April 15, 2009 |
No. 20 Reseda Cleveland 3, No. 1 Chatsworth 2 Top contributors: Senior right-hander John Wilson (6-0) struck out 10, walked one and scattered seven hits for Cleveland. Danny Vidales had two hits for Cleveland. Derek Neely had an RBI double for Chatsworth, and Shawn Meusborn had two hits. The scoop: Cleveland ended a 19-game losing streak to the eight-time City Section champion Chancellors. Cleveland scored the winning run in the bottom of the sixth on a throwing error.
January 13, 2009 |
GAME OF THE DAY Newhall Hart (11-6) at Santa Clarita Golden Valley (15-1) Tonight, 6:30. Why it matters: This is the Foothill League opener for two schools that have split their first two meetings. Golden Valley's only loss came to Hart, 63-60, on Dec. 22 in a tournament game. The Grizzlies have an improving 6-foot-6 junior in Trevor Wiseman and top scorers in Steven Thornton and Maverick Ahanmisi. Hart's top player is guard Brad Wyche.
April 6, 2006 |
ROCK always needs new generations of fans to survive. So it was an impressive, epic feat that five young bands headed by Fall Out Boy and the All American Rejects filled the Los Angeles Sports Arena on Tuesday with thousands of excited new listeners. Less rewarding was the music itself: market-tested emo-pop uncontaminated by fresh ideas.
September 6, 1991 |
If you're thinking about buying the latest "new" album by future Rock and Roll Hall of Fame possibilities David Bowie and Tom Petty, you might also consider the latest "old" albums by the two artists.
March 2, 2006 |
ON select dates of Hawthorne Heights' upcoming tour with punk pinups Fall Out Boy, singer-guitarist JT Woodruff will call a few fans to join him by the microphone. These fans will be chosen from thousands who wrote to the quintet's online community, thisiswhoweare.org, confessed how they mistreated a boyfriend, girlfriend or best friend and wanted to make an arena-sized apology.
February 28, 1993
With or without Tamu Agiza, Dorsey High was too much for Roosevelt on Friday. Agiza, who sat out most of the third quarter with a sprained ankle, managed a game-high 33 points to lead the Dons past the Roughriders, 58-53, in a City 4-A quarterfinal game at Roosevelt. Agiza, a 5-foot-9 forward scored 18 first-half points and returned in the fourth quarter to score 15 of her team's 21.
January 29, 1995 |
Manual Arts High Coach Andrea Anthony isn't ready to predict how the Toilers will fare in the Coastal Conference in her first season. Manual Arts, though, looked among the best Wednesday after handing Venice a 54-38 defeat in a battle of unbeaten conference teams. "We have a tendency to be erratic at times, and control is the key," Anthony said. That was not a problem Wednesday for Manual Arts, which was not challenged en route to winning its seventh in row to improve to 5-0 in conference.