Los Angeles has no shortage of stunning libraries. From Glendale’s strikingly Moorish Brand Library to the handsome wood-paneled Ella Strong Denison Library at Scripps College in Claremont to USC’s cathedral-like Hoose Library of Philosophy,
The Northview girls tennis team finished an improbable run in the CIF Southern Section Division 5 team tennis playoffs by winning the championship with a 10-8 victory over Apple Valley on Friday at the Claremont Club.
Brad’s wife, Jill Koshak-Johnson, said she knew of his Air Force ambitions when the two met in college. Johnson was attending Claremont McKenna College while Koshak-Johnson enrolled at Scripps College. “His mom said he was always staring out the window ...
CLAREMONT >> For years, the San Marino and La Cañada girls tennis teams dueled each other twice over the course of Rio Hondo League play, each time with the title on the line. But at the Claremont Club on Friday,
La Cañada vs. San Marino at the Claremont Club, 11:30 a.m. Friday’s championship: San Dimas vs. Long Beach Poly, Claremont Club, 1:30 p.m. Friday’s championship: Apple Valley vs. Northview, Claremont Club,
It was December 16, 2003 when Maddie Coles was born. About a minute later, her twin brother Chris was born. “I lost the first race,” Chris said. “But I’ve come back a few times.” The Claremont seniors have been at each other’s side ever since.
The Rancho Bernardo Swim and Tennis Club’s 65+ tennis team will head to Surprise, Ariz., for the 65+ USTA National Championships, Feb. 11-13. The team won the national crown in back-to-back years (2018-19) after losing the finals there in 2017.
Not bad for a program that entered the year with an 11-game losing streak, hadn’t won a league game since 2014, and hadn’t qualified for the playoffs since 2010. But there’s one player, junior defensive end Zack Evans,
Canyon Crest Academy, the San Diego Section girls tennis champion, won a pair of matches Friday and will play for the Southern California championship today. “The girls played magnificently,” said Ravens coach Chris Black.
Here is a look at high school football semifinal games involving Inland teams Friday, Nov. 19. IE Varsity info: Etiwanda is looking to advance to the section finals for the first time since 1990. The Eagles advanced to the semifinals with a 28-21 victory over Loyola.
It was just two years go that the Alhambra high school football team was having one of its best season’s in decades. Alhambra went undefeated in the Almont League in 2019 and took a perfect 12-0 record to the CIF Southern Section Division 13 semifinals where they fell short of reaching the title game in a close 28-24 loss to Ramona.