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  • Sunday evening with the Leopards

     
    Coach Doug McFadden works with the defensive backs Sunday night. The guys on the Lafayette Sports Fan Forum woke me up on Sunday. I read some of their comments from Lafayette football practices -- who was practicing and who wasn't......
  • Leopard Law, injuries and other camp stuff

     
    Doesn't EVERYBODY tweet? Until recently, my answer to that question was an unequivocal "No." I have, however, come to learn that the only way to keep in touch with some people is through that social media giant, Twitter. I figured......
  • Cleaning out the Lafayette-W&M notebook

     
    This year marks the fifth season of my second stint as the Lafayette football beat writer for The Morning Call. The last two years have not been a lot of fun for either the Leopards or the guys who report......
  • Lafayette-W&M game day report

     
    WILLIAMSBURG -- Rain is still in the forecast, but you wouldn't know it now. Hot sun is BRUTAL. Maryland led Temple 26-0 at one point today. Last week W&M held Md to 7 pts. What does this mean? White shirts......
  • Lafayette-Colgate FB: The rest of the story

     
    You’re pretty much grasping at straws when you try to get a handle on what took place in Andy Kerr Stadium on Saturday. I addressed some things in a column in Monday’s print edition, and here’s a smattering of stuff......
  • Lafayette-Colgate: the scoring drives and other stuff

     
    It was impossible to get the 16 point-producing drives of the Lafayette-Colgate game into my game story in the print edition , so her are the notes I made throughout the game. Colgate drove 68 yards on eight plays on......
  • Cleaning out the Lafayette FB notebook

     
    When Frank Tavani first learned last Thursday night that Jonathan Zweizig, the father of Lafayette quarterback Zach Zweizig, had suffered a stroke, Tavani’s mind flashed back to the first week of February in 2002. “We had a visitation...
  • Falcons for all seasons

    Falcons for all seasons
    GLENDALE — This is the eighth and final edition in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2009-10 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. No matter the sport, no matter the season, whether it was girls or boys,...
  • Rebels looking for redemption

    GLENDALE — As seems to be the case most often, last season ended on a high for the Flintridge Prep boys' cross-country team. However, the journey to Fresno and a third-place finish in the CIF-State Division V finals was hardly brimming with...
  • Two second-place finishes

    Two second-place finishes
    GRIFFITH PARK — As the start to the Pacific League cross-country season came and went on Thursday afternoon at Griffith Park, it did such with little surprise and little change from last season to this. Ranked among the top teams in the nation,...
  • Area stars shine at Staub

    Area stars shine at Staub
    LA CRESCENTA — While having garnered their share of area accolades, success for Crescenta Valley High's Claudia Pham and Burroughs' Anthony Monroy has often understandably been overshadowed by those that finished ahead of them. But on a humid...