Trailing by seven points at halftime, the Peninsula football team scored 25 unanswered points before handing Centennial a 49-21 Bay League loss last Friday night.
Just over a month ago, Palos Verdes girls volleyball coach Patrick Lynch saw something that he was not only impressed with, but he knew it could possibly lead to something bigger come time for the CIF Southern Section Division 2 playoffs.
Thursday's Bay League girls tennis clash between Mira Costa and Peninsula was about more than just second place.
Peninsula coach Dave Young wasn't necessarily happy with how the Panthers began last Friday's Bay League opener against Leuzinger, but things got better as the game went on.
Anthony D’ambra didn’t mince words when talking about the final possession of Thursday’s Bay League water polo showdown between Palos Verdes and Mira Costa.
Heading into the season, the Peninsula High coaching staff identified each game as a test, with its nonleague finale against North Torrance as its midterm.
In a game where they never waived the white flag, the Palos Verdes High football players pulled out what could be a huge 37-36 victory over Culver City last Friday afternoon.
Peninsula knew what it was up against in Culver City coming into last Friday's match up, but coach Dave Young knows it was a learning experience for the young Panthers.
Duncan Reid was at a loss for words when asked to describe his most recent opportunity. Reid, a 2016 Palos Verdes High graduate, just signed on with USA Triathlon's Project Podium.
Rebecca Mehra is certainly not new to the annual Dick Fitzgerald run held during the International Surf Festival, but she felt like one after what transpired this year.
It was all about the smiles Los Angeles Lakers guard Kentavious Caldwell-Pope saw while participating in the 22nd annual community basketball game at Camp Escapades, held at Rolling Hills Country Day School Thursday morning.
At the largest taekwondo tournament in the world, students from the K.S. Choi Taekwondo center in Rolling Hills Estates put their training on display at the 2018 USA Taekwondo Championships.
Stan Kurtz, a Tarzana man who swam 22 miles from Catalina Island to Rancho Palos Verdes to raise leukemia awareness, touched shore Sunday afternoon as a crowd of family, friends and even inspired strangers cheered him on.
Eli Morgan is making a smooth transition throwing to wood bats while pitching in his first year of professional baseball.
Stanton Gilbertson has made quite the impression not only on the lacrosse field at Hobart College in Geneva, New York, he's also excelled in the classroom.
Mary Kate Cooper never let her disability be an excuse, and she showed what she was capable of on a cold, windy November morning.
Ena Shibahara didn't get off to the kind of start she would have liked her sophomore year at UCLA, but that didn't stop her from continuing to showcase her talents under the bright lights of the Pac-12 conference."My sophomore year was a rollercoaster," Shibahara said. "It didn't start as we…
Jacob Hangartner and Jessica Nye were honored for football and track respectively over their four years playing for Peninsula High School at the annual Athlete of the Year banquet May 23 at the Los Verdes Golf Club.
Aiichiroh “Ike” Shirakata admitted that he didn’t perform well at the Bay League swim finals May 4, but he knew which meet was the most important.
Sahm Irvine came into the 2018 Peninsula High boys tennis season knowing he'd be the Panthers top singles player.
When the Palos Verdes and Peninsula baseball teams square off for their yearly two-game series, PV coach Derrek Duarte knows anything can happen on the diamond.
Peninsula senior Sahm Irvine took the top spot at the Bay League individuals last Wednesday at the Jack Kramer Club, beating out Mira Costa’s Evan Fortier 4-6, 6-2, (tiebreaker 10-5).
Addy Kostrencich threw eight shutout innings and Niki Mabry drove in the game-winning run as PV defeated Redondo 1-0 in a Bay League showdown Monday afternoon.
Erik Boisvert knew the Peninsula boys volleyball team was the heavy underdog heading into Tuesday’s regular season finale with Bay League and Hill rival Palos Verdes.
College applications, AP classes, extracurricular activities and … an Ironman triathlon? That’s senior year for Chadwick School students Andrew Buchanan and Chris Keesey.
Palos Verdes High senior Will Allen didn’t change much heading into Monday’s High School Scholastic Surf Series State Championships in Oceanside.
Clark Godbold had a team-high 16 kills and added two blocks, but Peninsula High fell to Mira Costa 25-22, 23-25, 22-25, 22-25 in a Bay League match Tuesday afternoon.
The Panthers softball, wrestling and boys and girls soccer teams will be honored Tuesday, May 1 before the Los Angeles Angels game for their performance in the classroom during the respective season.