There aren't many seniors having a better baseball season than Chris Smith of Compton Centennial.
His stats are stunning: a .763 batting average with 10 home runs and 19 stolen bases.
Carson has hired former Los Angeles Dorsey defensive coordinator Ralph Caldwell to the same position. Caldwell didn't coach the last two seasons after spending 13 years at Dorsey, where he was known for developing All-City linebackers.
The athletic department at North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake has created "Sleep Week," starting Monday.
"We're trying to raise the importance of sleep," said Audrius Barzdukas, head of athletics.
There's a pajamas day, another day to bring a pillow and another day when "you come dressed as your favorite G-rated dream."
"We're trying to make our whole world a little healthier because we treasure and value sleep as an integral part of the human experience," Barzdukas said.
Basketball standout Renaldo Woolridge plans to show up in his SpongeBob pajamas.
"I'll go all out," he said.
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