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Riders Re-set For Playoff Tilt With No. Hollywood Tonight | LACS Boys

“Live Stream” Tip-Off Set For 7 pm. Winner Scheduled To Play Quarterfinal Game Wednesday.

(Boyle Heights/East L.A)The highly unfortunate re-scheduling of this opening  playoff game last Friday, 2/8/19, gave both squads an opportunity to take a big, deep breath and candidly reflect on the sad reason for the decision that was made by North Hollywood HS “en memoriam” of a member of their sports family.


The CIF/L.A. City Section Commissioner’s Office commented that the postponement was made at the request of the school. Roosevelt’s Administration fully agreed with North Hollywood’s request.


And thus, the stage is set for the playoff battle tonight between the #7 seeded Rough Riders, (15-12)/ Overall/(6-6) Eastern League, and the #10 No. Hollywood Huskies, (14-12) Overall/(7-3) East Valley League. The winner moves forward in the playoffs and will play on Wednesday, 2/13, an away game, against #2 seed, the JFK Kennedy Cougars/Granada Hills (18-10) Overall/(9-2) Valley Mission League at 7 pm.


For many of our regular followers, and those of you who are Roosevelt Alumni, local high school community members, and fans, who cannot attend this game in person, this is a reminder that you can watch it on Live Stream” via your subscription to the NFHSNetwork.Com for a $9.95 access fee. The game, which includes our Play-By-Play” coverage, is being produced by the Network’s Local Affiliate, East L.A. Sports Scene Productions.


To subscribe to this game, click here. Your benefit as a new subscriber, as long as you remain current, will allow you to watch any high school game played in the country, Boys or Girls, that is produced for the NFHS Network. Please note that you may cancel your subscription at any time.

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Photo Credit: Bob Bernal. Jr./EastSideMedia


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