One of the most surprising storylines of 2019 was the city of Long Beach entering into negotiations with the Anaheim Angels about bringing the team to our city, with a new stadium potentially being constructed on the “Elephant Lot,” also known as the Long Beach Arena’s parking lot. While the Angels conversations fell through (the […]
Long Beach Shore Aquatics is hosting a Swim-A-Thon on Saturday at Ken Lindgren Aquatics Center on the campus of Long Beach State. “The Swim-a-Thon will be a great opportunity for all shore members to get together and have fun! It’ll also be a great fundraiser to raise money for something like new lane lines,” Shore […]
From the national championships for Beach FC and Shore Aquatics to the regional tournament victories for Uptown LB and Los Altos baseball leagues — it’s been another incredibly successful summer for Long Beach youth sports. It isn’t rare to find a group of young Long Beach athletes dominating their competition, and it isn’t a coincidence […]
The Shore Aquatics 10U coed water polo team went undefeated at the Junior Olympics last week to win Shore’s second consecutive national championship at this level. They were one of five Shore squads to grab a top finish. After entering the tournament ranked 26th nationally, the Shore 10U coed team dominated the competition. Goaltender Morgan […]
We’re running down the most important local sports news this week before talking about watching the Women’s World Cup in Long Beach. 03:00 Former Dirtbag Jeff McNeil is going to the MLB All-Star Game 05:35 Long Beach Should Name Main Library For Billie Jean King 09:30 Lisa Busch Steps Down After 20 Years As Lakewood Athletic […]
The Shore Aquatics 10U Coed water polo team won a USA Club Championship last weekend at Don Lugo High in Chino. Shore won this same age group title five years ago. Shore was the ninth of 10 seeded teams in the invitational tournament featuring most of the top teams in the country, but they relied […]
Shore Aquatics water polo players (left to right) Zack Crenshaw, Sean Tunnicliff and Maya O’Dea all made USA Water Polo National Teams. Crenshaw, 15, made the cadet team while Tunnicliff, 14, and O’Dea, 14, were named to developmental teams.