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Beacon Media’s Top Football Games for the 2016 Season
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Beacon Media’s Top Football Games for the 2016 Season

    By Christian Romo With students reluctantly flocking back to school for the fall, Beacon Media would like to highlight some compelling matchups and local rivalries in the upcoming 2016 high school football season. Week 1 – Aug. 26: – Temple City vs. Poly – Muir vs. Compton – Pasadena High School (PHS) vs….

A Message From the CIF-SS Commissioner
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A Message From the CIF-SS Commissioner

    Recharged and Ready To Go Welcome to the 2016-17 school year! As I do each year with my first “Message from the Commissioner,” I would like to give you a preview of what is to come … – Competitive equity playoff groupings: this year will certainly be known as the first year that…

Sierra Madre Girls Softball Association’s 2016 Fall Season
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Sierra Madre Girls Softball Association’s 2016 Fall Season

    Registration for the Sierra Madre Girls Softball Association’s (SMGSA) 2016 fall season is now open! SMGSA has been a fixture in girls’ fast-pitch softball since 1972. Fall season is purely instructional – no records or standings. There is a focus on development of fundamental skills, which is ideal for new and experienced players…

For an Astute Student of Game, Baseball Was Always a Calling
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For an Astute Student of Game, Baseball Was Always a Calling

  By Johnathan Vogel As the New York Yankees were playing in the World Series at the old Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, a three-year-old Noeh Martinez first had his exposure to the game of baseball in Highland Park, a part of Los Angeles several miles northeast from the downtown area. Surrounded by sprawling single-family…

Meet Baseball Celebrities at the Sierra Madre Public Library
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Meet Baseball Celebrities at the Sierra Madre Public Library

    One Book One City celebrates hometown baseball this July. Don’t miss a rare opportunity to meet two of Los Angeles’ most delightful Dodger experts at the Sierra Madre Public Library. Team Historian Mark Langill (Tuesday, July 19) and KPCC’s “All Things Considered” Host Nick Roman (Monday, July 25) will offer two different and…

Community Workshops Focus on Preventing Youth Sports Injuries
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Community Workshops Focus on Preventing Youth Sports Injuries

      As a parent, you want to prevent your kids from being hurt playing sports. Now you can. Athletic TIPS (Towards Injury Prevention in Sports) has teamed up with Global Giving – the largest global crowd-funding site for not-for-profits – to help advance one of its key missions: hosting community workshops across the…

Bringing Chiropractic Care to the Little Leagues
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Bringing Chiropractic Care to the Little Leagues

      Thirty million to 40 million – that is how many children are involved in organized sports in the course of one year, according to The Center for Kids First. In fact, for many moms and dads, playing on a football, soccer, or Little League team is an important rite of passage for…

2016 Mount Wilson Trail Race
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2016 Mount Wilson Trail Race

    Perfect Weather for a Race Up the Mountain Trail The cool weather set an ideal stage for the Mount Wilson Trail Race this past Saturday, May 28, as over 300 runners participated in the 2016 Mount Wilson Trail Race. It was another successful year, with optimal trail conditions and a hardworking team of…

Spring Sports Roundup 2016
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Spring Sports Roundup 2016

Beacon Media highlights some of this year’s best moments in local high school sports With another exciting spring sports season in the rear-view mirror, Beacon Media would like to look back on some exciting moments from this past year. We have selected images that capture the genuine passion and raw emotion of high school athletics….

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