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  • Keeping Christianity cool

    Keeping Christianity cool
    La Crescenta Presbyterian has created a new youth group called Overflow, which organizers hope will inspire high-school teens to bond with college students and encourage them to stay active in church at a time when they might otherwise wander away....
  • Fueled by a challenge

    Fueled by a challenge
    Pavle Atanackovic asked his Crescenta Valley High Coach Kiel McClung an interesting question prior to the beginning of the winter boys' soccer season. The Falcons standout forward inquired about how many goals his coach had scored during his junior...
  • All-Area second team soccer

    Joan Alvarez, Senior, Forward, Burroughs The first-team Pacific League pick recorded 11 goals and 14 assists. His play guided the Indians to a 9-3-3 league record, good enough for second place. David Russell, Sr., Forward, Flint....
  • Hardwood work ethic

    Hardwood work ethic
    After four years of hard work, hours spent in the gym perfecting her game and hundreds of games, Lisha Elsenbach's high school career came to a close last month. During her tenure on the hardwood with the Burroughs High girls' basketball program, the...
  • O'Leary tosses another shutout

    Lauren O'Leary, last year's first-team All-CIF Southern Section and co-Rio Hondo Most Valuable Pitcher, doesn't need to prove herself anymore. However, the senior pitched another statement game against San Marino at home Friday. O'Leary was slated for...
  • Organizations: Women of heart will be honored

    The YWCA of Glendale is having its 14th annual Legacy Luncheon beginning at 11:30 a.m. Thursday at The Castaway Restaurant in Burbank. This year’s luncheon will honor five women with the Heart & Excellence Awards and two high school seniors with...
  • An old school approach

    An old school approach
    Richard Tetu has learned in his near-decade of coaching high school golf that the best golfers are usually rather self-centered. That was far from the case with his star golfer at La Cañada High this year, Jay Lim. "Separating [Lim] from other golfers...
  • All Area Tennis Team

    SINGLES Josh Kim, Sophomore, La Cañada Missed a chunk of the season due to injuries after emerging as the Spartans' most dominant player. He still managed to battle back to place third in the Rio Hondo League tournament. The Spartans' No. 1 singles...
  • She's taking aim at reading scores

    Selected from a highly competitive pool of applicants, La Cañada native Monica Mello joins Teach For America's corps this fall with the goal of seeing each of her 10th-grade students pass the California exit exam. Mello will be one of 290 corps members...
  • Auproux winning the right way

    Auproux winning the right way
    Garrett Auproux has seen his share of bad behavior and inappropriate outbursts from opponents during his years playing high school and tournament boys' tennis. The Burroughs High sophomore has competed against athletes who have used foul language,...
  • Prep duo sparks a Rebels renaissance

    As the Flintridge Prep boys' tennis program grew over the last several seasons from a perennial afterthought to one of the school's success stories — winning and contending for Prep League titles annually and making a string of CIF playoff...
  • Campbell carves her niche

    Campbell carves her niche
    The 500-yard freestyle is usually a test of endurance for swimmers. Katy Campbell, who just finished her junior season with La Cañada High, refers to it as her "sprint event." Campbell swims the mile with her club team, Swim Pasadena, which is based...