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June 27, 2008
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 23, 2012
LA CRESCENTA - While the Falcons' star swimmers all returned this season, Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming Coach Jan Sakonju said at the onset of the season that the emergence of role players would be the key to scoring enough points to win a CIF title in May. If Friday's nonleague home dual-meet win over Saugus is any indication, the Falcons are making quick strides in that department. Junior Young Tae Seo and senior Louis Wojciechowski made only a brief appearance at the onset of the meet and fellow CIF mainstay Harrison Thai was absent altogether, but Crescenta Valley still rolled to a 110-61 win. "It was a good opportunity for other guys to take over in the last two-thirds of the meet and it was also an opportunity for us to show our depth," said Sakonju, who got a pair of wins in the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute 43.05 seconds)
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From Staff Reports | April 26, 2014
GIRLS' SWIMMING Crescenta Valley at Mt. SAC Meet of Champions: Heather MacDougall enjoyed a spectacular day in picking up two victories at the day-long meet on Saturday afternoon. MacDoughall paced the Falcons by winning the 200-yard freestlye in 1 minute, 49.57 seconds and the 100-yard backstroke (56.66). Iva Icheva took seventh in the 100-yard backstroke in 1:01.22. The Falcons' 200-yard free relay squad took second in 1:41.93, while the 200-yard medley team finished fifth in 1:53.98 BOYS' SWIMMING Crescenta Valley at Mt. SAC Meet of Champions: The Falcons turned in quite a few standout efforts at Saturday's day-long event.
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By Jonathan Raber | April 18, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It was a pitcher's duel in every sense of the word. With Crescenta Valley High's Kam Krise and Corona Santiago's Andy Beresford matching each other pitch for pitch, zeroes hung in the scoreboard's run column through six-plus innings. Fortunately for the Falcons, they would get the last hacks and Daniel Park made sure to capitalize. Park singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to carry the Falcons to a 1-0 victory over the Sharks in Tuesday's nonleague affair at Stengel Field.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 26, 2013
PASADENA - George Vine IV doesn't seem to mind being peppered with a lot of shots. The Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo goalie said he prefers to stay active guarding the cage and seeing his share of chances during games. The senior enjoyed a big performance Thursday, as he made 12 saves, including six in the first half, to propel host Crescenta Valley to a 10-6 win against former division rival Rio Mesa at Pasadena City College. “I feel like I have a lot of responsibility to help my team win,” said Vine, who had nine first-half saves.
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By Grant Gordon | February 27, 2008
Free of any pomp or circumstance, far from much recognition and certainly the spotlight, Daniel Park quietly turned in a terrific junior season. But on a Crescenta Valley High baseball team with names like Emmons, Nacapoy, Kauppila and Krise, the 5-foot-4, 150-pound Falcon in center field was easily overlooked. Now, though, the reserved and diminutive Park is one of just three returning starters for the Pacific League champions along with Kris and Lonnie Kauppila. Now, Park must emerge from the shadows of his teammates if Crescenta Valley is to lay claim to its seventh consecutive league title.
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 29, 2014
PASADENA - In an annual rite of passage, Crescenta Valley High finishes its Pacific League dual meet schedule with a matchup against rival Arcadia. “Both programs prepare for this meet and the Pacific League championships each year,” CV boys' Coach Jan Sakonju said. “It's part of a season goal, but also a career goal. This meet is important. This rivalry is important.” Both the Falcons boys' and girls' squads came through to claim the victory over the Apaches by scores of 99-71 and 117-53, respectively, on Tuesday afternoon at Pasadena City College.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | March 26, 2014
GLENDALE - Winning 21 of 22 possible events, the Crescenta Valley High boys' and girls' swimming teams continued their strong push toward league championships with convincing victories over host Glendale in Pacific League action Wednesday afternoon. The Falcons were a bit stronger on the girls' competition in picking up a 136-35 victory, while the Nitros were a little more formidable in a Falcons' 111-59 boys' win in Glendale's meet debut. PHOTOS: Crescenta Valley and Glendale compete in Pacific League swim meet “I think my squad is starting to get a little more focused as the season is progressing,” Crescenta Valley boys' swimming Coach Jan Sakonju said.
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 29, 2014
PASADENA - In an annual rite of passage, Crescenta Valley High finishes its Pacific League dual meet schedule with a matchup against rival Arcadia. “Both programs prepare for this meet and the Pacific League championships each year,” CV boys' Coach Jan Sakonju said. “It's part of a season goal, but also a career goal. This meet is important. This rivalry is important.” Both the Falcons boys' and girls' squads came through to claim the victory over the Apaches by scores of 99-71 and 117-53, respectively, on Tuesday afternoon at Pasadena City College.
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From Staff Reports | April 26, 2014
GIRLS' SWIMMING Crescenta Valley at Mt. SAC Meet of Champions: Heather MacDougall enjoyed a spectacular day in picking up two victories at the day-long meet on Saturday afternoon. MacDoughall paced the Falcons by winning the 200-yard freestlye in 1 minute, 49.57 seconds and the 100-yard backstroke (56.66). Iva Icheva took seventh in the 100-yard backstroke in 1:01.22. The Falcons' 200-yard free relay squad took second in 1:41.93, while the 200-yard medley team finished fifth in 1:53.98 BOYS' SWIMMING Crescenta Valley at Mt. SAC Meet of Champions: The Falcons turned in quite a few standout efforts at Saturday's day-long event.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | March 26, 2014
GLENDALE - Winning 21 of 22 possible events, the Crescenta Valley High boys' and girls' swimming teams continued their strong push toward league championships with convincing victories over host Glendale in Pacific League action Wednesday afternoon. The Falcons were a bit stronger on the girls' competition in picking up a 136-35 victory, while the Nitros were a little more formidable in a Falcons' 111-59 boys' win in Glendale's meet debut. PHOTOS: Crescenta Valley and Glendale compete in Pacific League swim meet “I think my squad is starting to get a little more focused as the season is progressing,” Crescenta Valley boys' swimming Coach Jan Sakonju said.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 26, 2013
PASADENA - George Vine IV doesn't seem to mind being peppered with a lot of shots. The Crescenta Valley High boys' water polo goalie said he prefers to stay active guarding the cage and seeing his share of chances during games. The senior enjoyed a big performance Thursday, as he made 12 saves, including six in the first half, to propel host Crescenta Valley to a 10-6 win against former division rival Rio Mesa at Pasadena City College. “I feel like I have a lot of responsibility to help my team win,” said Vine, who had nine first-half saves.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 23, 2012
LA CRESCENTA - While the Falcons' star swimmers all returned this season, Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming Coach Jan Sakonju said at the onset of the season that the emergence of role players would be the key to scoring enough points to win a CIF title in May. If Friday's nonleague home dual-meet win over Saugus is any indication, the Falcons are making quick strides in that department. Junior Young Tae Seo and senior Louis Wojciechowski made only a brief appearance at the onset of the meet and fellow CIF mainstay Harrison Thai was absent altogether, but Crescenta Valley still rolled to a 110-61 win. "It was a good opportunity for other guys to take over in the last two-thirds of the meet and it was also an opportunity for us to show our depth," said Sakonju, who got a pair of wins in the 200-yard freestyle (1 minute 43.05 seconds)
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June 27, 2008
Heather Abrams Matt Amado Daniel Baek Jenna Benson Tatiana Chambrasi Alice Choo Hong Jun Chun Gina Chung Alineh Davidian Natalie Davidian Christian Di Nicola Nick Diaz Jacqueline Dilanchyan Krassi Djonev Trevor Fonda Devi Ganapathi Aren Gharibi Catherine Giese Justin Go Sophia Han Maddison Hardin Taylor Hill Monica Hong Suzie Huh ...
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By Grant Gordon | February 27, 2008
Free of any pomp or circumstance, far from much recognition and certainly the spotlight, Daniel Park quietly turned in a terrific junior season. But on a Crescenta Valley High baseball team with names like Emmons, Nacapoy, Kauppila and Krise, the 5-foot-4, 150-pound Falcon in center field was easily overlooked. Now, though, the reserved and diminutive Park is one of just three returning starters for the Pacific League champions along with Kris and Lonnie Kauppila. Now, Park must emerge from the shadows of his teammates if Crescenta Valley is to lay claim to its seventh consecutive league title.
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By Jonathan Raber | April 20, 2007
It was a pitcher's duel in every sense of the word. With Crescenta Valley High's Kam Krise and Corona Santiago's Andy Beresford matching each other pitch for pitch, zeroes hung in the scoreboard's run column through six-plus innings. Fortunately for the Falcons, they would get the last hacks and Daniel Park made sure to capitalize. Park singled home the winning run in the bottom of the seventh inning to carry the Falcons to a 1-0 victory over the Sharks in Tuesday's nonleague affair at Stengel Field.
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