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By Grant Gordon | March 13, 2007
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Late in the afternoon as it might have been, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball team got a self-professed "wake-up call." After running roughshod over the previous week's competition en route to an undefeated start, everything changed for the Tologs on Monday afternoon. Immaculate Heart started quickly and host Sacred Heart never got going in the Tologs' 6-1 nonleague loss at the Glendale Sports Complex. "We got off to a rough start," said Tologs pitcher Alexis Garcia, who scored her team's only run in the seventh inning.
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Glendale News-Press | July 17, 2013
BURBANK - It was the final day of Burbank High girls' summer basketball league action, giving Flintridge Scared Heart Academy one more opportunity to show off its still-developing defense prowess and further develop team chemistry in a matchup against Immaculate Heart in the main gym. “They are starting to learn each other,” Flintridge Scared Heart Academy Coach Ty Buxman said. “Defensively, at the beginning of [summer league], our outside defense was awful and that is starting to pick up. ...They are starting to communicate and not get completely lost.” That team defense was on full display Wednesday as the Tologs thoroughly overwhelmed the Pandas from start to finish, winning, 33-16.
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December 5, 2000
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART ACADEMY -- The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' basketball team knew its handicap on the hardwood Monday: turnovers. As much as the Tologs try, they can't avoid it. Once again, turnovers haunted them in a nonleague loss to Immaculate Heart. The Pandas forced 30 turnovers as they defeated the Tologs, 64-45, at Flintridge Sacred Heart. "Our turnovers killed us," said Flintridge Sacred Heart Coach Ron Sarber, whose team dropped to 1-2. "We got a little lazy on defense in the third quarter."
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December 30, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan BURBANK -- Hoover High girls' basketball Coach Jack Van Patten has always said that his team will be "OK" this year. But being five games under .500 after nine games into the season, people were beginning to wonder. However on Friday, the Tornadoes, who feature only one senior on the team, played a little closer to what their coach had hoped they would play like, beating Immaculate Heart, 53-32, in a consolation-bracket game of the Bellarmine-Jefferson Holiday Tournament at Bell-Jeff.
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By Gabriel Rizk | June 21, 2007
SOUTH PASADENA — Limiting Immaculate Heart to six first-half points was an excellent way for the Hoover High girls' basketball team to begin Wednesday's game, and its season, in the South Pasadena Summer League. The Tornadoes one-upped themselves in the second half, though, limiting the Pandas to just five points on one field goal while running a productive offense to notch a 48-11 victory. "This game was mainly just to work on our offense — half of our varsity team is playing in another [simultaneous ]
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By Jonathan Raber | March 7, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Holy Family softball team had to wait over an hour to start its first game of the season. The Gaels are going to have to wait a little longer to get their first win. With visiting Immaculate Heart experiencing transportation difficulties, game time on Tuesday was delayed as the Gaels waited at the field for their opponents to arrive. Spoiling the debut of freshman starter Jena Rae Serranzana, Holy Family was shut out, 6-0, in the four-inning contest at the Glendale Sports Complex.
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March 13, 2004
Erik Boal Ashley Min, Tiffany Kim, Jaimie Park and Jamie Tijerina remember what it was like to be at the top of the mountain last season, when they helped the Flintridge Prep girls' swim team win the first Prep League title in program history. But with graduation of standouts like Caroline Kim, Megan McAllen, Lisa Rowland and Joanna Tice, so went the Rebels' chances of defending their title. That's why the nucleus of this year's squad understands that if they plan on making any noise at the league final, it will happen on an individual basis.
SPORTS
March 25, 2010
TODAY COLLEGE BASEBALL ?College of the Canyons vs. Glendale Community College at Stengel Field, 2:30 p.m. ? SWIMMING ?Crescenta Valley boys at CIF Relays at Belmont Plaza pool, TBA ?Saddleback Valley Christian at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 3:30 p.m. ? TRACK AND FIELD ?Pasadena at Crescenta Valley, 3:30 p.m. ?Chaminade at St. Francis, 3:15 p.m. ?Chaminade vs. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at St. Francis, 3:15 p.m. ?
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By Grant Gordon | June 26, 2007
GLENDALE ? Down 4-0 in the deciding third set, 14-year-old Sahak Bazrganian of Glendale decided it was time to get tough. "[I was thinking] fight, don't give up," he said. "That's what I did." Facing top-seeded Spencer Simon of Santa Barbara, Bazrganian came up just short of an amazing comeback, as he fell valiantly, 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (7-4) in the Boys' 14 Singles Final on Monday afternoon in Fountain Valley at the 105th annual Southern California Jr. Sectional Championships. Bazrganian, the tournament's second seed, battled back to tie the third set at 4. He tied it again at 5 and eventually went up, 6-5, before Simon was able to rattle off the victory.
NEWS
December 27, 2001
Erik Boal BURBANK -- Jack Van Patten enjoyed his Christmas holiday, but the day after might have been even better for the Hoover High girls' basketball coach. The Tornadoes, who hadn't tasted victory since a Nov. 27 win against Crescenta Valley's junior varsity squad in a pool-play game in the Lady Falcon Tip-Off Classic, gave their coach a belated present Wednesday in the opening-round of the Bell-Jeff Christmas Tournament. Hoover shot 29 of 58 (50%)
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Glendale News-Press | July 17, 2013
BURBANK - It was the final day of Burbank High girls' summer basketball league action, giving Flintridge Scared Heart Academy one more opportunity to show off its still-developing defense prowess and further develop team chemistry in a matchup against Immaculate Heart in the main gym. “They are starting to learn each other,” Flintridge Scared Heart Academy Coach Ty Buxman said. “Defensively, at the beginning of [summer league], our outside defense was awful and that is starting to pick up. ...They are starting to communicate and not get completely lost.” That team defense was on full display Wednesday as the Tologs thoroughly overwhelmed the Pandas from start to finish, winning, 33-16.
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SPORTS
March 25, 2010
TODAY COLLEGE BASEBALL ?College of the Canyons vs. Glendale Community College at Stengel Field, 2:30 p.m. ? SWIMMING ?Crescenta Valley boys at CIF Relays at Belmont Plaza pool, TBA ?Saddleback Valley Christian at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 3:30 p.m. ? TRACK AND FIELD ?Pasadena at Crescenta Valley, 3:30 p.m. ?Chaminade at St. Francis, 3:15 p.m. ?Chaminade vs. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at St. Francis, 3:15 p.m. ?
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | June 26, 2007
GLENDALE ? Down 4-0 in the deciding third set, 14-year-old Sahak Bazrganian of Glendale decided it was time to get tough. "[I was thinking] fight, don't give up," he said. "That's what I did." Facing top-seeded Spencer Simon of Santa Barbara, Bazrganian came up just short of an amazing comeback, as he fell valiantly, 6-2, 4-6, 7-6 (7-4) in the Boys' 14 Singles Final on Monday afternoon in Fountain Valley at the 105th annual Southern California Jr. Sectional Championships. Bazrganian, the tournament's second seed, battled back to tie the third set at 4. He tied it again at 5 and eventually went up, 6-5, before Simon was able to rattle off the victory.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk | June 21, 2007
SOUTH PASADENA — Limiting Immaculate Heart to six first-half points was an excellent way for the Hoover High girls' basketball team to begin Wednesday's game, and its season, in the South Pasadena Summer League. The Tornadoes one-upped themselves in the second half, though, limiting the Pandas to just five points on one field goal while running a productive offense to notch a 48-11 victory. "This game was mainly just to work on our offense — half of our varsity team is playing in another [simultaneous ]
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | March 13, 2007
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Late in the afternoon as it might have been, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball team got a self-professed "wake-up call." After running roughshod over the previous week's competition en route to an undefeated start, everything changed for the Tologs on Monday afternoon. Immaculate Heart started quickly and host Sacred Heart never got going in the Tologs' 6-1 nonleague loss at the Glendale Sports Complex. "We got off to a rough start," said Tologs pitcher Alexis Garcia, who scored her team's only run in the seventh inning.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | March 7, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Holy Family softball team had to wait over an hour to start its first game of the season. The Gaels are going to have to wait a little longer to get their first win. With visiting Immaculate Heart experiencing transportation difficulties, game time on Tuesday was delayed as the Gaels waited at the field for their opponents to arrive. Spoiling the debut of freshman starter Jena Rae Serranzana, Holy Family was shut out, 6-0, in the four-inning contest at the Glendale Sports Complex.
NEWS
March 13, 2004
Erik Boal Ashley Min, Tiffany Kim, Jaimie Park and Jamie Tijerina remember what it was like to be at the top of the mountain last season, when they helped the Flintridge Prep girls' swim team win the first Prep League title in program history. But with graduation of standouts like Caroline Kim, Megan McAllen, Lisa Rowland and Joanna Tice, so went the Rebels' chances of defending their title. That's why the nucleus of this year's squad understands that if they plan on making any noise at the league final, it will happen on an individual basis.
NEWS
December 27, 2001
Erik Boal BURBANK -- Jack Van Patten enjoyed his Christmas holiday, but the day after might have been even better for the Hoover High girls' basketball coach. The Tornadoes, who hadn't tasted victory since a Nov. 27 win against Crescenta Valley's junior varsity squad in a pool-play game in the Lady Falcon Tip-Off Classic, gave their coach a belated present Wednesday in the opening-round of the Bell-Jeff Christmas Tournament. Hoover shot 29 of 58 (50%)
NEWS
December 30, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan BURBANK -- Hoover High girls' basketball Coach Jack Van Patten has always said that his team will be "OK" this year. But being five games under .500 after nine games into the season, people were beginning to wonder. However on Friday, the Tornadoes, who feature only one senior on the team, played a little closer to what their coach had hoped they would play like, beating Immaculate Heart, 53-32, in a consolation-bracket game of the Bellarmine-Jefferson Holiday Tournament at Bell-Jeff.
NEWS
December 5, 2000
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART ACADEMY -- The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' basketball team knew its handicap on the hardwood Monday: turnovers. As much as the Tologs try, they can't avoid it. Once again, turnovers haunted them in a nonleague loss to Immaculate Heart. The Pandas forced 30 turnovers as they defeated the Tologs, 64-45, at Flintridge Sacred Heart. "Our turnovers killed us," said Flintridge Sacred Heart Coach Ron Sarber, whose team dropped to 1-2. "We got a little lazy on defense in the third quarter."
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