A strict fitness regimen and strong backhand have helped Peninsula High’s Connor Hance become one of the top junior players in the country by Randy Angel Facing match point against the top seed, up-and-coming tennis player Connor Hance was trying his best to dig himself out of a hole. The 14-year-old had dropped the […]
Dave Lytle retires after 30-plus years playing for and coaching USC rugby by Randy Angel In 1983, at the age of 44, Dave Lytle went out for the USC Rugby Club team and became, by far, the oldest member on the squad. It marked the beginning of a love story between Lytle, the sport […]
Ted Ernst is truly enjoying his golden years, but don’t think for a minute that the 79-year-old Palos Verdes Estates resident is slowing down. A life-long advocate of cycling, Ernst continues to bike or jog nearly every day. Talk to him about the sport he is so passionate about and his speech becomes as energetic […]
When someone mentions to professional skateboarder Kenny Anderson that skateboarding is the fastest growing sport in the world, Anderson is the first to argue the statement.
Jack Simmons describes his decision in 1990 to pull up stakes and move his family from New York to California as one of two life altering gambles. Simmons was fond of living in the little beach town outside of New York City called Breezy Point. Wendy, his wife of 35 years, was raised in Brooklyn […]
Uphill battles are part of every athlete’s career, no matter how long or short it may be. The mountains the record setters and history makers must conquer loom even larger, but for Eden Serina, it’s the downhill battle that can earn her a place in the record books. Serina’s passion for snowboarding has led the […]