In a game with more offense than defense, Beverly Hills’ football team out-lasted West Ranch 41-31 for its second consecutive victory. The Normans (2-2) amassed a season-high 455 yards of offense but gave up 454 to West Ranch’s quarterback and tailback Kenny Bassett rushed 26 times for 188 yards, both career bests, and a touchdown. […]
By Lee BarnathanHaving earned that important first win of the season, the Beverly High football team sets its sights on evening its record when it hosts West Ranch High of Santa Clarita tonight at 7.
Beverly Hills football coach Carter Paysinger has said his teams traditionally defend against the pass well
For the third consecutive week, the Beverly Hills football team will face a different offense when it hosts Santa Barbara tonight at 7.
Former Beverly Hills Mayor Richard A
It isn’t every day Ruth Kraft, a long-time resident of Beverly Hills, has security standing in front of her home on Trenton Drive to protect the peace.
At the home of Stacia and Lawrence Kopeikin on North Elm Drive last Sunday afternoon, supporters of The Beverly Hilton Revitalization Plan celebrated the campaign kick-off
Holmby Hills’ resident and blues great B.B. King will be honored by the American Society of Young Musicians at its inaugural ASYM Music Awards on Oct
Still photographers flashing cameras and reporters holding microphones were positioned in an area at the Paley Center for Media attempting to interview cast, crew members and creators of new television shows.
Remember the old Rose Bowl matchups pitting the Big Ten Conference against the Pacific-8 and later the Pac-10? There was a period from 1975-87 when the speedier, flashier West Coast team often upset the slower, bigger men from the Midwest.
Mayor Barry Brucker on Thursday announced he would seek re-election to the Beverly Hills City Council next year.
Two years ago, the Beverly Hills High School’s football team traveled 3,042 miles to take on a team that plays a different style and under different rules
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