Sydney Ross couldn't stay on her feet as a freshman, but now she's leading the Millikan offense as a senior.
A win at home over Cabrillo, and a Jordan upset of Wilson, helped Long Beach Poly boys basketball take over first place in the Moore League on Friday night.
The Wilson High girls soccer team is trying to win its 12th Moore League championship in the last 16 years. The Bruins continued their quest for an undefeated league run with a 2-0 win over Millikan on Thursday at Veterans Memorial Stadium.
Noel Moncada has been a catalyst for the Millikan offense and Wednesday was no different as the senior scored and assisted on a goal during the Rams’ 2-0 win against Cabrillo.
It was an exciting game at Errion Gym as St. Anthony beat Millikan 92-84 Friday night in a non-league contest.
Both teams got up the floor fast looking to catch each other’s defense out of sync.
In the five years that Chris Francis has been the head coach of the Millikan basketball team, the Rams have finished in second or third place in the Moore League every year. This could be the hardest year for the Rams (5-8, 0-1) to keep that streak going.
The Millikan and Lakewood girls’ soccer teams were left in differing moods after finishing in a 0-0 draw in a physical Moore League game Thursday afternoon.
When it comes to the Moore League wrestling scene Millikan and Lakewood have been the top dogs in Long Beach. In the last two years, the Rams and Lancers have represented 27 of the 28 league’s individual titles.
Christmas came early for the Millikan boys soccer team with the return of Noel Moncada, the Rams’ best striker and one of the best goal-scorers in the area.
He’s not regularly talked about as one of the great football players in Long Beach history, but Long Beach Poly alum Marcedes Lewis is quietly putting together his resume for inclusion in that group. Lewis is now in his 12th NFL season, putting him behind only Willie McGinest for longest NFL…
There won't be a fairytale ending to a storybook season for the Millikan football team after the Rams fell in the Division 8 quarterfinals to Grace Brethren 29-22 at Moorpark College on Friday.
When Qeanu Campbell-Caldwell was finishing his freshman year of football, he never thought he’d be passing for 301 yards and five touchdowns in Millikan’s first home playoff win since 1986 a year later.