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  • Guards' White picks Arizona

    Guards' White picks Arizona
    BELLARMINE-JEFFERSON HIGH — Layana White breathed a sigh of relief Monday. As she sat behind a desk in the middle of the Bellarmine-Jefferson High gym, the girls' basketball standout picked up a pen and signed her name to a letter of intent to...
  • Panich captures state title

    CHINO HILLS — On the eve of the biggest round of her career, Tammy Panich didn't get much sleep. The Glendale Community College women's golfer said she slept for about five hours in between planning ahead for her final round of the California...
  • 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...
  • GCC should put the heat on smokers

    New rules and seven new designated areas for smoking help reduce the amount of cigarette butts and ashes at Glendale Community College. Enforcement started in spring when campus put up signs in different areas on campus, but is enforcement through stiff...
  • GCC moves on to state

    WHITTIER — For all the last at-bat heroics and nailbiting dramatics that have characterized the Glendale Community College baseball team's run to and through the postseason, the Vaqueros' biggest triumph thus far in a magical season came with a...
  • 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...
  • Fortress of brotherhood

    They're twin brothers, born two minutes apart. They are separate stars in two different sports, at two different positions. But beyond that, there is hardly anything separating Burroughs High athletes Lucas and Tyler Yanez. "I don't ever plan on...
  • Tubert honored as All-American

    BURBANK — Emily Tubert's résumé is getting so long she will probably need a notebook to list all of her accomplishments. As a girls' golfer at Burroughs High, Tubert was a two-time Pacific League champion, a two-time All-Area player of the year,...
  • Levitt gets call and does well

    Keeping up with athletes from the area in college Ben Levitt (Chapman University baseball; Burbank High): The former Bulldogs pitcher helped the Panthers to a successful season and a berth in the NCAA Division III Championships. Against Marietta College...
  • Teams' aptitude for success

    BURBANK — Hector Perez has built a winning baseball program at Bellarmine-Jefferson High over the last 11 years. Along with turning out a crop of players who have won league player-of-the-year honors and players who have gone on to compete on the...
  • New team takes to field

    GLENDALE — At a glance, the evening practices that have occupied Stengel Field recently resemble any other that typically take place on the venerable field, which is home to high school and junior college baseball contests throughout the year....
  • Providence seniors say farewell

    Providence seniors say farewell
    With college applications and final exams behind them — for now — the 96 members of Providence High School’s Class of 2011 said their goodbyes at commencement Saturday. “I’m excited to go to college because it seems like...