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July 20, 2001
Charles Rich NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- When Sherman Oaks Notre Dame baseball Coach Tom Dill checked the schedule Monday, he figured his team would face St. Francis High on Thursday. It never materialized because St. Francis qualified for the Connie Mack Tournament -- which began Thursday night in Burbank -- forcing Notre Dame to find another opponent. Notre Dame took advantage of its new foe to post a 9-1 victory against Pacific Hills at Stengel Field.
SPORTS
By Jonathan Raber | December 22, 2006
BURBANK — By the time the buzzer sounded, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team's energy level was on empty. Playing their fourth game in as many nights with a shallow bench, the Tologs were unable to keep up with Pacific Hills, falling, 67-39, on Thursday in the championship game of the 10th annual Providence Pioneer Shootout. "We ran out of gas," said Tologs Coach Richard Caballero, whose team suffered a loss in the final game of a tournament for the second time in less than two weeks after they succumbed to South Pasadena, 63-52, in the Poly Basketball Tournament on Dec. 9. "We were looking for something, it just wasn't there."
NEWS
December 22, 2004
BOYS' BASKETBALL St. Francis 71, Salesian 28: Chris Johnson had 21 points and Kevin Peterson added eight points and 12 rebounds, as the Golden Knights (6-0) won their pool-play game of the Downey Calvary Chapel Tournament on Tuesday. The Golden Knights held a 36-14 lead at halftime. St. Francis 51, Malibu 39: Kevin Peterson led the Golden Knights with 17 points in a pool-play game of the Downey Calvary Chapel Tournament on Monday. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 37, Pacific Hills 35: Arielle Orona scored a game-high 13 points to spark the Tologs past Pacific Hills, the defending CIF Southern Section Division IVA champion, in a first-round game of the Providence Tournament on Monday.
NEWS
June 15, 2001
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- What could you say about a game pairing two teams going in completely opposite directions? Thursday's Mickey Mantle League game between Pacific Hills and St. Francis began as contest pairing two unevenly matched teams and it looked that way for the duration of the two-hour, 10-minute game. Pacific Hills was suspect on defense and St. Francis, composed of 15 players, took full advantage of a weak Bruin pitching staff to run away with a 20-7 victory at Stengel Field.
NEWS
July 7, 2001
Peter Samore NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- It may have been an upset, but St. Francis dashed Pacific Hills hopes Friday night. Looking for their fourth win of the summer, the Bruins jumped out to a four-run lead after four innings. However, the Golden Knights came back with four runs in fifth -- thanks in part to back-to-back doubles -- to tie the score. St. Francis completed the comeback with two runs in the seventh to beat Pacific Hills, 9-7, in a Mickey Mantle League baseball game at Stengel Field.
SPORTS
January 25, 2007
TODAY GIRLS' SOCCER   Holy Family at San Gabriel Mission, 3:30 p.m.   GIRLS' WATER POLO     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame vs. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Flintridge Prep, 3 p.m.     Glendale at Beckman, 3:15 p.m.   GIRLS' BASKETBALL     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 7...
NEWS
June 1, 2001
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Repetition and fundamentals. Can't get enough of it. Participating in the Mickey Mantle League throughout the summer, St. Francis High baseball Coach Matt Young will treat each game as more of a spring training practice than an actual contest, the Golden Knights will work on the basics in preparation for the 2001-2002 season. Five St. Francis pitchers combined for a two-hitter as the Golden Knights posted a 8-2 victory against Pacific Hills on Thursday at Stengel Field in the first game of their summer Mantle League schedule.
SPORTS
July 13, 2007
BURBANK — Don't tell the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team that summer losses don't sting. Moments after suffering a 40-37 defeat to Pacific Hills on a buzzer-beating three-pointer in a Providence High Summer League contest, a visibly upset Falcons Coach Jason Perez let his frustrations be known. Included in those frustrations was his team's inability to make easy close-range baskets down the stretch, while Pacific Hills continued to hit multiple low-percentage shots to creep back into the game.
NEWS
June 6, 2001
Peter Samore NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- It could have been much closer, but poor defensive play enabled one team to run away with Tuesday's Mickey Mantle League baseball contest. Pacific Hills Coach John Yakel knew that to be the case. His squad committed 10 errors, six in the seventh inning, and enabled the Calabasas Wildcats to win easily, 10-2, at Stengel Field. "We're not really offensive, but our goal is to improve our defense," Yakel said.
NEWS
February 20, 2001
When the CIF Southern Section basketball pairings were announced Feb. 11, postseason bids were extended to 15 local teams which either automatically qualified or received an at-large berth. After a long day spent by myself and colleague Hamlet Nalbandyan at Gahr High in Cerritos, the predictions, research and second-guessing began. Which team was dealt the most favorable draw, which squad has the best chance of advancing the furthest, and which group might be this year's Cinderella?
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July 13, 2007
BURBANK — Don't tell the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team that summer losses don't sting. Moments after suffering a 40-37 defeat to Pacific Hills on a buzzer-beating three-pointer in a Providence High Summer League contest, a visibly upset Falcons Coach Jason Perez let his frustrations be known. Included in those frustrations was his team's inability to make easy close-range baskets down the stretch, while Pacific Hills continued to hit multiple low-percentage shots to creep back into the game.
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SPORTS
January 25, 2007
TODAY GIRLS' SOCCER   Holy Family at San Gabriel Mission, 3:30 p.m.   GIRLS' WATER POLO     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame vs. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy at Flintridge Prep, 3 p.m.     Glendale at Beckman, 3:15 p.m.   GIRLS' BASKETBALL     Sherman Oaks Notre Dame at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 7...
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By Jonathan Raber | December 22, 2006
BURBANK — By the time the buzzer sounded, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy basketball team's energy level was on empty. Playing their fourth game in as many nights with a shallow bench, the Tologs were unable to keep up with Pacific Hills, falling, 67-39, on Thursday in the championship game of the 10th annual Providence Pioneer Shootout. "We ran out of gas," said Tologs Coach Richard Caballero, whose team suffered a loss in the final game of a tournament for the second time in less than two weeks after they succumbed to South Pasadena, 63-52, in the Poly Basketball Tournament on Dec. 9. "We were looking for something, it just wasn't there."
NEWS
December 22, 2004
BOYS' BASKETBALL St. Francis 71, Salesian 28: Chris Johnson had 21 points and Kevin Peterson added eight points and 12 rebounds, as the Golden Knights (6-0) won their pool-play game of the Downey Calvary Chapel Tournament on Tuesday. The Golden Knights held a 36-14 lead at halftime. St. Francis 51, Malibu 39: Kevin Peterson led the Golden Knights with 17 points in a pool-play game of the Downey Calvary Chapel Tournament on Monday. GIRLS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 37, Pacific Hills 35: Arielle Orona scored a game-high 13 points to spark the Tologs past Pacific Hills, the defending CIF Southern Section Division IVA champion, in a first-round game of the Providence Tournament on Monday.
NEWS
July 20, 2001
Charles Rich NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- When Sherman Oaks Notre Dame baseball Coach Tom Dill checked the schedule Monday, he figured his team would face St. Francis High on Thursday. It never materialized because St. Francis qualified for the Connie Mack Tournament -- which began Thursday night in Burbank -- forcing Notre Dame to find another opponent. Notre Dame took advantage of its new foe to post a 9-1 victory against Pacific Hills at Stengel Field.
NEWS
July 7, 2001
Peter Samore NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- It may have been an upset, but St. Francis dashed Pacific Hills hopes Friday night. Looking for their fourth win of the summer, the Bruins jumped out to a four-run lead after four innings. However, the Golden Knights came back with four runs in fifth -- thanks in part to back-to-back doubles -- to tie the score. St. Francis completed the comeback with two runs in the seventh to beat Pacific Hills, 9-7, in a Mickey Mantle League baseball game at Stengel Field.
NEWS
July 2, 2001
Jeff Smith NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- In all the years Jeff Bennett has been around the game of baseball, first as a player and now as a coach, he has seen his fair share of talented athletes. But none quite like Harvard-Westlake High shortstop/pitcher J.C. Sepolveda. "J.C. is hands down the best player I've ever seen play," Harvard-Westlake Coach Bennett said. "Nobody's quicker than him. He's got all the tools. "Honestly, he should go to the show.
NEWS
June 15, 2001
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- What could you say about a game pairing two teams going in completely opposite directions? Thursday's Mickey Mantle League game between Pacific Hills and St. Francis began as contest pairing two unevenly matched teams and it looked that way for the duration of the two-hour, 10-minute game. Pacific Hills was suspect on defense and St. Francis, composed of 15 players, took full advantage of a weak Bruin pitching staff to run away with a 20-7 victory at Stengel Field.
NEWS
June 6, 2001
Peter Samore NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- It could have been much closer, but poor defensive play enabled one team to run away with Tuesday's Mickey Mantle League baseball contest. Pacific Hills Coach John Yakel knew that to be the case. His squad committed 10 errors, six in the seventh inning, and enabled the Calabasas Wildcats to win easily, 10-2, at Stengel Field. "We're not really offensive, but our goal is to improve our defense," Yakel said.
NEWS
June 1, 2001
Edgar Melik-Stepanyan NORTHEAST GLENDALE -- Repetition and fundamentals. Can't get enough of it. Participating in the Mickey Mantle League throughout the summer, St. Francis High baseball Coach Matt Young will treat each game as more of a spring training practice than an actual contest, the Golden Knights will work on the basics in preparation for the 2001-2002 season. Five St. Francis pitchers combined for a two-hitter as the Golden Knights posted a 8-2 victory against Pacific Hills on Thursday at Stengel Field in the first game of their summer Mantle League schedule.
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