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  • Running with his chance

    Running with his chance
    Although he was just a sophomore, Anthony Monroy expected a lot of himself at the 2009 CIF Southern Section finals. Running against some of the top athletes in the state in the Division I race, the Burroughs High standout was hoping to run well enough...
  • Tubert helps team win national title

    Tubert helps team win national title
    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene: Burbank High grad and U.S. squad thrive in event: Sara Tubert has wasted little time beginning her success in international volleyball after graduating from Burbank High recently. Tubert, a setter on the...
  • Teams have returning talent

    BURBANK — It was a banner year for three of the four area high school girls' basketball programs last season. While three teams — Burroughs, Bellarmine-Jefferson and Providence highs — qualified for the CIF Southern Section playoffs,...
  • Students study Bruin-Trojan war

    Students study Bruin-Trojan war
    McKinley Elementary School students on Friday staked their loyalties in one of college football's classic matchups. The campus was awash in the cardinal and gold of USC, and the blue and gold of UCLA for Rivalry Day, an annual college-focused...
  • Local looked upon for help

    The Glendale Community College men's tennis team might have one of its most imposing lineups in some time. Writing one out prior to each match will be a pleasure for Coach Bob MacKay, who will look to get the Vaqueros back to the Southern California...
  • Shirley is Guards' double threat

    Shirley is Guards' double threat
    All he wants is to be remembered as is the guy who made the right choices off the field. What most will remember is what he did on it. There were not many positives to reflect on at the conclusion of the 2010 Bellarmine-Jefferson High football season....
  • Start the Presses: Brown-baggin' it

     Start the Presses: Brown-baggin' it
    On a strangely cool August day several years ago, I walked into a New York City classroom to begin my first day of classes at Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism. Inside that small, overheated room were a dozen other students, and the...
  • Burbank's Beattie picks St. Joseph's

    BURBANK HIGH — Katie Beattie wondered how she was going to fit in with the Burbank High girls' soccer team this season. A transfer from Folsom in Sacramento County, Beattie joined the program last summer, as she prepared to play for the Bulldogs...
  • Signs point to cathedral

    In early September, state transportation officials placed signs on Interstate 5 identifying exits for the St. Leon Cathedral of the Armenian Apostolic Church in Burbank — but without the typical legislative go-ahead. Identifying significant...
  • Local places 9th in state

    Entering the latest installment of the women's portion of the California Community College Cross-Country Championship, it figured to be a toss up between Glendale Community College and San Diego Southwestern battling for state supremacy. The Vaqueros...
  • Running through the record book

    Running through the record book
    Many basketball coaches would be livid if one of their players hoisted up 30 to 40 shots a game. However, Providence High boys' Coach Carey Many encourages his players to shoot at will. Many has instituted a scheme that has the Pioneers running an up-...
  • Tubert gets invite to LPGA event

    Tubert gets invite to LPGA event
    BURBANK — Emily Tubert received some good news last week while she was competing in the U.S. Women's Amateur Public Links Championship. Tubert, a Burroughs High graduate who will be a sophomore at the University of Arkansas in the fall, learned...