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Orange Lutheran girls basketball rallies past Westchester in CIF Southern California Regional playoffs

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe nowLOS ANGELES — Orange Lutheran’s girls basketball team added another chapter to its impressive postseason Tuesday night.Call it “The L.A. Comeback.”The CIF-SS Division 1 champion Lancers rallied to defeat L.A. City Section Open Division champion Westchester 62-59 in a Division I first-round game of the CIF Sou...

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LOS ANGELES — Orange Lutheran’s girls basketball team added another chapter to its impressive postseason Tuesday night.

Call it “The L.A. Comeback.”

The CIF-SS Division 1 champion Lancers rallied to defeat L.A. City Section Open Division champion Westchester 62-59 in a Division I first-round game of the CIF Southern California Regional that delivered a thrilling, back-and-forth final quarter.

The visiting Lancers (25-7) came back from an 11-point deficit in the middle of the third quarter and received a go-ahead 3-pointer from Shea Joko with 35 seconds left to advance to the second round. The victory came one season after Orange Lutheran lost in the first round of the Division II regional to Brentwood.

“We didn’t want our season to end,” said junior post Taliyah McFerson, who scored 13 of her team-high 20 points in the second half. “We want to keep going. We’re not ready to be done.”

Orange Lutheran, seeded ninth, will play host to No. 16 Chaminade, one of its foes in Division 1, in the second round Thursday. Chaminade knocked off top-seeded Ontario Christian 88-65 in the first round of the regional playoffs.

The Lancers defeated Chaminade 78-68 in the Division 1 semifinals.

“They got their rematch,” Orange Lutheran interim coach Alex Helmage said of Chaminade. “Now it’s state playoffs. (Our) girls love each other so much, they don’t want the season to end and it showed in the second half.”

The Lancers trailed 42-31 in the middle of the third period before closing on a 10-5 run to trim the lead to 47-41.

Orange Lutheran took its first lead since early in the opening period at 52-51 on a running baseline floater by Princess Cassell with 3:39 left in the fourth quarter.

But the big shots were only just starting.

Westchester’s Ron’yae Jackson, a Cal State L.A. commit, responded with a 3-pointer to give the Comets (29-2) a 54-52 lead.

Joko countered with her own 3-pointer with 2:23 left, giving Orange Lutheran a 55-54 advantage.

Westchester regained the lead again on the next possession on a jumper by point guard Rylei Waugh, whose sister Reigne added a free throw to make it 57-55 with 1:19 remaining.

But McFerson scored inside to knot the score at 57-57 with 1:05 left, and following a basket by No. 8 seed Westchester, Joko drained her fourth 3-pointer to make it 60-59 with 35 seconds left.

The junior guard sank two foul shots with 16.9 seconds left, capping her 12-point fourth quarter, and then reached behind a dribbler for a late steal, burning time the Comets desperately needed.

“I didn’t want our season to end at all because we have a really good sisterhood,” Joko said. “We have two great seniors (Madi Bogan and Heaven Johnson) and we want to spend as much time (together) as we can.”

Cassell scored five of her 13 points in the fourth period, including a key 3-pointer early in the frame after a block by Bogan.

Jackson and Rylei Waugh finished with 22 and 16 points, respectively, for the Comets, who claimed their first Open title in the L.A. City.

“They just hit big buckets,” Westchester coach Dominic Grimes said of the Lancers. “(Our) defense fell apart, especially at the 3-point line. You can’t let a team just dribble down the floor and pull up uncontested. That kind of hurt us down the stretch.”

In Division II

San Juan Hills 60, Mater Dei Catholic 49: Anna Shreeve had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Sydney Peterson added 12 points and 15 rebounds to lead the host Stallions to their first regional victory. No. 6 San Juan Hills plays at No. 3 La Salle on Thursday in the second round.

In Division III

El Dorado 60, Palisades 37: Senior Avery Shiring recorded 25 points and 15 rebounds to leads the visiting No. 7 Golden Hawks, who advance play at No. 2 Redondo on Thursday.

Powerful storms to batter East and West coasts as California faces risk of flash flooding and snow

Two strong storm systems moved ashore on the East and West coasts simultaneously Monday night as California faced a fresh threat of flash flooding and heavy mountain snow.The arrival of the "separate but potent" low-pressure systems has left 22 million people under winter weather alerts and will see both sides of the country slammed with severe weather, the Nation...

Two strong storm systems moved ashore on the East and West coasts simultaneously Monday night as California faced a fresh threat of flash flooding and heavy mountain snow.

The arrival of the "separate but potent" low-pressure systems has left 22 million people under winter weather alerts and will see both sides of the country slammed with severe weather, the National Weather Service said. Widespread precipitation was expected as a storm from the Gulf of Alaska moved over California's North Coast Monday evening.

At the same time, a nor'easter moving up the East Coast was bringing rain to Philadelphia as it was expected to strengthen offshore and transform into a snowstorm. Five New Jersey counties were under a weather-related state of emergency, and as much as a foot of snow was expected along Pennsylvania's I-80 corridor, according to the National Weather Service.

A National Weather Service forecast discussion covering the San Francisco Bay Area from Monday night through Tuesday said, "Strong damaging winds, power outages, additional flooding, and road closures are all anticipated."

"Avoid unnecessary travel and complete all preparations as soon as possible," it said.

The system is also forecast to bring heavy rain to central and Southern California on Tuesday. Around 17 million people in California were under flood watches Monday, and southern parts of the state will likely be added to the flood watch list.

Heavy snow is also forecast for higher elevations of the Sierra Nevada, the agency said.

The UC Berkeley Central Sierra Snow Lab, a research institute based in Soda Springs, a census-designated place 89 miles northeast of Sacramento, tweeted Monday morning that the area had already seen 13.2 inches of snow in the last 24 hours and was expecting up to 30 more through Tuesday.

Rainfall amounts could reach 6 to 8 inches in parts of the Sierra Nevada and Southern California in the coming days. Snowfall amounts will be up to 4 feet above 7,000 feet and 8 feet above 9,000 feet.

"Considerable flooding impacts" are also expected below 5,000-foot elevation along the central California coast, San Joaquin Valley, Sacramento Valley and southern Sierra Nevada foothills into Tuesday, it said.

Areas most likely to see isolated flooding Monday include Eureka, Redding and Santa Rosa.

The weather service further warned that heavy rain and snowmelt could lead to renewed and more widespread flooding, particularly in low elevations.

"Some heavy snow can also be expected farther inland across the Intermountain West, especially central Idaho and western Wyoming," it said.

The latest round of severe weather follows major flooding and severe winds over the weekend.

The National Weather Service in Sacramento on Monday confirmed a tornado touched down in the area of Tuttletown, about 50 miles west of Yosemite National Park, Saturday. Forecasters said it was an EF-1 vortex, meaning it had sustained winds of at least 79 mph. It was accompanied by severe thunderstorms and hail, the weather service said.

More than 200 people in lowlands north of Salinas have been rescued by first responders, including members of the California National Guard, authorities said at a news conference Monday.

One video showed a member of the Guard helping a driver out of a car trapped by water.

Monterey County, a national agricultural center, was been hit hard by the weekend storm, with an estimated 2,000 residents of the town of Pajaro under evacuation orders after a 300 foot breach in an adjacent river levee started opening up early Saturday, officials sad.

A second, smaller breach near the mouth of the river took place was reported Monday, said Maia Carroll, spokesperson for Monterey County. Officials believe this one may be beneficial.

"The water is flowing to the ocean and relieving upstream flooding," she said.

Much of the town of Pajaro was soaked in 1 to 3 feet of standing water, County Supervisor Luis Alejo said in an interview Saturday. Some who didn't evacuate are now trapped and were being told to stay put, officials said.

Federal forecasters estimated the next storm, due overnight, could bring as much as 7 inches of rain to parts of Monterey County.

In an interview Saturday, Alejo lamented the plight of migrant farm workers who have been left without shelter and, in some cases, without jobs.

"These are immigrants, the people who can least afford being hit with this," he said. "They have homes, personal property. Many in agriculture will be out of jobs for a while because of the extensive damage from the storms."

By Sunday, California Gov. Gavin Newsom had declared weather-related emergencies in 40 of the state's 58 counties, with President Joe Biden vowing over the weekend to send federal resources to storm-battered areas under a federal emergency declaration Friday.

State meteorologist Michael Anderson had no good news during a video news conference Monday, saying, "We’re still moving water from the first event, while that second event comes to shore."

The incoming atmospheric river is stronger than the last, according to the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in San Diego, which rated its potency a 3 on a scale of 1 to 5 for Santa Cruz County, north of Pajaro. The weekend's storm was determined to have been a 1 on that scale, developed by Scripps' Center for Western Weather and Water Extremes.

Anderson piled on: As many as two more atmospheric rivers were on the horizon for March 19 to 22.

New England storm

Meanwhile, a clipper system moving east through the lower Great Lakes was expected to bring light to moderate snowfall across the Great Lakes before reaching New England.

"Farther south, a wavy front is forecast to bring some severe thunderstorms across the Southeast through tonight," the weather service said Monday.

"This wave is forecast to interact with the clipper system moving across the Great Lakes and intensify rapidly into a potent nor’easter off the New England coast on Tuesday, bringing heavy wet snow inland and high winds with rain/snow near the coast."

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Heavy snow rates of up to 2 inches per hour are possible, while strong winds from the nor’easter could make travel "dangerous to near impossible," the weather service warned. The severe weather conditions could also lead to outages and tree damage, it said.

Winds will also crank up, with wind gusts of 50 to 60 mph likely, especially right along the coast. This could result in blizzard conditions in some areas.

Higher elevation areas across the interior Northeast could see more than 12 inches of snow, it said. It further warned that some areas, including the Catskills in New York, the Berkshires in western Massachusetts and the southern Green Mountains in Vermont, could see localized higher snowfall amounts.

"Widespread minor coastal flooding may be possible Monday night through Wednesday as the low pressure deepens off the coast of New England with high winds most likely near Cape Cod later on Tuesday," the weather service said.

Massachusetts Gov. Maura Healey on Monday ordered most state employees under her purview not to report to work Tuesday in order to stay safe, stay off the roads, and avoid the possibility of needing rescue and medical attention from already burdened first responders.

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont activated the state's emergency operations center in anticipation of storm damage, transportation issues, and the possibility rescues or medical attention will result.

Prepping in New York

At a news conference Monday, New York Gov. Kathy Hochul said that the storm "could be deadly" and that it will bring "serious loss of power." She urged New Yorkers to spend Monday preparing for the storm and plan to stay home Tuesday.

"That’s the No. 1 message — there’s no reason in the world to have plans to be out tomorrow," she said.

New York will enter a state of emergency beginning at 8 p.m. Monday, Hochul said. The National Guard has been deployed throughout the state, she added.

The Albany area could see 1 to 2 inches of snow per hour, the National Weather Service of Albany said, with the governor’s office adding that could amount to up to 3 feet by Wednesday morning.

New York City and Long Island could see up to 2 inches of snow and are expected to see heavy winds and rain, and the state’s western and Finger Lakes regions could see 8 inches or more of snow by Wednesday, according to the governor’s office.

Power company PSEG Long Island said in a statement that it was preparing for potential outages that could be caused by high winds of up to 48 mph that could pull down wires. Con Edison, which serves New York City and Westchester, said Monday afternoon it is "securing extra crews and mobilizing for the winter storm."

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Monday declared a state of emergency in five counties — Bergen, Morris, Passaic, Sussex and Warren — ahead of the storm’s impacts.

On Wednesday, the system will move away from the coast, with morning snow lingering along coastal New England. Winds will stay strong all day in much of the Northeast.

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Chantal Da Silva is a breaking news editor for NBC News Digital based in London.

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Dennis Romero contributed.

Westchester's first supportive housing development breaks ground at 8333 Airport Boulevard

At a ceremony held on December 5, non-profit developer Community Corp. of Santa Monica broke ground on a new apartment complex which will be the first permanent supportive housing complex in the LAX-adjacent neighborhood of...

At a ceremony held on December 5, non-profit developer Community Corp. of Santa Monica broke ground on a new apartment complex which will be the first permanent supportive housing complex in the LAX-adjacent neighborhood of Westchester.

The Redtail Crossing apartments, which will rise from the former site of a Christian church at 8333 Airport Boulevard, calls for the construction of a new four-story edifice featuring 102 one-, two-, and three-bedroom residential units above 78 parking spaces on a single subterranean level.

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According to an application for tax credit financing, Redtail Crossing will serve households earning between 15 and 70 percent of the area median income level, with monthly rents ranging from $332 to $2,151 per month.

Designed by KFA Architecture, the project is depicted in plans with an E-shaped footprint wrapping around two landscaped courtyards and a rear yard. Other components of the project include community rooms and case management offices for on-site service providers.

Per a landing page on the KFA website, Redtail Crossing will provide a mix of affordable and permanent supportive housing.

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The more than $60-million project is expected to open to open for residents by 2024, according to a timeline included in the project's application for tax credit funding.

“This is a bright step forward for the city of Los Angeles and its residents in addressing the very serious need for affordable housing," said outgoing City Councilmember Mike Bonin in remarks at the ceremony. "These 102 units will not only will foster a sense of safety and community amongst their residents but will also represent a major step in creating a more sustainable Los Angeles. Red Tail Crossing enshrines the diversity and inclusion all Los Angeles residents deserve.”

While Community Corp. has made its name by building affordable housing in Santa Monica, the non-profit is no stranger to developing outside of its hometown. Community Corp.'s portfolio also includes Vista Ballona, a 50-unit affordable housing complex in Mar Vista, as well as a proposed 78-unit building on Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City.

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Nonprofit to build first supportive housing project in Westchester

A racially motivated covenant from the 1940s once barred apartments to be built near LAX. Now a new state law will allow the development of more than 100 affordable units.The nonprofit Community Corporation of Santa Monica has broken ground on a four-story permanent supportive housing complex at 8333 Airport Boulevard in Westchester, the Torrance Daily Breeze reported. It’s built on the ...

A racially motivated covenant from the 1940s once barred apartments to be built near LAX. Now a new state law will allow the development of more than 100 affordable units.

The nonprofit Community Corporation of Santa Monica has broken ground on a four-story permanent supportive housing complex at 8333 Airport Boulevard in Westchester, the Torrance Daily Breeze reported. It’s built on the former site of a church.

The project, known as Red Tail Crossing, was made possible by Assembly Bill 721, which stripped vestiges of redlining by preventing covenant density restrictions from blocking affordable housing projects. The bill became law last year.

It’s the first time AB 721 has applied to a housing project. The 2-acre, triangular lot lies just south of La Tijera Boulevard and a couple of blocks north of the airport.

“Affordable housing is, by its nature, going to include people of color,” former Assemblyman Richard Bloom, author of the bill, told the Daily News at a groundbreaking event. “And the real reason for these covenants was to keep people of color out of the neighborhood.”

Plans call for 102 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments above an underground parking garage for 78 cars, Urbanize Los Angeles reported. Forty of the apartments will be set aside for formerly homeless residents and 52 units for qualified families. It’s not clear who will live in the remaining units.

Redtail Crossing will serve households earning between 15 percent and 70 percent of the area median income, with monthly rents from $332 to $2,151 per month.

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The complex will include a playground, community room and kitchen, gym, wellness studio, on-site laundry, outdoor picnic area and community garden. The gray complex with forest green and sage trim, designed by KFA Architecture of Culver City, is shaped like an E and includes two courtyards and a rear yard.

The apartments are expected to be completed in 2024, with qualifying tenants selected through a lottery.

The more than $60 million Red Tail Crossing project was funded by private and public sources. Century Housing provided the initial $9 million to buy the land. In March, the state awarded $17.9 million through the California Housing Accelerator.

The city of Los Angeles and Chase Bank National Equity Fund also made undisclosed but “significant” contributions.

While Community Corporation has built affordable housing in Santa Monica, its portfolio includes Vista Ballona, a 50-unit affordable housing complex in Mar Vista, as well as a 78-unit complex planned for Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City, according to Urbanize.

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Cityview eyes 441-unit complex in Westchester

A local developer aims to build a mixed-use, 441-unit apartment complex in Westchester.Cityview, a multifamily developer based in Century City, filed plans to construct the five-story complex at 6136 West Manchester Avenue, north of LAX, Urbanize Los Angeles reported. It would replace buildings containing a Pep Boys tire shop and a Del Taco restaurant.Plans call for building on a triangu...

A local developer aims to build a mixed-use, 441-unit apartment complex in Westchester.

Cityview, a multifamily developer based in Century City, filed plans to construct the five-story complex at 6136 West Manchester Avenue, north of LAX, Urbanize Los Angeles reported. It would replace buildings containing a Pep Boys tire shop and a Del Taco restaurant.

Plans call for building on a triangular property at Manchester and South La Tijera Boulevard, backed by Truxton Avenue, just east of Sepulveda Boulevard.

The building would include 441 apartments above 16,000 square feet of ground-floor shops and restaurants, with parking for 551 vehicles. It would include a fitness center, a club room and outdoor courtyards.

In exchange for density bonus incentives that permit a taller building with more floor area than allowed by zoning rules, the developer would set aside 66 of the apartments for households earning very low incomes.

The contemporary-style complex, designed by AC Martin, would be layered in white, brown, black and gray, and would step down to four and five stories facing La Tijera. Setbacks on upper floors would create various rooftop decks.

An outdoor plaza would flank the shops and restaurants at Truxton and La Tijera, which serves as a gateway to the neighboring Westchester Town Center. It also leads into 87th Street, which serves as a weekly farmer’s market each Sunday.

The project aims to inject life into the Town Center, which lines Sepulveda Boulevard with offices and shops, but has little in the way of apartments, Adam Perry, senior vice president for Cityview, told Urbanize.

The approval process is expected to take a year, with construction taking up to 36 months.

At nearby Sepulveda and Manchester. Los Angeles-based Caladan Investments is building a mixed-use apartment building with 87 units.

Cityview, now building mixed-use projects in South Los Angeles, Historic Filipinotown and Carthay, ramped up work during the pandemic, Perry said. The firm now has 3,500 residential units in the pipeline across the West Coast and Colorado, plus a new industrial operation with 1 million square feet of property in Arizona.

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