Orange Lutheran High School’s Gabe York is quickly becoming a Youtube sensation after his phenomenal alley-oop against Dana Hills on Friday night.
Sherwin Shayegan is a different sort of sports fan — one who gets his kicks riding the backs of his favorite athletes. Literally.
Dueling National Player of the Year candidates Kyle Anderson of St. Anthony (Jersey City, N.J.) and Shabazz Muhammad of Bishop Gorman (Las Vegas) headlined Thursday’s announcement of the rosters for the 35th annual McDonald’s All-American Game.
Zena Edosomwan, a senior center for Harvard-Westlake said prior to the rivalry game against Loyola, “It’s a continuation of a great rivalry of two great teams going up against each other like gladiators.” On Friday night both teams played like gladiators, with Loyola leaving the Matadome at Cal State Northridge with a 77-74 victory.
CBSLA.com capped off Signing Day 2012 with their 4th Annual Signing Day Special. Jordan Payton was the talk of the day, after signing with UCLA. It was the fourth Pac-12 school Payton had committed to. A day earlier he announced he would attend Washington.
UCLA coach Jim Mora’s first experience with college football recruiting left the veteran NFL coach humbled at how much he didn’t know about the process.
Last year around this time rumors started to circulate around then-Crenshaw High School running back DeAnthony Thomas about how he went on a visit to Oregon –and he liked it.
On Wednesday at 5:15pm head over to CBSLA.com for our fourth annual Signing Day show webcast hosted by Rahshaun Haylock. Dominguez High School CB Alphonso Marsh is expected to choose between Washigton, Washington State and Utah.
With Wednesday’s Signing Day approaching quickly, Pac-12 coaches have been hitting the recruiting trail hard in the final days.
Ellis McCarthy, the nation’s No. 8 recruit, has switched his commitment from California to UCLA, according to multiple reports. The 6-foot-4, 310-pound McCarthy originally made a verbal commitment to Cal at the U.S. Army All-American Bowl.
The West team may have been the better team in the U.S. Army All-American Game, but the real winner was the University of California-Berkeley.
Most people wouldn’t resign from a school fresh off the heels of taking them to back to back CIF Finals appearances. Most people wouldn’t want to replace a coaching legend.
If it wasn’t clear before, Los Angeles solidified itself as the sports capital of the world. The biggest stories in sports happened right here.
Westlake was blacked out for the Open Division Bowl against De La Salle.
It’s Johnny Stanton’s World and we’re just living in it.
National Signing Day isn’t until February 3rd, 2012.. But keep it right here with updating coverage of local commitments.
20,000+ fans watch Garfield and Roosevelt get new uniforms.
With some of the best high school football in the country being played in our backyard, we’ll show you some of the impact players in the PAC-10 from the Los Angeles area.
A look at some basketball legends from the Los Angeles area.