LOS ANGELES — At nearly every practice, the Flintridge Prep football team spends time working on special teams.
LA CRESCENTA — Victories were at premium for the majority of the local cross-country competitors at the 48th annual Staub/Barnes Invitational held Saturday morning at Crescenta Valley Park.
LA CAÑADA — For all the serves, aces, digs and kills recorded during Saturday’s nonleague match between the La Cañada High and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball teams, each of the players were aware of the match&...
CALABASAS — In a much-anticipated clash between a pair of undefeated and high-ranked football teams, Calabasas High walked away from its home field having made a statement, while St. Francis was left thoroughly dejected.
LA CAÑADA — To the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team’s chagrin, the first game of its Mission League match with visiting Marymount was not indicative of the subsequent ones.
SAN MARINO — When La Cañada High went on a road trip to San Marino to begin the Rio Hondo League girls’ volleyball season, the Titans had not beaten the Spartans in more than a decade.
St. Francis High and Calabasas have proven to be among the powerhouses in their respective divisions.
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level.
While the girls’ golf team standings in the Pacific League did not change at Tuesday’s fifth league match at Arcadia’s Santa Anita Golf Course, there was a local breakout effort individually.
PASADENA — It took a little while for Maddie Kang to make the adjustment to competition at the high school level.
Mayor Dave Spence on Saturday presented the La Cañada Flintridge Mayor's Perpetual Trophy to Haylee Hall, the winner of the final round of the Flintridge Riding Club Medal competition.
CANYON COUNTRY — St. Francis High Coach Jim Bonds wasn’t the least bit happy with his team’s performance in the first half of Friday’s nonleague game against Canyon Country Canyon.
ARCADIA — La Cañada High’s football team will have to right its wrongs when it really counts after another disappointing loss to conclude the nonleague portion of its season.
SOUTH PASADENA — With three automatic playoff spots available out of the Rio Hondo League, the La Cañada High girls’ tennis team looked to start off on the right note during its league opener Thursday.
LA CAÑADA — A playoff atmosphere filled Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s gym as the Tologs hosted one of the state’s top volleyball teams Thursday evening in what turned out to be a thrilling nonleague match with Mira Costa.
Less than halfway through its season, the La Cañada football team has suffered a rash of injuries. However, the Spartans are starting to get back some off their players, who are ready to contribute with the Rio Hondo League portion of the...
The following are updates on local baseball players at the minor league level.
GLENDALE — For the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy tennis team, Wednesday’s nonleague matchup against Glendale was a chance to get in a valuable tuneup before beginning the defense of its Sunshine League championship Tuesday.
LA CRESCENTA – While expectations and circumstances were different for the La Cañada High girls’ and boys’ cross-country teams, both still enjoyed success at Wednesday afternoon’s first Rio Hondo League meet.
LA CRESCENTA — For the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High cross-country programs, Tuesday afternoon’s Mission League opener had a familiar feel despite a new year and new runners.
LA CAÑADA — Before taking to the pool deck Tuesday, Kasen Barraclough already had enough motivation.
LA CAÑADA — Big brother 2, little brother 0.
LOS ANGELES — Flintridge Prep hosted Village Christian for an interdivisional football game hoping to serve notice to the rest of the CIF Southern Section Northwest Division that the Rebels were ready to take on any comers.
NEWHALL — It's a good thing La Cañada High girls' tennis Coach Will Moravec is sharp at remedial math.
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MONROVIA — It was far from perfect or pretty.
LA CAÑADA — A week after surrendering the area’s longest winning streak, the Crescenta Valley High football team was determined not to let another run of mastery end.
During the early stage of their respective schedules, the Crescenta Valley High and La Cañada football teams have experienced their share of physical matchups. Perhaps the schedules were designed that way leading up to the Falcons and Spartans...
GLENDALE — The strengths of both Flintridge Prep and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy were well defined early in the teams’ nonleague girls’ tennis match Monday at Scholl Canyon Tennis Center.
BURBANK — Competing on its home course for the first time this season in a Pacific League match, the Burroughs High girls’ golf team appeared poised.
GLENDALE — In an aesthetically challenging contest filled with 11 turnovers, more than 100 yards of penalties and several injuries, it was the La Cañada High football team which persevered.
LA CAÑADA — The stingy Moorpark High defense looked to be a tough test for the St. Francis football team in its nonleague game Friday.
PASADENA — After entering the red zone on its first two possessions, the Flintridge Prep football team committed turnovers.
During the time many of his friends will be on winter vacation, La Cañada High junior Sam Adida will be on a different type of journey.
To the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team’s chagrin, the first game of its Mission League match with visiting Marymount was not indicative of the subsequent ones. The Tologs possessed total control of the opening game and took it convincingly. However, they would hold the lead on eight points total over the next three games and did not score more than three straight points at any point throughout the remainder of the match, as Marymount ramped up its defense and...