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Watch Live Video from 2011 SFV Invitational on iHigh!

Dec 20, 2011 • San Fernando Valley Invitational Tournament
iHigh.com, the Global Youth Network, announced today that basketball fans around the world can view live video from the 2011 San Fernando Valley Invitational Tournament. More

Elite Hoops Showcase alumni pepper Hoopmasters National 2014 rankings

Feb 9, 2011 • by Horace Neysmith • All Metro Sports
Canadian Andrew Wiggins edges Dalkari Johnson, Joel Berry, Jahlil Okafor, and James Blackmon for top spot among freshmen. Southeast players Joel Berry (FL), Leron Black (TN), Craig Victor (LA), Theo Pinson (NC), Trayvon Reed (AL), Jalen Lindsey (TN) and Tadric Jackson (GA) represent seven of the top More

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UW football gets verbal commitment from Tevis Bartlett

Dec 18, 2014 • The Seattle Times
Tevis Bartlett, a 6-foot-4, 215-pound, three-star athlete from Cheyenne, Wyo., made a verbal commitment to the Huskies on Thursday, becoming Washington's 21st known recruit for the Class of 2015. He chose UW over scholarship offers from Oregon, ... More

Young Trailblazers ready to run

Dec 19, 2014 • The News-Press
Success seemingly arrived at warp speed for the Sierra Canyon School's boys basketball team, which finished 29-4 and won the Southern California Open Division's consolation championship last season with three freshman in the starting lineup. A closer ... More

A look at two of the Huskies' under-the-radar recruits for 2015

Dec 18, 2014 • The Seattle Times (blog)
“I'm not going to say he's Scooby Wright (from Arizona), but he is another Northern California guy who all the in-state schools overlooked,” Huffman said. “He almost singlehandedly took his team to state championship game last year. … I think the ... More

Plastic Bag Ban Suspended as Opponents Get Referendum on Ballot

Feb 25, 2015 • Patch.com
It was a backroom deal between the California Grocers Association and their union friends to scam consumers out of billions of dollars in bag fees, all under the guise of environmentalism, said Lee Califf, the executive director of the American ... More

Power Outages Affect About 50000 Around Los Angeles

Dec 12, 2014 • Patch.com
In areas covered by Southern California Edison, 5,082 customers were without electrical service as of 7:30 p.m., the utility reported. About 1,950 customers were impacted in Los Angeles County and another 529 were without service in Orange County, ... More

Wigfall Named Girls Volleyball Coach at Sierra Canyon

Mar 12, 2013 • Patch.com
As Valedictorian of her senior class, she understands the unique task of balancing both a high-level athletic and academic standard. Sierra Canyon School Athletics Director Rock Pillsbury says of Wigfall, “Stefanie has everything I wanted in a coach ... More

Elegantly Outfitted Sierra Canyon Athletic Fields Now Complete

Jun 24, 2014 • Archinect
After tight coordination with the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, the Department of Water and Power, city planning agencies and the surrounding neighborhood, the Sierra Canyon Athletic Fields are now complete. The new facilities ... More

Young artist offers new perspective on gun culture

May 29, 2014 • Coastline Pilot
Charles Gitnick, a sixth-grader at Sierra Canyon School in Chatsworth, has made dozens of mixed-media pieces that feature replica guns mounted on backdrops and painted with acrylics. (Jeremy Standring / December 3, 2013) ... More

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