GLENDALE — For someone who has played golf for about two years, Jake Ledbetter caught the attention of the field Wednesday during the qualifying round of the third annual Glendale City Golf...
GLENDALE — It was a meeting of the elite and the eager at the Glendale Sports Complex this week.
After going the distance to win the three-game Babe Ruth 18-and-under Southern California Regional, the San Gabriel Valley All-Stars celebrated briefly before refocusing.
As a player, Casey Sripramong brought plenty of determination to the Glendale High girls' water polo team.
A schedule that was in flux through portions of the spring and into the summer has been finalized for the Flintridge Prep football team.
As a spectator last season, Bob Merette watched the final round of the Glendale City Golf Championship unfold at Oakmont Country Club.
Needing a win Monday afternoon to extend the season, the Glendale 15-U Babe Ruth baseball team instead called it a year at the All-Star State Tournament at Stevenson Field in El Segundo.
It was a long day at the ballpark for the San Gabriel Valley All-Stars, but at the end, it was a productive one.
In attendance at several CIF Southern Section boys’ water polo division championship matches in Irvine last fall, Stephen Whittier made it a point to watch Glendale compete against Los Altos in the Division V title contest.
Throughout most of the season, the Glendale High boys’ tennis team excelled in doubles competition.
Buoyed by a key three-run, pinch-hit home run from Steven Knezevich, the La Crescenta/Glendale 15-and-under Babe Ruth All-Stars lived to played another game.
It was a symbolic gesture and the culmination of an eventful and sometimes grueling junior year for Burroughs High’s Sawyer Patterson.
Jason Chang, Junior, and Aren Abrahamian, Senior, Crescenta Valley
Cartier Juan, Sophomore, Flintridge Prep
Two days removed from a tournament-opening 10-run loss to Simi Valley, the Glendale/La Crescenta 13-year-old Babe Ruth team found the same foe standing in front of it and a possible berth in the State All-Star Tournament final on Sunday.
A potential run to a Southern California tournament championship title became increasingly difficult for the Glendale Babe Ruth 15-U baseball team.
GLENDALE — Hoping to force a winner-take-all Section 2 Softball championship game Saturday, the Glendale Junior All-Stars produced a better effort but suffered a similar fate versus host Granada Hills on Friday.
The bangs against the white walls of the racquetball court echoed throughout the room as Advait Kartik swung at the small rubber ball.
Before the proverbial wrecking ball is set to descend upon Stengel Field, there will be baseball for one of the last times in the 65-year venue with perhaps hopes that the facility will see a new heyday.
Following a humbling defeat on Wednesday, the Glendale Junior All-Stars rebounded in fine fashion Thursday night to stay alive in the Section 2 Junior softball tournament.
LA CRESCENTA — Having to rally all night, the Crescenta Valley Junior baseball All-Stars were one comeback short in Thursday evening’s Section 2 Tournament championship.
GLENDALE — Veteran coaches Steve Snodgress and Tom Hofman are all too familiar with the summer league basketball season.
LA CRESCENTA — It's never too late to mold the next crop of talent on the basketball court.
LA CRESCENTA — A five-run top of the eighth inning not only secured the visiting Encino Little League Junior All-Star baseball team another chance in the Section 2 Tournament, but also simultaneously endangered the chances of host Crescenta...
Jessamyn “The Gun” Duke promised a more exciting fight and a better performance leading up to her Ultimate Fighting Championship bout with Leslie “The Peacemaker” Smith.
SIERRA MADRE — The Crescenta Valley Major Baseball All-Star team had to fight for its chance to play for the Section 2 championship.
What had been going around finally came back around on the Glendale Junior Softball All-Star team.
SIERRA MADRE — It was enough that the Crescenta Valley Major Baseball All-Star team had to deal with the pressure of a must-win in the championship game of the Section 2 Tournament against Encino.
Free from hesitation, Jessamyn “The Gun” Duke sums up her last bout with unflinching honesty.
“I was rowdy before rowdy was cool!”
After losing the opening game of the Section 2 Tournament, the Crescenta Valley Major Baseball Little League All-Star team had a tough road if it hoped to stay in the running to qualify for the championship game.
LA CRESCENTA — Though he felt the sting from being hit by two pitches in the batter's box, it didn't hinder JD Schaffer.
A slugfest in the Section 2 9-10 Baseball Tournament was nothing new to the Crescenta Valley All-Stars.
It was a bit of a late start for the Crescenta Valley Junior All-Stars on Sunday night, but it was hardly a bad start.
Crescenta Valley’s Major All-Stars lived to play another day; jumping out to a big lead and hanging on down the stretch to collect a 9-8 win over Arcadia American on Sunday afternoon at Sierra Madre Little League in the Section 2 Tournament.
Victory was within reach of the Crescenta Valley Major All-Stars in their Section 2 Tournament opener on Saturday. That was until the fifth inning.
Four unearned runs off one two-out error in the top of the first inning loomed large for Vaquero, as the early deficit was too much to overcome despite homers from Ray Cejudo and Michael Lemus, as the District 16 champions were eliminated from the...
It’s not uncommon for Art “Lionheart” Hovhannisyan to emerge from a bout battered and bloodied.
If Art "Lionheart" Hovhannisyan is indeed back on the path toward putting himself into the conversation for a world title opportunity, Friday night poses an opportunity to prove just that.
The number two chess player in the world, Levon Aronian, shared his desire to increase chess' status in the United States, his road to success and his take on the 2014 FIFA World Cup at a Monday night event with fans in Glendale.
GLENDALE — Handling the clean-up spot in the order doesn't appear to be a problem for Raymond Cejudo.
World renowned soccer club Real Madrid Youth invited youth from throughout the area and the Southland lined to participate in the first year of stateside soccer clinics put on by the Real Madrid Foundation from Monday, July 21 through Thursday, July 24, 2014.