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  • Rebels run into CIF roadblock

    LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE — While visible in a few brief flashes, the full force of the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team's offense just couldn't break through the tall trees of Paso Robles. Despite weathering long stretches without scoring, the...
  • Troop presents its first Eagle awards

    Troop presents its first Eagle awards
    A local Boy Scout troop on Sunday celebrated the first time scouts from that troop have achieved the rank of Eagle Scout. An Eagle Court of Honor event was hosted for Boy Scouts Armen Ter-Zakarian and Matthew Diradoorian. Diradoorian and Ter-...
  • Tologs a win away from D1 finals

    GLENDALE — Once more into the semifinals, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's soccer team finds itself setting out for a destination that is similar and an outcome that is every bit the opposite. A season ago, the Tologs found their CIF Southern...
  • Aiming for the sports mic

    Aiming for the sports mic
    Ten years after graduating from Crescenta Valley High School, Matthew Sizemore had a dream to reclaim. Dressed in a suit and tie, he took his place in line at Casino Morongo on a November morning, behind dozens of others chasing the same dream. He was one...
  • Locals eager for first gun

    GLENDALE — From sprints to relays and jumps to vaults, the five local boys' track and field teams appear to have their bases covered. With the first starter's pistol set to go off Thursday, the athletes are ready to step to the starting line and...
  • Expectations high for FSHA

    GLENDALE — A few years ago, the numbers weren't too promising surrounding the state of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy track and field program. In 2007, the Tologs fielded just 15 varsity athletes. Meet losses piled up, forcing the coaching...
  • Conti comes through

    ANAHEIM — Coming off the bench amid the pressure cooker of a sudden death overtime to decide a tense scoreless soccer match with a championship berth on the line wasn't so much a challenge for Alyssa Conti as it was a reward. The Flintridge Sacred...
  • Rebels pull away in second half

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The approximately 45 minutes for which the Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team's playoff opener remained tied made Wednesday's CIF Southern Section Division III match with visiting Diamond Bar look closer than it really ever was....
  • Slugger returns to Stengel

    Slugger returns to Stengel
    During his college baseball career, Chad Nacapoy has spent defensive innings shifting his weight between pitches in the outfield or taking in the action from the dugout as a designated hitter, but for the former Crescenta Valley High backstop, neither can...
  • Forfeit can't fade CV squad

    TUJUNGA — This time, it's official. Just one day after Crescenta Valley's one-run victory over Burbank in the District 16 Junior Baseball championship game was protested and nullified on the grounds Crescenta Valley used an ineligible player, the...
  • CCL stars set to come out at Stengel

    GLENDALE — Glendale Angelenos Coach Tony Riviera can sense the buzz leading up to the third annual California Collegiate League All-Star Game. The best that the CCL has to offer will flock to venerable Stengel Field, where there will be plenty of...
  • Cats get past HW, 67-40

    BURBANK — Looking to at least duplicate last season's successful run to the CIF Southern Section Division V-A quarterfinals, the Renaissance Academy boys' basketball team has scheduled stiff competition during the summer league. Quality programs...