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Late Goal Spoils Galaxy’s Home Opener

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy allowed just one goal, in the 74th minute, but that was all Vancouver needed to spoil the home opener and beat LA 1-0 Saturday night before a sold out crowd of 26,382 at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Cougars Surprised by Biola

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Azusa Pacific raced out on a 16-0 run to open the game but it didn’t hold up in the end and the Cougars fell to Biola 82-79 Friday night in the PacWest Tournament at Felix Event Center.

Rams Fall to Cathedral

By Tim Peterson (Temple City) – Cathedral beat Temple City 8-3 Saturday in the Dave Moore Tournament at Temple City High.

Ochoa Takes Over at Glendale

By Tim Peterson (Glendale) – Long time area assistant coach Jacob Ochoa was named the new head football coach at Glendale Friday the school announced.

San Marino’s Mooney Off to Hot Start

By Tim Peterson (San Marino) – Macy Mooney, who caught every game for San Marino last year as a freshman, is off to a red hot start in her sophomore campaign.

Bell Gardens Announces Johnston as Head Coach

By Tim Peterson (Bell Gardens) – Clay Johnston, the former head coach at LA Marshall, has been named the new head football coach at Bell Gardens the school announced Thursday.

El Monte’s Booth Offered by San Jose State

By Tim Peterson (El Monte) – El Monte running back Davon Booth received an offer from San Jose State Monday he posted on Twitter.

Vanguard’s Dwyer Shuts Out Pomona-Pitzer

By Tim Peterson (Costa Mesa) – Former La Salle High School star Vanessa Dwyer fired a complete game, three hit shutout to lead Vanguard University to a 6-0 win over Pomona Pitzer Sunday at Vanguard.

Galaxy, Fire Battle to a Friendly Draw

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy scored early in the second half but Chicago scored late as the teams battled to a 1-1 draw in a friendly Saturday before 12,782 at Dignity Health Sports Park.

Red Hot Cougars Continue to Roll

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Jake Spurgeon scored 19 points and Terrance Becvar had a career high 16 to lead Azusa Pacific to a 98-69 rout of Academy of Art Thursday night at Felix Event Center on Senior night.