The Warren High School girls’ soccer program will be hosting a summer camp next month.
Camp will be held June 26-30. Girls ages 11 and up are welcome to attend the camp.
Warren girls’ head coach Lily Dussan would like to invite young ladies aged 11 and older to get an early start on their soccer career at Warren by attending the 2017 summer camp. The mission of the camp is to provide athletes with the tools to improve and to enjoy soccer for life.
Coach Dussan says that the camp offers a fantastic soccer venue with a safe, healthy and fun learning environment for all skill levels.
Athletes will improve their skills and fitness for the upcoming season and make new friends. Basic skills such as ball control, passing and shooting will be enhanced while the fundamental tactics of the game will be learned.
All camp participants will have the opportunity to work with established varsity level players and the coaching staff from Warren High School.
Sign-ups will be held Thursday, June 1 from 6-8 p.m. in room P5 at Warren High School. The cost is $100 cash/check payable to Warren High School.
For further information, head coach Lily Dussan can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (562) 287-9616. Assistant coach Jairo Salazar can be contacted at email@example.com. Coach Dussan, her staff and players all hope to see you on the pitch at Warren High School in June.
■ The Warren High School boys’ volleyball team currently has an overall record of 14-6 and a S.G.V.L. record of 9-1.
The lone defeat of their league schedule came against Gahr at Gahr in four sets on 4/13. Warren is the 2017 San Gabriel Valley League champion.
Downey finished in second place with an overall record of 15-10 and a S.G.V.L. record of 7-3. Paramount finished in third place with an overall record of 15-6 and a S.G.V.L. record of 6-4 and Gahr finished in fourth place with an overall record of 9-14 and a S.G.V.L. record of 6-4.
Lynwood finished in fifth place with an overall record of 10-10 and a S.G.V.L. record of 2-8 and Dominguez finished in sixth place with an overall record of 1-11 and a S.G.V.L. record of 0-10.
Warren defeated cross-town rival Downey at Warren on 4/25 in three sets 25-23, 25-11 and 25-20. The Bears defeated Dominguez at Dominguez on 4/27 in three sets 25-4, 25-9 and 25-11. Warren also defeated Lynwood at Warren on Tuesday in three sets 25-8, 25-18 and 25-11.
The Bears are now waiting for the C.I.F. Division 2 bracket to be released this weekend. Warren is currently ranked 346 nationally and 167 in California. Coach Scott Lane is proud of the way his team has played down the stretch. The Bears are playing well at the tight time and are looking to make a deep run in the C.I.F. playoffs.
■ The Downey High School boys’ volleyball team currently has an overall record of 15-10 and a S.G.V.L. record of 7-3.
The Vikings were defeated by cross-town rival Warren at Warren on 4/25 in three sets 25-23, 25-14 and 25-20. Downey defeated Gahr at Gahr 3-1 on 4/27 and defeated Paramount at Downey 3-1 on 5/2. The Vikings finished second in S.G.V.L. play behind league champion Warren.
Downey will await the C.I.F. playoff bracket which will be released this weekend. The Vikings are currently ranked 533 nationally and 252 in California. Coach McCarthy, his staff and players are all looking forward to postseason play.
■ The Downey High School softball team currently has an overall record of 14-12 and are 4-3 in S.G.V.L. play.
Downey traveled to cross-town rival Warren yesterday for their much anticipated rematch against the Bears (score unavailable at press time). The Lady Vikings will travel to Gahr next Monday and will conclude their regular season schedule when they host Paramount at Downey next Wednesday.
■ The Downey High School baseball team currently has an overall record of 12-11 and are 4-3 in S.G.V.L. play.
The Vikings were defeated by Gahr at Downey 5-2 in nine innings on Tuesday and will travel to Gahr later today to conclude their home and away series. The Vikings will conclude their regular season schedule next week when they travel to Paramount on Tuesday and when they host the Pirates on Thursday.
■ The middle school track season kicked off last Thursday afternoon as Griffiths competed against Sussman at Warren High School and Doty competed against Stauffer at Downey High School.
At Warren, the Griffiths sixth grade boys’ team defeated Sussman 48-38, the Sussman seventh grade boys’ team defeated Griffiths 57-29 and the Sussman eighth grade boys’ team defeated Griffiths 77-9.
The Griffiths and Sussman sixth grade girls’ teams tied 43-43, the Sussman seventh grade girls’ team defeated Griffiths 54-32 and the Sussman eighth grade girls’ team defeated Griffiths 66-20.
At Downey, the Doty sixth grade boys’ team defeated Stauffer 64-22, the Doty seventh grade boys’ team defeated Stauffer 71-15 and the Doty eighth grade boys’ team defeated Stauffer 69-17.
The Doty sixth grade girls’ team defeated Stauffer 70-16, the Doty seventh grade girls’ team defeated Stauffer 58-28 and the Doty eighth grade girls’ team defeated Stauffer 69-17.
Dual meets resumed yesterday as Stauffer competed against Sussman at Downey High and Doty competed against Griffiths at Warren High (scores unavailable at press time).
Next Thursday Griffiths will compete against Stauffer at Warren and Doty will compete against Sussman at Downey. The All-City track and field meet will be held at Downey High School on Friday, May 19.