Hamilton played a tight first half before ultimately losing to LA City Section Division I power Dorsey 50-13. Below are the highlights courtesy of Under the Radar Videos. For the game story, click on the link: http://sportsjournalla.com/football-roundup-fairfax-hamilton-and-westchester-all-lose-in-their-opening-game-of-the-season/
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Football Roundup: Fairfax, Hamilton and Westchester struggle in the second half of opening game losses
Fairfax junior running back Ramsey Hernandez rushed for nearly 200 yards and scored both touchdowns but the Lions could not hold off Roosevelt in a 31-13 home loss. Hernandez also had a fumble recovery in the game. Fairfax failed to score three times from inside Roosevelt’s 20-yard-line. Fairfax trailed 13-7 at halftime. [...]
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) [...]
LAUSD athletic office representative David Siedelman told a roomful of football coaches on Saturday that all first-time incoming 9th grade students would be immediately eligible regardless of what their grade point average was in middle school based on a recent change in district policy. While that news came as a welcome relief for coaches as [...]
The Los Angeles Unified School District will allow first-time ninth grade students to be immediately eligible regardless of their grade point average in middle school, it was announced at the LA City Section Football Coaches Meeting at Garfield High on Saturday. David Siedelman, from the district’s athletic office, said the reason for the change was [...]
Hamilton shortstop Peter Rolon will attend Cal State Northridge as a preferred walk-on, he said earlier today. The recently graduated senior batted .389 this year for the Yankees with three home runs and 26 RBI’s.