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NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW Spring break means no time off for area teams

By Loren Kopff For a lot of high school students, this is spring vacation time. But for a lot of the area baseball and softball teams, they will be keeping…

Recall Campaign Launched Against Central Basin Water Director Leticia Vasquez

Wednesday March 5, 2014, 7:50 p.m.     By Randy Economy and Brian Hews Leticia Vasquez is no stranger to recall campaigns in Southeast Los Angeles County. The embattled Director…

2014 SOFTBALL PREVIEW: Experience and more incoming freshmen lead to stronger squads this season

 By Loren Kopff  If the 2014 softball season is any indication what the future has in store for the seven area teams, then sit back and enjoy the new wave…

Cerritos girls can’t match Mayfair’s intensity, finish in second place

By Loren Kopff Last season, Cerritos girls basketball head coach Arial Adams hoped her team would win the Suburban League. That title went to Norwalk as the Lady Dons finished…

Valley Christian girls finish strong for one-point overtime victory

By Loren Kopff LA HABRA-It wasn’t the prettiest of wins but for Ally Wade, she will block out all of the negatives for a moment and take her Valley Christian…

2013-2014 BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW League titles to be big challenges for area teams, John Glenn primed for huge rebound

By Loren Kopff For Artesia, Cerritos, John Glenn and Norwalk, winning a Suburban League championship will be much easier said than done, especially with the flurry of transfer players La…

Valley Christian does enough to post first round upset in CIF

 By Loren Kopff LA PUENTE-For the second straight week, Valley Christian’s football team bolted out to a two-touchdown lead in the first quarter. But this time the Crusaders were able…

WEEK TEN FOOTBALL Time runs out on Valley Christian for Olympic League title

By Loren Kopff Woodie Grayson, the first-year head coach of Valley Christian’s football team, had a feeling his Crusaders would be playing for an Olympic League title on the last…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW: Norwalk opens Suburban League action with emphatic victory over Cerritos

  By Loren Kopff In a battle of double wing offenses, Norwalk’s football team showed why it is a serious threat to win the Suburban League. The Lancers rushed for…

Valley Christian’s running game stymied in rivalry loss to Ontario Christian

By Loren Kopff Through the first three games of the season, the strength of Valley Christian’s offense had been its rushing game, averaging over 236 yards a game. But when…

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