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Sports Briefs: Crescenta Valley alumnus John Huh ties for third

Crescenta Valley High alumnus John Huh plays his shot from the third tee during the final round of the CareerBuilder Challenge at the TPC Stadium Course at PGA West on Sunday in La Quinta.
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Huh takes third at CareerBuilder

John Huh, a Crescenta Valley High graduate, finished in a three-way tie for third at the CareerBuilder Challenge in La Quinta on Sunday.

Huh carded a six-under-par 66 during the final round. He had six birdies and one eagle after beginning the final round tied for 11th.

Huh finished at 20-under-par 268 in the four-round event to tie with fellow American Martin Piller and Canadian Adam Hadwin.


Jon Rahm, the No. 3-ranked player in the world, topped Andrew Landry in a four-hole playoff. The duo finished at 268 entering the playoff.

Huh’s best round was the third on Saturday, in which he carded a 65, which was the second-best score that day and trailed only Austin Cook (64).

On Friday, Huh posted a 69, while he tallied a 68 on Thursday’s opening day. Huh’s top three-effort netted the former area star $306,800.

Jackson looks for Haley to lend hand


After a winless season, Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson is getting some help.

The former Glendale Community College quarterback will have a new play-caller on offense as the Browns hired Steelers assistant coach and former Kansas City head coach Todd Haley as the new offensive coordinator.

Haley was not asked to return to Pittsburgh after the squad was upset at home by the Jacksonville Jaguars, 45-42, on Jan. 14 in the divisional round of the playoffs.

Pittsburgh finished with the NFL’s No. 3 offense in yards per game (377.9), third in passing yards (4,380), No. 20 in rushing (104.2) and eighth in points per game (25.4).

Jackson was his team’s offensive coordinator last season as Cleveland became only the second team in NFL history to finish 0-16.

Cleveland was No. 24 in offense in yards per game (308.9), 22nd in passing yards per game (201.8), No. 18 in rushing yards (107.1) and dead last in points per game (14.6).

Volleyball league in Glendale

The United States Youth Volleyball League will hold registration for the 2018 spring season in Glendale. The program is geared for boys and girls, ages 7-15.


The eight-week developmental league will run twice a week and will cover basic skills. The league will run April 4 through June 2 at Maple Park, 820 E. Maple St., Glendale.

Practices will be held from 6 to 7 p.m. Wednesdays and games will take place from 9 to 10 a.m. Saturdays.

Registration is available online at The registration price includes a volleyball, T-shirt and participation award.

For information on registration, visit, call (888) 988-7985 or email at