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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Recalling the Rebels

    Recalling the Rebels
    GLENDALE — This is the sixth of eight consecutive editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. Whether it was Prep League titles won, CIF playoff appearances...
  • Rebels looking for redemption

    GLENDALE — As seems to be the case most often, last season ended on a high for the Flintridge Prep boys' cross-country team. However, the journey to Fresno and a third-place finish in the CIF-State Division V finals was hardly brimming with...
  • Rebounding and rebuilding

    GLENDALE — Shortly after claiming its seventh straight Pacific League title in dramatic fashion, the Crescenta Valley High girls' cross-country team felt the opposite end of the spectrum as its 2009 season ended at the CIF prelims, a streak of...
  • New coach, same mission

    GLENDALE — Though there will be a new coach on board, the concept will remain the same for the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis team. After taking over the program in 1995 and leading the Falcons to nine Pacific League...
  • Benefits boost troops' families

    CITY HALL — When longtime Glendale firefighter Robert Garibay spent a year in Iraq serving as a medic in the U.S. Army National Guard, he left behind his wife and two teenage children. But while she was left on her own, Garibay's wife didn't...
  • Servicemen left off memorial

    MONTROSE SHOPPING PARK — More than 40 years after the Vietnam War Memorial here was first dedicated, community members learned that five local servicemen had been left off the plaques. First dedicated in 1968, the memorial at the corner of Ocean...
  • Rebels ready to roll the dice

    Rebels ready to roll the dice
    LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Flintridge Prep football team can't take the next step forward without taking a few chances. That would seem to be the rationale of Coach Antonio Harrison as he begins to put his stamp on the program in the first...
  • 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...
  • History comes to life

    History comes to life
    Abraham Lincoln reminded 35 fifth-graders at Incarnation Parish School on Thursday that with hard work, not only could they be future presidents, but history might celebrate them forever. For the 54th time this year, J.P. Wammack, a La Cañada...
  • New-look Falcons set for first test

    GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games. The Crescenta Valley High football team is admittedly untested, but the first proving ground will be on a field where the Falcons have played plenty of...