Honoring Legends to Benefit Pasadena's Youth
Arguably, Jackie Robinson is the most well known person in the history of Pasadena. His talent in sports literally changed America. We're fortunate that he was chosen to travel into the then unknown. Being the first African-American in Major League Baseball was a heavy burden during segregation.
George Terzian was the boys basketball coach at Pasadena High School for 17 years. During his tenure, PHS captured two CIF Championships, and made four CIF finals appearances.
While a student at John Muir High School, Alice Brown was one of the most dynamic sprinters in the California...or to ever put on a pair of track shoes in Pasadena, CA.
The gymnasium at Pasadena High School bares Tom Hamilton's name, a tribute to his success as the Bulldogs' Head Football Coach and Athletic Director.
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