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Letters: A lost-and-found season for Lakers fans

I sometimes wondered what happened to Lakers fans this season. Last week's letters to The Times provided the answer. They stayed at home until the Clippers lost. Then they came out and celebrated to the point that they actually seemed to believe that they themselves had won something. A downtown...

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  • Baseball newcomer's drive helps Lincoln High fulfill Dodger Stadium dreams

    Baseball newcomer's drive helps Lincoln High fulfill Dodger Stadium dreams

    If you don't believe dreams come true, if you don't think hard work leads to success, if you don't understand the meaning of commitment, meet Hung Ta, a 15-year-old sophomore from Los Angeles Lincoln High who arrived in the United States from Vietnam in the third grade and didn't start playing...

  • Palisades' Marissa Williams doubles up in City track meet

    Palisades' Marissa Williams doubles up in City track meet

    Marissa Williams of Palisades, the greatest girls' distance runner in City Section history, came through with two record-breaking performances in her final appearance at the City track and field championships Thursday night at Cerritos College.

  • El Camino Real, Cleveland to play for City baseball title

    El Camino Real, Cleveland to play for City baseball title

    Bunting is frequently an underrated skill, but for El Camino Real's Dylan Hirsch, his two-out bunt single in the bottom of the fifth inning Wednesday in a City Section Division I semifinal game against Narbonne was a game-changing moment.

  • San Dimas pitcher 'sets the standard'

    San Dimas pitcher 'sets the standard'

    Every year at this time in high school baseball, there's a player who rises up and does extraordinary things to lift his team toward a championship.

  • High school track stars turn on the burners

    High school track stars turn on the burners

    It's hard to imagine two faster, more talented teenage track athletes in America than juniors Michael Norman of Vista Murrieta and T.J. Brock of West Hills Chaminade. Their speed came through on a breezy, sometimes overcast Saturday afternoon at Cerritos College.

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