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Team Updates #1: News, Scores, Standings, & Schedules

New Teams’ Updates Column Unveiled


(East Los Angeles, CA) May 30, 2022 [From The Editor’s Desk]: To All of our Followers and Supporters of East L.A. Sports Scene Productions, LLC and EastLASportScene.Com, we wish everyone Good Health and Good Vibrations at this time as we bring you a new Word Press feature designed to keep you informed of the news, scores, standings, and schedules of the Teams we are presently covering. Look for this feature to appear at any given time since many of our stories and productions may take slightly longer than anticipated to publish.


(Photo Credit): Frankli Robles, East L.A. Sports Scene


We have always attempted to keep a week-long publishing time-frame limit per story, as we differ from the daily news gathering types of outlets. But due to the increase of the professional teams we have been credentialed to cover, I have had to alter the date and day of publication just a bit. As we transitioned from Cable TV to an On-Line internet outlet, from 2010 to the present, we have had the goal of publishing new stories at least once per week. Please continue to help us grow in new followers by sending our site “link” to someone you know. Thanks to All for your understanding, and many thanks for sharing our productions.¡Muchas Gracias!


(Roosevelt HS/Baseball):  The Rough Riders (24-7) and (11-1) 1st Eastern League, were defeated by the Chatsworth Chancellors by a (4-3) score in last Wednesday’s CIF/L.A. City Section’s (LACS) “Open” Division that took place at Dedeaux Field on the USC campus. The Riders defeated Palisades HS on Friday, 5/20, by the score of (1-0), and thus earned their trip to the Semifinal game. We will have a full story with a Photo Gallery forthcoming. In the other “Open” bracket battle, Birmingham defeated El Camino Real, (2-1) to move on to the Championship game at Dodger Stadium last Saturday. Here are the resultsChatsworth defeated Birmingham for the “Open” title, by the score of (2-0). In the Division 1 bracket, Garfield defeated Gardena (5-3).


Also, can’t forget about giving a Big Congrats to the Eastern League’s Garfield softball team, (11-13) overall and (6-6) 4th in League, for winning the CIF/L.A. City Section’s Division 2 Championship by defeating Gardena, (5-3) last Saturday. 


(MLB/L.A. Dodgers): The Big Blue, now overall at (33-14), returned with an (8-2) road trip and prepare for a weeklong Home-stand at Dodger Stadium. They took 2-out-of-3, first from the Cubs, then the Nationals, and then swept the D-Backs in four straight. They remain in 1st place in the NL/West. Their next home game will be on Memorial Day, May 30th against the Pittsburgh Pirates. Remember to see our other story that highlights this coming Home-stand’s promotions. 


(WNBA/L.A. Sparks): The team defeated the Minnesota Lynx on Sunday, 5/29 by the score of (88-85) and split their most recent 2 game road-trip, losing to the Indiana Fever last Friday, (101-96). The Sparks are now (4-6) and in 6th place. They return home on Tuesday, 5/31 against the Dallas Wings, with their overall record of (5-3) good for 5th place in the standingsTip-off is at 7:30 pm. 


(MLS/LAFC):  On Saturday, 5/28, LAFC defeated the San José Earthquake’s by the score of (3-1) moving their record to an MLS Western Conference best of (9-3-2)= 29 points. In previous games, the Club defeated the Columbus Crew (2-0) on the road. LAFC remains in 1st place. Last week’s non-MLS match against the Galaxy did not count on their MLS record since it was part of the annual Lamar Hunt U.S. Open Tournament. After a 2-week layoff due to friendly matches and CONCACAF competitions, the Black & Gold return to action at Banc of Calif. Stadium on Sunday, 6/26 versus the New York Red Bulls. Kick-off will be at 12:00 noon.


NFL/Rams & Chargers): Both are now well into their 2022 pre-season Rookie Camps and Other Team Activities (OTAs). We’ll bring you more as we learn more. To access the Rams website, click here. And for the Chargers, click here.


The UCLA Bruins (48-8) have punched their ticket to the NCAA’s Division 1 Softball Tournament, aka, the “Women’s College World Series” (WCWS) with this past weekend’s triumphs over the Duke Blue Devils on Friday, by the score of (3-2) and on Saturday, (8-2) in the NCAA’s Los Angeles Super Regional Tournament. The #5/6 seeded Bruins open up with the Texas Longhorns, (43-19-1) on Thursday, 6/2 at 9:00 am Watch on TV: ESPN; WCWS LocationOklahoma City, OK.Venue: USA Softball Hall of Fame Stadium.



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