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  1. Spencer steps into big role for Price

    Sean Ceglinsky

    LOS ANGELES -- There was no shortage of high-profile post players in the Southland this season. The position, in fact, was seemingly the deepest it has been in recent years. Attempting to determine who the best of the bunch was could prove to be a...

    Blog | March 22, 2012
  2. Lockwood leads Inglewood charge

    Sean Ceglinsky

    INGLEWOOD -- Charles Lockwood might not be the most well-known post player the Southland has to offer. This time next year, however, things could be drastically different. The 6-foot-9 junior from Inglewood showed glimpses of his potential during ...

    Blog | February 28, 2012
  3. No. 3 Loyola 77, Harvard-Westlake 74

    Sean Ceglinsky

    NORTHRIDGE -- When prep basketball fans from across the Southland take a look at the final score of Friday's game between Los Angeles Loyola and Harvard-Westlake, chances are that the masses will be under the impression the showdown was close from st...

    Blog | February 03, 2012
  4. Damien's Chris Reyes is Mr. Motivation

    Sean Ceglinsky

    LA VERNE -- When discussions take place about some of the Southland's premier post players, the name Chris Reyes is not always included in the conversation. The lack of recognition, however, does not bother the 6-foot-6, 205-pound senior from Dami...

    Blog | January 24, 2012
  5. Edosomwan fits well in the H-W legacy

    Sean Ceglinsky

    LOS ANGELES -- Since the day he set foot on campus at North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake, Zena Edosomwan has known there would be some rather sizable shoes to fill. The San Fernando Valley powerhouse has been billed as one the Southland's hotbeds fo...

    Blog | January 10, 2012
  6. ESPNLA top 20 boys' basketball rankings (final)

    Sean Ceglinsky

    What a season, so much to reflect on, so little time. The level of boys' basketball play in the Southland was seemingly at an all-time high this past season, most certainly right on par with what we have seen around here in years past. The pl...

    Blog | March 29, 2011
  7. LA North and LA South: Havard-Westlake 47, Inglewood 45

    Sean Ceglinsky

    ANAHEIM -- Looking at the final box score, Julius Bilbrew didn't shoot particularly well during Saturday's Southern Section championship game. However, each and every time the Inglewood High boys' basketball team needed a big play, the senior guard m...

    Blog | March 05, 2011
  8. ESPNLA top 20 boys' basketball rankings

    Sean Ceglinsky

    The CIF-Southern Section and City Section playoffs are all set to get started later this, week which can mean only one thing: The Southland's top teams are on the verge of squaring off, tournament style, with the hopes of eventually bringing home som...

    Blog | February 15, 2011
  9. LA North and LA South: No. 8 Loyola 71, No. 7 Harvard-Westlake 51...

    Sean Ceglinsky

    Plain and simple, there probably is no boys' basketball program around that is as hot as Loyola right about now. North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake would most likely attest to that after running into the Cubs on Friday night as Loyola walked away wi...

    Blog | February 04, 2011
  10. LA North and Inland Empire: No. 11 Loyola 70, No. 2 Etiwanda 64

    Sean Ceglinsky

    LOS ANGELES -- This time around, the hype actually lived up to all of the advanced billing. And then some. With five Southland boys' basketball programs ranked in the ESPNLosAngeles.com top 20 scheduled to compete in the Fairfax State Preview Clas...

    Blog | January 29, 2011
  11. ESPNLA top 20 boys' basketball rankings

    Sean Ceglinsky

    There are no significant changes at the top of the ESPNLosAngeles.com top 20 boys' basketball rankings this week. A shakeup toward the bottom half of the top 10, however, was in order after one team was dealt a surprising setback. Also worth menti...

    Blog | January 25, 2011
  12. LA North: Harvard-Westlake 83, Alemany 72

    Sean Ceglinsky

    MISSION HILLS -- Too much Damiene Cain. And too much Zena Edosomwan. The same thing could be said about Josh Hearlihy. Too much size. Too much strength. Too much of all of the above, actually. At times, it appeared as if the North Hollywood ...

    Blog | January 22, 2011