Johnny Messiha is a Southern California native who expects to graduate in spring 2021 with his master’s degree in sports journalism. He has served as a commentator at the University of San Diego, where he earned his bachelor’s degree in communication studies.
Latest from Johnny Messiha
FLAGSTAFF – Marvel releases new comic book about indigenous heroes
LOS ANGELES – Because Staples Center will be closed when the NBA season starts, Lakers fans will have to travel to other states to watch their team and make their presence felt. They believe they can counteract the disadvantages of playing on the road.
The addition of Chris Paul to the Phoenix Suns is expected to benefit the organization on and off the court.
SAN CLEMENTE, California – California high school athletes can only play competitively out of state and must travel to Arizona with their families to stay in game-shape.
ANAHEIM, California – Because of the pandemic, California high school athletes who play multiple sports are facing tough decisions that could affect their chances of college recruitment.
LOS ANGELES – Coptic Christians in Southern California are struggling to find places of worship because of restrictions on capacity under state pandemic restrictions.
LOS ANGELES – In 2020, the Dodgers took the World Series, the Lakers became NBA champs and COVID-19 robbed Los Angeles sports fans of their chance to officially celebrate.
ANAHEIM, California – Impatient Disney fans and city officials wait for Calif. Gov. Newsom to reopen theme parks.
The California Fitness Association is filing suit against California in an effort to reopen gyms and facilities throughout the state that were closed because of COVID-19.
The addition of the Sophia 2 test to the Pac-12 will help schools maintain safety, but will not impact Los Angeles schools who are not even cleared to play yet.