Sports

Going, Going, Gone!
Sports

Going, Going, Gone!

The Arcadia American Little League Majors Dodgers trailed for the first time this season Saturday, March 13, against the East Altadena Blue Jays but that was before Devon Eskridge’s grand slam at Windsor Field gave his team a 5-4 victory.

Bash Is Bringing Boxing Back!
Sports

Bash Is Bringing Boxing Back!

An Interview With Steven Bash By Jacob Bigley We at Beacon Media sat down with Steven Bash, attorney and owner of Bash Entertainment/Bash Boxing Inc., a full service sports and entertainment company providing professional athletes and companies legal representation as well as management, marketing and promotional services. In an effort to bring back the “good…

Arcadia Par-3 Annual New Junior Golfer Day
Arts & Entertainment, Sports

Arcadia Par-3 Annual New Junior Golfer Day

Arcadia Par-3 Golf Course located at 620 E. Live Oak Avenue is the hidden treasure of Arcadia. This 18-hole par-3 course is 1,947 yards with lush greens and newly created bunkers. It is also home to The Golf Learning Center, where golfers new and old can learn the “greatest game.” The Golf Learning Centers announce…

Sports

Arcadia American Little League Opens 58th Season

Arcadia American Little League (AALL) opened its 58th season last Saturday, Feb. 20, at venerable Windsor Field with players ranging from T-ball to Majors in full uniform and ready to play ball in 2016. Mayor Gary Kovacic, a longtime supporter and sponsor of AALL, threw out the ceremonial first ball on a glorious, warm morning and the large…

Arcadia Unified School District Revives Middle School Athletics
Sports

Arcadia Unified School District Revives Middle School Athletics

By May S. Ruiz Students in the Arcadia Unified School District (AUSD) enjoy a certain cachet when conversations turn to school reputations and student performance. Few in the San Gabriel Valley would not have heard of the district’s prowess. Its high school is a renowned powerhouse – in academics, music, and performing arts. The district’s…

Arcadia Spartans Fall in Historic Game Against Santa Fe Cougars
Sports

Arcadia Spartans Fall in Historic Game Against Santa Fe Cougars

By Jonathan Tsou On Feb. 2, the First Avenue Middle School Spartans’ soccer team played at Santa Fe Middle School. The Santa Fe Middle School Cougars defeated the First Avenue Spartans 5-2. The Cougars scored an early goal and continued to roll through the game. The Spartans had numerous chances to score. However, throughout the…

Should High School Football Be Banned?
opinion, Sports

Should High School Football Be Banned?

By Jonathan Tsou Accounts of high school football players dying as a result of concussions have come through the news cycle for a long time. Recently, many parents and doctors have come out publicly to ask school districts to eliminate football from their athletic departments. They argue that the high prevalence of concussions can cause…

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