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September 25, 2000
Mirjam Swanson DUARTE HIGH -- Not nearly blow-for-blow, two explosive offenses did what was expected of them on the football field at Duarte High on Saturday night: engage in a wild, high-scoring shoot-out. But when the dust settled, Flintridge Prep High left just wishing for another shot. San Diego Francis Parker High went home happy with its convincing 49-28 win in tow, while the Rebels were left frustrated, having absorbed more abuse than they dished in the loss.
SPORTS
November 28, 2006
TODAY GIRLS' BASKETB ALL Holy Family in Viewpoint Tournament, TBA Blair vs. Glendale in Hoover-Tip-Off Classic, 3 p.m. Ramona Convent vs. Hoover in Hoover Tip-Off Classic, 7:45 p.m. Oak Park vs. Crescenta Valley in Crescenta Valley Tournament, 8 p.m. BOYS' BASKETBALL Mark Keppel vs. Renaissance Academy in Burbank Tournament, 3:30 p.m. Glendale vs. University in Burbank Tournament,...
NEWS
October 9, 2000
Mirjam Swanson DUARTE HIGH -- For anyone who didn't know, Omar Dittu is good. The junior tailback only reaffirmed the fact during his Flintridge Prep High football team's 40-12 win against Village Christian High Saturday at Duarte High. For starters, Dittu is good at deflecting praise: "Our offensive line did awesome tonight, they just opened it up so I could use my speed. I love the linemen." And even though he's an individual offensive juggernaut, Dittu is also remarkably good at defense.
SPORTS
December 10, 2008
GIRLS? SOCCER Crescenta Valley 1, Valencia 1: The Falcons rallied for their second straight tie on the road against a Foothill League team, as Amanda Rose Johnson scored off a Jordan Royer assist late in the second half for the stalemate. Brittany Berger, Brittani Dearman, Tori Baldridge and Dana Dowse all played well for the Falcons (1-0-2), who play Thursday at home against West Ranch at 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep 3, Temple City 1: The Rebels picked up their first victory of the season on Monday at Duarte High in the Duarte Tournament.
NEWS
March 11, 2004
BOYS' GOLF Flintridge Prep 202, Azusa 216: Ryan Parker shot a two-over par 36 in Wednesday's nonleague road match at Azusa Greens Golf Course. The Rebels (2-0) received a 39 from junior Brett Kanda and teammate Jordan Sharpe carded a 40. Flintridge Prep will next play another nonleague match at 3 p.m. today against Valencia at the La Canada Country Club. St. Francis 161, Encino Crespi 176: Logan Hunter and Phil Crist each shot 30 through seven holes Wednesday at Harding Golf Course to power the host Golden Knights in a Mission League match called because of darkness.
SPORTS
By By Charles Rich | October 15, 2005
rebels/chadwickFootball: Flintridge Prep to start Prep League competition with road contest against Chadwick.GLENDALE -- After a month of competing in nonleague games, the Flintridge Prep football squad can finally shift its attention to the Prep League. The Rebels (2-2) will gladly do so when they meet host Chadwick (2-3) in the league opener at 2 p.m. today. Flintridge Prep will look to make the postseason after failing to qualify last season for the first time since 1989.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
BASEBALL Hoover 7, Monrovia 0: Senior right-hander Tae Kwon tossed a no-hitter and struck out 10 to lead the visiting Tornadoes in an Arcadia Elks Tournament contest Monday. Kwon issued three walks in a game called after six innings because of darkness. Hoover (1-0) got a two-run double from John La in the first inning to take a 2-0 lead. Chris Fung hit a solo home run in the fourth inning for the Tornadoes, which got two hits and a stolen base from Fernando Frias.
NEWS
September 16, 2003
BOYS' JUNIOR VARSITY CROSS-COUNTRY Eighth annual La Canada Flintridge All-City Meet: St. Francis' Matthew Cadena was the individual winner in Thursday's season-opening meet at the Rose Bowl, clocking 17 minutes 44.49 seconds on the three-mile course. Unfortunately for Cadena and his Golden Knight teammates -- including fourth-place finisher Matt Hoffmann (17:59.46) -- Flintridge Prep had too much depth, as the Rebels won the boys' junior varsity competition, 26-29.
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December 10, 2008
GIRLS? SOCCER Crescenta Valley 1, Valencia 1: The Falcons rallied for their second straight tie on the road against a Foothill League team, as Amanda Rose Johnson scored off a Jordan Royer assist late in the second half for the stalemate. Brittany Berger, Brittani Dearman, Tori Baldridge and Dana Dowse all played well for the Falcons (1-0-2), who play Thursday at home against West Ranch at 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep 3, Temple City 1: The Rebels picked up their first victory of the season on Monday at Duarte High in the Duarte Tournament.
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By Gabriel Rizk | February 19, 2007
LA CA√ĎADA FLINTRIDGE ? While failing to fire on all cylinders for any significant stretch of Saturday night's CIF Southern Section Division IV-A second-round playoff game, the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team still proved itself to be a very dangerous team, even on an off night. The Rebels had four players score in double figures ? led by Laurel Myers' monster 17-point, 18-rebound effort ? to offset their 20 turnovers and overall 33% shooting from the field, and lead the way to a 58-43 victory over visiting Duarte High.
SPORTS
November 28, 2006
TODAY GIRLS' BASKETB ALL Holy Family in Viewpoint Tournament, TBA Blair vs. Glendale in Hoover-Tip-Off Classic, 3 p.m. Ramona Convent vs. Hoover in Hoover Tip-Off Classic, 7:45 p.m. Oak Park vs. Crescenta Valley in Crescenta Valley Tournament, 8 p.m. BOYS' BASKETBALL Mark Keppel vs. Renaissance Academy in Burbank Tournament, 3:30 p.m. Glendale vs. University in Burbank Tournament,...
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By From Staff Reports | November 11, 2005
football previewsFootball: Crescenta Valley and Flintridge Prep squads can sew up playoff berths with victories today.GLENDALE -- The following is a preview of today's high school football games featuring local teams. Arcadia vs. Crescenta Valley at Moyse Field, 7 p.m.: The Falcons (3-6, 3-1 in league) begin the final week of the regular season in third place behind Muir and Arcadia. The Falcons, who can finish second in league with a victory against Arcadia, had their three-game winning streak snapped with a 43-0 home loss to Muir on Nov. 4. Crescenta Valley could muster just 96 yards of total offense against Muir, which rolled up 463. The Falcons might have a difficult task of stopping Arcadia senior running back Audarrius Bailey, who scored the winning touchdown in the waning moments of last year's battle against the Falcons.
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By By Charles Rich | October 15, 2005
rebels/chadwickFootball: Flintridge Prep to start Prep League competition with road contest against Chadwick.GLENDALE -- After a month of competing in nonleague games, the Flintridge Prep football squad can finally shift its attention to the Prep League. The Rebels (2-2) will gladly do so when they meet host Chadwick (2-3) in the league opener at 2 p.m. today. Flintridge Prep will look to make the postseason after failing to qualify last season for the first time since 1989.
NEWS
By: Bob Dickson | October 10, 2005
Playing its first game in two weeks, Flintridge Prep received a rude welcome back from powerful St. Margaret's on Saturday at Duarte High. The Rebels managed just 123 yards from scrimmage against the No. 2-ranked team in CIF Southern Section Division XXIII and fell, 29-9. Flintridge Prep's lone touchdown came on an 85-yard kickoff return from Alex Clayton in the second quarter. Running back Zachary Goldstein, who had rushed for more than 100 yards in two of Flintridge's first three games, was held to 76. The Rebels (2-2)
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By: Shel Segal | September 28, 2005
Flintridge Prep running back Zach Goldstein seemed a bit uneasy before Saturday night's nonleague game against Bellarmine-Jefferson High, as he tried to probe information about the Guards while warming up on the sidelines. He had nothing to worry about. Goldstein ripped apart the Guards' defense, rushing for 237 yards in 22 carries with two touchdowns -- including scores of 87 and 65 yards -- as the Flintridge Prep football team held off Bell-Jeff, 21-12, at Duarte High.
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By: Shel Segal | September 26, 2005
Flintridge Prep running back Zach Goldstein seemed a bit uneasy before Saturday night's nonleague game against Bellarmine-Jefferson High, as he tried to probe information about the Guards while warming up on the sidelines. He had nothing to worry about. Goldstein ripped apart the Guards' defense, rushing for 237 yards in 22 carries with two touchdowns -- including scores of 87 and 65 yards -- as the Flintridge Prep football team held off Bell-Jeff, 21-12, at Duarte High.
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