Long Beach Poly
After serving five years in prison and having his rape conviction overturned with the help of the California Innocence Project, Brian Banks will work for the NFL front office.
Southern California’s most dominant High School program Long Beach Poly has hired former New York Giant Antonio Pierce.
Long Beach Poly (Long Beach, Calif.), a storied program that has produced more NFL players than any high school in the nation, received nearly 200 yards rushing from Manusamoa Luuga and Gerard Wicks in a 28-7 win over Clovis North in the CIF South Regional Division I finals at Veterans Stadium in Long Beach.
Brian Banks, a former Long Beach Poly High School football star falsely accused of rape, has been signed to a professional football team, CBS2 learned Tuesday.
Brian Banks isn’t going to pass up an offer from Seattle coach Pete Carroll to keep his NFL dreams alive.
Two people familiar with the situation say Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson will be inactive against Arizona on Sunday because he missed a team meeting.
HS football scores from around the region.
The last five years have bore witness to great change in the landscape of California high school football, as the CIF Bowl Games have reshaped football postseason in the Golden State.
It seems like Dennis Erickson and Arizona State have opened up a new pipeline to Southern California by grabbing four verbal commitments from Long Beach Poly.
Eagles coach Andy Reid says it will be a “real stretch” for receiver DeSean Jackson to play Sunday against Tennessee after suffering a concussion.
With two top 10 teams falling last week, Rahshaun Haylock’s latest prep top 10 has a new look.
Lakewood and Long Beach Poly highlight the top 10 action in High School football. Keep it here for the scores from the top 10 teams in the area.
A win here over undefeated Moore League rival Lakewood could help Long Beach Poly salvage a disappointing start to the season.
This is the first meeting between these Southern California stalwarts since 2004, when Mission Viejo stunned the Jackrabbits in a 41-14 blowout.
It was just the first week of Marmonte League play and just Week Two of the high school football season but already we have a candidate for game of the year. Oaks Christian’s 33-32 overtime win over St. Bonaventure, Friday night at Ventura High School was a game head coach Bill Redell called “the greatest comeback victory in Oaks Christian history,” according to the LA Times.