• Volleyball: League-leader showdowns highlight week’s action

    Important matchups among league leaders highlight this week’s girls’ volleyball action among local Catholic schools.

  • Football: St. John Bosco regains top-of-the-pack status

    A plethora of intensely-fought league games played last weekend, with local Catholic teams were right in the thick of things.

  • Cross Country: Bishop Amat, Mayfield on top

    Bishop Amat remains atop the boys’ and girls’ cross country rankings in the CIF-SS weekly Division 4 poll released Oct. 6. Also ranked first is Mayfield in Division 5 girls, while Loyola continues at No. 2 in Division 1 boys.

  • Volleyball: Louisville takes over No. 1 slot in Division 2A

    Louisville High School of Woodland Hills, the No. 1 ranked Division 2A Girls Volleyball in the current CIF-Southern Section poll, tightened its grip with a tough three-set win Oct. 2 over No. 9 Immaculate Heart in their Sunshine League opener.

  • Football: League play begins in earnest; Alemany moves up

    With a few leagues starting their “it really counts now” season last weekend, the league seasons for most Catholic teams kicks into gear this weekend with several top-notch matchups. Catholic schools have been dominant in the football season so far, especially in the CIF-SS Pac-5 Division poll issued Oct. 6, with the Trinity and Mission Leagues both with ample representation.

  • Volleyball: Louisville solidifies No. 1 slot

    Louisville High School of Woodland Hills, the No. 1 ranked Division 2A Girls Volleyball in the current CIF-Southern Section poll, tightened its grip with a tough three-set win Oct. 2 over No. 9 Immaculate Heart in their Sunshine League opener.

  • Braves fall just short in comeback effort at Las Vegas

    Not just any high school football game is broadcast on ESPN. And last Friday’s highly anticipated matchup in Las Vegas between the St. John Bosco Braves and the Bishop Gorman Gaels, USA Today’s No. 1- and 2-ranked teams in the nation, more than lived up to the pre-game expectations.

  • In Compton: St. Albert’s gets remodeled, refurbished gym

    The students at St. Albert the Great Middle School in Compton had inherited their aging gym from former all-girls’ Regina Caeli High School (later Queen of Angels Academy) nearby. But since 2002, due to lack of funds for extracurricular activities, the once vibrant building hadn’t fared well.

  • Cross Country: La Salle, Bishop Amat, Loyola lead the packs

    The La Salle Lancer girls cross country team finished first at the Grant Nunnally Invitational at Moreno Valley Community College on Sept. 13. La Salle freshman Makenna Maucher finished second and junior Bettina Lee was third overall.

  • Football: Mission League play begins

    Three Mission League football games highlight this weekend’s action involving Catholic high school football teams, with non-conference action continuing for most.

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October 21, 2014

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