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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Glendale News-Press | October 23, 2013
PASADENA - Cross-town rivals Hoover and Glendale highs traveled east for a boys' water polo Pacific League matchup in the pool at Pasadena City College in the final regular-season contest in league competition for both squads. The host Nitros came in with the chance to finish their Pacific League schedule undefeated and, despite playing with a self-diagnosed lack of focus, they came through with a 19-10 victory late Wednesday afternoon. “We weren't focused enough,” Nitro Artak Arzumanyan said.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | August 9, 2012
Half of Glendale High School's new freshman class packed the gym Thursday morning as teacher Kevin Ozar said, “Welcome to high school!” Then he asked each student to give a shoulder massage to the one in front of them. “It's the very first thing we do and they freak out,” Ozar said. As a facilitator with Boomerang Project, Ozar started the day's first ice-breaker at the sixth annual Link Crew event - a half-day of activities, prompts and exercises that connect Glendale High's freshmen to its juniors and seniors.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | November 8, 2013
After the Glendale High girls' volleyball team recorded its first winning season since the 1990s, co-coach Jennifer Vo briefly mulled over if the program's latest body of work in the regular season would warrant possible playoff consideration. Glendale went 11-9 and 7-7 in the Pacific League for fifth place. While the top four teams from the Pacific League automatically qualify for the playoffs, Vo reviewed several key factors that she figured might work in the Nitros' favor in an effort to extend their season.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 13, 2013
Though the Glendale High girls' water polo team saw its season come to a close on Wednesday afternoon, season-long expectations were met. Before the season started, Glendale Coach Forest Holbrook said the two main goals were to finish no worse than third place in the Pacific League and qualify for the postseason. Having achieved those accomplishments, the Nitros saw their season end with an 18-3 loss to Redlands East Valley in a CIF Southern Section Division V first-round match.
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By Emin Avakian, Special to the Glendale News-Press | January 24, 2014
GLENDALE - A pair of extended scoring runs proved to be instrumental in the Glendale High girls' basketball team's commanding 55-36 win over rival and host Hoover Friday evening. After allowing the game's opening points, the Nitros used a 13-0 run in the first quarter to seize momentum and never looked back, as a 11-0 run in the second quarter came on the heels of a Tornadoes spurt and created separation yet again. PHOTOS: Glendale High girls' outscores Hoover 55-36 All in all, it was a convincing win for a Glendale team that was backed by relentless defense throughout the first of two meetings between the two rival schools.
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By Kelly Corrigan, kelly.corrigan@latimes.com | January 9, 2014
Kalman Aron was 21 when he was freed after being held in several Nazi camps for four years, still determined to live his life after losing most of his family during the Holocaust. On Thursday, Susan Beilby Magee, a family friend of Aron's told his story to Glendale High students and shared his paintings featured in a book she published, “Into the Light: The Healing Art of Kalman Aron.” In 1941, the Nazis invaded Latvia, and killed Aron's parents, who had supported Aron's art since he was a boy growing up in Riga, Latvia, drawing since age 3. From the ages of 17 through 21, Aron spent time in seven slave labor and concentration camps in Riga, the Baltic Forest, Poland, Germany and Czechoslovakia.
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By Joey Kaufman, Special to the Glendale News-Press | March 29, 2014
GLENDALE - Daniel Choi made sure the Glendale High baseball team left with at least one victory Saturday afternoon. The senior right-handed starter put in six strong innings of work to lead the Nitros past visiting Flintridge Prep in the second game of a doubleheader, 4-2. The teams tied, 10-10, in their first meeting after the game was called in extra innings. “I just wanted to keep my teammates going,” Choi said, “to show that we're in it until the very end.” Although not overly dominant, striking out just two batters, Choi was effective and efficient, mixing his fastball and off-speed pitches.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 10, 2013
GLENDALE - There hasn't been much activity during the early stages of the season for the Glendale High and Hoover girls' tennis teams entering their Pacific League opener against each other Tuesday. Prior to Tuesday, Hoover had played just one match. Glendale, on the other hand, had yet to partake in a contest. After shaking off the rust, Glendale proceeded to win seven doubles sets to register a 13-5 home victory. “It's kind of scary not to have played at least one nonleague match before starting off league,” said Glendale Coach Bob Davidson, whose team also won six singles sets in the first of two head-to-head matchups with Hoover (1-1)
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By Joey Kaufman, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 29, 2014
GLENDALE - Back in 2011, in its inaugural season, the Glendale High girls' lacrosse team finished winless in eight games, as the Nitros struggled to stay competitive, much less vie for league titles. But fast forward four years, the picture certainly looks a bit brighter since that first season as a CIF sanctioned team. On Tuesday afternoon at Moyse Stadium, Glendale moved within one game of clinching a share of its first Pacific League championship by defeating Chaminade, 8-7. A victory over Westridge on Friday for Glendale (12-5, 6-1 in league)
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