August 5, 2013 |
Morningside's cash-strapped football program is scheduled to be given 80 helmets, shoulder pads, knee pads and other equipment from Riddell , saving the program, according to Coach Derwin Henderson. "It's a life saver," Henderson said. Henderson said there was no money for equipment for this coming season at the Inglewood school. An alumnus who works for Riddell was instrumental in getting a donation of more than $20,000 in equipment, Henderson said. "Riddell is a hero," Henderson said.
March 9, 2009 |
In 2003, I left the Beverly Hills apartment I'd rented for years and bought a Spanish bungalow near Manchester and Western in Morningside Circle. The last thing I expected to get from the move was a lesson in financial planning. But as I watch so many scrambling to weather this recession, I'm both humbled and impressed by how the longtime homeowners in my South L.A. neighborhood are riding out the financial storm. My neighbors Thurman and Etheline bought their home nearly 50 years ago.
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August 20, 2006 |
On their sea-breezy hilltop in an often bad-mouthed city, the residents of Inglewood's Morningside Park, young, old and very old, gathered Saturday to celebrate their neighborhood. Rows of banquet tables covered with alternating blue and gold tablecloths were set beneath the tall ficus trees on 78th Street near West Boulevard. Over each, a white umbrella wobbled and balloons of blue and gold strained on their strings.
February 11, 2005 |
The red-and-white championship banners hanging from the rafters in Albright-Van Woy Gymnasium are reminders to all who enter that Inglewood Morningside High is a basketball school. The retired jersey numbers of Byron Scott (11) and Elden Campbell (14) hang above one side of the court, and those of Lisa Leslie (33) and Tina Thompson (14) hang above the other.
October 4, 2003 |
Mike McCarthy was midway through his first season as football coach at Inglewood Morningside High, and already he had doubts about trying to revive one of the Southland's most downtrodden programs. "When we were 0-5 last year, I had to look myself in the mirror and ask, 'Is this really the right situation for me?' " he recalled. "It looked dismal." When McCarthy looks out on the field today, he likes what he sees.
October 4, 2003 |
Quarterback Funaki Mateaki scored four of Inglewood Morningside's eight rushing touchdowns and the Monarchs held host El Segundo to 46 yards in the second half of a 57-7 victory Friday night. It was the Pioneer League opener for both teams. Heliki Fifita ran 14 times for 69 yards and two touchdowns, including a 10-yard score with 2:12 remaining in the first half to give Morningside (5-0) a 28-7 halftime lead.