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  • The talk before the walk: Butler prepares to face VCU

    The talk before the walk: Butler prepares to face VCU
    The Final Four spotlight is shining on Butler and VCU this weekend in Houston. This never-seen-before match-up of an 8 and 11 seed in a National Semi-Final has certainly attracted the attention of many local and national media members. The Bulldogs,...
  • All-Area girls' soccer second team

    Katelyn Almeida, Junior, Defender, Flintridge Sacred Heart An often-overlooked member of Sacred Heart's stellar defense, Almeida was a constant presence on the backline and a second-team All-Mission League member. Arielle Baptiste, Junior, Forward,...
  • Gaels put on the pressure

    Gaels put on the pressure
    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — The start to Tuesday evening's Horizon League girls' basketball contest was hardly picturesque. But for all the chaos and, frankly, ugliness, as Holy Family was concerned, the first quarter was plenty effective. The Gaels...
  • Minassians keys Nitro victory

    GIRLS' WATER POLO Glendale 15, Burroughs 3: Milene Minassians finished with five goals and three assists Wednesday to lead the visiting Nitros in a Pacific League match. Kristina Terzyan and Jacqueline Jones contributed three goals apiece for Glendale...
  • Cougars pick up historic win

    GIRLS' SOCCER Glendale Adventist Academy 2, Oakwood 1: Melissa Yeghiazarian scored two goals to lead the Cougars (1-7, 1-3 in league) to their first win of the season in a Liberty League home match at the Glendale Sports Complex on Thursday. The win...
  • Nitros, Tornadoes finish up scoreless

    GIRLS' SOCCER Glendale 0, Hoover 0: The cross-town rivals batted to a scoreless tie Tuesday in a Pacific League match at Hoover. Glendale improved to 2-6-4, 1-4-2 in league, while Hoover is 3-5-2, 0-4-2. "We just couldn't get the ball in the net,"...
  • Thinking about the NCAA Tournament: An All-Indiana Bracketology

    Thinking about the NCAA Tournament: An All-Indiana Bracketology
    Are you ready for March Madness? Starting at some point during my high school years and continuing to the present, I started thinking about the NCAA Tournament about two days after the Colts season came to a close. More often that not, it was a Monday...
  • Gaels struggle from long range in loss

    Gaels struggle from long range in loss
    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — They had open looks. They had opportunities from the corners, they ran plays for shots from beyond the arc and they had chances when the defense backed off. None of it seemed to pay off for the members of the Holy Family...
  • Knights roll behind Verso hat trick

    BOYS' SOCCER St. Francis 4, Alemany 0: Mark Verso had a hat trick within the 30 minutes of play for the Golden Knights and Billy McCreary capped the scoring in the first half with a goal of his own in a Mission League road contest on Friday....
  • CV girls cruise to win at Muir

    GIRLS' SOCCER Crescenta Valley 8, Muir 0: The Falcons kept hold of first place in the Pacific League with Tuesday's road win, improving to 10-3-4 overall and 8-0-3 in league. Crescenta Valley, which earned a 6-0 win over Hoover on Friday, got two...
  • Source on VCU, Mason possibly leaving CAA: "I just get a sense that all hell is about ready to break loose"

    Source on VCU, Mason possibly leaving CAA: "I just get a sense that all hell is about ready to break loose"
    During Final Four week, Colonial Athletic Association commissioner Tom Yeager and other principals forcefully denied a CBSSports.com report that league basketball powers VCU and George Mason might move to the Atlantic 10. Less than a month later, some...