This week marked a bittersweet return to the basketball court for incoming senior Ajon Efferson.
After some strong growth a year ago, the La Cañada Summer Smash Little League baseball tournament will shrink this year.
With the collegiate baseball season having recently concluded, former La Salle High standout pitcher Bowdien “Bubba” Derby could admit that his first year at San Diego State didn’t exactly meet his expectations.
Winning the Olympic League championship didn’t seem like a possibility at first for the Maranatha High baseball team.
A four-year run that included two playoff berths and some historic wins came to an end for South Pasadena High baseball Coach Anthony Chevrier.
TEMPLE CITY — Having already earned All-Rio Hondo League and All-CIF Southern Section Division IV honors, Michelle Floyd looked to end her stellar high school career on a winning note.
It was almost unfair to the rest of the CIF Southern Section Division III boys’ volleyball teams considering how much talent South Pasadena High had this year, as it swept its way to its first CIF championship.
Michelle Floyd and Anjelica Amezquita provided plenty of examples of what they could bring to the table for their respective teams throughout the season.
It took three days, but South Pasadena High alumnus Keaton Leach heard the call.
PASADENA — While Sunday afternoon’s second annual San Gabriel Valley All-Star Boys’ Volleyball Game at La Salle High had its pleasantries and moments of fraternity, there was a certain edge this time around that perhaps lacked a...
PASADENA — Part competitive, part good fun, Sunday afternoon’s second annual San Gabriel Valley All-Star Boys’ Volleyball Underclassmen game had a little bit of everything to offer.
When the Olympic Development Pipeline National Team selections were made recently, the number of local high school athletes and club players to earn a spot was quite impressive.
In between doses of disappointment and dishes of pasta, Maranatha High alumnus Dylan Covey received a call three years in the making.
When Robert Adamson first heard he was named the Rio Hondo League Boys’ Volleyball Most Valuable Player, he didn’t have much time or desire to bask in it.
PASADENA — After a little over a fourth-month waiting period, the girls’ basketball head coaching vacancy at La Salle High has been filled.
For a second straight year, top talent from the area and beyond will convene for the second annual San Gabriel Valley Boys Volleyball All-Star Game at La Salle High on Sunday afternoon.
PASADENA — As with any summer league boys’ basketball game, there were times when both the coaching staffs of the Flintridge Prep and Marshall Fundamental teams would shake their heads in disappointment only to moments later marvel at...
A stellar softball career included at least one more accolade for San Marino High senior Michelle Floyd.
It was a little more than a year ago that track and field or any type of running was out of the mind of Pasadena City College's Omhunique Browne.
PASADENA- If you were out early Sunday morning and thought you noticed an unusual deluge of cyclists flooding the streets from Pasadena, moving east in packs, you were not wrong. It was the second coming of the Gran Fondo Giro d’Italia Pasadena...
CLOVIS – Realization was the key term for the Pasadena-area locals who advanced to Saturday’s 95th annual CIF State Track and Field Championships at Memorial Stadium at Buchanan High in Clovis.
Perhaps James Wade's start was a bit too good in the CIF Southern Section Boys' Tennis Individual Tournament semifinals Saturday.
CLOVIS — It was a near perfect day for the six Pasadena-area athletes who trekked to Friday’s 95th annual CIF State Track and Field Championship preliminaries at Buchanan High in Clovis.
Perhaps the best indicator of success for any first-year venture is a second year.
James Wade had been there, done that, coming into the CIF Southern Section Boys’ Tennis Individual Tournament’s round of 16 Friday. By the end of the day, he went where he never had before – the semifinals.
With the Prep League softball season officially ended a week ago, the time for Prep League postseason awards is now.
While Derek Chen and Nicholas Splichal entered the CIF Southern Section Boys’ Tennis Individual Tournament as the No. 2 team out of San Marino High, they further proved they aren’t to be taken lightly Thursday.
A special season included another round of accolades for the Maranatha High softball team.
CLAREMONT — There just aren’t many frontiers left for the San Marino High boys’ tennis program, which has won 24 CIF Southern Section titles in 32 attempts over seven decades.
NORWALK — On an evening in which the Pasadena area sent seven track and field entrants to Friday’s CIF Southern Section Masters Meet, those athletes proved, well, masterful.
CLAREMONT — It couldn't have been written any better for the San Marino High boys’ tennis team or its ace James Wade.
COMMERCE — With Flintridge Prep punching its ticket to the CIF Southern Section Division VI baseball semifinals earlier in the day Friday, Pasadena Poly was looking to be the second Prep League team to earn a spot in the final four.
ANAHEIM – While its season wouldn't continue, the South Pasadena High boys' volleyball team learned just what a special year it put together in its season finale.
While five local schools sent at least one representative to the opening day of the CIF Southern Section Boys’ Individual Tennis Tournament, only one such group survived to the next round.
PASADENA - For the last two weeks, every baseball game Pasadena Poly has played has been a sort of elimination game, and it has won each one.
SAN MARINO – Embarking on arguably the most challenging week of the year, the San Marino High boys’ tennis team made quick work of its first hurdle Tuesday afternoon.
SOUTH PASADENA — Exactly 68 possessions after the South Pasadena High boys’ volleyball team first reached match-point, the Tigers finally closed out.
BURBANK — In its opening playoff game last week, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High softball team had a relatively easy time earning a nine-run win against Frazier Mountain.
PASADENA — It was about as bad an inning as can be imagined.