Matadores Advance to Orange Final E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Tuesday, 30 December 2014 15:05


Orange~The Matadores of La Mirada outscored Canyon 21-11 in the second half Monday night to advance to the finals in the 50th annual Orange Holiday Classic, winning 61-56.

The Matadores beat OL earlier this month in the Diablo Inferno 70-61 and it is also the former school/team of LM star Kendall Lauderdale.

123115 UPDATE: The Mats fell to Orange Lutheran in the championship game, 57-43 making their record 11-3 for the season. They open up Suburban League play at John Glenn Wednesday, January 7th at 6:30 p.m.

La Mirada has their final non-league game against Brea on January 9th and then return to league play for the rest of the season at Cerritos on the 12th.

Final Tournament Action for Matadores This Weekend E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Friday, 26 December 2014 05:20

La Mirada~As we transition into the new year, the boys and girls basketball teams from La Mirada High will participate in their final tournament action this weekend, gearing up for league play.

The boys (8-2) will participate in the Orange Holiday Classic at Hope International University.

Their first game is tonight against Lynden (WA) at 8:30 p.m.

The Matadores are 8-2 to start the season after winning the Diablo Inferno Tournament earlier this month and finishing third in the North OC Championships last week.

The Lady Mats (2-6) will participate in the Lady Rebel Classic at Savanna High School.

Their first game is today as well, against Rancho Alamitos beginning at 3:00 p.m.

Annual Alumni Game Signals Start of La Mirada High Basketball E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Friday, 21 November 2014 20:57

14:04 11/24/14: Admission is $5.00 but you can get in for FREE by participating in the programs canned food drive by contributing one or more of the following: can food (vegetables, soup, yams, etc.); pumpkin pies; salad dressing; bag potatoes; bag carrots; stuffing; apples and other fruit.

La Mirada~The annual Alumni Game will launch the 2014-15 campaign for the La Mirada High School Boys Basketball program Tuesday November 25th at 6:30 p.m.

The stars of yesterday play against the stars of today in the fundraising game and the fans get a sneak peek at this year’s Matadore squad.

Bryce Jones begins his fourth year as head coach with Charlie Torres and Shea Frazee returning as assistants.

The Mats advanced to the Division 3AAA semifinals last season before bowing to Santa Margarita.

Varsity players from years past are invited to come by and participate.

The Matadores open the season December 1st in the Mission Viejo Tournament vs. Saddleback Valley Christian beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Can Food (vegetables, soup, etc)
   Turkey (because of storage limitations it was suggested to get gift certificates from local  
                 grocery stores for turkeys)
   Pumpkin Pies
   Salad Dressing
   5 lb of Potatoes (bag)
   Bag of carrots
   Box of stuffing
   Small Bags of apples or Oranges
   Can of Yams
League Title Game Moved to Goodman Stadium E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Sunday, 02 November 2014 12:59

La Mirada~One game will decide the 2014 Suburban League Football Championship and it has been moved to Goodman Stadium at La Mirada High.

The La Mirada Matadores (5-0, 8-1) will play the Norwalk Lancers (5-0, 7-2) this Friday November 7th with both teams undefeated in league and a title on the line.

The game was originally scheduled to be played at Excelsior Stadium (Norwalk’s home field), but it was likely moved because La Mirada features a better turf and facilities.

The Matadores will be on the visitors side of the field. Game time is 7:00 p.m.

La Mirada 8u Girls All-Star Team Headed to Lancaster E-mail
Facebook Twitter Delicious Stumbleupon Reddit Linked In 
Written by Miriam Curiel   
Thursday, 03 July 2014 15:42

Back Row: Manager Charles Gandara, Coaches: Stacey Foote, Eddie Amezcua and Rick Gonzalez Middle Row: Jaclyn Ibarra, Kailey Vasquez, Katie Jaime, Madison Foote, Julissa Detrinidad, Lauren Amezcua & Rosalyn Gonzalez First Row: Taylor Parra, Jordan Vasquez, Mia Rafael, Madison Becerra and Gaby Gandara

The La Mirada Girls Softball Association (8u Gold All-Star Team) continues its season with an extremely impressive record. The team of eight and nine year olds began the season with a second place finish at the Mirada Madness Tournament over Memorial Day Weekend.

The girls then lost in the semi-finals in the Field of Dreams tournament in La Habra but finished strong with a first place finish at the Summer Slam tournament in North Torrance.

The girls recently finished third in the LA/South Bay District tournament in Norwalk/Downey which qualifies them to compete in the state tournament in Lancaster from July 4th through the 6th. The team has an overall record of 15-5-1 and has had contributions from each and every player on the roster.

The team has had great pitching performances from Madison Foote, Kailey Vasquez & Jaclyn Ibarra who have a combined ERA of 1.90. They also have a great defense led by Katie Jaime at shortstop, Gaby Gandara at 2nd base and Julissa Detrinidad at catcher.

The girls average six runs per game and have had key hits in crucial situations from Jordan Vasquez, Lauren Amezcua, Madison Becerra, Mia Rafael, Rosalyn Gonzalez & Taylor Parra which has been monumental for the team.


Page 5 of 28


adding google maps to website

La Mirada Blog Tweets

Facebook Badge