• End of the year football awards

    In a season full of big plays, upsets and undefeated streaks, it was hard to narrow the awards down to just one entrant. But these were the ones that stood out to us.

  • Excitement builds as the basketball season gets underway

    This year will be an exciting year for Southern California basketball, as always. All of the games will count, as high-level colleges are recruiting many high profile players. We’re in for a good season. 

  • Bosco loses Pac-5 championship to Centennial

    The CIF Southern Section Pac-5 championship is arguably the hardest title to win in California. St. John Bosco won it last year. How hard could it be to repeat?

  • Bishop Amat wins big in state cross country finals

    Bishop Amat took home first place for the boys and second place for the girls in the CIF State Division IV championships Nov. 29. After sweeping the CIF-SS titles at Mt. SAC last week, they looked to do the same in Fresno’s Woodward Park on Saturday. Woodward Park is a five-kilometer course.

  • St. John Bosco to play for championship

    The St. John Bosco Braves were looking for a berth to the Pac-5 Division title game. However, rival Long Beach Poly, the same team that beat them, 13-10, in the 2012 regional finals, stood in their way. This time, Bosco made sure there was a different ending. They beat Poly, 33-21, to make it to their second straight Pac-5 title game.

  • From Panda to Wildcat: Olivia Rosendahl of Immaculate Heart High signs with Northwestern

    Ranked first in the nation for her age group in diving, senior Olivia Rosendahl of Immaculate Heart High School officially signed with Northwestern University last week with the dreams of continuing her phenomenal success on the diving platforms.

  • Upset by Bishop Amat highlights Friday‚Äôs action

    The Bishop Amat Lancers came into Friday’s matchup against No. 2 seed JSerra as underdogs. They left victorious, and with a spot in the CIF-SS Pac-5 Semifinals.

  • Bosco, Crespi among teams to advance to quarterfinals

    The John Bosco Braves, the defending champions and the No. 1 seed in the Pac-5 division, showed again why they are a national powerhouse. Enjoying an undefeated season thus far, the St. Francis Golden Knights beat up on Mayfair, 49-14, in the opening round of the CIF-SS Southeast Division tournament.

  • From Panda to Wildcat

    Ranked first in the nation for her age group in diving, senior Olivia Rosendahl of Immaculate Heart High School officially signed with Northwestern University last week with the dreams of continuing her phenomenal success on the diving platforms. 

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Jean Beliveau, RIP

REV. RONALD ROLHEISER, OMI

Jean Beliveau was more than an athlete, though certainly he was a one-in-a-million athlete. The record of his achievements almost defies belief. He played in the National Hockey League for 20 seasons and retired with 10 championship rings. 

 

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