Author: Jim Riggio

Start of Football Season Not Important to Players, Coaches

Nobody in a hurry to get back to the gridiron until they are safe from Covid-19.

CIF Releases Fall Sports Playoff Divisions

Falls sports teams, who will still don't know if they will have a season, find out what playoff divisions they might compete in if the season does move forward.

Embracing the Filipino Dream

Former Burbank High basketball star Don Allado made a tough decision to move back to the Philippines shortly after high school graduation 24 years ago.

Class of 2020 Produces Many Future College Athletes

Local schools will have a number of graduates who will continue their craft at the next level.

Buddy’s All Stars Stepping Up to the Plate in Need

Local sports uniform manufacturer has helped make thousands of masks to help those in need as a result of COVID-19.

James Williams Experiences Life in the Real World of Pro Football

Former Burbank High star running back isn't giving up on his football career just yet, one year removed from being stunned at not being selected in the NFL Draft.

Longtime Parks and Recreation Leader Remembered

Toney Smith was known by many throughout the sports community around the city.

Lots of Spring Sports Questions Left Unanswered Due to COVID-19

Cancellation leaves many to ponder what could have happened if not for the pandemic.

Athletes Try to Get Through Quarantine

High school stars look to different training methods to get through crisis.

Burbank High Sends Four Distance Runners to CSUN

Victor Goli, Dayne Ellis, Anthony Chiaravalle and Steven Wright all commit to running locally for the Matadors.

Burroughs Legend Dunivant Is Remembered

Former football coach led Burroughs through its most successful run.

Burroughs Boys Golf Takes First Round

Indians finish seven strokes ahead of league power Arcadia at DeBell.

Valiant Effort Not Enough for Burroughs Girls Basketball

Indians come up short on the road in the CIF semifinals against San Clemente.