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.”
The Cabrillo boys’ soccer team will play Saturday in the first Southern Section championship game the school has ever been a part of, in any sport, when they face Arlington at Warren High at 1:30 p.m.
The winter high school sports schedule that spans from Thanksgiving to St. Patrick’s Day has gradually turned into the most successful season for Long Beach high schools.
New field turfs at three schools, a new CIF equity format and the departure of defending league champions in wrestling all factor in this season’s storylines.
Could you imagine getting verbally abused and physically threatened at your part-time job, and then coming back to work again the next day? That’s the life of a high school sports official.