One often overlooked aspect to the unforgettable season that was Crescenta Valley High football’s 2014 campaign was the team’s fortune of remaining relatively injury-free.
Following a perfect season is the task at hand for the Crescenta Valley High football team.
818 Roundup: Health care pilot programs to launch in Glendale; school districts resume Sagebrush talks
Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, September 3, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 78 and a low of 66, according to the National Weather Service.
In an offseason of change for the Flintridge Prep, Crescenta Valley High, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, Glendale, Hoover, Holy Family and St. Monica Academy girls’ cross-country programs, each team has adapted at a different pace.
Local hospital officials are hoping two pilot programs kicking off this year will reduce the number of return visits to the emergency room as well as ease the bottleneck in ERs by diverting some patients to local urgent-care centers.
Another start to the boys’ cross-country season includes a set of varying expectations for the Flintridge Prep, Crescenta Valley High, St. Francis, Glendale, Hoover and St. Monica Academy programs for the upcoming season.
Waking up to shootings has unfortunately become a norm in this country. We are no longer shocked when someone with a gun storms a school, a movie theater or any other public place and unleashes the destruction of innocent human lives.
Before the St. Francis High football team even steps on the field Friday evening, coach Jim Bonds knows his team is at a slight disadvantage.
After a hiatus, Glendale school officials are moving forward on resolving the Sagebrush issue, scheduling a meeting with advisers next week.
Since taking over at Crescenta Valley High in 2010, football coach Paul Schilling has grown used to one role.