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  • Hoover can't keep pace

    BURBANK — It was simple equation that explained the Hoover High girls' water polo team's 14-4 loss to Alemany in the Burbank High Tournament on Saturday — the more the Tornadoes' fatigue mounted up, the bigger the deficit got. Hoover Coach...
  • Bernetsyan gets top billing at ballroom

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. BERNETSYAN TO DANCE AT BALLROOM Rookie boxer Artur "The Punisher" Bernetsyan will look to close out his impressive initial pro campaign when he headlines the "Battle in...
  • Sellers, Adams win NCAA Division II championship

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes in college. Nathan Sellers (Crescenta Valley High, 2006) junior, Adams State College cross-country: During his historic run as a Crescenta Valley High senior, Sellers left his mark as an...
  • Falcons pull out another close one against rival Tigers

    GLENDALE — With just three days elapsed since the teams' last meeting, the South Pasadena High girls' water polo team didn't have to wait long to get another crack at Crescenta Valley. Unfortunately for the Tigers, Wednesday's nonleague match at...
  • New look suits Tornadoes just fine

    ARCADIA — With a marked emphasis on team play, Coach Ara Oganesyan's new-look Hoover High boys' water polo team unveiled its new approach within the confines of Pacific League play. So far so good, as the Tornadoes stifled host Arcadia, 14-8, in...
  • Prep puts up a fight

    LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE — While a win over Prep League-foe La Salle High wasn't to be on Wednesday afternoon, the Flintridge Prep boys' water polo team was able to tread water long enough to keep the league opener for both teams interesting for more...
  • Gigantic feat for former Vaquero

    GLENDALE — Editor's Note: The following is a recap of the 2010 local sports scene from the summer and fall seasons. The second half of 2010 brought numerous headlines, ranging from a former Glendale Community College baseball standout helping the...
  • 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...
  • Card dealt league's top honor

    It doesn't happen very often that a player on a team that finished fourth in league earns the league's top honor. Although the Burbank High girls' water polo team didn't place among the top three in the Pacific League this past season, a Bulldogs player...
  • Fraisse, Ingalla lead All-CIF Falcons

    Fraisse, Ingalla lead All-CIF Falcons
    GLENDALE — Having marched its way into the semifinal round of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs, it was perhaps with little surprise that the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo squad found itself decorated with a handful of All-CIF...
  • Guards bring out best in St. Francis

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. TWO KNIGHTS GRAB ALL-LEAGUE HONORS Playing against the best in Mission League games brought out the best in St. Francis High basketball players Emerson Castaneda and Zach...