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  • 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,...
  • CV prepares for latest clash with Poly

    LA CRESCENTA — For the boys' water polo teams from Crescenta Valley High and Pasadena Poly, meeting up in the CIF playoffs has become as much an annual rite of fall as the turning of the leaves in recent seasons. The top-seeded Falcons and the...
  • CV stumped by Poly

    CV stumped by Poly
    WALNUT — For about two minutes of Wednesday night's CIF Southern Section Division V semifinal match, it looked like the Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo team might just be up for a comeback as improbable as the nearly 20 minutes of offensive...
  • CV too much for La Canada

    LA CRESCENTA — Displaying its considerable depth in Thursday's 25-3 season-opening nonleague win over La CaƱada High, the Crescenta Valley girls' water polo team got goals from 12 players. "It's encouraging to see, this is a deep, deep team," said...
  • 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...
  • Falcons face tough foe in semifinals

    GLENDALE — Although the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team was fortunate enough to land in the opposite bracket as that of the CIF Southern Section Division V No. 1 seed, the second-seeded Temescal Canyon team the Falcons (27-3) will...