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By Parimal M. Rohit | February 27, 2009
Senior forward Amir Moore scored on a corner kick play in the 76th minute and senior goalkeeper Jordan Bell did not allow a goal for a second consecutive playoff game as the Golden Knights (14-5-3) defeated Newbury Park, 1-0, at St. Francis’ Friedman Field on Wednesday in the second round of CIF Southern Section I-A playoffs. “He is such an athlete,” St. Francis Head Coach Glen Appels said about Moore’s game-winner. “He got to a ball that was behind him, then in front of him, and he got turned, then he hit it. It was a terrific play.
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By Grant Gordon News-Press | February 22, 2008
Not much has changed in the way of the CIF playoffs for St. Francis High?s soccer team from last year to this. The Golden Knights are hoping that changes today. ?We?re in the exact same situation,? St. Francis Coach Glen Appels said. ?For us, it?s a chance to take it a step further.? A season ago, the Golden Knights advanced to the second round of the CIF Southern Section Division I playoffs only to be upset by Servite, 4-2, at home. They?d won their first-round home game by a large margin, just as they did on Friday, beating Lakewood, 5-1. Now Marmonte League champion Newbury Park (10-4-3)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 6, 2011
LA CRESCENTA - With some of the St. Francis High basketball team lacking experience, it still has two recognizable staples in its lineup who can be counted on to consistently fulfill their roles. Senior guards Emerson Castaneda and Zack Gardea know what's expected of them once they step on the court - score points in bunches. The duo more than exceeded expectations in St. Francis' season-opening contest Monday night. Castaneda and Gardea scored 21 points each to lift St. Francis to a 57-45 victory against Newbury Park in a pool-play game of the Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
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September 13, 2002
BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY CV 38, Camarillo 42, Burbank 49, Newbury Park 113: Chris Snyder clocked 15 minutes 36 seconds Thursday to finish second behind Burbank's Kyle Ivie in a nonleague quad-meet at Newbury Park. Teammate Ben Kessen finished third, clocking 15:46 and helped give the Falcons three top-10 runners. John Heft finished sixth with a mark of 16:05. GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Burbank 42, Newbury Park 53, Camarillo 55, CV 69: Senior Brittany Del Soldato recorded a mark of 21 minutes five seconds Thursday to give CV it's lone top-10 finish in a nonleague quad-meet at Newbury Park.
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April 20, 2000
Jim Riggio MONTROSE PARK-- The Downey Tournament softball championship may have been the purpose for Crescenta Valley and Newbury Park highs to meet at Montrose Park, but for two inningsThursday afternoon all eyes were on Meredith Cervenka and not the tournament's championship trophy. Hoping to put herself in the record books as California's all-time leader for most consecutive innings pitched without allowing an earned run, Cervenka was able to do that and much more.
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From Staff Reports | December 7, 2013
GIRLS' WATER POLO Crescenta Valley 9, Newbury Park 7: The Falcons kicked off the new season much the same way they concluded 2012-13, which is to say winning titles. Crescenta Valley scored two goals in the fourth quarter in gaining separation from host Newbury Park and won the Mistletoe Classic Championship on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons (5-0) led, 7-6, heading into the final quarter and relied on a stout defense to deny Newbury Park. Ashley Taylor and Any Aghakhanian both scored three goals apiece to pace the Falcons, who began the day with a 14-5 victory over Buena in the semifinals.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2011
Tracy Leigh Trenham, the daughter of Noble B. Trenham and Leigh G. Trenham, formerly of Glendale, and James Mitchell Davis of Newbury Park, were married at St. Andrew Orthodox Christian Church in Riverside. The couple were married by the bride’s brother, Father Josiah B. Trenham of Riverside, CA. Two hundred friends and family witnessed the event. The wedding party consisted of the bride and groom's many nieces and nephews. The couple is now at home in La Crescenta.    
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By Grant Gordon | February 20, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? The end of the St. Francis High soccer team?s season was as frightening for the Golden Knights as it was frustrating. It was frustrating because St. Francis? normally potent offense was held scoreless, while its usually impenetrable defense had two devastating lapses within a minute?s time. And it all became too frightening as Golden Knights junior goalie Jordan Bell lay unconscious on Friedman Field after taking a knee to the face. Thereafter, St. Francis?
NEWS
April 20, 2000
Hamlet Nalbandyan MONTROSE PARK -- The last month has been a roller coaster ride for Crescenta Valley High's Meredith Cervenka. During that time, Cervenka was on her way to setting a CIF state record for most consecutive innings pitched without an earned run, had the streak taken away because of a controversial ruling, and had the streak continue after further consideration by the opposing team involved in the controversy....
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From Staff Reports | December 7, 2013
GIRLS' WATER POLO Crescenta Valley 9, Newbury Park 7: The Falcons kicked off the new season much the same way they concluded 2012-13, which is to say winning titles. Crescenta Valley scored two goals in the fourth quarter in gaining separation from host Newbury Park and won the Mistletoe Classic Championship on Saturday afternoon. The Falcons (5-0) led, 7-6, heading into the final quarter and relied on a stout defense to deny Newbury Park. Ashley Taylor and Any Aghakhanian both scored three goals apiece to pace the Falcons, who began the day with a 14-5 victory over Buena in the semifinals.
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From Staff Reports | February 15, 2013
The following are playoff previews for Saturday's events involving local teams. GIRLS' WATER POLO Crescenta Valley at Arlington, 4 p.m. : The top-seeded Falcons (30-2) continue their quest for the program's first CIF Southern Section Division V championship with a road contest against Arlington (9-8). Crescenta Valley, which won the Pacific League championship for the fourth straight year before recording an 11-2 opening-round victory against Downey at Pasadena City College, will advance to the semifinals for the third season in a row with a win. Arlington, which finished second in the Inland Valley League, started its playoff run Wednesday with a 12-5 victory against Santa Ynez.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | February 10, 2013
A season ago, the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team went 7-18 and received a surprising at-large bid into the playoffs. Thus, the turnaround orchestrated by first-year co-coaches Kevin Kiyomura and Jayme Kiyomura-Chan has been rather impressive. Evidence to that came Sunday, when the Rebels, after posting a 16-7 record and a second-place finish in the Prep League, were granted the No. 4 seed in the CIF Southern Section Division 5-AA playoffs. “I'm very happy,” said Kiyomura, whose team will host California Military in Thursday's first round at 7 p.m. “Granted, we don't know a whole lot about California Military, but we're really excited about getting in [to the playoffs]
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From Staff Reports | September 6, 2012
GIRLS' CROSS-COUNTRY Crescenta Valley 27, Newbury Park 38, Camarillo 60 : Erika Johnson led the way for the Falcons with a second-place mark of 19 minutes 42 seconds at Thursday's season-opening cluster meet at Mission Oaks Park in Camarillo. The Falcons' scoring five packed together and was separated by just 1:02. Hannah Ruby took third in 19:54, followed by fifth-place Megan Melnyk (20:10) and Haley Witzeman (20:12) in sixth. Cali King took 11th in 20:44. BOYS' CROSS-COUNTRY Crescenta Valley 28, Camarillo 44, Newbury Park 52 : Gabe Collison turned in a stellar effort for CV in its season-opening cluster meet in Camarillo at Mission Oaks Park on Thursday.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 6, 2011
LA CRESCENTA - With some of the St. Francis High basketball team lacking experience, it still has two recognizable staples in its lineup who can be counted on to consistently fulfill their roles. Senior guards Emerson Castaneda and Zack Gardea know what's expected of them once they step on the court - score points in bunches. The duo more than exceeded expectations in St. Francis' season-opening contest Monday night. Castaneda and Gardea scored 21 points each to lift St. Francis to a 57-45 victory against Newbury Park in a pool-play game of the Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 13, 2011
Tracy Leigh Trenham, the daughter of Noble B. Trenham and Leigh G. Trenham, formerly of Glendale, and James Mitchell Davis of Newbury Park, were married at St. Andrew Orthodox Christian Church in Riverside. The couple were married by the bride’s brother, Father Josiah B. Trenham of Riverside, CA. Two hundred friends and family witnessed the event. The wedding party consisted of the bride and groom's many nieces and nephews. The couple is now at home in La Crescenta.    
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September 11, 2009
GIRLS’ TENNIS Crescenta Valley 17, Mayfield 1 : The two-time defending Pacific League champions began their season with a stellar performance, as the Falcons won all nine of their doubles sets in a nonleague road match. The doubles onslaught was led by the No. 1 squad of Ani Ebrahamian and Audri Pardo. In singles, reigning All-Area Singles Player of the Year Erin LeVoir won two sets before being subbed out. Viktoriya Shumakova swept through three sets in singles and Corineh Ghfafian turned in an unblemished day in singles, as well.
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By Gabriel Rizk | July 26, 2009
GLENDALE — In one of their most successful seasons ever, the Arroyo Seco Saints won the Palomino League Los Angeles Section Tournament and entered Sunday’s semifinal game of the West Zone Regional Tournament against the Ventura Devil Rays hoping to get a shot to advance to the West Zone Tournament. That opportunity was lost, however, as the Saints fell, 6-4, to the Devil Rays at Littleton Field in Ontario. “We played three games [against the Devil Rays in the SoCal Connie Mack League]
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By Charles Rich | February 28, 2009
LONG BEACH — St. Francis High soccer player Amir Moore has developed a sudden knack for scoring dramatic postseason goals, and the forward’s latest effort has St. Francis’ playoff drive still going in full force. Moore scored six minutes into sudden-death overtime to power St. Francis to a 3-2 road victory against Long Beach Jordan on Friday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division I quarterfinal match. St. Francis (16-5-4) will host a semifinal match Tuesday at Friedman Field against second-seeded Millikan, a 1-0 winner over West Torrance.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | February 27, 2009
Senior forward Amir Moore scored on a corner kick play in the 76th minute and senior goalkeeper Jordan Bell did not allow a goal for a second consecutive playoff game as the Golden Knights (14-5-3) defeated Newbury Park, 1-0, at St. Francis’ Friedman Field on Wednesday in the second round of CIF Southern Section I-A playoffs. “He is such an athlete,” St. Francis Head Coach Glen Appels said about Moore’s game-winner. “He got to a ball that was behind him, then in front of him, and he got turned, then he hit it. It was a terrific play.
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