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By Charles Rich | December 12, 2007
BURBANK ? Her request came nowhere close to being granted. Glendale High girls? basketball Coach Tania Adary didn?t want her team to be beat ? or dominated ? by Los Osos 6-4 junior center Cierra Warren. Unfortunately for the Nitros, there wasn?t much they could do to stop Warren. Warren finished with a game-high 32 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks to send Glendale to a 79-34 loss on Tuesday afternoon in an opening-round game of the 26th annual Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament at Burroughs High.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | May 11, 2013
RIVERSIDE - There's little the Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming team was unable to accomplish during the high school careers of Young Tae Seo and Harrison Thai. One thing the Falcons and their two standout seniors couldn't do, however, was go out with a second straight championship on Saturday at the CIF Southern Section Division II meet at Riverside City College. PHOTOS: CIF Southern Section Division II swimming final Try as it might, CV couldn't climb the uphill challenge it was dealt in a deeper Los Osos team that won six events and set three Division II meet records in the process.
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December 15, 2009
GIRLS BASKETBALL Crescenta Valley 69, Los Osos 62 : Cassie Pappas had 30 points to lead the Falcons to victory on Monday afternoon in the Burroughs Tournament. The All-Area standout hit her last six shots and scored 13 in the fourth quarter after a four-point play on the last play of the third quarter. Ani Ebrahamian had 13 points, with 11 coming in the first half, while Melanie Minas added 12. Los Osos (3-3) was the tournament?s two-time reigning champion.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 1, 2005
Marina High will launch its football season Friday in Rancho Cucamonga against host Los Osos. Game time is 7 p.m. Marina is looking to better last year's mark of 1-9, when the Vikings didn't post a win until the ninth week of the regular season. As the record might suggest, they struggled offensively. In eight games, they were held to a touchdown or less. But with a new season, brings new hope. They'll start off by facing a Los Osos team that went 6-5 a year ago and qualified for the Division II playoffs.
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April 6, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan The La Canada High baseball team's dugout was full of life toward the tail end of Monday night's contest against Rancho Cucamonga Los Osos. The Spartans had just completed a four-run, four-hit sixth inning, which was preceded by a four-run, four-hit fifth inning, much to the chagrin of Los Osos Coach Bobby Sheridan. But there was one problem for La Canada: it still trailed by five runs. -- BOX SCORE -- -- La Canada 1 0 0 0 4 4 0 -- 9 10 5 Los Osos 12 2 0 0 0 0 x -- 14 16 1 -- -- La Canada IP H R ER BB K Perez 0.2 7 12 0 2 0 Woodward 4.1 7 2 2 0 1 Motia 1 2 0 0 0 0 Totals 6 16 14 2 2 1 -- -- Los Osos IP H R ER BB K Kelly 3 2 1 0 2 4 Wolf 4 8 8 5 3 4 Totals 7 10 9 5 5 8 -- -- WP-- Kelly (3-2)
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By: Mike Sciacca | August 31, 2005
When it comes to playing some of the best prep football programs in Orange County, the Marina High Vikings certainly are one team that doesn't shy away. That will be the case again in 2005, when Marina plays a killer nonleague schedule before heading into one of the premiere football leagues in the CIF Southern Section -- the Sunset League. "Again, we will be tested early with a very difficult preseason schedule," said Coach Mike Dodd, who begins his sixth year at the helm.
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By: Mike Sciacca | August 25, 2005
The prep football programs at Marina and Edison already know what Hell Week is all about. This week, the programs at Huntington Beach and Ocean View are finding out what it's all about, as they continue to go through the rigors of two-a-day drills. The four local schools have begun preparations in earnest for the 2005 season, which for Marina and Edison begins on Sept. 2. Huntington Beach and Ocean View launch their seasons the following week. Edison and Marina began preseason drills 10 days ago, but Huntington Beach and Ocean View officially opened camp Monday "We've been going at it real hard, and we're excited to get the season started," said Romney Fuga, a 6-foot-2, 270-pound senior offensive and defensive tackle at Edison.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 8, 2005
While Edison and Marina both opened their prep football season a week ago, the 2005 campaigns for Ocean View and Huntington Beach start this weekend. Ocean View begins the Dean Yoshiyama era tonight when the Seahawks battle Garden Grove Santiago at Garden Grove High. On Friday, Huntington Beach will travel to the same location to do battle with Los Amigos in the season opener for both schools. Also Friday, Edison has another tough task, as it travels to play San Clemente.
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April 16, 2004
The Crescenta Valley girls' varsity track team took second place in the seeded 3,200 meter relay event last Friday at the 37th annual Arcadia invitational at Arcadia High. The Falcons finished with a time of 9:52.80. Reno Galena won the event with a time of 9:40.90. The girls' team also took fourth place in the seeded four-mile relay with a time of 22:37.70. CV finished behind first place winner Clovis Buchanan (22:24.21), El Toro (22:29.44) and Los Osos (22:34.81). The CV boys track team competed in the seeded four-mile relay and came in 10th place with a time of 18:11.
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December 29, 2003
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 3, Apple Valley Granite Hills 0: The Tologs bounced back from their second loss of the season to hand Granite Hills (6-1-1) its first loss in Saturday's pool-play match in the San Gorgonio Tournament. Hannah Hand, Linzee Luper and Katrina Payne all scored for the Tologs (7-2-1), who received an assist from Alexa Ekman. Betsy McGovern, who replaced Cissy Butler in the second half of the team's first contest against Los Osos, played her first full match in goal since Dec. 15, recording her fourth shutout.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | August 10, 2013
It wasn't the perfect senior year Young Tae Seo may have dreamed of as an underclassman at Crescenta Valley High. After seeing stark improvement in each of his first three seasons with the Falcons boys' swimming team and enjoying what he called “the best high school year ever” as a junior in 2012, there was little opportunity for CV and Seo to top it in 2013. “I could see why he's disappointed in the year because of the high expectations he puts upon himself,” Crescenta Valley Coach Jan Sakonju said.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | May 11, 2013
RIVERSIDE - There's little the Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming team was unable to accomplish during the high school careers of Young Tae Seo and Harrison Thai. One thing the Falcons and their two standout seniors couldn't do, however, was go out with a second straight championship on Saturday at the CIF Southern Section Division II meet at Riverside City College. PHOTOS: CIF Southern Section Division II swimming final Try as it might, CV couldn't climb the uphill challenge it was dealt in a deeper Los Osos team that won six events and set three Division II meet records in the process.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | May 8, 2013
While the Crescenta Valley High boys' swimming team goes into the two-day CIF Southern Section Division II championship meet as the reigning champion, Falcons Coach Jan Sakonju sees his team in a much different light this year. Last season, CV just held off Damien, 301-293, to capture the Division II championship and waiting not much further behind was Los Osos (203). “I don't think [Los Osos is] the main contender, they're the favorite for sure,” said Sakonju, whose team has placed in the top three in Division II the last three years.
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March 11, 2012
BOYS' TENNIS Hoover wins tournament: The Tornadoes captured the 11th annual Pete Brown First-Serve Tournament Saturday at West Torrance High. Hoover registered 6-0 "B" Division victories against Bishop Amat, St. Bonaventure and North Torrance before recording a 4-2 victory against West Torrance, which took the "A" Division, in the championship match. Playing pro sets in the eight-team event, Hoover received 8-5, 8-0, 8-0 pool-play wins before earning an 8-0 championship victory.
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By Charles Rich | December 17, 2009
BURBANK — Whether the games are close or routs, the Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team has found different ways to win. The Falcons might have found the strangest way to win in their most recent contest. Crescenta Valley didn’t score a point in the final 3 minutes 55 seconds, but managed to record a 67-65 victory against J.W. North on Wednesday afternoon in a winner’s-bracket game of the Burroughs High Tournament. The Falcons (6-0) will next compete in a tournament semifinal game at 5:30 p.m. Friday.
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December 15, 2009
GIRLS BASKETBALL Crescenta Valley 69, Los Osos 62 : Cassie Pappas had 30 points to lead the Falcons to victory on Monday afternoon in the Burroughs Tournament. The All-Area standout hit her last six shots and scored 13 in the fourth quarter after a four-point play on the last play of the third quarter. Ani Ebrahamian had 13 points, with 11 coming in the first half, while Melanie Minas added 12. Los Osos (3-3) was the tournament?s two-time reigning champion.
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By Charles Rich | December 14, 2007
BURBANK — So much for secrets being kept. The Glendale and Burbank high girls’ basketball teams are scheduled to meet in a pair of Pacific League games later in the season. The two teams wound up facing each other before the start of league play. Burbank got the upper hand Thursday night with a 54-47 victory against Glendale in a consolation game of the 26th annual Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament at Burroughs High. Burbank (5-1) will face Fillmore, Simi Valley or Louisville in the tournament’s consolation championship game at 3:30 p.m. Saturday.
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By Charles Rich | December 12, 2007
BURBANK ? Her request came nowhere close to being granted. Glendale High girls? basketball Coach Tania Adary didn?t want her team to be beat ? or dominated ? by Los Osos 6-4 junior center Cierra Warren. Unfortunately for the Nitros, there wasn?t much they could do to stop Warren. Warren finished with a game-high 32 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks to send Glendale to a 79-34 loss on Tuesday afternoon in an opening-round game of the 26th annual Magnolia Park Optimist Club Tournament at Burroughs High.
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By: Mike Sciacca | September 8, 2005
While Edison and Marina both opened their prep football season a week ago, the 2005 campaigns for Ocean View and Huntington Beach start this weekend. Ocean View begins the Dean Yoshiyama era tonight when the Seahawks battle Garden Grove Santiago at Garden Grove High. On Friday, Huntington Beach will travel to the same location to do battle with Los Amigos in the season opener for both schools. Also Friday, Edison has another tough task, as it travels to play San Clemente.
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