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By Gabriel Rizk | July 26, 2009
GLENDALE — In one of their most successful seasons ever, the Arroyo Seco Saints won the Palomino League Los Angeles Section Tournament and entered Sunday’s semifinal game of the West Zone Regional Tournament against the Ventura Devil Rays hoping to get a shot to advance to the West Zone Tournament. That opportunity was lost, however, as the Saints fell, 6-4, to the Devil Rays at Littleton Field in Ontario. “We played three games [against the Devil Rays in the SoCal Connie Mack League]
SPORTS
June 18, 2004
Cubs 9 - Cards 7 The Cubs won their last game before the playoffs winning 9 to 7 over the Cardinals. Ryan Muller went 4-for-4, 4 RBIs and pitched two innings, Justin Sciarra had two hits, three runs and one inning, and Joey Orlandini had two hits and three RBIs. Dom Orlandini pitched three strong innings. (Coach Sciarra) No Report. (Coach Murphy) Giants 4 - Yankees 3 In a tightly-contested, regular season finale, the Giants scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on back-to-back hits by Chris White and Eric Smith, to win 4-3. David Lee matched Tyler Rallis' brilliant effort on the mound, with the game tied 2-2 after four innings.
NEWS
December 23, 2003
From Staff Reports The Crescenta Valley Flames, a 13-and-under boys' soccer team, fared well at Coast Soccer League Cup in early December in San Bernardino. Despite injuries to several athletes, the Flames were able to split a pair of tournament matches. Crescenta Valley, which is coached by Kevin Williams, started with a 4-2 loss and rebounded with a 3-0 victory. The Flames were led by David Rios Jr., Sean Taylor, John Borlund, Chris Butler, Erik Stahlheber, Michael Weinberg, Andy Iraheta, Garrett Gray, Mitchell Garner, Kyle Jones, Eric Smith, Jonathan Gamez, Gabe Ramirez, Kevin Swick and Austin Williams.
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August 5, 2003
Charles Rich The La Canada Spartans, a 12-year-old baseball team, split a pair of pool-play games Monday in the Cooperstown Dreams Park National Invitational Tournament in Cooperstown, N.Y. La Canada (3-1) dropped a 5-2 decision to the Mavericks of Illinois. The Spartans then rebounded in the nightcap with a 13-0 victory against the Great Falls Grays of Virginia. La Canada pitcher Garrett Gray scattered three hits in a complete-game performance.
COMMUNITY
October 11, 2013
David A. Smith, 76, of Green Valley, Arizona died of natural causes on September 7, 2013. David began his career in Toronto, Canada as a camera man and he enjoyed working as a technical director and camera man in Hollywood, CA for over 35 years. He received 4 Emmy Awards for his contributions. Upon retirement, he became active in the Burbank Rotary Club before moving with his wife, Judi, to Green Valley, AZ in 2002. He was a member of The Green Valley Rotary Club, Green Valley Fire District CERT Team, and a member of the Board of Directors for the Green Valley Fire District.
NEWS
April 2, 2005
Hamlet Nalbandyan Thankfully, there are no ties in volleyball, or else the Glendale and Hoover boys' squads might still be winless after Friday's Pacific League match. Because that's how close the two winless programs are to each other. In the end, perhaps it was Glendale's home-court advantage that proved the difference in the Nitros' 22-25, 25-21, 25-23, 16-25, 15-13 victory. That, and the fact the Nitros had Vinson Ching on their side. The third-year varsity starter buckled down when his team needed him the most, helping Glendale snap an eight-match losing streak.
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June 17, 2005
Grant Gordon After tying for a second-place finish in the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley's boys' volleyball team also tied for the second most all-league selections upon the release of the 2005 All-Pacific League boys' volleyball team. In all, the Falcons, who finished their year with a 22-10 mark and a first-round postseason exit, had six players honored, just as Claremont did. League titlist Arcadia had nine, including most valuable player Dan Alexander.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | July 28, 2008
GLENDALE — Two run-scoring passed balls and a bases-loaded single by Eric Smith fueled a three-run sixth inning and a 5-3 come-from-behind victory for the Arroyo Seco Saints over Yuma, Arizona in the second round of the Babe Ruth League Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament on Saturday night in Watsonville. “[Arizona] was very good — they’re the best team we’ve seen all year,” Arroyo Seco Manager Aaron Milam said. “It was a very tight game all the way.” The late rally also delivered the win for Arroyo Seco starting pitcher Spenser Messmore, who pitched a seven-inning, five-hit complete game with six strikeouts against a lineup stocked with college players from the Yuma area.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 26, 2008
GLENDALE ? An 8-5 first-round win over Monterey Bay late Thursday night in Watsonville slotted the Arroyo Seco Saints into the winners? bracket of the Babe Ruth 16-18 Pacific Southwest Regional Tournament, where the team will aim to stay with a win in its next game against Arizona tonight. Arroyo Seco supported winning starting pitcher Nick Woodward with 13 hits on Thursday, including a three-for-three performance from 2008 St. Francis High graduate Kyle Wong, who had two runs batted in, and a two-for-three, three-RBI game from Nick Wilson.
NEWS
June 7, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan It seems like the Crescenta Valley High boys' volleyball team has had to share just about everything the past couple of years with Arcadia. The programs have split the Pacific League championship the past two years, along with the league's most valuable player. The most recent Falcon who has had to share time in the limelight is senior opposite hitter Jeff O'Neill. O'Neill was named the league's co-most valuable player for 2004, along with 6-foot-7 Apache junior Dan Alexander.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 26, 2009
GLENDALE — In one of their most successful seasons ever, the Arroyo Seco Saints won the Palomino League Los Angeles Section Tournament and entered Sunday’s semifinal game of the West Zone Regional Tournament against the Ventura Devil Rays hoping to get a shot to advance to the West Zone Tournament. That opportunity was lost, however, as the Saints fell, 6-4, to the Devil Rays at Littleton Field in Ontario. “We played three games [against the Devil Rays in the SoCal Connie Mack League]
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SPORTS
June 18, 2004
Cubs 9 - Cards 7 The Cubs won their last game before the playoffs winning 9 to 7 over the Cardinals. Ryan Muller went 4-for-4, 4 RBIs and pitched two innings, Justin Sciarra had two hits, three runs and one inning, and Joey Orlandini had two hits and three RBIs. Dom Orlandini pitched three strong innings. (Coach Sciarra) No Report. (Coach Murphy) Giants 4 - Yankees 3 In a tightly-contested, regular season finale, the Giants scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning on back-to-back hits by Chris White and Eric Smith, to win 4-3. David Lee matched Tyler Rallis' brilliant effort on the mound, with the game tied 2-2 after four innings.
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