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Every once in a while, a high school athlete comes along with the kind of character, commitment and talent to make himself a standout in his community. Cristian Roldan from El Rancho High in Pico Rivera is that teenager. Given his exceptional soccer...
Varsity Times InsiderBASEBALL CITY DIVISION I First round, Wednesday San Fernando 5, Verdugo Hills 0 Bell 1, Sun Valley Poly 0 (9) Narbonne 6, Granada Hills 5 Wilmington Banning 7, Los Angeles Hamilton 0 Los Angeles University 11, Chatsworth 10 (9) Los......
As an immigrant and an engineer, I know the magnetic pull that the United States exerts on anyone who dreams of a career in science. From the time I watched NASA technicians on television during the first lunar landing in 1969, I resolved to get the...
The fastest 110-meter hurdler in a California high school can't wait to try his skills on the football field. Reginald Bell, a 17-year-old senior at Los Angeles Dorsey, is headed to Eastern Michigan on a football scholarship. He's a quarterback, but this...
Re "A field day — not," Column One, May 3 Hector Becerra's article on his day as a farm worker picking strawberries reminded me of a similar article I read many years ago on complaints that immigrants were stealing jobs from American vegetable...
The men had celebrated into the wee hours of the morning. Sleep would come, later. The Dodgers were theirs, and for the first time these men could introduce themselves as owners rather than bidders. Mark Walter, the incoming chairman, sat in a...
This isn't Texas, so I know most people aren't spending day and night worrying about spring football. But in honor of those fans who can't get enough about football, here are some observations as high school teams begin to start spring drills:...
Itzel Ortega should have been bursting with the good news. Instead, her eyes filled with tears as she confided in her former English teacher. She had just been accepted to the architecture program at Cal Poly Pomona. But she wasn't eligible for...
The University of Oregon has acknowledged major NCAA violations in connection with football recruiting and proposed a self-imposed two-year probation with the loss of one scholarship in each of the next three years, according to documents released by...
Wayne Gretzky is long gone from the Kings and long retired from the NHL, but the impact of his presence in Los Angeles is being felt more strongly than ever in the increasing success of youth hockey players who were born and trained in Southern...
When Keeairra Dashiell graduated with honors from Crenshaw High School seven years ago, she seemed headed for success. Offered admission into several top colleges, she accepted a scholarship to UC San Diego, leaving behind the often rough, inner-city...
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The blockbuster Steven Spielberg movie "Jurassic Park," being re-released in 3-D on April 5, wouldn't be the same place without paleontologist Jack Horner. In addition to advising the production on scientific matters, Horner provided inspiration for the...
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