The Prep League season has been difficult for the Providence High boys’ soccer team. Friday afternoon, the Pioneers showed how much they...
The Bears handle their business with an 18-6 victory over the Bulldogs.
The Bears are outscored 48-34 over the last three quarters by the Falcons.
Burroughs High girls’ soccer coach Brady Riggs was hoping for the best but fearing the worst Tuesday when the Bears hosted visiting...
The Bears fall behind and then even it before losing to the Mustangs by five points.
The Bears lead from start to finish in a Pacific League triumph over the Mustangs on Friday.
It’s an intense John Burroughs High School varsity softball game. Catcher, Rachel Little, is engaged in the game, watching the field where her teammates are ready and in position. Their cleats are pressed into the field’s dirt, mitts up and ready, waiting for Little to call the pitch and end the inning. In the stands are parents, classmates, and a 10-year-old girl named Skylar Celli-Recht, holding a handmade “Go #2 Rachel” sign and cheering on her favorite player.
It took a couple of matches before the Bulldogs experienced triumph. However, it put things together Wednesday.
The Bulldogs began the match slowly but then pulled away for the victory over the Mustangs.
Kaiden Fine wasted no time in what turned out to be a watershed moment in his career.