It’s time to go back to work for South Pasadena High School winter teams after a two-week winter break.
The following is a quick look at how each team is doing as Rio Hondo League action gets underway.
Under first-year coach Ernest Baskerville, the Tigers are 11-3 and travel to Blair on Wednesday before hosting La Cañada on Friday in Rio Hondo League action. Both games start at 7 p.m., the latter at South Pasadena Middle School.
The Tigers won their first nine games of the season before losing a pair. Since the two losses, they have won two out of three and have high hopes entering the league campaign.
South Pasadena, 8-9, hopes to get back to .500 Wednesday night when it faces La Cañada on Friday at 5:15 p.m. at home in its Rio Hondo League opener at South Pasadena Middle School.
Following that contest, the Tigers face Temple City on January 15 at home.
It has been an up-and-down season to date as the 3-4 Tigers travel to Blair on Wednesday, for a 3:15 contest against the Vikings.
On Friday, the Tigers host La Cañada at home, starting at 3:15 p.m. South Pasadena has yet to win a home match this season.
South Pasadena, under first-year coach Francisco Lopez, is 5-5-2 going into the Rio Hondo League season.
The Tigers face visiting Blair at 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday in their league opener before traveling to La Cañada on Friday.