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By: | October 12, 2005
The Newport Harbor High surf team evened its overall record by losing a close competition to Dana Hills, 86-82, Tuesday morning. This marked the third straight defeat to Dana Hills in the past two years, with the total margin of loss being a mere 15 points. The surfing conditions at Salt Creek were terrific, with continuous sets of overhead waves under warm sunny skies. The boys short board squad evened their season record at 1-1 by sweeping all four heats and outscoring Dana, 47-37.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | November 16, 2007
As expected, the Crescenta Valley cross country teams ran with the front of the pack at last Saturday?s CIF Southern Section preliminaries meet at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. The boys team, under the leadership of Head Coach Mark Evans, placed second in their heat of Division I, crossing the finish line just 20 seconds behind winning team Dana Hills. Junior Zack Torres led the pack, with a 15:08 second place finish, followed by Eric Kleinsasser in seventh in 15:28. Brett Matejka (10th, 15:40)
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By: Barry Faulkner | September 29, 2005
After defeating its crosstown rival last week, the Newport Harbor High football team reaches what some might consider a crossroads Friday night at 7:30 at Dana Hills. Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley believes the Dolphins (2-1) are the most physically talented team his squad (3-0), ranked No. 2 in CIF Southern Section Division VI, will have faced this season. A Newport Harbor victory would mark the 13th time in Brinkley's 20 seasons at the helm that the Tars had gone four games into the season without a loss.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 28, 2008
Impressive as a second-place CIF finish and a time of 14:55 is, for the always ultra-competitive Torres, it wasn’t good enough. “Mentally and physically, I was ready for this race, it just didn’t work out how I wanted it,” said Torres, who finished behind champion Tyler Valdes (14:51) of Dana Hills after beating Mission Viejo’s James Cameron (third, 14:56) to the finish. “My finish was good, but sprinting to get second is nothing, I want to get first.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 21, 2008
GLENDALE — With the air quality seemingly no longer a problem and Southern California blazes quelled, area cross-country runners are looking to set forth upon the CIF Southern Section finals with no distractions but their opponents on Saturday morning. “It’s a big day,” said Flintridge Prep boys’ Coach Ingrid Herskind, who leads her Rebels into the Division V race as one of six local squads hoping to climb into the CIF hierarchy and, at the same time, advance to next week’s CIF-State Meet in Fresno.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | November 20, 2009
GLENDALE — With their respective teams having already been eliminated from the postseason, five area high school girls’ tennis players still have some goals to achieve today. It might be the trickiest encounter that they’ll face, but that’s life competing in the CIF Individuals Tournament. The quintet will arrive at Whittier Narrows Tennis Center in South El Monte not knowing who they will face until 30 minutes before first serve in their opening-round matches.
NEWS
September 21, 2002
From Staff Reports Odds and ends from the local high school girls' tennis scene: Putting the streak in perspective: Just how impressive is Crescenta Valley's 46-match regular-season winning streak? To put the streak -- which started after a Sept. 29, 1999 Pacific League loss to Arcadia -- in perspective, the Falcons have nearly won more matches since their 9-9 (76-73) loss than league rivals Glendale and Hoover combined. Since Sept. 29, 1999, the Tornadoes -- who had two wins when the Falcons lost to the Apaches -- have won 25 matches.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | October 27, 2008
WALNUT — As Zack Torres crossed the finish line on Saturday morning at the 61st running of the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational, he did so with a look of disdain and his head shaking from side to side in dismay. It was hardly the expected reaction of a runner who had just finished third in the Division I-II Boys’ Individual Sweepstakes race and did so in a personal-best time on the 2.91-mile Mount San Antonio College course. “That’s just Zack,” grinned Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Evans while talking about his ultra-competitive senior.
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By Charles Rich | November 20, 2009
GLENDALE — With their respective teams having already been eliminated from the postseason, five area high school girls’ tennis players still have some goals to achieve today. It might be the trickiest encounter that they’ll face, but that’s life competing in the CIF Individuals Tournament. The quintet will arrive at Whittier Narrows Tennis Center in South El Monte not knowing who they will face until 30 minutes before first serve in their opening-round matches.
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SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 28, 2008
Impressive as a second-place CIF finish and a time of 14:55 is, for the always ultra-competitive Torres, it wasn’t good enough. “Mentally and physically, I was ready for this race, it just didn’t work out how I wanted it,” said Torres, who finished behind champion Tyler Valdes (14:51) of Dana Hills after beating Mission Viejo’s James Cameron (third, 14:56) to the finish. “My finish was good, but sprinting to get second is nothing, I want to get first.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 21, 2008
GLENDALE — With the air quality seemingly no longer a problem and Southern California blazes quelled, area cross-country runners are looking to set forth upon the CIF Southern Section finals with no distractions but their opponents on Saturday morning. “It’s a big day,” said Flintridge Prep boys’ Coach Ingrid Herskind, who leads her Rebels into the Division V race as one of six local squads hoping to climb into the CIF hierarchy and, at the same time, advance to next week’s CIF-State Meet in Fresno.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | October 31, 2008
As Zack Torres crossed the finish line on Saturday morning at the 61st running of the prestigious Mt. SAC Invitational, he did so with a look of disdain and his head shaking from side to side in dismay. It was hardly the expected reaction of a runner who had just finished third in the Division I-II Boys’ Individual Sweepstakes race and did so in a personal-best time on the 2.91-mile Mount San Antonio College course. “That’s just Zack,” grinned Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Evans while talking about his ultra-competitive senior.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | November 16, 2007
As expected, the Crescenta Valley cross country teams ran with the front of the pack at last Saturday?s CIF Southern Section preliminaries meet at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut. The boys team, under the leadership of Head Coach Mark Evans, placed second in their heat of Division I, crossing the finish line just 20 seconds behind winning team Dana Hills. Junior Zack Torres led the pack, with a 15:08 second place finish, followed by Eric Kleinsasser in seventh in 15:28. Brett Matejka (10th, 15:40)
NEWS
By: | October 12, 2005
The Newport Harbor High surf team evened its overall record by losing a close competition to Dana Hills, 86-82, Tuesday morning. This marked the third straight defeat to Dana Hills in the past two years, with the total margin of loss being a mere 15 points. The surfing conditions at Salt Creek were terrific, with continuous sets of overhead waves under warm sunny skies. The boys short board squad evened their season record at 1-1 by sweeping all four heats and outscoring Dana, 47-37.
NEWS
By: Barry Faulkner | September 29, 2005
After defeating its crosstown rival last week, the Newport Harbor High football team reaches what some might consider a crossroads Friday night at 7:30 at Dana Hills. Sailors Coach Jeff Brinkley believes the Dolphins (2-1) are the most physically talented team his squad (3-0), ranked No. 2 in CIF Southern Section Division VI, will have faced this season. A Newport Harbor victory would mark the 13th time in Brinkley's 20 seasons at the helm that the Tars had gone four games into the season without a loss.
NEWS
September 21, 2002
From Staff Reports Odds and ends from the local high school girls' tennis scene: Putting the streak in perspective: Just how impressive is Crescenta Valley's 46-match regular-season winning streak? To put the streak -- which started after a Sept. 29, 1999 Pacific League loss to Arcadia -- in perspective, the Falcons have nearly won more matches since their 9-9 (76-73) loss than league rivals Glendale and Hoover combined. Since Sept. 29, 1999, the Tornadoes -- who had two wins when the Falcons lost to the Apaches -- have won 25 matches.
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