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Friday Feb 17 | via Los Angeles Times
On a stormy, windy night in Southern California, even though basketball is played in a covered gymnasium, weather issues resulted in three of the City Section's four Open Division playoff games being postponed until Tuesday. No. 2-seeded Fairfax was able to play its game against visiting El Camino Real on Friday night and came away with a 67-53 victory to advance to next Saturday's semifinals at Los Angeles Roybal. Comment?
Thursday Feb 16 | via The Daily Republic
Armijo High graduate Rosevelt Smith Jr. takes a shot for the University of Maine-Fort Kent men's basketball team. Smith is one of the top players this year for the Bengals. Comment?
Saturday Feb 11 | via Scotts Valley Banner
A capacity crowd in the Bill Swenson Gymnasium inspired the Bulldog basketball team to rally for a strong second half on Friday against Lincoln High. Lincoln still was able to protect its early lead, 41-30 at the half, and hold back Tracy's fourth quarter assault to give the Trojans the 82-75 win. Comment?
Friday Feb 10 | via LA Daily News
Sierra Canyon's Amanda Olinger grabs a rebound during their girls basketball game against Windward High School at Windward High School in Los Angeles Friday, February 10, 2017. Trailing by one point with 1.1 seconds left and no time outs on the road trying to bring down a powerhouse and emerging nemesis, the stage was set. Comment?
Friday Feb 10 | via Los Angeles Times
The regular season ended in the City Section on Friday, and Birmingham and Fairfax showed they are the top two teams going into next week's playoffs in the Open Division. Birmingham wrapped up an unbeaten West Valley League season and probably No. Comment?
Thursday Feb 2 | via Culver City Times
Five stellar athletes from Culver City High School officially made their college selections yesteerday morning at ceremony in the Culver City High School gymnasium on National Signing Day - the first day high school athletes across the national are allowed to sign their letters of intent to play sports on the collegiate level. Krista Hernandez , the star libero for the Centaurs' girls volleyball team, signed her letter of intent to play at California State University, Bakersfield. Comment?
Wednesday Feb 1 | via LA Daily News
LOS ANGELES >> Sierra Canyon's first half against Windward was shaky, inconsistent and not what people expect for a nationally-ranked boys basketball team. The players knew it and during halftime, they got on each other to play to the standards they set for themselves. Comment?
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