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December 15, 1999
Hamlet Nalbandyan GLENDALE COMMUNITY COLLEGE -- With Melissa Robertson in foul trouble and having an off night, the Glendale Community College women's basketball team needed someone to step up. The person that stepped forward was Marilyn Dubon, and even though she had an off night shooting, the freshman finished with a career-high 40 points and led the Vaqueros to a 69-62 nonconference victory over East Los Angeles...
NEWS
January 24, 2004
Erik Boal Five minutes before Friday night's showdown of Rio Hondo League unbeatens, La Canada High girls' basketball Coach Tamar Hill didn't know if she'd have the services of Kasey Hurlbutt. She wound up getting outstanding efforts from both Hurlbutt sisters. Despite playing with badly bruised ribs, Kasey scored a game-high 21 points -- including 13 in the fourth quarter -- and her sophomore sibling, Mary Kate, added 14 points off the bench to lift La Canada to a 57-41 victory at Monrovia.
NEWS
November 26, 1999
Erik Boal BOX SCORE Alumni.......12 20 14 19 24 -- 89 La Canada....18 17 11 12 12 -- 70 Alumni -- Claridge 10 and 6 rebounds, Petit 9, Bush 8, Sullivan 8, Evelyn 6 and 4 assists, Mieding 6, S. Riddell 6, Madigan 5, Joe Ballard 4, B. Crane 4, May 4, Stevens 4, T. Crane 3, Pollock 3, J. Riddell 3, Berns 2, Futalan 2, M. Riddell 2. Three-pointers: Petit 3. S. Riddell 2. Evelyn. Madigan. Pollock. Sullivan. La Canada -- Niemann 14, Jor. Ballard 11, Moore 11, Gaudino 6, Turley 6, Neyland 5, Racklin 5, Swenson 5, J. Crane 3, Guerrero 2, Hofman 2. Three-pointers: Niemann 4. Jor. Ballard.
NEWS
January 28, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan Edgar Manvelyan wasn't exaggerating when he said his team did nothing Tuesday. The Glendale High boys' soccer coach watched in disbelief as his Nitros were pummeled by host Muir, losing, 5-1, in a critical Pacific League match. Glendale was outplayed, outsmarted, outhustled -- basically, outeverythinged -- from the get-go, something that came as a surprise to Manvelyan, whose squad barely lost to the defending league champions, 1-0, in the first meeting of the season.
NEWS
December 23, 2003
Erik Boal The La Canada High girls' basketball team embraced the holiday motto "'Tis better to give than to receive" in Monday night's third-place game of the ninth annual Lady Knights' Christmas Classic. The Spartans gave of themselves to the tune of 15 assists -- out of 19 made shots -- compared to only eight turnovers. La Canada gave a little extra effort in the rebounding department, tallying 34 boards -- including 15 on the offensive end -- compared to Lake Forest El Toro's 23. -- BOX SCORE -- -- La Canada 12 12 15 18 -- 57 El Toro 10 8 12 9 -- 39 -- -- LA CANADA K. Hurlbutt 19, 6 assists and 4 steals, Futalan 12, 10 rebounds and 3 blocks, Beattie 9 and 8 rebounds, Smith 9, Kawakami 8. Three-pointers: K. Hurlbutt 5, Kawakami 2, Smith 2. EL TORO Smith 11, Doherty 8, Armas 6, S. Monsato 4, T. Monsato 4, Pascual 2, Pettigrew 2, Whittle 2. Three-pointers: Smith.
NEWS
March 1, 2003
Hamlet Nalbandyan It wasn't quite the 100-point performance the packed house at Renaissance Academy was hoping for. But Pico Rivera Mesrobian's Tigran Grigorian was still a force to be reckoned with during Friday night's CIF Southern Section Division VA quarterfinal game. After a slow start -- which included a one-for-10 shooting performance -- the senior guard heated up to score 22 points during Mesrobian's 59-50 win against the No. 4-seeded Wildcats, who reside in La Canada Flintridge.
NEWS
June 21, 2000
Peter Samore HOOVER HIGH -- The 2:40 mark in the third quarter signified a complete role reversal for both the boys' basketball teams of La Canada and Glendale highs. At that point, the Nitros came alive with a 20-0 run and the Spartans seemed to fade away, as La Canada was held scoreless in the nine-minute stretch. Glendale went on to win, 42-40, Tuesday in a Hoover High Summer League opener at Hoover High. "We just made our shots down the stretch," Glendale Coach Steve Snodgress said.
NEWS
August 23, 2001
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan GLENDALE -- The Glendale Knights travel baseball team continued their impressive play at the Dreams Park Invitational in Cooperstown, N.Y., winning both of their games Monday. The Knights -- who won the tournament in 1999 -- defeated the Eastview Lightning, 6-2, in their first game. Colin Sabo led the way offensively against the Lightning collecting two of the Knights' eight hits against the Minnesota-based team. But the story of the game belonged to Knight pitcher Chad Nacapoy.
NEWS
January 3, 2002
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan ALHAMBRA -- An early slump, ensued by a surge stretching over two quarters, capped by an almost complete letdown in the final eight minutes resulted in the Glendale High boys' basketball team's fourth consecutive victory Wednesday night against Mark Keppel. The Nitros' unpredictable play and 23 turnovers nearly cost them their 59-55 win at Mark Keppel High. Glendale (8-7) led by as much as 17 in the fourth quarter and needed a Riley Van Patten free throw with two seconds remaining to preserve its fourth win in five games since starting forward Hugo Guerrero returned from injury.
NEWS
June 22, 2001
Charles Rich NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Amy Bishop took advantage of a 90-minute delay Thursday night. Craving for sweets, Bishop, a pitcher for the District 16 Major Softball team, visited the Scholl Canyon Park snack stand and ordered a variety of sugar-filled foods ranging from cotton candy to chocolate-dipped strawberry frozen yogurt. The massive sugar intake helped Bishop excel in the circle as she struck out seven to lead the Fireballs to a 14-0 victory against House of Arnol in a first-round game of the Tri-Cities Major Softball Tournament called after 3 1/2 innings because of the 10-run rule at Scholl Canyon Park.
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NEWS
July 6, 2005
Grant Gordon It was the very first pitch of the game and it was a bad sign for the Burbank Bulldogs. On the other hand, it was a great sign for Landry's Sporting Goods. Landry's Troy Mulcahey lasered the first pitch he saw over the centerfield fence for a home run. Mulcahey would go on to twirl a complete game on the mound Tuesday after acting as the catalyst for his Crescenta Valley-based team's hit parade as it defeated Burbank, 11-6, in the Little League District 16 Tri-Cities Major Baseball if-necessary title game at Babe Herman Field.
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NEWS
July 1, 2005
Charles Rich Perhaps it was fitting that the two top teams will play one last game to decide a champion. They'll just have to wait five days to decide the outcome. That should be enough time to keep the competitive juices flowing for the members of Landry's Sporting Goods and the Burbank Bulldogs. Burbank recorded a 10-4 victory against Landry's Sporting Goods in the championship game of the Little League District 16 Tri-Cities Major Baseball Tournament at Babe Herman Field on Thursday night.
NEWS
June 30, 2005
Charles Rich Facing a hard-throwing pitcher, the table setters needed to remain patient for a much-needed rally to take place. They got on base, and then Ryan Eberhart cleared them with one swing of the bat. Eberhart delivered a bases-loaded triple with one out in the top of the seventh to lead Shakey's Pizza to a 7-5 victory against the Tujunga Yankees in the championship game of the Little League District 16...
NEWS
June 6, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan Get a run early and let Jenna do the rest. That had been Flintridge Prep's formula for success this postseason, one which led the Rebels to the doorstep of a CIF championship. But on Saturday, the sure thing became no more. -- BOX SCORE -- -- Flint. Prep 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 -- 2 3 1 Pom. Cath. 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 1 -- 3 4 2 -- -- Flint. Prep IP R ER H BB K Schachtner 7.1 3 2 4 1 8 -- -- Pom. Cath.
NEWS
May 27, 2005
Grant Gordon All of a sudden, they've got an offense, too. The surprising run for the Flintridge Prep softball team continued Thursday as the Rebels exploded for five runs in two innings, all the while as senior ace Jenna Schachtner continued her outright dominance of the division en route to a 5-0 defeat of visiting Village Christian in the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs. The win puts the Rebels into the semifinals for the first time in program history and it came at the expense of the two-time reigning CIF finalists.
NEWS
May 25, 2005
Grant Gordon With two outs in the bottom of the seventh, an overwhelming six-run deficit and a season's terminus at hand, it seemed as though a most unfitting ending was about to be bestowed upon the La Canada High baseball team. But then ... the Spartans flirted with the improbable and contemplated the magnificent. With the tying run at the plate, however, La Canada's magic fell three runs short of the implausible as the Spartans lost, 6-3, to visiting Cathedral in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs on Tuesday afternoon.
NEWS
May 25, 2005
Charles Rich With six no-hitters to her credit, Jenna Schachtner's made them all practically look routine. In fact, the Flintridge Prep senior softball pitcher wasn't aware that she had that many. She'll likely remember and savor her latest one that's kept the Rebels' season going. Schachtner struck out 14 to power visiting Flintridge Prep to a 2-0 victory against San Marino in a CIF Southern Section Division V second-round game Tuesday. Flintridge Prep (13-4)
NEWS
May 25, 2005
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan Dan Berry's postgame comments Tuesday were short and concise. "La Serna played well and good luck to them in the playoffs. Thank you. Thank you," the Crescenta Valley High softball coach said. It took the Falcons a few more minutes to play themselves out of their CIF Southern Section Division III second-round postseason game against La Serna. -- BOX SCORE -- -- La Serna 4 4 0 1 1 0 3 -- 13 14 0 Cres.
NEWS
May 21, 2005
Charles Rich With two possible first-round picks in next month's Major League Baseball Draft on display, whispers around Stengel Field focused on who would win the much-ballyhooed, head-to-head battle. Those individuals were Trevor Bell of the Crescenta Valley High baseball team and DeSean Jackson of Long Beach Poly, who are projected to be taken no later than late in the draft's opening round. The conversation became secondary after host Crescenta Valley High put on a hitting clinic en route to a lopsided 18-0 victory against Long Beach Poly in a CIF Southern Section Division I first-round playoff game Thursday night.
NEWS
May 21, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan Few expected the Hoover High baseball team to knock off No. 4-seed Norco in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs, but not many thought the Tornadoes would get beat the way they did Friday. Hoover entered the postseason riding a nine-game winning streak, but that came to an abrupt end as the Cougars collected 16 hits and ace hurler Josh Romanski struck out the same amount in a 13-0 shellacking. The Tornadoes -- who finished third in the Pacific League, but boasted victories against respected programs such as Crescenta Valley, Arcadia and West Torrance and tied Charter Oak this season -- were sort of in the game early.
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