New Dodgers Brass Pulls Off Flurry of Moves

By Mark FABRICK Baseball’s annual winter meetings concluded last week in San Diego, and few teams made as much noise as the Los Angeles Dodgers. The Dodgers upgraded their defense and positional depth as well as their long-term financial flexibility; however, they traded away two prominent fan favorites in Matt Kemp and Dee Gordon. The […]

Dodgers Playoff Preview

Finally, all of SoCal can watch the Dodgers on TV again. The team begins the Divisional Series against the Cardinals Friday at 3:30 p.m. on TBS. Dodgers On Deck writer Mark Fabrick shares his thoughts on how the Boys in Blue will fare in a rematch of last year’s NLCS. By Mark FABRICK The Los […]

Dodgers Leave Little Breathing Room

With just three weeks left in the Major League Baseball season, CV Weekly and Dodgers on Deck writer Mark Fabrick breaks down the Boys in Blue as they come down the home stretch. By Mark FABRICK It’s been a rough past few days for the Los Angeles Dodgers. Their offense was held in check by […]

Dodgers Try To End Slump

Can’t watch the Dodgers? You can at least read about them here. CV Weekly contributor and Dodgers on Deck writer Mark Fabrick has everything you need on the Boys in Blue. By Mark FABRICK After wrapping up a brilliant 6-3 road trip that included series wins in Anaheim and Atlanta, the Dodgers got swept at […]

Dodgers Hit The Road to Start Second Half

Chances are, you can’t watch the Dodgers on a regular basis. But you can read about them here in CV Weekly as sportswriter Mark Fabrick keeps you up to date on L.A.’s boys in blue. By Mark FABRICK Baseball’s second half is underway and the Los Angeles Dodgers are on one of their toughest road […]

‘Where Are Our Dodgers?’ Ask Local Viewers

By Mark FABRICK Sports writer Mark Fabrick ventures out into the community to see how locals are getting their Dodger Blue fix. The Los Angeles Dodgers currently sit at 48-39, a game out of first place in the National League West. The team has gone 17-8 since June 6 while making up a 9½ game […]

Falcons Lack Balance in Babe Herman Tournament

By Mark FABRICK It was a rough go of things for the Crescenta Valley High baseball team in this year’s Babe Herman Tournament, as the Falcons were just 1-2 in the 48th edition of the annual tournament heading into Wednesday’s consolation game against Birmingham High. Crescenta Valley lost the opener 6-3 to LaSalle on Saturday […]

Super Bowl XLVIII Predictions

Super Bowl XLVIII Predictions

Peyton’s legacy, Seattle’s defense and cold weather: CV Weekly’s sportswriters make their picks for the Big Game. Brandon HENSLEY The easiest Super Bowls to watch are the ones where your heart can sit comfortably without being pulled in every which way, where you don’t have to sit on the edge of your seat rooting for […]

Lady Falcons Basketball

Team Effort Leads Lady Falcons to Victory By Mark FABRICK Crescenta Valley Lady Falcons’ head coach Jason Perez couldn’t stop singing the praises of the players on his team following their 56-51 win over the Burbank High Bulldogs last night. “We have other kids who are starting to step up their games,” Perez said after […]

Lady Falcons Defeat Glendale in Pacific League Opener

By Mark FABRICK The Crescenta Valley Lady Falcons basketball team grinded out a 31-22 victory in a sloppy game against Glendale High on Tuesday night. The Falcons were ice cold in the first half, but they came out with purpose in the second half led by senior guard Ella Stepanian. Neither team seemed to come […]