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By Gabriel Rizk | March 28, 2009
GLENDALE ? It took three days for the St. Francis and Chaminade High baseball teams to resume the Mission League game that began on Tuesday, but it only took Mark Saatzer one swing on Friday afternoon to end it. The junior outfielder homered to lead off the bottom of the ninth inning at Chaminade to give the Golden Knights an 8-7 victory in a game that picked up in the bottom of the eighth inning on Friday after a 10 p.m. park curfew at Jackie...
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February 8, 2000
peter fuertes ST. FRANCIS HIGH -- There were two reasons for the St. Francis High boys' soccer team to be happy Monday night. Not only did the Golden Knights rebound from a tough loss Friday by defeating Harvard-Westlake High, 3-1, in a Mission League match, but also leaped back into a first-place tie in league along with Loyola High, which defeated Chaminade High, 2-1, Monday. The Golden Knights (19-4-3, 9-2) now control their own destiny. With a victory at Crespi High Wednesday, St. Francis would go in as the league's No. 1 seed because it defeated Loyola twice during the regular season.
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January 19, 2001
Peter Samore FRIEDMAN FIELD -- It was a pretty quiet Thursday evening for St. Francis High goalkeeper Sean O'Connor. Thanks to his team's defense, O'Connor didn't see too much work against Chaminade High in a Mission League boys' soccer match at Friedman Field. The Eagles were allowed just six shots, and only one on goal with three minutes left, as the Golden Knights won, 3-0. Chaminade's late shot was its only attempt in the second half, when O'Connor got his only save.
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By: | September 28, 2005
BURBANK VS. HOOVER WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Moyse Field at Glendale High. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 1-2; the Tornadoes are 2-1. LAST WEEK: Burbank lost to Oaks Christian, 50-10; Hoover lost to Mojave, 35-21. OUTLOOK: The Bulldogs suffered more than just a loss last week against Oaks Christian. During the game, Burbank starting senior quarterback Jason Barbic broke his right thumb and Coach Greg Sobiech said his player will be lost for the season.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 11, 2008
LOS ANGELES — When Chaminade High standout Meghan Hawthorne took to the pool with her team trailing Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy by 10 points two events into Thursday’s Mission League dual meet at Loyola, she did her part to rally her team. By the time she had turned in back-to-back wins in the 200-yard individual medley and 50 freestyle, however, the Eagles trailed by 14 points. Loaded with weapons — or reloaded, rather, after finishing second in CIF Southern Section Division II last year — and in search of a second straight league title, the Tologs offset those two losses by racking up points with second-, third- and fourth-place finishes.
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By: Grant Gordon | October 5, 2005
It was a bad situation that translated into a horrendous start and, ultimately, dissipated into a dreadful showing. After dealing with fires, a scheduling change and even taekwondo hassles, the Burroughs High football team couldn't deal with host Chaminade, falling in dismal fashion, 41-0, in Saturday night's nonleague contest at Chaminade High. "I told the kids they need to get through the adversity and come out and play. They weren't able to," said Indians' Coach Keith Knoop, who watched his team fall to 2-2 after incurring an unfavorable set of events surrounding the week-four contest.
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October 31, 2001
Erik Boal LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- It was a bad situation from the get-go for the Chaminade High girls' volleyball team. Not only did the Eagles have to deal with Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, arguably the hottest team in the Mission League, but it was also senior night Tuesday at the Tolog gym, which highlighted the careers of four of Coach Nancy Tinkham's players. And if that wasn't a daunting enough task, matters were made worse for the Eagles just before the start of the match, when the Tologs were given an extra lift after learning that they had moved up to No. 3 in the latest CIF Southern Section Division IVAA rankings.
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April 15, 2000
Erik Boal WEST HILLS -- The rumors of the demise of the Chaminade High softball have been greatly exaggerated. Following the graduation of four-year starting pitcher and 1999 Gatorade National Player of the Year Maureen LeCocq, the Eagles were picked by many to finish second behind Harvard-Westlake in the race for the Mission League title. But Chaminade looked as strong as ever Friday as it scored 12 runs in the first inning and cruised to a 15-0 mercy-rule victory over Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Chaminade Middle School.
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By Grant Gordon | March 28, 2007
PASADENA ? On a windy afternoon in which everything was blowing everywhere at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field, it seemed everything was going the way of Chaminade High. Bad hops, line drives, they were all gobbled up by Chaminade fielders, while every ball hit with St. Francis in the field seemed to find itself a hole. But by the end of Tuesday afternoon's Mission League baseball game, it was quite evident that fortuitous bounces or not, Chaminade had taken it to St. Francis from the first inning to the last in an 8-1 thumping.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 26, 2011
A look at the latest CIF Southern Section Western Division poll shows that four Mission League football teams are ranked in the top 10. Among those included are Chaminade High at No. 1 and St. Francis at No. 6. St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds is aware that the Eagles occupy the top spot, but he's looking for his players to block that out of their minds when they meet Chaminade in a league road contest at 7:30 p.m. Friday. "They are ranked No. 1 in the division if you decide to pay attention," Bonds said.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 26, 2011
A look at the latest CIF Southern Section Western Division poll shows that four Mission League football teams are ranked in the top 10. Among those included are Chaminade High at No. 1 and St. Francis at No. 6. St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds is aware that the Eagles occupy the top spot, but he's looking for his players to block that out of their minds when they meet Chaminade in a league road contest at 7:30 p.m. Friday. "They are ranked No. 1 in the division if you decide to pay attention," Bonds said.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 28, 2009
GLENDALE ? It took three days for the St. Francis and Chaminade High baseball teams to resume the Mission League game that began on Tuesday, but it only took Mark Saatzer one swing on Friday afternoon to end it. The junior outfielder homered to lead off the bottom of the ninth inning at Chaminade to give the Golden Knights an 8-7 victory in a game that picked up in the bottom of the eighth inning on Friday after a 10 p.m. park curfew at Jackie...
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 11, 2008
LOS ANGELES — When Chaminade High standout Meghan Hawthorne took to the pool with her team trailing Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy by 10 points two events into Thursday’s Mission League dual meet at Loyola, she did her part to rally her team. By the time she had turned in back-to-back wins in the 200-yard individual medley and 50 freestyle, however, the Eagles trailed by 14 points. Loaded with weapons — or reloaded, rather, after finishing second in CIF Southern Section Division II last year — and in search of a second straight league title, the Tologs offset those two losses by racking up points with second-, third- and fourth-place finishes.
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By Grant Gordon | March 28, 2007
PASADENA ? On a windy afternoon in which everything was blowing everywhere at Brookside Park's Jackie Robinson Field, it seemed everything was going the way of Chaminade High. Bad hops, line drives, they were all gobbled up by Chaminade fielders, while every ball hit with St. Francis in the field seemed to find itself a hole. But by the end of Tuesday afternoon's Mission League baseball game, it was quite evident that fortuitous bounces or not, Chaminade had taken it to St. Francis from the first inning to the last in an 8-1 thumping.
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By: Grant Gordon | October 5, 2005
It was a bad situation that translated into a horrendous start and, ultimately, dissipated into a dreadful showing. After dealing with fires, a scheduling change and even taekwondo hassles, the Burroughs High football team couldn't deal with host Chaminade, falling in dismal fashion, 41-0, in Saturday night's nonleague contest at Chaminade High. "I told the kids they need to get through the adversity and come out and play. They weren't able to," said Indians' Coach Keith Knoop, who watched his team fall to 2-2 after incurring an unfavorable set of events surrounding the week-four contest.
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By: | September 28, 2005
BURBANK VS. HOOVER WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Moyse Field at Glendale High. RECORDS: The Bulldogs are 1-2; the Tornadoes are 2-1. LAST WEEK: Burbank lost to Oaks Christian, 50-10; Hoover lost to Mojave, 35-21. OUTLOOK: The Bulldogs suffered more than just a loss last week against Oaks Christian. During the game, Burbank starting senior quarterback Jason Barbic broke his right thumb and Coach Greg Sobiech said his player will be lost for the season.
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October 31, 2001
Erik Boal LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE -- It was a bad situation from the get-go for the Chaminade High girls' volleyball team. Not only did the Eagles have to deal with Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, arguably the hottest team in the Mission League, but it was also senior night Tuesday at the Tolog gym, which highlighted the careers of four of Coach Nancy Tinkham's players. And if that wasn't a daunting enough task, matters were made worse for the Eagles just before the start of the match, when the Tologs were given an extra lift after learning that they had moved up to No. 3 in the latest CIF Southern Section Division IVAA rankings.
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January 19, 2001
Peter Samore FRIEDMAN FIELD -- It was a pretty quiet Thursday evening for St. Francis High goalkeeper Sean O'Connor. Thanks to his team's defense, O'Connor didn't see too much work against Chaminade High in a Mission League boys' soccer match at Friedman Field. The Eagles were allowed just six shots, and only one on goal with three minutes left, as the Golden Knights won, 3-0. Chaminade's late shot was its only attempt in the second half, when O'Connor got his only save.
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April 15, 2000
Erik Boal WEST HILLS -- The rumors of the demise of the Chaminade High softball have been greatly exaggerated. Following the graduation of four-year starting pitcher and 1999 Gatorade National Player of the Year Maureen LeCocq, the Eagles were picked by many to finish second behind Harvard-Westlake in the race for the Mission League title. But Chaminade looked as strong as ever Friday as it scored 12 runs in the first inning and cruised to a 15-0 mercy-rule victory over Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Chaminade Middle School.
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February 8, 2000
peter fuertes ST. FRANCIS HIGH -- There were two reasons for the St. Francis High boys' soccer team to be happy Monday night. Not only did the Golden Knights rebound from a tough loss Friday by defeating Harvard-Westlake High, 3-1, in a Mission League match, but also leaped back into a first-place tie in league along with Loyola High, which defeated Chaminade High, 2-1, Monday. The Golden Knights (19-4-3, 9-2) now control their own destiny. With a victory at Crespi High Wednesday, St. Francis would go in as the league's No. 1 seed because it defeated Loyola twice during the regular season.
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