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  • Crescenta Valley baseball's Ted Boeke heading to Loyola Marymount

    Crescenta Valley baseball's Ted Boeke heading to Loyola Marymount
    Ted Boeke's heroics on a spring night against archrival Arcadia High have seemingly already grown into a bit of local legend. Following Boeke's two-out, seventh-inning three-run home run that propelled Crescenta Valley to a 5-4 win over Arcadia on May...
  • Orioles 2012 draft class retrospective: Where are they now?

    Orioles 2012 draft class retrospective: Where are they now?
    With the 2013 first-year player draft beginning tonight in Secaucus, N.J., it’s worth taking a peek back at where some of the Orioles’ notable picks from last season ended up — from the majors to the minors and some who opted to attend...
  • Lonnie Kauppila has productive baseball season for Stanford

    Keeping tabs on local athletes playing in college. Lonnie Kauppila (Burbank High, 2010) junior, infielder, Stanford University: The former Bulldogs standout was successful on the field, as well as in the classroom this season. Along with his...
  • J.A. Happ's injury revives a personal anguish for this baseball dad

    J.A. Happ's injury revives a personal anguish for this baseball dad
    Somebody is going to get killed out there. I've said it a hundred times, thought it a thousand. The only question was, what ballplayer would have to die on the mound before something was done to protect pitchers? The issue, in the news again after...
  • VCU, Butler bring welcome diversity to basketball's big stage

    VCU, Butler bring welcome diversity to basketball's big stage
    My prognosticator side detests this Final Four. VCU and Butler exited early on my bracket, Kentucky and Connecticut in the regional semifinals. Ditto for 2006 when George Mason intruded. I had the Patriots losing to Michigan State in the first round....
  • Anteaters consider mound options

    UC Irvine baseball coach Mike Gillespie is not fond of surprises. One of his most complimentary phrases when discussing a player is, "You know what you're going to get." When it comes to the lineup card during the Anteaters' 14-2 start — heading...
  • Casey, red-hot Concordia advance to World Series

    GLENDALE — The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Danny Casey (Glendale Community College, 2009) senior, Concordia University baseball: The La Crescenta resident played a role in helping the Eagles advance to the...
  • Briefs: Local surfer No. 1

    Courtney Conlogue, a Sage Hill School product, won the Estoril Surf & Music Billabong Girls Pro completed Saturday in Praia do Guincho, Portugal. Conlogue, who claimed the $4,500 winner's purse, defeated fellow Californian Lakey Peterson in the 30-minute...
  • Strong swims from Swinney pace Spartans

    The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Briana Swinney (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2010) sophomore, San Jose State women's swimming and diving: The Spartans are on fire — winners of six straight dual meets —...
  • Tribe's McDowell winds down fulfilling college career

    Tribe's McDowell winds down fulfilling college career
    Certainly, Quinn McDowell preferred that some things turn out differently. More wins, a conference title or two, a triumphant senior year. As the college career winds down for one of the most selflessly productive players in the history of William and...
  • Big shot lifts PCC

    The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Stella Ghazarian (Glendale, 2011) freshman, Pasadena City College women's basketball: Known for her sharpshooting skills since her days as a Nitro, Ghazarian came through in a big way...