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Lions Give Chargers The Boot, 41-38

By Tim Peterson (Inglewood)-Riley Patterson kicked a 41-yad field goal as the clock hit zeroes to give Detroit a 41-38 win over the Chargers Sunday before 70,240 at SoFi Stadium.

Lancers Take Out Dons

By Geoff Hurts [Bell Gardens] РSierra Vista and Bell Gardens slugged it out in the first half. The Lancers took control in the second half and ended up with a 40-14 victory Friday night at The Garden. 

Temple City 2023 Football Schedule

Temple City 2023 Football Schedule

Lancers Beat Moors in Almont Opener, 41-6

By Ron Vrooman (Bell Gardens) – The Alhambra Moors had an audacious plan, attempting an onside kick at the start of their Almont League opener against the Bell Gardens Lancers on Friday night.¬†However, the kick was recovered by the Lancers at their own 43-yard line, and things quickly fell apart for the Moors in what […]

Saints March Over and Through Wildcats

(Monrovia) The Monrovia Wildcats hosted the San Dimas Saints Friday night at Monrovia High School and were run over by a motivated Saints running attack who ran their way to a 48-28 victory.

Braves Offense and Defense Too Much For Eagles

By Duane Barker (Baldwin Park) The Baldwin Park Braves hosted the South El Monte Eagles Friday night and were less than gracious hosts scoring through the air and on the ground dropping a 55-20 trouncing on the Eagles to the delight of the Brave faithful.

Temple City National 6-8 Year Olds Win District 18 Title

(Temple City) – In front of an electric crowd at Al Millham Memorial Field the Temple City National 6-8 year old baseball team captured the District 18 Championship on Thursday night with a 9-7 victory over South Pasadena Little League.


Aaron Donald…the Safety Room…and The Andy Robustelli Thread: 1951-1993

Mid Valley Scoreboard: CIF Finals

High school football scores from around the area:

Dia De Los Muertos: Armando Gonzalez

By Alex Gonzalez Armando Gonzalez was born on May 15, 1961, and died on August 25, 2021. He was buried at Resurrection Cemetery, just two miles away from his childhood home in Rosemead. He was a homer for Los Angeles sports. He loved watching the Dodgers, USC Trojan football, and the Lakers. Not only that, […]