“For a lot of us, this program is a family, and it’s great to be with our family after so many months.”
This week on the podcast we’re updating you on everything going on with the Long Beach Unified School District, giving you our ideas for how to restart local sports and talking to Lakewood HS football coach Scott Meyer.
The tournament, put on by the Association of Volleyball Professionals (AVP) will be held July 18-19, July 25-26 and August 1-2—will attract top talent and a national television audience.
The Long Beach Marathon is the next scheduled large event in Long Beach but unlike others during COVID-19, organizers have yet to pull the plug on it.
This week on the podcast we’ve dressed up (a little bit) and we’re virtually handing out our annual Long Beach All-City awards despite the COVID-19 shutdown because these kids deserve it!
The crowd at Cerritos that night was one of the loudest we’ve ever experienced.
This week on the podcast we’re talking to Wilson football coach Mark Ziegenhagen about returning to the practice field this week under new restrictions.
Camp is set to begin Wednesday, July 1.
The game featured two future draft picks on the mound.
This week on the podcast we’re talking about all of the Long Beach schools moving into position for the return of athletics on campus. Millikan athletics director Kevin Marchael joins us to discuss what’s going on with the Rams.
A cargo ship enlisted by the U.S. Coast Guard discovered Madsen in the water with her boat, Row of Life, late Monday. Madsen was 1,100 miles and 60 days into her journey. She turned 60 at sea on May 10.