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  • JAMES RILEY CROSS

    JAMES RILEY CROSS age 78 James (Jim) Riley Cross, passed away February 7, 2011, after suffering from pneumonia and a four year history of multiple medical complications.   Jim was born May 2, 1932 in Camden, Arkansas, number twelve of fourteen...
  • Smith's stellar season leads to All-CIF first-team honor

    GLENDALE — Kenyatta Smith had a most memorable winter season, culminating with him leading the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team to a CIF Southern Section Division 5-AA title. Since the championship run spilled over into the beginning of the...
  • A plunge worth taking

    A plunge worth taking
    Most of the times Kristina Terzyan walked past the aquatics venue on the Glendale High campus three years ago, she could hear whistles blowing and a crowd cheering. It piqued her interest. Terzyan entered the pool deck, watched a sport she never knew...
  • Cougars come up short

    GLENDALE — Under first-year Coach Stephen Nelson, the Glendale Adventist Academy girls' basketball team advanced to the postseason by finishing third in the Liberty League. Steady defensive play late in the regular season helped the Cougars punch...
  • Nitros girls take step forward in newest athletic program

    GLENDALE — When the Glendale High girls' lacrosse team entered its first season as a CIF-sanctioned team, Coach Joe Campbell had no idea what he would be getting from his cast of players. It turned out the Nitros didn't win any matches, mostly...
  • Bears roar to life with rally

    Bears roar to life with rally
    LA CRESCENTA — It was improbable, it was shocking and it was timely. Heading into the top of the seventh inning, the Jewel City Bears Junior Baseball team seemed like it would be dispatched and have its season ended by a relief pitcher who just...
  • Prep triples up on Tigers

    SOUTH PASADENA — By the end of the 2010-11 season, it was no secret what the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team's main strength was — three-point shooting. While they sometimes live and die by the three, when the shots are falling, the...
  • Glendale's Kostelnik goes out on top at Nike Nationals

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. KOSTELNIK MAKES LAST RUN WITH CUBS Glendale resident Philip Kostelnik recently graduated from Loyola High, but was able to take to the track as a Cub once more for some...
  • Cats close out strong

    BURBANK — Nobody could seem to hit a shot from the field for the Renaissance Academy boys' basketball team in the first quarter of Tuesday's Burbank High Summer League game against Sherman Oaks Center for Enriched Studies. By the end of the game,...
  • Flintridge Prep flexes No. 1 might

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Ten minutes. That's how long it took the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team to send a resounding message to the rest of the teams in the CIF Southern Section Division 5-AA playoffs. In the first 10 minutes of Wednesday'...
  • Fundamentals with the Falcons

    Fundamentals with the Falcons
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Never underestimate the motivating power of Gatorade on a hot summer day. With each victory in a competition or heads-up play performed in a drill, the attendants of the second annual Falcons Summer Baseball Camp would...
  • An All-Star nine for Angelenos

    An All-Star nine for Angelenos
    GLENDALE — Stengel Field will be the home of the 2011 California Collegiate League All-Star game and the team that calls the venerable ballpark home the rest of the summer — the Glendale Angelenos — will be well-represented at the July...