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BASEBALL Glendale 9, Muir 5: Josue Aguilera walked three times and singled in scoring twice and leading the Nitros to a Pacific League victory Wednesday afternoon. Jacob Funaro also singled and drove in three runs for Glendale (3-16, 2-9), while...
Incarnation School sixth-graders Francesca Legaspi and Krista Celo will be shaking things up next month as they compete in the California State Science Fair with their experiment on the stability of buildings during earthquakes. it's the first time...
GLENDALE — The Glendale High boys’ volleyball team sure knew how to recover from a setback in Friday’s Pacific League match against Hoover. After surrendering the final eight points in an opening-game loss, the Nitros scored the first...
There's no secret to the success of Gio Martinez. Ask anyone who's wrestled with him or just seen him on the mat for Hoover High. “His strength,” Tornadoes sophomore Joshua Lee said of the reason for Martinez’ success. “He’s...
Things may not have gone quite as hoped for the Hoover High wrestling team in its inaugural campaign in the Rio Hondo League. The Tornadoes took fifth in the six-team league, but still produced individual success. With a trio of top-two finishers in...
Tags: Wrestling, Landforms, Gastroenteritis, Mountains
MONROVIA — Hoover High's inaugural season in the Rio Hondo League was described as a roller-coaster ride by wrestling coach Mark Bitetti. The Tornadoes won their first league dual against St. Paul, but dropped the next four en route to finishing...
Tags: Wrestling, Tornadoes, Human Interest, San Marino
MEN'S GOLF Glendale college in Bakersfield Invitational: The Vaqueros finished third in the two-day Bakersfield Invitational on Tuesday. Glendale recorded a 385 after opening with a 396 on Monday to finish at 781. Clayton Ojeja shot a three-over-par...
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NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Fueled by smothering defense, the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team ended a two-game skid in league play and handed another defeat to a Hoover High squad that hasn't won a league game since the 2008-2009 season....
When Burt Farrar bought the remote Sycamore Canyon in the early 1920s, he replaced the dirt lane that ran along the stream with a wide concrete road and called it Chevy Chase Drive. He then began developing streets and lots in the canyon, and in...
They learned the basics of wrestling a year ago. They competed in tournaments and a few dual matches and have learned to be tougher. Now, the members of the Hoover High boys' wrestling team say they're ready for new challenges in the second year of...
Hurricane Sandy is wreaking havoc on the East Coast, but in Glendale, the storm provided a last minute extension for negotiations between Glendale Unified and the teachers union over a federal grant application that could bring $40 million to the...
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Hoover 3, Pasadena 2: Shaina Barrett had 20 kills for the Tornadoes in an 11-25, 17-25, 25-17, 25-16, 15-12, home Pacific League win on Tuesday. Lilit Chaparyan and Nicole Mirzakhanian added eight kills apiece for Hoover (4-5, 2-2 in...
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