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April 15, 2005
Western Studios used power and then determination to triumph in two games in Crescenta Valley Little League Junior Division action. Kylie Mulligan reached base safely in her five at bats as the Western Studios' girls pounded out 11 hits, including six for extra bases, to crush the Burbank Diamonds, 16-4. Caitlin Deering pitched four strong innings, allowing four hits while striking out five. Deering help her cause by walking twice and hitting two doubles. Emma Vine, Megan Edwards, Brittanie Johnson, Meghan West, Flanna Leake and Brittny Dow all collected hits for Western.
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July 4, 2005
Megan Edwards went the distance for Western Studios against the Burbank Diamonds, giving up 5 hits, in a 6-4 win in Tri-Cities Tournament Junior Softball action. The game was went back and forth and Western had to battle until the end as the Burbank Diamonds had bases loaded with no outs in the top of the seventh. The Diamonds coach elected to bunt three straight times to save the victory for the Western girls. On offense, Kylie Mulligan started the game off with a ground rule double.
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May 24, 2005
BASKETBALL Glendale Panthers in Santa Barbara Classic: The Glendale Panthers, a local youth boys' basketball squad, recently competed in the Santa Barbara Classic. The Panthers fell to San Marcos in a quarterfinal game despite eight points, five rebounds and three assists from Zareh Zargaryan. Teammate Bryan Aghakhani contributed eight points, three steals and two assists. Neil DeJesus finished with seven points for Glendale, which got six points and 12 rebounds from Raymond Beginyan.
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April 1, 2005
Four Western Studios' pitchers combined to hurl a no-hitter against Tujunga Crush in Crescenta Valley Little League Softball Junior Division action. Western Studios scored a 19-2 victory to improve to 3-1. The four hurlers, Megan Edwards, Brittny Dow, Kellsey Butler and Kylie Mulligan, struck out eight batters and allowed only one ball to pass out of the infield. Western's offense collected 12 hits, including seven for extra bases. Western was led by Mulligan who had three hits, including two doubles.
SPORTS
April 21, 2005
Western Studios' Megan Edwards was the story on the mound as she hurled four strong innings, allowing no hits while striking out nine against Tujunga Crush in CV Little League Junior Division softball last Sunday at Glorietta Park. Kellsey Butler, Brittny Dow and Kylie Mulligan pitched the final innings, striking out an additional four batters while giving up only three hits. Western won the game easily, 16-4. It was a close game for two innings and then Western started to hit the ball.
NEWS
July 13, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan The Crescenta Valley Major Softball All-Star team put an exclamation point on its Little League District 16 title Monday. Behind an "unbelievable" hitting and pitching performance from 12-year-old Megan Edwards, CV won its third consecutive district championship with a 10-0 victory against Jewel City at Scholl Canyon Park. The game was called at the end of four innings because of the 10-run mercy rule. CV (3-0) -- which outscored its opponents, 40-3, in the tournament -- will play the District 51 champion at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Scholl Canyon Park in an opening-round game of the five-team Section 2 Tournament.
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December 10, 2002
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' UNDER-12 SOCCER Jammin' Awesome Girls 2, Wildfire 1: Dani Vargas' penalty kick in the final minute of Sunday's second-chance bracket final at the Glendale Sports Complex was the difference for the Jammin' Awesome Girls (12-1-2), who advanced to Saturday's championship match in the eight-team, double-elimination tournament against the Skyscrapers (11-2) at 11:30 a.m. at the Sports Complex. Should the Jammin' Awesome Girls -- who lost to the Skyscrapers, 1-0, in a winner's-bracket semifinal match Nov. 23 -- win Saturday, an if-necessary championship match would be played at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Sports Complex.
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November 19, 2002
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' SOCCER UNDER-12 DIVISION Wildfire 2, Whatever 1: Megan Edwards scored the match-winning goal in the third quarter Saturday to power Wildfire in the championship contest at Clark Magnet School. Whatever scored early in the match before Megan Reilly tied the game at 1 late in the first half. Hannah McLaughlin, Erin Wilson and Reilly each split time in goal and made several key saves. Skyscrapers 2, Blew By You Too 1: Jillian Mascheroni scored in the second overtime Saturday to spark the Skyscrapers.
NEWS
July 10, 2002
Erik Boal Through four innings of Tuesday's Little League District 16 All-Star Softball Tournament opener, Crescenta Valley's 9- and 10-year-old squad sent 18 batters to the plate against Foothill-Tujunga pitcher Madeline Velazquez, scoring two runs on three hits, with its opponent committing two errors. But the final two innings told a different story, as CV sent 20 batters to the plate, resulting in eight hits and nine runs, aided in large part by seven Foothill-Tujunga errors, which proved to be the difference at Scholl Canyon Park.
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July 27, 2004
Charles Rich Not even the airplanes preparing to land on the nearby Los Angeles International Airport runways could break Megan Edwards' concentration. In fact, Edwards couldn't hear much when she stood in the circle throwing a devastating changeup. Edwards struck out 10 and scattered five hits in a complete-game effort to lead the Crescenta Valley Major Softball All-Star team to a 6-0 victory against Pomona American in a second-chance bracket game of the Little League Division 3 Tournament at Carl E. Nielsen Youth Park on Monday night.
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July 4, 2005
Megan Edwards went the distance for Western Studios against the Burbank Diamonds, giving up 5 hits, in a 6-4 win in Tri-Cities Tournament Junior Softball action. The game was went back and forth and Western had to battle until the end as the Burbank Diamonds had bases loaded with no outs in the top of the seventh. The Diamonds coach elected to bunt three straight times to save the victory for the Western girls. On offense, Kylie Mulligan started the game off with a ground rule double.
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May 24, 2005
BASKETBALL Glendale Panthers in Santa Barbara Classic: The Glendale Panthers, a local youth boys' basketball squad, recently competed in the Santa Barbara Classic. The Panthers fell to San Marcos in a quarterfinal game despite eight points, five rebounds and three assists from Zareh Zargaryan. Teammate Bryan Aghakhani contributed eight points, three steals and two assists. Neil DeJesus finished with seven points for Glendale, which got six points and 12 rebounds from Raymond Beginyan.
SPORTS
April 21, 2005
Western Studios' Megan Edwards was the story on the mound as she hurled four strong innings, allowing no hits while striking out nine against Tujunga Crush in CV Little League Junior Division softball last Sunday at Glorietta Park. Kellsey Butler, Brittny Dow and Kylie Mulligan pitched the final innings, striking out an additional four batters while giving up only three hits. Western won the game easily, 16-4. It was a close game for two innings and then Western started to hit the ball.
SPORTS
April 15, 2005
Western Studios used power and then determination to triumph in two games in Crescenta Valley Little League Junior Division action. Kylie Mulligan reached base safely in her five at bats as the Western Studios' girls pounded out 11 hits, including six for extra bases, to crush the Burbank Diamonds, 16-4. Caitlin Deering pitched four strong innings, allowing four hits while striking out five. Deering help her cause by walking twice and hitting two doubles. Emma Vine, Megan Edwards, Brittanie Johnson, Meghan West, Flanna Leake and Brittny Dow all collected hits for Western.
SPORTS
April 1, 2005
Four Western Studios' pitchers combined to hurl a no-hitter against Tujunga Crush in Crescenta Valley Little League Softball Junior Division action. Western Studios scored a 19-2 victory to improve to 3-1. The four hurlers, Megan Edwards, Brittny Dow, Kellsey Butler and Kylie Mulligan, struck out eight batters and allowed only one ball to pass out of the infield. Western's offense collected 12 hits, including seven for extra bases. Western was led by Mulligan who had three hits, including two doubles.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
Charles Rich Not even the airplanes preparing to land on the nearby Los Angeles International Airport runways could break Megan Edwards' concentration. In fact, Edwards couldn't hear much when she stood in the circle throwing a devastating changeup. Edwards struck out 10 and scattered five hits in a complete-game effort to lead the Crescenta Valley Major Softball All-Star team to a 6-0 victory against Pomona American in a second-chance bracket game of the Little League Division 3 Tournament at Carl E. Nielsen Youth Park on Monday night.
NEWS
July 13, 2004
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan The Crescenta Valley Major Softball All-Star team put an exclamation point on its Little League District 16 title Monday. Behind an "unbelievable" hitting and pitching performance from 12-year-old Megan Edwards, CV won its third consecutive district championship with a 10-0 victory against Jewel City at Scholl Canyon Park. The game was called at the end of four innings because of the 10-run mercy rule. CV (3-0) -- which outscored its opponents, 40-3, in the tournament -- will play the District 51 champion at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Scholl Canyon Park in an opening-round game of the five-team Section 2 Tournament.
NEWS
July 21, 2003
Erik Boal Six hours before his team's opening-round game in the Little League Section 2 Tournament, Crescenta Valley Major Softball All-Star Coach Jim Mulligan was nervous about how the contest would unfold. And with good reason. Usual starters Baillie Kirker and Ceci Prator were sidelined with leg injuries, leaving just 11 available players against Arcadia American. Six minutes after his squad's 8-0 win Saturday night at Granada Park, Mulligan was all smiles.
NEWS
December 10, 2002
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' UNDER-12 SOCCER Jammin' Awesome Girls 2, Wildfire 1: Dani Vargas' penalty kick in the final minute of Sunday's second-chance bracket final at the Glendale Sports Complex was the difference for the Jammin' Awesome Girls (12-1-2), who advanced to Saturday's championship match in the eight-team, double-elimination tournament against the Skyscrapers (11-2) at 11:30 a.m. at the Sports Complex. Should the Jammin' Awesome Girls -- who lost to the Skyscrapers, 1-0, in a winner's-bracket semifinal match Nov. 23 -- win Saturday, an if-necessary championship match would be played at 11:30 a.m. Sunday at the Sports Complex.
NEWS
November 19, 2002
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' SOCCER UNDER-12 DIVISION Wildfire 2, Whatever 1: Megan Edwards scored the match-winning goal in the third quarter Saturday to power Wildfire in the championship contest at Clark Magnet School. Whatever scored early in the match before Megan Reilly tied the game at 1 late in the first half. Hannah McLaughlin, Erin Wilson and Reilly each split time in goal and made several key saves. Skyscrapers 2, Blew By You Too 1: Jillian Mascheroni scored in the second overtime Saturday to spark the Skyscrapers.
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