March 28, 2014 |
Long Beach State Coach Dan Monson is in Sacramento this weekend to see if his four senior recruits can all win state championships, and the first title went to 6-foot-7 Temidayo Yussuf of Alameda St. Joseph Notre Dame. He scored 21 points and had 16 rebounds to lead the Pilots (33-2) to a 57-32 victory over Altadena Renaissance (24-8) in the Division V final at Sleep Train Arena. "Hopefully, we can all come to Long Beach with a ring," Yussuf said. Renaissance was outscored, 13-0, in the second quarter and fell behind, 29-8, at halftime.
March 25, 2014 |
Former Sherman Oaks Notre Dame player Josh Goossen-Brown, a senior transfer from Cal State Northridge, is making major contributions at the University of San Diego. He had eight hits, two home runs and three RBIs in action last week. He has four home runs and is batting .350. Eric.email@example.com
March 7, 2014 |
Something is going on with the Sherman Oaks Notre Dame track and field program. Of the 180 boys on the track team, 32 are shot putters. "We try to make it fun," Coach Joe McNab said. On Thursday, in a dual meet against Alemany, five of the shot putters surpassed 50 feet, led by Kyle Swanson, who was at 53-9. Apparently they like throwing around a 12-pound lead ball at Notre Dame. It's fun. Eric.firstname.lastname@example.org
February 27, 2014 |
With Sherman Oaks Notre Dame and Encino Crespi scheduled to move to different leagues in football this fall, there was talk of ending the neighborhood rivalry game. That has been prevented. The two schools have agreed to meet in a nonleague game at Notre Dame this coming season, Notre Dame Coach Kevin Rooney confirmed on Thursday. Notre Dame is scheduled to play Mira Costa, Birmingham, San Mateo Serra, Crespi, Canyon Country Canyon and San Diego St. Augustine in nonleague games.
February 26, 2014 |
With rain expected on Friday and Saturday, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame's new $3 million all-weather baseball field may not get in its first official game. Or it could be the only field capable of playing a game depending on the weather conditions. Notre Dame is scheduled to play Arleta at 11 a.m. on the opening day of the high school baseball season. The field has lights, so the game could be delayed until conditions allow it to be played. It will be the first test of the field's drainage system.
February 22, 2014 |
It was a partylike atmosphere on Saturday morning at Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, where the Knights unveiled their new $3-million baseball stadium and had a special guest, Neil Diamond, on hand to sing "Sweet Caroline. " There were celebrities everywhere. Pete Rose and Reggie Smith were there. Larry King, whose son is a freshman on the baseball team, was shaking hands and allowing lots of people to shoot selfies. Hollywood director Dennis Dugan, who helped design the stadium and asked Diamond, his good friend, to sing, was beaming with pride.