Sports / November 14, 2018 Monrovia Wildcats Nearing Finish Line with Finals Meet on the Horizon

By Aaron Valdez The Monrovia cross country team’s season has almost come to an end as two of its total 23 runners will individually compete at the 2018 CIF-SS Ford Cross Country Championship Finals on Saturday. It’s been a long but fruitful season for the Wildcats who donned the smallest roster in the Rio Hondo...

Sports / November 7, 2018 Monrovia Crumbles in Season-Ending Loss to Palm Desert

By Aaron Valdez Monrovia football looked to make big noise in this year’s Division IX CIF playoffs, but their efforts ultimately fell short as it lost 52-28 to Palm Desert in the first round on Friday. Already feeling deflated from last week’s defeat to San Marino – which lost them the Rio Hondo League title...

Sports / October 31, 2018 Monrovia Captures First Playoff Win in Over 14 Years

By Aaron Valdez It’s certainly been a long time coming but the Monrovia boys’ water polo team ended a severe 14-year playoff drought, as it took down The Webb Schools 11-9 in the first round of CIF on Tuesday. “It feels great, but I’m always looking for the next game,” said Monrovia Head Coach Kris...

Sports / October 24, 2018 Monrovia Wildcats Run Out of Gas in First-Round Defeat to La Habra

By Aaron Valdez Monrovia girls’ volleyball showed true girt and resiliency in its CIF match-up against La Habra but it just wasn’t enough as the Highlanders swept the Wildcats to put and end to their 2018 campaign. The Wildcats recorded a season with many high and lows, going 4-4 in preseason with most of their...

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Monrovia Crumbles in Season-Ending Loss to Palm Desert
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Monrovia Crumbles in Season-Ending Loss to Palm Desert

By Aaron Valdez Monrovia football looked to make big noise in this year’s Division IX CIF playoffs, but their efforts ultimately fell short as it lost 52-28 to Palm Desert in the first round on Friday. Already feeling deflated from last week’s defeat to San Marino – which lost them the Rio Hondo League title…

Monrovia Captures First Playoff Win in Over 14 Years
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Monrovia Captures First Playoff Win in Over 14 Years

By Aaron Valdez It’s certainly been a long time coming but the Monrovia boys’ water polo team ended a severe 14-year playoff drought, as it took down The Webb Schools 11-9 in the first round of CIF on Tuesday. “It feels great, but I’m always looking for the next game,” said Monrovia Head Coach Kris…

Hernandez Leads Monrovia to Shutout Over South Pasadena
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Hernandez Leads Monrovia to Shutout Over South Pasadena

By Aaron Valdez It’s been an up-and-down season for Monrovia football but its quality of play the last three weeks has the Wildcats feeling they have a real chance to go unbeaten in Rio Hondo League action. The squad’s latest outing against South Pasadena on Friday proved that Monrovia is a force to be reckoned…

Road Win Keeps Monrovia Volleyball Within Striking Distance
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Road Win Keeps Monrovia Volleyball Within Striking Distance

By Aaron Valdez On the surface, it seemed Monrovia’s quick sweep of Temple City didn’t hold much significance. To the Wildcats, however, the victory could possibly serve as the turning point in their turbulent season as they fight to remain above .500. In recent weeks, Monrovia has fallen behind in the Rio Hondo League title…

Monrovia Accepting Registration for Co-Ed Youth Sports
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Monrovia Accepting Registration for Co-Ed Youth Sports

By Staff Registration is now open for the new co-ed Youth Sports Program. All fourth and fifth grade boys and girls have the opportunity to join the basketball team or cheerleading squad for the fall season. The reimagined Youth Sports Program provides city-wide sports programming instead of a school-site specific program. The fresh concept allows…

Monrovia Water Polo Can’t Hold On Against Polytechnic
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Monrovia Water Polo Can’t Hold On Against Polytechnic

By Aaron Valdez While Monday’s preseason game between Monrovia and Polytechnic didn’t hold many league or playoff implications, the intense atmosphere made every spectator think otherwise. The Wildcats held a 6-3 at the end of the third quarter but a shift in momentum helped the Panthers climb all the way back to take the game…

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