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By Grant Gordon | October 7, 2009
GLENDALE — The Los Angeles Dodgers released their 25-man postseason roster on Wednesday morning and both Mark Loretta and Juan Castro were on it. Castro, a Glendale resident, and Loretta, a St. Francis graduate, are both utility infielders for the club. According to mlb.com, Loretta edged out Doug Mientkiewicz for the final position player spot. Neither was in the Game One starting lineup, as the Dodgers (95-67), the National League West Division champions, were set to open the National League Division Series against the visiting St. Louis Cardinals (91-61)
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April 11, 2008
  Yusef Akbarut Had one goal and three assists to pick up All-Rio Hondo League first-team accolades. ----------------------------------------- Ravi Sahai Sophomore, F, La Cañada Registered seven goals and 10 assists to earn spot on All-Rio Hondo second team. -------------------------------------- Jordan Bell Junior, GK, St. Francis All-Mission League first-team pick backstopped Golden Knights to league crown.
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EDITOR'S NOTE: These people have been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of an intoxicant. They are considered innocent until proved guilty. Daniel E. DeCastro, 19, Arizona William Pavelec, 54, Westminster Javier A. Carmona-Briones, 20, Huntington Beach Deidre L. Rajewski, 25, Costa Mesa William F. Bray, 27, Huntington Beach Joseph G. Scarangello, 43, Redondo Beach Jillian C. McCarthy, 22, Fountain Valley Kevin A. Alai, 18, Huntington Beach Bruce DeLeon, 38, Garden Grove Lyndsea V. Test, 22, Huntington Beach Brett D. McDonnell, 23, Huntington Beach Thomas Bird, 46, Fountain Valley Norman R. Cirkle, 25, Huntington Beach Juan C. Castro, 38, Huntington Beach Jason B. Golenski, 33, Huntington Beach Jalal T. Shanti, 26, Anaheim John W. Bootier, 47, Huntington Beach
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By Charles Rich | October 6, 2009
GLENDALE — The following are updates on area Major League Baseball players .   Mark Loretta (St. Francis High, 1989) Los Angeles Dodgers infielder: Loretta, a two time All-Star, delivered one of the biggest hits of the season for the Dodgers on Saturday night en route to helping Los Angeles win the National League West Division championship. He came through with a pinch-hit two-run single to begin a five-run seventh inning in the Dodgers’ 5-0 home win against the Colorado Rockies that clinched the division title.
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By Dylan Kruse | January 31, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? After the St. Francis and Crespi high boys? soccer teams battled to a scoreless tie earlier in the season, it was no surprise that Wednesday?s rematch was a defensive battle headed for the same result. Throw in the fact the Golden Knights entered the match having allowed just three goals in Mission League play ? while Crespi had surrendered just two ? and it seemed that whoever broke through first would walk away the victor. Unfortunately for St. Francis, the team to finally break through was Crespi.
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By Grant Gordon | January 10, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — With yet another missed opportunity, St. Francis High senior Nick Posthuma dropped to his knees, his hands covering his dejected expression. “When we were getting all those chances, I was just thinking to myself, ‘All over again, not this again, we’re getting all these chances and we’re not finishing,’” Posthuma said. After a 2006 Mission League season that saw St. Francis lose to Loyola twice by one-goal margins despite outshooting its foes, 2007 was supposed to be different.
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By Charles Rich | September 1, 2009
GLENDALE — For the first time in several seasons, there’s stability. That’s the first sign that Glendale Community College men’s soccer Coach Joe Agoston might be getting somewhere with his program, a program that’s won a combined 13 matches the past three seasons. Agoston reflected on the past three seasons before jumping into his expectations for a Glendale college squad looking to return to the Southern California Regionals for the first time since 2003.
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By Grant Gordon | October 7, 2009
GLENDALE — The Los Angeles Dodgers released their 25-man postseason roster on Wednesday morning and both Mark Loretta and Juan Castro were on it. Castro, a Glendale resident, and Loretta, a St. Francis graduate, are both utility infielders for the club. According to mlb.com, Loretta edged out Doug Mientkiewicz for the final position player spot. Neither was in the Game One starting lineup, as the Dodgers (95-67), the National League West Division champions, were set to open the National League Division Series against the visiting St. Louis Cardinals (91-61)
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