Rahshaun Haylock

Minnesota Timberwolves v Los Angeles Lakers

Blog: Kobe Bryant, The Superhero

Kobe Bryant went to the All Star Game in Orlando and returned with a fractured nose and a concussion. From a fractured nose out of the All Star break emerged a superhero.


Signing Day Show

CBSLA.com Signing Day Recap

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.


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Blog: The Artist, Kobe Bryant

Former Lakers play-by-play announcer Joel Meyers once told me the basketball court is Kobe Bryant’s canvas. We’re fortunate to “watch an artist at work.”



Asante Named Coach At St. Paul

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.


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Blog: 1 Epic Performance You Probably Missed

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.



Sierra Canyon HS Wins Division IV State Football Championship

Football is a game of two halves. Thankfully for Sierra Canyon, it is such. The Trailblazers were tight, and couldn’t get out of their own way in the first 24 minutes. After a talk during the break, they dominated the second half of their 34-14, CIF Division IV State Bowl win over Le Grand.



Haylock: Bruins Defense Keys Win

Lazeric Jones scored 19 points, Tyler Lamb had 14 and UCLA beat Eastern Washington 60-47 on Wednesday night, giving the Bruins their first back-to-back victories of the season.


West Covina

West Covina’s 84 Points Sets Record In Championship Win

It was a record-breaking night for the West Covina high school football team as they defeated La Serna 84-21 to capture their second straight CIF Southern Section Southeast Division Championship. The 84 points is a CIF-SS record for the most points scored in a championship game, surpassing J.W. North’s 67 points scored in the 2007 Eastern Division championship.


Johnny Stanton, Santa Margarita

Tebow 2.0? Stanton Leads Santa Margarita To Pac-5 Title

Saturday night, Johnny Stanton proved once again why he’s been one of the most dominant forces in the Southern California this season.


San Clemente High School

San Clemente Routs Tesoro To Advance To Pac-5 Final

Utah offensive coordinator Norm Chow was at Orange Coast College Friday night. We can only assume he was there to see San Clemente quarterback Travis Wilson, who is a Utah commit.


Derrick Coleman carries the ball for UCLA Saturday. (credit: Stephen Dunn/Getty Images Sport)

Blog: It’s Not UCLA’s Fault They’re Pac-12 South “Champs”

by Rahshaun Haylock The Pac-10 certainly wanted to create some attention for their conference when they decided to expand, becoming the Pac-12 and adding a conference championship game for football. The attention is coming. However, […]


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Blog: Give Lane His Due

Kiffin did something his predecessor, Pete Carroll, had a tough time doing during his last few year at the helm –winning in the state of Oregon.



Crenshaw Too Much For El Camino Real

There’s the old saying: defense wins championships. And while Crenshaw certainly isn’t favored this year to win a third consecutive City title, they certainly acted like it.


East Carolina v North Carolina

CIF Approves Regional Football

There is once again another modification to high school football. Regional championships have been approved for football beginning in 2012.


CBSLA.com Signing Day Show

Local Recruits Commit On CBSLA.com

The 3rd Annual Sports Central Signing Day Special featured some of the top prospects of the 2011 recruiting class in Southern California. Crenshaw OL Marcus Martin, Edison DE Charles Burks, Palisades RB Malcolm Creer, and Thousand Oaks WR Richard Mullaney all came in discuss their college choices.