December 12, 2012 |
After a successful career as an actor, writer and producer, Eriq La Salle has shifted gears to write his debut novel, "Laws of Depravity" (CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, $15). La Salle may be best known for his long-running role playing Dr. Peter Benton on the NBC drama series "ER” and, more recently, appearances in the drama “A Gifted Man.” But it was the TV movie "Mind Prey" that piqued La Salle's interest in writing a thriller. "Laws of Depravity" follows a serial killer who murders 12 clergymen every 10 years, emulating the martyrdom of Jesus and his disciples.
May 21, 2002 |
Pasadena La Salle was declared Southern Section Division IV girls' track and field co-champion with North Hills L.A. Baptist on Monday after being awarded second place in the divisional finals at Cerritos College on Saturday. L.A. Baptist outscored La Salle, 79-74, according to the official results released Saturday. But L.A. Baptist's Nikki Marquez had been mistakenly awarded five points for finishing in a tie for third in the shotput when she actually placed a non-scoring eighth.
October 11, 1992 |
Orange Lutheran's backfield duo of Dale Huss and Todd Williamson combined to score all five Lancer touchdowns in a 35-7 victory over Pasadena La Salle Saturday at Orange Lutheran. Orange Lutheran (4-1) took control early when Williamson ran four yards into the end zone on the Lancers' opening drive. Williamson, a 5-foot-10 senior who gained 143 yards in 16 carries, added a nine-yard touchdown run with 7:09 left in the third quarter. He also kicked all five PATs.
March 28, 2013
STARTERS LA SALLE; HT.; WT.; Stats; P; WICHITA STATE; HT.; WT.; Stats D.J. Peterson; 6-5; 190; 4.0 ppg; G/F; Carl Hall; 6-8; 238; 12.6 ppg Tyreek Duren; 6-0; 185; 14.4 ppg; G; Tekele Cotton; 6-2; 202; 6.3 ppg Sam Mills; 6-2; 200, 8.0 ppg; G; Malcolm Armstead; 6-0; 205; 10.6 ppg Ramon Galloway; 6-3; 180; 17.4 ppg; G; Ron Baker; 6-3; 218; 7.9 ppg Jerrell Wright; 6-8; 240; 10.7 ppg; F/C; Ehimen Orukpe; 7-0; 250; 4.4 rpg ...
January 17, 1985 |
The development and history of the United States is deeply rooted in the Northern European belief in the "work ethic." The Puritans, Masons and Pilgrims who first set foot in New England believed that hard work wouldn't hurt anyone. This belief holds true at La Salle High in Pasadena, where the work ethic is credited for the school's back-to-back CIF-Southern Section 1-A soccer championships and a string of Santa Fe League titles.
March 27, 2013 |
The message was clear and it came with accent, attitude and a side of sauce: Don't even start with the insulting line of questioning that would somehow suggest La Salle - La Salle! - is an underdog being overshadowed in the NCAA tournament by Florida Gulf Coast. It could be misconstrued that way as No. 13 La Salle (24-9) prepares for Thursday night's West Regional semifinal game against No. 9 Wichita State (28-8) at Staples Center. In any other year, La Salle would be the darling of this dance.