Sports (Page 2)

Youth sports, including high school and league sports.

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NIL stands for Name, Image and Likeness, and NIL has rapidly changed the landscape for student-athletes and schools, first at the NCAA level, and now, in the high school environment. The discussions on NIL, which allow for student-athletes to be financially compensated by entites that use their names, photos, etc., …continue reading

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The CIF Southern Section (CIF-SS) is pleased to announce a new partnership with SBLive Sports in introducing a re-launch of the weekly digital program titled “CIF Southern Section This Week”, which will appear on the CIF-SS website, the SBLive Sports site as well as both organizations YouTube pages. The pilot …continue reading

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The Long Beach Yacht Club Heroes Regatta will return Saturday August 13, 2022, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic. The Heroes Regatta was created to honor and thank Long Beach first responders – firefighters, police, lifeguards, military, etc.- and hosts the teams and their families. A partnership between …continue reading

MemorialCare Miller Children's and Women's Hospital

On Tuesday, July 19, two lucky patients from MemorialCare Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach were invited to the 2022 All-Star Game thanks to Angels Baseball, Shohei Ohtani, and Major League Baseball. Benicio, 7, was accompanied by his father, Jose, and Noe, 15, was accompanied by his older brother, …continue reading

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On Tuesday morning, Rapacious, an unraced 2-year-old, was humanely euthanized following an unfortunate post-training accident that occurred as he was on his way back to the stable area at Los Alamitos Race Course. Rapacious had completed his morning exercise and was just about to exit the track when he reared, …continue reading

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The California Interscholastic Federation-Southern Section (CIF-SS) and HEAD Penn Racquet Sports have announced the signing of a four-year renewal agreement with Penn as the Official Tennis Ball of the section. The partnership is effective immediately for the next four boys and girls tennis seasons through 2026. “We are very pleased …continue reading