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  • Sports Roundup: Crescenta Valley girls’ tennis loses first-place tilt with Arcadia

    GIRLS’ TENNIS Arcadia 12, Crescenta Valley 6: The Falcons, ranked No. 1 in CIF Southern Section Division III, dropped a Pacific League home match Tuesday for first place to reigning league champion Arcadia, the No. 8 team in Division I. Crescenta Valley dipped to 4-1, 3-1 in league. Glendale 15,...

  • Sports Roundup: Indians finish third, Bulldogs fourth in league golf match

    GIRLS’ GOLF Burroughs, Burbank in Pacific League match No. 3: The Indians placed third and the Bulldogs were fourth Tuesday afternoon at De Bell Golf Club. Arcadia (213) won the match and was followed by La Cañada (224), Burroughs (233), Burbank (249) and Crescenta Valley (268). On the par-36 course,...

  • Sailors earn big OT road win at Harvard-Westlake

    Sailors earn big OT road win at Harvard-Westlake

    Legacy is a word that’s used a lot in the Newport Harbor High boys’ water polo program. This year, the Sailors even have a book to go with it. They’re reading the book, “Legacy,” by James Kerr, about the New Zealand All Blacks national rugby team. The Sailors have won 12 CIF titles and have always...

  • Fountain Valley boys’ water polo tops Mission Viejo

    Fountain Valley boys’ water polo tops Mission Viejo

    Kyle Graham scored four goals as the Fountain Valley High boys’ water polo team earned a 9-5 win over Mission Viejo on Tuesday. Dylan LeBaron added three goals for the Barons (6-4). Jake Huynen made six saves. To report scores of high school and college games, or other newsworthy items from youth...

  • Estancia wins league opener over Costa Mesa

    Estancia High girls’ tennis beat rival Costa Mesa, 9-9 and 87-81 on games, in the teams’ Orange Coast League opener Tuesday at Estancia. Angeles Colin and Veronica Martines won the deciding doubles set for the Eagles, and Rocio Hernandez and Julianna Balducci swept in doubles. Daisy Arroyo swept...

  • Crescenta Valley boys, Burroughs’ Virtue turn in big efforts at league meet

    Crescenta Valley boys, Burroughs’ Virtue turn in big efforts at league meet

    ARCADIA — If the Pacific League’s first cross-country race is a true precursor for the rest of the season, then the Crescenta Valley High program and Burroughs’ Emily Virtue are in for big years. The Falcons boys captured their first league race in years behind the fourth straight league individual...

  • Doubles the difference for CdM girls’ tennis in big win over No. 3 Peninsula

    Doubles the difference for CdM girls’ tennis in big win over No. 3 Peninsula

    If a student-athlete is coming to Corona del Mar High to play tennis, it is difficult to picture any of them being surprised by the competition placed before them. The battle to make the Sea Kings’ roster stacks up as one of the tougher tasks that a player will deal with all year. That is why CdM...

  • Airport authority commissioners express their opinions about transportation center art project

    Airport authority commissioners express their opinions about transportation center art project

    Members of the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority made it clear Monday they want all three cities individually represented in the artwork that will mounted on the transportation center at Hollywood Burbank Airport. They were briefed on the status of the project, which will feature six...

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  • Glendale girls' tennis way too much for cross-town rival

    GLENDALE —With the Glendale High and Hoover girls’ tennis teams each having new coaches, the Nitros and Tornadoes are under reconstruction. Glendale and Hoover are building for the future, but also have their goals set for this season. Cross-town rivals Glendale and Hoover met Tuesday in the first...

  • Burbank tennis continues dominance over Burroughs

    BURBANK — None of the current Burbank High girls’ tennis players have ever lost to Burroughs. Bulldogs coach Loi Phan has never suffered defeat against the cross-town rival Indians in his 10 years coming into this season. The Burbank players and their coach kept those dominant streaks intact in the...

  • Newport considers crosswalk overhaul on Balboa Peninsula

    Newport considers crosswalk overhaul on Balboa Peninsula

    Balboa and southbound Newport boulevards at 28th Street in Newport Beach could see more traffic control in an effort to keep pedestrians and cyclists safe in the visitor-heavy area. A new city-commissioned traffic study of the Balboa Peninsula generally concluded that given the high volume of foot,...

  • At 90, Glendale Community College celebrates longevity and prosperity

    At 90, Glendale Community College celebrates longevity and prosperity

    In 1926, Glendale residents voted in favor of creating Glendale Junior College to help foster and hone academic intelligence and vocational skills of young people to benefit the community and state. Decades later, that decision resulted in an education hub — now known as Glendale Community College...

  • Armenian American Orphans Christmas Telethon strives to be most successful one yet

    Armenian American Orphans Christmas Telethon strives to be most successful one yet

    For almost 20 years, Glendale resident and TV show host Ovanes Balayan has raised money to help disadvantaged children in Armenia by organizing the Armenian American Orphans Christmas Telethon, which is set to be held Thursday. Balayan’s nonprofit organization, the Armenian American Orphans and...

  • Odd in-and-out Battle of the Bay experience

    Odd in-and-out Battle of the Bay experience

    For me, the entrance and exit to the Battle of the Bay high school football rivalry game last Friday was odd. As I walked toward renovated Davidson Field at Newport Harbor, there was a long line of students waiting to get into the game. At the front was a police officer with a breathalyzer, testing...

  • Glendale’s Davis makes NFL debut

    Glendale’s Davis makes NFL debut

    Local history was made Sunday afternoon when Glendale High alumnus Michael Davis made his debut with the Los Angeles Chargers at the StubHub Center in Carson. The undrafted rookie out of Brigham Young University played on special teams and registered one tackle in the Chargers’ wild 19-17 loss...

  • Ex-girlfriend sues actor Ryan Phillippe, accusing him of kicking, hitting and pushing her down stairs

    Ex-girlfriend sues actor Ryan Phillippe, accusing him of kicking, hitting and pushing her down stairs

    A former girlfriend is suing Hollywood actor Ryan Phillippe on allegations that he kicked, hit and pushed her down stairs in an incident that has also been referred to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office for possible prosecution. Elsie Rose Hewitt filed the lawsuit against Phillippe, her former...

  • 2 Costa Mesa and OCFA firefighters honored on Colorado memorial

    2 Costa Mesa and OCFA firefighters honored on Colorado memorial

    An engineer with the Costa Mesa Fire & Rescue Department and a longtime firefighter with the Orange County Fire Authority were memorialized Saturday in Colorado for their decades of service. The names of Costa Mesa engineer Scott Coykendall and OCFA firefighter Ron Castro, who was stationed at John...

  • Estancia High may get more air-quality testing for sewer-like odors

    Estancia High may get more air-quality testing for sewer-like odors

    More air-quality testing could be coming to the Estancia High School science wing, which has been plagued by pungent, sewer-like odors for nearly a decade. On a 6-0 vote Tuesday night, the Newport-Mesa Unified School District board, with trustee Vicki Snell absent, approved spending up to $60,000...

  • Passenger numbers at Hollywood Burbank Airport stay positive

    Hollywood Burbank Airport continues to see its passenger numbers increase this year, reporting a roughly 17.5% jump in July compared to the same month last year, officials said. The airfield had 400,225 passengers travel through its terminals this past July, which was 59,812 more than in July 2016....

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