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  • CV keeps fighting against physical foe

    WALNUT — With its season and a shot at a championship on the line, the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team faced off with a bully on Wednesday night. What made Temescal Canyon so intimidating wasn't dirty play or cheap shots, but rather...
  • Falcons run out of time

    Falcons run out of time
    WALNUT — While the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team's opponent on Wednesday night, Temescal Canyon, proved itself every bit worthy of its No. 2 seed and the finals berth it now owns in the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs, one...
  • No. 1 Falcons, No. 6 Nitros set for showdown

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. WATER POLO TEAMS EARN CIF RANKINGS On the eve of the key Pacific League boys' water polo match between Crescenta Valley High and Glendale, both teams maintained their CIF...
  • Falcons take over in 2nd half

    Falcons take over in 2nd half
    BURBANK — As two of the top boys' water polo teams in the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley High and Glendale may very well meet again this season with a league title on the line should both squads advance to the finals of the championship tournament...
  • Tornadoes topple Burroughs

    Tornadoes topple Burroughs
    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — For the second straight season, the Hoover High boys' water polo team needed a bounce-back game and, unfortunately for the Burroughs Indians, they were there once again for the Tornadoes to rebound against. Less than a week...
  • Making a speedy transition

    Making a speedy transition
    In search of new prospects last spring, Louis Wojciechowski followed the riches of competition that only Southern California could offer. Six months later, its Crescenta Valley's water polo program that has struck gold. Fresh off claiming a state...
  • Paladini one of league's best once more

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. PALADINI TABBED WITH HONOR St. Francis High graduate Daniel Paladini and the Carolina RailHawks are still vying for a United States Soccer Federation D-2 championship. But...
  • CV lacks focus in win

    PASADENA — For most of Tuesday's nonleague match against Walnut High at Pasadena City College, the members of the Crescenta Valley boys' water polo team looked as if their minds were elsewhere. Their normally dependable scoring was certainly...
  • Nitros turn back Tornadoes

    Nitros turn back Tornadoes
    NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Cole Veloz might not draw a harder assignment than the one that was given to him Wednesday afternoon. Without hesitation, the Glendale High boys' water polo player gladly rose to the task at hand and helped his team pick up...
  • Nitros able to hold Hoover

    Nitros able to hold Hoover
    BURBANK — With a few signature jaw-dropping moves sprinkled into Tuesday's Pacific League Tournament opener at Burbank High, Hoover High's Hakop Kaplanyan reaffirmed his status as the most explosive individual force in area boys' water polo, but...
  • CV stands alone in league

    CV stands alone in league
    BURBANK — In defending its Pacific League title, the Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo team was kept on the defensive by Glendale for much of Thursday's league championship tournament final at Burbank High. And, while the Falcons never...
  • Poly calls a halt to Hoover

    PASADENA — For much of the season, Hoover High boys' water polo Coach Ara Oganesyan's approach has been to emphasize team play over relying on the contributions of one player — even when that one player is standout Hakop Kaplanyan. Arguably,...