In case anyone missed it, just graduated Whittier High School point guard Destiny Chavez signed her collegiate national letter of intent with local NAIA school Hope International University of Fullerton (across the street from Cal State Fullerton) on Wednesday afternoon at her new school.
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In case anyone is interested in seeing a little football, there is some nearby action at tonight’s National Football Foundation Hall of Fame All-Star Game.
The game is taking place at West Covina High, beginning at 7:30 p.m. and takes on an East versus West format with teams primarily in the San Gabriel Valley.
There are some local players on the West side, however, in Schurr’s Chris Chiramonte (WR), Alejandro Castro (S), Abraham Gonzalez (RB), Aaron Cantu (QB) and Albert Perez (OL/DL) and El Rancho sackmaster Ray Herrera (LB).
Here’s some more info on the game courtesy of Aram Tolegian – East looks to continue dominance
The paper published the Almont League Spring honors Thursday (06/23). Here they are in case anyone missed them.
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The paper published the Olympic League Spring honors Wednesday (06/22). Here they are in case anyone missed them.
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Softball is the second of the Whittier Daily News All-Area Spring Sports to be released. Our player of the year is La Habra’s Maleena Esparza while the coach of the Year is La Mirada’s Rich Trujillo.
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