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BOYS SOCCER – Slow start leads to emphatic finish for Artesia in season opener against Gahr

BOYS SOCCER – Slow start leads to emphatic finish for Artesia in season opener against Gahr

December 1, 2021 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter   After two scrimmages against two of the tougher teams the San Gabriel Valley League has to offer, it was…

CORONA DEL MAR TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT – Cerritos girls basketball manages early season challenge, takes third place in tournament

CORONA DEL MAR TIP-OFF TOURNAMENT – Cerritos girls basketball manages early season challenge, takes third place in tournament

The Cerritos High girls basketball team poses with its third place trophy from the Corona Del Mar Tip-Off Tournament. The Dons knocked off Newport Harbor High 48-35 last Saturday for…

Pico Rivera’s Pico Park to Receive New Outdoor Recreation Experiences

Pico Rivera’s Pico Park to Receive New Outdoor Recreation Experiences

Image used for illustrative purposes.   November 29, 2021 Staff Report Pico Rivera announced today the start of two large projects at Pico Park, located at 9528 Beverly Boulevard, that…

USC Hires Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley As Next Head Coach: Report

USC Hires Oklahoma’s Lincoln Riley As Next Head Coach: Report

The University of Southern California has reportedly hired OU Coach Lincoln Riley as its next head football coach, sources confirmed to the Athletic‘s Bruce Feldman. “Lincoln Riley is leaving OU to…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – Defense carries Whitney girls basketball to third straight win to begin season

  Whitney High sophomore Kylie Wang sets a screen for junior Kayla Hamakawa as she drives around a Lakewood High defender in last Friday night’s 52-33 win. While Hamakawa scored…

’21-’22 BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW – Artesia to challenge Cerritos for league title while teams look to rebound from short season

’21-’22 BOYS BASKETBALL PREVIEW – Artesia to challenge Cerritos for league title while teams look to rebound from short season

  November 22, 2021 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff   Experience will be paramount for the area’s boys basketball teams as they either look to rebound from the unprecedented and…

2021-2022 GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW – 605 League Wide Open as Teams Get Back to Full Season

2021-2022 GIRLS BASKETBALL PREVIEW – 605 League Wide Open as Teams Get Back to Full Season

    November 18, 2021 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter   Since the 605 League was formed at the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, there has been…

CIF-SS DIV. 7 PLAYOFFS – La Mirada unable to recover from early mistakes, big deficit in quarterfinal loss

CIF-SS DIV. 7 PLAYOFFS – La Mirada unable to recover from early mistakes, big deficit in quarterfinal loss

  La Mirada High senior running back Amel White is off to the races down the Pasadena High sideline as Cameron Mitchell tries to catch up in last Friday night’s…

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – La Mirada football remains lone area team alive in postseason

NEWS AND NOTES FROM PRESS ROW – La Mirada football remains lone area team alive in postseason

November 11, 2021 By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter   Five area football teams qualified for the CIF-Southern Section divisional playoffs and after the first round, only La Mirada High…

CIF-SS DIV. 4 GIRLS TENNIS PLAYOFFS – Cerritos in a familiar position with second round win against Magnolia

CERRITOS HIGH senior Abigail Yoo posted 6-0 scores in two of her three sets against Magnolia High last Friday in a CIF-SS Division 4 second round playoff match. Yoo, the…

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