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La Salle High School Welcomes Shari Iwatani as New Head Girls Volleyball Coach

La Salle’s Athletic Director, Marc Hernandez, announced Shari Iwatani as the new Head Girls Volleyball Coach. LSHS welcomes Ms. Iwatani to the Lancer Family. La Salle High School, 3880 E. Sierra Madre Blvd, Pasadena, (626) 351-8951 or visit www.lasallehs.org.          

Crestview Preparatory School Teacher Completes Boston Marathon

The recent 122nd Boston Marathon was nothing short of epic for the 30,000 runners including one of Crestview Preparatory School’s fourth grade teachers, Mrs. Baker. The forecast called for 100% chance of rain with horrible race conditions. It down poured all day long with wind gusts up to 40 mph…

Three St. Monica Academy Seniors Sign to Play College Sports

L-R: Sam Gutierrez, Peter Ford and Beau Barry. On Wednesday, May 30 three St. Monica Academy seniors – Beau Barry, Sam Gutierrez, and Peter Ford – signed National Letters of Intent to play collegiate sports. Beau will be playing baseball for Hendrix College (Arkansas), and both Sam and Peter will…

Mayfield Junior School’s Annual Sports Awards

Mayfield Junior School congratulates student athletes celebrated recently at the annual Sports Awards event. It was an awesome year with several League championships, first place wins and tremendous team work. Mayfield Junior School, 405 South Euclid Avenue, Pasadena, (626) 796-2774 or visit mayfieldjs.org.              

Ramona Convent’s Athletic Director to Receive “Champion for Character ” Award

Athletic Director Deb Drury has been selected by the CIF Southern Section Ethics in Sports Committee as a recipient of the “Champion for Character” award. This program recognizes student-athletes, coaches, administrators, athletic trainers, schools, officials, and members of the media who best exemplify the virtues of sportsmanship and character among…

Triple Crown Winner Justify is Back at Santa Anita; Will Make a Public Appearance with Jockey Mike Smith on Saturday at the Racetrack

Undefeated Triple Crown champ Justify returned to his home base at Santa Anita Park on Sunday and will make an appearance between races on Saturday,…

Boys Basketball: Ethan Henry Gets Shot Late in Senior Season, Helps La Salle Make Playoffs; Lancers’ Guard Earns Spot at Linfield College After Long, Arduous Process That is Example to All

Ethan Henry and his mother Emily Henry Ethan Henry isn’t just what’s right about high school athletics, he is what’s right about the American spirit.…

Will Rose Bowl Stadium See Another World Cup? With FIFA’s Award of 2026 Men’s Games to North America, It’s Possible

On Wednesday, FIFA approved a joint bid by the U.S., Mexico, and Canada for the 2026 Men’s World Cup, with two Los Angeles arenas, Pasadena’s…

Boys Volleyball: La Salle’s Will Dalgarn, CJ Rettig Named 2018 Pasadena Sports Now Players of the Year; Tiare Tuitama Earns Coach of the Year Honors

It doesn’t matter if you’re discussing boys or girls volleyball. When it comes to excellence in area programs, the first school that comes to mind…

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Maranatha’s Devyn Netz, Sammy Skinner, Named 2018 Pasadena Sports Now Most Valuable Softball Player, Coach of the Year

pictures courtesy of https://bigcasino.smugmug.com When Sammy Skinner was hired to replace longtime Maranatha athletic director Brian DeHaan, he didn’t really have thoughts of leading the MHS softball program. As the season kept creeping closer and closer and there wasn’t any suitable candidates that matched the high standards that Maranatha looks for in their coaches and leaders, a decision still needed to be made and soon. Eddie Arnett, who serves as the trusted assistant athletic director, and knowing Skinner had led multiple programs to state titles earlier in his career in the south, suggested that Skinner himself take over a Lady…

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