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West in the News

  • CRENSHAW COUGARS HONORED FOR HISTORIC STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP: Interim Superintendent Vivian Ekchian and the Board of Education paid tribute Tuesday to Crenshaw High’s football team, which won the school’s first-ever CIF state championship with its hard-fought 43-46 win over Auburn’s Placer High. Playing on Crenshaw’s home turf, defensive back Joseph Williams intercepted a pass in the end zone in the final play of the game to clinch the California Interscholastic Federation’s Division 4-AA championship. “We still can’t believe we won,” said senior running back Solomon Hassen, who managed to move the ball nearly 200 years in carries and passes. “We are just living in the moment now. It was the first time this had happened, so it’s a big deal.” Read More…

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  • ROSEWOOD STUDENTS SING THEIR HERTS OUT FOR ROCK LEGEND SAMMY HAGARTaking the stage in a room filled with rock-and-roll star power, the advanced choir from Rosewood Avenue Elementary School performed the opening number in Wednesday’s musical gala to raise money to support and expand arts education in LA. Unified schools. The student choir, known as The Changels, sang their own rendition of legendary rock singer Sammy Hanger’s “Your Love is Driving Me Crazy,” then were joined in song by the former Van Halen frontman himself. Read More...

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  • Robert Garrett of Crenshaw is named Don Shula coach of the year: Robert Garrett, the longtime football coach at Crenshaw High, was chosen as the national Don Shula coach of the year at the NFL Pro Bowl on Sunday. The Chargers nominated him for the award. Two of his former players, Brandon Mebane and Hayes Pullard, play for the Chargers. “Helping youngsters to become better men,” Garrett said when asked what he enjoyed about being a coach.

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  • CLIPPER, CEDARS-SINAI PROMOTE HEALTHY MINDS AND HEARTS AT ALTA LOMA ELEMENTARY: Active and energetic Alta Loma Elementary School students were treated recently to an afternoon of exercise with encouragement from professional basketball players, cheerleaders and health-care professionals during a special event sponsored by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and the Los Angeles Clippers. Kids at the Mid-City campus ran obstacle courses, raced with beanbags balanced on their heads and sprinted underneath a parachute in a program combining physical activity with lessons about healthy habits. Read More…

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