Tag Archives: varsity sports

Only tears. Alexis and Coach Delores are leaving LCA

Posted on 18. Dec, 2017 by .


By Rudee Becerra, LCA sophomore — Our beloved student Alexis Lyons and our favorite coach, Delores Hively, are saying their goodbyes to Lighthouse Christian Academy. They have decided to live back home in Ohio. Originally from Ohio, Alexis enrolled her sophomore when she moved to California to be with her aunt (Delores). She immediately adapted more »

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Great at football? Thank basketball

Posted on 05. Nov, 2017 by .


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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In season’s first volleyball win, LCA show competitiveness

Posted on 28. Sep, 2017 by .


By Alexis Lyons and Rudee Becerra, LCA students — The Knights put on strong armor, but the Saints slayed them anyhow. The Lighthouse Christian Academy, in its return to competitive volleyball this year, nabbed its first victory against Calvary Chapel of Oxnard in five sets that drew out three hours. The Saints had to sweat for their more »

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A reluctant leader

Posted on 19. Jan, 2016 by .


By Cindy Gutierrez, LCA senior With two ties and a win last week, Lighthouse soccer is surging under a reluctant leader this season. Adrian Brizuela has played soccer all his life, so it was natural for the LCA senior to be the point man for the ad-hoc team, but it is a role that he more »

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Glory slips through his hands | A loss against Hillcrest

Posted on 09. Oct, 2015 by .


Get that guy some glue. One of the bright spots in Lighthouse Christian Academy‘s 14-66 loss to Hillcrest Christian of Thousand Oaks was a freshman who just became old enough to play. Caleb Zerihum made tackles. He foiled receivers. He ran down ball carriers. He scrambled after Tex Hagoski to provide some key blocking on more »

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