Love was with Body By Tra, a workout club/7-on7 team owned and operated by Traison Lewis, on what was supposed to be an unofficial visit to Cal and San Jose St., and possibly a performance in that weekend’s Nike Camp in Oakland.
Instead, the van the team was traveling in was involved in an accident that saw several passengers end up hospitalized. Love wound up with a hairline fracture of one of his vertebrae’s and will be in a neck brace for eight weeks. The first specialist who saw him, according to Bulldogs coach Mike Maggiore, said that Love won’t play his senior season.
Richard M. Sheehan will receive a base salary of $259,000 annually beginning July 1 as part of the three-year contract, which was released after the board meeting.
“I’m very excited to be coming home,” Sheehan said.
The current Glendale Unified superintendent since 2010, Sheehan worked at Covina Valley for 17 years as a teacher and coach at Covina High School, then principal at Northview High School and director of curriculum and instruction at the district office, according to his Glendale Unified biography.
CIF-SS Playoffs Softball
Tuesday’s second round results
Westlake 1, Glendora 0
South Hills 2, Villa Park 1 Division 3
Bishop Amat 4, Burbank 3 Division 5 San Dimas 8, Edgewood 1
Sierra Vista 2, Louisville 1 Thursday’s quarterfinals
South Hills at Agoura, 3:15 p.m. Division 3
San Clemente at Bishop Amat, 3:15 p.m. Division 5
Sierra Vista at St. Bonaventure, 3:15 p.m
San Dimas at Mary Star of the Sea, 3:15 p.m.