The Saints reached the CIF-SS quarterfinals for the first time in school history last year after replacing its head coach midseason. The school also announced plans to break ground on a new $9 million athletic field complex at Clark Field, and last week athletic director Chris Morrison announced the hiring of Aaron Rodriguez as the newest head coach.
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Jones led St. Anthony High to the CIF-SS Open Division playoffs as a senior last year, and already made his first start for LBSU last weekend. In just the fourth game of this abbreviated season the 6’5” 170-pound freshman guard scored 16 points during the win over CSU Bakersfield at Walter Pyramid.
Asjah Atkinson has been on a track for about as long as she could run. Hailing from a multi-generational track family, Atkinson got her start at the tender age of four, and she’s been on the go ever since.
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St. Anthony’s football team competes in the Del Rey League, made up of teams ranging from the South Bay to the Los Angeles valley. But the Saints have always tried to maintain a local flavor under head coach Mario Morales, and will once again play a Long Beach-centric schedule, with games against Wilson and Millikan. The Saints originally had a game on the schedule with Lakewood in the Fall, but will scrimmage with the Lancers for the modified schedule instead.
St. Anthony High School has announced plans to break ground on a new athletic field complex at Clark Field in 2021. The $9 million project has been in the works since 2011, but was able to move forward thanks to a $6 million donation from Shea Family Charities. The project will include a new turf football/soccer field, six-lane track, new bleachers, and additional facilities for both boys’ and girls’ sports programs.
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