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By Grant Gordon | September 27, 2008
LOS ANGELES — As brilliantly as the second half began for the Flintridge Prep football team — with Joel Bryant dazzling the Rebels faithful on a 65-yard scoring run — it was ultimately those final 24 minutes that were its undoing. In a game marred by controversial officiating and 17 total penalties, Campbell Hall took two knees to run out the clock and send the Rebels to an 0-3 start with a 25-21 nonleague win at Occidental College. The game was far cry from Flintridge Prep’s first two lopsided losses, as the Rebels came fired up and took a 6-0 lead on a play-action pass from quarterback Dan Beldy to Fuad Beshir early in the first quarter.
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By Charles Rich | December 6, 2006
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Winning the physical battles and gaining experience are going to take some more time. First-year Flintridge Prep boys' soccer Coach Esteban Chavez noted that Tuesday after the Rebels suffered a 2-0 nonleague loss to Campbell Hall at the Glendale Sports Complex. Chavez said he's OK that the Rebels (2-2) are still learning to get comfortable with his system, provided his players keep gaining experience and are prepared to try to win another Prep League championship beginning in January.
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By Dylan Kruse | April 7, 2008
VALLEY VILLAGE ? For the most part this season, the St. Francis High baseball team?s stacked lineup has had no problem collecting hits. But at times, the Golden Knights have struggled to cash those hits into runs. After struggling to find the timely hit in a Mission League defeat to Alemany less than 24 hours earlier, the same problem reared its ugly head on Saturday afternoon in a 6-4 nonleague road loss to Campbell Hall. The Golden Knights (11-5) outhit the Vikings (8-6)
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By Grant Gordon | April 26, 2007
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Looking to rebound from a Pacific League loss that came on the heels of a long spring-break layoff, Hoover High did just that on Wednesday afternoon. On the strength of five doubles and a much-needed contribution from the bottom of the lineup, the Tornadoes got back on the winning track with a nonleague victory at home against Campbell Hall, 5-3. Battling for a playoff spot, Hoover (6-10) lost to Burbank, 10-7, on Tuesday and desperately needed to swing its momentum the opposite way. "That was the whole purpose of this game," said Hoover leadoff hitter Jason Ochart, who went two for two with two doubles, two walks, a run and a run batted in. "This was real important."
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By Gabriel Rizk | August 21, 2007
GLENDALE — While the returning Flintridge Prep football players will begin their season with a new coach and without many of their keys starters from a year ago, at least they will have a familiar stretch of nonleague road on which to test things out. Furthermore, the structure of the Rebels’ Prep League schedule gives them a good chance to get off to a 2-0 start in league. Of Prep’s four nonleague matchups to begin the campaign, only their Week Three date with Campbell Hall is a departure from the same segment of last year’s slate.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 20, 2014
PASADENA - Deadlocked following 32 minutes of regulation, Noah Willerford and Evan Crawford stepped on to the court confident entering the four-minute overtime session. Though exhausted, the St. Francis High basketball players each looked to make a major contribution while working a few extra minutes. PHOTOS: St. Francis vs. Campbell Hall boys' basketball MLK Day Showdown tournament It worked out for the best for the duo, as Willerford made two three-pointers and Crawford converted on a pair of free throws to spark St. Francis to a 66-61 overtime victory against Campbell Hall on Monday in a Martin Luther King Showdown contest at La Salle High.
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December 2, 2003
FLINTRIDGE PREP 27, CAMPBELL HALL 14 -- Flintridge Prep 7 13 0 7 -- 27 Campbell Hall 3 3 0 8 -- 14 -- FIRST QUARTER CH-Breecker 25 field goal 7:26 FP-Scotton 4 run (Gadel kick) 2:27 SECOND QUARTER FP-Scotton 7 run (Gadel kick) 10:33 CH-Breecker 29 field goal 6:23 FP-Scotton 3 run (kick failed) 0:34 FOURTH QUARTER FP-Scotton 11 run (Gadel kick) 11:54 CH-Kirschner 51 run (Munoz run) 7:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Flintridge Prep -- Scotton 32-113, 4 TD (4, 7, 3, 11 yards)
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March 4, 2000
Jim Riggio GLENDALE HIGH -- If there is one aspect of Glendale High's boys' tennis team that will be crucial this year, it is the play of the Nitro doubles teams. Friday afternoon the Nitro doubles teams struggled, but came through in the end when they needed to, as Glendale defeated visiting Campbell Hall in games, 75-68, after both teams ended with nine set victories. "I knew we would be strong in singles, but we definitely have to improve in doubles," Glendale Coach Bob Davidson said.
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December 5, 2009
GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Flintridge Prep 48 Alhambra 44: Senior guard Megan Musashi scored 27 points, including 18 of 26 shooting from the free-throw line, to lead the Rebels (3-0) to a win in the semifinals of the San Marino Tournament on Friday night. Deanna Watson added seven points for Prep, which will play Bonita in the title game today at 7 p.m. at San Marino. Crescenta Valley 49, Thousand Oaks 47 (OT) : Cassie Pappas contributed 24 points Thursday for the Falcons in a pool-play game of the Falcon Classic.
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March 8, 2014
SOFTBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 12, Flintridge Prep 1 : Hannah Zika had a pair of doubles Monday to spark the visiting Tologs in a nonleague game. The Tologs (5-1) got three hits from and two runs batted in from OIlivia Fitzpatrick. Therese Oshiro collected a pair of hits for the Rebels (2-2). In the circle, Oshiro struck out seven. Crescenta Valley 7, Ontario Christian 0: Starting pitcher Olivia Thayer scattered allowed just two hits in tossing a shutout to lead the Falcons (3-1)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 20, 2014
PASADENA - Deadlocked following 32 minutes of regulation, Noah Willerford and Evan Crawford stepped on to the court confident entering the four-minute overtime session. Though exhausted, the St. Francis High basketball players each looked to make a major contribution while working a few extra minutes. PHOTOS: St. Francis vs. Campbell Hall boys' basketball MLK Day Showdown tournament It worked out for the best for the duo, as Willerford made two three-pointers and Crawford converted on a pair of free throws to spark St. Francis to a 66-61 overtime victory against Campbell Hall on Monday in a Martin Luther King Showdown contest at La Salle High.
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From Staff Reports | March 5, 2013
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL St. Francis 3, La CaƱada 1: Charles McCarthy finished with 19 kills and Chris Thompson added 13 kills and 15 assists Tuesday to spark the host Golden Knights (3-2) to a 20-25, 25-23, 25-19, 25-23 nonleague win. David Thompson contributed 25 assists for St. Francis, which got nine kills from Markar Agakanian. Campbell Hall 3, Flintridge Prep 1: Mike Lii had 26 assists Tuesday for the host Rebels, who saw Campbell Hall record a 22-25, 25-21, 25-8, 25-19 nonleague victory.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | September 19, 2011
Since opening its 2011 season with a nonleague victory over Bellarmine-Jefferson, the Flintridge Prep football team's fortunes have taken a decidedly downward turn. A pair of lopsided losses coincided with a mounting rash of injuries to a squad that began the season with only 19 players on the roster. And on Monday, Prep Coach Antonio Harrison talked to his team and sent out a press release, as he made the decision to cancel the Rebels' upcoming Saturday contest against Campbell Hall that was set for 1 p.m. at Occidental College.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | September 25, 2010
VALLEY VILLAGE — When all was said and done, despite his Flintridge Prep football team having continued its winless start to the season, first-year Coach Antonio Harrison was hardly breathing fire or ranting and raving. In fact, following his team's 33-14 nonleague loss to host Campbell Hall on Friday afternoon, Harrison was pleased. Perhaps more accurately, he was pleased with the effort he got from the players left on the field. "It's a different generation nowadays," Harrison said.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | July 3, 2010
GLENDALE — Only one matchup on the Flintridge Prep football team's 2010 nine-game schedule is different from its 2009 slate, a second-week meeting with Grace Brethren, which replaced Villanova Prep. First-year Prep Coach Antonio Harrison's comments on the change shed light both on where the Rebels have come from and where they hope to go. "The contract was up and Villanova Prep wanted to look for another team — from our season last year, I don't blame them very much," said Harrison, who was on the Rebels' sideline as an assistant last season, in which the team went 3-6 with a 20-6 loss to Villanova Prep in the second week.
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By Charles Rich | March 16, 2010
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — A poor start once again doomed the Glendale High boys’ tennis team. Once again, Glendale Coach Bob Davidson saw his doubles teams struggle. It’s a pattern Davidson would like to see change. “When we play teams we are fairly even with, we can’t afford to make mistakes,” Davidson said after Glendale suffered a 10-8 nonleague home loss against Campbell Hall on Monday afternoon. “We had a real bad start in doubles in the first round and we should have won two out of three sets.
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December 9, 2009
GIRLS? SOCCER Glendale 4, Cantwell Sacred Heart 0 : The Nitros, playing their second nonleague home match in as many days, notched their first win of the season. Meghan Spencer scored two goals to lead the Nitros (1-1) and give her three on the season. Ani Ghazikhanian and Sofia Rezvani also scored. Crescenta Valley 1, West Ranch 0 : The Falcons, ranked seventh in CIF Southern Section Division II, remained unbeaten on the season, improving to 3-0-1 with Tuesday?
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By From News-Press | July 17, 2009
GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene .   FSHA SOCCER UNVEILS SCHEDULE, NEW HOME A season after winning the program’s first Mission League title, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team will take on a daunting schedule and do so on a new home field at Glendale Community College. “This may be our toughest schedule ever,” said Tologs co-Coach Frank Pace , who, along with Kathy Desmond , was the 2009 All-Area Girls’ Soccer Coach of the Year.
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