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From arriving on the grass of Mike Walsh Pirate Stadium all the way to the final chant when it was over, this Friday night, was unlike any other night in the annals of San Pedro High football.The Golden Pirate Regiment band wasn't around, nor was the Drill Team, not to mention both sides of fans were smaller than usual. Yet, Pirate Pride was still very much alive and well…See More
729 days.That's how long San Pedro High softball had to wait to play at home on campus, even if there was not a lot of people there to see the game.May 1, 2019 was the last time the Pirates played at the Jim Robertson Memorial Field, a run rule Marine League victory over Rancho Dominguez Prep. San Pedro was never able to enjoy the fruits of playing on their own campus in…See More
WILMINGTON - 508 days... added by fourteen more days.That's exactly how long it has been for San Pedro High football to showcase themselves on the gridiron.November 25, 2019 was when the Pirates previously played. The entire Fall semester of 2020 was void of high school football in California due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The Los Angeles Unified School…See More
Donald George Ezell, beloved husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather, friend, uncle, brother n law, cousin and Pastor made his grand entrance, most likely sprinting into heaven on April 9, 2021 after a 4yr battle against AL Amyloidosis. Don, aka Pastor Don, loved and knew Jesus personally and desired that all would know Him as he did. As pastor of Harbor Christian…See More
After a one-year absence, the All-San Pedro News Pilot Prep Boys Soccer Team is back, with a vengeance.Two years ago, San Pedro High boys soccer won the CIF-Los Angeles City Section Division 4 championship via a shootout with University of Los Angeles. The young man who made the final penalty kick in the shootout, was a sensational sophomore by the name of Billy Lopez,…See More