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  • Sports Roundup: Ronda Rousey announces UFC debut, Caltech snaps 55-game losing streak, Bell-Jeff wins at the Staples Center plus league honors and milestones for local athletes

    Sports Roundup: Ronda Rousey announces UFC debut, Caltech snaps 55-game losing streak, Bell-Jeff wins at the Staples Center plus league honors and milestones for local athletes
    Congratulations are in order this week, as several local athletes throughout the San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys--from the professionals right down to the high schoolers--achieved major milestones or received league honors. Let's start with the...
  • Disappointing final chapter for Crescenta Valley High swimming seniors

    Disappointing final chapter for Crescenta Valley High swimming seniors
    RIVERSIDE — There’s little the Crescenta Valley High boys’ swimming team was unable to accomplish during the high school careers of Young Tae Seo and Harrison Thai. One thing the Falcons and their two standout seniors couldn’t do,...
  • Donations roll in for conned Taix waitress

    Donations roll in for conned Taix waitress
    An outpouring of public support has generated roughly $4,000 for 81-year-old Antonia Becerra, who was close to retiring after working 44 years as a waitress before losing her life savings to an overseas scam, police said. From a high school sports...
  • Hard homecoming for Hoover's Andrew Policky

    Hard homecoming for Hoover's <b>Andrew Policky</b>
    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE —- The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 70th year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the fifth meeting of the year. APACHES GIVE NO QUARTER TO ALUM It was with great anticipation...
  • Teams are outclassed in current league

    The handwriting is on the wall for the athletics folks at Glendale and Hoover high schools. This concerns only the football programs at the two schools. Both schools should move to an easier and more manageable football league as they are clearly...
  • Glendale firefighters rout police in basketball charity game

    Glendale firefighters rout police in basketball charity game
    Glendale firefighters successfully defended their basketball championship title on Sunday, outscoring police 58-33. A three-point shot from the Glendale Fire Department at the buzzer ended the third annual Hoop Heroes Basketball Championship Game at...
  • Ted Bass April 15, 1931 - January 1, 2013

    Ted Bass April 15, 1931 - January 1, 2013
    Ted passed on New Year’s Day after watching his Lakers with family around him. He was born in Fayetteville, N.C. to Claude and Nell Bass. Ted loved sports. In High School, he was the Quarterback on his Steadman Rams Football team and played...
  • GCC football stalls out of gate in home defeat

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Glendale Community College was very happy to see Collin Keoshian return to the field for its American Division Pacific Conference football game against Santa Barbara in this year’s installment of “The Battle of the...
  • Falcons staged classic CIF comeback win for top game

    Falcons staged classic CIF comeback win for top game
    The top 10 high school games from the 2011-12 season were selected by the sports writers of the Glendale News-Press. 1 Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer defeats Salesian in overtime, 3-2, Feb. 23 The Falcons' thrill ride to their first-ever CIF...
  • A carnival of characters, each with a story to tell

    A carnival of characters, each with a story to tell
    There are painted warriors and hitmen, tattooed tough guys and brawling body builders. Some are fat, some are skinny, some are chiseled and even more are somewhere in between. Super heroes and villains, dastardly heels and bravado-brimming babyfaces,...
  • Running down a dream

    Running down a dream
    Collin Keoshian’s football career appeared to be on the fast track when he was recruited as a scholarship player by then top-25-ranked Brigham Young University out of high school in 2010, but the two-year path that has led the burly tailback to...
  • Tornadoes set for Rams

    Tornadoes set for Rams
    The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. With the Hoover High football team having won its first two games of the season for the first time since 2005, second-year Tornadoes Coach Andrew Policky said he...