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NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW High school girls volleyball winding down with several area teams in great playoff positions

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW High school girls volleyball winding down with several area teams in great playoff positions

By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter October 4, 2022~The CIF-Southern Section fall season began on Aug. 13 with girls volleyball being the first sport to have its events played, and…

MID-CITIES LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – La Mirada battles through unexpected injury, sweeps Norwalk as rare league title is in sights

MID-CITIES LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – La Mirada battles through unexpected injury, sweeps Norwalk as rare league title is in sights

  By Loren Kopff @LorenKopff on Twitter October 4, 2022~Just when the La Mirada High and Norwalk High girls volleyball teams were preparing for what many thought would be a…

WEEK SIX FOOTBALL – Defensive first half gives way to offensive showdown as Valley Christian falls in league opener

WEEK SIX FOOTBALL – Defensive first half gives way to offensive showdown as Valley Christian falls in league opener

Valley Christian High senior Jaidon Carter returns a kickoff late in the third quarter as he tries to get past Rashas Shamburger (#4) and Austin Evans of Heritage Christian High…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – Moncada powers John Glenn to five-set win over Whitney as Eagles improve playoff chances

September 28, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter The John Glenn High girls volleyball team, trying to rebound from a poor 2021 campaign entered this past Tuesday’s match with…

605 LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – Cerritos heats up in cool gymnasium after sluggish start, takes top spot after first round

September 28, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter CYPRESS-Cerritos High junior middle blocker Isabella Dantzler thought the temperature inside the Oxford Academy gymnasium was a bit on cool side,…

Week Five Football- Herrera, Mueller Carry Norwalk To Sixth Straight Victory Over El Rancho

Week Five Football- Herrera, Mueller Carry Norwalk To Sixth Straight Victory Over El Rancho

Norwalk High senior running back Michael Mueller fends off Andrew Bojorquez of El Rancho High in last Friday night’s final non-league game for the Lancers. Mueller rushed 18 times for…

OLYMPIC LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – Valley Christian navigates through Maranatha’s tough defense in hard fought four-set victory

OLYMPIC LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – Valley Christian navigates through Maranatha’s tough defense in hard fought four-set victory

  September 21, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter Since 2016, the Valley Christian High girls volleyball team has had their way against Maranatha High, sweeping the Minutemen eight…

Leading 21-3 at Half, Rams Hold on to Beat Falcons 31-27

Leading 21-3 at Half, Rams Hold on to Beat Falcons 31-27

Photo by Fred Zermeno.   September 18, 2022 INGLEWOOD, Calif. – Wide receiver Allen Robinson II scored his first touchdown as a Ram, rookie defensive back Cobie Durant snagged his…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – Cerritos girls, Whitney boys take first 605 League cross country meet

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – Cerritos girls, Whitney boys take first 605 League cross country meet

September 15, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter The first 605 League cross country cluster meet wasn’t like past league races, but there were still enough runners to have…

SUBURBAN VALLEY CONFERENCE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – La Mirada begins new league with multiple rallies, get past Norwalk

SUBURBAN VALLEY CONFERENCE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – La Mirada begins new league with multiple rallies, get past Norwalk

September 14, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter When the La Mirada High and Norwalk High girls volleyball teams were in the four-member Suburban League, the best they could…

WEEK THREE FOOTBALL – Young Artesia squad shows some electricity in second quarter before lights go out in tie game

WEEK THREE FOOTBALL – Young Artesia squad shows some electricity in second quarter before lights go out in tie game

The power was knocked out during halftime and again in the middle of the second half of Artesia High’s football game against Marquez High last Friday night, but that didn’t…

Santa Anita Park Set to Play Host to 2023 Breeders’ Cup

Los Angeles County’s Santa Anita Park has been selected as the venue for the Breeders’ Cup for the eleventh time. The Arcadia-based venue will stage the 40th anniversary of the…

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – Norwalk squanders numerous chances as Gahr rallies to win five-set thriller

GIRLS VOLLEYBALL – Norwalk squanders numerous chances as Gahr rallies to win five-set thriller

By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter The success of the Gahr High girls volleyball team may lie in its experience of playing deep in its matches. After beginning the season…

News and Notes from Press Row-League play begins for girls volleyball while La Mirada football faces Mater Dei

  September 8, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter The season is not even one month old, but seven of the eight area teams will begin league play in the…

WEEK TWO FOOTBALL – John Glenn, minus head coach and top starters, fades in the second half against Cabrillo

September 6, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter LONG BEACH-On paper, it looked as if John Glenn High would pick up its second straight victory, this time over Long…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW: Artesia girls volleyball tougher in the middle set, but swept by St. Joseph

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW: Artesia girls volleyball tougher in the middle set, but swept by St. Joseph

  August 31, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter  The Artesia girls volleyball team had won two of its first five matches ahead of hosting its own tournament last…

WEEK ONE FOOTBALL: Cerritos special teams has no answers for Woodbridge’s Felix as Dons fall to Warriors

WEEK ONE FOOTBALL: Cerritos special teams has no answers for Woodbridge’s Felix as Dons fall to Warriors

  August 30, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter Give a defense a short field, and there’s bound to be some problems for the opposing offense and/or special teams.…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW Short-handed Cerritos girls volleyball starts strong, holds on to sweep Gahr

  August 25, 2022 By Loren Kopff •  @LorenKopff on Twitter As with every team in the first few weeks of its season, it takes a while before coaches get…

2022 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW – Norwalk hopes to gain momentum in new league while Cerritos aims for fourth straight title

2022 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL PREVIEW – Norwalk hopes to gain momentum in new league while Cerritos aims for fourth straight title

  August 25, 2022 By Loren Kopff• @LorenKopff on Twitter Outside of the 2020 season in which there was no girls volleyball, no one has been able to figure out Cerritos…

WEEK ZERO FOOTBALL: Hicks, Zackery provide early fireworks, Stillman wins it late for La Mirada in season opener

  August 24, 2022 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter LAKE FOREST-It wasn’t the prettiest of games by either host El Toro High or La Mirada High to kickstart the…