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Tuesday, February 18, 2020
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Despite loss, Sharks boys basketball encouraged at season’s end
Senior Ari Jordanou plays Thursday, Feb. 6, as the Sharks host Carpinteria on senior night. Photos by Dana Rubin/Surfside News
Malibu High School boys basketball coach Larry Furlong gathers with senior players (left to right) Justin Pilot, Ryan Ross, Ari Jordanou, Graeme MacPherson and Elijah Shayne on Thursday, Feb. 6.
Fans hold up big head cutouts of the team’s seniors.
Malibu woman missing, last seen Saturday, Feb. 8
Update: Police still seeking suspect responsible for Feb. 8 sexual assault; Pepperdine issues alert
Updated: Search efforts for missing Malibu woman have thus far included helicopters, canines
Update: Family reunites with 20-year-old previously reported as missing
GoFundMe launched for longtime Malibu journalist who was diagnosed with malignant melanoma
Jeremy Shermak, Freelance Reporter
9:46 pm PST February 7, 2020
There are moments in sports when celebrations do not always require victory.
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