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As Tritons go Division I, Earl Edwards wants to use his platform to promote social change.

After several rounds of questions, authorities issued clarification about the use of golf carts on San Diego County courses newly reopened after a coronavirus-driven shutdown.

As businesses considered nonessential during the coronavirus pandemic continue mandated closures, many are exhausting all means to keep providing their services to the community and stay open.

In addition to reviewing its Visioning Committee’s proposed plans, the La Jolla Recreation Center Advisory Group (RAG) also discussed the addition of pickleball lines on the existing basketball courts to provide play space for both sports during its Feb. 26, 2020 meeting. The courts, which underwent asphalt repair in November 2019 and have had blank floors since, will be lined for both games simultaneously the week of March 9, based on the RAG’s decision. Pickleball is a fast-growing paddleball sport that combines elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis.

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La Jolla High School’s varsity girls cross-country team competed for the win in the 2019 California CIF state championship Nov. 30 at Woodland Park in Fresno. Head coach Mandy Benham said the first team is the first to qualify for the state championship meet since 2008. The girls competed in the division for race and came in 19th out of 25 teams. Sophmore Emma Valenzuela said: “It was a great experience to be part of the state meet and it was exciting to see some of the fastest runners in California!”

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