Posts tagged as: Brandon Hensley

Falcons’ Teams Don’t Last Long in CIF Playoffs

Falcons’ Teams Don’t Last Long in CIF Playoffs

By Brandon HENSLEY
A night of cold shooting doomed the Crescenta Valley High boys’ basketball team on Feb. 15, eliminating the Falcons in the first round of the CIF playoffs. The 64-40 home loss to Whittier ended another successful season for CV, which won 18 games and claimed third place in the Pacific League.
The Falcons were [...]

Residents at Council Meeting Angered Over Caltrans Freeway Project

Residents at Council Meeting Angered Over Caltrans Freeway Project

By Brandon HENSLEY
While it has been known for some time the residents of the foothills are unhappy with the I-210 freeway construction, the Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting on Feb. 16 gave those with strong opinions a chance to voice their displeasure with members of Caltrans in the room.
None of those opinions were as vociferous, [...]

Falcons’ Basketball Attempts Strong Finish

Falcons’ Basketball Attempts Strong Finish

By Brandon HENSLEY

After watching enough high school basketball over the years, there’s really no way to deny it: some nights lend themselves to an exciting atmosphere, and some don’t.

And on those more apathetic evenings, like Tuesday at Crescenta Valley High School, when players run out to a gym showing rows of empty spaces on its [...]

Rosemont Sports Keeps Winning

Rosemont Sports Keeps Winning

By Brandon HENSLEY
Both the Rosemont Middle School flag football and girls’ volleyball teams are off to great starts this season. Each team welcomed the Toll Titans to Rosemont on Jan. 26 where the Spartan girls’ won in straight sets and the Spartan football team won 16-6.
Both teams are 2-0 on the season, with games today [...]

CV Outlasts Burbank, Picking Up Steam

CV Outlasts Burbank, Picking Up Steam

By Brandon HENSLEY

The shots kept falling from beyond the arc for Burbank High School, but somehow, some way, every time the Falcons looked up at the scoreboard, they found themselves not far behind.

Eventually, Crescenta Valley took control late in the basketball game and pulled out a tough 64-62 home victory over the Bulldogs Tuesday night.

Consider [...]

New Season, Same Results for Village Christian Girls’ Basketball

New Season, Same Results for Village Christian Girls’ Basketball

By Brandon HENSLEY
Update: Mercy Odima has a hairline fracture on her left leg and will be out three to five weeks.
On Monday, the Village Christian girls’ basketball team trailed a powerful Oaks Christian squad by 14 points. Three days earlier, the team lost on a last-second three-pointer to Olympic League rival Valley Christian. You could [...]

Lopsided Scores for Basketball Teams in Past Week

Lopsided Scores for Basketball Teams in Past Week

By Brandon HENSLEY

n the midst of a busy schedule, the Crescenta Valley High School boys’ basketball team is trying to put the memory of an ugly loss last week behind it.

Heading into Wednesday’s action at Glendale High, the Falcons were 10-5 and 2-1 in the Pacific League after a thorough beat-down of Hoover High School [...]

Solid Opening Week for CVHS Teams

Solid Opening Week for CVHS Teams

By Brandon HENSLEY
The first week of the New Year means the start of Pacific League action for high school basketball, and the renewal of it in soccer.
The defending CIF Southern Section Division 1A champion Crescenta Valley Lady Falcons, who now play in Division 1AA, opened their league schedule with a 41-33 victory over the Burbank [...]

The Sports Year in Review, 2016

The Sports Year in Review, 2016

Local Area Girls’ basketball celebrated CIF titles and a trip to Sacramento, while on the track, Flintridge Prep’s Jack Van Scoter couldn’t be caught.

January
 
The Falcons boys’ basketball team won its league opener in a frenzied home game against Burroughs’ High School 61-50. Always a testy matchup, partly because of the play on the court and [...]

Winter Sports Updates

Winter Sports Updates

By Brandon HENSLEY

It’s almost time for league season to begin in high school sports, including for teams in the foothill area. Here’s a look at how some of the teams are faring so far in pre-league play:

The Crescenta Valley boys’ basketball team was 4-2 heading into Tuesday’s action in the San Fernando Valley tournament. The [...]


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