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January 8, 2000
Peter Fuertes Jim Bonds, who has been the head coach of Alemany High's football team the last three seasons, has been named head football coach at St. Francis High. Bonds replaces Bill Redell, who resigned after seven seasons to take over the football head-coaching duties at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village. The 31-year-old Bonds is not new to the St. Francis environment. Prior to taking the Alemany job in 1997, Bonds, a former quarterback at UCLA, he served as the offensive coordinator for the Golden Knights for four seasons.
NEWS
January 20, 2003
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 4, Mission Hills Alemany 0: Junior Betsy McGovern set a new school record with her eighth shutout -- breaking Nicole Yonai's mark of seven in 2000-01 -- in Saturday's Mission League triumph at Alemany High. Sophomores Hannah Hand, Maggie Martone and Courtney West led the offensive attack for Flintridge Sacred Heart (10-5-1, 2-2 in league), which recorded at least 10 wins for only the third time in program history.
NEWS
September 11, 2000
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan NORTH HILLS -- Flintridge Prep High running back Omar Dittu was a one-man wrecking crew. He almost single-handedly propelled his team to victory Saturday night against Los Angeles Baptist High. But his efforts were not enough for the Rebels. The Knights defeated the Rebels, 48-41 at Alemany High in the opening game for both teams of the 2000 high-school football season. Dittu rushed for 295 yards in 25 carries. But with his team down by seven points with three seconds to play, it was Devin Brown who got the carry from the three-yard line.
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January 31, 2001
Peter Samore LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- In quest of its first Mission League win, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy played close with Alemany High, trailing by three points at the end of one quarter. However, the Tologs scored just four points in the second quarter and allowed the Indians 22. The Tologs couldn't recover, and lost the girls' basketball game, 61-38, Tuesday in the Tolog gym. Flintridge Sacred Heart (3-15, 0-7 in league) went 5:37 without a basket in the second quarter.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | February 4, 2011
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — With its sights squarely set on overtaking Alemany High for third place in the Mission League, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' basketball team got the rare opportunity to take a shot directly at the Warriors on its home court Thursday night. But even up close, Alemany proved to be an elusive target, winning, 66-56, and forcing the Tologs to rely on an at-large bid to qualify for the CIF Southern Section Division 5AA postseason. "I told the girls before this game that we needed to approach this like it's a playoff game because if we would have won this game it would have put us in a position to still take third place and an automatic bid from Mission League for CIF," said Tologs Coach Gino Pacella, whose team has two league games remaining and is currently ranked eighth in the division.
NEWS
April 1, 2000
Erik Boal GLENDALE SPORTS COMPLEX -- Under fifth-year Coach George Tibbetts, the Flintridge Sacred Heart softball team has suffered its share of tough losses in the Mission League. And despite the fact that the Tologs lost to Alemany High, 5-1, in 14 innings Friday at the Glendale Sports Complex, Tibbetts' squad is taking steps in the right direction toward competing with the best the league has to offer. "I have nothing but respect for Alemany, they played a great game," Tibbetts said.
SPORTS
By Dylan Kruse | February 15, 2008
BURBANK — The Crescenta Valley High girls’ water polo team found out firsthand all the emotions that the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs can bring on Thursday. And that was just in the final 20 seconds. Fortunately for the Falcons, the emotion that hit them last was one of exhilaration. Crescenta Valley senior Keri Kunkel lobbed a shot over the head of Alemany High goalie Olivia Donnelly as the final buzzer blared to lift Crescenta Valley to a wild 8-7 second-round playoff victory at Burbank High.
NEWS
By Grant Gordon | April 5, 2008
PASADENA ? Entering its Mission League bout with visiting Alemany High on Friday afternoon, the St. Francis baseball had everything going its way. It had won six of seven games, including its first league triumph, and had debuted in the CIF Southern Section Division III rankings at No. 9. All that momentum went the opposite way against the Indians at Jackie Robinson Field, however. ?It just didn?t happen today,? said Golden Knights first-year Coach Brian Esquival after his squad?
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | July 1, 2006
MISSION HILLS ? Missed lay-ups, turnover after turnover and coaches in T-shirts, shorts and flip-flops. Yep, it's summer basketball. Summer or not, nobody on the Hoover High boys' basketball team was shrugging off Friday afternoon's 41-40 loss to Alemany in the pool play of the Fireworks Spectacular at Alemany High. In fact, a relaxed outlook was to blame for the Tornadoes' sluggish start. "We just came out asleep," said Hoover senior Zareh Zargaryan, who was a one-man gang for the Tornadoes.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | February 4, 2011
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — With its sights squarely set on overtaking Alemany High for third place in the Mission League, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' basketball team got the rare opportunity to take a shot directly at the Warriors on its home court Thursday night. But even up close, Alemany proved to be an elusive target, winning, 66-56, and forcing the Tologs to rely on an at-large bid to qualify for the CIF Southern Section Division 5AA postseason. "I told the girls before this game that we needed to approach this like it's a playoff game because if we would have won this game it would have put us in a position to still take third place and an automatic bid from Mission League for CIF," said Tologs Coach Gino Pacella, whose team has two league games remaining and is currently ranked eighth in the division.
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By Grant Gordon | April 5, 2008
PASADENA ? Entering its Mission League bout with visiting Alemany High on Friday afternoon, the St. Francis baseball had everything going its way. It had won six of seven games, including its first league triumph, and had debuted in the CIF Southern Section Division III rankings at No. 9. All that momentum went the opposite way against the Indians at Jackie Robinson Field, however. ?It just didn?t happen today,? said Golden Knights first-year Coach Brian Esquival after his squad?
SPORTS
By Dylan Kruse | February 15, 2008
BURBANK — The Crescenta Valley High girls’ water polo team found out firsthand all the emotions that the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs can bring on Thursday. And that was just in the final 20 seconds. Fortunately for the Falcons, the emotion that hit them last was one of exhilaration. Crescenta Valley senior Keri Kunkel lobbed a shot over the head of Alemany High goalie Olivia Donnelly as the final buzzer blared to lift Crescenta Valley to a wild 8-7 second-round playoff victory at Burbank High.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | October 26, 2006
The following are previews of the area's upcoming football games. Despite all of the fanfare and excitement accompanying the St. Francis High football team's 5-2 run through the first seven weeks of the 2006 season, the fact is its true objective begins Friday night at 7:30 p.m. when the Golden Knights host Alemany High in the teams' Mission League opener. The Golden Knights have defeated Alemany (4-3), which was 0-5 in league last season, by a combined score of 61-10 over the last two regular season meetings going back to 2004.
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By Grant Gordon | July 1, 2006
MISSION HILLS ? Missed lay-ups, turnover after turnover and coaches in T-shirts, shorts and flip-flops. Yep, it's summer basketball. Summer or not, nobody on the Hoover High boys' basketball team was shrugging off Friday afternoon's 41-40 loss to Alemany in the pool play of the Fireworks Spectacular at Alemany High. In fact, a relaxed outlook was to blame for the Tornadoes' sluggish start. "We just came out asleep," said Hoover senior Zareh Zargaryan, who was a one-man gang for the Tornadoes.
NEWS
February 21, 2005
Grant Gordon After a heartbreaking defeat in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division IIIAA playoffs, again at the hands of visiting Alemany High, it was quite perplexing that La Canada girls' basketball Coach Tamar Hill was anything but riled up. She just couldn't find it in her to be upset with her Spartans. "These girls have worked hard all year long and it's hard to be mad at them when they're trying to do the right thing," said Hill after the Spartans' 43-40 loss.
NEWS
January 20, 2003
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 4, Mission Hills Alemany 0: Junior Betsy McGovern set a new school record with her eighth shutout -- breaking Nicole Yonai's mark of seven in 2000-01 -- in Saturday's Mission League triumph at Alemany High. Sophomores Hannah Hand, Maggie Martone and Courtney West led the offensive attack for Flintridge Sacred Heart (10-5-1, 2-2 in league), which recorded at least 10 wins for only the third time in program history.
NEWS
January 21, 2002
Saro Sarkisian LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- He came off the bench to put on an amazing shooting display and played a step above everyone else on the court. Richard Saethang, a reserve guard for Alemany High, scored a game-high 27 points and made 11 of 13 shots to lead the Indians to a 73-57 victory against St. Francis on Saturday in a Mission League game at St. Francis. The Golden Knights -- playing without leading-scorer Chris Miller, who suffered a severely sprained right ankle Jan. 11 against Harvard-Westlake -- were clinging to a four-point lead late in the first quarter when Saethang checked into the game.
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