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  • Chivas USA draws 1-1 with Whitecaps while playing a man down

    Chivas USA draws 1-1 with Whitecaps while playing a man down
    Kekuta Manneh scored in the 81st minute to give the Vancouver Whitecaps a 1-1 tie with 10-man Chivas USA on Sunday. Chivas midfielder Agustin Pelletieri was ejected in the 13th minute for a studs-up tackle on Vancouver's Pedro Morales. Erick Torres...
  • Manchester United draws Bayern Munich in Champions League quarters

    Manchester United draws Bayern Munich in Champions League quarters
    Manchester United's efforts to salvage a disastrous season with a UEFA Champions League title grew a lot more difficult Friday when the English Premier League team was matched against defending champion Bayern Munich of Germany in next month's...
  • Awful first half leads to Galaxy's elimination in Champions League

    Awful first half leads to Galaxy's elimination in Champions League
    Tijuana Coach Cesar Farias showed just how seriously he was taking the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal with the Galaxy on Tuesday when he rested seven regulars during a Liga MX match last weekend in Mexico City. The Galaxy waited until kickoff to...
  • Soccer: Loyola advances to regional final

     Top-seeded Loyola received two goals from Lucas Hodges to defeat Corona, 4-2, to advance to the championship game of the Division I Southern California soccer regional. Loyola will face Carlsbad on Saturday at 6 p.m. at Downey Warren. Carlsbad...
  • Head injuries are keeping women athletes out of the game

    Head injuries are keeping women athletes out of the game
    Lauren Holiday sits pensively, hands clasped in her lap, a UCLA basketball practice jersey folded around her. Rocking slightly, she leans forward in her chair as she struggles to remember the incidents that changed her life. She had been asked about...
  • Ice hockey at Dodger Stadium is one hot idea

    Ice hockey at Dodger Stadium is one hot idea
      You've got a red carpet, you've got the USC marching band, you've got KISS lighting up the inky night while standing inside what looks to be some sort of fire-breathing insect. Kings fans Giselle Bishop and Christina Dean celebrated it all in...
  • L.A. Cathedral soccer standout wears his loyalty on his sleeve

     L.A. Cathedral soccer standout wears his loyalty on his sleeve
    Letterman jackets are considered so retro that some high school athletes are hesitant to be seen wearing one. But don't tell that to L.A. Cathedral soccer standout Axel Mendez, who proudly walks around campus wearing his jacket filled with patches...
  • Galaxy's partnership with USL Pro gives young players a chance to develop

    Galaxy's partnership with USL Pro gives young players a chance to develop
    The Galaxy's present met its future Saturday at the StubHub Center. And it was likely the future of Major League Soccer that was on display as well. On one side were Robbie Keane, Omar Gonzalez and Landon Donovan, guys you've probably heard of. Let's...
  • Boys' soccer: Matthew Koh gets three goals for No. 1 Loyola

     Loyola, seeded No. 1 in the Southern Section Division 1 soccer playoffs, received three goals from Matthew Koh in a 6-1 victory over Laguna Hills on Thursday in an opening round playoff match. In Division 4, top-seeded L.A. Cathedral defeated Norwalk,...
  • Boys' soccer: No. 1 Birmingham begins bid for a City Section Division I title

     In the City Section, few tournaments are stronger than its Division I boys' soccer playoffs, and top-seeded Birmingham will begin Friday's championships with a home game against South East. Birmingham is 16-2-4 and owns three wins this season over City...
  • Despite rise of soccer academies, high schools have some top talent

    Despite rise of soccer academies, high schools have some top talent
    The Southern Section and City Section soccer championships are scheduled for next weekend, and all the top boys' players participating ought to receive a big thank you from their classmates for deciding to represent their schools instead of joining the U....