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January 29, 2012
GIRLS' WATER POLO Crescenta Valley 12, Oxnard 4: The Falcons won the Oxnard Tournament on Saturday behind four goals from Sabrina Hatzer in the championship match against the host Yellowjackets. Elissa Arnold added three goals and Stefanie Loporchio scored twice for Crescenta Valley, which improved to 26-0. The Falcons played three matches on Saturday, including a 12-7 win over Newbury Park in the semifinals led by four goals from Shannon Hovanesian and 13 saves by Gabriel Isacson and a 10-1 defeat of Righetti in the quarters, in which Hatzer scored three goals.
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December 14, 2011
BOYS' SOCCER Crescenta Valley 6, Culver City 0: Pavle Atanackovic scored a pair of goals Tuesday to lift the Falcons (4-0-4) to a pool-play road victory in the Westside Tournament. Crescenta Valley, which hasn't allowed a goal in its last five matches, got one goal apiece from Alex Berger, Erick Trejo, Eric Keshishian and Tony Royer. GIRLS' SOCCER Crescenta Valley 1, Golden Valley 0: The host Falcons (2-3) picked up a nonleague victory Tuesday.
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October 28, 2011
GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL Crescenta Valley 2, L.A. Baptist 0: The Falcons won their final pool-play match, 25-18, 25-18, on Friday night in the opening round of their host tournament to finish second in Pool B and secure a Gold Division playoff berth for today's final round, which begins at 10:30 a.m. Crescenta Valley split its first two matches. It fell to South Hills, 24-26, 25-14, 15-4 before besting Van Nuys, 25-23, 24-26, 15-13. Viewpoint 3, Glendale Adventist Academy 0: Glendale Adventist put up a fight in the final game, racking up 22 points, but was still swept by Viewpoint, 25-14, 25-12, 25-22, in a Liberty League match Thursday.
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September 28, 2011
GIRLS' GOLF Crescenta Valley 221, Burroughs 238: Audrey Chung of Crescenta Valley carded a five-over-par 41 on Wednesday to earn medalist honors in a nonleague match at De Bell Golf Club. Amy Park had a 43 for the Falcons (14-9-1). GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Holy Family in Horizon League meet: The Gaels finished last in the five-team event Wednesday at Griffith Park. Alejandra Hernandez was ninth for the Gaels, who got a 10th-place effort from Gaby Diaz.
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March 19, 2011
TRACK AND FIELD Crescenta Valley in Camarillo Distance Relays: The Falcons' quartet of Cali King, Diane Lombardi, Claudia Pham and Anneke Kakebeen took the top spot in the 4x1,600-meters relay Friday night in a time of 22 minutes 21.45 seconds — which was the second-best time in the nine-year history of the meet. King ran a 5:27.9 leg to lead off and the time was matched by Kakebeen on the anchor. Lombardi ran a 5:43.6 leg, while Pham followed in the third leg at 5:41.7.
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March 13, 2011
SOFTBALL Crescenta Valley 8, Temple City 1: Hannah Cookson hit two home runs to lead the Falcons (4-0) to a win in the championship game of the Duarte Tournament on Saturday. Cece Martinez, Sydney House, Delaney Gay and Jessica Morena each recorded multi-hit games. Long Beach Poly 8, Hoover 4: Briana Manzanero, Kaitlyn Williams and Kenya Buckley each went two for three for the Tornadoes in a Cypress Tournament loss on Saturday. Hoover also lost to Fullerton, 9-1, in the same tournament on Saturday.
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January 6, 2012
BOYS' SOCCER Crescenta Valley 2, Burbank 2: An Alex Berger goal off a throw-in inside the final minute of regulation saved the Falcons (4-0-6) from their first loss of the season in a Pacific League match Friday at Burbank. Berger also assisted on Pavle Atanackovic's first-half goal. Crescenta Valley, which tied Glendale in its league opener on Tuesday, is 0-0-2 in league. St. Francis 3, Crespi 0: Billy McCreary, Thomas Banks and Derek Bell all scored goals for visiting St. Francis, which improved to 2-7-4 and 1-1 in the Mission League on Friday.
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By Jonathan Raber | February 16, 2007
Of all the basketball skills that Molly Roach possesses, being a great teammate might just stand out the most. Which is saying something, considering the Crescenta Valley High senior is currently her team's most complete player, No. 1 offensive option and leading scorer. "I couldn't imagine playing without Molly on the court," says teammate and friend since seventh grade Kayla Hornor. "She is such a huge influence and sparkplug to keep us going." It is Roach's commitment and leadership that has propelled the resurgent Falcons to a complete 180 from last season's second-to-last-place Pacific League finish.
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January 20, 2012
BOYS' BASKETBALL Crescenta Valley 57, Arcadia 45: Crescenta Valley overcame its first-quarter shooting struggles to earn a Pacific League win Friday night against rival Arcadia. The Falcons trailed, 13-6, after the first quarter before regrouping to build a 27-22 halftime advantage. “We came out so excited with all of the fans cheering and the guys were overly excited,” said Crescenta Valley Coach Shawn Zargarian, who received 18 points and 12 rebounds from Christian Misi to snap a two-game losing streak and improve to 16-4, 5-2 in league.
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By Joey Kaufman, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 11, 2014
GLENDALE - A season ago, the Burbank High baseball team and the Crescenta Valley High baseball team were neck-and-neck atop the standings and eventually shared the Pacific League crown. But a year later, with Burbank relying on an inexperienced lineup after graduating 14 seniors, Crescenta Valley looks as if it has the upper hand. The Falcons bested the young Bulldogs on Friday night at Stengel Field, 4-1. “Beating every team will make us feel good,” Crescenta Valley senior Michael Russo said.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | April 11, 2014
To look at the body of work compiled by the Crescenta Valley High girls' water polo team this past season is to grab a snapshot of another successful campaign for the area's top program. The Falcons finished 24-7, captured a fifth straight Pacific League championship and advanced to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs for a fourth consecutive season. Such success has become consistent and expected at a program that rose to prominence under coach Pete Loporchio and reached its pinnacle with Brent Danna at the helm.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | April 10, 2014
PASADENA - Russell Caletena got to Brookside Golf Course No. 2 aware the conditions of the greens might not be too favorable for him leading up to Thursday's Pacific League golf match. Earlier in the week, the course underwent a round of aerification, a type of preventative maintenance that leaves small holes on the course designed to loosen soil. Caletena, a sophomore at Glendale, didn't seem to mind the conditions all that much. Caletena shot an even-par 70 to earn medalist honors in a match won by Crescenta Valley.
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From Staff Reports | April 9, 2014
GIRLS' TRACK AND FIELD Crescenta Valley in Pacific League tri-meet: The Falcons picked up a pair of victories on Wednesday afternoon at Burroughs High as they defeated Burroughs, 93-43, and Muir, 126-9. Crescenta Valley (5-1 in league) won 12 of 16 events in the head-to-head with the Indians, which included victories from Megan Melnyk in the 800 meters (2 minutes, 24 seconds) and 1,600 (5:31). Overall, the Falcons dominated the middle and long distances, as Courtney Iannello won the 400 (25.65)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | April 8, 2014
LA CRESCENTA - It's no secret that Hannah Cookson is among the elite hitters in the Pacific League and likely beyond. Cookson provided further evidence Tuesday, as she hit two home runs and drove in seven runs to power Crescenta Valley to a 10-0 home win against Glendale in a league game called in the fifth inning because of the 10-run mercy rule. “She got that nice, smooth swing,” said Crescenta Valley first-year Coach John Pehar, whose team improved to 6-5, 2-1 in league.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | April 8, 2014
GLENDALE - Though the Pacific League baseball season is still in its infant stages, it has been quite some time since Glendale High was ahead of Crescenta Valley in the league standings. Such was the case Tuesday afternoon when the Nitros hosted the Falcons with a new coach, a field looking as good as it has in years and crowded stands. PHOTOS: CV boys' baseball shuts down Glendale But while Tuesday was very much emblematic of how much things are changing for the Nitros, the day belonged to Crescenta Valley and junior starting pitcher Jimmy Smiley.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | April 4, 2014
BURBANK - With both the Burroughs High and Crescenta Valley baseball teams, squads that had made the playoffs a season earlier, having opened up Pacific League play with losses to teams that had finished outside of the top four in league last year, perhaps Friday afternoon's league showdown took on even more importance. For the Falcons, at least, that was the mindset. And, behind some early offense and solid pitching, Crescenta Valley staved off host Burroughs for a 4-1 league victory.
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By Lynne Heffley | April 4, 2014
“Everyone dies with secrets, why can't I?” Convalescing at home after a fall, Lilith Fischer, age 87, is snappish with her son on the phone, rude to her in-home aide and determined to keep the memories of her youth buried. A ghost from her past, however, has other ideas. Imaginative in the telling and deeply felt, “The Last Act of Lilka Kadison,” a West Coast premiere presented by the Falcon Theatre in association with Chicago's Tony Award-winning Lookingglass Theatre Company, is a quiet celebration of the life-affirming power of creativity and human connection.
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By Joey Kaufman, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 2, 2014
LA CRESCENTA - For a moment, albeit a brief one, it looked as if the Crescenta Valley High boys' volleyball team's undefeated season and 12-match winning streak were in jeopardy. Hosting Glendale in a Pacific League match on Wednesday afternoon, the Falcons trailed by seven points midway through the first game, plagued by miscommunication and other miscues. “I don't know,” Falcons Coach John Nelson said of the sluggish start. “We were having a hard time getting up to speed.” Eventually, they caught up enough to sweep the visiting Nitros, 26-24, 25-17, 25-17.
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By Emin Avakian, Special to the Glendale News-Press | April 1, 2014
LA CRESCENTA - After jumping out of the gates in impressive fashion and winning its first four Pacific League matches, the Crescenta Valley High boys' tennis team has dropped its last two to foes that appear to be vying for a title, along with the Falcons. The common denominator of the two defeats - to Hoover on March 11 and most recently, Arcadia, at home on Tuesday afternoon - has been Crescenta Valley's inability to stay with their opponent in the singles bracket. The Falcons, similarly to their match with the Tornadoes, garnered just two wins in singles play, and despite getting five out of nine in doubles, fell to the first-place and undefeated Apaches, 11-7.
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