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  • Burroughs opens league with victory

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Burroughs 49, Crescenta Valley 36: The Indians opened Pacific League play Tuesday with an impressive win against the host Falcons. For the first half, Burroughs (11-3) and Crescenta Valley (7-6) were locked in a tight game. The Indians...
  • NY Archdiocese To Close 27 Catholic Schools, Saving $10M

    NY Archdiocese To Close 27 Catholic Schools, Saving $10M
    The Archdiocese of New York says 27 Catholic schools that received heavy subsidies due to declining enrollment will close at the end of the current academic year. The archdiocese said Tuesday on its website the closures of 26 elementary schools and one...
  • Gonzalez scores 50 points

    BOYS' BASKETBALL Yeshiva, 88, Providence 84: Despite 50 points and 16 rebounds from Patrick Gonzalez, the Pioneers lost the Liberty League game Saturday on the road Tyler Kidd added 18 points for Providence. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Muir 67, Burbank 51:...
  • Mother captures girls 'Ascending'

    Mother captures girls 'Ascending'
    While not every viewer has experienced the activities in Melissa Ann Pinney's photos — taking a ballroom dance class, being on a soccer team or walking the beaches of Maui — most will be able to connect to the emotions found in her pictures &#...
  • LB Graham Stewart of Connecticut commits to Florida Gators

    LB Graham Stewart of Connecticut commits to Florida Gators
    Linebacker Graham Stewart of Xavier High School in Middletown, Conn., committed to the Florida Gators on Friday night after a home visit by new Gators' coach Will Muschamp. "Yeah I did verbally commit tonight," Stewart said over the phone late Friday...
  • Wildcats solve the Frogs

    Wildcats solve the Frogs
    LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE — The schools are separated by less than 10 miles, and there's a potential rivalry budding up and down the Glendale (2) Freeway. After spending the last several seasons competing in nonleague games, the Renaissance Academy and...
  • Soto shows she's tough

    Soto shows she's tough
    Brenda Soto desperately wants to win the Orange Coast League in girls' basketball. Her body doesn't always seem to share the same sentiment. Soto's right shoulder is in a black brace. Sometimes it pops out of place. That's OK, Soto tells herself,...
  • GAA misses final touch

    NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Plenty of scoring chances came the way of the Glendale Adventist Academy boys' soccer team in a Liberty League game against Yeshiva Wednesday. The problem was those chances didn't translate to goals for the Cougars. Yeshiva, on...
  • Rolley urges vouchers, mayoral control of Baltimore schools

    Rolley urges vouchers, mayoral control of Baltimore schools
    Mayoral candidate and former city planning director Otis Rolley III has vowed to offer private school vouchers to students zoned to attend failing middle schools and says he would lobby to restore mayoral control to the city school system. "Our future is...
  • The Rev. Walter John Paulits, theology scholar, dies

    The Rev. Walter John Paulits, theology scholar, dies
    The Rev. Walter John Paulits, a long-time Baltimore-area priest and theology scholar, died June 4 from natural causes at an assisted living residence in the Pasadena area. He was 88. In a career that spanned decades as an educator, religious scholar...
  • Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, teacher, dies

    Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, teacher, dies
    Sister Mary Ferdinand Tunis, a Sister of Mercy who taught parochial school mathematics before establishing the Sisters of Mercy Windsor Hills Project in the early 1970s, died June 7 of pneumonia at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 91 and had lived...