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  1. No. 17 Narbonne 41, No. 14 Dorsey 7

    Blair Angulo

    HARBOR CITY -- Say no more, Narbonne. We hear you loud and clear. The Gauchos made a resounding statement Friday night, crushing Dorsey, 41-7, to end the debate about which team rightfully deserved the No. 2 seeding in the City Section Division I ...

    Blog | December 03, 2011
  2. Dorsey-Narbonne: strength vs. strength

    Blair Angulo

    On a Saturday earlier this month, the Dorsey Dons were in the film room when coach Paul Knox walked in ready to share two bits of information. The good news: Dorsey had received one of four seedings for the City Section Division I football playoffs. ...

    Blog | November 30, 2011
  3. No. 21 Dorsey 7, Crenshaw 6

    Blair Angulo

    LOS ANGELES -- They call him "Ocho" because the number eight is stitched onto his jersey. But with the way Dorsey defensive end Jeremiah Allison played Thursday night, the moniker could stand for the amount of blockers Crenshaw should have used to ke...

    Blog | November 04, 2011
  4. Dorsey aims to end skid vs. Crenshaw

    Blair Angulo

    Dorsey is in prime position to win its first Coliseum League title since 2006 but, of course, has to go through four-time defending champion and neighboring rival Crenshaw. Dun, dun, dun! Let the dramatics begin. The inner-city counterparts mee...

    Blog | November 01, 2011
  5. LA South: No. 9 Crenshaw 53, No. 16 Dorsey 12

    Blair Angulo

    Alex Gallardo/Special to ESPNLA.comUS Presswire Crenshaw's DeAnthony Thomas had 171 yards in offense in only 13 touches against Dorsey. LOS ANGELES -- Crenshaw's message was loud and clear Friday night. The city belongs to the Cougars and no one...

    Blog | November 12, 2010
  6. LA South: Dorsey 37, Taft 24

    Blair Angulo

    It might be your night when a quick hitch route develops into something much greater. Dorsey receiver Marvin Hall ran the simple pattern on the first play from scrimmage Thursday night and quarterback Joseph Gray got him the ball. What followed...

    Blog | September 10, 2010
  7. Running back Milton Knox leaving UCLA

    Blair Angulo

    The transfer bug continues to hover over UCLA, this time it struck the football team. Sophomore running back Milton Knox announced on Wednesday that he is transferring to another school. "It didnt' really work out like I wanted it to work out,"...

    Blog | May 26, 2010
  8. James, Jones add to UCLA's backfield depth

    Blair Angulo

    Suddenly, UCLA finds itself in a situation that USC seems to face year in and year out. Who will be the Bruins' primary ball carrier next season? And better yet, will there be enough carries to go around? The Bruins added two more tailbacks Wed...

    Blog | February 03, 2010