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California Interscholastic Federation

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  • Crescenta Valley baseball leads locals in Pacific League honors

    Crescenta Valley baseball leads locals in Pacific League honors
    Perhaps most notable about the recently concluded Pacific League baseball season was that Burroughs High claimed its first-ever Pacific League title, putting a halt to Crescenta Valley’s three-year title run in the process. However, it was also a...
  • Tully Talk: OMG, I'm the parent of a high schooler

    Tully Talk: OMG, I'm the parent of a high schooler
    Just a few days ago, my 13-year-old daughter Shannon, reveling in her final day of the eighth grade, walked into the house, put down her backpack and exclaimed emphatically, "I am now a high school freshman." It took me a few moments to process the...
  • Eleven local softball players grab All-Pacific League recognition

    Eleven local softball players grab All-Pacific League recognition
    There were plenty of players from the Crescenta Valley High, Glendale and Hoover softball teams who shined on the diamond throughout the season. Though only one of the three local teams qualified for the postseason, there was still plenty of talent put...
  • Baseball: Sea Kings go out as winners

    IRVINE — At the start and at the end of the home team's pregame introductions, the PA announcer called the names of those representing Corona del Mar High. John Emme coached and Teddy Stuka batted third in the lineup, while Jake Hastings was a...
  • Quartet on All-OCL first team for softball

    Estancia High juniors Felicia Rios and Maya Van Den Heever, as well as Costa Mesa junior Anessa Farldow and sophomore Brenna Alvis, have all earned first-team All-Orange Coast League honors in softball. Rios, a repeat first-team selection, batted a team-...
  • Smokeless tobacco ingrained in baseball, despite bans and Gwynn's death

    Smokeless tobacco ingrained in baseball, despite bans and Gwynn's death
    Rick Vanderhook played for Cal State Fullerton's 1984 College World Series championship team and was a Titans assistant when they won two more. So he remembers the days when cans and pouches of smokeless tobacco were omnipresent in the uniform pockets...
  • Crescenta Valley boys' basketball rolls past Burroughs, 45-25

    Crescenta Valley boys' basketball rolls past Burroughs, 45-25
    GLENDALE — Through the first couple of weeks of the summer season, the Crescenta Valley High and Burroughs boys' basketball teams have played exhausting schedules. In that stretch, neither team had faced each other. That changed when the Falcons...
  • La Cañada girls' basketball looks sharp in summer win over Flintridge Prep

    LA CAÑADA — Summer certainly took on a different look and had a different feel for the La Cañada High and Flintridge Prep girls’ basketball teams Tuesday evening. The Spartans were sound offensively, stout defensively and bullish in a...
  • Year in Review (part one): Breakthroughs and championships

    Year in Review (part one): Breakthroughs and championships
    The 2014-15 school year has come to an end. In prep athletics, the year began with a championship in girls' field hockey, and ended with championships won on the boys' volleyball court and baseball field. Below are some of the key highlights of the...
  • High School Roundup: Borowski steps down as OV baseball coach

    For the past 10 years, Shane Borowski has headed the Ocean View High varsity baseball program. The 2015 season, which wrapped last month for the Seahawks in the CIF Southern Section playoffs, turned out to be his final one as head coach. Borowski...
  • Numbers on rise at Falcon Summer Baseball Camp

    Numbers on rise at Falcon Summer Baseball Camp
    MONTROSE — With music blaring out of a black speaker behind home plate at Montose Park on Wednesday morning, more than 100 campers were doing wind sprints in deep right field. Shortly after completing the conditioning exercises at the sixth...