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  • Tologs fare well at prelims

    SWIMMING Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in Mission League prelims: A slew of Tologs fared well Monday in the prelims at L.A. Valley College and will next compete in the finals at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the same venue. In the 200-yard medley relay, Meg...
  • Knights stay in playoff hunt

    BOYS' VOLLEYBALL St. Francis 3, Chaminade 2: St. Francis staved off elimination from playoff contention with a dramatic 26-24, 24-26, 22-25, 25-23, 15-7 victory Tuesday. Kenny Leaven keyed a team effort with nine blocks to go with three kills for...
  • Eugenio comes up big for Rebels

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Surrounded by a throng of ardent fans inside the chilly La Cañada High gymnasium on a rainy Friday night, Flintridge Prep boys' basketball player Jared Norsworthy offered an observation on Jedrick Eugenio. "Jedrick's first...
  • Congratulations

    Ticktockers honored at Senior Presentation Sixteen Ticktockers of National Charity League, Burbank Chapter, were recognized for their six years of community service during the annual Senior Presentation at the Biltmore hotel in Los Angeles. Over the...
  • Keeping GCC on course

    Playing on his home course of fabled Oakmont Country Club, Brennan Amirkhizi realized that golf isn't a perfect game. With that in mind, Amirkhizi needed to keep his emotions in check while tackling the nuances of the renovated course during a Western...
  • Rebels draw trip to Laguna Blanca

    GLENDALE — Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball Coach Sean Beattie was relatively certain that his Rebels would find themselves in a wild-card match on Monday. He even made sure to call a practice for Saturday to have his team as prepared as possible....
  • Tologs make it a winter to remember

    Tologs make it a winter to remember
    GLENDALE — Editor's Note: The following is a recap of the 2010 local sports scene from the winter and spring seasons. Plenty of championships were won throughout the first half of the 2010 sports year. They came in the form of team and...
  • Marching down a solid path

    Marching down a solid path
    Several area Girl Scouts are seeing a longtime dream come true today as participants in the Pasadena Tournament of Roses Parade. The young women have all received their Gold Award, the organization’s highest in honor, qualifying them for the...
  • New camp showcases the need for speed

    LA CRESCENTA — As the old saying goes, you can't teach speed. Mark Evans would humbly beg to differ. The veteran Crescenta Valley High cross-country and track and field coach and his son, Chris, who coaches varsity cross-country track at...
  • Mailbag: Hoover High has plenty of school spirit

    After reading Dan Kimber's column of Aug. 13 titled "Athletics can be 'touchy' subject,'" I can't help but wonder if he was at the last Hoover High School football game. The many in attendance would probably have a contrary opinion about his assertion...
  • Neighbors invited to community forum

    Parents, educators, students and interested community members from Glendale, Burbank, Pasadena, South Pasadena and surrounding communities are invited to a Community Forum on Public Education from 9 a.m. to noon Jan. 29 at the Pacific Community Center,...
  • A little girl with a big voice

    Eight-year-old Dana Ryan has never had a problem performing with people watching. All eyes will be on Dana at Friday night’s Crescenta Valley High School boys’ basketball game. Dana will get the ball rolling at 7 p.m. by singing the...