Chaminade Girls basketball developing a new identity.

Image losing two All Americans off your squad. You now have to regroup and develop a new identity among your team - with a target on your back from dismantling so many clubs a year ago.  That's the dilemma the Chaminade Girls basketball team is faced with, after winning a State title last season with... Continue Reading →

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Harvard Westlake wins Palisades Tourney

Harvard Westlake has been crowned Champions of the 2016 Palisades Beach Invitational Tourney, knocking off a very sound Fairmont Prep team by a score of 48-45.  The squad relies on its twin dynamic duo of Jayla (tourney MVP with 21 pts in the Championship game) and Jada Ruffus-Milner (All Tourney Selection - 11pts) to carry... Continue Reading →

Redondo Union PAC Shores Final Day

Final day Schedule of Redondo Union Tourney. Saturday 11/26/16 Day 4 Auxiliary/Small Gym 10:30am View Park vs Cleveland 7th Place Game 8 team bracket 12:00pm Peninsula vs Mayfair Game 27 15th Place Game 16 team bracket 1:300pm Kalaheo vs Fremont 5th Place Game 8 team bracket 3:00pm Campbell Hall vs St. Bernard 3rd place Game... Continue Reading →

JC Football: LAVC Goes Undefeated

LAVC football is back.  Under Head Coach Robert Tucker, the Monarchs have gone 10-0, looking very, very impressive on both sides of the ball.  They run a no huddle attack that keeps defenses on their heels throughout the game. On the opposite side of the ball, their defense is top notch - ready to drop... Continue Reading →

Sierra Canyon: MaxPreps Preseason #1

Sierra Canyon High School is the MaxPreps Preseason #1 team in the nation for 2016-17...and rightfully so.  The team has four legitimate soldiers in the likes of #1 Junior in the class of 2018 Marvin Bagley III to go along with Seniors Cody Riley, Remy Martin, and Adam Seiko.  Based on their showing at the... Continue Reading →

Reseda advances to 2nd Round

The Reseda Regents won their opening round playoff game against visiting Marshall High of Los Angeles by a score of 43-7.  The Regents are now 6-0 on their home turf and showed why they're hard to beat at home this season.  With solid offensive schemes and a very good defense, the Regents are battle tested... Continue Reading →

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