Everything you need to know about the Long Beach high school football games on Friday night.
Naples Rib Co., American Golf and the Gazette Newspapers are excited to announce the Fall Sports Season winner of a Free Year End Sports Banquet for up to 50 guests.
Five of the eight Long Beach high school volleyball teams are ranked--Lakewood, Poly, Millikan, Cabrillo, and St. Anthony. All are hoping for a big 2016 season.
JJ Fiddler reminisces about how he and co-sports editor Mike Guardabascio went to London, England to cover Long Beach athletes and coaches in the 2012 Olympics.
Readers overwhelmed us with comments (both angry and sad) about the state of sports in the LBUSD. The question is, will parents, coaches, and the community do anything about it?
These are dangerous days for sports in the Long Beach Unified School District — teetering, on-the-brink-of-collapse days for a once-proud athletic program that could legitimately boast it was the best in the nation.
While 2015 wasn’t a great year for Long Beach sports, the last 12 months still provided plenty of great memories for local fans—as the year winds down, we take a look at some of the stories that will stick with us into next year. And make sure to check out next week’s paper, where we’ll brea…
The Moore League, St. Anthony, and Rancho Dominguez Prep were all eliminated in the first round of the playoffs Friday night, on an historically bad evening for local football.
A total of six Long Beach football teams will enter the postseason this week, with all games starting at 7:30 p.m. unless a change is agreed upon by both teams.
The final week of regular season high school football brought more exciting moments and we've got articles, videos, photos and scores from all of the Long Beach games.