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Long Beach Sports Calendar: Sept. 12-15

Find out where your favorite Long Beach team is playing this weekend.


High School Girls’ Volleyball, 4:30 p.m.

The Moore League leaders Wilson and Lakewood will face off this afternoon at Lakewood. In other action Poly is hosting Compton while Jordan travels to Cabrillo. CLICK HERE for coverage of Wilson’s win over Poly on Tuesday.

High School Girls’ Golf, 2:30 p.m.

The Moore League season starts today with Millikan hosting Lakewood at El Dorado Park Golf Course, and Poly hosting Cabrillo at Recreation Park Golf Course. Reigning league champions Wilson opens the league season Tuesday against Poly at Rec Park. CLICK HERE to read the league season preview.

Long Beach State Women’s Soccer vs. Ole Miss, 2 p.m.

The Beach is in Dallas, Texas, this week for its first road trip of the season. LBSU will play two games on the four-day trip starting with Ole Miss today and host SMU on Sunday at 11 a.m. The Beach has never played Ole Miss, and won the first and only game against SMU last year 1-0. CLICK HERE for coverage of LBSU’s win over Drexel last weekend.


High School Football, 7 p.m.

Week three brings the first Long Beach vs. Long Beach game of the season as Wilson visits Clark Field to take on St. Anthony with the Battle For 7th Street trophy on the line. The Bruins are off to one of its best starts since the 1960s while the Saints are coming off a second consecutive big loss. Since these local schools started playing each other in 2014, Wilson has won four of the five matchups on the field, but had to forfeit the 2014 victory due to an ineligible player. The Saints only win was a 14-6 nail biter at home in 2017.

Long Beach Poly also will be in action at Serra where they Jackrabbits hope to find some offensive rhythm against the Cavaliers, who are ranked No. 9 in California according to MaxPreps.

Jordan and Compton are still undefeated and they’re both at home tonight. The Panthers are hosting Norwalk and Compton is taking on Dominguez at 5 p.m. in the final city rivalry game.

In other action, Lakewood is traveling to Corona del Mar where first-year coach Scott Meyer is taking his Lancers to play a Sea Kings program that Meyer helped win championships. Millikan is also on the road at La Mirada where the Matadores are celebrating the return of coach Mike Moschetti. Finally, Cabrillo is hosting Taft at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday.

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Long Beach State Women’s Volleyball vs. James Madison, 7 a.m.

The Beach is in Gainesville, Fla., this weekend for three games as part of the Florida Tournament. LBSU will face James Madison and USF today before taking on host Florida on Saturday at 2 p.m. CLICK HERE for photos of LBSU’s game against UCLA last weekend.


Long Beach City College Football vs. Mt. San Antonio, 6 p.m.

The Vikings are hosting rival Mt. SAC this evening in their home opener after both opened up with wins on the road last week. LBCC and Mt. SAC have split their last six meetings. CLICK HERE for coverage of LBCC’s season opening win.

Long Beach State Men’s Water Polo at Inland Empire Classic

LBSU is on the road again this weekend for its second tournament of the season. The Beach will play four guaranteed games in Redlands over the two-day invitational. CLICK HERE to read the LBSU season preview.

Steve Lewis Volleyfest

The Lakewood girls’ volleyball program is hosting the Steve Lewis Volleyfest again this year in honor of their late former coach. The Lancers will take on Foothill in the nightcap at 7 after Long Beach Poly faces Saint Joseph at 3 and Wilson faces St. Cypress at 5. CLICK HERE for more details.

Long Beach State Cross Country

The Beach will at the UC Riverside Invitational this morning where a lot of Big West Conference teams also will be racing.

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JJ Fiddler
JJ Fiddler is an award-winning sportswriter and videographer who has been covering Southern California sports for multiple newspapers and websites since 2004. After attending Long Beach State and creating the first full sports page at the Union Weekly Newspaper, he has been exclusively covering Long Beach prep sports since 2007.