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New Season, Same Results for Village Christian Girls’ Basketball

New Season, Same Results for Village Christian Girls’ Basketball

By Brandon HENSLEY

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 have looked at the overall record of the Crusaders and shrugged. They were about to lose their second [...]

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 [...]

Council Swears in New Members, Says Goodbye to Davis, Suh

Council Swears in New Members, Says Goodbye to Davis, Suh

By Brandon HENSLEY

The last Crescenta Valley Town Council meeting of 2016, held on Dec. 15 inside the La Crescenta Library community room, saw fresh faces introduced to council as well as familiar ones saying goodbye.

Newly elected L.A. County Supervisor Kathryn Barger swore in members Charles Beatty, Brandon Lee, Harry Leon, Aram Ordubegian, Kyle Studebaker and [...]

Solid Showing from Rosemont at LA84 Run4Fun

Solid Showing from Rosemont at LA84 Run4Fun

By Brandon HENSLEY
Representation from Rosemont Middle School was out in force in downtown L.A. for the annual Run4Fun event on Dec. 10.
It was there, around Elysian Park, that 39 runners from Rosemont joined over 1,400 other middle school students in LA84 Foundation’s annual 1.2-mile race.
The Spartans did quite well, too. There were six races kids [...]

Alumni Still Rule, Varsity Look Good Heading into Season

Alumni Still Rule, Varsity Look Good Heading into Season

By Brandon HENSLEY
There was alumnus Matt Oliver missing a wide-open layup. There was alumnus Narbeh Ebrahimian, battling it out down low and becoming more unnerved by the minute by the physical play.
And yet, when it was all over on Nov. 23 in the main gymnasium at CV High School, the alumni walked away winners over [...]

Winter Sports Ready to Begin

Winter Sports Ready to Begin

By Brandon HENSLEY
The fall sports season at Crescenta Valley is coming to a close, with only cross country still competing. The boys’ water polo team lost to Wilson HS on Nov. 9 in the CIF Division II playoffs, 16-7, ending its season with a 13-13 record, 5-3 in the Pacific League.
Water polo will now continue [...]

Dominant Year Ends on Sour Note for Falcons

Dominant Year Ends on Sour Note for Falcons

By Brandon HENSLEY
An uncharacteristic performance by both the offense and the defense of the Crescenta Valley High football team led to an early playoff exit last Friday night. The Saugus Centurions came into Moyse Stadium and ended the Falcons’ season with a 38-29 victory in the first round of the CIF Division VI playoffs.
CV took [...]


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