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March 12, 2005
Charles Rich Anytime the Crescenta Valley and Arcadia high boys' swimming teams face off, Chris Sherman can feel pressure. Part of that must do with guessing on coverage assignments or determining what Arcadia might have in store on a certain swimming event. So, there's more than just swimming that's on Sherman's mind Sherman and his teammates guessed right more often to help Crescenta Valley earn a 174-164 victory against Arcadia in the Pacific League Relays at Muir High on Friday.
NEWS
July 21, 2005
Charles Rich So many bizarre plays took place at a dizzying pace in a three-hour contest. The zaniest moment came on the last play of Palmdale's come-from-behind 11-10 victory against Crescenta Valley in the championship game of the Little League Section 2 All-Star Junior Baseball Tournament at Almansor Park on Wednesday night. With two outs and runners on first and third in the bottom of the seventh inning, Crescenta Valley reliever Nick Dragovich had Palmdale's Marvin Cerda picked off near second base.
NEWS
July 19, 2005
Charles Rich Before she stepped into the batter's box, Kylee Heurkins turned to third-base coach John Cookson. Cookson gave Heurkins the green light, and Heurkins wasted little time. Heurkins lined a first-pitch single to right-centerfield to score the winning run in the top of the seventh inning to lead Crescenta Valley to a come-from-behind 8-6 victory against Burbank/Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans in the District 16 Junior Softball All-Star championship game at Scholl Canyon Park on Monday night.
NEWS
December 4, 2002
Charles Rich Beleaguerment might be the best noun to describe the Hoover High girls' basketball team. Hoover Coach Jack Van Patten couldn't find a colorful adjective to describe Hoover's 74-27 loss to Burroughs on Monday in a pool-play game of the second annual Lady Falcon Tip-Off Classic at Crescenta Valley High. The Tornadoes' season is 32 minutes old and Van Patten said he'd rather hit rock bottom now than during Pacific League play in January and February.
NEWS
January 2, 2002
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan and Charles Rich GLENDALE -- o7 Odds and ends from the local high school girls' basketball scene:f7 No more than two: Glendale girls' basketball Coach Errol Garnett realizes he has two talented players on his team in center Arpi Babakhanian and shooting guard Anika Hartounian. The duo have carried the Nitros to a 6-9 record. Hartounian is averaging 14.5 points per game and Babakhanian is contributing 8.8 points and 9.3 rebounds per game.
NEWS
June 1, 2001
Charles Rich GLENDALE -- The Village Christian baseball team couldn't capture a second consecutive Alpha League title, but fared well among representing the 2001 all-league team. The Crusaders, who finished second in league behind L.A. Baptist and were eliminated in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs by Downey Calvary Chapel after advancing to the semifinals last season, had three players make the first team and two to the second squad.
NEWS
June 19, 2002
Charles Rich It took Owen Sherman one inning to perfect the role of handyman. That allowed Sherman to immediately meet challenges that he worked on to prepare himself for another summer of endurance where versatility might help him improve his skills. Sherman lowered the boom Tuesday as he collected two hits and pitched four innings of relief to lead Pacific West to an 11-4 victory against International House of Pancakes in a Little League District 16 Major Baseball Tri-Cities Tournament first-round game at Montrose Park.
NEWS
August 21, 2004
Charles Rich At least the North San Gabriel Valley All-Star baseball team is through fighting jet lag. Now, North San Gabriel Valley will be put to the test after it became acclimated with the three-hour time difference between Ohio and California. Rise and shine, because it might be an eventful morning today for a team featuring eight local athletes. North San Gabriel Valley will meet Mineral Area, Mo., at 7 a.m. PDT today in a winner's-bracket semifinal game of the 36th annual Babe Ruth World Series at Babe Ruth National Complex at Don Edwards Park in Newark, Ohio.
NEWS
August 17, 2004
Charles Rich They've become ruthless with their aluminum bats in central Ohio. For the members of the North San Gabriel Valley All-Star baseball team, they've created gigantic headlines. North San Gabriel Valley -- featuring eight local players -- undoubtedly grabbed the headlines after it earned an 8--2 victory against defending champion Hammond, Indiana, in a National Division pool-play game of the 36th annual Babe Ruth World Series at Babe Ruth National Complex at Don Edwards Park in Newark, Ohio.
NEWS
March 13, 2001
Charles Rich TUJUNGA -- She might as well have pretended to suffer from amnesia after she was struck in the head by an errant throw by her coach Monday. Staring at a potential no-hitter in a nonleague game against Van Nuys, Verdugo Hills softball Coach Darren FitzGerald gently tossed a foul ball back to starting pitcher Jessica McGivney in the top of the seventh inning. Blinded momentarily by the sun, McGivney lost flight of the ball and it bounced off her glove and struck her head.
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NEWS
July 21, 2005
Charles Rich So many bizarre plays took place at a dizzying pace in a three-hour contest. The zaniest moment came on the last play of Palmdale's come-from-behind 11-10 victory against Crescenta Valley in the championship game of the Little League Section 2 All-Star Junior Baseball Tournament at Almansor Park on Wednesday night. With two outs and runners on first and third in the bottom of the seventh inning, Crescenta Valley reliever Nick Dragovich had Palmdale's Marvin Cerda picked off near second base.
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NEWS
July 19, 2005
Charles Rich Before she stepped into the batter's box, Kylee Heurkins turned to third-base coach John Cookson. Cookson gave Heurkins the green light, and Heurkins wasted little time. Heurkins lined a first-pitch single to right-centerfield to score the winning run in the top of the seventh inning to lead Crescenta Valley to a come-from-behind 8-6 victory against Burbank/Jewel City/Jewish War Veterans in the District 16 Junior Softball All-Star championship game at Scholl Canyon Park on Monday night.
NEWS
March 12, 2005
Charles Rich Anytime the Crescenta Valley and Arcadia high boys' swimming teams face off, Chris Sherman can feel pressure. Part of that must do with guessing on coverage assignments or determining what Arcadia might have in store on a certain swimming event. So, there's more than just swimming that's on Sherman's mind Sherman and his teammates guessed right more often to help Crescenta Valley earn a 174-164 victory against Arcadia in the Pacific League Relays at Muir High on Friday.
NEWS
August 21, 2004
Charles Rich At least the North San Gabriel Valley All-Star baseball team is through fighting jet lag. Now, North San Gabriel Valley will be put to the test after it became acclimated with the three-hour time difference between Ohio and California. Rise and shine, because it might be an eventful morning today for a team featuring eight local athletes. North San Gabriel Valley will meet Mineral Area, Mo., at 7 a.m. PDT today in a winner's-bracket semifinal game of the 36th annual Babe Ruth World Series at Babe Ruth National Complex at Don Edwards Park in Newark, Ohio.
NEWS
August 17, 2004
Charles Rich They've become ruthless with their aluminum bats in central Ohio. For the members of the North San Gabriel Valley All-Star baseball team, they've created gigantic headlines. North San Gabriel Valley -- featuring eight local players -- undoubtedly grabbed the headlines after it earned an 8--2 victory against defending champion Hammond, Indiana, in a National Division pool-play game of the 36th annual Babe Ruth World Series at Babe Ruth National Complex at Don Edwards Park in Newark, Ohio.
NEWS
December 5, 2003
Charles Rich Reliance can be the ideal tonic for an intelligent point guard. Pass distribution, rebounding and defending the opponent's top guard are the chief responsibilities given to La Canada High girls' basketball player Kasey Hurlbutt, who is doing her best to take charge on the hardwood. Hurlbutt might have made her first big splash of the season Thursday as she produced a game-high 16 points and seven rebounds to carry La Canada to a convincing 53-42 victory against Simi Valley in a pool-play game of the Third Annual Lady Falcon Tip-Off Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
NEWS
July 21, 2003
Charles Rich Beware when Charlie Carluccio is pitching. He's armed with quite a pickoff move. The Crescenta Valley Junior baseball hurler will often catch a base runner flatfooted. Carluccio picked off three and struck out four Sunday to carry CV to a 6-2 win against Sherman Oaks in a second-chance bracket game of the Little League Section 2 All-Star Tournament at Northridge City Little League Field. -- CV 0 0 0 4 1 1 0 -- 6 7 4 S. Oaks 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 -- 2 8 0 -- -- CRES.
NEWS
June 28, 2003
Charles Rich When the dust settled at home plate, Parkview Pet Clinic had another championship. It's become old hat for Parkview, which claimed the Little League District 16 Tri-Cities Major Softball title for the third time in four years Friday with a 26-16 victory against the Red Hots at Scholl Canyon Park. The game was called in the bottom of the fourth inning because of the 10-run mercy rule. Aggressive base running and the ability to capitalize on 20 walks helped pave the way for Parkview (25-1-1)
NEWS
March 31, 2003
Charles Rich Wild horses couldn't prevent her from departing the cozy confines of the outfield. Unless there's a chance for Crescenta Valley High softball player Sarah Sherman to enter the pitcher's circle and showcase her pinpoint control. Sherman capitalized on the opportunity, striking out six and scattering two hits Saturday to ignite the Falcons to a 2-0 win against Newbury Park in a pool-play game of the third annual San Fernando Valley Victory Spring Classic at the Hjelte Sports Complex in Encino.
NEWS
December 4, 2002
Charles Rich Beleaguerment might be the best noun to describe the Hoover High girls' basketball team. Hoover Coach Jack Van Patten couldn't find a colorful adjective to describe Hoover's 74-27 loss to Burroughs on Monday in a pool-play game of the second annual Lady Falcon Tip-Off Classic at Crescenta Valley High. The Tornadoes' season is 32 minutes old and Van Patten said he'd rather hit rock bottom now than during Pacific League play in January and February.
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