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  • Cartwright, Flintridge Prep boys' basketball storm back to beat rival

    LA CA√ĎADA — Back from a 10-game absence while recovering from a left Achilles injury, Robert Cartwright wasn’t sure what kind of performance he might have. The Stanford University-bound Cartwright returned in time Friday night for the Rebels...
  • Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball holds down Muir

    LA CRESCENTA — In front of a near capacity crowd in its home gym, the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team scored a key Pacific League victory over Muir. The Falcons were able to execute their game plan on both ends en route to an...
  • Energized Burroughs girls' basketball takes down Glendale

    BURBANK — When Burroughs High's and Glendale's girls' basketball teams met in Friday night's Pacific League bout, it was a game that featured two squads dealing with different realities. For the Indians, they're positioning themselves to repeat as...
  • Flintridge Prep girls' basketball gets lopsided victory

    Flintridge Prep girls' basketball gets lopsided victory
    BURBANK — Tala Ismail finished with a game-high 22 points and seven steals to lead the Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball team to an easy 63-19 victory against Canoga Park in a pool-play contest of the 17th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence...
  • Glendale Community College women's basketball's shooting woes lead to home loss

    GLENDALE — The Glendale Community College women's basketball team's loss to Citrus at home on Saturday can be easily surmised. The Vaqueros left too many easy points on the court. “I think the biggest thing offensively, we missed a lot...
  • Glendale Community College men's basketball downed by Citrus

    GLENDALE — Subpar shooting from the Glendale Community College men’s basketball team, particularly in the first half of its Western State Conference tilt with Citrus College, resulted in its third loss of the season and its first in conference...
  • Glendale girls' basketball gets first league win in resounding fashion

    PASADENA — Glendale High’s girls’ basketball team won its first league game of the season in convincing fashion and faced little resistance in doing so. Granted, the win came against a rebuilding Pasadena squad that has already seen...
  • Hoover boys' basketball notches first Pacific League win

    ARCADIA — Teo Davidian is unquestionably the leader of the Hoover High boys’ basketball team. That is why after the Tornadoes lost their first two games in Pacific League play, the senior guard put pressure on himself to avoid an “...
  • Burroughs High girls' basketball comes back to defeat Crescenta Valley

    BURBANK — The Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team controlled almost every facet of its Pacific League game Monday against Burroughs — for the first three quarters. With a defense that frustrated the Indians, the Falcons enjoyed a...
  • Glendale High girls' basketball can't buy a shot against Canyon

    BURBANK — Kristina Sahakian easily made a pair of layups, Claire Yanai banked in a hook shot and Ivet Satorian hit a running shot. That was all of the baskets the Glendale High girls' basketball team made in Tuesday's pool-play game of the Magnolia...
  • Glendale Community College women's basketball throttles Imperial Valley

    Glendale Community College women's basketball throttles Imperial Valley
    GLENDALE — Victories are no longer scarce for the Glendale Community College women's basketball team. After winning just six games the previous two seasons, the Vaqueros, backed by a strong foundation and balanced scoring, appear to have turned...
  • Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball holds down Glendale

    GLENDALE — Offense came at a premium in the Pacific League opener between the Crescenta Valley High and Glendale girls’ basketball squads. By the same token, both teams relied on high-energy defense to gain an advantage over the other....