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By: | October 12, 2005
BURROUGHS VS. VALENCIA WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Memorial Field. RECORDS: The Indians are 3-2; the Vikings are 4-1. LAST WEEK: Burroughs defeated Crescenta Valley, 25-0; Valencia lost to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 35-28. THE OUTLOOK: Burroughs opens Foothill League play against not only arguably the best team in league, but one of the top programs in CIF Southern Section Division II. The Vikings -- No. 3 in Division II -- are the defending league champions, and their only loss of the season came last week against a very good Notre Dame -- No. 1 in Division III -- team.
NEWS
November 11, 2004
GRANT GORDON "No one, and I mean no one, comes into our house and pushes us around." -- Character of Dan Devine in "Rudy" I've seen the inside of my share of girls' locker rooms. Bet that grabbed your attention? Well, get your minds out of the gutter. Fact is, in the high-class world of high school football, often times, the visiting team gets dressed the same place the ladies do -- only not simultaneously, to the chagrin of many a teenage boy. With the area's rivalry week in the midst, I've come to ponder a few things, most of them centering on just who has the right to change in the boys' locker room.
NEWS
November 29, 1999
Peter Fuertes CANYON COUNTRY -- St. Francis football Coach Bill Redell didn't think the fumblerooski he ran on the first play in the third quarter was the defining moment in his team's 41-7 romp over Canyon High in a CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal game. Then again, if you ask offensive lineman Ken Bowman, who was the lucky recipient of the fumblerooski and ran 44 yards untouched into the end zone, you'd get a different answer. "We were a little sluggish, and we figured we could try to catch them off-guard," Bowman said.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
Charles Rich CRESCENTA VALLEY HIGH -- His thoughts were imperfect after he glanced at the statistics that resembled a dirty laundry list. So filthy that first-year Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball Coach Bruce Breeden instantly developed a photographic memory with a will to recite the miscues that his team committed during the first quarter of Monday's 60-56 nonleague loss to visiting Canyon High. They were the kind of numbers that a coach would rue, even if they inherited the squad a few weeks ago. The list read something like this: Six turnovers which Canyon (4-1)
NEWS
May 20, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan MONTROSE PARK -- Meredith Cervenka didn't strike out 22 Canyon Country Canyon High batters like the first time she faced the Cowboys, but the Crescenta Valley High junior was as dominating as ever Friday. Cervenka pitched a two-hit shutout as CV rolled to a 3-0 CIF Southern Section Division II first-round softball victory at Montrose Park. The junior hurler forced Canyon, the third-place representative from the Foothill League, to ground out 11 times.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 18, 2008
BURBANK ? A pair of alley-oop, slam dunk finishes by center Anthony Stover in the third quarter extended a slim lead that the Renaissance Academy boys? basketball team would never relinquish in a Burbank High summer league victory on Thursday. Canyon High still made it close though, battling back from a nine-point, fourth quarter deficit to come within two in the final seconds before a Stover block on a Brandon Perry layup attempt sealed the 54-52 win for the Wildcats. ?[The Cowboys]
SPORTS
By By Grant Gordon | February 16, 2006
CV-Canyon girls' soccer story.Soccer: Crescenta Valley girls' team allows three goals in second half to Canyon, as its season ends in Division II wild-card round on road.CANYON COUNTRY -- Say what you will about the fortunes of the Crescenta Valley girls' soccer team this year, but they were most certainly dramatic. All the drama ended Wednesday evening, as did the Falcons' season. It came anticlimactically, lacking any drama or controversy, as host Canyon capitalized on a first-half Crescenta Valley lapse before dominating a deflated Falcon squad in the second half en route to a 3-0 win in a CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card match at Canyon High.
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By: Jeff Tully | September 24, 2005
It was a strange site at the first Foothill League cross-country meet of the season. There were no Canyon High runners among the top finishers in the boys' varsity race Thursday at Griffith Park. For almost a decade, the Cowboys have dominated their league foes and the team hasn't failed to win a meet since the 1997 league finals when Burbank and Hart shared the title. However, in this year's opening meet, the Cowboys -- whose best runner, Adam McDonald, moved to Utah -- finished a distant fourth.
NEWS
November 27, 1999
Peter Fuertes ST. FRANCIS HIGH -- It might appear as though St. Francis High's football team has scored an advantage of getting one extra day of practice in to prepare for tonight's CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal game at Canyon High. But ask Golden Knight Coach Bill Redell, and he'll tell you it he would have rather played the game on Friday. "Assuming we win, it messes up our routine for next week," Redell said. "It gives us a short week practice.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 18, 2008
BURBANK ? A pair of alley-oop, slam dunk finishes by center Anthony Stover in the third quarter extended a slim lead that the Renaissance Academy boys? basketball team would never relinquish in a Burbank High summer league victory on Thursday. Canyon High still made it close though, battling back from a nine-point, fourth quarter deficit to come within two in the final seconds before a Stover block on a Brandon Perry layup attempt sealed the 54-52 win for the Wildcats. ?[The Cowboys]
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SPORTS
By By Grant Gordon | February 16, 2006
CV-Canyon girls' soccer story.Soccer: Crescenta Valley girls' team allows three goals in second half to Canyon, as its season ends in Division II wild-card round on road.CANYON COUNTRY -- Say what you will about the fortunes of the Crescenta Valley girls' soccer team this year, but they were most certainly dramatic. All the drama ended Wednesday evening, as did the Falcons' season. It came anticlimactically, lacking any drama or controversy, as host Canyon capitalized on a first-half Crescenta Valley lapse before dominating a deflated Falcon squad in the second half en route to a 3-0 win in a CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card match at Canyon High.
NEWS
By: | October 12, 2005
BURROUGHS VS. VALENCIA WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Memorial Field. RECORDS: The Indians are 3-2; the Vikings are 4-1. LAST WEEK: Burroughs defeated Crescenta Valley, 25-0; Valencia lost to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, 35-28. THE OUTLOOK: Burroughs opens Foothill League play against not only arguably the best team in league, but one of the top programs in CIF Southern Section Division II. The Vikings -- No. 3 in Division II -- are the defending league champions, and their only loss of the season came last week against a very good Notre Dame -- No. 1 in Division III -- team.
NEWS
By: Jeff Tully | September 24, 2005
It was a strange site at the first Foothill League cross-country meet of the season. There were no Canyon High runners among the top finishers in the boys' varsity race Thursday at Griffith Park. For almost a decade, the Cowboys have dominated their league foes and the team hasn't failed to win a meet since the 1997 league finals when Burbank and Hart shared the title. However, in this year's opening meet, the Cowboys -- whose best runner, Adam McDonald, moved to Utah -- finished a distant fourth.
NEWS
November 11, 2004
GRANT GORDON "No one, and I mean no one, comes into our house and pushes us around." -- Character of Dan Devine in "Rudy" I've seen the inside of my share of girls' locker rooms. Bet that grabbed your attention? Well, get your minds out of the gutter. Fact is, in the high-class world of high school football, often times, the visiting team gets dressed the same place the ladies do -- only not simultaneously, to the chagrin of many a teenage boy. With the area's rivalry week in the midst, I've come to ponder a few things, most of them centering on just who has the right to change in the boys' locker room.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
Charles Rich CRESCENTA VALLEY HIGH -- His thoughts were imperfect after he glanced at the statistics that resembled a dirty laundry list. So filthy that first-year Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball Coach Bruce Breeden instantly developed a photographic memory with a will to recite the miscues that his team committed during the first quarter of Monday's 60-56 nonleague loss to visiting Canyon High. They were the kind of numbers that a coach would rue, even if they inherited the squad a few weeks ago. The list read something like this: Six turnovers which Canyon (4-1)
NEWS
May 20, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan MONTROSE PARK -- Meredith Cervenka didn't strike out 22 Canyon Country Canyon High batters like the first time she faced the Cowboys, but the Crescenta Valley High junior was as dominating as ever Friday. Cervenka pitched a two-hit shutout as CV rolled to a 3-0 CIF Southern Section Division II first-round softball victory at Montrose Park. The junior hurler forced Canyon, the third-place representative from the Foothill League, to ground out 11 times.
NEWS
March 13, 2000
Jim Riggio Who doesn't want to look good on their wedding day. Katie Budman thought about that long ago, preparing for when she gets married next month. So the 25-year old Glendale resident set out on a mission to make sure she looks and feels right April 8, when she and fiance Rene Valdes, a teacher at Glendale High, exchange vows at St. Bede's Catholic Church in La Canada Flintridge. By doing so, Budman began a rigorous training schedule four months ago, leading up to last week's L.A. Marathon.
NEWS
November 29, 1999
Peter Fuertes CANYON COUNTRY -- St. Francis football Coach Bill Redell didn't think the fumblerooski he ran on the first play in the third quarter was the defining moment in his team's 41-7 romp over Canyon High in a CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal game. Then again, if you ask offensive lineman Ken Bowman, who was the lucky recipient of the fumblerooski and ran 44 yards untouched into the end zone, you'd get a different answer. "We were a little sluggish, and we figured we could try to catch them off-guard," Bowman said.
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