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California Highschooler Breaks 4min Indoors
Colin Sahlman and Lex Young, both of Newbury Park High School in California, and BYU pole vaulter Zach McWhorter turned in outstanding performances at The Armory’s New Balance Track & Field Center during the Dr. Sander Invitational Columbia Challenge. Photos of Young and Sahlman by John Nepolitan. California high... Read more
Girls Water Polo: Newport Harbor 14, Bishop’s 9
SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – First round of Division I playoffs takes us to Bishop’s hosting Newport Harbor. Despite Bishop’s Sofia Holman and Kendall Wyer both posting a tough effort, the duo and the rest of the Bishop’s squad could not over take Newport Harbor. Newport Harbor finishes on top,... Read more
Press-Telegram Softball Top 10 rankings, Feb. 21
The Press-Telegram’s rankings of the top high school softball teams in the Long Beach area. SOFTBALL TOP 10 (Records through Tuesday, Feb. 20) 1. La Mirada (3-1) The Matadores staked further claim to their No. 1 ranking with big wins against No. 2 Los Alamitos and No. 4 Millikan... Read more
Chaffey College men’s basketball team defeats Mt. San Jacinto College, clinches IEAC championship
SAN JACINTO — For about 25 minutes Wednesday night, the Mt San Jacinto College men’s basketball team went shot for shot with Chaffey College in a critical Inland Empire Athletic Conference matchup. Chaffey’s up-tempo pace eventually was the deciding factor, as the Panthers went on a 19-6 run in... Read more
Daily News boys basketball: Preview of Harvard-Westlake’s matchup in CIF-SS Open Division final
Before the start of the season, the Harvard-Westlake boys basketball team identified three overarching objectives for the year. Having already accomplished their first goal of a Mission League title, the Wolverines will have the opportunity to check off their second goal, a CIF Southern Section Open Division championship. The... Read more
CCS boys soccer: Stevenson, King City Monterey, Alvarez advance to divisional finals
PEBBLE BEACH — For a soccer program that’s in uncharted waters, a sense of unfulfillment remained a topic of conversation. Oh, Stevenson was jubilant in its 1-0 win over Milpitas Wednesday to advance to the programs first ever Central Coast Section Division V boys title game. Yet, there’s unfinished... Read more
Solomon Tucker, Jalen Cunningham pace Cabrillo’s basketball team past MPC | Local Roundup
Sophomore forward Solomon Tucker and freshman guard Jalen Cunningham each scored 15 points, and the Cabrillo College men’s basketball team knocked off Monterey Peninsula 83-74 in the teams’ Coast Conference South Division game Wednesday night. Seahawks coach James Page said the Seahawks, looking to snap their first losing streak... Read more
Alec Blair’s fourth-quarter takeover leads De La Salle past Branson, secures Spartans’ spot in NCS Open Division final
CONCORD — With the game in the balance heading into the fourth quarter, De La Salle forward Alec Blair knew exactly what he had to do to take over the game. “When I saw the game was close I said ‘It’s time to take over like Patrick Mahomes,’ ”... Read more
NorCal Baseball 2024 | Players To Watch
Another Highly Touted Collection Of NorCal Baseball Talent Is Set To Make An Impact Across The Region In 2024 PICTURED ABOVE: Will Mountz of Bellarmine-San Jose. As usual, talent isn’t tough to find on diamonds across Northern California, and 2024 looks like another banner year for high school baseball... Read more
No. 2 seed Aptos boys upset by No. 7 Burlingame in D-III quarterfinals | CCS basketball roundup
Junior guard Isaiah Ackerman scored a team-high 13 points, but the No. 2 Aptos High boys basketball team was upset by No. 7 Burlingame 47-43 in the Central Coast Section Division III quarterfinals on Tuesday night. Aptos trailed 25-22 at the half and 37-29 after three quarters. “We played... Read more
NEW Girls BB State TOP 35 Rankings
This was a week of “almost” when it came to making some tweaks in the first 13 spots but in the end the decision was keep those teams intact heading into the final week of section playoffs. However, after that we had some upsets that caused some movement and... Read more
Jalen Stokes’ clutch shot making denies Liberty, sends Dublin to NCS Division I final
DUBLIN — Jalen Stokes knew the shot was good once it left his hands. With his team down two points and under 20 seconds on the clock, Dublin coach Tom Costello drew up a play for Stokes to go downhill and tie the game with a shot near the... Read more
March Brings Tournaments Aplenty For NCVA
NCVA Volleyball Players Throughout NorCal Will Have Plenty Of Options To Stay Local This Spring With multiple NCVA tournaments taking place almost every weekend, March represents one of the busiest months of the spring season for the Northern California Volleyball Association.  For clubs and parents looking to keep travel... Read more