La Jolla photo gallery
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Photos by Don Balch
A water polo upset, a red-carpet premiere, the return of a prodigal ship, and three days of pink are just some of the action-packed events that are illustrated right here in our La Jolla photo gallery.

Bishop's last minute water polo defeat

The Bishop’s School (16-8) held a 3-0 and 4-1 lead over Cathedral Catholic (22-7) before the Dons fought back to force overtime and ultimately win 9-8 in the last minute of the second overtime period on Nov. 17. Bishop’s Viktor Wrobel scored four goals with Evan Elig and Chris Hewitt adding two goals each. Goalie Caleb Schultz had 12 saves for the Knights.

The prodigal ship returns home

After six years at sea, 86 scientific research expeditions, 1,917 operational days and 338,000 nautical miles in the Pacific, Indian, Southern and Atlantic oceans, the research vessel Roger Revelle returned to San Diego’s Scripps Nimitz Marine Facility in Point Loma on Nov. 16.

A star-studded premiere

Westfield UTC re-opened after a major overhaul on Nov. 15 with a star-studded evening, which included British pop sensation Natasha Bedingfield, above left; E! News correspondent Giuliana Rancic, center; and a city proclamation from Mayor Jerry Sanders (with Westfield Group USA CEO Greg Miles, above right) in honor of shopping site’s revitalization.

Breast cancer walk marches through La Jolla

The Susan G. Komen 3-Day walk for breast cancer wound its way through the city, including La Jolla Shores’ Kellogg Park. Pink-clad walkers and supporters with signs paraded down La Jolla Shores Drive on the first day of the walk to raise funding to find a cure for the disease, with walkers finding every way possible to be creative with their costumes.
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