LA CAÑADA — A gratifying season for the La Cañada High girls' tennis team came to an end on Friday afternoon. Competing in the second round of the CIF playoffs for the first time since 2013, the Spartans fell, 12-6, to visiting Great Oak in the Division II matchup. La Cañada defeated Ayala in the first round on Wednesday — a positive for the program and its underclassmen.
GLENDALE — Holy Family had little trouble prevailing in its CIF Southern Section Divison IX girls’ volleyball first-round match to begin its first playoff trip since 2011. The Gaels showed superior play en route to a 25-20, 25-18, 25-10 victory over visiting Dunn of Los Olivos Tuesday night at Pacific Park. The win marks the fifth straight for the Gaels, who were led by 14 kills by co-captain Meghann Velasquez.
LA CAÑADA — It'll go down as another defeat in the loss column, but the La Cañada High football team had positive vibes after Friday's night game. The Spartans lost 33-13 to Temple City in their final home and league contests of the season, but senior night had the team playing its most spirited and confident. Lowest margin of defeat, lowest number of points allowed and highest scoring output in five games were achievements for a young, rebuilding team.
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Selecting a term
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