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Sports

BOYS WRESTLING: Perez carries on Moor tradition

"Alhambra High School senior Hugo Perez has had a lot to live up to. His father, also Hugo Perez, wrestled for Alhambra. So did his uncle, Leo, who finished sixth in the state," the Pasadena Star-News reports. "The younger Perez will try to one-up his elders beginning this weekend.

Alhambra boxing gym provides hope for area youngsters

"The modest gym on Main Street has one boxing ring squeezed inside, four punching bags hanging from chains and a floor-to-ceiling boxing ball greets people at the entrance. Hip-hop is usually blasting from a radio," Adolfo Flores reports. "Tellez said the gym is in dire need of

SOCCER: San Gabriel High loses winning streak

"As the Matadors faced off against the Montebello Oilers with a solid two streak win under their game, the Varsity Boys Soccer team were handed a defeat of 2-6 at home on January 13," Matthew Quach reports.

BASKETBALL: Keppel's victory over Alhambra an inside job

"There was no secret the Keppel High School boys basketball team wanted to establish the post," Miguel Melendez reports. "It's been the Aztecs' objective all season, and while they struggled doing so early on Keppel stayed the course and saw it pay off with a convincing 47-28

BOYS BASKETBALL: Keppel capitalizes on second chances to beat La Salle

"Keppel High School boys basketball coach Hung Duong admits that he doesn't have the best shooting team," the Pasadena Star-News reports. "But boy, can the Aztecs go to the boards. The Aztecs had 14 offensive rebounds Friday against visiting La Salle, their final game before the

SOCCER: San Gabriel girls stumble against Bassett

"The Girls JV Soccer took off against Bassett with a crippling handicap that reduced their performance on December 6," Matthew Quach reports in the Matador. "A week off from practice prior to the preseason game did not do justice for the girls as they lost crucial time for necessary

BASKETBALL: South Pasadena tops Alhambra 68-67

"The South Pasadena boys basketball team almost blew a 17-point lead in its season opener against Alhambra on Monday night, but the Tigers withstood a late charge by the Moors to eke out a 68-67," South Pasadena Patch reports.