Taking the lead from his older siblings, recent Peninsula graduate and two-sport athlete Troy Simpkins could see putting in the extra work almost always paid off.
Many people around the game of baseball know how important keen eyesight can be, whether batting, pitching or fielding.
Recent Peninsula High graduate David Amano said taking his junior year off from playing water polo was the biggest regret he had in high school.
Recent Palos Verdes graduate Morgan Farrier, who has cystic fibrosis, didn't let the genetic disease affect her when it came time for cross country or track and field seasons, let alone her studies.
Catherine Channell was sitting next to her father, Charles, when it came time for Peninsula High to announce its 2019-20 male and female Athletes of the Year.
Savannah Scriven was a freshman when she first heard about the annual Palos Verdes High senior Athlete of the Year banquet, and it was something she looked forward to every year.
AJ Meade-Tatum described his four years at Palos Verdes High as a roller coaster, and that term had little to do with his time on the soccer field.
Instead of preparing to fly to the east coast for the 124th Boston Marathon, Palos Verdes Estates resident Vic Yang found himself competing virtually in the Aravaipa Strong race.
With the novel coronavirus pandemic affecting people in their community, siblings Rachel and Hannah Allen, the Palos Verdes High softball players decided to take matters into their own hands.
With the snap of a finger, the respective seasons for siblings Lucie and Will Abele were canceled
As she began the second semester of her senior year and her final athletic season in high school, Savannah Scriven had her sights set on entering Palos Verdes High lore.
Things got off to a good start for Peninsula's girls basketball team in the CIF State Division III regional championship game against Paloma Valley on Tuesday night, but they went south quickly.
The Palos Verdes softball team returns a horde of firepower from last years Bay League championship team, and things are already looking promising for the Sea Kings.
The Palos Verdes girls soccer team took full advantage of its time off heading into Tuesday’s match against Mt. Carmel in a CIF State Regional Division III quarterfinal match.
The Palos Verdes girls soccer run for its first CIF Southern Section title fell short Saturday afternoon, but not without the Sea Kings fighting until the last minute.
Peninsula baseball coach Derek Nicholson's first order of business is turning around what he called a disastrous 2019 season.
Despite an amped up defense in the second quarter and great saves at the net, Chadwick lost 11-8 in the CIF-SS Division 6 quarterfinal game against El Modena on Feb. 15.
Tyler Imbach is one of two returners on the Palos Verdes baseball team, and coach Alex Morales already thinks the 2020 season can be a big one for the Sea King catcher.
Trailing by two with less than twenty seconds to play Tuesday night, the Peninsula boys basketball team had its chance to continue its run through the CIF Southern Section Division 2A playoffs.
The Palos Verdes girls water polo team has been utilizing a game-by-game mentality this season and Claudia Lee knows that focus is even more important during the CIF Southern Section Division 3 playoffs.
Peninsula boys basketball coach Ryan Quinlan looked at Thursday night’s Bay League regular season finale against Palos Verdes as the perfect opportunity.
Vaughn Flowers and the Rolling Hills Prep boys basketball team looked at Saturday's meeting with Loyola as if it was a playoff game.
With Peninsula clinging to a three-point lead late in a Bay League boys basketball showdown with Palos Verdes, the Panthers’ Caleb Hall came through with his biggest shot of the season Tuesday night.
Daniel Hernandez is no stranger to the Peninsula wrestling program, having coached under Mike Liebig up until he stepped away two years ago.
If its group of 17 seniors has its say, the Palos Verdes girls soccer team is looking to regain its spot at the top of the Bay League.Having last won a title following the 2016-17 season, PV battled inexperience last season with just four seniors.Now, last years group has gained the necessar…
Both high school boys soccer teams on the peninsula are in the midst of rebuilding their teams. Here's our preview of this year's teams:
As far as early-season tests go, the Palos Verdes boys soccer team has received two on consecutive nights at the Adidas West Coast Showcase.
With Palos Verdes' coach moving up through his high school program's ranks and Peninsula's coach returning for her 12th year, both schools have high hopes for this year's girls hoops programs. Palos Verdes HighRick Gwinn may be new to the title, but he is not new to the Palos Verdes girls b…
Palos Verdes senior Savannah Scriven has put together a memorable finish to her high school cross country career.
Palos Verdes’ tandem of Savannah Scriven and Samantha Steman finished second and sixth, respectively, in the Division III CIF State Cross Country Championships on Saturday in Fresno.
It's been a total-team effort for Palos Verdes girls golfers this season, and that was on full-display last Tuesday at the Los Serranos Country Club in Chino Hills.
The top of the leaderboard for the CIF Southern Section girls golf individual regional was loaded with players from Palos Verdes High School.
Following a regular-season where it defeated Mira Costa for the first time in its program's history, the Palos Verdes girls volleyball team learned its CIF Southern Section Division 2 first round playoff opponent Sunday afternoon.
Tuesday's Bay League girls tennis match against Mira Costa marked the first time Peninsula had its No. 1 and 2 singles players, and the results were what was expected."There's not a better one-two punch than Peninsula, and we've played the best," Mira Costa coach Joe Ciasulli said.Junior Kim…
It might look like just another game on the schedule, but Friday night's Bay League football opener between Peninsula and Leuzinger has added element of intrigue: it will be played under lights.