Pasadena Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Pasadena, CA

  • Friday | via Los Angeles Times 

    Boys' basketball: Redondo knocks off No. 1 Corona Ce...

    In Las Vegas, Redondo stamped itself as one of the elite teams in Southern California on Friday night, defeating No. 1 Corona Centennial, 55-54, in a divisional semifinal game of the Tarkanian Classc Chris Famous had a chance to tie the game for Centennial with 5.9 seconds left by made only one of two free throws.


  • Thursday Dec 18 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Ismail, Flintridge Prep girls' basketball turns back...

    There are several things that Tala Ismail does well on the court while for the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team. The junior forward can score in the paint and make long-distance shots.


  • Wednesday Dec 17 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Crescenta Valley's Lobianco hauls in Pacific League ...

    Crescenta Valley's Jordan Lobianco runs with the ball against Muir in the first half of a Pacific League football game at Muir High School on Friday, October 24, 2014. Lobianco was named the 2014 Pacific League co-most valuable player, along with USC-bound Taeon Mason of Muir.


  • Saturday Dec 13 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy bask...

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 65, Holy Martyrs 43: Led by tournament most valuable player Jenna Tran's 14 points, the Tologs won the Pasadena Poly Tournament championship Saturday evening. The Tologs also received 12 points from Casey Johnson, who was an all-tournament selection.


  • Friday Dec 12 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Sports Roundup: Holy Family, Flintridge Sacred Heart...

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Holy Family 51, Fulton 32: Charisse Talaro scored 16 points and Tabitha Ruiz and Liyah Lewis added 15 each for Holy Family in Vaughn Tournament on Friday. Holy Family will now play in the tournament title game Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 64, Marshall Fundamenal 34: Kelly Fradet and Camilia Homans finished with 16 points each in the Pasadena Poly Tournament on Friday.


  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Forever these Falcons will be champions

    "I firmly believe that any man's finest hours - his greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear - is that moment when he has worked his heart out in good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle - victorious." - Vince Lombardi In a season in which dreams were so often spoke of, the reality was that the Falcons awoke Saturday as champions.


  • Tuesday Dec 9 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Sports Roundup: Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy bask...

    GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 66, Providence 56: Jessica Wirthlin had eight points and 13 rebounds and Jessica Tran added 22 points Tuesday to lead the Tologs to a victory in the Pasadena Poly Tournament. Holy Family 52, Northridge Academy 25: Tabitha Ruiz finished with 17 points and Gaby Perez collected 10 points and 10 rebounds Tuesday to lead the Gaels in the Vaughn Tournament.


  • Monday Dec 8 | via Press-Telegram 

    Girls Basketball: Long Beach Poly off to hot start

    Long Beach Poly girls basketball coach Carl Buggs said he expected it would take some time for his inexperienced team to gel and develop-apparently his Jackrabbits don't read their press clippings. Poly got the season off to a roaring start last week by going 4-0 to claim the Redondo Beach Tournament championship, with victories over Harvard-Westlake, Serra, Redondo Union, and Chaminade.


  • Friday Dec 5 | via LA Daily News 

    Maranatha beats Oak Park for coach Tim Tuckera s 400...

    PASADENA >> When Tim Tucker completed his Pasadena High School, Wyoming and then Westmont playing careers, the last thing he expected was to be a high school basketball coach. “When I got into this game, I did not think that I would be this long in high school ball,” Tucker said.


  • Thursday Dec 4 | via Glendale News-Press 

    Forty-eight minutes to CIF glory for Crescenta Valle...

    Forty-eight minutes and one very good Downey High football team are all that remain standing in the way of Crescenta Valley claiming a CIF Southern Section Southeast Division championship and an undefeated season for the ages. For 13 weeks, the Falcons have thrilled their growing faithful with win after win during a run that's seen them claim their first Pacific League championship since 2004 and march to the CIF title game for only the second time in program history and the first time since 1973.


Pasadena High Schools

Blair High (1201 South Marengo Avenue)
John Muir High (1905 North Lincoln Avenue)
Pasadena High (2925 East Sierra Madre Boulevard)
Rose City High (Continuation) (351 Hudson Avenue)