Bellarmine-Jefferson boys' basketball is still searching for its first CIF championship.

Bellarmine-Jefferson boys' basketball misses chance to make history

PLAYA DEL REY — Advancing to a CIF Southern Section championship has been a daunting task in the history of the Bellarmine-Jefferson High boys’ basketball program.While the Guards girls’ hoops program has a successful track record of advancing to the finals in the past two decades — winning titles in 1997 and 2009 — the boys’ squad has not enjoyed the same productivity.

Bell-Jeff's bench of Abid Oses and Marco Escribano watched on the bench last against St. Bernard in the CIF Division V-A boys' basketball semifinal game in Playa Del Rey. Bell-Jeff lost the game, 67-52. (Tim Berger/Staff Photographer)

No. 1 Bell-Jeff boys' basketball stunned by St. Bernard

PLAYA DEL REY — When the buzzer sounded at the conclusion of its CIF Southern Section Division V-A semifinal game against St. Bernard High, Bellarmine-Jefferson’s boys’ basketball team had three players sitting on the bench after fouling out.

Hoover High's Shahbazyan advances to second day of Masters

ONTARIO — Experience helps, but it’s not always a prerequisite for success.

La Cañada High boys' soccer earns berth into semifinals

MORENO VALLEY — Thanks to two-second half goals and a strong defensive effort, the La Cañada High boys’ soccer team is not only alive in this year’s CIF Southern Section Division VI playoffs, but the Spartans are rolling.

Female bantamweight champion Ronda Rousey, with hundreds of fans capturing the moment on their cell phones, enters the stage at the official weigh-in for UFC 184 at the Event Deck of L.A. Live in Los Angeles on Friday, February 27, 2015. Ronda Rousey's fight with Cat Zingano is the main event.

Rousey-Zingano title bout is official

All that’s left now is the waiting.

Glendale candidates address legal issues

Of the 16 candidates for Glendale City Council, school board, and the college’s board of trustees, at least six have records of bankruptcies, tax liens, credit card collections and other matters, a News-Press investigation has revealed.

Construction continues on N. Orange St. and W. Wilson Ave. on Friday, February 27, 2015.

City Council candidates offer their views on development

Downtown Glendale is filled with steel beams, construction detours and ever-increasing density — setting up a showdown in the April 7 City Council election between those who say the growth is vitally important to keeping Glendale relevant and those who claim council members on the dais have turned the once-quiet downtown into a dystopian nightmare of honking horns and traffic jams.

Ethan Rivas, 7, of Providencia Elementary and Brianna Martinez, 7, of Washington Elementary, begin the relay race, one of the competitive events in the ASES Field Day at Luther Burbank Middle School on Thursday, Feb. 26, 2015. The Burbank Unified School Districts After-School Education & Safety Program (ASES) held a Field Day competition between Walt Disney Elementary, Providencia Elementary, George Washington Elementary, and Luther Burbank Middle School with relay races, team dance, Iron Chef, basketball, soccer, and science.

Burbank students come together for a field day

More than 400 Burbank students participated in dance, science, cooking and sporting competitions Thursday afternoon at an annual after-school field day event.

Officials certify results from primary election

Burbank officials on Friday certified the election results from the city’s Tuesday primary, which had school board candidates Roberta Reynolds and Steve Ferguson winning two of three open seats on the board outright by securing more than 50% of the vote each.

Patty is a 6-year-old, female, chocolate, Point/Siamese mix and is available for adoption through the Pasadena Humane Society & SPCA. She also qualifies for the Seniors for Seniors program, which waives the adoption fee for adopters 60 years old and older.

News-Press Pet of the Day: Patty

Patty is a 6-year-old, female, chocolate, Point/Siamese mix. She is confident, friendly and enjoys attention. Patty also qualifies for the Seniors for Seniors program, which waives the adoption fee for adopters 60 years old and older. The mandatory microchip fee of $20 still applies.