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i i win Team takes second Lions 58-23. From the beginning moot. Avalon has beaten everyone the Lady Lancers showed greatin their league by an average mar- Express league composure and teamwork, gin of 40.6 points. championship They had three players in dou- Avalon will be playing their ble figures; Taryn Minuto 13 pts, last regular season game against Madeline Hiniker 12, and Haley Holy Martyrs at home this Friday, STAFF REPORT Campbell 10. Feb 12 at 5 p.m. Avalon is cur- It was a dominating perfor- rently ranked 3rd in Division 5A On Feb. 2 the Avalon Lady mance by Avalon. With this and Holy Martyrs is ranked 2nd. Lancers defeated Tarbut Valley win against TVT gives Avalon This game is a precursor to a Torah Lions to clinch their second the League title, as Avalon Goes potential serqifinal game for CIE Express League Championship in 7-0 in League and makes this The Lady Lancers want your sup- a row. The Lancers slayed the Thursday's game against Connolly port! Go Lancers! Tourism thereafter. Phone 310-510-7645 to state's global position as the pre- From page 5 reserve a spot. mier travel destination around Tucker handles the Visit the world. Visit California (also style cuisine and a no host bar California industry relationsknown as the California Travel will be provided. Reservations for Los Angeles and Southern and Tourism Commission) is a are requested. Cost is $10/$15 California. He works to help unify 501(c)6 nonprofit formed in 1998. for members/nonmembers if California's travel industry in an to market California as a desirable paid before Feb. 16, and $15/$20 effort to effectively reinforce the tourism destination. III iBm BY TINA KENNEDY The visibility turned very green last week. Temperatures 59 degrees on the surface. The diving is still fun, you just have to get closer. Hopefully once the Santa Ana's have calmed down, the visibility will improve. We still await Mr. El Nino. Remember the Annual Underwater Cleanup will be held Feb. 20. Any volunteers out there? Come to 126 Catalina Ave., or write to cleanupsponsor@gmail. com. "Y Are you ~ writer, or would like to be one for the Catalina Islander. The paper is seeking to expand its editorial horizons. New reportem and guest columnists are welcome. For more information, contact the editor at edito~thecatalinalslander.com or call (310) 510-0500. lllIl! The Bistro is kicking off the holiday weekend with a bang. Chef Grey will be serving up his Prime Rib Buffet and all your other favorites. Prime Rib Buffet :i Thursdays - All You Can Eat - $27.95 Open for Dinner Thursday - Monday 5pm Breakfast .... Saturday and Sunday 8am-Ilam Oon't miss our on-going OPEN MIC NIGHT - 'BISTRO LITE' on Wednesdays, hosted bar by Manager Gabe with a special bar menu that changes weekly! 888 Country Club Drive Located at the Catalina Canyon Resort & Spa Courtesy Shuttle Available Preview our menu online at SeaportBistro.com Call (310) 510-FOOD (3663) for reservations info ?:i seaportbJ stro.com Rappg Oolentine'J Purchase a Brick for the Memorial (i,' Coffee!!! 6 i Friday, February 12, 2016 THE CATALINA ISLANDER