The Crescenta Valley High School girls’ soccer team overcame a halftime deficit to beat Burroughs, 2-1, in a match with playoff implications on Tuesday.
Chloe Ataya and Ashlin Cuesta each scored for the Falcons, who remained a perfect 6-0 in Pacific League play.
Meanwhile, the Bears dropped to 4-2 in their six games this season, all of which have come in league play.
The Burroughs High School baseball team offense was essentially held in check for much of the game in a 6-2 loss to Crescenta Valley on Tuesday in a Pacific League matchup.
Burroughs starting pitcher Nick Forrest kept CV off balance his first time through the order, allowing just two singles and striking out two. Multiple errors yielded three unearned runs allowed on five hits, to go along with three strikeouts and one walk over four innings of work.
Seven different John Burroughs players had RBIs, the Bears’ No. 1-6 batters all had multi-hit games, and not a single Burroughs hitter struck out during their 14-2 six-inning victory over archrival Burbank at McCambridge Park on Thursday.
Multiple wild animal sightings had people in the Foothill communities on the lookout, for bears and, maybe, an ape.
Over the past week, Crescenta Valley Sheriff’s deputies have responded to multiple reports that two bears — a mom and her cub — were in La Cañada Flintridge neighborhoods, including Monday in the 4900 block of Terracita Lane. Continue reading “Wild Animals Spotted in Them Thar Foothills”