For the first time in three years, the La Cañada High football team will open the season at home.
Perhaps it’s fair to say that no squad looked more dominant and like more of a sure pick through the first two games of the just-concluded Palomino Pasadena Super Regional Tournament than did the Arroyo Seco 19-and-under baseball team.
LOS ANGELES — Even after recording hundreds of kills and helping the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team achieve plenty of success the past two seasons, junior outside hitter Kayla Lund found a minor flaw in an important facet of...
PASADENA — A game-winning single from Arcadia Astros third baseman Alex Briggs in the bottom of the ninth inning ended the hopes of a title for the Arroyo Seco Saints 19-and-under Palomino baseball team on Tuesday evening.
GLENDALE — At 6 years old, Giacomo Mencarelli can already speak three languages fluently.
There has been a steady stream of talented boys’ volleyball players who have done their handy work in the Flintridge Prep gym over the years.
Raymond Barsemian, Senior, Outside Hitter, Crescenta Valley
Min Kim, Senior, Outside Hitter, Crescenta Valley
PASADENA — After scoring 30 runs and blanking its opponents in the first two games of the Palomino Super Regional Tournament, the members of the Arroyo Seco Saints 19-and-under summer baseball team were stymied Monday night.
MISSION HILLS – Through two games of the Palomino Super Regional Tournament, the Arroyo Seco Saints 19-and-under summer baseball team has looked, well, rather super.
At the conclusion of his freshman season, two things became crystal clear for Flintridge Prep pole vaulter Barrett Weiss.
When asked of her goals throughout the season, Crescenta Valley High senior Megan Melnyk simply didn’t rattle off the same objectives.
Traffic along La Cañada’s Foothill Boulevard was temporarily halted Wednesday morning to make way for a rare procession, as athletes and law enforcement officers carried a torch ultimately on its way to the 2015 Special Olympics World...
A journey of jump shots that began in gyms around La Cañada Flintridge has now led Daniel Wohl to the Holy Land in fulfillment of a dream.
Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's Mattie Interian and Lauren Savo earned some late accolades Wednesday morning when they were named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com California Winter All-Stars list.
The following are updates on local baseball players at the minor league level.
TUJUNGA — After the Crescenta Valley 10-11 All-Stars lost on Friday to Northridge City in the Section 2 Tournament, the path to the championship was clear.
It turned out to be a rather strange weekend for the Crescenta Valley Junior All-Stars baseball team in the Little League Section 2 Tournament.
A season ago at this time, St. Francis High football was a hot topic off the field.
One might assume Kirsten Vose is used to posting incredible times and winning big races by now or that she might have long ago started to enter any given meet expecting to dominate the competition or even do something historic.
As he stood on the deck of the Riverside City College pool, in some ways Glendale High sophomore Trenton Julian had no peers.
It’s on to the Section 2 title game for the Crescenta Valley Junior All-Stars baseball team.
ARCADIA — The Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Stars baseball team fell behind by five runs in the first inning of its Little League Section 2 game Wednesday against Quartz Hill.
GLENDALE — Buoyed by an exceptional short game, Nathan Celusta steered clear of the remainder of the field en route to a milestone victory.
Crescenta Valley All-Stars Junior baseball continued its winning ways Tuesday evening with a 9-6 victory over host American Indian in the opening round of the Section 2 Tournament at Tehachapi Little League.
ARCADIA — Even after dropping the opening game of the Little League Section 2 Tournament on Tuesday, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Stars baseball team can draw upon a recent experience in its attempt to turn things around.
MONTROSE — A tightly contested game that went down to the final at-bat concluded the District 16 9-10 All-Star Tournament on Sunday at Montrose Park.
MONTROSE — Similarly to what they’ve done throughout the 10-11 District 16 All-Star tournament, Crescenta Valley’s All-Stars again showed overall superiority against an overwhelmed opponent in their latest tilt Sunday at Montrose...
TUJUNGA — In a contest in which the walks were as plentiful as the sands of Tujunga Ball Fields, the Crescenta Valley All-Stars Junior baseball team claimed a District 16 championship by defeating visiting Burbank, 11-7, on Saturday afternoon.
Nathan Celusta stayed consistent and maintained his spot atop the leaderboard Saturday afternoon at the Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur Championship at Oakmont Country Club.
LA CRESCENTA—After a series-opening game in which offense came at a premium, Crescenta Valley’s 9-10 All Stars knew what they needed to do to avoid another uncharacteristic game and force a third and deciding must-win with Burbank on...
TUJUNGA — Members of the Burbank Junior All-Stars baseball team were not pleased with their District 16 Tournament performance Thursday in which they lost to Crescenta Valley by six runs.
GLENDALE — Following 35 holes and with daylight about to evaporate, Nathan Celusta had enough energy to cap a superior effort during the first two rounds of the 116th annual Southern California Golf Assn. Amateur Championship on Friday at...
LA CAÑADA — Inside the air-conditioned La Cañada High south gymnasium, nearly 75 participants began to break a sweat after being put to the task of taking part in a series of passing and dribbling drills.
TUJUNGA — Nothing hardly rattled JD Schaffer when he stood on the mound or in the batter’s box.
One of the most prestigious and long-standing tournaments in the state will make its return to scenic Oakmont Country Club for the first time since 1980.
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level.
TUJUNGA — After receiving a first-round bye in the Little League District 16 9-10 All-Star tournament, the members of the Crescenta Valley No. 1 baseball team were eager to finally have the opportunity to step into the batter's box. Once they...
By Sawyer Patterson’s standards, his senior season and his boys’ tennis career at Burroughs High didn’t end the way he would have liked.
Fatigue had finally caught up to Albert Chtchyan while recovering from a lengthy illness.
The Flintridge Prep baseball team defeated Long Beach St. Anthony High, 3-2, Saturday at UC Riverside to claim its first-ever CIF Southern Section Division VI championship.