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  • UConn Men Face Butler For National Title Monday Night

    UConn Men Face Butler For National Title Monday Night
    The season will end Monday night. The 41st game in this remarkable run will be the last. There is just another two-plus hours, 40 minutes of game time, for the 2010-11 Huskies to scramble around the court with the joy and passion that has defined a...
  • Gaels' core four honored

    GLENDALE — Shortly before the season began, Holy Family basketball Coach Ernest Siy mapped out a way for the Gaels to finish in the top three in the Horizon League. Siy concluded he would need big performances from a quartet of players to secure...
  • 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,...
  • Small schools make big strides

    Small schools make big strides
    This is the second of eight editions in which the News-Press looks back at the area's 2010-11 seasons, school by school, before looking ahead at the year to come. For the area's three small schools — Renaissance Academy, Holy Family and Glendale...
  • 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...
  • Gaels get monkey off their back

    PASADENA — Something had to give when the Holy Family High and Alverno girls' basketball teams met Thursday night without a win between the two squads. It didn't look good for Holy Family starting out, but the Gaels bounced back and used a lot of...
  • Gaels work overtime for win

    Gaels work overtime for win
    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — All of those losses that piled up throughout December and into early January are now a distant memory for the members of the Holy Family basketball team. Since the start of Horizon League play, the Gaels have turned around...
  • Nitros top Arcadia

    BOYS' SOCCER Glendale 4, Arcadia 2: Artur Nazarian scored a pair of goals to lift the Nitros (2-5-3 in league) to a Pacific League win at home on Friday. Muir 4, Hoover 3: There seemed to be little hope left for the Tornadoes as they faced a three-...
  • From the Tarpit: BracketBusters be gone

    Now that initial excitement about the James Madison-Detroit matchup has subsided, we can better examine the annual annoyance wrapped in a bouquet known as BracketBusters. Like the Republican debate schedule and Super Bowl halftime shows, BracketBusters...
  • Gaels' league title hopes alive

    SOUTHWEST GLENDALE — It was a furious, yet improbable and perhaps unforeseen offensive outburst for the Holy Family basketball team in the fourth quarter of its Horizon League contest with first-place Bishop Conaty-Loretto. The second-place Gaels...
  • Prep gets its title share

    GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Prep 1, Webb 0: The Rebels took 32 shots, but only a Kaitlyn Kelleher goal in the 63rd minute found the back of the net. It was enough to clinch a share of the Prep League title, though, as Tuesday's league road win improved...