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Sports Year in Review

Sports Year in Review

Championships, transfers, and an ongoing issue with a beloved stadium were all part of a memorable year for sports in the foothills.

By Brandon HENSLEY

Photos by Jason BALLARD, Leonard COUTIN, Ed HAMILTON, Brandon HENSLEY and Michael YEGHIAYAN

First Quarter
The Falcons boys’ basketball team opened the Pacific League portion of its season with an impressive road win at [...]

State Denies Suit Challenging Quintero’s Eligibility

State Denies Suit Challenging Quintero’s Eligibility

By Ted AYALA
State Atty. Gen. Kamala Harris’ office rejected a lawsuit brought by a pair of Glendale residents challenging Councilmember Frank Quintero’s eligibility for his position. The lawsuit filed by John Rando and Marian Rodas earlier this year contended that Quintero violated Article VI, Section 12 of the Glendale City Charter: “No former councilmember shall [...]

»Crescenta Valley 2013 Football Preview

»Crescenta Valley 2013 Football Preview

Falcons Hope for Total Team Effort
By Brandon HENSLEY
2012 Season: 19.4 points per game/22.3 points allowed per game/4 touchdowns passes all year/3 different quarterbacks used.
Record: 5-5. Missed CIF playoffs.
Players to watch in 2013: Brian Gadsby, QB/Kevin Hello, RB-DB/Connor Van Ginkle, WR.
Could be possibly interesting: Pavle Atanackovic was a star kicker for Falcon football and won the [...]

Samford to Leave Falcon Softball

Samford to Leave Falcon Softball

After taking on the role of softball head coach just two short seasons ago, Mark Samford decides to move on.
By Brandon HENSLEY
Crescenta Valley High School softball coach Mark Samford stepped down from that position last week, citing personal reasons that he declined to detail.
“Everything’s fine,” said Samford, who resigns after two years of leading the [...]

Get to Know … Brian Gadsby

Get to Know … Brian Gadsby

Get to Know … Brian Gadsby
Multi-sports stars at the high school level aren’t anything new. Still, if this past year was any indication, Brian Gadsby’s name probably needs to be in the conversation.
Brian is only finishing up his sophomore year at Crescenta Valley High School, but he played a big role on the field for [...]

CV Softball Season in Review

CV Softball Season in Review

By Brandon HENSLEY
2013 Regular Season: 14-10-1
Playoffs: CIF Division III Wild-card, lost to La Salle 3-1.
Departing seniors: Brady Sanford, Jordan Green, Jessica Morena, Riane Garcia, Molly Burke.
But Look Who’s Coming Back: Pitcher Olivia Thayer, shortstop Hailey Cookson, center fielder Hannah Cookson.
The Crescenta Valley High Lady Falcons probably could have, should have been better in 2013. Coach [...]

Bad Inning Ends Falcons’ Softball

Bad Inning Ends Falcons’ Softball

 
Taylor Hill’s home run isn’t enough as errors in fifth help Lancers end CV’s season.
By Brandon HENSLEY
If it means anything to the Crescenta Valley High softball team, it would have been a long road ahead even it won Tuesday’s road playoff game against La Salle, and not just figuratively.
The Falcons would have had to make [...]

Falcons to Recognize Seniors, Face Rival Arcadia

Falcons to Recognize Seniors, Face Rival Arcadia

By Brandon HENSLEY
Today on the softball field of Crescenta Valley High School, one thing will happen for sure: the Lady Falcons will recognize their seniors at home plate in the last regular season home game they’ll ever play.
One other thing might also happen: they could secure second place in the Pacific League, thereby increasing the [...]

Car Strikes Deer Near School

Car Strikes Deer Near School

On Tuesday afternoon, a young male deer was hit by a vehicle near the front of Rosemont Middle School. The deer collapsed on the ground near the parking lot. School staff Susan Stefun and Karen Bomar responded as did concerned students.
Boy Scouts Matthew Bomar and Matthew Ynez knelt down with the deer to help keep [...]

Spartans Sneak Past Wilson

Spartans Sneak Past Wilson

By Alex DUPLESSIS
The Rosemont Middle School flag football team (3-1) came into Wilson last Thursday looking to avenge its only loss of the season – and they did so in dramatic fashion, winning 10-6.
The Spartans got out to a fast start, recording a safety on Wilson’s opening play from scrimmage. They appeared poised to strike [...]


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