Friday Brief 4/9/2016

California Mathematics League

Panthers earned a season total of 157 points out of 180 in the California Mathematics League Competition, beating Oaks Christian by three points to clinch the title of first place team in Ventura County for the third year in a row. The six-problem competitions were hosted throughout the year by Math Club, advised by math teacher Jorge Soto, during Tuesday lunches.

Math Tutoring Center

The math department is opening a student-facilitated math tutoring center on April 18th. The center will run Mondays through Thursdays at lunch in room D22.

Boys’ Baseball

Panthers finished second place in the Bishop Gorman Desert Classic on Saturday, April 2, losing the championship game to Bishop Gorman (NV) 5-0. They beat Thousand Oaks 4-3 on April 6.

Girls’ Softball

Panthers won 4-0 over La Reina on April 6.

Boys’ Lacrosse

Panthers won 14-0 over Royal on April 6.

Girls’ Lacrosse

Panthers lost overtime to Royal 12-13 on April 6.

Boys’ Golf

Panthers won over Oaks Christian 381-386 on April 5. Connor Philpott hit a 70 (+1) while Matthew Mangawang hit a 72 (+2). On April 7, they lost to Westlake 362-397.

Boys’ Tennis and Boys’ Volleyball

Games were canceled due to the passing of Thousand Oaks varsity tennis player Bernard Moon, senior, from a science fair rocket testing accident. Students across Ventura County wore green on Wednesday and black on Friday in support of Moon and his family.

Track and Field

The meet on Thursday April 7 against Thousand Oaks resulted resulted in losses for all teams except for girls’ junior varsity and boys’ frosh soph. Boys’ lost to the lancers 84-52, while girls’ lost 100-36.

Coming up this weekend:

  • Spring choir concert
  • 18 Hour Play Festival
  • Jazz Band performance at 59th annual Next Generation Jazz Festival in Monterey, California

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.