Senior Night at Millikan came down to the wire.
Local high schools will attempt to hold a 10-month sports season in two months.
Defending boys’ and girls’ champions successfully retained their crowns.
After months of not knowing if they’d get to play a game this year, Long Beach Poly football retook the field.
The meet was the first competitive high school sporting event in Long Beach since March 13, 2020.
Now that the statewide calendars have been set, the individual section offices will release their plans throughout the rest of the day.
It’s the Jackrabbits third straight Moore League title.
The MIllikan weightroom’s closure not only signals a change of venue but a change in attitudes
Next year will be the first year since 2008 that a Kaeka will not be playing sports for the Lancers.
It’s hard living on the island,” says the Avalon High sophomore, a captain on the football, basketball and volleyball teams. “It’s not competitive here.”