As she crossed the finish line at Cerritos College and concluded a season of growth and records, Burbank High sophomore runner Candela Fernandez took special delight at something she didn’t do.
GLENDALE — With just four holes left, things appeared a bit murky for Vince De Pinto.
BURBANK — Even without a basketball in hand, it didn’t take long for a throng of eager youngsters to work up a sweat inside the spacious McCambridge Park gymnasium early Friday evening.
The Burroughs High football team hasn't enjoyed a great deal of success during nonleague competition over the last four years.
BANNING — From the beginning of the postseason, the dominance of the Burbank Little League 10-11 All-Stars was uncontested.
The Burbank Little League 10-11 All-Stars softball team went into Wednesday's Section 2 championship game with a wealth of confidence.
Summer is in full force and many local high school athletes are finally getting some time to relax, while others are competing in summer leagues or headed to compete in college after an eventful 2013-14 school year.
During his three-year tenure as the Bellarmine-Jefferson High softball coach, Florencio Galindo accomplished something that is rare among coaches at the school, or in the city for that matter.
GLENDALE — Behind two home runs and seven extra-base hits, the Crescenta Valley Major Baseball Little League All-Stars bashed their way into the Section 2 Tournament by completing an undefeated run through the District 16 field with a 14-1...
Looking at the 2014 schedule for the Burbank High football team, one thing stands out.
BURBANK — There doesn’t appear to be any shortage of learning for those who attend the Real Youth Volleyball Camp each summer.
BURBANK — Next season, the Providence High girls’ basketball team will return seven players.
TUJUNGA — After a brief struggle on the mound, Cameron Cassidy bounced back nicely.
GLENDALE — Brandon Martinez arrived on the doorstep of pitching a complete game for the Burbank Junior baseball All-Star team.
Only days into his new job, Fred Martinez has been hard at work trying to turn around the sports programs at Bellarmine-Jefferson High.
It has been a whirlwind last three weeks for women’s golfer Emily Tubert.
Emily Tubert arrived Thursday at the Walmart NW Arkansas Championship Presented by P&G a little late, just one day prior to Friday's first round of play in the LPGA event.
BURBANK — The Jensen-Schmidt Tennis Academy for Special Needs Individuals has almost become synonyms with the Burbank Tennis Center.
BURBANK — Had it been a regular-season game, there might have been some cause for concern.
When Taylor Saldana became a starter for the Providence High boys' volleyball team as a sophomore in 2013, he wanted to contribute and hopefully make some kind of impact with the Pioneers.
As a team, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High softball squad dominated the Santa Cruz League this past season.
GLENDALE — From top to bottom, it's difficult to detect a weakness in a lineup used by Crescenta Valley Landrys. All of the batters appear disciplined and some have a knack for hitting the ball over the fence at the most opportunistic times.
This one took Caitlyn Brooks by surprise.
Matt Schwartz is ready for the competition of his life.
GLENDALE — For someone who has played golf for about two years, Jake Ledbetter caught the attention of the field Wednesday during the qualifying round of the third annual Glendale City Golf Championship.
GLENDALE — Game 15 had always been on the schedule of the District 16 Junior Baseball Tournament of Champions, but it had carried the addendum of “if-necessary.”
Bits and pieces from the local sports scene.
As a father, I have learned to never underestimate my children, especially when it comes to athletic activities.
BURBANK — There is an air of excitement, expectations are at an all-time high and confidence is soaring with the Burbank High football team.
PASADENA — Following 44 minutes of regulation time, the members of the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys' basketball team found overtime to their liking.
BURBANK — Jagger Green is a perfect example of why the organizers of the Tribe Youth Basketball Camp have hosted a series of events the past four years at Burroughs High.
GLENDALE — In an elimination game in the Little League District 16 Major Softball Knock-Out Tournament, the Burbank Ruthless team was trying to rebound a from a tough loss a night earlier against the Crescenta Valley Red Hots.
BURBANK — It was a dominant way for the Burbank High girls' basketball team to open its summer.
When Christina Bruner arrived on the campus of Humbolt State in the fall of 2012, she made a discovery that would not only change the course of her collegiate career, but alter her life completely.
Bits and pieces from the local sports scene.
As a spectator last season, Bob Merette watched the final round of the Glendale City Golf Championship unfold at Oakmont Country Club.
NORWALK – For the first time since 2010, the Burbank-area will have representation at the season-ending CIF State Track and Field Championships.
LOS ALAMITOS — By a vote of 7-2, the Providence High baseball team will likely have more time to make history in Division VI of the CIF Southern Section.
Local youth were taught the fundamentals of basketball at the MVP Basketball Camp in Burbank. Along with drills, participants take part in relays, a free-throw shooting contest with trophies to the winners and raffles.