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New MHS football head coach looks to grow high school program

August 25, 2015 by Jacqueline Mansky, Staff Writer Sports, High School

Though it’s been a hot summer and a grueling five-day-a-week practice schedule might not sound inviting, almost every day, a new recruit has shown up to the Malibu High School Sharks football practice. The reason: Terry Shorten. 


MHS football competes in scrimmage

by Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor Sports, High School

With the start of the regular season right around the corner, the Malibu High School football team is making its final adjustments before the games start to matter. 

The Sharks competed in a scrimmage Friday against the Hueneme Vikings and...

Sharks survive training camp, prepare for season

by Alex Vejar, Assistant Editor Sports, High School

The Malibu High School football team left it all out on the field during last week’s Shark Camp from Aug. 10-14. 

The team’s new coaching staff put the members of both the junior varsity and varsity teams through a...

MHS graduate Max Watkin pictures success, makes it happen

by Chris Bashaw, Editor Sports, High School

For Max Watkin, visualizing goals is the first step to accomplishing them. 

On the small scale, the former Malibu High School boys soccer goalkeeper said imagining success means visualizing himself blocking an...