It is no secret the Peninsula football team lost a huge chunk of its starting offense from last year's CIF Southern Section Division 11 finalist squad.
At 13 years old, Palos Verdes Estate resident Dylan Charlap has done something not many get the opportunity to do: compete on an international stage, and win.
Competing at the International Surf Festival in Hermosa Beach has become a regular occurrence for Palos Verdes High alums Brandon Gherardi and Jack Bark.The first time both Gherardi and Bark took in the yearly event was more than 10 years ago, when they were part of the Junior Lifeguard prog…
Entering his fourth season in the NFL, Joe Walker still remembers the early lessons he was taught as a child playing football.
Tracy Austin always wanted her annual doubles tournament to have a family feel to it, and the 41st edition had just that in the Men's Open Division Final Sunday morning at the Jack Kramer Club.
It's no secret that the United States Women's National Soccer team has been a dominant force of late.
In a matter of twenty days in February, Ryan Tahbaz felt a range of emotions not many his age have experienced.
Trailing 5-1 in the first set, the Palos Verdes duo of Kai Brady and Sean Holt didn’t let the deficit get the best of them in the doubles final at the CIF-SS Boys Tennis Individual Championships on Thursday at the Seal Beach Tennis Club.
It didn't matter that the Palos Verdes girls lacrosse team was a step behind St. Margaret's in last Saturday's Southern Section Championship. What first-year coach Justine Beirne saw was something that was bigger than lacrosse.
While competing Saturday in the 110 hurdles at the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Finals at El Camino College, Peninsula High senior Aidan Lieb kept his 2018 finish in the back of his mind.
The Palos Verdes girls lacrosse team finished its memorable season Saturday against St. Margaret’s in the U.S. Lacrosse Southern Section title game.
A year after getting passed over for a CIF Southern Section playoff spot, the Peninsula boys volleyball team is using that reminder as motivation during its current Division 3 playoff run.Following its regular-season finale loss to rival Palos Verdes, junior Clarke Godbold noted the team wou…
It was the smallest details that Peninsula's Aiichiroh "Ike" Shirakata paid attention to heading into last Thursday's Bay League swimming championships at Redondo Union High School.
Erik Anderson hit the first Palos Verdes home run in the three seasons and Ryan Anderson allowed four runs in five innings while striking out four to help PV defeat Peninsula 10-6 Tuesday afternoon.
Palos Verdes' Sean Holt and Kai Brady defeated Peninsula's Nabeel Khan and Stetson Martz to win the Bay League Doubles crown Tuesday at the Jack Kramer Club.
There was more than just a rivalry hanging in the balance when the Palos Verdes and Peninsula boys volleyball teams squared off Tuesday afternoon in the regular season finale.
Addy Kostrencich was an eighth grader the last time the Palos Verdes softball team beat Mira Costa.
JT Tan was the kind of player who gave opposing coaches, and opposing players, headaches during the course of the 2018-19 Rolling Hills Prep boys basketball season.
Trailing late in the second set following an unforced error, the Redondo boys volleyball team went back to basics against Palos Verdes in Tuesday's Bay League showdown.
Coming off a season where it shared the Bay League title with Mira Costa, the Palos Verdes softball team is ready to unlock its full potential.
The last two nights for Rolling Hills Prep junior Aly Maxey are perhaps the best examples of what this season has been like for this girls basketball team.
In the past two weeks, a pair of MLB players signed contracts that would pay them $25-30 million per season over the next 10 to 13 years.
Roughly 20 former Palos Verdes High School track and field teammates ventured back to their old literal stomping grounds Thursday afternoon, Feb. 28, for a reunion and a commemoration of their co-captain, Don Hurzeler.
The Rolling Hills Prep boys basketball team will be in a familiar setting Saturday.
It's been a trying season to say the least for the Rolling Hills Prep girls basketball team.
Trailing by four midway through the third quarter Tuesday night, the Palos Verdes boys basketball coaching staff made a defensive adjustment that paid dividends against Eisenhower.
Rancho Palos Verdes resident Shirley Parry heard how people felt before she embarked on her journey to participate in the World Marathon Challenge.
The Peninsula boys’ basketball team earned a rare victory at Redondo Union, 46-39, with some key baskets down the stretch to secure the win last Tuesday. On the opposite side, it was a rare league loss for the Sea Hawks.
A slow start in the fourth quarter nearly doomed the Palos Verdes boys basketball team in Tuesday night's Bay League battle with Mira Costa.
Samantha Inana's layup with just over a minute to play in overtime was all Peninsula needed before handing rival PV a 48-44 Bay League loss on Tuesday night. Inana led Peninsula (13-9, 3-2) with 13 points and six rebounds, but it was her final two points that were the most important. After I…
Trailing by two points with 7 seconds to play, Peninsula guard JD Plough dribbled the ball up court looking for an open teammate in Tuesday's Bay League clash with Palos Verdes.
The Palos Verdes boys basketball program went winless in the Bay League last season and the 2015-16 season. In between, was a 3-7 mark in 2016-17.
Peninsula High girls basketball coach Natalie Kelly saw the Panthers nonleague schedule as an opportunity for her team to gain invaluable experience leading into a tough Bay League schedule.
In just his second collegiate start, Wyatt Davis got to experience something most football players only dream of: playing in the Rose Bowl.
Things may change on a year-to-year basis for high school sports programs, but fourth-year Peninsula boys basketball coach Ryan Quinlan has not changed his expectations.