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NON-STOP ACTION BEGINS Fall Sports

• With the middle school sports season underway, every Peninsula team is in full action mode. PV Football & Cheer teams begin playoff action next week while high school and middle school teams prepare for upcoming "King of the Hill" battles. Soccer is prime time now, but baseball and softball are also in action with registration for spring sports underway for many Peninsula families.

The Agony . . . Cross country teams from all over Southern California competed at the PV High Invitational. See Page 6.

Scary Reptile Soccer . . . The Dragons and Pythons battled to a 1-1 tie in boys’ U10 Earth Division action at Ladera Linda Park.

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Freshman Panthers Looking Strong . . . The Peninsula High freshman football team is 4-1 on the season. See Page 7.

Middle School Sports In Action Ridgecrest opened the fall sports season by taking on Adams Middle school Tuesday. See Page 9

Big Yellow Ball Is Back . . . Fast-pitch softball teams are back in action for Fall Ball.

Good Baseball This Winter The Angels are undefeated in Winter League play. See Page 11

Challenger Football Hits Peninsula High . . . Challenger Players and their Buddies are back in action. See Page 12.

PV Cheer Squads Show Support Peninsula girls dominate halftime shows. See Back Page

Soccer Hot-Shots Take Over Hill

The fall season is in top gear with teams scrambling up and down the standings. See Pages 15-22


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Find A Facebook Friend This Weekend PV Art Center • "The Facebook Portraits" featuring artist Mike Reynolds opened Friday at PV Art Center. The Palos Verdes Art Center/Beverly G. Alpay Center for Arts Education proudly presents "The Facebook Portraits," featuring Los Angeles artist Mike Reynolds. "The Facebook Portraits" exhibition is at the newly remodeled Norris Gallery of the Palos Verdes Art Center at West Crestridge Road. The exhibit, curated by Joe Baker, will run through Jan. 5, 2014. The exhibition is free and open to the public. To inquire about a PVAC membership, please call 310-541-2479. Members were treated to a pre-opening recep-

tio on Friday. Reynolds is a multidisciplinary artist currently working in the traditional practice of oil painting.

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Drawing on tenuous personal connections through social media, Reynolds leverages handmade objects against online ego to gently prod at hierarchy, privacy, psyche, and persona (both real and imagined). He is adamantly opposed to the use of detached irony in art. The Facebook Portraits has been a year-long project where Reynolds selects subjects from social media (some of the individuals he has met, others he has never met) and then pursues a kind of personal editorial process (part intuition, part following their updates, part hierarchy) as the painting is developed.facebookportrait.210 When the portrait is completed, Reynolds then privately shows the person depicted. If the subject likes

the painting, it gets posted online. If they disagree with the representation/project, the portrait gets “redacted” – that is, disfigured, “anonymized” through a series of brusque abstractions, and the altered work is exhibited. Both types of portraits are represented in the exhibition. Also exhibiting in the Yassin and Walker Galleries, "I Love My Dog" - celebrates the relationship between man and dog featuring historical and contemporary artists to include paintings from the American Kennel Museum of the Dog, artists William Wegman, Doug Meyer, Antoine Bootz and Siri Devi Khandavilli. A series of architectural dog houses from architects and student-

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• Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce shows its commitment to youth and entrepreneurship. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Chamber of Commerce and the Young Entrepreneurs Academy (YEA!) announced plans to launch the YEA! program for the Fall of 2013. The Young Entrepreneurs Academy is a groundbreaking, educational program that takes students in grades six through 12 through the process of starting and running a business or social movement. Students work closely with local business leaders to cultivate and research business ideas, write a business plan, pitch their plan to a panel of investors (think Shark Tank meets The Apprentice meets American Idol), obtain funding, develop their brand, participate in a trade show at the end of the year, and actually launch their enterprise. Through the YEA! program, young people 12 to 18 years old start as students and graduate as CEOs. They learn to make a job - not just take a job. “We are so excited to participate in the national movement of making experiential entrepreneurship education available to youth in our community,” said Eileen Hupp, Chamber President & CEO. “We are looking for creative and motivated students with a willingness to learn and the desire to turn their talent and passion into a real-life business.” Local business leaders applaud the Chamber of Commerce’s collaboration and clear vested interest in the future

of business in the area, and anticipate the benefits of this program will reach far beyond the classroom. The handson skills and real-life training that the students will acquire will be invaluable in whatever field they choose to enter. “We are urging all local business leaders to become involved with the program and act as mentors to the budding entrepreneurs,” said Hupp. By partnering with the Chamber, both large and small businesses volunteer their time and services acting as business mentors, field trip hosts, guest lecturers, graphic designers, web developers, attorneys, etc. Community support strengthens the program, and the academy strengthens the community. The Chamber gratefully acknowledges the leadership support of the Founder’s Circle sponsors for this yearlong youth entrepreneurship program: Malaga Bank and Kinecta Federal Credit Union. The Chamber of Commerce is currently accepting applications for this year’s program, which will run from November through June. Students will meet weekly for three hours on Thursday afternoons. Information Sessions for interested students and parents will be held on Monday, Oct. 14 at 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday, Oct. 16 at 4:30 p.m. at the Peninsula Shopping Center (Space 35, formerly Famous Footwear). Visit the Chamber’s website for applications and information, www.palosverdeschamber.com or call 310-3778111. — email reports

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Learn To Feel Safe In Your Community

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• Coordinating council presents a free community program on safety in your community. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating council will present “Safety In Your Community,” a free community program, Thursday, Oct. 24 at 12 noon in the Peninsula Center Library Community Room. The program is free and open to the public. Speakers will include Captain Blaine Bolin from the Lomita Sheriffs Station Captain Blain Bolino. and a Fire Information Officer from Fire Station 106, Rolling Hills Estates. Discussion topics will include: How to protect yourself and your home; when to call 911; and how to access the many emergency services available to you. Following the presentations, there will be a short question and answer period for the attending audience. This program is co-sponsored by

the Palos Verdes Peninsula American Association of University Women. Reservations are necessary only for those who want to order a Bristol Farms box lunch for $10. Place your lunch order to Betty Reider, 310-377-5831 by noon Monday, Oct. 21. The Palos Verdes Peninsula Coordinating Council, formed in 1956, provides programs of interest to the community and publishes an updated calendar of non-profit events as a service to the community events. The calendar is printed and distributed to members and is also available at www.palosverdes.com/cc. Membership in the PVP Coordinating Council is open to individuals and organizations. The membership fee of $25 supports the printing and mailing of the monthly calendar and the annual Teen Service and Community Service Awards. PVP Coordinating Council, Post Office Box 2304, Palos Verdes Peninsula, CA 90274. — email reports

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Kickoff With Peninsula Pride . . . Celebrating the start of a new

sports season are (from left) Paige and Arch Asawa, Athletic Booster Club Co-Presidents; Jim and Karen Black, who hosted the party at their home, and Jackie Geiger, the event Co-Chair.

Peninsula High Boosters Celebrate Beginning Of New Sports Season The Peninsula High School Athletic Booster Club (ABC) hosted a party to kick off the start of a new sports season at the home of Jim and Karen Black. The 23rd annual all-sports event began following Peninsula’s third home varsity football game of the season against Lawndale High School. More than 300 people, including school administrators, coaches, parents and other fans gathered in support of Panther athletics. The ABC supports all Panther teams in more than 26 sports in which

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Peninsula competes by providing coaching stipends, new uniforms and equipment, as well as venue improvements and maintenance. Created more than 20 years ago, the ABC is a non-profit, independent organization. Its mission is to raise money to provide supplemental support for PVPHS student athletes in interscholastic competition. For more information, visit the ABC website at www.PVPHSABC.com or the ATHLETICS tab found at www. pvphs.com


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Sea Kings Run Sweep On Home Course High School Cross Country

Kick Up Some Dust . . . The PV High Invitational featured more than 15 races with teams from all over Southern California competing on a hot and dry Saturday.

"I Love My Dog" Show Opens This Weekend Continued from Page 2 . . . collectives from the area’s most accomplished designers will also be included. The Palos Verdes Art Center is a non-profit organization celebrating 82 years - proudly providing the Peninsula, South Bay and Los Angeles County with visual arts education, exhibition and outreach programming. The Art Center is committed to its mission of inspiring adults and chil-

dren to create, appreciate, and celebrate art for all residents in Los Angeles County. PVAC is able to achieve this by offering a creative, fun, and vibrant environment - helping to achieve personal and cultural growth for all. For more information on events, classes, exhibitions or volunteer opportunities call (310) 541-2479 or visit: www.pvartcenter.org — email reports

Ready For Some Baseball; Registration Coming Up Little League • Silver Spur Little League will begin registration for the spring season on Friday, Nov. 1. Grab your ball caps and gloves – little league baseball season is almost here. Silver Spur Little League registration will open Nov. 1. Registration will stay open through Dec. 31, with late registrations for T-ball through Jan. 31, 2014. T-ball, Farm, Minors, Intermediate and Majors Divisions will be offered to children ages 4 to 12 years. When you join Silver Spur Little League you have the opportunity to receive professional instruction, play

catch with mom and dad, have fun with friends, make new friends, and create memories for a lifetime. Silver Spur Little League is a volunteer organization funded through player registration and the generous donations of its supporters. Thanks to the devoted managers, coaches and parents Silver Spur Little League has been a part of the Palos Verdes Peninsula community for more than 40 years, serving the cities of Rolling Hills Estates and Rancho Palos Verdes. Banner advertising, corporate sponsors and volunteer opportunities are available. For more information contact Julia Parton at jkparton@msn. com. Register by visiting www.ssllbb. com. — email reports

• Teams from all over Southern California competed on the fabled Palos Verdes cross country course last week, taking on the Sea Kings and Agony Hill. The Palos Verdes Invitational features a unique format where there are separate races for each team member. After more than 15 two-mile races on the course that features Agony Hill and haybale hurdles, the Palos Verdes High cross country team swept most of the boys’ and girls’ divisions.

Meyers Champions Personal Cause

• Peninsula High student puts a face on juvenile diabetes. Ben Meyers, a junior at Peninsula High, was diagnosed with Type 1 juvenile diabetes at the age of 8, but it hasn’t slowed him down. Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Los Angeles recently honored Meyers by naming him a Walk Ambassador for the 2013 Walk to Cure Diabetes. One male ambassador and one female ambassador receive this honor. The Walk to Cure Diabetes is the Los Angeles chapter’s flagship event. There were more than 12,000 participants in last year’s walk. This year’s Walk will be held on Sunday, Oct. 27 at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. — email reports

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Young Panthers Run Record To 4-1 Freshman football

• Lots of talent and a will to win have lifted the undermanned Peninsula High freshman football team to a 4-1 record. The Panthers will face Redondo Union this weekend, then travel to Leuzinger High next week before hosting Mira Costa on Thursday, Oct. 24 at 3 p.m.

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Big Yellow Ball Back For Fall Ball Softball

• The Palos Verdes Peninsula Girls’ Softball League and Cornerstone School are hosting fast-pitch Fall Ball this season. Select teams from the Peninsula, Manhattan Beach, Redondo Beach, San Pedro, Hawthorne, El Segundo and Long Beach will particpate in Fall Ball this season. Fall Ball is a recreational league intent on developing better players for the spring season and is not a competitive league. It is meant to be fun, something all softball players are very good at.

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Angels Look Perfect In Winter League Pony League

• Angels look to keep winning streak alive this weekend. The Angels got a 9-3 win over the Dodgers Sunday to go 5-0 in Winter League action at George Allen Field. Wednsday night the Giants played through the raining weather and picked up a 16-3 win over the Dodgers. The teams will play each other Sunday at noon at George Allen Field.

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Challenger Kids Back For Football Challenger League • Challenger Players and their Buddies return to action with Pop Warner League football at Peninsula High School. Athletic competition and having fun never ends for Challenger players and their volunteer buddies. For Saturday’s football action the Peninsula High football field was divided into two and four teams of Challenger Players and Buddies that played two halves of fun-filled football.

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Peninsula Middle School Sports Season Underway Middle School

• Peninsula middle schools have started girls’ volleyball and flag football competition against South Bay League teams. Miraleste will be at Ridgecrest Tuesday while PVIS teams will travel to Adams Middle School, and Chadwick teams will travel to Manhattan Beach Middle School.

Sea Kings Take Manhattan . . . PVIS opened the fall middle school sports season against Manhattan Beach Middle School Tuesday.

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Raiders On The Move . . . Ridgecrest running back Troy Simpkins gets good yardage on a punt return during flag football action against Adams Tuesday.


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Youth Football Facing Playoff Action PV Football & Cheer

• The PV Football and Cheer teams have one more week of action before Pop Warner League playoff action begins. The Mitey Mite Rattles, Junior PeeWee Predators, PeeWee Chargers and Junior Midget Bears will travel to play the Torrance Panthers today and learn of their playoff seedings next week.

Around The Corner . . . PV Predator quarterback Nate Campbell runs around the defensive end for a long gain against Redondo Beach Saturday at Peninsula High. Palos Verdes Peninsula

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Soccer Competition Gets Fierce AYSO • The regular season is well underway with hot-shot Peninsula soccer teams competing for first-place in division standings. The boys’ U11 Division has some of the highest-scoring teams in Region 10 this season, led by first-place Newcastle-USA, which has scored 30 goals this season. Green Galaxy in the boys’ U9 Land Division has scored 28 goals in its last five matches, while the Heat in the boys’ U10 Earth Division have scored 27 goals in its first four games, including 10 in its last match. The first-place Alien Invaders, playing in the girls’ U10 Space Division, are looking strong with a 5-0-0 record and are already looking forward to playoff action. In the boys’ U12 Division, the Avengers have started 4-0-0 and will spend the rest of the season defending its first-place standing from Rampage, Terminators and The Hammers. The girls’ U12 and U14 Divisions are just beginning regular season action while the PV Raiders hold a slim onepoint lead in the boys’ U14 Division.

The Battle For Quickest Feet In The West . . . Ridgecrest 6th grader Luke Frasso shoots and scores during Rampage’s 5-0 win over the Wolverines in boys’ U12 Division action at Malaga Cove Fields


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T 1 1 1 0 3 2 0 4 2 0

W 3 3 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

L 1 0 0 1 1 2 2 2 4

T 0 0 2 1 0 1 1 1 0

L 0 1 2 1 2 1 3 2 3

T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Boys U10 - Water Sea Dragons Tiger Sharks PV Rapid Riptide Killer Whales Sea Serpents Barracudas Green Lightning Megalodons

P 9 9 6 6 6 6 3 3 0

W 3 3 2 2 2 2 1 1 0

Newcastle-USA Wolf Pack Tidal Waves Celtic FC Privateers Brasil Junior Panthers Fireballs Blue Ice PV Blue Burgundy Royals Ghost Dragons PV Surf

Boys U12 The Avengers Rampage Terminators The Hammers Silver Surfers Hulk FC Falcons The Blob Wolverines

Boys U14 PV Raiders Silver Bullets PVFC Tigers The Avocado Army Arsenal Strikers Golden Cobras PV Frostbites Vipers Mustangs

P 15 15 13 12 10 9 9 9 6 3 1 1 0

W 5 5 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 1 0 0 0

L 1 1 1 2 1 1 2 2 4 5 3 4 6

T 0 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 0

P 12 7 7 7 6 4 2 0 0

W 4 2 2 2 2 1 0 0 0

L 0 0 1 0 2 2 2 3 3

T 0 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 0

P 13 12 10 9 7 7 7 4 3 0

W 4 4 3 3 2 2 2 1 1 0

L 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

T 1 0 1 0 1 1 1 1 0 0

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Animal Reptiles Take Over Ladera Linda Park . . . Dragons and Pythons competed to a 1-1 tie in the boys’ U10 Earth Division at Ladera Linda Park.

The Race For Sugar Is On . . . Apple Jacks and Lucky Charms battled to a 1-1 tie in girls’ U9 Breakfast Division action at Ernie Howlett Park.

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U9 Goalies Be Quick . . . The Velociraptors scored a 4-3 win over the first-place Sharks in a wild boys’ U9 Sea Divsion match at Ridgecrest School.

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Tough Defense . . . Once the offense catches up with its defense, the Burgundy Royals will be set to make a playoff run in the boys’ U11 Division.

Pink Flamingos Standing Tall . . . The first-place Pink Flamingos got a 5-0 win over Hawaii Five-O in girls’ U12 Division action at Hesse Park.

Fierce Competition In Boys’ U9 This Season . . . There are a total of 19 teams in two divisions competing for their first King of the Hill championship.

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AYSO Select Teams Back In Action . . . During the fall soccer season a few AYSO Select teams will compete against other Select teams in the South Bay. PV Dominators’ Ryan Hynes goes up against Westchester at Hesse Park.

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Exiles Conquer Orange County . . . The girls’ U10 Exiles Black team coached

by Luis Morales won the Orange County Kickoff Classic tournament. The team went undefeated in pool play and won in the finals, 2-0, against Pasadea-based LA Premier. The players include Anna Terrell, Sarah Landisman, Isis Valdes, Candace Baik, Celeste Carbajal, Ella Kossoff, Brooke Borden, Harper Skeie, Ava Yang, Audrey Yu, Eissa Quinones and Clara Bommelje.

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PV Dominators Start Off EXTRA Season Undefeated . . . The boys’ U12 PV Dominators got an 8-4 win over Photo by Gilbert Yu

Dominators Take Over . . . Yoojin Kim heads the ball against Westchester.

Westchester and a 9-2 win over North Torrance during AYSO EXTRA Select action. The PV Dominators are coached by Kurt Hay, Vince Prebanda and Chad Soloman. Players pictured from the left, front row: Paul Makinto, Jonathan Louie, Jake Williams, Ethan Yu, Sutter Leach and Yoojin Kim. Back row: Ryan Hynes, Carter Harrigian, Derek Roah, Toni Prebanda, Tucker Templeton and Aidan Hay.

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PV Cheer Squads Set The Standard . . . All four Peninsula youth tackle football teams have a cheer squad ready to entertain and cheer for their boys.


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