Sports Notebook: Andy Reid's Eagles drop game to Cardinals

The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene.


After becoming the first team in the history of the NFL to start a season with a pair of one-point victories, the Philadelphia Eagles — coached by former Glendale Community College football player Andy Reid — suffered a 27-6 road loss Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals.

Philadelphia, which entered the contest with the league's best offense, trailed, 24-0, at halftime. The Eagles committed three turnovers to raise their season total to 12.

“They played better than we did, clearly better,” Reid told the Associated Press. “They coached better, they played better and that is my responsibility. I didn't have my football team ready to play and they did.”

Philadelphia will next meet the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants at home at 5:20 p.m. PDT Sunday.


John Huh, a Crescenta Valley High graduate and rookie on the PGA Tour, finished 29th in a field of 30 on Sunday in the TOUR Championship by Coca-Cola at East Lake Golf Course in Atlanta.

Huh carded a seven-over-par 77 during Sunday's final round to finish with a four-round score of 294. Huh earned $129,600.

Brandt Snedeker won the event with a 270, besting Justin Rose by three strokes.


A host of local teams are ranked among the top 10 in their respective CIF Southern Section divisions in polls released Monday.

Boys’ water polo leads the way, as Glendale is No. 1 in Division V for the second consecutive week. Crescenta Valley is No. 4 and Flintridge Prep is No. 5, respectively, in Division V.

In football, St. Francis remains at No. 4 spot in the Western Division.

In boys’ cross-country, Flintridge Prep is second in Division V and Crescenta Valley moved to fifth after being ranked eighth last week in Division I. In girls’ cross-country, the Rebels are second in Division V, moving up one spot.


The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club will conduct its third meeting at 11:30 a.m. today at The Elk's Lodge, 120 E. Colorado St., Glendale.

The club, which is in its 70th year, is geared to support the Crescenta Valley, Glendale, Hoover and St. Francis high football teams and the Glendale Community College football program.

The scheduled guest speaker will be Pete Arbogast, a radio personality and voice of the USC Trojans.

Lunch is $17 at the door and a yearly club membership is $50.

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