April 27, 2014 |
BASEBALL NONLEAGUE Capistrano Valley Christian 4, La Salle 1 Beckman 11-8, Katella 1-2 TOURNAMENTS CORONA CENTENNIAL Kaiser 7, Arlington 2 Corona Centennial 5, Patriot 4 EDISON Capistrano Valley 10, Paramount 2 REDONDO Cypress 6, Los Alamitos 2 SOFTBALL NONLEAGUE Corona 7-11, Louisville 6-0 Orange Lutheran 8,...
March 3, 1990 |
After two regular-season meetings and half a championship match, there was little to separate the Harvard and La Salle high school soccer teams. The San Fernando Valley League teams had tied twice during the regular season, but La Salle won the league title based on a better league record. And after the first 40 minutes of Friday's Southern Section Small Schools Division title match, the teams were still tied, 0-0.
March 29, 2013 |
You could see it was going to be a problem for La Salle from the opening tip. The basket on both ends of Staples Center was 10 feet from the floor and Wichita State players were always closer to it. The four-guard rotation that got La Salle to the Sweet 16 stopped the Explorers from reaching the Elite Eight. Wichita State's wall was just too much in a game that has always favored taller people. The Shockers also had too much energy and depth. Wichita State jumped La Salle early and basically cruised to a 72-58 win Thursday night to advance to Saturday's West Regional final.
November 21, 2013 |
L.A. Cathedral's record has dropped from 7-4 to 6-5 after the school was forced to forfeit its season opening victory over La Salle for using an ineligible player. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
January 11, 1991 |
Barclay Mackinnon, coach of the Harvard High boys' soccer team, recalled a heartbreaking loss to inspire his team in a San Fernando Valley League match at La Salle on Thursday. "You know what (La Salle Coach Cherif Zein) is telling them now?" Mackinnon asked his team at halftime. "He's saying, 'Don't worry. It's our game because they choke.' " Mackinnon was referring to a tournament loss to La Salle five weeks ago in which the Saracens squandered a two-goal lead.
March 24, 1999 |
This was nearly a decade before UCLA began its domination of college basketball, when the center of the basketball universe was thought to be the playgrounds of Philadelphia. There, the likes of Paul Arizin, Tom Gola and Guy Rodgers learned the game before becoming All-Americans at Villanova, La Salle and Temple, respectively. But all that changed on this date, when basketball's power center, with one game, jumped to the West Coast.
October 26, 1997 |
La Salle 35, Bell-Jeff 3--Quarterback David Taylor rushed for 300 yards and five touchdowns in 34 carries to lead the Lancers (6-1, 3-1) at Burroughs High. Taylor scored on runs of one, five and seven yards to give La Salle a 20-3 halftime lead. He also scored on a 33-yard run in the third quarter and a two-yarder in the fourth. Sean Doyle kicked a 42-yard field goal for Bell-Jeff (2-5, 2-2) in the first quarter.
February 17, 1990 |
Oklahoma beat Colorado by 22 points Friday night at Norman, Okla., but it was far from a rout. After being frustrated most of the night by Colorado's deliberate offense, the 11th-ranked Sooners scored 19 of the game's last 21 points and pulled away to an 86-64 victory in a Big Eight Conference game. "The last five minutes it got away from us," Colorado Coach Tom Miller said. "I can't fault the kids at all. I thought they really gave a great effort. Oklahoma's just a real explosive team."
March 19, 2014 |
Freshman Tommy Palomera threw five no-hit innings to lead Chatsworth past La Salle, 10-1, in the championship game of the Babe Herman tournament on Wednesday night. Palomera has now thrown 19 scoreless innings on the season. Chatsworth improved to 8-1-1. Jake Ryan had two hits and three RBIs. Eric.email@example.com
September 27, 2002 |
"Crazy as Hell" is as ambitious as it is ponderous, a psychological drama in which a controversial psychiatrist takes up temporary residence in a state mental institution as part of a documentary project, only to start questioning his own sanity. It marks a vigorous directorial debut by Eriq La Salle, who, as is often the case with actors-turned-directors, guides his large cast with considerable skill and flair.