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  • Falcons, Nitros await showdown

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Pacific League football might be kicking off this week, but for some teams it's already likely make-or-break time. When Crescenta Valley High...
  • Something new for Prep

    GLENDALE — Only one matchup on the Flintridge Prep football team's 2010 nine-game schedule is different from its 2009 slate, a second-week meeting with Grace Brethren, which replaced Villanova Prep. First-year Prep Coach Antonio Harrison's...
  • Mailbag: Ramani has done nothing wrong

    As the volunteer campaign treasurer for Sunder Ramani for Assembly, I am troubled by the glaring headlines about Sunder's campaign and the Fair Political Practices Commission investigation for alleged procedural reporting violations ("Probe targets Ramani...
  • Rebels clamp down on Knights

    Rebels clamp down on Knights
    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — It started as an ordinary summer league boys' basketball game in Flintridge Prep's two-day tournament. It turned into an intense contest that had the feel of a postseason showdown. Flintridge Prep and St. Francis took...
  • Rebels fall to rival Panthers

    Rebels fall to rival Panthers
     Whether he sat on the bench or paced while cradling his clipboard, Flintridge Prep girls' volleyball Coach Sean Beattie sensed something unusual. While piling up victories throughout the first several weeks of the season, Beattie watched the Rebels use...
  • Prep puts up a fight

    LA CAÑADA 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...
  • Rebels turn it up a notch

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — At the 10-match mark, Flintridge Prep girls' tennis Coach Ron Catano couldn't have asked for a better start to the season. Armed with a balanced lineup, highlighted by a strong singles trio, the Rebels have yet to show any...
  • Rebels looking to turn things around

    GLENDALE — With a chill in the air and a light mist falling, the members of the Flintridge Prep football team went back to the basics during a recent practice. The Rebels did so differently, knowing they weren't going to compete in a game over the...
  • Rebels can't reel in big one in league opener

    Rebels can't reel in big one in league opener
    LOS ANGELES — Over the course of the nonleague portion of the season in which the Flintridge Prep football team failed to win a game, there was more than one Friday night where the Rebels felt they had let an opponent off the hook. In the Prep...
  • 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...
  • Nitros get best of Rebels

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Without the towering presence of Flintridge Prep boys' basketball player Kenyatta Smith in the middle plugging the lane, Glendale High had a quick plan of action. With the 6-foot-7 Smith, a senior center, hobbled by...
  • 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...