September 14, 1986 |
Oak Park High's 1986 run-and-shoot offense opened Saturday night and perhaps closed also as Salesian capitalized on seven Eagle turnovers in a 34-3 rout at Roosevelt High. Salesian controled the game from the start, recovering a fumble on the opening kickoff. Luis De La Cruz's interception set up a four-yard scoring run by Kyle Franklin with 5:15 left in the half. Less than two minutes later, Tony Gonzales scored on a 55-yard run after Salesion had again taken the ball away from Oak Park.
October 19, 1986 |
St. Genevieve 21, Salesian 6--After being held scoreless for over three quarters, St. Genevieve scored three touchdowns in the last seven minutes of the game. Dion Contreras passed for two of the scores, the first to Michael Alvarez with 6:49 left in the game and the second to Chad Russell with 2:45 remaining. With a little over a minute left, Russell intercepted a pass at the Salesian eight-yard line. Three plays later, Alvarez ran 19 yards for the score.
March 29, 2014 |
Long Beach Poly is two quarters away from winning its sixth state championship. The Jackrabbits have jumped to a 36-23 halftime lead over Salesian in the state Open Division final at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento. Tania Lamb is the high scorer with nine points and Lajahna Drummer has eight points and six rebounds for Poly, which took an early 17-4 advantage and out-rebounded Salesian 24-10 in the first half. Poly is 8 of 10 from the free throw line and has made four three-point baskets.
April 21, 2014 |
Like a mystery novel with lots of plots, twists and turns, the Catholic Athletic Assn. is scheduled to meet on Tuesday and try to hammer out new leagues for football, and one of the newest proposals from Crespi has a seven-team Serra League made up of the Celts, Cathedral, Harvard-Westlake, La Salle, Salesian, St. Francis and St. Paul. Crespi has been a Pac-5 team and made the Pac-5 playoffs last season, but the program is down to 65 players, and schools officials have joined St. Francis in promoting their proposal.
April 22, 2014 |
The Catholic Athletic Association voted Tuesday to add Cathedral to a four-team league made up of Loyola, Bishop Amat and Gardena Serra for football only. Previously, Salesian was in the league but won an appeal, forcing the CAA to take another vote. The league is expected to be in the Pac-5 Division. Cathedral was selected over St. Francis. The other likely Pac-5 Division league will be made up of Alemany, Notre Dame, Crespi and Chaminade. Cathedral will appeal to the Southern Section Council on April 30, football Coach Kevin Pearson said.
April 19, 2014 |
La Canada St. Francis had better do lots of lobbying if it wants to avoid being moved up to a Pac-5 Division league in football. The Catholic Athletic Association is scheduled to meet on Tuesday to take another vote on new leagues after Salesian won its appeal from the Southern Section Executive Committee this past week. The deadline to submit proposals is Saturday afternoon, and three of the four proposals already submitted have St. Francis moving from the Mission League to one of the two four-team Pac-5 leagues.