This week on the podcast we’re updating you on the latest news for Long Beach schools before talking about the high school transfer rule change that will boost local athletics.
This week on the podcast Mike & JJ talk to Gatorade California Softball Player of the Year Tiare Jennings about missing her senior season at St. Anthony and preparing for her bright future at Oklahoma.
In this, the sixth installment of The562.org’s Classics video series, we look back at the improbable Wilson girls’ soccer semifinal victory in 2013.
This week on the podcast is “Education Week” as we talk to Jordan High School teacher Shar Higa about what it’s been like adjusting to teaching online and delivering senior signs. We also catch up with Talese Fernbach for another “Mental Note” segment in recognition of May being Mental Health Month.
It’s running week on the podcast! We’re updating you on the latest budget news for Long Beach schools before speaking with Wilson track star Rachel Glenn about missing her much anticipated senior season. We also catch up with local running legend Bobby Hauck.
This week on the podcast we’re updating you on the latest COVID-19 news for Long Beach schools and their sports teams (is no news good news?) before interviewing Long Beach State Dirtbags Adam Seminaris and Jacob Hughey about their unpredictable future.
In this, the fifth installment of The562.org’s Classics video series, we look back at the phenomenal 2008 Long Beach girls’ basketball season.
This week on the podcast Mike & JJ are updating you on the latest COVID-19 news for Long Beach sports, recreation and schools (change is coming!) before interviewing Long Beach Poly boys’ basketball star Peyton Watson.
It was only the third time the Rams had beaten the Jackrabbits since 1979.
This week on the podcast Mike and JJ talk to the baseball playing brothers Tai and Ricky Tiedemann. Tai also played football at Long Beach Poly, and is currently a minor league baseball player. Ricky is a senior at Lakewood and is about to get drafted.
The Drew and Goodman leagues played in front of a capacity crowd in 2011, in a game featuring the likes of Kevin Durant, James Harden, John Wall.