THE LOS ANGELES SPORTS JOURNAL WESTSIDE FOOTBALL WEEK 1 POLL Last week’s rankings are in parenthesis. 1. (1) SANTA MONICA (0-1) Last week: 12-6 loss to Los Altos This week: Bye Defense showed how good they are despite giving up the deciding score in the final minute of the game. Only six [...]
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Despite being injured for most of the last two seasons, Santa Monica guard New Williams has committed to Auburn on an official visit this weekend. He was apart of the Viking squad the won the Southern Section Division I-A title in 2012 and advance to the Division I State Finals.
Football Roundup: St Bernard QB Steven Chavez runs over the Canadians; Santa Monica loses in final minute
St Bernard quarterback Steven Chavez is known for his arm but the senior rushed for three touchdowns in the the Vikings 33-13 victory over Mission High, a Canadian team from British Colombia on Friday. Chavez had 81 yards on the ground and threw for 207 yards, including a 38-yard touchdown pass to Malik Crenshaw [...]
Girls Volleyball: Windward’s Cornelius, Santa Monica’s Sato, and Culver City’s Moultrie named to AVCA All-American watch list
Three area girls’ volleyball players, Windward’s Christina Cornelius, Santa Monica’s Blossom Sato and Culver City’s Armani Moultrie are one of 31 Californians to be named to the American Volleyball Coaches Association’s All-American Watch List. The list consisting of only senior players is the first step to be named to the All-American team.
With the first games of the high school football season kicking off tonight, we are asking our readers what westside contest will be the most exciting this week.
THE LOS ANGELES SPORTS JOURNAL PRESEASON FOOTBALL POLL 1. Santa Monica (2013 Record: 9-3) Defense, defense, defense. Senior linebacker Terrance Jackson had 21 sacks last year and a legitimate Division I prospect. Tackle Cayden Burns is another player to watch has he finished with eight sacks in 2013. 2. Venice (2013 Record: 10-3) [...]
Baseball: Supporters of dismissed Santa Monica coach Schwengal demand action at school board meeting
Searching for answers months after the controversial removal of Kurt Schwengal as Santa Monica High’s baseball coach, his supporters voiced their frustration at the Santa Monica-Malibu School Board meeting on Wednesday. More than 15 speakers ranging from parents, community members and former players spoke to the school board during the public comment section of the [...]