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  • Falcons tied up once again

    LA CRESCENTA — With rain rarely relenting and the ball speeding up, stopping and switching at an unpredictable rate, when Crescenta Valley High's girls' soccer team hosted Burroughs, the Pacific League match quickly became one in which anything...
  • Crashing goes a long way for Glendale

    SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — During a recent practice, the members of the Glendale High girls' soccer team spent some time working on attacking the net for potential rebounds. The idea behind the strategy was simple — crash the net and a rebound...
  • Russell keys Rebels' 2-1 tournament victory

    LA CAŅADA FLINTRIDGE — Another game's worth of experience with a new defensive system and the offensive ingenuity of David Russell combined on Tuesday afternoon to get the Flintridge Prep boys' soccer team back into the win column. Russell scored...
  • Tologs running on high

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — A blinding late-afternoon sun wasn't going to deter Tera Trujillo from doing her job. As far as Trujillo is concerned, it's part of the territory when competing. In fact, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer player said...
  • Tologs topple Los Tacos field

    Tologs topple Los Tacos field
    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Since the inception of the Los Tacos Holiday Festival, two teams have virtually dominated. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and La Salle High have combined to win or share the tournament title every season since the event...
  • Rebels get revenge, tournament crown

    GLENDALE — A one-goal halftime lead didn't figure to be enough, so the members of the Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team planned to raise their level of play in their quest for a tournament title. It's the style of play the Rebels adhere to under...
  • 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...
  • Soccer on wheels at GCC

    Athletes booted balls past the goalie and hounded one another into the corners of Verdugo Gym in a series of fierce matches at Glendale Community College this weekend, but this was no ordinary sports event. The college hosted its first-ever Glendale...
  • Hirsh picks up International accolade

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on area athletes playing minor league baseball. Jason Hirsh (St. Francis High, 2000) Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees pitcher: The right-hander and California Lutheran University graduate has recently come up big...
  • Showing her net worth

    No matter the time or place, Ayana Sumiyasu doesn't often take a break from playing soccer. It's customary procedure for Sumiyasu to strap on the gloves and protect the net while playing goalkeeper for the Yale University women's soccer program. She's...
  • Must be something in the water

    Must be something in the water
    The top high school coaches from the 2009-10 season were selected by the sportswriters of the Glendale News-Press. 1 Jan Sakonju, Crescenta Valley boys' water polo and boys' swimming: After winning two league titles and a CIF crown in 2008-09, Sakonju...
  • Assemblyman fights for life-saving bill

    Jordan Serwin was 2 when his parents learned the La Caņada Flintridge boy had leukemia. He was 6 when an unusual treatment, a transplant of blood cells from an umbilical cord and placenta of a woman in New York, stopped the disease and set his life on a...