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Temple City & The Company of Ages Now Available

(“Temple City & The Company of The Ages”, Joe Torosian’s first follow up to “Tangent Dreams”, is available now through Amazon in both hard copy and Kindle formats. Joe can be reached at and also on Twitter at @joet13b)

Arroyo Routs Marshall for First CIF Title

By Tim Peterson (Riverside) – Alexander Peterson threw a complete game to lead Arroyo to a 12-2 rout of Marshall in the CIF Division 7 Final Saturday at UC Riverside. 

Galaxy Comes up Empty Against New York City

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – The Galaxy had their chances but came up empty in a 2-0 loss to New York City Saturday before 22,806 at Dignity Health Sports Park.

South Knocks Out North in Arcadia

By Tim Peterson (Arcadia) –  The South used big plays to knock out the North 28-3 Friday night in the All-Star Game at Arcadia High. 

Martinez Delivers Again for South

By MVS Staff [La Canada] – Chasity Martinez and Nevaeh Castruita again were the difference for South El Monte in its 2-1 victory over La Canada on the road Tuesday in the second round of the CIF Division 4 playoffs.

North-South All Star Game: South Roster

North-South All-Star Game: South Roster 

Bond Takes the Helm at APU

By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Peter Bond, a former Azusa Pacific player and an 11-year assistant, has been named the new head basketball coach at APU. Bond replaced Justin Leslie who stepped down last week to take over as head coach at Midwestern State in Texas.  

Charter Oak Tournament Set for May 18

(Covina) – The annual Charter Oak Passing Tournament is set for Saturday May 18. 

Former Burbank Star Williams Signs with Kansas City

By Tim Peterson (Burbank) – Former Burbank star running back James “Boobie” Williams was signed by the Kansas City Chiefs as an undrafted free agent. Williams played at Washington State after graduating from Burbank and then declared for the NFL draft after his junior year last season.

Antuna Early, Zlatan Late, Sparks Galaxy

By Tim Peterson (Carson) – Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored in the 78th minute to give the Galaxy a 2-1 win over Real Salt Lake Sunday before 20,615 at Dignity Health Sports Park.