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June 2, 2001
Peter Samore NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- With St. Francis pitching the way it did, Calabasas had little chance to make a statement offensively. The Golden Knights used three pitchers who combined for 10 strikeouts. Twice, the St. Francis staff struck out three batters in an inning. The Wildcats were kept quiet, as the Golden Knights won, 4-1, Friday in a Mickey Mantle game at Stengel Field. St. Francis (2-0) allowed Calabasas to score one run in the bottom of the first and nothing more.
NEWS
December 9, 2013
Good morning readers. Grab a cup of coffee, get ready for the week ahead and catch up on local news and events. Today is Monday, Dec. 9. Fans continue to pay tribute to native Glendalians Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. The "Fast and Furious" actor and his longtime friend died in a car crash Nov. 30.  Glendale News-Press / Los Angeles Times A federal jury rejected Glendale police Lt. Tigran Topadzhikyan's claim that he was discriminated agianst because of his ethnicity.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | December 19, 2006
BURBANK ? Ten games into the season and the Holy Family basketball squad is anything but perfect. Inexperience and a lack of height are the main contributing factors for the Gaels' slow start. Being able to rebound might be a good first step in their quest for victory. Holy Family suffered a 58-23 loss to Calabasas on Monday in an opening-round game of the 10th annual Providence Pioneer Shootout. The Gaels (0-10) will face Bellarmine-Jefferson in a consolation-bracket contest at 11 a.m. today.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 30, 2007
LA CRESCENTA — If they could do it once, then why not twice in one day? That was the mind set of the Crescenta Valley High softball team, trailing by two runs heading into the bottom of the seventh inning in the second game of Saturday's nonleague doubleheader against visiting Calabasas. After all, the Falcons had battled back from a four run deficit with six base-hits, capped by Stephanie Ziemann's two-run game-winning single, in the seventh inning of the opening game to squeeze out a one-run victory.
SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | June 25, 2012
WOODLAND HILLS - There's help coming for the Renaissance Academy basketball team. In all likelihood, the Wildcats are not going to have to play a regular season game with just six players when competition begins in the winter. But that's what Renaissance Academy was burdened with in Sunday's quarterfinal game of the 17th annual War on the Floor Tournament at Los Angeles Pierce College. Four of its players had never played on the varsity level during the 2011-12 campaign, and of the two who had, one was at Temple City before transferring to Renaissance Academy.
NEWS
April 11, 2001
Charles Rich SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- The white cast came off the elbow, now Hoover High baseball Coach Jim Delzell must wait for it to be removed from his team's lackluster offense. There have been painful reminders for Delzell, who underwent surgery on his left elbow March 27, leaving him to venture a guess when Hoover will curb its offensive woes. Its offense remained stuck in reverse Tuesday after Hoover dropped a 9-2 decision to Calabasas in an American Division game in the 36th Babe Herman Tournament at Glendale High.
SPORTS
April 28, 2006
Host Arcadia scored a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Crescenta Valley varsity softball team on Tuesday to hand the Falcons their first Pacific League loss of the season. CV fell to 15-6 overall and to 4-1 in league. The Arcadia defeat also ended the Falcons' five-game winning streak. CV will travel to Pasadena today (Friday) and Pasadena Muir next Tuesday for 3:15 p.m. league contests. The Falcons will also visit Calabasas next Wednesday for a nonleague contest at 2:30 p.m. and take the bus to Glendale next Thursday for a league tussle at 3:15 p.m. CV scored two runs in the top of the first inning to take an early 2-0 lead.
NEWS
June 30, 2003
Glendale business owner receives 'Entrepreneur of the Year' award LOS ANGELES -- Glendale businesswoman Adrienne Morea, president of Atlas Homewares, was named as a Los Angeles 2003 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Morea, whose business sells artistic home wares, received the award at a gala event Tuesday. Judges awarded Morea the honor based on her attention to detail, approach to business competition and the quality of her designs. Morea's award was for Manufacturing Entrepreneur of the Year.
NEWS
May 18, 2001
Erik Boal LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- A slow start and a quick finish were too much for the La Canada High boys' tennis team to overcome in Thursday's CIF Southern Section second-round playoff match. The Spartans dropped five of their first six sets, only to win four of their next seven, before dropping the last five as they fell, 13-5, to No. 5-seed Calabasas at the La Canada Country Club. Impressed by Calabasas' (15-2) doubles effort in its opening-round win against Rosemead -- in which the Coyotes dropped just five games in nine sets in their 17-1 victory -- La Canada Coach Will Moravec attempted to stack his doubles lineup to remain as competitive as possible.
SPORTS
By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | December 15, 2005
Glendale basketballBasketball: Nitros surrender 25 unanswered points in 60-31 setback in pool-play game of La Cañada Holiday Classic.LA CA—ADA FLINTRIDGE -- It started as a short run. Then it got to 10 consecutive points. Then 15. Then 20. In between, the Glendale High boys' basketball team called a pair of timeouts to try to stop Calabasas' momentum. But the breaks did no good. Calabasas scored 25 unanswered points between the first and second quarters en route to a lopsided 60-31 victory against the Nitros on Wednesday in a pool-play game of the 15th annual La Cañada Holiday Classic at La Cañada High.
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NEWS
December 9, 2013
Good morning readers. Grab a cup of coffee, get ready for the week ahead and catch up on local news and events. Today is Monday, Dec. 9. Fans continue to pay tribute to native Glendalians Paul Walker and Roger Rodas. The "Fast and Furious" actor and his longtime friend died in a car crash Nov. 30.  Glendale News-Press / Los Angeles Times A federal jury rejected Glendale police Lt. Tigran Topadzhikyan's claim that he was discriminated agianst because of his ethnicity.
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SPORTS
By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | June 25, 2012
WOODLAND HILLS - There's help coming for the Renaissance Academy basketball team. In all likelihood, the Wildcats are not going to have to play a regular season game with just six players when competition begins in the winter. But that's what Renaissance Academy was burdened with in Sunday's quarterfinal game of the 17th annual War on the Floor Tournament at Los Angeles Pierce College. Four of its players had never played on the varsity level during the 2011-12 campaign, and of the two who had, one was at Temple City before transferring to Renaissance Academy.
SPORTS
By Emin Avakian, Special to the News-Press | December 27, 2011
BURBANK - Glendale High's girls' basketball team's offense struggled mightily at the onset Tuesday in the consolation bracket of the 2011 West Coast Holiday Festival Gold Bracket. But the Nitros followed up a less than stellar first half in which they scored just 13 points on only five field goals with a second half that saw the team shoot 50% from the field en route to a 43-35 victory over Calabasas at Bellarmine-Jefferson High School. "At halftime, we talked about moving the ball around until we get a good shot, and that's what we did," said Nitros Coach Tania Adary whose squad will face Chatsworth tonight in their third game of the tournament.
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By Emin Avakian, Special to the News-Press | March 23, 2011
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — For all but two members of Glendale Adventist Academy's boys' volleyball team, Tuesday afternoon's match wasn't just their season opener, it was the first match of their playing careers. And while energy and enthusiasm kept the Cougars competitive in the first game of their nonleague match with the Oakwood Gorillas, inexperience and lack of fundamentals showed overall in the 25-19, 25-7, 25-12 home loss. "They came out with a lot of confidence and adrenaline," Cougars Coach Ken Vigilia said.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | April 30, 2007
LA CRESCENTA — If they could do it once, then why not twice in one day? That was the mind set of the Crescenta Valley High softball team, trailing by two runs heading into the bottom of the seventh inning in the second game of Saturday's nonleague doubleheader against visiting Calabasas. After all, the Falcons had battled back from a four run deficit with six base-hits, capped by Stephanie Ziemann's two-run game-winning single, in the seventh inning of the opening game to squeeze out a one-run victory.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | December 19, 2006
BURBANK ? Ten games into the season and the Holy Family basketball squad is anything but perfect. Inexperience and a lack of height are the main contributing factors for the Gaels' slow start. Being able to rebound might be a good first step in their quest for victory. Holy Family suffered a 58-23 loss to Calabasas on Monday in an opening-round game of the 10th annual Providence Pioneer Shootout. The Gaels (0-10) will face Bellarmine-Jefferson in a consolation-bracket contest at 11 a.m. today.
SPORTS
April 28, 2006
Host Arcadia scored a come-from-behind 3-2 victory over the Crescenta Valley varsity softball team on Tuesday to hand the Falcons their first Pacific League loss of the season. CV fell to 15-6 overall and to 4-1 in league. The Arcadia defeat also ended the Falcons' five-game winning streak. CV will travel to Pasadena today (Friday) and Pasadena Muir next Tuesday for 3:15 p.m. league contests. The Falcons will also visit Calabasas next Wednesday for a nonleague contest at 2:30 p.m. and take the bus to Glendale next Thursday for a league tussle at 3:15 p.m. CV scored two runs in the top of the first inning to take an early 2-0 lead.
SPORTS
By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | December 15, 2005
Glendale basketballBasketball: Nitros surrender 25 unanswered points in 60-31 setback in pool-play game of La Cañada Holiday Classic.LA CA—ADA FLINTRIDGE -- It started as a short run. Then it got to 10 consecutive points. Then 15. Then 20. In between, the Glendale High boys' basketball team called a pair of timeouts to try to stop Calabasas' momentum. But the breaks did no good. Calabasas scored 25 unanswered points between the first and second quarters en route to a lopsided 60-31 victory against the Nitros on Wednesday in a pool-play game of the 15th annual La Cañada Holiday Classic at La Cañada High.
NEWS
March 13, 2004
JERRY LANE "Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear." I know that's part of the introductory spiel for "The Lone Ranger," but it fits the trip I want you to take perfectly. It isn't far and it isn't expensive, but it certainly is worth the effort. Out in the southwest corner of the San Fernando Valley, next door to the Sagebrush Cantina in Calabasas, stands the gracious home of one of the most colorful legendary figures of early Los Angeles, Miguel Leonis, "The King of Calabasas."
NEWS
June 30, 2003
Glendale business owner receives 'Entrepreneur of the Year' award LOS ANGELES -- Glendale businesswoman Adrienne Morea, president of Atlas Homewares, was named as a Los Angeles 2003 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year. Morea, whose business sells artistic home wares, received the award at a gala event Tuesday. Judges awarded Morea the honor based on her attention to detail, approach to business competition and the quality of her designs. Morea's award was for Manufacturing Entrepreneur of the Year.
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