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  • Paladini looks to catch Fire

    Paladini looks to catch Fire
    Having admirably excelled as a forward at the high school level before becoming a top-flight midfielder/forward in college, Daniel Paladini ultimately hoped his impressive body of work would lead to a professional soccer career. While playing for the St....
  • Tripping the dance mat fantastic

    A 2008 Crescenta Valley High graduate has been nationally recognized for her work in developing an interactive game that encourages senior citizens to exercise by dancing. Sarah Ferraro, now a junior at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, has been...
  • Tologs, Knights open up victorious

    NORTH HOLLYWOOD — For a season-opening meet, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High track and field teams couldn't have asked for a better start and finish. The Tologs and Golden Knights began their seasons on the road Thursday...
  • Falcons feeling good about title run

    GLENDALE — The amount of success the Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming team has progressively enjoyed at the CIF level over the past couple of seasons hasn't placated the Falcons at all. They want more. In fact, they want it all. "They want...
  • Sacred Heart moving on with new class

    GLENDALE — There are quite a few changes from last season, as it relates to the area's girls' swimming scene. Two of the area's finest individual talents, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Andrea Kropp and Glendale's Katalina Sher, are no longer...
  • Knights turn back Rebels

    Knights turn back Rebels
    LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE — St. Francis High volleyball Coach Mark Frazee received a text message from Nick De Cesare on Wednesday morning, leaving Frazee in good spirits leading up to the annual nonleague match against neighbor Flintridge Prep. De...
  • Sights set higher for locals

    GLENDALE — With nary a league title or a playoff win among local softball teams a season ago, the 2011 season that opens today will be one in which improvement is sought across the board. Crescenta Valley High, the area's most storied program,...
  • Spotlight bound to find Meaglia

    Spotlight bound to find Meaglia
    On a team decorated with national rankings and CIF glory, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team boasts a star-studded cast. The likes of Katie Johnson, Natalie Zeenni, Breeana Koemans, Tera Trujillo, Alexa Montgomery and on and on have been...
  • Tologs ready to tackle biggest goal

    GLENDALE — In little more than a year, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team has captured a Mission League title and a CIF Southern California Division III Regional Championships plaque. But, as impressive as the conquests of this...
  • Ohara sticks to his guns in victory

    Ohara sticks to his guns in victory
    SANTA ANA — The gamble paid off for the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team at a time when Coach Garrett Ohara might have been second-guessed during a critical point of Saturday's CIF Southern Section Division V-AA championship game. Ohara...
  • Worthy inspiration for Rebels

    Worthy inspiration for Rebels
    One sign of a complete player is consistently getting it done on both ends of the court. In the case of the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team, it's got that type of playmaker in senior forward Jared Norsworthy. Norsworthy, a senior forward, will...
  • Rebels ready to make history

    GLENDALE — As the No. 1 seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 5-AA playoffs, the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team could be widely considered to be the favorite going up against Muir in the division championship game today at 6 p.m. at Mater...