Culver City High School Spring Season gets Going
High school sports are generally divided into four seasons: Fall, winter, spring, and summer. As one season fades into the past another is waiting in the wings, gearing up. This was evident at the Culver City athletic fields last Saturday as the spring season got underway and athletes from many different sports took to the fields to demonstrate their skills.
At Culver City High School, spring sports include baseball, softball, boys and girls lacrosse, and boys and girls track and field. Martin Feinberg, Culver City Realtor, loves to see the students improving their skills and competing against each other, no matter the sport. Culver City Real Estate comprises a school district that takes its athletes seriously.
Last Saturday the baseball and track teams competed against other high schools while softball and lacrosse athletes practiced for opening games this coming weekend. Everyone involved was excited to get the spring season underway.
Boys track and field head coach Jahmal Wright stated that he was pleased with the overall performances for both the girls and boys. The team, which is comprised of 120 boys and girls on four track and field teams, were able to dominate the Ocean League Relays. According to Wright “It was a good start for us and it showed how hard our athletes have been working. What I like about our athletes is they did not wait until the season started to start working. They started in the pre-season. It is going to be exciting to see our athletes’ blossom as the season progresses.”
This coming Saturday the Centaurs will host the Culver City Invitational Track and Field Meet, which starts at 10 a.m. This meet will include Dorsey, Carson, Serra, South Torrance, and Lynwood schools, among others.
Martin Feinberg, Realtor, is sad to see that the Culver City baseball team lost to Woodlawn Hills Taft 4-2 last Saturday but is confident they represented the Centaurs well.