Los Angeles Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Los Angeles, CA

  • 5 hrs ago | via Huntington Beach Independent 

    Boys' Basketball: Edison stuns top-seeded Loyola to ...

    Chargers use an impressive first half to defeat the Cubs, 79-65; they'll face No. 2 seeded Foothill in the championship game Saturday at the Honda Center in Anaheim.


  • 12 hrs ago | via Los Angeles Times 

    Narbonne girls' basketball reinstated, coach barred ...

    Somebody is looking toward the future. Narbonne players wear jerseys with pink letters and numbers during a CIF Southern Section Open Division quarterfinal playoff game against View Park on Saturday.


  • Yesterday | via LA Daily News 

    Hart boys soccer tops Chaparral to advance to first ...

    Anthony Salvadori scored in the 20th minute to send top-seeded Hart to 1-0 victory at Chaparral in the CIF Southern Section Division 4 boys soccer semifinals Tuesday. Christian Arriaga recorded nine saves for Hart , which became the first team from the Santa Clarita Valley to make a Southern Section final.


  • Yesterday | via San Bernardino County Sun 

    Stolen NASCAR racer rekindles memories of similar On...

    Random thoughts for a Tuesday morning, waiting to collect on the wager concerning rain and the start of the outdoor prep season, wondering whatever happen to Anthony Guerra, the 2003 CIF-SS 112-pound Inland Divison champion out of Miller High School. Last week's story about Travis Kvapil's NASCAR Sprint Cup racer being stolen from an Atlanta-area motel stirred memories of the NHRA Winternationals in 1983.


  • Saturday Feb 28 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Flintridge Prep girls' hoops goes cold in third quar...

    Flintridge Prep Taylor Yoshida ran into Ribet Academy's 6-4 center Celine Bolton-Ford during a CIF-SS semifinal game on Saturday. The Rebels lost, 46-39.


  • Saturday Feb 28 | via SFGate 

    High school playoff results, Feb. 28

    Don't be intimidated. That was the message from Marin Catholic-Kentfield coach Mike Saia to his boys basketball team before Saturday's North Coast Section Division IV quarterfinal against perennial power Salesian-Richmond.


  • Saturday Feb 28 | via LA Daily News 

    El Camino Real denied third trip to City boys basket...

    The El Camino Real boys basketball team's chances of advancing to its third consecutive City Section championship game went up in smoke in a nightmare third quarter against Fairfax at Roybal High in Downtown Los Angeles. Fairfax used a 13-0 run behind guards Lorne Currie and Lindsey Drew to take control and go on to a 67-52 Open Division semifinal victory.


  • Friday Feb 27 | via Los Angeles Times 

    LETTERS: If they build it, will they come?

    The new NFL football stadium proposed by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders would be built on a 168-acre site at the southwest quadrant of the intersection of the 405 Freeway and Del Amo Boulevard. The new NFL football stadium proposed by the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders would be built on a 168-acre site at the southwest quadrant of the intersection of the 405 Freeway and Del Amo Boulevard.


  • Friday Feb 27 | via Burbank Leader 

    Track and field preview: Burroughs boys look to defe...

    Fortunately for the locals, both Burbank High and Burroughs were battling it out for that title. The Indians were able to take the league crown, winning their first championship in 17 years and denying the Bulldogs their first title in 29 years.


  • Friday Feb 27 | via CBS Local 

    5 Top Prospects In Dodgers Camp

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  • Wednesday Feb 11 | via East Bay Express 

    Oakland May Have to Favor the Raiders Over the A's

    Conventional wisdom states that it makes more sense for a city to pursue a professional baseball team than a football franchise. The reason is that Major League Baseball clubs play 81 home games a year, compared to just 10 for football teams.


  • Dec 19, 2014 | via Examiner.com 

    South Bay hoopsters get hot start

    Prep basketball is currently in its fourth week and numerous South Bay teams are playing very rigorous preseason non-league and tournament schedules. Currently, last year's California State Division IV champion Torrance Bishop Montgomery is in very good condition for another banner year after winning the Westchester Tip-off Classic that included wins over the host Comets and highly regarded Bellflower St. John Bosco.


Los Angeles High Schools

Abraham Lincoln Senior High (3501 North Broadway)
Alain Leroy Locke Senior High (325 East 111th Street)
Alexander Hamilton Senior High (2955 Robertson Boulevard)
Animo Film and Theatre Arts Charter High School (2009 W. Martin Luther King Blvd.)
Animo Jackie Robinson High (3500 South Hill Street)