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By Gabriel Rizk | October 30, 2006
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? Wins have not come easy for the Flintridge Prep girls' volleyball team this season but the win it acquired on Saturday afternoon was effortless. The Rebels picked up a victory in their final match of the season, a nonleague affair against visiting Oakwood High, by virtue of a forfeit arising from a scheduling glitch. "There was a miscommunication about the start time that led to the forfeit," said Flintridge Prep Athletic Director Alex Rivera, who confirmed the official victory by forfeit Saturday evening.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 2, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — It may not have had any bearing on the final result, but the Glendale Community College softball team made a statement about it's resiliency with its play on Thursday. The Vaqueros rallied from a six-run deficit to take a one-run lead in the bottom of the third inning. Moments later, an injury to Moorpark pitcher Tiffanie Belanger led to a 7-0 nonconference forfeit victory for Glendale college at the Glendale Sports Complex. With two outs and runners on first and second as the Vaqueros led 8-7 in the bottom of the third, Glendale college left fielder Vanessa Escobar smacked a line drive back to the circle.
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September 14, 2001
Saro Sarkisian NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- When the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' tennis team met Village Christian on Thursday, it became evident that playing competitive tennis was not on either teams' mind. The Crusaders' No. 3 doubles team of Christina Johnson and Tammy Tse left after its first set because both players felt sick, and No. 2 singles player Stephanie Cho could not play her last set due to fatigue. Even without the three points that were given to them, because of the forfeit, the Tologs dominated the match, 16-2, at Fremont Tennis Center.
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February 3, 2003
Vaquero football team given victory after Ventura forfeits wins The Glendale Community College football team was awarded a victory after Ventura was forced to forfeit all six of its wins. GCC had lost to Ventura, 37-14, in a Western State Conference Mountain Division game Nov. 2. Vaquero Coach John Cicuto said he didn't know why Ventura had to forfeit its victories. "We'll take them anyway we can get them," Cicuto said. The victory improves GCC's record to 4-6, 4-3 in division.
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February 15, 2005
HAMLET NALBANDYAN Just when you thought it was over, another scandal is about to rock the Pacific League boys' soccer scene. It was only last week that Hoover had to forfeit a win because of an ineligible player, but it seems like the Tornadoes might not be the only ones. League Secretary Pat Snickles confirmed Monday that there have been protests filed against league-champion Muir for use of ineligible players. Yes, there's more than one. Now keep in mind, these are only allegations at this time.
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December 14, 2006
PASADENA — As of early Wednesday evening, the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team owned a 2-1 Pacific League victory over Pasadena. Just a season removed from a controversial forfeit loss to those same Bulldogs, one can never be too sure if the win will stick, however. "I'll have to wait and see," joked Crescenta Valley Coach Cesar Hidalgo after his team opened Pacific League play with a road win against the defending league champion. Last season, the Falcons beat the Bulldogs, 3-0, in the teams' first meeting, but were forced to forfeit the win due to Hidalgo receiving a red card during the match.
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November 12, 2009
SERIES HISTORY GLENDALE LEADS, 46-32-2 ? Year Team Score ? 1930s 1930 Hoover, 12-6 1931 Glendale, 15-0 1932 Hoover, 7-0 1933 Hoover, 15-6 1934 Glendale, 6-0 1935 Glendale, 13-2 1936 Glendale, 40-0 1937 Tie, 7-7 1937 Glendale, 12-0 1938 Glendale, 2-0 1939 Glendale, 7-0 1940s 1940 Hoover, 12-7 1941 Hoover, 25-19 1942 Glendale, 25-6...
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By By Grant Gordon | February 1, 2006
Cv-Hoover girls' soccer story.Soccer: Crescenta Valley girls beat Hoover, 3-0, but learn of prior forfeit defeat and fall into second place in Pacific League standings.NORTHWEST GLENDALE -- Tuesday wasn't all that uplifting a day for the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team. And it defeated host Hoover, 3-0, in a Pacific League game at Hoover High. The bad day came as result of the Falcons playing what they deemed sub-par soccer and because they learned their 2-0 win against Pasadena on Jan. 17 had been turned into a forfeit loss.
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November 6, 2004
1961: Cres. Valley 26, Hoover 14 1962: Crec. Valley 9, Hoover 6 1963: Hoover 10, Cres. Valley 7 1964: Cres. Valley 39, Hoover 7 1965: Hoover 41, Cres. Valley 13 1966: Cres. Valley 13, Hoover 13 1967: Cres. Valley 14, Hoover 2 1968: Cres. Valley 28, Hoover 0 1969: Cres. Valley 28, Hoover 6 1970: Hoover 7, Cres. Valley 0 1971: Cres. Valley 20, Hoover 6 1972: Cres. Valley 14, Hoover 7 1973: Cres. Valley 27, Hoover 0 1974: Hoover 3, Cres.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 19, 2013
When the Hoover High football team lost its first game of the season, first-year Tornadoes Coach Matt Andersen felt his group let one get away. Well, Hoover might very well get it back. After things had appeared to go south for the Tornadoes, who dropped consecutive games after they won their debut, 65-0, over Blair on Aug. 30 under Andersen, they enjoyed a quick upturn Thursday, according to a Los Angeles Times report. Sotomayor forfeited its victory over Hoover due to ineligible players appearing in the game, stated the article, which included confirmation by CIF Los Angeles City Section Commissioner John Aguirre.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | July 12, 2013
After two days of scheduled games in the Southern California State Championship Division All-Star 9-10 softball tournament, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 All-Stars played none, won one and moved on to Sunday's winner's bracket. Originally scheduled to open play Thursday, the Section 2 champion had its opener pushed back to Friday as the tournament expanded to seven teams. CV showed up to Harvey Field in Jurupa Valley about two hours ahead of its 7:30 p.m. start time Friday and grew antsy as the time drew near and it still awaited its Section 5 opponent to show.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 12, 2012
BURBANK - After finishing second in the Pacific League last season, expectations have been further raised for the Crescenta Valley High girls' golf team this season. The Falcons return several key players, including junior Jocelyn Chia, who will look to help them win their first league championship since 2007. Crescenta Valley got off to a good start during the first league match of the season, as it carded a 203 and won by 26 strokes on Wednesday at De Bell Golf Club, although it came with defending champion Arcadia absent due to a bomb scare on its campus.
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By Mario Aguirre, mario.aguirre@latimes.com | October 4, 2011
Hampered by injuries and without enough able bodies to field a team, the Flintridge Prep football team announced Tuesday it will forfeit a game for the second time this season. The Rebels were scheduled to host Webb on Friday at Occidental College in both teams' Prep League opener. But, after losing two more players due to injuries in a 49-0 loss to Malibu on Saturday, which it began with only 15 players available, Coach Antonio Harrison made the decision to forfeit Friday's game.
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By Emin Avakian, Special to the News-Press | July 12, 2011
TUJUNGA — This time, it's official. Just one day after Crescenta Valley's one-run victory over Burbank in the District 16 Junior Baseball championship game was protested and nullified on the grounds Crescenta Valley used an ineligible player, the two teams were back on the field ready to settle it once and for all. Fueled by motivation and feeling like it had something to prove, Crescenta Valley came out swinging in the first inning en...
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November 12, 2009
SERIES HISTORY GLENDALE LEADS, 46-32-2 ? Year Team Score ? 1930s 1930 Hoover, 12-6 1931 Glendale, 15-0 1932 Hoover, 7-0 1933 Hoover, 15-6 1934 Glendale, 6-0 1935 Glendale, 13-2 1936 Glendale, 40-0 1937 Tie, 7-7 1937 Glendale, 12-0 1938 Glendale, 2-0 1939 Glendale, 7-0 1940s 1940 Hoover, 12-7 1941 Hoover, 25-19 1942 Glendale, 25-6...
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By Veronica Rocha | June 30, 2009
LOS ANGELES — A 35-year-old Glendale man was sentenced Monday to nearly six years in prison for using fake identities to defraud trucking companies and brokers out of at least $2.8 million. U.S. District Court Judge John Walter convicted Nicholas Lakes, who was also known as Dmitry Nadezhdin, of five counts of computer and mail fraud, which he said carried a prison term of five years and 10 months. He also ordered Lakes to pay more than $2.8 million in restitution to the trucking companies and brokers for the scheme.
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By Charles Rich | June 5, 2008
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Nothing happened. Well, actually something did occur for three innings between All Season and Tommy’s in a Tri-Cities District 16 Little League Tournament of Champions contest at Glorietta Park on Wednesday afternoon. Then, two players from Tommy’s had to leave so they could participate in a musical event at their school. That resulted in a forfeit because Tommy’s had just eight players remaining from their 10-player squad. According to Dave Fisher, the assistant district administrator for softball, the game resulted in a 6-0 forfeit victory for All Season.
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By From Staff Reports | January 17, 2008
GLENDALE — The following are odds and ends from the local sports scene:   WILDCATS SIT ATOP CIF HOOPS RANKINGS The Renaissance Academy boys’ basketball team has won eight straight games and currently stands as the No. 1-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division III-A boys’ basketball poll. The Wildcats (17-2) are coming off a trip to the CIF-SS title game and return to action on Saturday to face La Cañada, the third-ranked team in Division III-AA.
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