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THE626NOW
November 1, 2011
Arcadia High School is on lockdown as police investigate unspecified threats against the campus that school officials received Tuesday morning. In a statement, police said the school, at 180 Campus Drive in Arcadia, will remain on lockdown, and all students will remain on campus, until further notice. Police said school administrators received "threats," but provided no additional details. Continue reading > > -- Sam Quinones, Los Angeles Times
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | May 4, 2007
Crescenta Valley track and field competed in the last of their Pacific League meets on Thursday, April 26, at Arcadia High School. Both boys' and girls' varsity teams were defeated by the powerful and multi-talented Apaches, but there were victories for the boys' frosh/soph team, which came out with a solid win. Zack Torres led the pack by winning the 1600 meter and the 3200 meter for the Falcons. Individual victories were had by several varsity athletes at the Pacific League preliminaries on Tuesday, determining who would advance to today's league finals meet at Arcadia.
NEWS
July 27, 2002
Department of the Air Force Civilian Cheryl J. Miller, daughter of Eleanor O. Mackey of Burbank and Charles W. Mackey of Glendale, has been named the 2001 communications and information professional of the year for the headquarters, 12th Air Force at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Ariz. She is a 1970 graduate of Hoover High School. Army Pfc. Daniel J. Dusek, son of Jaroslav and Jana Dusek of La Crescenta, has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal.
SPORTS
April 7, 2006
The Crescenta Valley varsity track and field teams will participate in the 39th annual Arcadia Invitational track and field meet today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) at Arcadia High School. The latest edition of this annual event is the largest sanctioned high school event (any sport) in the United States, with 502 schools and 24 states registered to participate, as well as athletes from Canada and Ireland. This year's event draws its greatest strength from the presence of California's leading talent, with all 10 California Interscholastic Federation sections represented.
NEWS
April 14, 2001
Mirjam Swanson GLENDALE -- If you were Hoover High's Anita Siraki -- or Crescenta Valley's Mike Beerer or Emily Forsythe or Amber Nefas -- you would like this meet too. Today's Arcadia Invitational is the first really big meet of the season. The first in which elite local track and field athletes will really be pushed. And you know they will be, because this thing is really big. More than 2,000 of the top high school athletes from all over the country will be in the dual session meet, many of them competing in the 34th annual event on the renovated track at Arcadia High School.
LOCAL
June 17, 2005
Seven high school students from around the Los Angeles area have been invited to present their research to an international audience of scientists at two different scientific conferences to be held later this year. The students, ages 16, 17 and 18, have completed sophisticated research projects and generated new scientific results because of work they've been doing for about a year at the Jisan Research Institute in Pasadena. Local youths include Crescenta Valley High School students Ryan Chang and Justin Huang.
NEWS
June 2, 2003
Joyce Rudolph Two young musicians have won the chance to perform as soloists with the Glendale Youth Orchestra during its final concert of the 14th season. Violinist Julie Chang of Arcadia and cellist Leah Metzler of Glendale won the youth orchestra's concerto competition and will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Alex Theatre. Chang, 15, chose Saint-Saens' Violin Concerto #3 for the competition because of its emotional intensity, she said.
NEWS
November 25, 2003
GLENDALE BEARS JUNIOR MIDGETS DIVISION Glendale Bears 18, Pasadena Panthers 16: Behind some timely offense and defense, the Bears captured the San Gabriel Valley Junior All-American Football Championship on Sunday at Azusa Pacific University. Glendale Coach Danny Castro guided the Bears to their third consecutive championship. Glendale took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Dion Holloway scored on a 30-yard run. Ray Torres and Paris Holloway had several good rushes to set up the score.
NEWS
November 1, 2000
Charles Rich ARCADIA -- There's some bad news for opponents who could meet Crescenta Valley High's boys' water polo team in this month's postseason. Comparisons of CV's top two players have been made to that of Anaheim Mighty Ducks stars Paul Kariya and Teemu Selanne, who have routinely piled up goals since they were placed on the same line in 1996. Now Crescenta Valley has a similar tandem that's been doing the same as Kariya and Selanne, but in a heated pool and not on a frozen sheet of ice. A glance at CV's David Mulcahey and Jeff Little, and it's understandable why Falcons Coach Jan Sakonju is giddy about this ruthless pair who have spent the last two months terrorizing opposing goalkeepers.
NEWS
April 20, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan MONTROSE PARK -- After weeks of controversy, Crescenta Valley High School pitcher Meredith Cervenka set a CIF state record Wednesday at Montrose Park. Cervenka broke former La Canada High School star Lindsay Parker's record for most consecutive innings pitched without allowing an earned run in the Falcons' 2-1 victory in 13 innings over Newbury Park High School. Parker's record, set in the 1994 and 1995 seasons, was at 268 innings.
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THE626NOW
November 1, 2011
Arcadia High School is on lockdown as police investigate unspecified threats against the campus that school officials received Tuesday morning. In a statement, police said the school, at 180 Campus Drive in Arcadia, will remain on lockdown, and all students will remain on campus, until further notice. Police said school administrators received "threats," but provided no additional details. Continue reading > > -- Sam Quinones, Los Angeles Times
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SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | May 4, 2007
Crescenta Valley track and field competed in the last of their Pacific League meets on Thursday, April 26, at Arcadia High School. Both boys' and girls' varsity teams were defeated by the powerful and multi-talented Apaches, but there were victories for the boys' frosh/soph team, which came out with a solid win. Zack Torres led the pack by winning the 1600 meter and the 3200 meter for the Falcons. Individual victories were had by several varsity athletes at the Pacific League preliminaries on Tuesday, determining who would advance to today's league finals meet at Arcadia.
SPORTS
April 7, 2006
The Crescenta Valley varsity track and field teams will participate in the 39th annual Arcadia Invitational track and field meet today (Friday) and tomorrow (Saturday) at Arcadia High School. The latest edition of this annual event is the largest sanctioned high school event (any sport) in the United States, with 502 schools and 24 states registered to participate, as well as athletes from Canada and Ireland. This year's event draws its greatest strength from the presence of California's leading talent, with all 10 California Interscholastic Federation sections represented.
SPORTS
By Kevin Lacey | September 16, 2005
The St. Francis Golden Knights varsity football team begun its quest for another outstanding season with a 17-12 victory over host Arcadia High School last Friday night. The Knights were led by a tenacious defense that included a goal line stand in the first quarter, several critical sacks by defensive end Alex Bonifer and tackles Darryl Carter and Alex Roxas, along with key interceptions by defensive backs Anthony Lopez and Scott Stephens. Following an early interception by Lopez, the St. Francis offense stalled.
LOCAL
June 17, 2005
Seven high school students from around the Los Angeles area have been invited to present their research to an international audience of scientists at two different scientific conferences to be held later this year. The students, ages 16, 17 and 18, have completed sophisticated research projects and generated new scientific results because of work they've been doing for about a year at the Jisan Research Institute in Pasadena. Local youths include Crescenta Valley High School students Ryan Chang and Justin Huang.
NEWS
November 25, 2003
GLENDALE BEARS JUNIOR MIDGETS DIVISION Glendale Bears 18, Pasadena Panthers 16: Behind some timely offense and defense, the Bears captured the San Gabriel Valley Junior All-American Football Championship on Sunday at Azusa Pacific University. Glendale Coach Danny Castro guided the Bears to their third consecutive championship. Glendale took a 6-0 lead in the first quarter when Dion Holloway scored on a 30-yard run. Ray Torres and Paris Holloway had several good rushes to set up the score.
NEWS
June 2, 2003
Joyce Rudolph Two young musicians have won the chance to perform as soloists with the Glendale Youth Orchestra during its final concert of the 14th season. Violinist Julie Chang of Arcadia and cellist Leah Metzler of Glendale won the youth orchestra's concerto competition and will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Alex Theatre. Chang, 15, chose Saint-Saens' Violin Concerto #3 for the competition because of its emotional intensity, she said.
NEWS
July 27, 2002
Department of the Air Force Civilian Cheryl J. Miller, daughter of Eleanor O. Mackey of Burbank and Charles W. Mackey of Glendale, has been named the 2001 communications and information professional of the year for the headquarters, 12th Air Force at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Ariz. She is a 1970 graduate of Hoover High School. Army Pfc. Daniel J. Dusek, son of Jaroslav and Jana Dusek of La Crescenta, has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal.
NEWS
May 3, 2002
Charles Rich ARCADIA -- A poker face and presumed shyness can carry Crescenta Valley track and field athlete Ben Kessen far. Leave the emotions for stretching and then run like the wind in the quest for a league championship. The sophomore clocked four minutes 28.89 seconds to finish first in the 1,600-meter event Wednesday during the Pacific League prelims at Arcadia High School. Kessen will attempt to win his first league crown at the final Friday at Arcadia.
NEWS
April 2, 2002
Charles Rich A well-deserved break away from league competition will whet the appetites of several local high school baseball and softball teams. Seems they've got bigger fish to fry during the next week or two. Some of the baseball squads will battle in the 39th annual Babe Herman Tournament, which will begin Saturday and run through April 10 at Stengel Field and Arcadia High School. Several softball teams will compete in the second annual San Fernando Valley Victory Spring Classic, which will start Saturday at Hjelte Sports Complex in Encino.
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