It was an afternoon baseball game at Claremont High School in late March. Looking around and taking in the scene, you would not think this was only the third game hosted on campus since the pandemic halted almost every aspect of American life – schools most strikingly.
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After dropping the first game of their series in Redlands on Friday, the Leopards sent their seniors off triumphantly by winning both games of the doubleheader on Senior Night on Saturday. It was the first series win for La Verne on the year and put their final record at 4-5 for the pandemic-shortened 2021 season.
A defensive miscue in the ninth of game one and a bullpen meltdown in game three turned a potential three game sweep of Cal Lutheran into a 1-2 series loss for the Leopards over the weekend.
After winning their pandemic-delayed season opener by a score of 12-1, La Verne would drop the next two games to lose the season series against Chapman on Saturday and Sunday.
The city of La Verne is working on a project of new retail and residential units that, along with a commuter rail station, is expected to bring new business and visitors to the city and the University.
University officials announced last week that La Verne athletics will be allowed to conduct limited outdoor training and practices for student athletes starting Monday.
Covina is among a handful of local cities to recently install automated license plate readers as a tool to solve grand theft auto cases and other crimes where the identification of license plates and other vehicle features is key.
High school students in California will be required to take a semester of ethnic studies as a requisite for graduation starting with the incoming freshman class of 2025-2026 in accordance with a new state law.
A law that would have prohibited the sale of flavored tobacco in California has been delayed until the next general election. The law, known by its bill number SB-793, would have given California the toughest state restrictions on flavored tobacco in the country after it was approved by Gov. Gavin Newsom last August.
The Southern California Intercollegiate Athletic Conference announced Tuesday that conference competition, including championships, for all fall and winter sports during the 2020-21 academic year would be cancelled.