Punch My Ticket: Zafir Williams

We like what we see early on from the Long Beach Poly Jackrabbits: their ability to play as a team.  Egos can sometimes get in the way of a basketball championship - players looking to get theirs and not having the teams' best interest at hand.  When watching the Jackrabbits do their 'thang', it seems... Continue Reading →

St. John Bosco Tourney: BM vs LBP

Bishop Montgomery and Long Beach Poly, who were both missing a few pieces, took to the hardwood floor for a preseason match-up at the St. John Bosco tourney, held Saturday, October 22, 2016.  Poly came away with the W and looks to be in full effect this season, as they've found that magic touch -... Continue Reading →

High School Football: Hawkins vs Dorsey

Thursday night proved that you don't have to leave the hood to make an impact on the football field and get that elusive College Scholarship.  That definitely was on display Thursday night as two top teams in the City Section came out and showed out. PopScout High School Thursday Night Football features Dorsey High vs... Continue Reading →

HS Football: Developing young talent

Coach Eric Scott is a staple in the Inner City Community.  He's coached and played football at Crenshaw High, Centennial High in Compton, and now he leads the Los Angeles Romans, who have one of the best up and coming football programs in the City Section. Haters might be saying...and ?  But remember, or maybe... Continue Reading →

Narbonne Gauchos – Ones to Watch

Hold up wait a minute.  Teams who think they're a lock to win the City Section Championship this year, better keep an eye out on the 2016 City Champion Narbonne Gauchos. Their squad looked pretty darn good at the Dorsey Fall League hosted by the Dons and Coach Gibs'.  The Gauchos don't possess a lot... Continue Reading →

Sitdown with Gianni Hunt

Shot callers.  Those who handle the rock on a day to day basis and are an extension of the Head Coach.  Point Guards these days must have the ability to run the show, make their teammates better, as well as score the rock.  6'2 PG Gianni Hunt handles the PG duties for Bishop Montgomery -... Continue Reading →

OTW: Darren Jones Class of 2019

Ones to Watch: The talent pool is rich and deep on the West Coast.  The Pangos All FROSH SOPH Camp held at Cerritos College Sept. 24-25, 2016 was an indication of such.  Underclassmen from across Western States showed up and showed out - showcasing skillsets that seniors would love to have.  One player that stood... Continue Reading →

Sitdown with Isaiah Mobley

The Inland Empire is showing that they're not just a powerhouse in football. When it comes to round ball, they also have some legitimate talent on the hardwood floor as well.  6'8 Stretch 4 (and we do mean a stretch 4) Isaiah Mobley will be a top NBA draft pick when it's all said and... Continue Reading →

The Next Big Thing: Jonathan Juzang

The Next Big Thing.  High School basketball  -and sports in general -  is a revolving door, allowing anyone who has the skillsets - and the ability to step their game up -to become the next big thing.  Freshman Jonathan Juzang staked his claim at the recent Pangos AlL FROSH SOPH Camp held September 24-25, 2016... Continue Reading →

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