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September 6, 2008
TODAY GIRLS? TENNIS ?Hoover in West Torrance Tournament, TBA ? COLLEGE FOOTBALL ?Glendale Community College at West Los Angeles College, 1 p.m. ? MONDAY WOMEN?S SOCCER ?Glendale Community College at Los Angeles Harbor College, 7 p.m. ? WOMEN?S GOLF ?Glendale Community College in Western State Conference Match No. 1 at El Cariso Golf Course, 10 a.m. ? GIRLS? GOLF ?Sherman Oaks Notre Dame vs. Crescenta Valley at Brookside Golf Course No. 2, 2:45 p.m. ?
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | December 21, 2009
BURBANK — One by one, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball sophomore center Lana Haddad fought for and scooped up any loose ball in her vicinity. Not once did she appear intimidated. It apparently comes with the territory in playing a prolific position. “I just try to box out as much as I can and get [in position] under the hoop,” said Haddad, who finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds to spark Flintridge Sacred Heart to a 47-29 victory against La Reina on Monday night in a winner’s-bracket quarterfinal game of the 13th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High.
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By Charles Rich | December 19, 2008
BURBANK — Having garnered a measure of success through the first six games of its season, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team sought a breakthrough game. The Tologs had their chance Thursday night during an opening-round contest against talented Village Christian in the 12th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High. The odds of getting a breakout victory dimmed quickly, as Village Christian scored the game’s first nine points en route to a 72-36 victory.
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November 16, 2004
Charles Rich There's enough pressure when they enter their classrooms, situated atop a hill overlooking La Canada Flintridge and part of the spacious San Gabriel Valley. The view can be panoramic, but the conversations that take place between the two student-athletes and their teachers doesn't necessarily apply to homework assignments or test scores all of the time. There's plenty of supportive dialogue. The conversations between Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball players Kelly Smiland and Katie Kriste and their teachers and fellow students concern kills and digs, rather than a mathematic problem or a branch of the United States government.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | January 5, 2009
Courtney McCutchan and the La Cañada High girls’ volleyball team had high hopes and big dreams for 2008 — and those dreams were realized. The Spartans won their first CIF Southern Section Division II-A championship in 32 years. The Spartans were a perfect 10-0 in Rio Hondo League play, never even dropping a game. They ended up losing to Redlands East Valley in the second round of state competition, snapping a seven-match winning streak. A loss sure, but it did little to dampen the historic season.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | January 9, 2009
Courtney McCutchan and the La Cañada High girls’ volleyball team had high hopes and big dreams for 2008 — and those dreams were realized. The Spartans won their first CIF Southern Section Division II-A championship in 32 years. The Spartans were a perfect 10-0 in Rio Hondo League play, never even dropping a game. They ended up losing to Redlands East Valley in the second round of state competition, snapping a seven-match winning streak. A loss sure, but it did little to dampen the historic season.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 28, 2008
Impressive as a second-place CIF finish and a time of 14:55 is, for the always ultra-competitive Torres, it wasn’t good enough. “Mentally and physically, I was ready for this race, it just didn’t work out how I wanted it,” said Torres, who finished behind champion Tyler Valdes (14:51) of Dana Hills after beating Mission Viejo’s James Cameron (third, 14:56) to the finish. “My finish was good, but sprinting to get second is nothing, I want to get first.
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By Charles Rich | December 21, 2009
BURBANK — One by one, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball sophomore center Lana Haddad fought for and scooped up any loose ball in her vicinity. Not once did she appear intimidated. It apparently comes with the territory in playing a prolific position. “I just try to box out as much as I can and get [in position] under the hoop,” said Haddad, who finished with 10 points and 14 rebounds to spark Flintridge Sacred Heart to a 47-29 victory against La Reina on Monday night in a winner’s-bracket quarterfinal game of the 13th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High.
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SPORTS
December 20, 2009
TODAY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL  Holy Family vs. East Valley in Providence Tournament, 9:30 a.m.  Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy vs. La Reina in Providence Tournament, 3:30 p.m.   BOYS’ BASKETBALL  Crescenta Valley vs. Lahaina in Maui Winter Classic, 8 p.m.   GIRLS’ SOCCER  Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Bishop, 12:30 p.m.   ...
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | January 9, 2009
Courtney McCutchan and the La Cañada High girls’ volleyball team had high hopes and big dreams for 2008 — and those dreams were realized. The Spartans won their first CIF Southern Section Division II-A championship in 32 years. The Spartans were a perfect 10-0 in Rio Hondo League play, never even dropping a game. They ended up losing to Redlands East Valley in the second round of state competition, snapping a seven-match winning streak. A loss sure, but it did little to dampen the historic season.
SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | January 5, 2009
Courtney McCutchan and the La Cañada High girls’ volleyball team had high hopes and big dreams for 2008 — and those dreams were realized. The Spartans won their first CIF Southern Section Division II-A championship in 32 years. The Spartans were a perfect 10-0 in Rio Hondo League play, never even dropping a game. They ended up losing to Redlands East Valley in the second round of state competition, snapping a seven-match winning streak. A loss sure, but it did little to dampen the historic season.
LOCAL
By Charles Rich | December 19, 2008
BURBANK — Having garnered a measure of success through the first six games of its season, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team sought a breakthrough game. The Tologs had their chance Thursday night during an opening-round contest against talented Village Christian in the 12th annual Pioneer Shootout at Providence High. The odds of getting a breakout victory dimmed quickly, as Village Christian scored the game’s first nine points en route to a 72-36 victory.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | November 28, 2008
Impressive as a second-place CIF finish and a time of 14:55 is, for the always ultra-competitive Torres, it wasn’t good enough. “Mentally and physically, I was ready for this race, it just didn’t work out how I wanted it,” said Torres, who finished behind champion Tyler Valdes (14:51) of Dana Hills after beating Mission Viejo’s James Cameron (third, 14:56) to the finish. “My finish was good, but sprinting to get second is nothing, I want to get first.
NEWS
November 16, 2004
Charles Rich There's enough pressure when they enter their classrooms, situated atop a hill overlooking La Canada Flintridge and part of the spacious San Gabriel Valley. The view can be panoramic, but the conversations that take place between the two student-athletes and their teachers doesn't necessarily apply to homework assignments or test scores all of the time. There's plenty of supportive dialogue. The conversations between Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball players Kelly Smiland and Katie Kriste and their teachers and fellow students concern kills and digs, rather than a mathematic problem or a branch of the United States government.
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