GLENDALE — With a fresh start, the members of the Flintridge Prep baseball team have accomplished two things this season that haven’t been done since the 1990s.
With his season hanging in the balance, Collin Morikawa needed a quick turnaround.
It took more than three hours for the Flintridge Prep baseball team to make the trip to Lake Isabella for a CIF Southern Section Division VI second-round playoff contest against Kern Valley on Tuesday.
LA HABRA — It took a nightmare inning to end the turnaround season the La Cañada High baseball team dreamed up before the year began in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs Tuesday.
LA CAÑADA — Daniel del Valle and Clayton Herrmann haven't feared the big moment all season long and that continued, thankfully for the La Cañada High baseball team, in the team's CIF Southern Section Division IV opener.
LA CANADA — On the brink of achieving the goal it set for itself at the beginning of the playoffs, a strong first round was just what the La Cañada High boys' tennis team needed to calm its nerves.
LA CAÑADA — When La Cañada High boys' tennis Coach Will Moravec saw the draws for the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs, he said he couldn't have hoped for anything more.
Though separated by two divisions in the CIF Southern Section, the La Cañada High and Flintridge Prep baseball teams have run through similar seasons in 2013.
RIVERSIDE -- In one year, Kirsten Vose went from a contender to a favorite.
The La Cañada High tennis team had two battles to deal with Monday in its CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinal match.
LOS ANGELES — A long season filled with excitement and wild success for the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team contained none of those elements Saturday evening.
After recording a par on the first hole, Colin Morikawa encountered immediate difficulty.
After seeing their attempts to lead their respective boys' golf teams past the CIF Southern Section team divisionals fall short, six area athletes will strive to achieve individual success.
LA CAÑADA — The La Cañada High boys' volleyball team was outplayed in the first two games of its CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal playoff match Saturday against Hemet and, as a result, found itself in a big hole.
LA CAÑADA — After picking up a regular-season finale road victory Friday, the San Marino High softball team boarded its team bus awaiting word as to whether it was, in fact, headed to the playoffs.
LA CAÑADA — A second-round playoff match is not supposed to be easy, especially after a five-game first-round match.
Things didn't start off too promising in the beginning of the season for the members of the Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team.
Following a rainstorm in the heart of Ventura County, Paul Park heated up.
GLENDALE — Flintridge Prep's baseball team needed a win against Pasadena Poly in the schools' final Prep League matchup of the year to take the season series for the first time in a long time and keep alive a slim chance of capturing a share of...
LA CAÑADA — Energized from the noisy crowd, Mel Schroeder had no trouble rising to the occasion with the season on the line for the La Cañada High volleyball team Thursday night.
PASADENA — Brandon Nguyen said he wanted to go out with a boom in his final high school season.
A move that could block a residential development on the Verdugo Hills Golf Course hit a stumbling block last week when the Los Angeles Cultural Heritage Commission voted unanimously to recommend it not be made a Historic-Cultural Monument.
Hundreds of runners gathered Sunday at the Pasadena Rose Bowl as part of a nationwide movement known as the Unity Run to support of victims of the Boston Marathon bombing.
SAN MARINO — While the San Marino High baseball team salvaged its season by virtue of a 3-2 Rio Hondo League win versus visiting La Cañada in the season finale, perhaps it’s fair to say that the heavens favored both the Titans...
LOS ANGELES — Steve Bergen let his Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swim team know he isn't the sharing type before its final Mission League dual meet of the season.
RIVERSIDE — While the...
Both the La Cañada High and Flintridge Prep boys’ swimming teams are looking to improve in their respective CIF Southern Section divisions.
LA CAÑADA — With some clever pitching and clutch two-out hitting, the La Cañada High baseball team earned something dear to them on Wednesday afternoon — a piece of the Rio Hondo League championship.
LA CAÑADA — Whether it has been playoff basketball or postseason volleyball, the fanatic students at Flintridge Prep have seen their share of memorable contests.
With a road match, young team and first appearance in the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs, there were a number of excuses lined up for an underdog La Cañada High boys’ volleyball team.
Madison Witt couldn’t help but look up to Annika Lenz, but by the end of the CIF Southern Section Division III Diving Finals Tuesday their roles were reversed.
It was a roller coaster week for area sports.
Two of the city of La Cañada’s three high school boys’ volleyball teams earned a berth into next week’s CIF Southern Section playoffs as was evident at the release of the divisional postseason pairings Saturday morning.
GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD
LOS ANGELES — Since the end of last summer, Kayla Montgomery has experienced her share of discomfort.
San Marino received a home run each from Larissa Phillips and Raquel Edwards. The Titans registered a 7-3 Rio Hondo League victory against La Cañada, which had won two straight CIF Southern Section Division V championships coming into the season.