• Cathedral picks up where they left off to defeat La Salle in two-day contest

    Take two of Cathedral vs. La Salle got off to a good start for the visiting Phantoms, as sophomore catcher Omar Veloz scored on a sharp single by senior second baseman Jason Pacheco. But in the home half of the inning, the Lancers looked determined to even things back up, and ensured that they did so with a furious rally. The surge began with senior right fielder Cameron Henderson scoring sophomore catcher Sammy Martinez on a single into left field, followed by junior cleanup hitter Kyle Cuellar smacking a double into deep center field to bring in Henderson and senior third baseman Ruben Martinez.

  • Bishop Alemany dominates rematch against Notre Dame

    Bishop Alemany dominates the rematch by a score of 6-1. Starting pitcher Brandon Ponticelli had a stellar outing, pitching 6 1/3 innings and allowing only one earned run and five hits while striking out six.

  • Bishop Alemany earns walk-off win in potential league championship preview vs. Notre Dame

    Facing a 4-3 deficit in the bottom of the 7th inning, the Bishop Alemany Warriors generated an impressive rally that culminated in a walk-off hit to give them the 5-4 victory.


  • Loyola Boys Volleyball sweeps Mira Costa in annual Battle of the Bay

    Much is at stake whenever Loyola and Mira Costa square off, not only because both schools are perennial volleyball powerhouses, but also because several Loyola players traditionally hail from Manhattan Beach and other parts of the South Bay. This results in a showdown featuring young men who are friends and former teammates with many players standing on the other side of the net, and a building filled with fans who can’t wait to see the action unfold.

  • Damien tops Cathedral to earn spot in Division III state championship

    According to Damien head coach Matt Dunn, his team’s focus in practice was “... to control [the Phantoms’] penetration, try to challenge them and make them a jump shooting team.”

    Mission accomplished. Of Cathedral’s 64 total field goal attempts, 40 were three-pointers and several others were long jump shots.



  • Mater Dei Monarchs move on to State finals

    Mater Dei finally got the elusive win against the Eagles, 48-44. 

  • Mater Dei knocks Bishop Montgomery out of Open Division, 65-59

    Down most of the game, the Knights engineered a late 9-2 comeback to make it a 56-51 game with 1:37 left and the ball in their hands. Once again, a Mater Dei opponent threw a late game punch. But this time, the determined Monarchs kept their foot on the gas, and forged ahead to earn a gutsy 65-59 victory.

  • Stellar Damien defense stymies Cantwell in Division III playoff game

    It may have been the annual feast day of Saint Patrick, but luck had nothing to do with the Damien Spartans 63-41 rout of the Cantwell-Sacred Heart Cardinals Tuesday night. In this Division III playoff matchup between two of the state’s best Catholic high school basketball teams, it was Damien who would control the game from start to finish, thanks to outstanding team play on both ends of the floor.

  • Cathedral fends off Alemany, 72-64

    The Cathedral Phantoms have faced off against big teams all year, but a 5’8” junior almost handed them a loss at the CIF State Division III Regional Semifinals Tuesday night.

    Alemany guard Shac Dawkins put on a show, scoring 31 points, including 10 straight, but Cathedral came out on top, 72-64, to move on to the Regional Finals.

  • Bishop Montgomery Staves Off St. Augustine-San Diego in First Round of Open Division Playoffs

    Do you want to know just how good the Bishop Montgomery Knights Boys Basketball team has been this season? To give you an idea, after defeating the St. Augustine-San Diego Saints on their home court 75-61 on Friday night, Bishop Montgomery head coach Doug Mitchell said, disappointedly, “We’ve had a lot of big games in a row, and maybe we were due for a bad one. I’m glad we survived, but we need to play better in the next game.”

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Certain Glory

Sean M. Wright

In this year of our Lord 2015, we celebrated the 1982nd anniversary of Jesus’ most precious gift, himself, in the sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist. This Sunday, May 24, we celebrate Pentecost, the 1982nd birthday of the universal Church, and the gift of the Holy Spirit.

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  • Sunday, May 24

    Revival, 8 a.m., 10 a.m., and 12:15 p.m. (during Mass), Transfiguration Catholic Church, 4020 Roxton Ave., Los Angeles. Come celebrate the spirit of Pentecost. (323) 292-3011.

    Vive la France, 2 p.m., St. Cyril of Jerusalem Church, 15520 Ventura Blvd., Encino. A marathon of French organ music, co-sponsored and performed by organists of the Los Angeles Chapter, American Guild of Organists. (310) 475-2693.


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