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 […]
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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.
You could not of asked for a better performance from Hamilton’s Jericho Flowers and Russell Shaw, Saturday night at the Memorial Coliseum. Shaw had five touchdowns, including four in the second half, and Flowers had a special teams touchdown to begin and end the first half as Hamilton won the LA City Division II title […]
Football Roundup: LA High wins first title in nearly 50 years; Narbonne rallies to take Division I title
It took nearly fifty years for LA High to win a city football title but they held off Monroe 28-14 to take the Division III championship on Saturday at the Coliseum. LA High quarterback Kaymen Cureton completed 20 of 34 passes for 243 yards and two touchdowns and receiver Justin Rogers had six […]
Jericho Flowers return the opening kickoff for a touchdown and return a field goal for another score to give the Hamilton a 23-9 lead at halftime. Flowers also had a 44-yard TD reception on a halfback pass by Russell Shaw. Below is the live twitter feed on the LA City Division II title game between […]
It was during summer practices when Hamilton’s coaching staff boldly predicted that they would play for a city title for the first time since winning it in 2009. Yet they took it a step further by guaranteeing a league title, something that the Yankees had not pulled off in 34 years, the longest […]