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  • Lakers fall to Suns, remain stuck on nine victories

    Lakers fall to Suns, remain stuck on nine victories
    That elusive 10th victory is still out of the Lakers' reach. So is a reliable defense. The small-ball Phoenix Suns stuck it to the home team with a never-quit offense and surprising tenacity on the boards in a 116-107 victory Sunday at Staples Center....
  • Glenn Davis Award winners

    Glenn Davis Award winners
    Players of the year Winners of The Times' high school football award for top player: Year: Player, School, Pos. 2014: Josh Rosen, St. John Bosco, QB 2013: Jaleel Wadood, St. John Bosco, WR/DB 2012: Thomas Duarte, Mater Dei, WR/LB 2011: Su'a...
  • UCLA hopes a football title can lead sports program in 2015

    UCLA hopes a football title can lead sports program in 2015
    The UCLA men's water polo team won an NCAA championship Dec. 7, extending the Bruins' record number of national titles to 112. UCLA's success in what athletic program officials call "Olympic sports" is unparalleled, but what Bruins fans really crave...
  • The Times' final high school football rankings

    The Times' final high school football rankings
    A look at the top 25 high school football teams in the Southland: Rank, School (Record) 2014 finish (Previous rank) 1. CORONA CENTENNIAL (12-3) Pac-5 champion (3) 2. ST. JOHN BOSCO (12-2) Pac-5 runner-up (1) 3. BISHOP AMAT (9-4) Pac-5 semifinalist...
  • St. John Bosco QB Josh Rosen is The Times' player of the year

    St. John Bosco QB Josh Rosen is The Times' player of the year
    If someone wants to build a bronze statue commemorating Josh Rosen's days at Bellflower St. John Bosco, it would be understandable. He's a 17-year-old senior quarterback who helped change the culture and perception of the Braves' football program. He...
  • Centennial's Javon McKinley catches on as Times' back of the year

    If anyone didn't know about junior receiver Javon McKinley of Corona Centennial High before the playoffs, they surely were aware of him afterward. During the Pac-5 Division playoffs, he caught 14 passes for 240 yards and four touchdowns against...
  • Long Beach Poly's Joseph Wicker is selected top lineman

    Long Beach Poly's Joseph Wicker is selected top lineman
    Whether his opponent was strong or weak, Joseph Wicker of Long Beach Poly High always found a way to influence the game from his position on the defensive line. It wasn't only his 17 1/2 sacks that told the story. It was the way his teammates...
  • Matt Logan of Pac-5 champion Corona Centennial is Times' coach of year

     Matt Logan of Pac-5 champion Corona Centennial is Times' coach of year
    Overcoming a season-opening loss to Santa Ana Mater Dei, using a two-quarterback rotation that no one else would dare try, winning the Pac-5 Division championship in his first attempt — those are just a few of the coaching achievements in 2014 for...
  • Los Angeles Times All-Star football team

    Los Angeles Times All-Star football team
    Los Angeles Times High school football all-star team Offense Pos., Player, School, Ht., Wt., Yr., Comment Quarterback: Josh Rosen, St. John Bosco, 6-4; 209, Sr. Completed 64% of his passes for 3,186 yards and 29 touchdowns. Had 90 scoring passes...
  • Prep predictions for 2015, from the bold to the blunt

    Prep predictions for 2015, from the bold to the blunt
    It's time to peer into my crystal ball and see what 2015 has in store for high school athletes, coaches and fans: •Kolby Allard of San Clemente, the best left-handed pitcher in Southern California not named Clayton Kershaw, will strike out 18,...
  • Clippers' Jordan Farmar is struggling this season

    Clippers' Jordan Farmar is struggling this season
    Jordan Farmar is a two-time NBA champion and has been a starting point guard in the league. Still, the question had to be asked: Would the Clippers be better served trying Jared Cunningham as the backup for Chris Paul? Farmar is averaging career...