This year’s Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach will look and feel a little different, but race organizers say attendees can still expect a weekend filled with loud noises, food and libations, and a concert on Saturday, Sept. 25.
Seeing the Jordan players flood the field to celebrate in front of a quality crowd that included a band, a drumline, and cheerleaders was like getting a B12 shot of optimism.
This season of high school football means a lot to the community, but will the season continue through the fall?
Is Long Beach Poly back to its former glory? Can Millikan challenge the Jackrabbits and make a CIF playoff run? Will new but familiar coaches at Wilson and Lakewood be perfect fits?
They were playing Teqball, an emerging new sport, and the sports group Teqball USA donated a new teqball table for the club, offering youth a new sport to use to stay active and build community.
On this episode, we’re talking about how Long Beach has been a consistent presence at the summer Olympics.
The second half of our annual all-city awards show for Long Beach high school sports includes superlative honors for team of the year, game of the year, comeback of the year and much more.
This week on the show we’re talking about all of the Long Beach high school student-athletes we picked as our Athletes of the Year in each sport.
The local athletes will compete or participate in water polo, sailing, diving, softball, baseball, track and field and volleyball.
The original ‘Space Jam’ movie includes a Long Beach star whose face you never see.
After so much uncertainty from the pandemic, Long Beach PONY was finally back to what it does best this week: hosting a postseason baseball tournament.
Chase De Jong went more than three years between wins at the Major League level. This week, the Long Beach native’s persistence paid off.
Last Friday night’s CIF-SS Division 3 championship at Bohl Diamond at Blair Field saw the Millikan baseball team make history in front of a loud and rowdy Long Beach crowd.