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By Grant Gordon | July 11, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — If nothing else, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 baseball team went down swinging. And running and sliding. But Kyle Tavison's two-run triple and subsequent mad dash for home that resulted in the final out of the game served more as a symbol of Crescenta Valley's character than its fortunes on Tuesday evening. Those fortunes came due to the fact that the previous five innings had seen Crescenta Valley succumb to a magnificent pitching performance via Tujunga's Sean Garcia.
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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 Charles Rich | July 10, 2009
MONTROSE — With sound pitching and a power-hitting lineup, the Crescenta Valley Major Baseball All-Star team liked its chances to reach the championship contest. It used both facets to achieve that task. Will Lombardo hit a pair of three-run home runs and Tanner Dunning pitched three scoreless innings to help propel Crescenta Valley to a 12-0 win against Foothill in a winner’s bracket contest of the District 16 Little League Major All-Star Tournament on Friday night at Montrose Park.
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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 Grant Gordon | July 11, 2007
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — If nothing else, the Crescenta Valley 9-10 baseball team went down swinging. And running and sliding. But Kyle Tavison's two-run triple and subsequent mad dash for home that resulted in the final out of the game served more as a symbol of Crescenta Valley's character than its fortunes on Tuesday evening. Those fortunes came due to the fact that the previous five innings had seen Crescenta Valley succumb to a magnificent pitching performance via Tujunga's Sean Garcia.
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