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  • Knights look to stop slide

    Knights look to stop slide
    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Three straight losses have put the St. Francis High football team in a precarious position as it plays host to Chaminade, the No. 2 team in the...
  • Brotherly battle strengthens bonds

    What Kyle McDonald and Jordan Whaley have gone through together since spring football practices began could probably put a strain on most friendships. After all, their competition for the opportunity to spend their senior year as the Flintridge Prep...
  • Prep still searching for first victory as it faces rival

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. With a win likely mandatory to stay in playoff contention and the Rebels' biggest rival standing in the way, there figures to be no shortage of...
  • Poly too quick for Prep

    Poly too quick for Prep
    SOUTH PASADENA — Practicing against speed is one thing. Trying to contain a quick team proved to be another. For the members of the Flintridge Prep football team, they had no answer in stopping a steady running attack by chief Prep League rival...
  • Prep gets back to the top

    Prep gets back to the top
    WOODLAND HILLS — After its 16-year reign as Prep League champion came to an unexpected halt last season, the Flintridge Prep boys' cross-country team needed to regroup. Instead of stewing, the Rebels opted to get back to the basics with the mind...
  • For Falcons, it's do or die against Dogs

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games. With two Pacific League game left, there's still time for the Crescenta Valley High football team to salvage a season gone south. Forty-eight minutes, to be...
  • Rebels break through for first victory

    CALABASAS — This was one that wouldn't slip away late. The Flintridge Prep football team, whose second-half struggles this season have seen it lose leads and games late and even settle for a tie in one contest, made sure to vanquish Prep League...
  • Rebels pull Nitros' card

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Flintridge Prep girls' tennis team is likely to go as far in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs as it singles players can take it, but the kind of overall balance the Rebels displayed in Tuesday's 11-7 wild-card...
  • Locals learn matchups

    GLENDALE — Though the schools are located less than 10 miles apart, neither the Glendale High or Flintridge Prep girls' tennis teams are familiar with one another. That will change significantly today after the CIF office unveiled its playoff...
  • Taken For Granted: Historian's writings mirror today's understanding of war

    Taken For Granted: Historian's writings mirror today's understanding of war
    The quaint lakeside township of Benzonia is the birthplace of noted civil war historian Bruce Catton. His favorite place to write was a summer home perched on a bluff overlooking the sparkling waters of Crystal Lake. A glance to the north offered a...
  • Knights win and they're in

    GLENDALE — A familiar situation faces the St. Francis High football team this week. Just as was the case in the two weeks prior, the Golden Knights find themselves facing a Mission League foe with a victory needed to assure itself an automatic...
  • Rebels enjoy singles scene in Mission Viejo

    GLENDALE — Throughout the regular season, the Flintridge Prep girls' tennis team never ignored its main strength — a formidable singles lineup capable of leading the way to victory. Flintridge Prep Coach Ron Catano doesn't have any...