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  • Glendale girls' water polo starts season with pair of wins

    BURBANK — The Glendale High girls’ water polo squad took a double dip into the pool of competition at the fifth annual Burbank Tournament to open its season and ended up with a perfect day in Pool D play. On Friday, Glendale first took to...
  • Flintridge Prep girls' basketball off to Pioneer Shootout final

    BURBANK — The Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball team faced its toughest opponent so far this year when it squared off against San Gabriel in the semifinals of the Providence High School Pioneer Shootout on Friday. And the Rebels still won...
  • Crescenta Valley boys' basketball can't contain Hart

    Crescenta Valley boys' basketball can't contain Hart
    LA CRESCENTA — With few solutions to slow down the fast pace of the Hart High boys’ basketball team and hot shooting of guard Lewis Stallworth, the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team was unable to defend its home court in Friday...
  • Glendale water polo's Arman Momdzhyan tabbed as Pacific League's best

    Glendale water polo's Arman Momdzhyan tabbed as Pacific League's best
    A first-ever CIF Southern Section championship was only one of the honors earned by the Glendale High boys’ water polo team over the last few weeks. The recently released All-Pacific League list was highlighted by the Nitros, but also included...
  • Hoover High girls' water polo goes 1-1 in first day of tourney

    BURBANK — Even before its doubleheader as part of the Burbank Tournament, the Hoover High girls’ water polo team had already removed a monkey from its collective backs. After going winless last campaign, the Tornadoes notched their first win...
  • Crescenta Valley High football leads locals in Pacific League honors

    Crescenta Valley High football leads locals in Pacific League honors
    Success was not equally distributed among the Crescenta Valley, Glendale and Hoover high football programs during 2013 season. Perhaps it should come as no surprise that awards weren’t equally disbursed when the Pacific League recently released its...
  • Glendale girls' water polo wins Burbank Tournament

    BURBANK — Glendale High’s girls’ water polo team came back in the fourth quarter of the championship game at the fifth annual Burbank Tournament against San Marino only to see the contest tied in the final minute on a five-meter penalty....
  • Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley boys' soccer wins Eagle Cup

    BOYS’ SOCCER Crescenta Valley wins Eagle Cup: Crescenta Valley continued its torrid start to the season by claiming the Eagle Cup on Saturday afternoon at the Lancaster Soccer Complex with a 0-0 (4-3 in penalty kicks) championship victory over...
  • Flintridge Prep girls' basketball rallies past Providence in Pioneer Shootout final

    BURBANK — Scoring eight of the game’s final nine points, the Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball team not only cemented a wild comeback in Saturday evening’s 17th annual Providence High Pioneer Shootout, but also secured some...
  • Ron Kaye: Living the dream at Stengel Field

    Ron Kaye: Living the dream at Stengel Field
    Every child ought to have a dream, a big dream. It ought to be a human right. Mine was to be a major league baseball player. It was the summer of 1948 and my family bought our first house and I listened to Jimmy Dudley and Jack Graney on the radio and...
  • Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo turns back Rio Mesa

    PASADENA — George Vine IV doesn’t seem to mind being peppered with a lot of shots. The Crescenta Valley High boys’ water polo goalie said he prefers to stay active guarding the cage and seeing his share of chances during games. The...
  • Hoover High football falls to Muir in sloppy Pacific League opener

    Hoover High football falls to Muir in sloppy Pacific League opener
    GLENDALE — For nearly three quarters, the Hoover High football team stayed close to the defending Pacific League champion Muir in Thursday night's league opener. The Tornadoes' defense and the Mustangs penalties allowed Hoover to trail by just 13...