Ocean View improves to 4-0

Ocean View used two big quarters and a staunch defense to defeat Estancia, 35-7, in a battle of unbeaten teams at Ocean View High on Sept.14. Ocean View improved to 4-0 with the win, while Estancia fell to 3-1. The Seahawks broken open a 0-0 tie with 21 points in the second quarter. After Estancia... Continue Reading →

Griffins Bomb Pilots

The Los Alamitos High football team jumped on Banning High quickly and rolled to a 49-13 victory over the Pilots on Thursday at Veteran’s Stadium. The win improved the Griffins’ record to 2-1. Zack Wagoner (pictured) got the Griffins going with the wildcat offense, as he ran for two early scores that put the Griffins... Continue Reading →

Kennedy keeps La Quinta at bay

By Ted Apodaca Kennedy High girls volleyball ended their preseason with a three-set win over La Quinta on Wednesday at Kennedy High. The Fighting Irish took the first two games handily, each time jumping out to 10-point leads. In the third set, the fighting Irish again looked like they might run away with the set.... Continue Reading →

Los Al stumps Poly for first win

By Ted Apodaca Los Alamitos was in control of their game against Long Beach Poly for most of the night. But when the Jackrabbits scored a touchdown with 6:37 left in the fourth quarter, the Griffin lead was just 13-6. But the Griffins were able to respond with a 62-yard drive, leaning on senior Keanu... Continue Reading →

Katella opens season with win over Kennedy

By Ted Apodaca Katella High opened its football season with a dominating win over Kennedy, 49-7, on Aug. 17 at Glover Stadium. Both teams started a little rusty as they exchanged turnovers in the first quarter, but the Knights soon found their rhythm, led by the passing combination of Riley Flenniken and Edward Williams. Flenniken... Continue Reading →

Fletcher starting for Angels today

Former Cypress High baseball player David Fletcher has been called up to the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s major league team. Fletcher had been one of the team’s most productive minor-leaguers and had stayed with the big club through all of spring training, before returning to Salt Lake City. However, an injury had necessitated a... Continue Reading →

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