May 17, 2002
Gary Moskowitz NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- The 2002 Cool Coaster Competition will be up and rolling Saturday. The sixth annual all-city racing event will be at 9 a.m. Saturday near the entrance to Montrose Park at the corner of Clifton Place and Broadview Drive in Montrose. The event is being sponsored by Glendale Parks, Recreation & Community Services, Verdugo Hills Council Boy Scouts of America and Jewel City Kiwanis. Participants 7 to 13 will be racing coasters at Saturday's event.
August 6, 2009
CV Little League fall baseball program Crescenta Valley Little League will conduct its fall baseball program. There are no residency restrictions to participate. Age divisions are: 7-8 Competitive Tee-Ball, 9-10 Minor Baseball, and 11-12 Major Baseball. Skills evaluations for individual participation will be Aug. 23 and 30 at Montrose Park. External teams are welcome. For registration and additional information, go to www.cvlittleleague.com. Spots for AYSO Region 88 season A few spots are still available for the upcoming AYSO Region 88 fall season.
June 22, 2007
Parents, players and coaches of the Crescenta Valley Little League held their closing ceremonies last Saturday with a celebration at Montrose Park. Rows of jersey-clad children watched patiently as the champions of each division processed to home plate to receive trophies. Young little-leaguers chased an inflatable sandwich wandering the outskirts of the crowd. League administrators announced a plethora of awards for teams as well as individuals. MJB Flooring was honored for their recent junior baseball Tri-City championship.
May 17, 2008
Crescenta Valley Little League sign-ups The Crescenta Valley Little League will hold sign-ups for the upcoming fall season from noon to 4 p.m. today and Sunday at Montrose Park. The baseball and softball seasons are open to boys and girls ages 7-15. There are no league boundaries in the fall season and all participants are welcome. For more information and to download mail-in registration forms, visit the league?s website at www.cvlittleleague.com. News-Press seeking stats and honors The News-Press is seeking statistics from all coaches of their respective teams.
July 22, 2005
Hannah Cookson pitched six innings striking out 12 and giving up only two hits in the Crescenta Valley's 9-10 All Star team opening game. CV beat Foothill/Jewel City, 7-3. Cookson also had a base hit and scored twice. Cassandra Orosco and Madeline Fisher both hit doubles. Taylor Hill and Nicole Kim both had singles. The CV Junior All Stars will open sectional play as a host for the first time this Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Montrose Park against the winner of the District 17-District 51 game.
July 19, 2000
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan MONTROSE PARK -- Verdugo Major Baseball All-Star Coach Jeremy Camacho isn't a confident man. Before Monday's game against Tujunga he expected his team to lose in the second chance bracket game of the Little League District 16 Tournament. Verdugo proved Camacho wrong as it defeated Tujunga, 11-3, at Montrose Park. "I didn't expect to win this game, our team came out hitting and Heather Brusokas pitched very well," said Camacho.