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  • FRENEMIES

    Ali had his Frazier. Magic had his Bird. Nadal has his Federer. In the world of sports, individual rivalries often bring out the best in an athlete. They can also provide some of the most exciting — and competitive — head-to-head matchups....
  • All-star treatment

    BURBANK — Burbank High football player Mike Williams is used to playing on a Bulldogs offensive line that is usually undersized. However, recently Williams has been able to take the field and practice alongside a group that is big and menacing....
  • Fine result by Tubert

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Burroughs graduate places second in amateur tourney: Award-winning golfer and recent Burroughs High graduate Emily Tubert continues to perform well in tournaments. Tubert shot a 68 Wednesday to finish...
  • An interesting new genre

    An interesting new genre
    Glendale filmmaker Carly Lyn chose the unlikely pairing of genres — Western and science fiction — in her new film "A Foundling." Lyn, 25, wrote and directed the film receiving its premiere at the Dances with Films festival next week in West...
  • Fine effort in state

    LANCASTER — Battling through pain, torrid winds and stiff and physical competition, Rosa Del Toro emerged Saturday afternoon as a state champion. Running a brilliant and strong race from start to finish, the Glendale Community College sophomore...
  • Making his run

    Making his run
    BURBANK — With Greg Dotson running some of the fastest times in the nation this season in the boys' 800 meters, many figured the Burbank High senior would go deep into the track and field postseason. However, the question persisted: Could another...
  • Editorial: Think ahead, grads

    To the graduating class of 2010: We do not envy you. The effects of the Great Recession will continue for years, despite the tepid indications that a recovery is imminent. As you've seen, all it takes is a disastrous underwater oil leak, a crapshoot...
  • Burbank High School: 'This is it' for 670 students

    Ani Vertanous and Sabina Agazarian said they've been friends since middle school, but walking up the hill to the Starlight Bowl for their Burbank High School commencement Friday, they started yelling. They weren't going to be sitting next to one...
  • The thrill of the chase

    There's not much margin for error while competing in one of track and field's most strenuous events. Glendale Community College men's athlete Jonathan Alpizar learned that while competing in the 3,000-meter steeplechase during the Southern California...
  • Tubert wins event

    Burroughs golfer wins first AJGA event: Burroughs High girls' golfer Emily Tubert is staying competitive before she heads to the University of Arkansas this summer. Tubert, a senior, earned her first American Junior Golf Assn. victory by shooting a four-...
  • Ochoa also in state

    GLENDALE — Having made it through a bevy of invitational, conference and qualifying meets, 11 Glendale Community College track and field athletes can now look ahead to their biggest meet of the season — the California Community College...
  • Locals shine for GCC

    MISSION VIEJO — With a sharp pain in her right leg, Samantha Bogatz set sail for the finish line with plenty at stake. Competing in the 200-meter dash, the standout Glendale Community College track and field athlete crossed the finish line in a...