Tony Ciniglio, L.A. Daily News

Tony Ciniglio

L.A. Daily News

Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Past articles by Tony:

Sierra Canyon’s Lindsay Sobel started own charity to shoe the homeless – Daily News

Sierra Canyon volleyball player Lindsay Sobel started small charity to put shoes on the homeless. → Read More

UCLA softball freshman Maya Brady put on a show before coronavirus shutdown

The Oaks Christian grad was hitting .356 with seven homers and 28 RBIs batting cleanup for the No. 1 Bruins before the season was canceled. → Read More

Newbury Park’s Sydney Barth final year in softball halted by coronavirus – Daily News

Newbury Park’s Sydney Barth was finishing her victory lap in softball when the coronavirus halted it all → Read More

Daily News softball top 10 rankings, March 16

The Daily News softball top 10 rankings as of March 16. → Read More

Peninsula girls basketball battles to the end, but loses in Division III regional finalhe bitter end

The Panthers whittle an 18-point deficit to seven points in the closing minutes, but their storybook season comes to an end with a loss to Paloma Valley. → Read More

Peninsula girls basketball storms past Viewpoint and into Division III regional final

Peninsula outscores Viewpoint 31-11 in the third quarter and will host Tuesday’s regional final against Paloma Valley, → Read More

Peninsula girls basketball rolls into regional semifinals behind Jadyn Lee’s 26-point night

Jadyn Lee scored 22 of her 26 points in the first half to lead Peninsula girls basketball to win over Eisenhower → Read More

Sierra Canyon girls basketball derailed in regionals by Windward’s stunning comeback – Daily News

Windward overcomes a 10-point deficit with five minutes left to end the season for Sierra Canyon in the first round of the SoCal Regional playoffs. → Read More

Gardena basketball season comes to end with loss to Fountain Valley in regional playoffs

Basketball roundup: Gardena falls to Fountain Valley, Mira Costa girls pull off an upset, as do the Westchester girls, and West Torrance goes double overtime to defeat Fairmont Prep. → Read More

Softball notebook: Agoura’s hot start earns itself first top 10 appearance of season – Daily News

Weekly softball notebook including Agoura’s hot start and the latest Daily News top 10 rankings. → Read More

North Torrance soccer tops Redlands East Valley in 2-OT thriller to earn first CIF-SS title

North Torrance wins its first CIF-SS title with Alfredo Fernandez’s goal in the second overtime. → Read More

El Camino Real boys soccer captures section best 7th City title in program history

El Camino Real boys soccer claimed it’s City best seventh championship Friday night. → Read More

Chatsworth softball player handed six-game suspension for ineligible participation

Chatsworth softball player will serve hefty suspension after illegal participation. → Read More

Softball notebook: Saugus softball wins Hart tournament; Daily News top 10

Saugus softball wins Hart tournament this past weekend. → Read More

Iriafen does it all as Harvard-Westlake girls basketball overpowers West Torrance in Division 1 semifinals

Iriafen scores 31 points and helps the Wolverines clamp down on West’s offense in the second half. → Read More

Softball preview: 5 burning questions for upcoming season

Five burning questions for the upcoming softballs season. → Read More

Softball preview: Dee Dee Hernandez, Ava Justman top pitchers to watch

Read about the area’s best softball pitchers in part one of three this years softball preview. → Read More

Westchester Way on full display in victory over Washington in City playoffs

Westchester pulls away with a 13-0 run to open the fourth quarter and advances to the Open Division semifinals. → Read More

Redondo withstands second-half charge from Serra and wins Division 1 first round game

Redondo had a 25-point lead, but saw it dwindled down to five before regrouping to defeat Serra in a CIF-SS Division 1 game → Read More

San Pedro football shuts out Carson

SAN PEDRO >> The memories were all too vivid for San Pedro quarterback Dylan Kordic. At 7 years old, he remembered watching the Kenny Potter-led Pirates lose to Carson in the playoffs after winning the regular-season matchup in 2011. The same thing happened three years later with his cousin Jacob Miller’s San Pedro team in 2014. “I remember sitting at the 50-yard line each game,” Kordic… → Read More