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Top ranked Cerritos cruise into divisional finals for second straight season

CIF-SOUTHERN SECTION DIVISION IV GIRLS TENNIS PLAYOFFS By Loren Kopff Two seasons ago, the Cerritos girls tennis team had to endure a long bus ride home from Santa Ynez after…

Artesia ends season with rout over John Glenn, looks forward to next season

By Loren Kopff There was nothing to play for but pride when Artesia’s football team hosted John Glenn last Friday night in the season finale for both teams. However, ending…

Fourth quarter is Artesia’s quarter as Pioneers stay in playoff hunt

SUBURBAN LEAGUE FOOTBALL By Loren Kopff BELLFLOWER-Ask Artesia head coach Joe Veach if he thinks senior quarterback Francisco Galan should be the Suburban League’s most valuable player, and he’ll ask,…

Cerritos still looking for right combination after loss to Mayfair

SUBURBAN LEAGUE VOLLEYBALL By Loren Kopff As the first round of Suburban League action winds down, the Cerritos girls volleyball team is in danger of not having at least a…

Gahr’s offense stymied by Paramount in league opener

SAN GABRIEL VALLEY LEAGUE FOOTBALL By Loren Kopff For the last 24 minutes of Gahr’s home game with Paramount last Friday night, the defense played as well as it could…

La Mirada closes in on second place, rallies to defeat defending co-league champs

SUBURBAN LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL By Loren Kopff High school volleyball teams celebrate in their own ways after a victory, then there’s the way La Mirada celebrated following its come from…

Gahr survives another tight match with Warren, locks down second place

By Loren Kopff Gahr first-year head coach Iris Murray was hoping to keep a bit of important information from her team until after its regular season home finale with Warren…

Penny breaks school record, Norwalk destroys John Glenn to retain Mayor’s Cup

SUBURBAN LEAGUE FOOTBALL By Loren Kopff It was a record-breaking night in several ways for Norwalk’s football team in the 48th installment of the “The Big Game”, the annual tilt…

Norwalk brings the energy in upset over La Mirada, finishes in third place

SUBURBAN LEAGUE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL By Loren Kopff When Norwalk senior opposite hitter Ronawell Touch hit a cross court kill to end the home match with La Mirada this past Monday,…

Artesia @ Bellflower football

SUBURBAN LEAGUE FOOTBALL Fourth quarter is Artesia’s quarter as Pioneers stay in playoff hunt   By Loren Kopff   BELLFLOWER-Ask Artesia head coach Joe Veach if he thinks senior quarterback…

Valley Christian slips back in standings, suffers rare home loss to Maranatha

By Loren Kopff In a match that was decided by nine points, an error here or there could make the difference in who comes away with a sweep and who…

Lady Crusaders scratch and claw their way back for important win

By Loren Kopff After watching his Valley Christian girls volleyball team lose a disappointing match to Maranatha on Sept. 27 in the Olympic League opener, a change was needed to…

OPINION: Community still cares about Cerritos High Football

OPINION: Community still cares about Cerritos High Football

0By Loren Kopff As I was sitting in the classroom of Cerritos High School co-athletic director Robert Adams on the evening of Sept. 19, I was surprised to hear the…

Cerritos High football program to take a step back in order to move forward

Cerritos High football program to take a step back in order to move forward

By Loren Kopff The shockwaves are still being felt around the community in the wake of the Cerritos High School varsity football team being relegated to play as a junior…

WEEK FIVE HS FOOTBALL: Valley Christian still searching for light at end of tunnel

By Loren Kopff Murphy’s Law was definitely in effect for Valley Christian’s football team in the month September. Since an opening season victory against Duarte back on Aug. 31, the…

Gahr experiments with new lineup as league season approaches

By Loren Kopff HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS VOLLEYBALL With the San Gabriel Valley League’s first match being played on Sept. 27 against Paramount, Gahr first-year head coach Iris Murray used this…

NBA Player Matt Barnes pleads no contest in two misdemeanor cases

TORRANCE – Former Los Angeles Laker Matt Barnes pleaded no contest today to two misdemeanor charges of unlicensed driver and resisting arrest, the District Attorney’s Office announced. Barnes, 32, was…

Cerritos High football program to take a step back in order to move forward

Cerritos High football program to take a step back in order to move forward

By Loren Kopff The shockwaves are still being felt around the community in the wake of the Cerritos High School varsity football team being relegated to play as a junior…

La Mirada’s Luatua, Myres foils Norwalk’s upset bid in final minutes

Suburban League Football By Loren Kopff LA MIRADA-The Suburban League opened in classic fashion last Friday night with two teams that are favored to win the circuit in six more…

La Puente High School Athletic program rocked with possible criminal hazing allegations

UPDATE/Correction 11:05 pm, MONDAY– According to a live news broadcast, three minor male students and one 18-year-old student from La Puente High have been questioned about committing criminal acts associated…