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Football: Steve Bogan makes the jump to Maranatha

Private schools have been raiding public schools of some of their best coaches, and the latest to make the jump is Steve Bogan, the former West Covina South Hills football coach who has taken over as head coach at Pasadena Maranatha.

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  • Loyola High requires all students to have baseline concussion test
    Loyola High requires all students to have baseline concussion test

    At a time of increasing emphasis on figuring out ways to identify and deal with concussions among teenagers in sports competition, Loyola High School, an all-boys Catholic school in Los Angeles, has taken the unprecedented step of requiring all 1,270 of its students, even if they are not...

  • New law restricts full-contact football practice for high school teams
    New law restricts full-contact football practice for high school teams

    Gov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed into law AB 2127, which prohibits football teams at middle and high schools from holding full-contact practices that exceed 90 minutes a day, limits the number of full-contact practices during the season to two per week and prohibits contact practices during...

  • Edison passing tournament brings excitement for prep football fans
    Edison passing tournament brings excitement for prep football fans

    On a pleasant, overcast Saturday in Huntington Beach, there were so many quality teams and players competing in the 20-team Edison passing tournament that fans became energized, Internet recruiting writers became enthralled and players became determined to celebrate with leaping chest bumps...

  • Summer basketball as a shoe showcase
    Summer basketball as a shoe showcase

    Basketball shoes take on a whole new artistic flavor during the summer months. If you want to see a display of color similar to what you might experience walking around a museum's rose gardens, come out to a summer basketball game and look at the shoes on the court.

  • Corona Santiago's Blake Barnett commits to Alabama
    Corona Santiago's Blake Barnett commits to Alabama

    Blake Barnett, the standout senior quarterback from Corona Santiago who two weeks ago announced he was no longer committed to Notre Dame, said Wednesday he has committed to Alabama and is shutting down the recruiting process.

  • Mater Dei's Curtis Godin gets the double he wanted
    Mater Dei's Curtis Godin gets the double he wanted

    Curtis Godin pulled off the double he so desired Saturday night at the CIF state track and field championships.

  • Santa Margarita edges Foothill, 3-1, for Division 1 baseball title
    Santa Margarita edges Foothill, 3-1, for Division 1 baseball title

    In the stadium that Cy Young Award winner Clayton Kershaw calls home, it was only fitting on Friday night that two high school pitchers did their best trying to live up to the standard of the Dodgers' ace.

  • Curtis Godin gets job done in sprint prelims at state track meet
    Curtis Godin gets job done in sprint prelims at state track meet

    Walking off the track after the 200-meter race at Friday night's CIF state track and field preliminaries, Santa Ana Mater Dei's Curtis Godin was satisfied, knowing he was halfway to his goal. After winning his 100-meter heat in 10.41 seconds with the fastest qualifying time, the...

  • Bishop Amat wins Southern Section Division 3 baseball title
    Bishop Amat wins Southern Section Division 3 baseball title

    Andy Nieto, a former USC assistant who won his fourth Southern Section baseball championship on Friday coaching La Puente Bishop Amat at Dodger Stadium, told his team weeks ago when it was struggling, "Before we can right the boat, you have to make a commitment to go down with it. Then...

  • St. Louis Cardinals draft Harvard-Westlake's Jack Flaherty in Round 1
    St. Louis Cardinals draft Harvard-Westlake's Jack Flaherty in Round 1

    After nearly 3 1/2 hours of watching the first round of baseball's first-year player draft unfold on television Thursday night, Jack Flaherty of Studio City Harvard-Westlake finally heard his name called. The St. Louis Cardinals made him the 34th and final pick of the first round.

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