Great shots from our own Joe Kling.
Long Beach City College football held on for a 27-20 victory over Mt. San Antonio College in its South Coast Conference opener Saturday night at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Tim Johnson was always the life of the locker room. Coaches and teammates describe the St. Anthony and LBCC offensive lineman as funny, bright and upbeat.
The Vikings will boast players from the Bay Area, Kansas City, multiple cities in Texas and Las Vegas because of coach Misty May-Treanor.
Long Beach football is back. The city had been in a dry spell since Poly won a CIF Southern Section championship in 2012, until last season. We've got previews and videos for all of the teams with everything you need to know.
The local Olympic sports community has been celebrating since last week’s announcement that Los Angeles would host the 2028 Summer Olympics. Outside of the downtown LA site, Long Beach will have the largest share of events happening in the Olympics, with six events taking place on the waterf…
With almost 20 Major League Baseball players representing Long Beach, there is always going to be a group of local boys dealing with the slings and arrows of the long season grind.
Four Long Beach State alumni are among the best beach volleyball players in the world returning to Long Beach this weekend for the fifth annual World Series of Beach Volleyball.
If there’s an important track and field meet going on somewhere in the world, expect photojournalist and Gazettes/Press-Telegram correspondent Kirby Lee to be there covering the event.
For the past nine years, the Ron Palmer Summer Basketball and Academic Camp has given youngsters a unique chance to stay sharp in the classroom during the summer. The camp offers academic classes, while integrating basketball for a fun summer program.
The Long Beach City College athletic program earned a No. 12 ranking in California for the 2016-17 athletic year in which the Vikings won five conference championships, an individual state championship and had 21 players sign to continue their careers at an NCAA Division I school.
It’s an 880 mile, 15 hour drive from Long Beach to Eugene, Ore., but several local athletes earned a free trip there by securing a spot in this year’s NCAA Track & Field championships.
The 29th annual Long Beach Century Club Middle School All-City awards banquet was the biggest yet, with close to 800 athletes, coaches, and family members on hand to accept awards for being the best in the Long Beach Unified School District in the 2016-17 school year.
Two of the most powerful people in Long Beach sports were guest speakers at the weekly Long Beach Century Club meeting on Tuesday night at The Boathouse on the Bay.