It was a magical season for the LBCC men’s volleyball team, as the Vikings made it all the way to Saturday’s CCCAA state championship match against perennial rivals Orange Coast. The Vikings were the reigning state champs after winning in 2019, the last time a season was held prior to two years of COVID-19 shutdowns. […]
This week we’re sitting around the table and talking about why Long Beach is a volleyball city.
The Vikings picked up a rare loss on Friday, falling 3-1 to Mt. SAC to drop to 20-6 on the year.
We’ve got a big show this week with CIF playoff previews, Long Beach State basketball update, Super Bowl predictions and an interview with our high school intern Ana Gonzalez. Support The562.org
This week on the show we’re talking about the best basketball teams in the city at Long Beach Poly High and Long Beach State. We also talk to one of our high school student interns Wiley Haga about his experience at The562.org. Support The562.org
His accolades were longer than a Langston Hughes poem. If there was a competitive sporting event in Long Beach in the 1960’s, chances are John Rambo was the star. Rambo, who attended Long Beach Poly, Long Beach City College, and Long Beach State, had a passion for basketball and high jumping was a hobby. That […]
This week on the show we’re talking about how COVID-19 cancellations will shape the Long Beach high school and college basketball seasons. We also talk about some of the most likely championship teams this year including Long Beach State men’s volleyball, Wilson baseball and more. Support The562.org
Long Beach City College is preparing to open a world-class set of aquatic and athletic facilities in early 2022, the result of five years of planning, designing, and dreaming. The upgrade was made possible by the passage of Measure LB in 2015, giving the college nearly a billion dollars in construction money from a bond […]
Check out our gallery from the Long Beach City College vs. East Los Angeles College men’s basketball game on Friday night, taken by photographer Spencer Frank. The Huskies came away with an 88-74 win inside the Hall of Champions. LBCC was led by 16 points from Long Beach Poly grad Lorenzo Marsh, who was one […]