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  • All-Area Boys' Volleyball First Team

    All-Area Boys' Volleyball First Team
    Raymond Barsemian, Junior, Outside Hitter, Crescenta Valley All-Pacific League first-team pick finished with 278 kills and 40 aces in leading the Falcons to a 22-7 overall record, a third-place finish within the Pacific League and advancement to the...
  • Thursday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Cited for abuse, Wojcik might lose CAA basketball job at Charleston

    Colleges: Men’s basketball: The Colonial Athletic Association might be losing a head coach soon. The College of Charleston’s investigation of embattled Doug Wojcik exposed dozens of examples of him lashing out at players with obscenities,...
  • Trinity Women's Rowing Wins First National Championship

    Rose Lichtenfels' hands were shaking as she grabbed the oar. An opportunity four years in the making was upon her, but the ultimate goal was still a grueling 2,000 meters away. "We had seen really big ups and really big downs over four years," said...
  • Daily Pilot Male Athlete of the Year: Dependable Gentosi

    Daily Pilot Male Athlete of the Year: Dependable Gentosi
    Around this time four summers ago, Giovanni Gentosi mulled over what sports to try out for at Corona del Mar High. As a kid, he played many sports and his family supported him. Mom and dad were always there when he competed in the swimming pool, on...
  • USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end

    USA Women's Volleyball: Davis grinding to the end
    Nicole Davis crouches, digs in, lunges and dives. She scurries about and mops the floor with her own perspiration. She grinds. For 18 years of high-level volleyball, including starting for two USA national teams that won Olympic silver medals and...
  • PRESS BOX: Saints make offer to TE Graham

    The Sports Xchange PRESS BOX: Saints make offer to TE Graham The New Orleans Saints made tight end Jimmy Graham a contract offer that would pay him $9.5 million per season, according to NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk. The deal would make Graham the...
  • UConn Coach Ray Reid: U.S. Needs Game-Changers

    Well, we knew we weren't ready to win a World Cup yet. But we were all hoping we could squeeze out one more "W" and earn a place in the quarterfinals. How great would it have been to play a quarterfinal match on July 5 as America celebrates the...
  • Filings due Thursday in Northwestern football union dispute

    Filings due Thursday in Northwestern football union dispute
    Northwestern University and the union seeking to represent its football players are set on Thursday to file additional documents backing their positions -- one against, one in favor -- of a ruling that expanded the definition of "employees" to the...
  • Higelin named new pitching coach at Arizona State

    From high school to the minor leagues, it’s been quite a journey the last 13 years for Brandon Higelin. Higelin starred at Crescenta Valley High before attending Cal State Los Angeles and being drafted by the San Diego Padres. At each level,...
  • Wednesday's multi-sport college and local roundup: Morehead City halts Pilots' winning streak at seven

    Baseball: Coastal Plain League: The host Morehead City Marlins (6-22) ended the Peninsula Pilots’ seven-game win streak, scoring six runs in the second inning to earn a 10-2 victory. That outburst against losing pitcher Cole Cromer (3-1) was...
  • Star Track: Quinn McDowell

    Star Track: Quinn McDowell
    Former William and Mary standout Quinn McDowell compiled eye-popping numbers this past season in Australia's State League. Playing for the Willetton Tigers (7-11), McDowell led his team in minutes (45.1 per game) and in many offensive categories....