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Gold rush – Agoura track and field superstar Tara Davis on pace for epic senior year

Story on Agoura’s Tara Davis can be found here. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

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Agoura’s Tara Davis poses for a portrait at Agoura High School April 7.

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Kids with special needs become the stars for MVP game

Varsity baseball players at Agoura High School partnered up with special needs students for the 6th annual Agoura High MVP game on Feb. 24. The students were taught how to hit the ball and run the bases as a crowd of students cheered them on. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Agoura High student Francisco Chinchilla raises his arms in the air after hitting the ball during the 6th annual Agoura High MVP baseball game on Feb. 24. The game pairs varsity baseball players with students with special needs and shows them how to play baseball.

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Agoura High student Francisco Chinchilla raises his arms in the air after hitting the ball during the 6th annual Agoura High MVP baseball game on Feb. 24. The game pairs varsity baseball players with students with special needs and shows them how to play baseball.

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President’s Day Weekend Baseball



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers PLAYING HARD - SoCal Adrenaline 13u pitcher Cole Kitchen sends the ball flying toward home plate during the final championship game against LA Bombsquad in the President’s Day Weekend Tournament, hosted by Agoura Pony Baseball, at Lupin Hill Elementary on Monday, February 17.

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PLAYING HARD – SoCal Adrenaline 13u pitcher Cole Kitchen sends the ball flying toward home plate during the final championship game against LA Bombsquad in the President’s Day Weekend Tournament, hosted by Agoura Pony Baseball, at Lupin Hill Elementary on Monday, February 17.

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West Coast Elite Dance Championship



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers PASSIONATE MOVEMENT - Calabasas High School student dancers perform in the Elite group category at the West Coast Elite Dance regional dance competition at Westlake High School on Saturday, February 8. Over 300 dancers from 12 schools competed in groups and solos throughout the day, with the hopes of making it to the state championship.

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PASSIONATE MOVEMENT – Calabasas High School student dancers perform in the Elite group category at the West Coast Elite Dance regional dance competition at Westlake High School on Saturday, February 8. Over 300 dancers from 12 schools competed in groups and solos throughout the day, with the hopes of making it to the state championship.

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Battle of Kanan at Oak Park High

Agoura High faced off with Oak Park in the Battle of Kanan on Aug. 30. Agoura won, 41-35. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

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Magical Extravaganza at Sumac Elementary

IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers WHAT A SURPRISE - Magician Joe Monti amazes 4-year-old Adele Andrews of Agoura by making a white handkerchief suddenly appear in her sleeve during his show in “A Magical Extravaganza,” sponsored by Triunfo YMCA and the Westside Wizards, at Sumac Elementary School on Sunday, April 14.

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WHAT A SURPRISE – Magician Joe Monti amazes 4-year-old Adele Andrews of Agoura by making a white handkerchief suddenly appear in her sleeve during his show in “A Magical Extravaganza,” sponsored by Triunfo YMCA and the Westside Wizards, at Sumac Elementary School on Sunday, April 14.

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The Great Backyard Bird Watch



IRIS SMOOT/Acorn Newspapers EYES ON THE SKIES - Participants in the 16th annual Great Backyard Bird Count look to the skies to spot finches, jays, sparrows and raptors at the Mountains Restoration Trust Headwaters Corner on Sunday, February 17. As part of the international count, conducted by Cornell University and the National Audubon Society, participants note the species of each bird and number of individuals, then send in their data to help monitor bird populations through the years.

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EYES ON THE SKIES – Participants in the 16th annual Great Backyard Bird Count look to the skies to spot finches, jays, sparrows and raptors at the Mountains Restoration Trust Headwaters Corner on Sunday, February 17. As part of the international count, conducted by Cornell University and the National Audubon Society, participants note the species of each bird and number of individuals, then send in their data to help monitor bird populations through the years.

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