. 30, he destroyed them in real life. No, it wasn’t another rampage of mass murder. It was a rampage of mass tackles. The frail Lighthouse soccer player chased down more »

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Girls volleyball needs to overcome intimidation

Posted on 14. Sep, 2017 by .

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By Rudee Becerra and Magalea Chiesa After a year of reconstruction, LCA’s volleyball team has lost its first four matches against some of the league’s best teams but is building towards some wins. “Honestly, we have not been communicating and our ball control hasn’t been the best,” said Alexis Lyons, our junior outside hitter. “Even more »

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