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September 28, 2004
LA CANADA GLADIATORS JUNIOR GREMLINS (no score kept) Grant Woolf, Jack Philo and Grant Haxton each had an interception for La Canada in Sunday's game at Whittier High School. Laron Brown had a 50-yard touchdown run for the Gladiators, who also got a 40-yard score from Philo. Quarterback Bradley Woolf scored on a five-yard run for La Canada. Kyle Chueng, Austin Muller, Brandon Sharman, David Vardanian, Joshua Vasquez, Tanner Costi, Wesley Hovanesian, Jack Stephens, Aaron Braddock, Alex Harrity, Zach Weinberger, Brendan Hempstead, Nathan Grothe and Jake Charlton played well for La Canada.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | January 3, 2007
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — They expected to spend the afternoon engaged in a nonleague home match with Alhambra High. After the Moors were a no-show, however, the members of the Hoover High boys' soccer team were left to square off against each other. Tuesday's scheduled match gave way to an intra-squad scrimmage for the Tornadoes. It came to be when the Alhambra athletic department phoned its Hoover counterpart about 45 minutes prior to the scheduled 3:15 p.m. start with the news that the Moors would be unable to make the trip.
SPORTS
October 1, 2004
Junior Gremlin (flag) The Jr. Gremlin team played well Sunday at Whittier High against the Whittier Redskins. The Gladiator defense shut out the Redskins on three possessions. Grant Woolf, Jack Philo, and Grant Haxton each had an interception. Laron Brown had a 50-yard TD run, Jack Philo had a 40-yard TD run and Bradley Woolf had 5-yard TD run. Philo and Kyle Chueng played well at quarterback. The offensive line of Austin Muller, Brandon Sharman, David Vardanian, Joshua Vasquez, Tanner Costi and Wesley Hovanesian blocked well.
NEWS
September 13, 2001
SPORTS STAFF The Crescenta Valley High girls' tennis team continued its early season dominance, disposing of Alhambra, 12-6, in a nonleague match Wednesday at Alhambra High. Sophomore twins Hana and Nara Im -- who played No. 1 and No. 2 singles for Coach Tom Gossard's squad -- swept all six sets, allowing just one game, as the Falcons (2-0) extended their streak of regular-season match victories to 26 in a row. In wins against Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Alhambra, the Im sisters have won all 11 of their sets, surrendering just the one game.
SPORTS
March 17, 2014
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Crescenta Valley wins San Gabriel Tournament: The Falcons captured the two-day event Saturday with a 25-18, 25-22 victory against Downey Calvary Chapel in the title contest at San Gabriel High. Crescenta Valley reached the title match with a 25-17, 25-23 semifinal win against Pacific League rival Burbank. The Falcons earned a 25-19, 25-12 quarterfinal win against Canyon Country Canyon after earning a 21-15, 25-19, 25-17 victory against Montebello. In pool-play matches Friday, the Falcons got a 25-17, 24-26, 15-10 win against Brentwood.
NEWS
September 28, 2000
Peter Fuertes GLENDALE -- The Glendale High football team has two rather dubious streaks it would like to put to an end at 7 p.m. tonight when it visits Burroughs High at Memorial Field in Burbank. First, dating back to last season, the Nitros have lost eight consecutive games, the last of which have been back to back 41-0 losses to La Canada and South Pasadena highs. And also, the Nitros (0-3) are looking to end a 127-minute, 22-second span of not scoring a single point, dating to the first game of the 2000 season, a 40-6 loss at home to Alhambra High.
NEWS
December 15, 2004
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Prep 2, Pasadena Poly 0: The Rebels started Prep League play on a good note Tuesday by defeating their archrival at home. Flintridge Prep (8-0-1, 1-0 in league) went up early thanks to a goal by Lauren Von Der Ahe in the 10th minute. The score was assisted by Lisa Friedman. Coco Kleinert added the final score in the 70th minute off an assist by Keesha Wilson. Ayana Sumiyasu preserved the shutout with four saves for the Rebels.
NEWS
January 6, 2001
Charles Rich HOOVER HIGH -- Playing in a serene setting this season hasn't occurred often for the Hoover High girls' basketball team. It's not like the 10-player squad could make a case for gobbling up frequent travel miles playing in road games from Burbank to Valencia the last six weeks, but the ability to compete in a home game could serve as a motivating factor. It did Friday night as junior guard Arsineh Eskandari scored a game-high 16 points to lead Hoover to a 40-34 nonleague victory against visiting Alhambra High (6-13)
SPORTS
December 19, 2005
Sports RoundupBOYS' BASKETBALL Hoover 50, Warren 48: The Tornadoes won their second tournament of the season, capturing the Alhambra Tournament with Saturday's victory. Zareh Zargaryan, named the most valuable player of the Hoover Tournament on Dec. 9, was also selected the top player of the tournament at Alhambra High. He had eight points in the final. Sarkis Hakobyan and Karlo Cruz of Hoover (9-0) were selected to the all-tournament team. Artash Davtyan, who hit a pair of clutch three-pointers in the Tornadoes' semifinal victory Friday, led the Tornadoes with 14 points.
NEWS
July 29, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Philip Anderson, Rhett Anderson and Craig Ballard had time for a final appearance. But Alhambra High boys' basketball Coach Joe Petralia wished the La Canada trio would have stayed home for one more night. Philip Anderson, Rhett Anderson and Ballard -- who had missed the Spartans previous eight games -- came back for La Canada's final summer league game, and proved why they are the leaders of a young team. -- BOX SCORE -- -- La Canada 27 23 -- 50 Alhambra 14 22 -- 36 -- -- LA CANADA P. Anderson 17, R. Anderson 14 and 7 rebounds, Ballard 6, Lelo 5, Scott 3, Watson 3, Dominguez 2, Kumagai 5 assists.
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SPORTS
March 17, 2014
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Crescenta Valley wins San Gabriel Tournament: The Falcons captured the two-day event Saturday with a 25-18, 25-22 victory against Downey Calvary Chapel in the title contest at San Gabriel High. Crescenta Valley reached the title match with a 25-17, 25-23 semifinal win against Pacific League rival Burbank. The Falcons earned a 25-19, 25-12 quarterfinal win against Canyon Country Canyon after earning a 21-15, 25-19, 25-17 victory against Montebello. In pool-play matches Friday, the Falcons got a 25-17, 24-26, 15-10 win against Brentwood.
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SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | January 21, 2010
GLENDALE — Much like the course it will call home this season, the Glendale Community College men’s golf team is sporting a brand new look and is refurbished and ready to go for the 2010 season, it’s third since the program was revived in 2008. Coach Greg Osbourne is excited about the team’s return to the course at Oakmont Country Club, as well as the crop of promising new additions that will look to build a foundation for the program. “I did some recruiting this year and we have five No. 1 players from local high schools who have come to Glendale,” Osbourne said.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | July 30, 2009
GLENDALE — Watsonville, home of the 2009 Babe Ruth League Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament, is the next stop for the San Gabriel Valley Babe Ruth 16-18 All-Stars. If all goes well in the small Monterey Bay-area town, the Southern California Babe Ruth champion-squad, which is coached by Crescenta Valley High baseball Coach Phil Torres and features five Falcons players, will plot a course further north to the Babe Ruth World Series in Moses Lake, Wash. But first things first.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | January 3, 2007
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — They expected to spend the afternoon engaged in a nonleague home match with Alhambra High. After the Moors were a no-show, however, the members of the Hoover High boys' soccer team were left to square off against each other. Tuesday's scheduled match gave way to an intra-squad scrimmage for the Tornadoes. It came to be when the Alhambra athletic department phoned its Hoover counterpart about 45 minutes prior to the scheduled 3:15 p.m. start with the news that the Moors would be unable to make the trip.
SPORTS
December 19, 2005
Sports RoundupBOYS' BASKETBALL Hoover 50, Warren 48: The Tornadoes won their second tournament of the season, capturing the Alhambra Tournament with Saturday's victory. Zareh Zargaryan, named the most valuable player of the Hoover Tournament on Dec. 9, was also selected the top player of the tournament at Alhambra High. He had eight points in the final. Sarkis Hakobyan and Karlo Cruz of Hoover (9-0) were selected to the all-tournament team. Artash Davtyan, who hit a pair of clutch three-pointers in the Tornadoes' semifinal victory Friday, led the Tornadoes with 14 points.
SPORTS
By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | December 17, 2005
edgarBasketball: Hakobyan scores team-high 16 points, Cruz chips in 13 and Davtyan hits two key threes in 50-38 semifinal win.ALHAMBRA -- With Zareh Zargaryan not at full strength, somebody else on the Hoover High boys' basketball team had to step up for the Tornadoes to win Friday's semifinal game of the Alhambra Tournament. Sarkis Hakobyan, Karlo Cruz and Artash Davtyan each did. Hakobyan and Cruz led the Tornadoes for the first half and Davtyan hit a pair of crucial three-pointers in the fourth quarter to lift Hoover to a 50-38 victory against Pacific League foe Arcadia at Alhambra High.
NEWS
December 15, 2004
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Prep 2, Pasadena Poly 0: The Rebels started Prep League play on a good note Tuesday by defeating their archrival at home. Flintridge Prep (8-0-1, 1-0 in league) went up early thanks to a goal by Lauren Von Der Ahe in the 10th minute. The score was assisted by Lisa Friedman. Coco Kleinert added the final score in the 70th minute off an assist by Keesha Wilson. Ayana Sumiyasu preserved the shutout with four saves for the Rebels.
SPORTS
October 1, 2004
Junior Gremlin (flag) The Jr. Gremlin team played well Sunday at Whittier High against the Whittier Redskins. The Gladiator defense shut out the Redskins on three possessions. Grant Woolf, Jack Philo, and Grant Haxton each had an interception. Laron Brown had a 50-yard TD run, Jack Philo had a 40-yard TD run and Bradley Woolf had 5-yard TD run. Philo and Kyle Chueng played well at quarterback. The offensive line of Austin Muller, Brandon Sharman, David Vardanian, Joshua Vasquez, Tanner Costi and Wesley Hovanesian blocked well.
NEWS
September 28, 2004
LA CANADA GLADIATORS JUNIOR GREMLINS (no score kept) Grant Woolf, Jack Philo and Grant Haxton each had an interception for La Canada in Sunday's game at Whittier High School. Laron Brown had a 50-yard touchdown run for the Gladiators, who also got a 40-yard score from Philo. Quarterback Bradley Woolf scored on a five-yard run for La Canada. Kyle Chueng, Austin Muller, Brandon Sharman, David Vardanian, Joshua Vasquez, Tanner Costi, Wesley Hovanesian, Jack Stephens, Aaron Braddock, Alex Harrity, Zach Weinberger, Brendan Hempstead, Nathan Grothe and Jake Charlton played well for La Canada.
NEWS
July 29, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Philip Anderson, Rhett Anderson and Craig Ballard had time for a final appearance. But Alhambra High boys' basketball Coach Joe Petralia wished the La Canada trio would have stayed home for one more night. Philip Anderson, Rhett Anderson and Ballard -- who had missed the Spartans previous eight games -- came back for La Canada's final summer league game, and proved why they are the leaders of a young team. -- BOX SCORE -- -- La Canada 27 23 -- 50 Alhambra 14 22 -- 36 -- -- LA CANADA P. Anderson 17, R. Anderson 14 and 7 rebounds, Ballard 6, Lelo 5, Scott 3, Watson 3, Dominguez 2, Kumagai 5 assists.
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