Los Al Girls Soccer plays longtime nemesis San Clemente Wednesday afternoon at Laurel School at 3pm. Over the years, the Tritons (ranked No. 5 in Orange County) have eliminated the Griffins in late CIF playoff action when games were played on the Tritons home field (artificial turf.) Laurel is a natural grass field which is probably in its best shape over
TEMECULA — It was a long drive and almost a long night for the Los Alamitos Griffins girls volleyball team, but the no. 1 seed Griffins held on to down the feisty Pumas 2-1 (25-23, 20-25, 25-12, 25-22) in a second round CIF Division I-AA match before a rowdy crowd at Chapparal High. The Griffins now advance to the quarter finals and get to host perennial CIF
Former Griffin swimmer Jessica Mosbaugh (LAHS ’12) continued her strong Fall showing for Pepperdine University by winning both the 50 and 100-meter breaststroke at the two-day Mustang Invitational swim meet. Mosbaugh (Los Alamitos, Calif./Los Alamitos HS) has now won eight races this season, already the highest win total of any Wave swimmer in recent history
Today, National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC) released the names of the first group of winners in the 59th annual National Merit Scholarship Program. Approximately 1,000 distinguished high school seniors have won corpora...
Richard Chinen, President and Chairman of the Board of the Tournament of Roses, presented the Rose Parade flag to the Cypress High School Marching Band as an official invitation to march in the 2015 Rose Parade in Pasadena. Thi...
The items shown below are selected from the logs of the Cypress Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item. April 10, 2014 Suspicious Property – 9:51 a.m. – 6600 block of Cerritos Ave. -...
The items shown below are selected from the logs of the Los Alamitos Police Department. No inference of guilt is implied in showing any item. April 11, 2014 Disturbance (Family) – 1:28 a.m. – Oak St. - The caller...
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