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  • Rustlers' defense a challenge for Vaqs

    After his team's 2011 season opener, Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome said his team made enough mistakes in the game to fill an entire season. Pasadena City took advantage of enough of the Vaqueros' errors to post a 49-28 victory...
  • East L.A. gives Glendale the slip

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE - He says his team has been working on its tackling issues all season. It just hasn’t been able to fix its problems.            Glendale Community College football Coach John Rome was left searching for answers to his team&...
  • Tolog triumph gets top spot

    Tolog triumph gets top spot
    Between the championship exploits of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer and Flintridge Prep boys' basketball, the ascent to state heights by a host of Glendale Community College teams and several local names popping up on the national level, 2011...
  • Rain washes away Sacred Heart senior night

    The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. RAIN POSTPONES LOCAL EVENTS Several soccer matches were postponed Monday because of rain. A Mission League girls' soccer match between rivals Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Harvard-...
  • Vaqs in search of first victory

    In its first three outings, the Glendale Community College football team has yielded 43.3 points per game. The numbers are staggering, leaving Vaqueros Coach John Rome perplexed. Things don't figure to get any easier when Glendale hosts Allan Hancock in...
  • Ready to hit the mat

    For those who have championed the idea for years, getting a wrestling team established at Hoover High has been a slippery proposition to pin down, until now. Longtime Hoover teacher and assistant football coach Mark Bitetti has made prior attempts to...
  • Ron Kaye: Big city, small city

    This tale of two treasures of the greater Los Angeles area — two National Historic Landmarks, two venerable stadiums built at the same time 90 years ago — says a lot about the role of politics and leadership in determining the fate of our...
  • Vaqs back on road

    Without its starting quarterback Kevin Hunter available, the Glendale Community College football team's offense figures to be at a disadvantage when it takes on host Los Angeles Valley College at 6 p.m. today in its Pacific Conference American Division...
  • Ground-bound Vaqs fall short of comeback

    With no reliable passing option at quarterback, the Glendale Community College football team turned to its steady ground attack to try and mount a comeback against L.A. Valley College in its Pacific Conference American Division opener on Saturday night....
  • Another nightmare for Reid's 'Dream Team'

    The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. EAGLES SQUANDER LEAD AGAINST 49ERS Sports talk radio in and news media in Philadelphia generated plenty of negative buzz Monday, following the Philadelphia Eagles — considered a Super...
  • Sellers strives against the best

    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Nathan Sellers (Crescenta Valley High, 2006) senior, Adams State College cross-country: Running among a field rife with NCAA Division I competition, the former Falcons and Glendale...
  • First win in cards for Vaqs or Brahmas

    Just when the Glendale Community College football team thought its season couldn't get anymore unpredictable, it did. The Vaqueros aren't sure when their starting quarterback will return, if at all. Then a scheduling quirk will find the Vaqueros on the...