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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 7, 2013
LA CANADA - After starring the past two seasons as quarterback of the St. Francis High football team, Jared Lebowitz decided to take up another sport that had been dear to him when he was growing up in Vermont. When Lebowitz found out last spring that St. Francis would field a lacrosse team for the first time this season, the senior jumped at the opportunity to participate in a sport he last played about four years ago. “It's a great sport,” said Lebowitz, a midfielder on the lacrosse team and the reigning All-Area Football Player of the Year.
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April 23, 2003
Jackson Bell is the news assistant for the News-Press and Burbank Leader. After sitting through "Malibu's Most Wanted," actor Jamie Kennedy's most recent foray into frivolity, my only thought was "by whom?" The painfully unfunny story is set in the most famous and prestigious beach community in the United States, where Kennedy's "B-Rad" Gluckman, an over-privileged Jewish kid, is enamored by black hip-hop culture and has suggestively modeled himself after rapper Eminem.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 9, 2011
NORTHEAST GLENDALE - Andrea Kevakian spent the last part of her summer attending numerous Flintridge Prep girls' tennis team practices to help acclimate her to the next level of competition. Kevakian, a freshman, also used the practice sessions to her advantage to prepare for what she expects to be a grueling upcoming schedule. Kevakian passed her initial test Thursday afternoon, as she swept her three sets in Flintridge Prep's 10-8 nonleague season-opening loss against visiting Malibu at Scholl Canyon Tennis Center.
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By Grant Gordon | September 11, 2006
PASADENA ? If first impressions mean anything, the Flintridge Prep football team might well be on its way to a very successful season. From the first drive of the season's first game, Flintridge Prep showcased just what it was capable of and, in turn, what visiting Malibu was incapable of stopping. "That first drive really exemplified what we're capable of," said Rebels senior quarterback Joe Farewell, who tossed a pair of touchdowns in Flintridge Prep's 27-0 throttling of Malibu in a nonleague game on Saturday afternoon at Maranatha High.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 21, 2014
LA CAÑADA - For somebody who had never experienced a penalty-kick session, Lauren Stiles appeared rather calm standing on the goal line looking to keep her team's postseason hopes alive. Stiles, a sophomore goalkeeper for the burgeoning Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team, accepted the encounter before turning in a heroic performance which led to her being embraced by her teammates. PHOTOS: Flintridge Prep beats Malibu with a 2-2 (2-1) victory Stiles stopped four penalty kicks and Kaitlin Liston scored the game-winning penalty kick to lead host Flintridge Prep to a 2-2 (2-1)
FEATURES
June 7, 2008
HUEBERT — LANG Mary Grace Huebert of Santa Monica and Bryan Keith Lang of La Crescenta have announced their engagement and will be married in August at the University Church of Christ Stauffer Chapel in Malibu. The bride-to-be is the daughter of Melva Huebert of Ohio and the late John Huebert . She is a summa-cum-laude graduate of both Westminster College in New Wilmington, Penn., and Pepperdine University School of Law in Malibu. She is a law clerk for Judge Michael McConnell of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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February 16, 2010
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Had the Hoover High boys’ soccer team finished on Tuesday, perhaps its season wouldn’t be. But the majority of the Tornadoes’ chances to put the ball in the back of the net against visiting Malibu during their CIF Southern Section Division IV wild-card playoff game ended in a missed shot or simply a missed opportunity. And, the one look Hoover did put away — a game-tying goal by senior midfielder Arman Ter-Barseghyan in the 64th minute — was followed just minutes later by the Sharks’ second goal that would stand as the difference in their 2-0 victory.
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By Mario Aguirre, mario.aguirre@latimes.com | October 1, 2011
MALIBU - Down to only 15 players, the Flintridge Prep football team had a small margin for error entering Saturday afternoon's game against host Malibu. And when the Rebels lost their starting quarterback and their backup, who primarily leads the way at running back, before reaching halftime, it proved too much to overcome in a 49-0 nonleague loss. Prep (1-4) dropped its fourth consecutive game after forfeiting the previous contest due to a string of injuries from a 48-0 loss to visiting Grace Brethren on Sept.
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2007
MALIBU — There were no frills and no surprises in the Flintridge Prep football team’s workmanlike season-opening victory against Malibu High Saturday. Thanks to a strong defensive effort and a well-managed game by the offense, there were also no points on the Sharks’ side of the scoreboard by the end of the gritty 10-0 affair. “Coming out and putting a zero on that scoreboard is huge for us,” first-year Rebels Coach Perry Skaggs said. “It really validates a lot of what we’ve been doing in the offseason defensively.
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By Charles Rich | October 11, 2009
GLENDALE — Bye weeks are normally a rare commodity for high school football teams. Take for example, the local teams. Of the five area squads, only Flintridge Prep has the luxury of having one. Still, there are pros and cons to having it during the middle of the season. On one hand, the Rebels (1-3) can use it to help players heal from numerous bumps and bruises. On the flip side, Flintridge Prep would like to continue playing after picking up a 23-20 nonleague road victory against Malibu on Oct. 2. The way third-year Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs sees it, there might be more positives having the week off in getting ready to kick off Prep League competition Friday against host Rio Hondo Prep.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 21, 2014
LA CAÑADA - For somebody who had never experienced a penalty-kick session, Lauren Stiles appeared rather calm standing on the goal line looking to keep her team's postseason hopes alive. Stiles, a sophomore goalkeeper for the burgeoning Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team, accepted the encounter before turning in a heroic performance which led to her being embraced by her teammates. PHOTOS: Flintridge Prep beats Malibu with a 2-2 (2-1) victory Stiles stopped four penalty kicks and Kaitlin Liston scored the game-winning penalty kick to lead host Flintridge Prep to a 2-2 (2-1)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 7, 2013
LA CANADA - After starring the past two seasons as quarterback of the St. Francis High football team, Jared Lebowitz decided to take up another sport that had been dear to him when he was growing up in Vermont. When Lebowitz found out last spring that St. Francis would field a lacrosse team for the first time this season, the senior jumped at the opportunity to participate in a sport he last played about four years ago. “It's a great sport,” said Lebowitz, a midfielder on the lacrosse team and the reigning All-Area Football Player of the Year.
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By Gabriel Rizk and Andrew Shortall | October 10, 2012
After landing a crushing blow in one of its more intense Prep League rivalries on Saturday, the Flintridge Prep football team will take some momentum into the granddaddy of them all. The Rebels, coming off a 54-19 home dismantling of Chadwick last week, face off with host Pasadena Poly at 2 p.m. Saturday. And, as if a game with the Rebels' most intense adversary needed any further incentive, Prep will have an opportunity to open league 2-0 with the inside track to a playoff berth going into next week's meeting with league champion Rio Hondo Prep.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 21, 2012
LOS ANGELES - No matter what side they were cheering for - the Flintridge Prep or Malibu High football team - the fans in Occidental College stadium rose to their feet Friday night to cheer the wild, roller coaster affair that went into overtime and lasted more than three hours. While Prep led by six points with just over a minute to go in the game, it was handed another heartbreaking loss in overtime to the Sharks, 40-34, after Malibu's Brennan Cassone recovered a Flintridge Prep fumble to start the extra frame and Malibu quarterback Chase Gardella followed it up with a 14-yard touchdown run on third down and 12 to deliver the Sharks victory.
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By Mario Aguirre, mario.aguirre@latimes.com | October 1, 2011
MALIBU - Down to only 15 players, the Flintridge Prep football team had a small margin for error entering Saturday afternoon's game against host Malibu. And when the Rebels lost their starting quarterback and their backup, who primarily leads the way at running back, before reaching halftime, it proved too much to overcome in a 49-0 nonleague loss. Prep (1-4) dropped its fourth consecutive game after forfeiting the previous contest due to a string of injuries from a 48-0 loss to visiting Grace Brethren on Sept.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | September 9, 2011
NORTHEAST GLENDALE - Andrea Kevakian spent the last part of her summer attending numerous Flintridge Prep girls' tennis team practices to help acclimate her to the next level of competition. Kevakian, a freshman, also used the practice sessions to her advantage to prepare for what she expects to be a grueling upcoming schedule. Kevakian passed her initial test Thursday afternoon, as she swept her three sets in Flintridge Prep's 10-8 nonleague season-opening loss against visiting Malibu at Scholl Canyon Tennis Center.
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By Bill Kisliuk, bill.kisliuk@latimes.com | November 8, 2010
Black leather and blue denim dominated south Glendale on Sunday morning as 1,000 Harley-Davidson enthusiasts rumbled to the starting point of the annual Love Ride. After the recession forced a one-year hiatus in 2009, founder Oliver Shokouh, owner of Harley-Davidson of Glendale, was back leading the event he founded in 1984 to support charity and celebrate the riding life. "Last year we hit a snag, but everyone else did, too," Shokouh told a crowd as riders registered at tents outside his San Fernando Road shop and admired the souped-up Harleys parked on nearby streets.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | October 2, 2010
LOS ANGELES — Though the Flintridge Prep football team did not lose Friday night, one can't blame first-year Coach Antonio Harrison if he thought otherwise. On the doorstep of winning its first game, Flintridge Prep encountered three costly fumbles in the red zone — including a pair by quarterback Kyle McDonald at the one-foot mark — in a 14-14 nonleague tie against visiting Malibu at Occidental College's Patterson Field. The Rebels (0-3-1) did everything right but cross the goal line, leaving Harrison, a former Rebel player, frustrated.
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February 16, 2010
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Had the Hoover High boys’ soccer team finished on Tuesday, perhaps its season wouldn’t be. But the majority of the Tornadoes’ chances to put the ball in the back of the net against visiting Malibu during their CIF Southern Section Division IV wild-card playoff game ended in a missed shot or simply a missed opportunity. And, the one look Hoover did put away — a game-tying goal by senior midfielder Arman Ter-Barseghyan in the 64th minute — was followed just minutes later by the Sharks’ second goal that would stand as the difference in their 2-0 victory.
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By Charles Rich | October 11, 2009
GLENDALE — Bye weeks are normally a rare commodity for high school football teams. Take for example, the local teams. Of the five area squads, only Flintridge Prep has the luxury of having one. Still, there are pros and cons to having it during the middle of the season. On one hand, the Rebels (1-3) can use it to help players heal from numerous bumps and bruises. On the flip side, Flintridge Prep would like to continue playing after picking up a 23-20 nonleague road victory against Malibu on Oct. 2. The way third-year Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs sees it, there might be more positives having the week off in getting ready to kick off Prep League competition Friday against host Rio Hondo Prep.
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