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  • St. John Bosco ends title drought in rout

    St. John Bosco ends title drought in rout
    Twenty-seven years after losing to Russell White and Encino Crespi in its last appearance in a Southern Section football championship game, unbeaten Bellflower St. John Bosco came into Angel Stadium on Saturday night determined to finish off the most...
  • The Times' high school football rankings

    The Times' high school football rankings
    It's the final week of the regular season and there are two huge games Friday matching top 10 teams: No. 8 El Toro at No. 4 Mission Viejo and No. 10 Santa Margarita at No. 5 St. John Bosco. Rank, School, Division (Record), Last week, Next game...
  • Most Pac-5 postseason quarterbacks are new to the playoff game

    Most Pac-5 postseason quarterbacks are new to the playoff game
    It's win or turn in the uniform time, and that means attention will be focused on a group of quarterbacks who have never started, let alone played in, a Pac-5 Division playoff game. Twelve of the 16 starting quarterbacks for Pac-5 teams will receive...
  • End of the season could be the end of Torii Hunter's Angels career

    End of the season could be the end of Torii Hunter's Angels career
    Like the fans who chanted his name when he came to bat in the ninth inning Thursday, Torii Hunter wondered if that would be his final appearance at Angel Stadium in the home team's uniform — not only this season, but for good. "I was thinking about...
  • Love the game? Thank a zebra

    Love the game? Thank a zebra
    They walked on to the Baltimore football field Thursday evening surrounded by huge cheers, standing cheers, and the NFL's newest stars smiled and tipped their caps. That these zebras were now lions showed how the darkest three weeks in NFL history...
  • Dodgers to playoffs? Of course, the survey says

     Dodgers to playoffs? Of course, the survey says
    Dear Dodgers fans, let me just say that interviewing you in the first inning is a far different experience from speaking to you in the sixth, when that icy concoction you've been slurping completely Novocains your mouth and you almost swallow your tongue....
  • Gerrit Cole's arrival is coming at 100 mph for Pirates

    Gerrit Cole's arrival is coming at 100 mph for Pirates
    Shadows covered most of the infield at Angel Stadium when Pittsburgh Pirates right-hander Gerrit Cole took his place on the mound and brought the heat back to a cooling Friday evening. Pitching quickly and efficiently in only his third major league...
  • Sports, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways

    Sports, how do we love thee? Let us count the ways
    Cupid's juiced. Lance Armstrong's head is corked. Is there anything left to love about modern sports, the apparent bastion of liars, cheats and psychopaths? Well, here are 100 Valentines dedicated to all that's still good about sports. "There are really...
  • Angels' Mike Trout in front of the camera — what's not to love?

    Angels' Mike Trout in front of the camera — what's not to love?
    Virtuoso that he is, the kid's still a work in progress. First, he needs to find a ballclub that will pay him properly. That might be the Angels; that might not. He's an East Coast guy after all, tight with friends and family. Claims to love the West...
  • Serra's Emerald Faletuipapai trying to lead Cavaliers to title

    Serra's Emerald Faletuipapai trying to lead Cavaliers to title
    If it's lunchtime at Gardena Serra and 6-foot-7, 360-pound offensive tackle Emerald Faletuipapai walks into a room, everyone hides his or her food. "I eat anything and everything," he said. Said Coach Scott Altenberg: "If there's food anywhere, it...
  • Long Beach Poly springs back from humiliating loss

    Long Beach Poly springs back from humiliating loss
    Imagine what it was like Sept. 7 to be part of the Long Beach Poly football program on the night the Jackrabbits lost to Harbor City Narbonne, 56-0, their worst defeat since 1916. "We were all totally embarrassed," Coach Raul Lara said. "It was hard,...