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By Jeff Tully | July 15, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Crescenta Valley and Burbank Little League teams were living by the long ball Tuesday in the District 16 Major Baseball championship game. Eleven of the first 14 runs in the game came off of six home runs, as balls were being rocketed out of Babe Herman Field. And that was just through four innings. Although the teams split in the homer department, Crescenta Valley was able to score more runs off its dingers, as it downed Burbank, 8-6. The win avenges a 5-3 Crescenta Valley loss Monday against the same Burbank squad.
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By Charles Rich | June 11, 2009
TUJUNGA — With a chill in the air on a late-spring evening, Christian Castaneda heated up. Castaneda couldn’t have picked a better time to get going. Castaneda finished with three hits, including a grand slam, and drove in five runs Wednesday night to spur the Crescenta Valley Gangi Builders to a lopsided 14-1 win against Foothill South Beach in an opening-round contest of the Tri-Cities District 16 Little League Tournament of Champions at Tujunga Little League Fields.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | June 26, 2011
TUJUNGA — There are plenty of interruptions in the game of baseball, but a two-day delay due to a broken water main that flooded the field in the middle of a game isn't as common as a coaching visit to the mound. The Burbank Bulldogs and Crescenta Valley Kelly and Small Accounting Junior Baseball teams had to weather that storm in their second-round contest of the Tri-Cities District 16 Tournament of Champions, a game that began on Wednesday at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields, but wasn't concluded until Saturday morning at Tujunga Little League Fields.
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March 22, 2014
COLLEGE BASEBALL Glendale Community College 11, College of the Canyons 8: The Vaqueros garnered a crucial Western State Conference South Division win on Saturday afternoon on the road. GCC (11-10-1, 5-4 in conference) remains in third place in the division with the win over COC (10-10, 7-2) and got back on the winning track after a two-game skid. Glendale capitalized on five COC errors and never trailed, scoring a pair of runs in the top of the first and putting up three and four runs in the sixth and seventh innings, respectively.
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From Staff Reports | March 11, 2014
BASEBALL St. Francis 10, Bell Gardens 5: The Golden Knights won their second in a row with Tuesday's victory in the Arcadia Elks Tournament and improved to 2-1 in the process. Andres Kim tossed six innings and had five strikeouts. He was also one of four Golden Knights to go two for four, joined by Kevin Baker, Drew Nixon and Mike Reilly. Baker had three runs batted in. Freshman Brandon Lewis was also two for three and is four for seven on the season. Flintridge Prep 17, Firebaugh 3 (five innings)
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | July 19, 2011
GLENDALE — After a first-round loss in the Section 2 Junior Baseball Tournament, the Crescenta Valley Junior Baseball All-Star team treated each and every game like it was the championship. It paid off, as Crescenta Valley found itself facing Encino in the Section 2 tournament championship game Tuesday night at the Tehachapi Little League Fields. The locals came up short of capturing the tournament title, though, falling to Encino, 5-2. "Every game was a championship game," said Crescenta Valley Coach Peter Cosfol, explaining his team's mindset after a opening-round loss to Tehachapi, 3-1, on Saturday.
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April 14, 2009
TRACK AND FIELD Holy Redeemer Elementary School?s track team took second at the Falcon Invitational track meet, which was hosted by St. Phillip the Apostle and held at La Salle High School in Pasadena on April 4. The team?s performance was led by the Novice Boys (3rd-4th graders) who took first in their division. Second-place performances were turned in by the JV Girls (5th-6th graders) and Varsity Girls (7th-8th graders). Holy Redeemer saw Hailey James earn a co-MVP performance after she finished first in the 200- and 400-meter races with marks of 29.36 seconds and 1 minute 8.31 minutes, respectively.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 19, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — One monster inning can turn the page on three hapless ones in a hurry. That was the case for the Crescenta Valley Senior All-Stars, the District 16 representative, in their 13-3 win over District 40 representative Pasadena American Little League in the Section 2 Tournament on Sunday at Scholl Canyon Ball Fields. After struggling to make any inroads against the early three-run league that Pasadena American built in the top of the first inning, Crescenta Valley’s lineup finally broke through in the bottom of the fourth, scoring all 13 of its runs and bringing an abrupt end to the contest within the frame via the 10-run mercy rule.
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By Joe Puglia | February 16, 2007
I was sitting with the family around the kitchen table trying my best to run interference on this crazy, fandangled idea about us going on a skiing trip. I'm thinking, maybe if I run the dishwasher the noise will squelch this nonsensical talk and we can then get on with our day. With ballet and Holy Communion classes, it's not like we don't have enough to do. Well, this skiing idea began to pick up momentum and even the din of the dishwasher could not quell the excitement of Sabine and Simone.
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May 16, 2008
Standings   Scores Police 10, Landry’s 10 Christian Rivera started the game for Police and Tanner Dunning got the nod for Landry’s. Although both pitchers saw hardly any mound time last year, they had become the go-to guys this year. Rivera stranded the bases loaded on two consecutive strikeouts in the first inning. Police was able to build a 9-6 lead through four innings, thanks to Rivera’s performance. Police picked up an additional run in the top of the fifth inning and brought in youngster Grant Arthur to replace Rivera on the mound.
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By Jeff Tully | July 15, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — The Crescenta Valley and Burbank Little League teams were living by the long ball Tuesday in the District 16 Major Baseball championship game. Eleven of the first 14 runs in the game came off of six home runs, as balls were being rocketed out of Babe Herman Field. And that was just through four innings. Although the teams split in the homer department, Crescenta Valley was able to score more runs off its dingers, as it downed Burbank, 8-6. The win avenges a 5-3 Crescenta Valley loss Monday against the same Burbank squad.
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