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Ramona’s Patricia Salazar ’21 Competes in International Dragon Boat Federation Club Crew World Championship

Ramona Convent Secondary School extends its congratulations to Patricia Salazar ’21 who recently competed in the International Dragon Boat Federation Club Crew World Championship held in Szeged, Hungary. Patricia is the team captain of the LA County Junior Team that represented USA in the Junior age category. Her team placed 4th overall among the junior teams from around the world. About Ramona Convent Secondary School…

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy Tologs Named to All-Area Softball Second Team

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy (FHS) Tologs Alli Lombardo ’18 and Cate Ziegler ’20 (pictured) have been named to the All-Area Softball Second Team! Congrats! Read the coverage in the Glendale News-Press. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 440 Saint Katherine Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, (626) 685-8500 or visit www.fsha.org.        …

Immaculate Heart Seventh Grader Kimi WM and Team Finished 21st in the Nation and 7th in Southern California

At the Team USA Volleyball’s Girls’ Junior National Championships in Detriot, rising seventh grader Kimi WM and her team, the Sunshine Volleyball Club’s 12 Westside, finished 21st in the nation and 7th in Southern California. Over the course of four days, Kimi and her team competed against nine other nationally-qualified…

High Point Girls Volleyball Team Participates in Girls Junior National Championships 2018 in Detroit MI

High Point Academy congratulates Caitlin, Lindsey and Ally who competed this past week in the Girls Junior National Championships 2018 event held in Detroit, MI. Caitlin’s team room 5th place in the 14 Open division and Ally and Lindsey’s Long Beach Mizuno team took gold placing them the #1 12s…

Maranatha High School Welcomes New Head Volleyball Coach Michael Del’Homme

Maranatha High School is proud to introduce new Head Volleyball coach Michael Del’Homme. Coach Del’Homme has over 30 years of experience coaching, hosting tournaments, clinics and summer camps at the high school and collegiate levels. For the past 18 years Coach Del’Homme has been coaching high school and club volleyball…

Boxers Will Duke It Out in Full Scale Boxing Ring and Free Boxing Exhibition in Front of Historic Pasadena City Hall

The City of Pasadena Human Services and Recreation Department will host its third annual, free “Centennial Square Boxing Show” featuring a full-scale boxing ring in…

Santa Anita Announces Turf Course Fully Renovated, Ready for 2018 Meet Opener

Zoe Metz Photography In an exact replication of last year’s regularly scheduled maintenance, Santa Anita Park announced yesterday that its turf course has been completely…

Hogarth Sets Record, Wins Pasadena City Amateur Championship for Sixth Time

Golfer Tim Hogarth. Via Facebook Northridge native Tim Hogarth won the annual Pasadena City Amateur Championship for a record sixth time on Sunday. The title…

Pasadena Soccer Fans, If Feeling Left Out by World Cup, Can Look Back at U.S. Women’s World Cup Historic Win in Rose Bowl

While the US isn’t currently participating in the World Cup, fans are still in a frenzy to catch the games as they happen, which in…

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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. Henry came to La Salle and early on, he played football and ran track, but his true calling, he felt, was basketball. Unfortunately and even more humbling for Henry, he played JV as a sophomore and he wasn’t a real scorer in his junior year, despite having solid defensive skills. His effort on the court was never in question, his talent and potential was clear for all to see, but in a number of season-ending…

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