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By Charles Rich | September 14, 2006
GLENDALE ? The following are updates on local athletes competing at the collegiate level: Lauren Bustos (Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 2006) freshman defender/midfielder, Fordham University women's soccer ? With the help of Bustos, a two-time All-Area Girls' Soccer Player of the Year, the Rams are off to a good start this year. Bustos, who led Flintridge Sacred Heart to four consecutive appearances in the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs, was selected to the all-tournament team after Fordham notched a 2-1 victory against Columbia University on Sunday at the NYC Nike Classic at St. John's University's Belson Stadium.
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By Charles Rich | July 7, 2009
SOUTH PASADENA — Cross-court passes were intercepted by the members of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team and converted into points. That told Flintridge Sacred Heart second-year Coach Gino Pacella that the Tologs were getting somewhere after not playing up to par during the first several weeks of the summer season. Flintridge Sacred Heart played aggressive defense, inducing 31 turnovers, en route to a convincing 38-18 victory against Westridge on Monday afternoon in a South Pasadena High Summer League contest.
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By Charles Rich | December 29, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? In short, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team wasn?t ready. It showed from the opening tip and lasted until the final horn mercifully sounded following a fourth quarter that featured a running clock and no hope of overcoming a 51-point deficit. Flintridge Sacred Heart suffered an 84-33 loss to Fillmore on Saturday night in a pool-play game of the second annual La Cañada High New Year?s Ball Tournament. It was Flintridge Sacred Heart?
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By Charles Rich | September 2, 2009
GLENDALE — Finding a group of golfers to compliment their top players in the lineup will be the key for a pair of local high school girls’ golf coaches. While there may be some choices, it’s been a big concern for Ken Johnson and Bill Sanchez, who serve as coaches at Crescenta Valley High and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, respectively. The recent fires that ravaged the area meant many of the athletes couldn’t take to golf courses to practice. It’s also led to Johnson and Sanchez not being able to find ample time to round out their lineups.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 13, 2010
DOWNEY — There was a feeling-out period for both teams to begin Friday night’s CIF Southern California Regional Championships Division III girls’ soccer title game between Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Francis Parker. But there was nothing ginger or tentative about the 63 minutes of physical, grinding soccer that followed the game’s only three goals scored. At times simply a stalemate between Sacred Heart’s uncharacteristic, long-kicking, frenetic style and Francis Parker’s methodical, bruising approach, the latter 3/4 of the match saw the Tologs toughen up and hang on for a 2-1 victory at Warren High in Downey, clinching the first-ever regional crown in program history.
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By Charles Rich | January 26, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — For a brief time, they didn't come close to resembling a team that had lost 18 consecutive matches. The members of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy water polo squad put together some crisp passes, made some steals and actually held a lead. Unfortunately for the Tologs, the losing skid wasn't snapped because of a bad four-minute stretch. Flintridge Sacred Heart suffered an 8-3 Mission League loss to Sherman Oaks Notre Dame on Thursday at Flintridge Prep.
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By Charles Rich | December 14, 2007
LA CANADA FLINTRIDGE — Perhaps the breaks are starting to go in favor of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy water polo team. A perfect example came Thursday afternoon during Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s 9-8 nonleague home victory against Milken Community. Not only did the Tologs (2-3) manage to double their win total from last year, but they also caught a break despite Coach Robert Curreri being unaware that the score on the board was incorrect. The scoreboard mistakenly read 9-7 Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy with eight seconds left in the contest.
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By Charles Rich | September 12, 2006
SOUTH PASADENA ? Tryouts for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy tennis team happened two weeks ago. Trying to patch a team together proved to be difficult for Flintridge Sacred Heart Coach Ron Zambrano, who watched his team open its season Monday with a 17-1 nonleague loss to Mayfield at the South Pasadena Raquet Center. The Tologs struggled throughout their match with Mayfield, which began its season Friday with a 10-8 nonleague loss to Crescenta Valley. The only win notched for the Tologs came when freshman Amy Trivers captured her third singles set. Proper fundamentals from the Tolog athletes might go a long way in determining their fate this season.
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By Charles Rich | July 2, 2009
SOUTH PASADENA — No matter what plays the members of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team tried to run, their scoring attempts were nullified by poor passing. Generally, the Tologs have put on consistent passing displays throughout the first several weeks of the summer. However, shoddy passing hindered them in a big way Wednesday afternoon. Flintridge Sacred Heart committed 19 errant passes and missed 15 free throws in a 38-29 loss to San Marino in a South Pasadena High Summer League contest.
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