Bring the curtain down on the 2018-19 Los Angeles City Section athletic schedule. The remaining two baseball championships in Division II and Division III have been claimed — much to the delight of San Fernando Valley area fans.

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Chavez Learning Academies and El Camino Real Charter have ascended to the top two spots in LA City Section softball in 2019, both as survivors and opportunists. 

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Discovery Charter Preparatory High School doesn’t have the deepest pool of softball players to draw from — unless you consider a 255-student body population the equivalent of the Pacific Ocean.

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The annual scrum that is the West Valley League baseball race is nearing the finish line. Not surprisingly, there are several teams still with a shot at winning the league championship with tw…

The 2018-19 season at Granada Hills Charter High didn’t start out as a magical one, with four losses in the first five games. But it ended up that way by winning a Los Angeles City Section cha…

You almost never identify a shot in the first quarter of a basketball game as the one that decides the outcome.

Since Alicia Komaki became the Sierra Canyon girls’ basketball coach in 2012, her teams have enjoyed a consistent level of success that includes two state championships (In Division V and Divi…

The Arleta High girls’ basketball team has been going through a bit of a rough patch lately, losing three of its last four games during the holiday break. But that is always possible with holi…

The people who don’t know or have not yet met Jonovan Smith might wonder at first if he is a giant pain.

Matching a young and somewhat inexperienced team with a difficult schedule can often be a recipe for disaster — or at least make for a lot of bruising of bodies and egos.

When the 2017 City Section football playoff brackets were revealed last year, the San Fernando Tigers could scarcely believe their luck. They had avoided a treacherously low seed in the Open D…

In football, no concept is more prized than “continuity.” And no where else in football is continuity prized more than on the offensive line, where its core of five players who are typically o…

As a small boy growing up in the community of Caimito near San Juan, Puerto Rico, a Commonwealth U.S. territory, Michael Merchan learned early that his destiny would be in his hands.

Birmingham Community Charter High (2-0) is showing signs it wants to be a serious contender in the City Section Open Division. The Warriors knocked off Harvard-Westlake in their season opener,…

If you happen to be going to the 32nd annual Nautica Malibu Triathlon  Presented by Bank America on Sept. 16, you may notice an elderly petite blonde woman — although you can’t really tell her…

As the waning moments of Alemany High’s thunderous season-opening 43-0 victory against visiting San Fernando High on Aug. 17 vanished into the warm Southland evening, Warriors Coach Casey Clau…