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RISE and NFL Gives Youth a Voice with Leadership Program
January 13, 2022
To commemorate Super Bowl LVI, the organization RISE has partnered up with the NFL to host the Super Bowl Social Justice Youth Leadership Program. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Antoine Robinson
January 13, 2022
Although he can play multiple sports, Crenshaw junior guard Antoine Robinson enjoys competing in basketball the most. Playing basketball has given him skills that he can apply beyond the court. ... read more »
Angel City Games Provides More Sports For Athletes
January 6, 2022
The 2021 Angel City Games Presented by The Hartford came in time for the holidays at Los Angeles High School instead of UCLA. Despite the change of date and venue, the Angel City Games had the same level of competition, camaraderie, and discovery as it had in previous years. ... read more »
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The Dwan Hurt Tournament Expands Competition and Impact
January 6, 2022
Since its inception in 2018, the Dwan Hurt Holiday Classic basketball tournament has grown into prominence in Los Angeles. The fourth annual Holiday Classic was held at two different locations, highlighting the talents of 28 teams. ... read more »
Student Athletes of the Year
December 30, 2021
Anyse Grimble, Westchester High School Assata Gaines, NYU Bella Witt, Calabasas High School Chase Lucas, Arizona State Dorian Thompson-Robinson, UCLA Drake London, USC Hercy Miller, Minnehaha Academy Jayda Hamilton, ... read more »
Rams Battle COVID in Route to Defeating Seahawks
December 23, 2021
After grappling with a COVID-19 outbreak that put several players in health and safety protocols, the Los Angeles Rams outlasted the Seahawks 20-10 on Tuesday. The Rams’ defense held the Seahawks to 13 first downs and 80 rushing yards. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Michael Richardson
December 23, 2021
Senior first baseman Michael Richardson has talents that exceed the baseball diamond. Along with being a stand-out in baseball, he is an umpire who enjoys traveling and horseback riding. ... read more »
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Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program Awards Grants to Six Organizations
December 23, 2021
The Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee continues to assist marginalized communities by granting six organizations $50,000 each. The organizations are a part of the 56 Champions of the Super Bowl LVI Legacy Program. ... read more »
NFL Green Plants Trees in Watts
December 19, 2021
The Los Angeles Super Bowl host committee partnered with Verizon, NFL Green, and TreePeople to plant trees in a neighborhood in Watts. This is one of many greening projects NFL Green will be hosting in Los Angeles. Video by Amanda Scurlock ... read more / watch video »
NFL Plants Trees in Watts to Celebrate Super Bowl LVI
December 16, 2021
The NFL and the Los Angeles Super Bowl Committee continue to improve the environment by teaming up with TreePeople and Verizon to plant over 25 trees in Watts. Dozens of volunteers planted Lemon Bottlebrush trees along Hickory Street between east 105th and 107 streets. ... read more »
Rams Showcase Depth in Victory over Jaguars
December 9, 2021
After enduring a tough span of games in November, the los Angeles Rams cruised over the Jacksonville Jaguars 37-7. Los Angeles executed well on all three phases; reserves stepped up as the team continues to grapple with their injury problems. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Chase Lucas
December 9, 2021
Arizona State grad student defensive back Chase Lucas is the captain of the Sun Devils football team this season. His efforts as a leader and a competitor helped Arizona State come in third in the Pac-12 with an 8-4 overall record and a 6-3 league record. ... read more »
Student Athlete of the Week: Trent McDuffie
December 2, 2021
Washington sophomore defensive back Trent McDuffie is finding his stride on the team. The former St. John Bosco standout has made notable accomplishments during his college career. ... read more »
“Last Chance U: Basketball” Returns to ELAC for Second Season
December 2, 2021
The Netflix series “Last Chance U: Basketball” will once again feature the East Los Angeles College (ELAC) men’s basketball team for a second season. Viewers get another chance to witness the dynamic coach John E. Mosley as he leads the second best junior college program in the state. ... read more »
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