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  • Harbor League names Cats' Cantinol MVP

    GLENDALE — As the newest residents in the Harbor League this season, it didn't take long for Jessy Cantinol and his Renaissance Academy basketball teammates to make themselves feel right at home. With Cantinol leading the way, the Wildcats, who had...
  • Storms lead to area postponements

    GLENDALE — Glendale High Athletic Director Pat Lancaster took a short walk from his classroom to the school's baseball field Friday morning to check on the condition of the venue. He wasn't surprised by what he saw after a steady rain pelted the...
  • Organizations: Women of heart will be honored

    The YWCA of Glendale is having its 14th annual Legacy Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at The Castaway Restaurant in Burbank. This year’s luncheon will honor five women with the Heart & Excellence Awards and two high school seniors with...
  • Cougars can't make a dent against neighbor Pioneers

    BURBANK — The Glendale Adventist Academy boys' volleyball team is finding the going a little rough since joining the Liberty League this season. With two losses to start the league campaign, the Cougars faced another tough task in the form of...
  • Alvie Reuben Partlow

    Alvie Reuben Partlow   Alvie Reuben Partlow was born February 26, 1921, in Kansas, Illinois, and went to be with the Lord on March 29, 2011.   Alvie loved sports and was co-captain of his high school football team, as well as lettering in...
  • Players looking to raise their game

    GLENDALE — In a recent practice session at Altadena Golf Course, Flintridge Prep boys' golf Coach Bob Loughrie played several holes with budding standout Jack Bouchard. While going from hole to hole, Loughrie, who will begin his 25th season in...
  • Falcons ready for Babe Herman return

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BABE HERMAN TOURNAMENT SET The 43rd installment of the Babe Herman Tournament will begin Saturday simultaneously at Stengel Field and Oak Park High. Ten high school baseball...
  • Golden Knights done in, 3-2

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — It was a brilliant beginning and a sensational ending. But in between the showcase of St. Francis High soccer skill came a span in which visiting San Clemente was a bit too much to stop, scoring three straight goals, and...
  • Tologs reap rewards of Mission League title

    GLENDALE — The CIF Southern Section and Southern California Regional playoffs held some of the toughest matches the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team played all season. The nonleague portion of the Tologs' season was no cakewalk either....
  • Tologs stay on course to defend league title

    GLENDALE — Since losing to Louisville High earlier this season, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimming team has maintained a must-win mentality. There's no alternative for the Tologs if they want to claim a piece of the Mission League...
  • Rebels trade rallies to win

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — After his team squandered a nine-run lead, Flintridge Prep baseball Coach Buzz Cook didn't have much to say. Instead, Cook left it for the Rebels to figure out the reason for his silence. Flintridge Prep did in the nick of...
  • Sacred Heart's splendid savior

    Sacred Heart's splendid savior
    With a season and a first-ever CIF championship appearance on the line, Natalie Zeenni was there. Once more, with the stakes and the stage at an even higher level in the CIF Southern Section Division I championship, Natalie Zeenni was there — on...