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  • Rebels sour in second half

    MOORPARK — The game film will be queued up first thing today and Flintridge Prep first-year football Coach Antonio Harrison will have plenty to say to his players. Harrison's first issue will likely focus on the Rebels' inability to tackle. It...
  • Rebels have mixed results

    LA CRESCENTA — It's likely an accurate assessment to say both the Flintridge Prep girls' and boys' cross-country squads are rebuilding. But while the girls' squad is looking at expectations of simply improving while laying the foundation of a very...
  • Taking his career to the bank

    Taking his career to the bank
    In 1950, 17-year-old Bruce Corbin went looking for a job because he, like most teenagers, needed pocket change. Without having any career in mind, he ventured outside Glendale to Downtown Los Angeles, where he happened to walk into Union Bank and apply...
  • Kanda taking the next step

    Before the sun is all the way up, Brett Kanda is hard at work on the golf course. By the time the blazing mid-morning desert heat begins to scorch Las Vegas, he's already off the links and headed to the gym, a daily regimen that has become the norm...
  • Nitros hope familiar foe yields a victory

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games this week. Like Hoover High and Flintridge Prep heading into this week, Glendale's football team is still searching for its first win of the season....
  • Rebels go distance to best Gauls

    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — According to Sean Beattie, life in the Prep League doesn't figure to be easy this season. The veteran Flintridge Prep girls' volleyball coach drew that conclusion Thursday night after the host Rebels escaped with a league-...
  • Same troubles stop Rebs

    SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — Bouts of inconsistency with defense and pitching lingered throughout the regular season for the Flintridge Prep baseball team. The Rebels went into the postseason hoping to wipe the slate clean. Unfortunately for them, they...
  • Nitros, Rebels duos fall on first day of CIF

    GLENDALE — For a pair of doubles tandems making repeat appearances in the CIF Individual Tournament, Friday concluded with both pairs achieving repeat performances at the Whittier Narrows Tennis Center. The Glendale High boys' tennis team of Jeff...
  • Prep getting pumped

    Prep getting pumped
    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — It's mid afternoon on a spring day and Antonio Harrison is seated in the Flintridge Prep weight room with a laptop computer. The first-year Rebels football coach keeps his team busy with push ups and sit ups, then weight...
  • Rebels' top duo gets its due

    GLENDALE — With a solid group of seniors having graduated, some assumed 2010 would be a rebuilding year for the Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team. But the program's foundation remained strong and the Rebels simply continued to build on their...
  • Five Rebels pick up all-league accolades

    GLENDALE — Since the first pitch of the season, Flintridge Prep baseball Coach Buzz Cook relied on a quintet of players to help transform the Rebels into one of the top teams in the Prep League. Given various responsibilities, each of them met...
  • 'Nightmare' leads off huge month of fights

    GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene. SIX LOCALS SET FOR JUNE BOUTS Vanes "The Nightmare" Martirosyan will not only be squaring off with "Mean" Joe Greene in the biggest fight of his young career on Saturday...