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  • CV gives No. 1 a run

    SANTA ANA — The final 66-47 margin might suggest Wednesday's opening-round contest of the Southern California Regional of the CIF State Division I Basketball Championships was just another walkover for top-seeded host Mater Dei High in its march...
  • So, Smith set for NCAAs

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Yumi So (Crescenta Valley High, 2009) junior, USC women's swimming and diving: So and the seventh-ranked Trojans are set to compete in the 2012 NCAA Championships today through Saturday...
  • Daniels makes NCAA debut

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. DeAndre Daniels (Renaissance Academy) freshman, Connecticut men's basketball: Daniels logged two minutes of court time in his NCAA Tournament debut, which saw the defending-champion...
  • DeGuzman, Cooke are top Cats

    DeGuzman, Cooke are top Cats
    Exhausted from partaking in nine playoff games in less than five weeks, Vince De Guzman reflected on a historical season in which the Renaissance Academy basketball team won the CIF Southern Section Division VI championship. The Wildcats nearly...
  • Nick Dragovich holding his own with Chapman University

    Nick Dragovich holding his own with Chapman University
    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Nick Dragovich (Crescenta Valley High, 2010) junior forward, Chapman University men’s basketball: Dragovich has fit in nicely, providing depth off the bench for the Panthers. His...
  • St. Francis basketball comes up short against Crespi

    LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE — Halfway through the first quarter of its Mission League contest Wednesday night, it appeared the St. Francis High basketball team had things in control against Crespi. The Golden Knights got the start they wanted by running...
  • Crescenta Valley basketball dismantles Hoover

    LA CRESCENTA — No matter where a Hoover High boys' basketball player stood on the court, they rarely appeared comfortable being guarded by Crescenta Valley. Passes were deflected or stolen and shots were sometimes altered. It translated into...
  • Crescenta Valley boys' soccer ready to begin road to repeat

    Crescenta Valley boys' soccer ready to begin road to repeat
    The following are playoff previews of Friday's events involving local teams. BOYS' SOCCER Crescenta Valley at Placentia Valencia, 5 p.m.: After winning the CIF Southern Section Division IV championship last season, the Falcons will try to win a Division...
  • Kenyatta Smith standing tall for Harvard

    Kenyatta Smith standing tall for Harvard
    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Kenyatta Smith (Flintridge Prep, 2011) Harvard basketball sophomore: Smith was arguably the most monumental presence in Flintridge Prep basketball lore, leading the Rebels to the...
  • Playoff pushes, matches in mind for Glendale area boys' volleyball squads

    Playoff pushes, matches in mind for Glendale area boys' volleyball squads
    A rash of graduations from last year's top-two local boys' volleyball teams has Crescenta Valley and St. Francis highs wondering how they can match 2012 — one of the best campaigns in each program's history — in 2013. After missing out on the...
  • Nick Springer plans transfer from Crescenta Valley to Maranatha

    Nick Springer plans transfer from Crescenta Valley to Maranatha
    After falling just shy of a Pacific League championship the past three years, one could argue the Crescenta Valley High boys' basketball team would be the early favorite heading into the 2014 season. The league found itself in a wave of change this...
  • Learning the job, day and night

    Learning the job, day and night
    Nikolas Rhodes considers himself a night owl. He doesn't plan on that changing. In the middle of the night in the heart of the San Fernando Valley for the past year, Rhodes has often visited a 24-hour gym in Northridge. Instead of lifting weights or...