Andrew J. Campa

Writer

Andrew J. Campa has been a reporter for the Times Community News since 2011 and has covered high school and college sports, and has written the occasional professional sports feature. Previously, Campa worked at the Whittier Daily News and Pasadena Star-News. He’s a proud Cal State Fullerton (#tusksup) and Pasadena City College alumnus. He hopes the Chicago Bears will get back to the Super Bowl one day.

Recent Articles

  • Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer peppers La Cañada

    Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer peppers La Cañada

    LOS ANGELES – Though the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and La Cañada High girls’ soccer teams entered Friday afternoon’s city showdown on different trajectories, none of that mattered. The host Tologs peppered the red-hot Spartans with 20 shots and ran away to a 3-1 nonleague victory at Occidental...

  • Turning on the AC: Stereotypes don't fit local teens

    Turning on the AC: Stereotypes don't fit local teens

    One of the benefits of covering high school and college sports is getting to watch the future leaders of this country and our community in action. If you read a newspaper, watch talk shows or listen to sports radio, there’s quite a bit of misinformation out there regarding kids, particularly teenagers....

  • College Update: Williams heads back to Southland for bowl

    College Update: Williams heads back to Southland for bowl

    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. James Williams (Burbank High, 2015) Washington State football sophomore: For a second straight season, the former All-Area star is returning to Southern California for a bowl game. The No. 21-ranked Cougars finished 9-3 and 6-3...

  • Burroughs girls’ water polo adds revenge to hot streak

    BURBANK – After a bumpy start to the season, the Burroughs High girls’ water polo team is not only rounding into form, it’s grabbing some revenge. The host Indians picked up their fifth straight victory Thursday afternoon with a little redemption on the side in an 11-8 nonleague victory over third-ranked...

  • School start pushed back by Glendale Unified officials

    By a 5-0 vote, Glendale Unified school board members agreed on Tuesday to push the start date for the 2018-19 and 2019-20 school years later into August. The unanimous vote took place after nearly 20 minutes of discussion among board members, with input from district personnel, and three hours...

  • Rally nets Burbank boys’ soccer quality tie at Crescenta Valley

    LA CRESCENTA – Two second-half goals capped an impressive two-match swing for the Burbank High boys’ soccer team on Friday afternoon. The Bulldogs rallied from a two-goal halftime deficit to tie host Crescenta Valley, 2-2, in Pacific League play. For a Burbank squad that finished 0-13-5 last season...

  • Turning on the AC: Broussard returns to high school ranks with big challenge

    Turning on the AC: Broussard returns to high school ranks with big challenge

    Former Burbank High football coach Richard Broussard says he’s insane. What interests me, however, is if the 2016 All-Area Football Coach of the Year is crazy like a fox as he returns to the high school football ranks. Amid the area build-up for Friday’s CIF Southern Section Division III Championship...

  • Late funk costs Burbank girls’ basketball versus Village Christian

    Late funk costs Burbank girls’ basketball versus Village Christian

    BURBANK — What had the makings of a nice comeback win for the Burbank High girls’ basketball team turned into another loss in what has been a rough start to the season. The Bulldogs scored only one point over the final 2 1/2 minutes, surrendered eight and fell, 40-37, to Village Christian in opening-round...

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