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Spring Season Update

April 28, 2019

An Eagle Rock alumna ending a successful Division 1 college water polo career. Boys Tennis comes to a close. Baseball and softball closing in on the end of the regular season. Boys volleyball entering into the playoffs. Track and swimming finals next week. Cathedral soccer athlete signs NLI. Here's an update on league play at high schools in Northeast Los Angeles as of April 28:

Alumni Spotlight

Eagle Rock alumna Lindsey Garcia was honored on April 4th during a special pre-game ceremony for her 4 year water polo career at Cal State Northridge. She will be graduating in May with a degree in Business Law and planning to continue coaching and working, while studying for her LSAT next year and then applying to school in the Fall.

For the past 9 months she has been working at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center starting with the introduction to water polo group and now coaching water polo for one of the 14u teams. Lindsey was a member of the Eagle Rock girls water polo teams (2012-2015) that were 84-8 overall and won four CIF L.A. City Section Championships.

Lindsey Garcia

Baseball

Marshall are undefeated at 8-0 with 2 games remaining. The Barristers have clinched a tie for the league title. Wilson is at 6-2; losing only to Marshall in both contests. Marshall has outscored league opponents 53-8.

On March 18th Marshall senior pitcher Abe Pacheco threw a 5-inning perfect game, striking out 11 in the Barristers 12-0 victory over Eagle Rock.

Eagle Rock's Isaac Diaz agaist Wilson at Yosemite Recreation Center

Softball

With league games coming to an end next week Eagle Rock is 7-0 followed by Marshall (6-2) and Wilson ( 5-2).

Eagle Rock's Elianna Reyes extended her high school consecutive game hitting streak to 32 games passing Lincoln's Ronni Silas (28) from the 2015 season.

Senior first baseman Elennie Hernandez who did not pitch in her junior year and only pitched 6.2 innings in her sophomore year was called on to pitch and was intrumental in two big wins against league rival Marshall.

Eagle Rock's Elennie Hernandez

Sotomayor Rising: Sotomayor defeated both Franklin and Lincoln for the first times in their 8 year history. Their 3 wins now are the most they have ever won in league competition.

Boys Volleyball

Eagle Rock boys volleyball swept Northern League competition for the 12 consecutive year. They are 111-1 in 11 years and have a 107 league match winning streak. Coach Tim Bergeron is 125-7 in 13 years as head coach. League runner-ups Lincoln and Marshall both had 7-3 records.

Eagle Rock;s Mathieu Mahinan

Playoffs: Eagle Rock received the #5 seed in the Open Divsion and will face (#4) Chatsworth on May 2nd. Division 1-5 will have matches on April 30th.

Division 1 (13) Marshall @ (4) Sylmar
Division 2 (14) Wilson @ (3) Jordan
Division 4 (3) Franklin vs (14) Animo De La Hoya
Division 4 (1) Bye
Division 5 (12) Sotomayor @ (5) Orthpaedic

Track & Field

Marshall has continued its league track dominance, winning titles in boys varisty and boys and girls frosh-soph. All three went 7-0 for the 2nd straight year. Boys varsity has now won 11 of last 13 league titles and gone 78-2 in that stretch. Northern League Finals will be held on May 3rd.

Swimming

City Prelims & Finals will be held at LA84 Foundation/John C. Argue Swim Stadium with prelims on May 1st and finals on May 3rd Boys Tennis Eagle Rock went undefeated in league competion with a 11-0 record and for the 5th consecutive year. Marshall was runner-ups going 11-3.

Eagle Rock's Amanda Lau (foreground) & Julianna Keipp

Boys Tennis

Eagle Rock went undefeated in league competition with a 11-0 record and for the 5th consecutive year. Marshall was runner-ups going 11-3. Playoffs: Eagle Rock received the #3 seed in Boys Tennis Open Division semi-finals but lost to #2 Granada Hills 22-7.5. Marshall the #5 seed in Division I defeated #12 Manual Arts 28.5-1 and lost in the quarterfinals against #4 Bell 20-9. Wilson #12 in Division II lost to #5 Van Nuys 16.5-13 in round 1

Competitive Cheer

Marshall Barristers Cheer captured the Northern Division Championship. Hollywood High won the the Central/Northern Championship followed by Marshall and Eagle Rock Lincoln Cheer won 1st place in Division 2 at the CIF L. A. City Section Eastern Regional competition held at Wilson High School.

City Championships: Franklin Panthers Cheer placed 2nd in Division 3.

Cathedral Soccer:
Congratulations to Adrian Munoz '19 on signing his National Letter of Intent to continue his athletic career at the collegiate level with the University of Redlands.


Spring Season Gets Underway

April 1, 2019

Lincoln's Coach Mark Shapiro

Coach Mark Shapiro has stepped down as the Lincoln Tigers head coach. He will still be involved as a coordinator doing paperwork, scheduling, etc. He will no longer have the responsibilities as a head coach.

Shapiro started teaching at Lincoln High School in 1970 and retired in 2009. He took over the Tigers softball team in 1998 and they won 444 games with 140 losses and 9 ties in his 21 year coaching career. The 2007 Lincoln team won the city championship. No other Northern League team has won a city championship.

"Mark did a tremendous job as head coach for so many years at Lincoln. He represented Lincoln with class and professionalism and built a program that was always one of the best in the Northern League. What truly stood out was Mark's care for his players and all the softball players in the City Section," said Dick Dornan, softball sport coordinator for the CIF LA City Section. "He oversaw the City All-Star games, was responsible for the All-Academic teams, and was a dedicated league rep on the softball advisory committee during his tenure. His passion for teaching and coaching the game of softball was very evident during his career. He left the program in very good shape and he will be missed in the softball community."

NELA Sports One reached out via e-mail to Belen Benitez, a former player from the 2007 championship team and LHS class of 2008:

"Shapiro was a phenomenal coach, role model and a father figure for my sisters and I. My parents worked a lot growing up and as a result of that they didn't have the time to attend our games but Shapiro was always there to guide us to a brighter future. Shapiro taught me the fundamental tools to become a mentally and physically strong competitor. I dedicated my teenage years to Softball because he believed in me and made it possible to compete in the next level."

"I played 2 years for LA Valley College and received a Division I softball scholarship to the University of Maryland Eastern Shore. My dreams and goals were conquered and I will be forever grateful for Shapiro's dedication and sacrifice to help develop young rising athletes in the inner city community."

"Coach Shapiro made a huge impact in my life and I feel blessed to have been a product of his legacy."

Boys Volleyball

Eagle Rock the defending Northern League Champions are 5-0 in league competition with 5 more games scheduled. Lincoln has a 4-1 record followed by Marshall at 3-2. Franklin is 2-3, Wilson 1-4 and Sotomayor 0-5.

Eagle Rock has a 102 game league winning streak. They last lost a league game in 2009 to Marshall. Volleyball will end their regular season on April 22.

Baseball

Northern League play has just started with Marshall and Wilson out front with 2-0 records. Marshall swept the 2 games against Eagle Rock and Wilson has swept Franklin.

On March 18th Marshall pitcher Abe Pacheco had 11 strikouts in a 5 inning perfect game against Eagle Rock in a 12-0 win.

Boys Tennis

Eagle Rock the defending Northern League Champions are 7-0 in league competition followed by Marshall at 4-1. There are 4 more matches in league before the playoffs.

Softball

Northern League play is just getting started with Wilson at 2-0. Eagle Rock,
Marshall and Sotomayor have 1 win each. Franklin and Lincoln are 0-2.

Eagle Rock's junior Elianna Reyes a San Diego State softball commit who transferred from Alhambra High School played her first game for Eagle Rock against Franklin on March 22. Elianna went 3 for 3 with 3 home runs, one was a towering shot over the right field fence at Eagle Rock. Elianna also had a walk in her 4 at bats. She had 2 stolen bases, 4 runs scored & 5 RBI's in her Eagle debut. Her 3 home runs in a single game is a school record.

Following the game Elianna told NELA Sports One: "I wanted to make a statement coming into league."

elianna Reyes Eagle Rock softball Eagle Rock's Elianna Reyes stealing 2nd

On March 26 Sotomayor defeated Lincoln 10-9 for the first time in school history. Before the game Lincoln had a 14-0 record against the Wolves and had outscored them 196-10.

Jimena Ibarra Sotomayor Wolves softball Cassandra Ibarra Sotomayor Wolves softball

Competitive Cheer

Northern-Central League Championship was held on March 15th at Wilson High School. Hollywood won the Championship. Marshall came in second and Eagle Rock third out of 10 teams competing.

The Eastern Regionals will be held on April 13th at Wilson High School. The CIF L.A. City Section Championship will be held on April 27.

Basketball All-City Teams Announced

Boys Basketball: Christian Dunbar of Eagle Rock High was named Coach of the Year. Mitchell Gravino, a senior at Eagle Rock, was named Player of the Year.

Mitchell Gravino

Also named to the team were Jordan Purvis, a junior at Eagle Rock, and Augustin Rodriguez, a junior at Lincoln High.

All-City Division V
Player of the Year: Juan Gonzalez, Senior, CALS Early College (Eagle Rock)
Juan Gonzalez, Senior, CALS Early College
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Girls Basketball: Named to the ALL-CIF LA City and ALL-CITY Open Division, were Eagle Rock High players Charlize Ea, a senior, and Amanda Williams, a sophomore.

Division II saw April Esquivel, a senior at Marshall, named to the team.


Eagle Rock Boys Basketball Win Championship

February 25, 2019

Coach Christian Dunbar's Eagle Rock Eagles boys basketball team have captured the CIF L.A. City Section Division II Championship. The Eagles defeated the Kennedy Cougars 56-52 in overtime at Birmingham High School on Friday night, February 22nd.

Eagle Rock Basketball 2019 Division II Champions

Leading the way for the Eagles were senior Mitchell Gravino with 16 points & 8 rebounds and junior Jordon Purvis with 13 points & 21 rebounds.

In a post game interview Mitchell Gravino stated "This was a very exciting game, very close, hard fought. Kennedy never backed down, they were always in it, always fought back. A great win; exciting feeling to win a championship"

Jordon Purvis credited the coaching staff for their success this season, "This win means a lot to us because as a team we worked together and we worked really hard for this championship to win. I couldn't do it without Coach Dunbar he's a great coach also Coach (Narada) Whalum, Coach (Deon) Johnson, Coach B (Mike Barbera) they're all good coaches and they helped us to get here."

Eagle Rock went undefeated in the Northern League with a 9-0 record and are 25-4 overall. They faced 4 teams in the playoffs defeating Central City Valley, Chatsworth and Banning along with Kennedy.

The Championship was the 2nd for boys basketball. They also won it in 2014; both were under Coach Dunbar. This is the 32nd team championship for Eagle Rock High School which leads the Northern League.

Coach Dunbar had this to say about the win "It just was a very competitive game both teams played really hard and I think we just showed a lot of resilience. We've been doing it all year playing close games all year which helped us out in the biggest game of the year. This year we were happy to have the team to do it and they had to persevere to get through it. So I'm just so excited for the guys and coaches and all the hard work that we put into it."


Three local high school teams headed to the Finals

February 17, 2019

The Eagle Rock Eagles boys basketball team defeated the Banning Pilots in double overtime 72-61 in the semifinals at Palisades High School Saturday night and advances to the CIFLACS Division II Championship game against the Kennedy Cougars. The Championship game will be held at Birmingham High School in Van Nuys on Friday night, February 22nd at 8pm.

The Eagles are going for their 2nd boys basketball championship in school history. They won the Division III Championship in 2014.

Eagle Rock had a 28-21 halftime lead. Banning came out strong with a 16-5 third quarter run and led the Eagles 37-33 after 3 quarters. Eagle Rock bounced back in the 4th quarter and ended regulation play tied 51-51. Each team scored 6 points in the first overtime. In the second overtime Eagle Rock outscored Banning 15-4 to end with a 72-61 victory.


Sotomayor Wolves girls basketball defeated Northridge Academy 30-22 in the semifinals at Northridge on Saturday night to advance to the CIFLACS Division III Championship game against the Bell Eagles. Sotomayor defeated Marquez (Huntington Park) in the first round and Academia Avance (Highland Park) in the quarterfinals.

The Championship game will be held at Granada Hills High School on Thursday night, February 21st at 6pm. Sotomayor defeated Marquez in the first round and Academia Avance of Highland Park in the quarterfinals.

This will be the Wolves 2nd visit to the Championship round. In 2016 they played South Gate but lost 42-32.

The Cathedral Phantoms soccer team defeated Mater Dei (Santa Ana) 1-0 in the semifinals at Cathedral to advance to the Southern Section Division 1 Finals. They will face San Clemente in the Division 1 Championship match on Friday, February 22nd.

The Phantoms went undefeated in the CIF-SS Del Rey League with a 7-0-1 record and a 21-2-2 overall record. Cathedral had a bye in the first round and defeated Hueneme in the 2nd round 1-0. In the quarterfinals against Mission Viejo the Phantoms were deadlocked 1-1 through regulation and two overtimes periods. The Phantoms won on penalty kicks 4-2.


High Schools Winter Sports Round-up

February 1, 2019

Boys Basketball

Eagle Rock went into the Lincoln game on Friday night January 30th at 7-0 and Lincoln 7-1. This game was for the Northern League title and a likely #1 seed in the Division II playoffs. Lincoln led at halftime 30-15. After 3 quarters the Eagles cut the Lincoln lead to 37-31. Fast forward to the 4th quarter and Lincoln leading 50-49, Eagle Rock missed a shot with 14 seconds to go. Lincoln got the rebound but a bad pass under the basket led to a scramble for the ball. Eagle Rock's Mitchell Gravino recovered the ball under the basket with 7 seconds remaining. Lincoln's Jordan Erami reached in and knocked the ball loose, it landed on Gravino's foot and almost went out of bounds before Gravino recovered it and immediately went up for the basket for the 2 points with 4.5 seconds remaining. Eagle Rock won the game 51-50 and earned their first outright Northern League Championship since 2014. In 2016 there was a 3-way tie with Lincoln and Marshall. Eagle Rock is 8-0 with one game remaining. Playoff seeding will be on Saturday February 2nd

Eagles Game winning basket vs Lincoln

A tough loss for the Tigers who led throughout the game. Both teams should have a good run in the Division II playoffs. The Eagles are ranked #1 and the Tigers at #3.

Boys Soccer
Marshal has clinched the Northern League Championship with a 8-0-1 record
followed by Sotomayor at 6-2 with one more match on Friday. Playoff seeding will be announced on Monday, February 4th.

Boys Wrestling
Eagle Rock defeated Wilson 67-6 and have won the Northern League Championship with a 4-0 league record. The L.A. City Section Regionals will be held on on February 9th at Monroe High School. The Championships will be held on Friday, February 15th & Saturday, February 16th, 2019 at L.A. Mission College

Girls Basketball

Eagle Rock won their 8th consecutive Northern League Championship.
Friday afternoon they defeated Lincoln 63-19 to remain undefeated in league competition at 8-0 with one game remaining on Friday. Playoff seeding will be on Saturday February 2nd

Girls Soccer
Eagle Rock has clinched the Northern League Championship. They are 9-0 with one more match against Sotomayor on Friday night February 1st. Playoff seeding will be announced on Monday, February 4th.

Girls Water Polo

Eagle Rock finished undefeated in league competition and has won their 8th consecutive Eastern League Championship. Playoff seeding will be announced on Friday, February 1st


High Schools Fall Sports Round-up

November 30, 2018

Football
Eagle Rock went 4-0 in league and 11-1 overall. They won back-to-back Northern League Championships. They were seeded #2 in the Open Division. They made it to the semi-finals where they lost to Garfield 24-21.

Franklin went 5-0 in league and 11-2 overall. They received the #1 seed in Division II and advanced to the semi-finals where they lost to the Locke Saints 26-14

Wilson received the #2 seed in the Division II playoffs but lost to Roosevelt in the quarterfinals 26-0.

Lincoln #9 seed in the Division III playoffs were defeated in the quarterfinals 70-36 by #1 seed Santee.

Final Northern League Football Standings
Eagle Rock 4-0
Franklin 4-1
Wilson 3-2
Torres 2-3
Lincoln 1-3
Marshall 0-5

Final Note: The Northern League had 4 girls playing at the varsity level. Inez Muniz (Frankin Panthers), Anahi Garcia (Wilson Mules), Dafny Torres and Tracy Nunez (Torres Toros)

Girls Tennis
Eagle Rock went 10-0 in league competition and extended their league winning streak to 38. They won their 4th consecutive Northern League Championship.

The Eagles defeated Northern League rival Marshall Barristers in the championship match to win back-to-back Division 1 Championships. The win was their 7 championship and the schools 30th in all sports.

Girls Volleyball
Eagle Rock went 10-0 in League competition and won their 10 consecutive Northern League Championship. The extended their league winning streak to 85 games.

They were seeded #6 in the Open Division and competed in the CIF State playoffs.

The Lincoln Tigers competed in the Division V playoffs and defeated Animo De La Hoya 3-2 to win their first girls volleyball City Championship in school history. They also competed in the CIF State playoffs.

Franklin qualified for the Division IV playoffs and advanced to the Quarterfinals where they lost to Lakeview Charter 3-2.

Two Eagle Rock Volleyball players were selected to the All-CIF L.A. City Section Team; Jade Fuentes (Junior) and Trina Limbo (Senior).

Water Polo
Eagles Boys Water Polo earned their 4th consecutive Central League Champions with a 12-0 record and extended their league winning streak to 32 matches. They were seeded #4 in the playoffs and made it to the quarterfinals. They are the only local school that has a water polo team.

Cross Country
Eagle Rock
The girls Cross Country team won the Northern League title and won the Division II 3 mile run City Championship. Team scored 52 and top finisher for the team was freshman Keely Miyamoto, 5th overall w/ a time of 19:59.66. The other members are Kelly Andrea Camacho, Sabrina Roman, and Shaina Simental. They will compete in the State Championships in Fresno.

James Corrigan placed 1st overall in the boys 3 mile run with a time of 16:13.31 in the Division II Boys Championships and will compete in the State Finals. Juan Fernando Morales placed fifth with a time of 16:49.47

Frankin
Andrew Martinez placed 5th overall in Division III and qualified for the California Sate Championship

Softball News
Eagle Rock senior softball player Nicolette Papavasiliou signed her National Letter of Intent to continue her softball career at the next level for the Dayton Flyers. She is also a member of the Greek National Team.



Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Quarterfinals

November 9, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

 

Eagle Rock and Franklin survived the quarterfinals. Eagle Rock defeated Palisades in the Open Division and will host Garfield in the semi-finals. Franklin defeated Torres and will host the Locke Saints.

Their appearance by the Eagle Rock football team in the open division marks the 5th Eagles sports team to make open division in Eagle Rock H.S. history. They follow appearances by Girls Volleyball, Boys Volleyball, Girls Basketball, and Boys Tennis. Their victory is the 5th open win for the school.

Here are a few of the social media posts from the games...


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A David Montijo interception clinched Eagle Rock's 24-21 Open Division win over Palisades. #football

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 10



October 27, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

Final Northern League Standings

In the final week of the regular season Eagle Rock finished the season undefeated at 9-0 and earned back-to-back Northern League championships. They have won 6 out of the last 7 championships. The Eagles defense only allowed 19 points in league competition and 73 points overall. Franklin with only one loss are runner-ups.

Road to a City Football Championship

Open Division: Eagle Rock receives the #2 seed and will host #7 Palisades Dolphins. The open division gets a bye week and will play on Friday night November 9th.

CIFLACS Football Playoffs Open Division

Division II: Playoffs start next Friday, November 2nd. Franklin with the #1 seed will get home field advantage and will face-off against #16 George Washington Prep. Wilson receives the #2 seed and will take-on #15 Marshall at home. Torres #8 will host the #9 Chavez Eagles.

CIFLACS Football Playoffs Division II

 

Division III: Lincoln receives the #9 seed and will travel to the #8 Legacy Tigers.

CIFLACS Football Playoffs Division III

 

Here are a few of the social media posts from last nights games...

Post-game with Eagle Lawrence Diaz


Post-game w/Panthers Bob ad ill a & Phillips





Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 9

October 19, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

The game of the week was Eagle Rock at 7-0 going up against 8-0 Franklin at FHS. Eagle Rock routed Franklin 56-6. Wilson dominated Lincoln 93-62 (where was the defense!). The halftime score was Wilson 50 Lincoln 14.

Here are a few of the social media posts from the games...


Eagle Rock vs Franklin Post game with 4 1/2 Eagles






Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 8

October 15, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

Northern League games were halted last Friday night because of lighting. The Eagle Rock versus Lincoln game at ERHS on senior night made it to halftime with the score at Eagle Rock 28 Lincoln 6. Game was not resumed and considered "no contest" so no winner or loser. The other schools were given the choice of having their games on Saturday or Monday afternoon; both choosing Monday at 2:30 p.m. Marshall had their homecoming game halted after the 1st quarter with Franklin leading 14-0. The game resumed on Monday and was completed with a final score of Franklin 35 Marshall 6. Wilson at Torres was halted with 1:07 remaining in the 1st quarter and Torres leading Wilson 6-0. Final score on Monday was Wilson 42 Torres 22.

Here are a few of the social media posts from the games...



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Haiku 2018 was starting off great. The crowd was amazing, our team was fighting, and our Baby Barristers were killing it! The lighting & thunder forced our only night game to be postponed & ruined our Homecoming Varsity game BUT hopefully we get to play Franklin again and we HOPE everyone can make it out to support our football team (@marsh all. football) #We Are Marshall #GoBlue #WhiteOutHoCo2018 #WhiteOut #HailM #MarshallPride #BeatFranklin #BabyBarristers18

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Eagle Rock High School Principal Mylene Keipp speaks about senior night #EagleRockHighSchool

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 7

October 5, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

In the second week of Northern League competition Eagle Rock defeats Marshall and goes 2-0 in league. Franklin wins the victory bell back from Wilson and are also 2-0 in league. Eagle Rock & Franklin remain undefeated on the season at 7-0. Torres defeats Lincoln. Here are a few of the social media posts from the games...



Post game with Breana Ceballos and Angelo Vera



Eagle Rock Coach Pierce after 67-0 win over Marshall



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#Pinktober is in full effect as we Level Up in our Halftime performance! Varsity, JV, & PepSquad all performed together at today's game vs Eagle Rock! GO BARRISTERS! #WeAreMarshall #PinkOut #HailM #BleedBlue #BarristerNation #GoBlue #LevelUp

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 6

September 28, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

In the first week of Northern League competition Eagle Rock wins at their homecoming. Franklin and Wilson started league with wins. Next week has Eagle Rock playing a Friday afternoon game at Marshall. Friday night has Wilson @ Franklin for the "Battle for the Bell" and Lincoln will be traveling to Torres. Here are a few of the social media posts from the games...














Northern League Football Week 5

September 21, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

Franklin & Lincoln, had byes this week. Eagle Rock ended pre-league competition at 5-0. Franklin is also undefeated at 5-0. Wilson and Torres are at 4-1. The Lincoln Tigers are 3-2 and Marshall at 2-3. Northern League competition starts next Friday. Eagle Rock hosts Torres for their homecoming game. Franklin @ Lincoln and Marshall @ Wilson.


Northern League Football Week 4

September 14, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

Eagle Rock, Marshall, & Wilson had byes this week. Franklin QB Alfred Bobadilla had 4 TD passes and 3 runs for TD's. The Panthers finish the preseason at 5-0. Franklin will have a bye next week. Lincoln Tigers have won 3 games in a row and finish the preseason at 3-2. They also have a bye next week. Torres is at 3-1.


Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 3

September 7, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

Two teams remain undefeated. Eagle Rock & Franklin. Byes for Eagle Rock, Marshall, & Wilson this coming week. Here are a few of the social media posts from the games.

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This week's Cheerleader of the Game goes to Natalie Vargas. After dealing with a knee injury, she has come back stronger than ever. We threw her into our pep rally routine and into last night's game and she did amazing. Coach Juvy is beyond proud of your commitment to the team. We can't wait to see how much you grow within the program 🧡🖤 • #LincolnCheer #TigerPride #LincolnHighSchool #LHSCheer #CheerleaderOfTheGame #FridayNightLights #FootballGames #Athletics #3FLTCOE #CIFLACS #CIF #CompetitiveCheer #SidelineCheer #LincolnHeights #CheerFam #MightyTigers #Cheerleading #Cheer #HighSchoolCheer

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Swipe to see who our MVC for the game vs Arleta is! Even in the heat and how uncomfortable it was she kept a smile throughout the whole game. Quiet and shy but very loud on the sideline she's an amazing Marshall athlete and we are proud of her!!! Her positive attitude is contagious and always helps lift our teams spirit! GO BARRISTERS! #MVC #WeAreMarshall #BleedBlue #HailM #MarshallPride #BarristerStrong #MostValuableCheerleader #goGOLD #4KidsWithCancer #ACCO #ChildhoodCancer #Awareness #forever7 💛💛💛

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Fumbles, Interceptions, Dropped Passes, Penalties! Wilson lost to Alhambra last night, 21 to 20. A more accurate account of the game would be to say, Wilson beat Wilson. In order to defeat a strong Alhambra team, Wilson needed to play a sound game and they didn't. Despite the errors, Wilson still fought to stay in contention throughout the entire game. On the bright side, if Wilson can address and correct their miscues, they can expect to be back on the winning track in two weeks vs View Park. REMINDER, parents, former Wilson football players, alumni and community members are invited to Hecho en Mexico restaurant, in El Sereno, next Tuesday evening at 6:30 pm for Game Film Night. Coach Villasenor will show the film from last nights contest and discuss adjustments that need to be made in preparation for our next opponent.

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 2

August 31, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

In the third game of the season the Northern League win 5 of 6 games. Four teams remain undefeated. Eagle Rock, Franklin, and Wilson at 3-0 and Torres at 2-0. Here are a few of the social media posts from some of the games.

300+ photos have been uploaded for the Marshall Barristers vs Reseda Regents football game Go to SplashArtPhotography.com for links #MarshallBarristersFootball #NorthernLeagueFootball #ResedaRegentsFootball #highschoolfootball

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TBT, Wilson Varsity Cheer 1980!

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Wilson QB Jeremiah Lucas connects with Jacob Holguin for a Wilson touchdown at the end of the 1st quarter. Anahi Garcia's kick is good, Wilson 14, Manual Arts 0.

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Not the outcome we wanted but GO BARRISTERS! JV falls to the Regents and tomorrow Varsity kickoff off is at 3:00pm! See you there! And great job JV and PepSquad! #BeatReseda #GoBlue #HailM #WeAreMarshall #BleedBlue #MarshallPride #BarristerNation

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Wilson Kicker, Anahi Garcia Presented with Soccer Championship Ring! Wilson Kicker, Anahi Garcia #38, was successful on 5 of 6 of her PAT attempts in last night's football game vs Manual Arts High School. The final score of the game was Wilson 61, Manual Arts 26. Unfortunately, last nights football game conflicted with the Wilson Girls Championship Soccer Team banquet, of which Anahi was a member. During the soccer banquet, the girls were presented with their Soccer Championship rings. Since Anahi couldn't be at the banquet to receive her ring, it was presented to her, by Principal Martinez, at the conclusion of last night's football game. Congratulations Anahi on an outstanding performance in last night's football game and on your accomplishments on the history making Girls Championship Soccer Team. Video courtesy of Ernesto Rubio.

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 1

August 18, 2018

Northern League Football Scores

In the second game of the season (week 1) the Northern League win 4 of 5 games. Here are a few of the social media posts from some of the games.

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380+ photos have been uploaded for Eagle Rock vs Arleta Mustangs football game Go to SplashArtPhotography.com for links #EagleRockFootball #NorthernLeagueFootball #ArletaMustangsFootball #highschoolfootball Music credit: Immigrant Song by The Hit Crew

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We love our Friday Night Lights🧡🖤 • #LincolnCheer #TigerPride #LincolnHighSchool #LHSCheer #FridayNightLights #FootballGames #Athletics #3FLTCOE #CIFLACS #CIF #CompetitiveCheer #SidelineCheer #LincolnHeights #CheerFam #MightyTigers #Cheerleading #Cheer #PracticeWear #Uniform #Bow #Stunt #Jump #Tumble #Pyramid #Dance #BasketToss #HighSchoolCheer #HighSchool #Tigers #LifeOfACheerleader

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#football #highschool #losangeles #lincolnheights #lincolntigers #highschoolsports #highschoolfootball #jvfootball

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The gavel was slammed and justice was served to the Sheiks!!! Marshall defeats Hollywood 13-0 under the lights! GO BARRISTERS!!! #BeatHollywood #FridayNightLights #SlamTheGavelOnTheSheiks #BleedBlue #GoBlue #HailM #BarristerNation #MarshallPride

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Sights & Sounds of Northern League Football Week 0

August 18, 2018

The Northern League kicked off the 2018 season with 5 of 6 wins. Here are a few of the social media posts of some of the games.

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Marshall Barristers Victory Bell

Northern League Football Season Kicks-off on Friday

August 16, 2018

The 2018 Football season starts tomorrow night. There will be 4 non-league games before league competition starts. Northern League competition will start on September 28th. You can follow, contribute, & check scores on ScoreStream for all Northern League teams. Live scoring will also display at the top of our pages on NELA Sports One

EAGLE ROCK - Division I (2017: 5-0 NL, 11-2 overall)
The Eagles went undefeated in league competition last year and are the defending Northern League Champions. The Eagles reached the semifinals in Division II last year. They have been moved up to Division I in the CIF L.A. City Section. The Eagles start the season on Friday at home against the South Gate Rams (Div. I; Eastern League).

Other non-league opponents are Arleta (Div. II; Coliseum League), Hollywood (Div II; Central League), Fairfax (Div. I; Westen League), and Southern Section opponent South Pasadena.

Ryan Valdez Eagle Rock Football

FRANKLIN - Division II (2017: 1-4 NL, 5-6 overall)
The Panthers will compete in Division II this year with 18 other schools. A strong chance to make it deep into the division playoffs behind junior quarterback Alfred Bobadilla. The Panthers start the season at home against the Legacy Tigers (Div. III) of the Eastern League.

Other non-league opponents include University (Div. II; Western League), Roosevelt (Div. II; Eastern League), Marquez (Div. III; Central League), and Southern Section opponent Inglewood.

Alfred Bobadilla Franklin Panthers Football

LINCOLN - Division III (2017: 0-5 NL, 1-9 overall)
The Tigers have dropped to Division III this year. Behind second year head coach Chris Rattay the Tigers will start the season at home against the Contreras Cobras (Div. III; Central League).

Other non-league opponents include Southern Section opponent Dana Hills, North Hollywood (Div. III; East Valley League), Van Nuys (Div. III; Valley Misssion League), and Bernstein (Div. III; Central League).

MARSHALL - Division II (2017: 4-1 NL, 11-3 overall)
2017 Divsion III City Champions Barristers starts the season at home against their rival the Belmont Sentinels in the "Battle for the Bell" (Div. III) of the Central League.

Other non-league opponents include Hollywood (Div. II; Central League), Reseda (Div. I; Valley Mission League), Arleta (Div. II; East Valley League), and Fairfax (Div. I Western League).

TORRES - Division II (2017: 2-3 NL, 7-5) The Toros are coming into their 8th year of football and have made it to the quarterfinals in the last 2 years. They have moved up to Divsion II. Torres will start the season away against the Verdugo Hills Dons (Div. II) of the East Valley League.

Other non-league opponents include Belmont (Div. III; Central League), Santee (Div. III; Exposition League), Contreras Cobras (Div. III; Central League), and Roybal (Div. III; Metro League).

WILSON - Division II (2017: 3-2 NL, 6-6 overall)
Sergio Villasenor a Wilson alumnus will be taking over the coaching duties from 26 year head coach Eddie Martinez. The Mules start the season on the road against the Bell Eagles (Div. II; Eastern League).

Other non-league opponents include George Washington Prep (Exposition League; Div. II), Manual Arts (Exposition League; Div. III), Southern Section opponent Alhambra, and View Park (Div. II; Coliseum League).

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