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January 4, 2012
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 69, Maranatha 15: Lana Haddad finished with 16 points and 14 rebounds Tuesday to lift the host Tologs in a nonleague contest. Flintridge Sacred Heart (7-7) received 14 points from Nora Welsh and nine points, seven assists and seven steals from Dana Budzyn. Mary Star of the Sea 64, Holy Family 22: Elena Lomeli collected eight points Tuesday for the visiting Gaels (0-12) in a nonleague contest. Burroughs 71 Hoover 20: The visiting Tornadoes (3-4)
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March 21, 2012
BOYS' GOLF Maranatha 223, Flintridge Prep 223: Jack Bouchard of Flintridge Prep carded a three-over-par 38 on Wednesday in a nonleague match at Altadena Golf Course. Maranatha took the event as its sixth scorer shot two strokes lower. Josh Kim added a 43 for the Rebels (3-4). SOFTBALL Marlborough 14, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 7: Lauren Torres hit a solo home run for the visiting Tologs (4-3) in a nonleague contest Wednesday. Westridge 8, Flintridge Prep 7: Chelsea Johnson and Jenna Galper each had a pair of hits Wednesday for the host Rebels in a Prep League match.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 31, 2011
PASADENA - There was no denying if the St. Francis High boys' basketball team was to defeat Maranatha in Friday evening's third-place game of the La Salle/Temple City Holiday Classic, the Golden Knights were going to need a major defensive effort. That effort, of course, had to center on slowing down Minutemen 5-foot-10 junior guard Jeremy Major, who entered Friday's affair averaging 28.1 points per game. While Major scored a game-high 31 points, his passing helped the Minutemen put away St. Francis, 60-56.
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December 8, 2000
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan GLENDALE SPORTS COMPLEX -- After eight matches in its young season the Flintridge Prep boys' soccer team is still looking for its first victory. Following Thursday's nonleague match against Maranatha High the Rebels will have to wait a little longer. The Rebels remained winless with a 1-0 loss to the Minutemen at the Glendale Sports Complex. "We played against a very well defensive team," said Flintridge Prep assistant coach Rob Hamlyn, whose squad dropped to 0-5-3.
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 25, 2006
PASADENA — It took the Flintridge Prep football team only 18 seconds of the opening period to go up by six, courtesy of quarterback Joe Farewell's 80-yard touchdown pass to Alex Clayton, against host Maranatha in the teams' Saturday matinee. Less than two minutes of game clock later the Rebels were already trailing by one in what would become a theme of the Rebels' 42-12 loss. "Both teams made a lot of mistakes in the first half," Rebels tailback Zachary Goldstein said.
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By By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | December 9, 2005
FP basketball hoopsFlintridge Prep overpowers Maranatha for second time in 10 days, winning, 49-20, in opening-round game.PASADENA -- The Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team knew what to expect when it met Maranatha on Thursday in a first-round game of the Pasadena Poly Tournament. The Rebels played the Minutemen in their season opener, defeating them by 21 on Nov. 28. Ten days later, Flintridge Prep beat up on Maranatha again, winning, 49-20, at Pasadena Poly. The Rebels (5-1)
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November 15, 2000
Sang Lee SAN MARINO HIGH -- Caffeine pills weren't handed out to Maranatha fans before Village Christian's CIF Southern Section Division IVA semifinal match against Maranatha on Tuesday night at San Marino High. But if you were a Crusader fan, you might have been suspicious. Supported by a raucous, Minutemen-partisan crowd, Maranatha extinguished the Crusaders' playoff hopes in under an hour: 15-2, 15-10, 15-1. "We have great family and students for support.
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By: Grant Gordon | September 19, 2005
It was as symbolic an end for the Flintridge Prep football team as it was frustrating. With the game's final minutes only a formality, Rebel junior quarterback Joe Farewell dropped back and seconds later was picking himself up off the field ... again. It was the final offensive play for Flintridge Prep, but seemed to sum up just about every other in the Rebels' 20-0 nonleague loss to Maranatha on Saturday night at Temple City High. "They're a team that's gonna throw everything at you," said first-year Rebel Coach Brad Miller, whose team dropped to 1-1 on the season.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | June 29, 2013
LA CAÑADA - Maranatha High clearly held the advantage in size and experience when it took the court with the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team Saturday afternoon. While the Minutemen were busy piecing together a group of talented new faces and transfers under first-year coach Tim Tucker, Rebels Coach Garrett Ohara used the game as a tryout of sorts for the varsity squad. Only one of five Rebels set to return from last year's group took the floor - Robert Cartwright - and the new-look Minutemen took advantage.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 3, 2014
LA CAÑADA - If injuries weren't enough of an issue for the short-handed Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team, then the size of visiting Maranatha certainly proved a hurdle too tall to climb. The new-look Minutemen, under the direction of former longtime Pasadena High Coach Tim Tucker, leaned on 6-foot-9 center Muusa Dama, 6-6 power forward Ron Gore and 6-5 small forward Nick Springer to outreach and outrebound the Rebels en route to a 74-50 nonleague victory Friday evening. "They obviously have a great advantage inside and we fought and we battled and we stayed close in the first half," Rebels Coach Garrett Ohara said.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | June 29, 2013
LA CAÑADA - Maranatha High clearly held the advantage in size and experience when it took the court with the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team Saturday afternoon. While the Minutemen were busy piecing together a group of talented new faces and transfers under first-year coach Tim Tucker, Rebels Coach Garrett Ohara used the game as a tryout of sorts for the varsity squad. Only one of five Rebels set to return from last year's group took the floor - Robert Cartwright - and the new-look Minutemen took advantage.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 22, 2013
PASADENA - it certainly didn't come easy for Will Dixon on Friday afternoon. The junior Flintridge Prep boys' tennis player is normally slotted in doubles, but an illness to the Rebels' top singles player forced the team to rearrange the lineup accordingly. PHOTOS: Flintridge Prep vs. Maranatha nonleague boys' tennis In stepped the versatile Dixon, who displayed patience and the ability to overcome a huge deficit to record a sweep and help Flintridge Prep register a 12-6 nonleague victory against Maranatha at Muir High.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | December 13, 2012
PASADENA - After matching Flintridge Prep bucket for bucket for most of the second half, the Maranatha High boys' basketball team seemed just a few stops away from possibly making Thursday night's nonleague meeting a close finish. Instead, the key stops down the stretch were made by the Rebels, who made sure their double-digit lead stayed secure by holding the Minutemen scoreless for a key three-minute span late in the fourth quarter and held on for a comfortable 70-59 win. “The key to that stretch, or part of it, is when our offense executes it doesn't allow some of those transition things and we get able to set our defense,” said Prep Coach Garrett Ohara, whose team was led by 18 points and five assists from point guard Robert Cartwright.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | May 8, 2012
PASADENA - With the Maranatha High boys' tennis team potentially in position to play two playoff matches in as many days, it embraced the challenge. The Minutemen entered the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs fresh off finishing second in the Olympic League and with several players performing well in the league tournament last week. More importantly, they appeared to be well conditioned. Maranatha used its physical preparation as an advantage en route to a convincing 13-5 win against visiting Nogales in a wild-card match at Muir High.
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March 21, 2012
BOYS' GOLF Maranatha 223, Flintridge Prep 223: Jack Bouchard of Flintridge Prep carded a three-over-par 38 on Wednesday in a nonleague match at Altadena Golf Course. Maranatha took the event as its sixth scorer shot two strokes lower. Josh Kim added a 43 for the Rebels (3-4). SOFTBALL Marlborough 14, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 7: Lauren Torres hit a solo home run for the visiting Tologs (4-3) in a nonleague contest Wednesday. Westridge 8, Flintridge Prep 7: Chelsea Johnson and Jenna Galper each had a pair of hits Wednesday for the host Rebels in a Prep League match.
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January 4, 2012
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 69, Maranatha 15: Lana Haddad finished with 16 points and 14 rebounds Tuesday to lift the host Tologs in a nonleague contest. Flintridge Sacred Heart (7-7) received 14 points from Nora Welsh and nine points, seven assists and seven steals from Dana Budzyn. Mary Star of the Sea 64, Holy Family 22: Elena Lomeli collected eight points Tuesday for the visiting Gaels (0-12) in a nonleague contest. Burroughs 71 Hoover 20: The visiting Tornadoes (3-4)
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 31, 2011
PASADENA - There was no denying if the St. Francis High boys' basketball team was to defeat Maranatha in Friday evening's third-place game of the La Salle/Temple City Holiday Classic, the Golden Knights were going to need a major defensive effort. That effort, of course, had to center on slowing down Minutemen 5-foot-10 junior guard Jeremy Major, who entered Friday's affair averaging 28.1 points per game. While Major scored a game-high 31 points, his passing helped the Minutemen put away St. Francis, 60-56.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 28, 2011
PASADENA - Thirty-two minutes wasn't enough, so the Hoover High and Maranatha boys' basketball teams wound up playing an extra four minutes to settle the outcome. For Maranatha, it proved to be a boon. The same couldn't be said for Hoover. Maranatha got just enough offense in overtime as its defense held Hoover scoreless in overtime to earn a 60-57 home victory Wednesday night in a quarterfinal contest of the La Salle/Temple City Holiday Classic. “It was quite a game,” said Maranatha Coach Tim Godley, whose team won its fourth game in a row to improve to 10-2 and will next meet Muir or Cantwell Sacred Heart in a semifinal contest at 6 p.m. today at La Salle following a stellar effort from junior point guard Jeremy Major, who had a game-high 26 points.
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