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  • Stalder, Hoffmann are All-Americans in tennis

    Stalder, Hoffmann are All-Americans in tennis
    The top high school tennis players in Southern California gathered in the same room Monday night at the Newport Beach Yacht Club. In a sport as physically demanding and often isolated as tennis, rivalries sometimes may form. But everyone there for the...
  • State Senate backs $13 minimum wage, disclosure of who provides free trips

    State Senate backs $13 minimum wage, disclosure of who provides free trips
    The state Senate on Monday passed a bill that would raise California's $9 minimum wage to $11 an hour on Jan. 1 and boost it again to $13 in 2017. Sen. Mark Leno (D-San Francisco) made the proposal out of concern that census figures show a quarter of...
  • La Cañada boys' volleyball receives all-league recognition

    La Cañada boys' volleyball receives all-league recognition
    It's not too often that a team can maintain the core of its lineup for three seasons in a row. In the case of the La Cañada High boys' volleyball team, it has bucked the norm. Over the course of the past three seasons, the Spartans have posted winning...
  • Track: Lauren Rain Williams is running up to expectations

    Track: Lauren Rain Williams is running up to expectations
    The CIF state track and field championships are set for Friday and Saturday at Buchanan High School in Clovis, and one of the expected standouts of the weekend should be sophomore Lauren Rain Williams of Westlake Village Oaks Christian. She was part...
  • Kratzberg collected medals for Sailors

    Kratzberg collected medals for Sailors
    Emma Kratzberg did not grow up thinking she wanted to be a runner. She was actually more comfortable in the water, where she would swim in the summers with the neighborhood Newport Hills Swim Team. "It was kind of a random leap of faith," Kratzberg...
  • Sage Hill's home run hitter: Bock

    Sage Hill's home run hitter: Bock
    Even in high school baseball, Conner Bock found out that you have to negotiate a little bit to retrieve a memorable home run ball. He left all the dealing up to an adult. Trying to find Bock's game-winning two-run shot in the eighth that led Sage Hill...
  • Sea King champs!

    Sea King champs!
    NORWALK — Coaching at Corona del Mar High for 20 years, Coach Steve Conti has seen the effort before from his boys' volleyball team. He calls it the "Corona Cruise" mode. The Sea Kings sometimes have to go through some trials and tribulations...
  • High School Baseball: Sage Hill falls apart against Buckley

    High School Baseball: Sage Hill falls apart against Buckley
    One missed tag by Sage Hill School in the top of the seventh inning ended its shutout and then its baseball season. After putting up zeros in the first six innings, Sherman Oaks Buckley broke out of a slump in a major way in its final at-bat at Sage...
  • Crescenta Valley baseball heads back down to Mission Viejo looking for championship berth

    Crescenta Valley baseball heads back down to Mission Viejo looking for championship berth
    It will have been but a week since the Crescenta Valley High baseball team ventured deep into Orange County for a playoff game in Mission Viejo. But in a historic sense, it’s been quite a bit longer since the Falcons have gone this far. It was...
  • 818 Roundup: Crescenta Valley baseball walks off with dramatic playoff win; Burbank's ordinance banning short-term rentals in limbo

    818 Roundup: Crescenta Valley baseball walks off with dramatic playoff win; Burbank's ordinance banning short-term rentals in limbo
    Good morning, 818! Today is Saturday, May 30, 2015. Temperatures for today are forecasted to reach a high of 88 degrees and a low of 61 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. First, in sports: - The Crescena Valley High baseball team...
  • Hooper hauls in hardware in sensational season for CSUN softball

    Hooper hauls in hardware in sensational season for CSUN softball
    The following are updates on local athletes competing in college. Katie Hooper (Burbank High, 2013) Cal State Northridge softball sophomore: It was a stellar season for the former All-Area and All-CIF standout, one in which she picked up her share of...