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While the National League Central Division race was still in question at the start of this week, one thing was certain – the St. Louis Cardinals are going back to the playoffs

Although the Cardinals have been hot, winning eight of 10 games through Monday, they backed into clinching their fourth straight postseason berth when the Milwaukee Brewers lost to Pittsburgh on Sunday. St. Louis lost 7-2 to Cincinnati at Busch Stadium on Sunday night before a crowd of 45,747, the Cardinals’ 52nd sellout of the season. […]

Hawks Soar

It wasn’t a blowout like last season’s Super Bowl when Seattle routed Denver by 35 points behind a swarming defense led by strong safety Kam Chancellor and cornerback Richard Sherman, and an efficient offense directed by quarterback Russell Wilson and powered by running back Marshawn Lynch. Last Sunday afternoon at Century Link Field before 68,447 […]

CV Toys With LC

By his own admission, Brian Gadsby wasn’t sharp, but still managed to lead the Crescenta Valley High football team to an easy 35-0 victory over La Canada this past Friday night at Moyse Field. After tossing two touchdowns in the first quarter, Gadsby, who will play baseball at UCLA, was intercepted four times in the […]

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2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

2014 California Football Weekly Scorecard

While several teams are still in the hunt for a playoff berth, the Los Angeles Angels can rest easy

The Angels became the first major league team to clinch a playoff berth with an 8-1 win over Seattle on Monday. “We have a long way to go,” Angels manager Mike Scioscia said. “I think these guys know the bigger prize that we need to keep our eyes on.” It is the first time the […]

Reduced

In a somewhat surprising move, the NCAA reduced Penn State’s sanctions last week, which upset many, but especially USC, which was hammered with a four-year probation, forced to give back the last two wins in 2004, including the Orange Bowl victory over Oklahoma, wiping out the 2005 season, banned from bowl action in 2010 and […]

Tigers’ Early Blitz

South Pasadena High’s football team came out like a buzzsaw in the first half as the visiting Tigers built an insurmountable lead and coasted to a 39-0 nonleague rout last Friday night. On the second play from scrimmage, running back Matthew Ayala (84 yards on eight carries) raced 64 yards for a touchdown, and after […]

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