Chino Hills PF, UNLV commit Erica Collins makes mental health a priority
Erica Collins accepted a full athletic scholarship to the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, after receiving several offers to play college basketball. The new “Rebel” will begin her collegiate-level career at the NCAA Division 1 school this fall.
In it to twin it: Meet Chino Hills football standouts, Colin and Hunter Corbin
Meet identical twins Colin and Hunter Corbin, star varsity football players and juniors at Chino Hills High School.
Chino Hills’ new head coach Mykeal Terry is here to stay
Coach turnover for the Chino Hills High School football team has been quick. New head coach Michael Terry hopes to lead the team to stability and success.
The middle Ball brother, LiAngelo, makes an NBA G-League roster
The middle Ball brother, LiAngelo, or the third Ball brother as some people refer to him as, has done the unthinkable and made an NBA G-League roster.
Incoming Chino Hills high schooler, Chuang, is chasing her basketball dreams
CHINO HILLS, Calif. — Haley Chuang has been playing basketball since she was five years old. Now 14 and headed to Chino Hills High School in the fall of 2021, her dreams of playing in college, and perhaps the WNBA, are closer than ever. Ask Haley what she loves about her sport and she immediately […]
Chino Hills parts ways with head football coach after just one season
The Chino Hills football program will have a third new head coach in as many years after parting ways with Josh Cronkite.
Chino Hills grad Eli Scott returning to LMU for final run
Eli Scott is using his extra and final year of eligibility to run it back with Loyola Marymount after leading the team in scoring for two consecutive seasons.
Star-studded Chino Hills softball has simple, lofty goals
Chino Hills softball opened the season as the nation’s No. 1-ranked team and has eight players signed to play in college, but the Huskies don’t care much for rankings.
LaMelo Ball should be picked No. 1 overall
The first step for a new-look Minnesota Timberwolves front office to rid the franchise of long-standing ineptitude should be to draft LaMelo Ball with the No. 1 overall pick.