Alumni in the News Archive

May 2011

Publish Date
Stories
Saturday
May 28, 2011
Casillas strikes out 11 in first start of season for the Pupfish
Whenever the White Sands Pupfish sign a new player to the roster, they produce right away. Friday night was pitcher Alex Casillas' turn.
Published in: Alamogordo Daily News ( view article )

Saturday
May 28, 2011
Mix and match on Cavalry's d-line
Jacob Calderon and Michael Hodges Jr. bring young energy to the defense for the Wyoming Cavalry.
Published in: Casper Star-Tribune ( view article )

Thursday
May 19, 2011
Chris Mann back in Westlake
The filing period for the 2011 Westlake Village elections won’t open until July, but Chris Mann, a former council member who served one term between 1999 and 2003, is already in full campaign mode as he seeks one of two seats that will be open in this fall’s election.
Published in: Acorn ( view article )

Wednesday
May 18, 2011
Sarah's House in Simi Valley celebrates birthdays
It looked like a typical Saturday afternoon birthday party, but inside Sarah's House, a group maternity home, guests were celebrating the more than 100 birthdays made possible by the Simi Valley-based nonprofit organization over the past 20 years.
Published in: Ventura County Star ( view article )

Tuesday
May 17, 2011
Moorpark High to get new principal
Carrie Pentis, currently an assistant principal at Moorpark High School, will become principal as of July 1.
Published in: Moorpark Patch ( view article )

Saturday
May 7, 2011
Saving Gabby Giffords
Marcie Leeds '99, the first doctor to treat Gabrielle Giffords when the Arizona congresswoman arrived in the University Medical Center emergency room after being shot in the head, speaks publicly about the tragedy for the first time.
Published in: The Daily ( view article )

Monday
May 2, 2011
Former football player loses over 150 pounds
Like so many other football players, former Cal Lutheran offensive lineman James Hardy struggled with his weight after his playing days.
Published in: CBS ( view article )

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