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November 12, 2011
FIRST ROUND Flintridge Prep 12, Dos Pueblos 6: Balance, in the form of six singles and six doubles victories, carried the Rebels to a first-round CIF Southern Section Division II playoff victory Thursday. Lauren Bateman, Dos Pueblos' No. 1 singles player, swept, but it wasn't enough. "I don't believe we'll run into a No. 1 player again like that," Flintridge Prep Coach Ron Catano said of Bateman. "She was just untouchable. [Going forward] we're just going to weight heavily on our singles and hopefully our doubles can just finish the load.
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By Jon Stein | December 28, 2013
NEWHALL - It's not often in sports that a team can honestly say that it did everything it could have wanted to. But that's exactly how the day went for the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team in its 7-0 victory over Dos Pueblos in the semifinals of the Hart High tournament on Saturday afternoon at The Master's College. The Falcons scored in the opening minutes of action on a goal from Matt Ryan off an assist from Tony Royer and the duo duplicated the feat midway through the half to give Crescenta Valley a 2-0 lead early on. "You come out a little lethargic," said Ryan of having played three games in the previous day and a half.
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May 16, 2000
Peter Samore LA CANADA HIGH -- At the beginning of the season, La Canada boys' volleyball Coach Kevin Boyke didn't envision his team earning a spot in the postseason. The Spartans did not not have a setter and were coming off a dismal 1-9 Rio Hondo League record the season before. Boyke, in his first season as coach, came in to see that his team had a sizable amount of height and quickness. However, the team was young--featuring only two seniors--and this might it might not have been enough to get into the playoffs.
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By Dylan Kruse | February 18, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? It?s surely a match the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls? soccer team wishes it could have back. In a year where the Tologs turned in their best league campaign ever and accomplished a number of things for the first time, it was a bit of an ironic twist that another first ended their season on Saturday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division I first-round match against Dos Pueblos at St. Francis High. Dos Pueblos? Lauren Witchey rifled a penalty kick ?
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By Grant Gordon | November 17, 2008
LA CRESCENTA ? With the rest of the team gathered around the court cheering them on and Crescenta Valley High Coach Tom Gossard rooting and coaching with every point, the Falcons doubles team of Courtney Pietsch and Kay Lee was on center stage in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. Despite the throng of support and an atmosphere normally reserved for a pivotal set, the match had long been decided, but it made no matter as Gossard congratulated his seniors with a grin and a hug. ?
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December 18, 2004
BOYS' BASKETBALL Hoover 71, Santa Fe 62: Zare Zagaryan and Grigor Odjakian each scored 20 points to carry Hoover (5-3) in a consolation semifinal game of the Alhambra Tournament on Friday. Zagaryan and Odjakian finished with nine and eight rebounds, respectively. Teammate Sevag Khoddagholian finished with 18 points, and the Tornadoes scored 45 second-half points. Hoover, which made nine three-pointers, will meet Northview in the consolation championship contest at 3:15 p.m. today.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 7, 2006
GLENDALE ? After years of near misses and disappointments, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball team finally did something it never had in the Mission League. The Tologs cracked the top three in the tough league in 2006 and earned a postseason berth, their first since joining the elite group. And even though Flintridge Sacred Heart lost to Dos Pueblos, 8-2, in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IV playoffs, the Tologs got the attention of the rest of the league.
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May 23, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan The La Canada High boys' tennis team could thank an individual for their success this season. Chances are if Scott Patterson wasn't in the Spartans' lineup, Will Moravec's squad would not be playing in the CIF Southern Section Division IV quarterfinals. Patterson is La Canada's No. 1 singles player, and he's been performing like a No. 1 in every way imaginable. The senior has been dominating this season, especially in the playoffs.
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By Jon Stein | December 28, 2013
NEWHALL - It's not often in sports that a team can honestly say that it did everything it could have wanted to. But that's exactly how the day went for the Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer team in its 7-0 victory over Dos Pueblos in the semifinals of the Hart High tournament on Saturday afternoon at The Master's College. The Falcons scored in the opening minutes of action on a goal from Matt Ryan off an assist from Tony Royer and the duo duplicated the feat midway through the half to give Crescenta Valley a 2-0 lead early on. "You come out a little lethargic," said Ryan of having played three games in the previous day and a half.
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SPORTS
November 12, 2011
FIRST ROUND Flintridge Prep 12, Dos Pueblos 6: Balance, in the form of six singles and six doubles victories, carried the Rebels to a first-round CIF Southern Section Division II playoff victory Thursday. Lauren Bateman, Dos Pueblos' No. 1 singles player, swept, but it wasn't enough. "I don't believe we'll run into a No. 1 player again like that," Flintridge Prep Coach Ron Catano said of Bateman. "She was just untouchable. [Going forward] we're just going to weight heavily on our singles and hopefully our doubles can just finish the load.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | November 10, 2011
Perfect balance carried the Flintridge Prep girls' tennis team to playoff success Thursday afternoon at Scholl Canyon Tennis Center in a CIF Southern Section Division first-round match against visiting Dos Pueblos. Six singles wins and six more in the doubles bracket were enough for the Rebels to double up the Chargers, 12-6, setting up a second-round rematch at 2 p.m. Saturday with third-seeded Newport Harbor. "We get to play the team that knocked us out last year," said Prep Coach Ron Catano, whose team (14-4)
SPORTS
September 3, 2009
CRESCENTA VALLEY COACH: Tom Gossard, 15th year. LEAGUE: Pacific. LAST SEASON: 17-2, 12-0 in league for first place. Lost to Dos Pueblos, 12-6, in CIF Southern Section Division II second round. PLAYERS TO WATCH: Ani Ebrahamian, senior, doubles; Sydney Farzadkish, sophomore, doubles; Corineh Ghfafian, senior, singles; Erin LeVoir, junior, singles; Andrea Megerdichian, senior, doubles; Audri Pardo, sophomore, doubles; Hana Park, junior, doubles; Ani Pogarian, junior, doubles; Viktoriya Shumakova, freshman, singles; Tenny Soleymani, senior, singles.
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By Grant Gordon | November 21, 2008
With the rest of the team gathered around the court cheering them on and Crescenta Valley High Coach Tom Gossard rooting and coaching with every point, the Falcons doubles team of Courtney Pietsch and Kay Lee was on center stage in the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. Despite the throng of support and an atmosphere normally reserved for a pivotal set, the match had long been decided, but it made no matter as Gossard congratulated his seniors with a grin and a hug. ?
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By Charles Rich | November 19, 2008
Erin LeVoir only needed to hark back to last year?s experiences. New to the high school tennis scene, LeVoir knew next to nothing about her teammates and soon-to-be opponents. Learning on the job proved to be an arduous task, though she didn?t mind provided it helped her become a more complete player while competing on a squad that?s been successful for more than a decade. Adapting to the next level didn?t take long for LeVoir. Gaining a batch of experience and with more spring in her legs now, the Crescenta Valley High girls?
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By Dylan Kruse | February 18, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? It?s surely a match the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls? soccer team wishes it could have back. In a year where the Tologs turned in their best league campaign ever and accomplished a number of things for the first time, it was a bit of an ironic twist that another first ended their season on Saturday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division I first-round match against Dos Pueblos at St. Francis High. Dos Pueblos? Lauren Witchey rifled a penalty kick ?
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By Grant Gordon | February 12, 2008
GLENDALE — Thus far, it’s been quite a season for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team. The Tologs won at Chamdinade for the first time ever, they beat Harvard-Westlake for the first time in nearly a decade and, now, they’re hosting a playoff match for the first time since 1997. The CIF Southern Section released the girls’ soccer playoff pairings Monday afternoon, with Sacred Heart, Crescenta Valley and Holy Family all along for the ride.
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