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Signing Day 2017

Mayfair celebrated 13 athletes who will be continuing their athletic careers at the collegiate level at NCAA Division 1, Division 2, Division 3, and NAIA schools. Cody Ahrens —  Hope International University — Baseball Landon Anderson — Vanguard University —  Baseball Cynthia Covarrubias — UC Merced — Soccer Kanana Fuimaono — Ohio Valley University —

Monsoons recognized in Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame

Every year the Ron Piazza McDonald’s recognizes Lakewood youth athletes who either attend school in Lakewood or live in Lakewood. In the 2016 edition of the Lakewood Youth Hall of Fame, several Monsoon athletes were recognized for their performances during 2016. Emma Kailiponi (Volleyball) was selected as one of the four Outstanding Scholar-Athlete recipients for

Penalties doom Mayfair in second half

The Mayfair Monsoons of the Suburban League and the La Salle Lancers of the Angelus League came into Friday night’s first round CIF-SS division 9 matchup as two run-heavy teams averaging over 200 rushing yards per game. Both teams stuck with what they have done all season, but it was the Lancers who prevailed, outscoring

Mayfair vs. La Salle Preview

The Mayfair Monsoon football team is set to face off against the La Salle Lancers of Pasadena in a first round CIF-SS division 9 matchup. With both teams heavily dependent on the run, the key to the game figures to come down to who will win the battle of the trenches. The Monsoons (6-4, 5-1)

Bojorquez wins MWC Special Teams POW Award

Mayfair alum Corey Bojorquez, a junior at the University of New Mexico, was honored at the Mountain West Conference Special Teams Player of the Week  after his performance last Saturday against Nevada University which included a career long 66-yard punt. Bojorquez, who graduated in 2014, was a member of the Monsoon football and soccer teams.

Football to face La Salle in CIF

The Mayfair football team (6-4, 5-1) will host the La Salle Lancers in a first round division 9 matchup. The Monsoons are coming off a 63-13 loss to division 3’s top seeded La Mirada Matadors. With the loss, the Monsoons finished second in Suburban League behind the Matadors. The Lancers (6-4, 2-3) come into the

Mayfair falls to La Mirada in second half

Five minutes into the game, the Mayfair Monsoons looked primed to give California’s 11th ranked  La Mirada Matadors a run for the Suburban League title. The Monsoons opened with an 8-play, 56-yard drive capped off by senior Traveon Anderson punching it in from the 1-yard line to take a 7-0 lead. On the ensuing Matador

Football playing for Suburban League title

For the second season in a row, the Mayfair Monsoons and La Mirada Matadors will face off in final game of Suburban League action with the championship on the line. This year, the Monsoons will be hoping to reverse last year’s outcome – a 52-7 loss, with a constantly improving defense and rushing attack. It