A year-one stint that included improved success for the La Cañada High football team also included one final setback on Tuesday afternoon.
LA CAÑADA — After Hannah Zika escaped a gigantic jam in the circle in the sixth inning, she had an inkling her teammates would string together some quality at-bats and put her in position to prolong the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy...
Following successful runs throughout the season and in tournaments, a group of area boys’ tennis players have channeled their focus to the CIF Individual Tournament.
LANCASTER — While there may not have been a scoreboard present at Lancaster’s Rawley Duntley Park, there was no denying the opening-inning wallop delivered by the visiting Flintridge Prep baseball team.
Throughout the season, the members of the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team reached plenty of milestone moments.
NORWALK — While the CIF Southern Section Track and Field Championships proved once again unkind to the majority of area athletes, there were a few one-of-a-kind efforts that led the way.
GLENDALE — A one-out single from catcher Cole Pilar in the seventh inning delivered the Flintridge Prep baseball team a come-from-behind 4-3 victory over visiting Ventura Foothill Tech in Friday’s first round of the CIF Southern Section...
DESERT HOT SPRINGS — With three holes remaining in his round Thursday and winds continuing to gust in excess of 35 mph at Mission Lakes Country Club, La Cañada High senior Collin Morikawa was on the verge of seeing his final season blown...
LA CAÑADA — Sammy Jedrey liked the chances of the La Cañada High softball team to mount a comeback bid after she hit a towering home run in the fourth inning in an opening-round game of the CIF Southern Section Division IV...
When the inaugural CIF State Swimming and Diving Championships get underway Friday morning at West Clovis High, there will be an interesting void.
FILLMORE — It began with a move to the Sunshine League, a subsequent trip south to CIF Southern Section Division V and finally a journey to Fillmore.
It will be an all-day affair for La Cañada Flintridge’s four high school track and field programs at Saturday’s CIF Southern Section Divisional Championships at Cerritos College in Norwalk.
SAN JUAN CAPISTRANO — A march that was supposed to propel the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team to its first-ever CIF Southern Section championship match ended one destination too short.
It had been a while since the Flintridge Prep softball team had been in the playoffs.
The La Cañada High softball team got a little unexpected rest before opening the CIF Southern Section playoffs.
For a second straight season, the members of the La Cañada High boys' golf team found themselves waiting in suspense to see if they had extended their season beyond the first round of the CIF playoffs.
Following second-place finishes in their respective leagues, the Crescenta Valley High and Flintridge Prep baseball teams will look to turn in successful playoff runs.
There’s been plenty of sizzle throughout the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs for the Flintridge Prep and St. Margaret’s boys’ volleyball teams.
Although the St. Francis High and Crescenta Valley boys’ golf teams weren’t able to get beyond their respective CIF Southern Section team divisionals, both squads came away pleased after earning top-10 finishes Monday.
RIVERSIDE — After a substandard prelims on Thursday, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy swimming Coach Steve Bergen thought perhaps a third-straight CIF Southern Section Division I top-10 finish might be out of the question.
RIVERSIDE — Eight meet records fell at the CIF Southern Section Division II swimming finals Saturday at Riverside Aquatics Center, making it one of the faster meets the division has ever seen.
BELLFLOWER — Right after Will Penn put the finishing touch on the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team’s victory with a kill, his teammates swarmed him inside the Bellflower High gymnasium for a celebration.
Several local schools participated Saturday in the CIF Southern Section Division prelims at various locations across Southern California. The following is a roundup of those who advanced to the CIF finals next Saturday.
After clinching a share of the Rio Hondo League championship on Tuesday, the La Cañada High softball team had its league finale canceled.
PASADENA — In its first two tries this season, the Flintridge Prep baseball team had no answer for nemesis Pasadena Poly, losing in both contests.
LA CAÑADA — From the outset of Thursday’s CIF Southern Section Division IV second-round match between Flintridge Prep and Rio Mesa, there was a sense in the Rebels gym that the contest was going to be a five-game thriller.
It’s been a constant learning experience throughout the season for the La Cañada High boys’ volleyball team.
TEMPLE CITY — La Cañada High softball was atop the Rio Hondo League standings going into its second-to-last regular season game against host Temple City, which, along with Monrovia, was tied for second one game back, nipping at the...
RIVERSIDE — A strong swim from its boys’ 400-yard freestyle relay team in the final event of the CIF Southern Section Division III swimming finals on Thursday allowed the Rebels to leave Riverside City College on a slightly more upbeat...
Over the next three days, the city of La Cañada Flintridge will have a participant from all four of its schools in competition at the CIF Southern Section Swimming and Diving Championships at Riverside City College.
LA CAÑADA — Despite facing a third-place squad, the La Cañada High boys’ tennis team was given no favors in its opening-round match of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs.
For the second consecutive season, the St. Francis High tennis team qualified for the postseason. Unfortunately for the Golden Knights, they haven’t quite figured out how to clear the hurdle of advancing past the first round. Then again, they&...
LA CAÑADA — Connor Walbrecht knew it couldn’t get much worse for the La Cañada High boys’ volleyball team than it did in the first game of Tuesday night’s CIF Southern Section Division II playoff opener.
LA CAÑADA — Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball has a young and relatively inexperienced squad going into the opening round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs, but it also has heavy hitter Dante Fregoso.
Over the course of the 10-week regular season, the La Cañada High and St. Francis boys' tennis teams competed in their their share of tough matches that have them battled-tested for the playoffs.
Everything seemed to click for Collin Morikawa shortly after beginning his round at the CIF Southern Section Northern Individual Tournament on Monday.
After battling through the regular season and winning the Prep League championship, the members of the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team expect the competition to be much tougher in the CIF Southern Section playoffs.
PASADENA — The 2015 Rio Hondo League swimming finals provided a final chance for two accomplished Spartans swimmers to add to their league accolades and gear up for a return to the waters of the upcoming CIF Southern Section Division II finals.
After locking up the Sunshine League dual-meet championship, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy track and field team had additional business to settle.
LA VERNE — Relatively strong winds from the nearby foothills couldn’t derail La Cañada High boys’ golfer Collin Morikawa in his quest to win a fourth Rio Hondo League individual championship in a row.
La Cañada fell, 4-3, to visiting Ocean View on Thursday, May 21, 2015 despite a late rally in the game by the Spartans.