All posts tagged San Pedro High School

Rita Fiorenza of San Pedro High (left) and Angela Wade of Port of Los Angeles High School.

Girls Basketball Sensations Rule The Courts

San Pedro High’s Rita Fiorenza & POLA High’s Angela Wade are focal points for promising 2013-14 seasons, which includes a rare December showdown. Fiorenza, a junior guard, and Wade, a senior forward, bring a lot of great intangibles to the […]

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Exciting Prep Girls Volleyball Season Ahead

The 2012 season was a year of firsts for Port of Los Angeles High girls' volleyball. Its first year of being in a league (Ocean), ended up with

SPHS Totally 80’s Class Reunion

I still remember graduating from San Pedro High School back in 1983. It was a clear and warm day as we walked onto the original high school field.

Biggest Change In Fast Food Isn’t What’s Served, It’s Who’s Serving

I was amused reading about fast food workers wanting to go on strike for higher wages. Not amused by the plight of a group of people who work

Missing: Harbor College Hall Of Fame Inductees

Richard Johnson, where are you? Working on the Harbor College Athletic Hall of Fame committee these past five years has been rewarding, but it has its challenges. Chief among

Harry Hall, photographed at his home on May 10, 2013 (photo by Joshua Stecker)

Life & How To Live It

Harry Hall has lived through both World Wars and the Great

Leading San Pedro

“This town eats its own.” I recall a friend on the San Pedro Chamber board saying this while lamenting that San Pedrans aren’t great at supporting their local

New Eagle Scouts (l to r): Brad Fistonich, Matt Yracheta and Austin Leavitt (photo: Anita Yracheta & Julio Lemus)

Holy Trinity’s Eagles Have Landed

Brad Fistonich, Austin Leavitt and Matt

Alicia Cline

A Third Chance at Life

It was a sunny afternoon in June 2005, and like many San Pedrans, Alicia Cline lined up excitedly to accept her high school

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Backyard Sojourn Inspires Bookkeeper To Write

I have a low retaining wall in my backyard, lined with rose bushes. On the other side of the wall is my neighbor’s ivy. When the sun’s out,

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