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PANORAMA Palos Verdes Peninsula

No. 190 • September 24, 2016

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SMILE, SOCCER IS BACK

Fall Sports

The Camera And Smile Season Begins . . . AYSO Picture Day marks the beginning of another sports season for Peninsula families of all ages.

• The largest youth league on the Peninsula flexed its registration muscle with more than 2,400 players registered for Region 10 AYSO soccer. Peninsula families are back in action for the fall soccer season with matches taking place all over the Hill. High school, Pony League and softball Fall Ball are also back in action. See the next Panorama edition as we introduce our new student interns and publish more good stuff.

Sea Kings Beat West . . . Not Getting Past The Mavericks . . . The Junior Pee Wee PV Mavericks are 4-0 in Pop Warner football action.

Titans Call It

The Peninsula High football team got some support from Rolling Hills High Titans. See Page 11

The Palos Verdes High water polo team opened Bay League play with a win.

PVIT Open House Attracts More Students The Palos Verdes High program continues to grow in popularity. See Pages 2-3

GU12 Find A New Home . . . The girls’ U12 Division will play all their games at Point Vincente school this fall.

Nothing Stops PV Cheer

The Junior Pee Wee cheer squad celebrates another Mavericks victory. See Page 13

FRAMFEST Kicks Off CSL Club Soccer Season

Club soccer matches begin at PVIS, Miraleste School and throughout the South Bay. See Page 22


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PLAY BALL!

PVIT Open House Showcases Program

PVIT

• The long-time science and engineering program at Palos Verdes High continues to grow in popularity and stature.

By Michael Liu Palos Verdes High School is home to a unique program on the Hill named Palos Verdes Institute of Technology (PVIT). PVIT has been an essential part of the school’s identity before PVHS

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Where’s Officer Knox . . . The legendary PVIT electric car is operating at peak performance and has turned out to be really quick, very quiet and fun to drive.

Sea Kings Take To PVIT Program

. . . Continued from Previous Page closed in 1991 and then after it reopened in 2002. PVIT provides an opportunity for students to discover if the sciences, especially engineering, is the right field for them. It is a hands-on project oriented learning program. PVIT differs from many other engineering programs in that students take charge of their learning and spearhead the projects; the success or failure of a project is solely determined by the students. There are currently about 130 students working on team projects in areas such as electric cars, rocketry, cybersecurity and remote control cars. Some student projects have included solar-powered canoes to explosive rockets. Last year, a team released a blimp that left the earth’s atmosphere. The leader of PVIT is Lorriane LohNorris, who is in her fourth year of mentoring and advising budding engineers and scientists. She has one goal for her students this year: “to get more kids engaged with their projects so they really get

the feeling of engineering out of it.” Since PVIT is such a popular and growing program, Norris is trying to expand their workplace. Hopefully in the near future, portable classrooms will be constructed to house all the interested students. Students at PVHS are fortunate to have the opportunity to be exposed to real-life projects that spark and cultivate their interests in STEM.

Spark An Interest . . . The PVIT program allows students to turn their ideas into projects that are designed, constructed and tested by different teams.


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Rolling Hills High School Alumni Strike Peninsula . . . The legendary Titans return to Peninsula High to support the Panthers and the football team.

RHHS Titans Rise Up To Hear The Roar

Publisher’s Note (crazy talk)

It was great seeing alumni from Rolling Hills High School at the Peninsula vs. Torrance football game last week. Everyone was excited about seeing old classmates, celebrating the success of the Panthers football program and enjoying a beautiful September day on the Peninsula. I would like to thank Peninsula High Principal Mitzi Cress for my extra-large “Remember The Titans” T-shirt. I do remember the Titans. And I remember the Marauders. And I even remember the Falcons, but they were in another South Bay city.

High school is a lot different from the days when Titans ruled the Peninsula from the top of the Hill. There was not as much interaction between PV and RH as there is now. There certainly were not as many students transferring from one school to the other, but then we did not have “open enrollment” and the choice of which high school you attended was decided by where you lived.

Extremely Famous People Strike Early

• In less than 5 minutes into the new Panorama publishing season the Old Big Daddy Nikon camera guy is surrounded by Extremely Famous Peninsula People at Highridge Park. We’re going to have a new policy for the famous people photos this year. In the past we would hold them until mid-May and publish them when everyone on the Peninsula gets a little funny in the head about summer vacation. Now we are going to publish them immediately. And we’re going to place them in different areas in the paper. So now check out every edition of the Panorama (every two weeks) to see if you are really one of the most Extremely Famous Peninsula People.

The high school experience is different for everybody and people will have different memories depending on those experiences. I don’t remember either high school football programs leading the way in the South Bay say in the 1970’s-80’s. And I don’t remember the “King of the Hill" rivalry football games to be the center of everyone’s attention. The rivalry games were big for the sports teams, but we also didn’t have the Scholar Quiz or Comedy Sportz competitions like there is now. Back in the day PV had some great basketball teams, and one or two top runners in cross country. But funding for coaches and athletic

programs was inconsistent and neither school could sustain success over one or two classes in any sport. Certainly not the way PV has dominated the Bay League in football or the way Peninsula has dominated the Bay League in swimming. I imagine when the current Sea Kings and Panthers gather for a reunion or meeting 30 years from now their memories of high school will reflect their own time and experiences. Which high schools will be open then? Same colors? Same mascots? Who knows? Things can change a lot in three decades. Just ask the Aviation High School Falcons.

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A Culinary Journey

Paris Restaurant Makes One Dish Worth The Trip By Alexis Ferguson

Over the summer, my main goal was to complete all the activities I listed on my summer bucket list. The one restaurant I was the most excited to dine at was le Relais  de  l›Entrecote. When I traveled to Paris 5 years ago, I ate at this restaurant and fell in love with their dish. They only serve one dish, but they have mastered their one and  only  entrée. A simple green salad with walnuts, perfectly dressed and seasoned, is served before.    The one dish that is sure to please is their steak with fries and a green sauce. In  Paris,  if you ask for your steak well done, to your surprise, you end up with

a steak pink all the way through. To avoid that problem, we asked if they cook the meat differently here and luckily she said that here well done is pink in the middle with no blood. The waitresses emerge from the kitchen with large serving plates of steak, swimming in the green sauce and a mountain of fries. They serve the food over candles to keep the food

warm in small portions so you are able to have multiple servings.   The meat is perfectly cooked, tender and juicy and complements well with

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Palos Verdes Library District is accepting entries for its annual community art show at the Peninsula Center main library. Local artists or art students looking for a chance to exhibit their work to a wide audience should apply. PVLD hosts the annual community art show at the Peninsula Center Library and is open to all artists. Work in all media is eligible, such as painting, photography, mixed media and sculpture. To enter, visit www.pvld. org/artinourlibrary and fill out the online application or pick up an entry form at the Peninsula Center Library.

The deadline for submissions is Sept. 30. Entry fee is  $30 to submit up to three pieces. For high school students and younger the entry fee is $5. Winners of the art show will receive cash prizes. First: $200, second: $100, third: $50, and honorable mention categories. A popular vote will also take place with a special prize. The opening reception for the event will take place on Saturday, Nov. 12. If you have any questions please contact Ketzie Diaz at artinourlibrary@ pvld.org or 310-377-9584 ext. 230. — email reports

the green sauce. This green sauce has puzzled my taste buds for five years now, and I am still not exactly sure what the green sauce is. I am convinced that the sauce is an herb sauce (Tarragon? Parsley? Mustard? Shallots?), but I am still not quite sure what the sauce is made out of, which keeps me excited to eat more. The French fries are crispy and add a nice touch to the dish. A tip is to use

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Freshman Sea Kings Rally For A Big Win Football

• The Palos Verdes High freshman team takes wins and losses in stride before Bay League action begins.

By Dean Porter The Palos Verdes High School freshman football team took on Bellflower High School last week and earned a big win after beginning the season with two tough losses. The team dropped games to Corona Del Mar and Narbonne Hhgh schools but pulled through with a victory against Long Beach Cabrillo. The Sea Kings showed no previous memory of the loses with a 42-0 win over Bellflower. A standout a performance came from quarterbacks Ryan Wilson and

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Rhett Wilken, with Wilson scoring twice and Wilken scoring once. The freshman offense relies on running the ball, so they rarely pass. The young Sea Kings scored all six touchdowns against Bellflower on run plays and threw the ball only one time. Along with Ryan and Rhett, Julian Alessi and Jake Wilson had a touchdown each themselves. With the win over Bellflower, the Sea Kings are now 2-2 with two very tough preseason games on the road at San Clemente and Cathedral. After those games the Sea Kings head straight into league play facing Inglewood, Redondo Union, Morningside, Mira Costa and top off league play with a game that hasn’t been played in two years: the PV-PEN rivalry game at PV this year.

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Basketball

PV Hoops On Tournament Court . . . The Palos Verdes Hoops 6th/7th

grade team took second place at the “AVAC Back To School Invitational” in Garden Grove. The brand new team went undefeated in pool play and fell short on the championship game. The team is coached by Tricia Olsen. Pictured from the left, bottom row: Sarah P, Shayli A, Melanie T. Top row: Mafalda C, Sofie Z, Melanie H, Rian H and Eliana H.

READY TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS IN A FUN AND COMPETITIVE ATMOSPHERE? Fall is here but it is time to think about the spring softball season! Registration opens on September 15, 2016. An early bird registration discount will be available until October 31, 2016. Practices and games are at Cornerstone Elementary School.


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PV Water Polo Starts Bay League Season With A Romp . . .

The Palos Verdes High varsity water polo team began the Bay League season with a 19-2 win over West High at home. The Sea Kings are 7-1 and will host El Segundo Tuesday.

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Panthers Football On The Attack Football • Going undefeated before beginning Bay League action looks promising for Peninsula High. A strong running game, a good tackeling defense and error-free games are keeping the Panthers busy winning football games this season. Peninsula will play winless Beverly Hills before Centiennial, then host Mira Coasta to begin Bay League action.

Panthers Freshman Romp . . . In The Winning Pocket . . . Junior quarterback Aidan Kuykendall leads the Peninsula High football team to an undefeated record.

Linebacker Sammy Monroy gets ready to make a cold stop during the Peninsula freshman big win over Torrance at Peninsula High last week.

Peninsula Getting In Shape For Bay League Action . . .

The Panthers got a 35-17 win over Torrance last week, and Friday played 0-4 Beverly Hills. The will return home next week to face Centennial High before beginning league play against Mira Costa.


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Keeping The Ravens Grounded . . .

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The Junior Varsity Mavericks defense came up big to stay undefeated in Pop Warner football action.

Mavericks Cheer Squad Comes Up Big . . . The Pee Wee Mavericks cheer squad has what it takes to support fans and players on the field.


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PV Mavericks Defend The Hill

Pop Warner

• The Junior Pee Wee PV Mavericks are leading Peninsula Pop Warner football teams with an undefeated record. The Junior Varsity PV Mavericks are also having a good season in a tough division while the Red Mavericks and Gold Mavericks are dominating the Bobcat Division. Peninsula teams only have three regular season games left before the L.A. County Pop Warner playoffs begin. The Mavericks will take on South Bay rivals the Torrance Panthers and the Redondo Beach Seahawks at Palos Verdes High.

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AYSO Picture Day Opens Fall Sports Region 10 AYSO

The Smile Season . . . The beginning of the school year and the beginning of the fall sports season brings out the cameras for everyone.

• Hundreds of teams and thousands of players had their pictures taken at the annual AYSO Picture Day event at Peninsula High School. Boys and girls teams from U9 to U14 are playing matches all over the Peninsula during the fall season in hopes of competing for a King or Queen of the Hill championship in December. There are also several AYSO high school U18 teams playing this fall with players getting ready for the high school season. And there are the U6, U7 and U8 teams laughing, giggling and competing hard like all good players do.

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walking soccer ball with big hands made an apperance at Picture Day.

Like First Day Of School, But A Lot Better . . . The Peninsula High baseball field once again played host for one of the biggest days on the Hill. Palos Verdes Peninsula

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AYSO Region 10 2016 Fall Standings

Girls U11

Girls U9

P 6 Cherry Bombers BerryBlueGobstoppers 6 6 Mighty Mints 6 Jolly Ranchers 3 Candy Crushers 3 Candy Kickers 0 Hurricanes 0 Bubblegum Bandits 0 Green Gummies 0 Purple Nerds

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Girls U10 Animal Electric Eels Flamingos Panthers Blue Hurricanes Red Foxes Foxy Moxies

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Girls U10 Weather

P 3 Navy Hurricanes 3 Strom GoldenLightningStrikrs 3 0 Lightning Bolts PurpleLightningStrikrs 0 0 PV Force

W 1 1 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 2 L 0 0 0 1 1 1 L 0 0 0 1 1 1

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 0

Heinze Ice Breakers Black Widows Orange Crush Candy Crushers Red Pandas Shirazian

Girls U12 Dash PSG Purple Reign Flash Spirit Stars & Stripes

Girls U14 P!nk Liverpool Barnes The Blues Eye of the Tiger HeadBangers

P 3 3 1 1 0 0 0

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T 0 1 0 0 1 0

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W 2 1 1 0 0 0

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T 0 1 0 2 1 0

Boys U9 EPL Killer Whales Blue Sharks Titans Sunburst FC The Gallaxy Silver Bullets Lasers Koch

P 3 3 0 0 0 0 0

Boys U9 MLS

Yellow Jackets Riptide PV Heat PV United Dynamos White Lightning Barracudas Tornadoes

P 3 3 3 0 0 0 0 0

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Boys U10 Premier PSG Manchester City Plymouth Arsenal Ajax Manchaster United Wolfsburg SSC Napoli

P 3 3 3 3 0 0 0 0

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Boys U10 Champions Bayern Munich Juventus Liverpool Inter Milan Barcelona Real Madrid AC Milan Leicester City

Boys U12 Vikings Arsenal PV Wold Pack Spartans Orange Crush The Green Machine Blue Tsunami PV Savages

Boys U14 Raptors X-Wings PV Lightning PV Phantom PV Hurricanes Thunderbolts Hornets Black Widows Zepplins South Bay Spitfire

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W 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

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Up Close Shot And A Mighty Save . . . Goalies save the day again.

Scores Stay Low In GU14 . . . The Blues and Eye of the Tiger battled to a 2-2 tie in girls’ U14 Division action at Highridge Park last week.

This Doesn’t Count . . . The Raptors and Black Widows in the boys’ U14 Division started the season with non-counting “friendly" matches.

The P!nk Are Out First . . . The girls’ U14 P!nk are 2-0 after getting wins over Barnes and the HeadBangers at Highridge Park.

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GU12 Set For A Long Season . . .

PSG began the season with a 2-1 win over the Flash in girls’ U12 Division acton at Pt. Vincente School.

Journey To A Crown Begins . . .

The boys’ U14 Division will be 10-team strong this season with many players competing for the last time for a King of the Hill crown.

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cially kicked off last Saturday with games taking place all around the Hill. The U10 Champions Division began their season with games at Malaga Cove with eight teams battling it out to start the season off with a win. There were some big wins, with scores ranging from 8-0 and 7-2. And tight games, such as the game between Liverpool and Real Madrid, with the score ending 3-2. Juventus, winners by a score of 7-2, with four goals from Anton Buck, and three from Austin Brown, will look to continue its hot start this weekend against AC Milan, and Bayern Munich, winners in dominant fashion by a score of 8-0, will tackle Inter Milan, who also started off the season with a win.

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Fall Softball

PV Nightmare Rule Ryan Park . . . 18U Nightmare is 4-0 at Ryan Park for Fall Ball action and will "travel" to Cornerstone School this weekend for more softball action.

Softball Girls Defend The Hill . . . Teams from Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach and Torrance traveled to Cornerstone School to compete against the best teams on the Peninsula during Fall Ball action Sunday.

READY TO PLAY WITH FRIENDS IN A FUN AND COMPETITIVE ATMOSPHERE? Fall is here but it is time to think about the spring softball season! Registration opens on September 15, 2016. An early bird registration discount will be available until October 31, 2016. Practices and games are at Cornerstone Elementary School. This Local Newspaper Appreciates Its Local Advertisers Please Support Our Advertisers


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FRAMFEST Opens Club Soccer Season Club Soccer • The FRAM soccer club held its annual FRAMFEST celebration at Nansen Field to mark the opening of a new Coast Soccer League season. This year’s celebration included a hula hoop competition, fresh food including tacos, burgers and cookies, a beer and wine garden, jumpies, face painting, shirts and shoes for sale and a lot of team photographs. FRAM soccer teams, which play all over Southern California, also held its annual silent auction to help raise funds for tournament play.

European Flavor Soccer . . . For

more than 50 years the FRAM soccer club and the Norwegian flag have been part of the Peninsula soccer world.

FRAM Kids On The Hill . . . Beautiful Nansen Field is home base for the FRAM soccer club and it’s traditional FRAMFEST opening day.

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www.pvba.net

Registration Closes October 1

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FRAM Does Opening Day . . .

FRAMFEST just might have the best opening day food of all the leagues on the Peninsula.

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Feel The Energy . . . Peninsula High football games are filled with excitement and anticipation with the Panthers undefeated record.

PVP-PANORAMA No. 190 • 09/24/16  

SMILE, SOCCER IS BACK

PVP-PANORAMA No. 190 • 09/24/16  

SMILE, SOCCER IS BACK