Tag Archives: Santa Monica

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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That’s how I won the ‘Triathlete’ Award

Posted on 07. Jun, 2017 by .

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By Trina Gratton, LCA junior – At my first Open House, I sat glumly. I watched with jealousy as three students stood to receive the Triathlete Award while I got no award. I determined to win at least that award the next year. When I came to Lighthouse Christian Academy in my sophomore year, I more »

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Trascending the classroom: LCA’s parent meeting is startling

Posted on 26. May, 2017 by .

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By Michael Ashcraft – I finally went to one of the Lighthouse Christian Academy’s monthly parent meetings. The snack-and-chat meeting caught me quite off guard. There’s more here than meets the eye. First, I kept waiting for it to get started while we conversed. After about an hour, I realized it had started and that more »

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When my cousin was gunned down, I died too

Posted on 12. May, 2017 by .

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By Jordan Sheppard, LCA sophomore – Santyone Moore was killed in an ambush shooting in 2015. When he died that day, I did too. Santyone was my cousin, but because of the age difference, he acted more like a father figure. Santyone was in his late 20s when I was in middle school. He would more »

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