Boys Basketball: Fairfax Cruises Past University

Fairfax Jr. Guard Donald Gipson gets past Bryce Patterson on Drive to the Basket.  Photo by Jevone Moore

Fairfax Jr. Guard Donald Gipson gets past Bryce Patterson on Drive to the Basket. Photo by Jevone Moore

Fairfax (19-0) on the road cruises to a 90-40 victory over University (13-9). University started the game very slow  26 – 7 1st quarter, due to Fairfax’s pressure defense.

Even in a lack luster performance you could see why Fairfax is ranked 2nd in California and 11th in the Nation.

Their next test will be a home game Monday, January 26th against Westchester for the historical rivalry game.

JC Football: SMC’s Linebacker Zach Stern accepts offer to Montana State

SMC Zach Stern (41) meeting LA Harbor running back behind line of scrimmage. Photo by Jevone Moore

SMC Zach Stern (41) meeting LA Harbor running back behind line of scrimmage. Photo by Jevone Moore

The 6-foot-2, 200-pounder Zach Stern has been an outside linebacker for the SMC football team for last two seasons. Stern being a two sports athlete with football and track (sprints 200, 400), now will have opportunity to concentrate on just football.

Stern made his official visit to Montana State last weekend and committed on the spot.  Co-defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Kane Ioane, really liked Stern speed and knack to get after the football. This should be a natural fit for Stern playing Sam linebacker in the Bobcats 4-3 defense.

 

Watson Wins One for the Small Schools

Terrell Watson showing off his stride on this 3rd qtr run. Photo by Jevone Moore

Terrell Watson showing off his stride on this 3rd qtr run. Photo by Jevone Moore

Carson, Ca- Local small school running back Terrell Watson (33) from Azusa Pacific University steals the show and  wins NFLPA Collegiate Bowl MVP. On the big stage with a game full of NFL hopefuls competing for chance to raise their stock. This year the National League team was victories 17-0, coached by Mike Martz at StubHub Center.

Coach and former NFL KC Chief Priest Holmes with game MVP Terrell Watson. Photo by Jevone Moore

Coach and former NFL KC Chief Priest Holmes with game MVP Terrell Watson.                         Photo by Jevone Moore

Coming into this game Watson was making a name for himself breaking  1 NCAA Division II record, 25 GNAC (Great Northwest Athletic Conference) records, 20 Azusa Pacific records. In 2014 season Watson was national rushing leader in college football (all divisions): 2,153 yards. In just three years, Watson  had rewritten virtually every school rushing record, including a handful previously held by Cougar legend Christian Okoye ’86. In today’s game Watson gained 55 yards in 9 carries and a touchdown averaging 6.1 yards.

New Addition For SMC at QB

Narbonne QB Troy Williams Back to pass during 2012 City Championship Game. Photo by Jevone Moore

Narbonne QB Troy Williams Back to pass during 2012 City Championship Game. Photo by Jevone Moore

Santa Monica College just got an offensive boost for 2015-16 season with former Narbonne QB Troy Williams recent enrollment. Williams was two time City Section player of the year in high school. SMC fast pace offensive will be nothing new for this signal caller who will be reunited with his old offensive coordinator Tim Kaub.

This should be a win win for Williams and Head Coach Gifford Lindheim who no stranger in giving good kids a second opportunity if they are ready for the grind.

Coach Voelkel Back in the Batter’s Box

Less then 48 hours later Coach Mike Voelkel has rescind his resignation. Palisades Board of Trustees issued a statement supporting the coach’s right to enforce his code of conduct rules.

So Baseball at Palisades should go back to business as usual, so stay tune for 2014-15 season.

Palisades Strikes Out

Palisades Pictures throws some heat from the mound. Photo by Jevone Moore

Palisades Pictures throws some heat from the mound. Photo by Jevone Moore

Palisades, Ca-A big shake up at Palisades High School, Head Baseball coach Mike Voelkel resigns after seven season at the helm. Voelkel and his assistants coaches resigned citing, “Personal Reason”.

Mt. SAC 2014 State Football Champions of CCCAA

Mt. Sac Football Team Celebrating their 27-17 Victory to claim a State Ring. Photo by Jevone Moore

Mt. Sac Football Team Celebrating their 27-17 Victory to claim a State Ring.                                    Photo by Jevone Moore

Quarterback Justin Alo passed for 283 yards and ran in for a pair of touchdowns while a stingy Mt. San Antonio College defense intercepted three passes and totaled five sacks to lead the Mounties to a 27-17 win over the City College of San Francisco Rams in the 2014 California Community College Athletic Association Football State Championship at Hilmer Lodge Stadium in Walnut on Saturday.

Mt. SAC capped its state championship season with an 11-2 overall record to earn its first state title since 2010 and fourth overall (1997, 2009, 2010).

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