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Football Roundup: Fairfax’s Hernandez scores five TD’s; St Bernard’s Harris has nearly 400 yards of offense

Last year, Fairfax trailed by a single point late in the fourth quarter but gambled and failed to score on fourth down from Birmingham’s 1-yard line.   This year, the Lions did not let it get that close.   Fairfax running back continued his dominance on the ground has he had five touchdowns in the […]

Football: Westside football game schedule and picks (Week 2)

Throughout the football season, we are the LA Sports Journal will be selecting our football picks of the week. Below is are selections:

Football: Los Angeles Sports Journal’s 2014 Westside Football Week 2 Poll

THE LOS ANGELES SPORTS JOURNAL WESTSIDE FOOTBALL WEEK 2 POLL Last week’s rankings are in parenthesis.     1. (1) SANTA MONICA (0-1) Last week: No Game This week: vs Palisades   Normally Santa Monica does not need a week off to prepare for Palisades, but this year’s game will be the most competitive in […]

Football: Los Angeles Sports Journal’s 2014 Westside Football Week 1 Poll

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 […]

Football: Venice gives up the most points in the Angelo Gasca era in blowout loss to Chaminade

Venice knew it would be a tough test on Thursday against defending state champion Chaminade, but for part of the first quarter it looked like the Gondoliers could pull off the surprising upset.   After a poor Chaminade snap on a punt led to a safety for the Gondoliers, Venice sophomore quarterback Robbie Blosser connected […]

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.

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