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By Tim Peterson (Glendora) – Maranatha struggled offensively for most of the night and eventually fell to Rancho Verde 43-41 Saturday night at the Felix Event Center at Azusa Pacific in the CIF Division 1AA Final.
I’ll be the first to admit that it’s tough to get up for high school basketball – especially here in the San Gabriel Valley. The football season ends in December with all of the division championship games and then you’re getting ready for the holidays. There are tournaments going on but the start times are […]
Seeing Stengel Field is worth taking a drive to Glendale. It’s not your typical high school baseball field although the Crescenta Valley Falcons do call it their home.
Even though they had gotten off to a slow start, when Blake Hamilton threw down a slam dunk in the second quarter and Ajon Efferson hit a three you got the feeling it was over. Pasadena had committed a ton of turnovers and missed even more shots and the Bulldogs were still up by ten […]
(Anaheim) – Pasadena started slow but finished fast and eventually put away Arroyo Grande 50-35 Saturday to win the Division 3AAA Championship at the Anaheim Convention Center.
(Pasadena) – Pasadena will face Arroyo Grande Saturday at 1:00 p.m. at Anaheim Convention Center in the CIF Division 3AAA Final.
(Pasadena) – Brandon Jolley and Blake Hamilton combined for 41 points to lead Pasadena to an 81-67 win over Beverly Hills Friday night before a packed house at Tom Hamilton Gymnasium. With the victory the Bulldogs advance to the CIF Division 3AAA Finals.
(Pasadena) – Pasadena got 17 points from both Tyler Barber and Chris Bridges and went on to beat Keppel 63-48 Friday night before a standing room only crowd at Muir High School. With the victory the Bulldogs advanced to the CIF Division 2A Final Saturday at the Honda Center against Eisenhower.
By Juan Carlos Salas
By Juan Carlos Salas (Pasadena) – The Pasadena Bulldogs (2-0) more than doubled Arcadia (1-1) on Friday night with a 70-33 victory. Pasadena controlled the pace from the whistle, led by George Toyama, who led all scorers with 16 points, going 4 of 5 beyond the arc.