What a way to celebrate. On his 18th birthday Gary Dixon started the Vikings rally, after hitting a two-run triple in the fourth inning, helping defeat Beverly Hills 8-1 on Tuesday afternoon and extend their winning streak to eight. “It felt great,” Dixon said about the win on his birthday. He was one-of-three with two [...]
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Beverly Hills’ guard Ben Cohen has committed to Division III Chapman University, he announced on twitter today. The 6-foot-5, 170-pound senior helped the Normans win a share of the Ocean League title this season. Beverly Hills finished with an 18-10 record. Chapman, located in the city of Orange, advanced to the Division III playoffs this [...]
Former Beverly Hills guard Jazz Anderson has committed to Prairie View A&M, a historically black college in Texas, she announced yesterday. The 5-foot-9 senior received an offer from the Division I school last month and liked the atmosphere of head coach Dawn Brown’s program when she took an official visit. “It is a welcoming environment, [...]
Now that basketball season is over, we are giving fans will get a chance to vote who they think should be the Los Angeles Sports Journal Westside Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year? Let us know what you think and the results of the fan favorite will be shown along with our selection for the [...]
Former Beverly Hills girls basketball guard Jazz Anderson has been offered by Prairie View A&M, a historically black university in Texas. Anderson was an All-Ocean League first-team selection as a junior before transferring to Dulles High School in Sugar Land, Texas, a suburb of Houston. She was the second-leading scorer at Dulles averaging 8.1 points [...]
Below is today first round girls basketball games involving westside teams. Seeding is in parenthesis. All games are at 7 p.m. unless otherwise indicated LA City Section – Division I: (16) Maya Angelou at (1) Fairfax; (14) Taft at (3) Palisades; (10) Hamilton at (7) South Gate Division II:(14) Bravo at (3) University; (13) Sotomayor [...]
In a few words Beverly Hills’ senior Siavash Yektafar put into context how he felt following Wednesday’s 61-58 loss in overtime to Yorba Linda in the first round of the III-AA playoffs. “Disappointed that’s it,” he said. The feeling is understandable.