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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Prep, CV take Clovis in stride

    GLENDALE — Taking a break from their respective league battles during the week, the boys' and girls' cross-country teams from Crescenta Valley High and the Flintridge Prep boys' cross-country team took a road trip this weekend. But all three had...
  • CV can't catch Arcadia

    CV can't catch Arcadia
    ARCADIA — When it comes to the race for the Pacific League title, the Crescenta Valley High girls' cross-country team has spent the season chasing Arcadia. The gap between the Falcons and the Apaches widened a little bit more at Arcadia Park on...
  • Local teams test strength on Mt. SAC course before CIF

    GLENDALE — A big meet with fast runners under any circumstances, the Mt. San Antonio College Cross-County Invitational was made even faster by cool weather and clean air Saturday morning in Walnut. Crescenta Valley High's girls' and boys' teams...
  • Falcons rally for share of crown

    LA CRESCENTA — With their backs against the wall and their string of Pacific League titles hanging in the balance, the members of the Crescenta Valley High girls' cross-country team came through in the clutch once more. In a race decided by the...
  • Indian boys' team finishes second

    Indian boys' team finishes second
    LA CRESCENTA — There was a red uniform in a sea of maroon in the boys' race at Thursday's Pacific League cross-country finals. Running against a talented Arcadia High team, Burroughs' Anthony Monroy did all he could to break up the Apaches pack at...
  • Governor should go, Obama now says

    As President-elect Barack Obama on Wednesday joined a chorus of political leaders urging the resignation of Gov. Rod Blagojevich, his staff remained tight-lipped about the growing federal probe into a scandal that has broken the momentum of his...
  • Breakers are title material

    Breakers are title material
    In a span of 1 hour, 13 minutes Saturday, the Laguna Beach boys' volleyball team bridged the gap between the present and past. In the process, the Breakers quenched a long drought for the program. They did it with several members of the program's...
  • Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia Visits Hometown Of Woodland For Fundraiser

    Boston Red Sox's Dustin Pedroia Visits Hometown Of Woodland For Fundraiser
    Call it a truce! The people of Woodland and Boston Red Sox second baseman Dustin Pedroia are at peace with one another. Pedroia has been persona-non-grada in his hoemtown since he called this largely agricultural town "A DUMP!" Woodland native Mike...