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January 31, 2004
Charles Rich He noticed a developing pattern, and made sure that all things would be equal. So La Canada High boys' soccer player Evan El-Saden figured he'd put his best foot forward to deliver arguably La Canada's biggest goal of the season after he missed a penalty shot 15 minutes earlier. El-Saden scored with nine minutes left to give the host Spartans a 1-1 tie in a Rio Hondo League match Friday. The Spartans (8-2-6, 3-0-3 in league) remained deadlocked with Temple City (7-6-3, 3-0-3)
NEWS
January 11, 2002
Erik Boal PASADENA -- Flintridge Prep had a little trouble getting its offense started and Pasadena Poly had a tough time finishing on a number of quality chances around the net. But in the race to determine the frontrunner for the Prep League girls' soccer title, Thursday's match at Pasadena Poly's Babcock Field came down to which team had the final kick. Penalty kick, that is. Hayley Hunt's penalty shot in the 76th minute, combined with Molly Quinn's insurance goal three minutes later, lifted Pasadena Poly to a 2-0 win, but not without providing a few anxious moments for first-year Coach Becky Gill along the way. "This team is going to give me gray hairs and I'm only 23," said Gill, whose squad battled to a scoreless tie with the Rebels in the teams' first meeting Dec. 18 and appeared headed toward another 0-0 result Thursday.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 27, 2013
NEWHALL - Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer Coach Grant Clark could sense a bit of uneasiness while watching his team protect a late lead. Throughout the majority of their pool-play match against Granada Hills in the Hart Tournament on Friday, the Falcons had no trouble generating good scoring chances. Unfortunately for the Falcons, they couldn't capitalize on their opportunities and didn't protect a slim one-goal lead in the second half. Crescenta Valley's Jason Winicki and Granada Hills' Eddie Leon swapped goals in a 1-1 tie. “We played well, but we never found a way to get that second goal,” Clark said.
NEWS
July 19, 2001
Sang Lee BURBANK -- Considering the players that took the field for Hoover High on Wednesday's High School Soccer Summer League match against Burroughs, Coach Mark Rubio wasn't all that let down when his team lost 2-1 to a late-match penalty kick. "If anyone's putting emphasis on summer matches, it's ridiculous," Rubio said. "Most of the times, there aren't full teams because guys are playing club and have jobs." And that was the case for the Tornadoes as it was missing two of its key players in Argeen Nazarian and Agustin Park.
NEWS
December 20, 2001
Charles Rich LA CRESCENTA -- They weren't comfortable on their home field. Playing their first home match this season, the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team played the role of gracious hosts in a 4-1 nonleague loss to Westlake on Wednesday. The Falcons (3-5-1) were humbled by several faults, which included giving up the first goal of a match and yielding a last-minute tally in a half. It wasn't a plan that CV Coach Reggie Rivas envisioned.
NEWS
February 19, 2005
Charles Rich Covered by mud from head to toe, it was hard to determine if the members of the Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team had spent 80 minutes competing or navigating their way through a Florida swamp. Rain that pelted the area throughout Thursday and Friday left the Flintridge Prep field covered with mud and large puddles. Those normally aren't the perfect conditions for a team known for its speed. Flintridge Prep managed to adjust to the conditions during a 4-0 victory against Rio Mesa in a CIF Southern Section Division IVA first-round match Friday.
NEWS
September 10, 2003
Charles Rich They escaped from a week in offensive dehydration. Scoring goals hasn't come easy for the Glendale Community College men's soccer team, which failed to register a goal in its first two matches of the season. GCC finally ended its skid Tuesday as Marcos Valdivia scored early in the second half to power the Vaqueros to a 1-0 nonconference victory against Rio Hondo College at the Glendale Sports Complex. -- BOX SCORE -- -- Rio Hondo 0 0 -- 0 GCC 0 1 -- 1 -- -- RIO HONDO COLLEGE Saves: Alvarez 3, Old 3. Cards: Barba (yellow, 33rd minute)
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 9, 2013
GLENDALE - Call it a lesson learned for the Hoover High boys' soccer team. Just after it scored a tying goal and a stalemate seemed all but certain, Hoover instantly became vulnerable. PHOTOS: Hoover vs. Blair non-league boys' soccer Hoover yielded a winning goal with less than two minutes remaining and suffered a 2-1 nonleague home defeat against Blair on Monday afternoon. “We just learned a lesson,” said Hoover first-year Coach Basile Pagourtzis, who saw the Tornadoes tie the match on a penalty shot by Artin Almary in the 77th minute.
NEWS
November 2, 2004
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' 14-AND-UNDER Red Rockettes 2, Glow Chicks 0: Madison Bernhardt and Camilla Botero each scored a goal to ignite the Red Rockettes. Sammy Springer, Brittany Bagheri, Bailey Bagheri, Nilomi Shah, Catherine Schetina, Jacky Springer, Jessica Gabrielian, Karley Carillo, Aesha Shah, Rosie Vanegas and Alwyn Haleen played well for the Red Rockettes. Glow Sticks 1, Red Hot Chili Peppers 1: Lindsey Kopic scored for the Glow Sticks, which received good efforts from Christina Baghdasarian, Miranda Aguire and Julia Klein.
NEWS
January 31, 2002
Mirjam Swanson SOUTHEAST GLENDALE -- Everybody left this party happy. On a clear blue Wednesday, in front of a large gathering of supporters, the Glendale High girls' water polo team hosted crosstown rival Hoover in a Pacific League match, beat the Tornadoes 11-5, and held their breath in hopes that the win would earn a spot in the league playoffs beginning Tuesday. Meanwhile, about 11 miles east, Muir was beating Pasadena, and ensuring the Nitros a place in the tournament.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | February 21, 2014
LA CAÑADA - For somebody who had never experienced a penalty-kick session, Lauren Stiles appeared rather calm standing on the goal line looking to keep her team's postseason hopes alive. Stiles, a sophomore goalkeeper for the burgeoning Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team, accepted the encounter before turning in a heroic performance which led to her being embraced by her teammates. PHOTOS: Flintridge Prep beats Malibu with a 2-2 (2-1) victory Stiles stopped four penalty kicks and Kaitlin Liston scored the game-winning penalty kick to lead host Flintridge Prep to a 2-2 (2-1)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 27, 2013
NEWHALL - Crescenta Valley High boys' soccer Coach Grant Clark could sense a bit of uneasiness while watching his team protect a late lead. Throughout the majority of their pool-play match against Granada Hills in the Hart Tournament on Friday, the Falcons had no trouble generating good scoring chances. Unfortunately for the Falcons, they couldn't capitalize on their opportunities and didn't protect a slim one-goal lead in the second half. Crescenta Valley's Jason Winicki and Granada Hills' Eddie Leon swapped goals in a 1-1 tie. “We played well, but we never found a way to get that second goal,” Clark said.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 9, 2013
GLENDALE - Call it a lesson learned for the Hoover High boys' soccer team. Just after it scored a tying goal and a stalemate seemed all but certain, Hoover instantly became vulnerable. PHOTOS: Hoover vs. Blair non-league boys' soccer Hoover yielded a winning goal with less than two minutes remaining and suffered a 2-1 nonleague home defeat against Blair on Monday afternoon. “We just learned a lesson,” said Hoover first-year Coach Basile Pagourtzis, who saw the Tornadoes tie the match on a penalty shot by Artin Almary in the 77th minute.
NEWS
By: Matt Lewis | October 5, 2005
Costa Mesa High's boys water polo team played a decent first half Tuesday. Then, it turned the third period into shooting practice as if Santa Ana wasn't even in the pool. The Mustangs scored the first two goals of the match in opening 44 seconds by senior Kyle Thorsness on assists from Sam Edman and Nick Fisk as Mesa coasted to a 20-9 Golden West League win. Later in the first period, Thorsness added two additional goals. Santa Ana, down 4-0, scored its first goal at 1:45.
NEWS
February 19, 2005
Charles Rich Covered by mud from head to toe, it was hard to determine if the members of the Flintridge Prep girls' soccer team had spent 80 minutes competing or navigating their way through a Florida swamp. Rain that pelted the area throughout Thursday and Friday left the Flintridge Prep field covered with mud and large puddles. Those normally aren't the perfect conditions for a team known for its speed. Flintridge Prep managed to adjust to the conditions during a 4-0 victory against Rio Mesa in a CIF Southern Section Division IVA first-round match Friday.
NEWS
November 2, 2004
AYSO REGION 88 GIRLS' 14-AND-UNDER Red Rockettes 2, Glow Chicks 0: Madison Bernhardt and Camilla Botero each scored a goal to ignite the Red Rockettes. Sammy Springer, Brittany Bagheri, Bailey Bagheri, Nilomi Shah, Catherine Schetina, Jacky Springer, Jessica Gabrielian, Karley Carillo, Aesha Shah, Rosie Vanegas and Alwyn Haleen played well for the Red Rockettes. Glow Sticks 1, Red Hot Chili Peppers 1: Lindsey Kopic scored for the Glow Sticks, which received good efforts from Christina Baghdasarian, Miranda Aguire and Julia Klein.
NEWS
January 31, 2004
Charles Rich He noticed a developing pattern, and made sure that all things would be equal. So La Canada High boys' soccer player Evan El-Saden figured he'd put his best foot forward to deliver arguably La Canada's biggest goal of the season after he missed a penalty shot 15 minutes earlier. El-Saden scored with nine minutes left to give the host Spartans a 1-1 tie in a Rio Hondo League match Friday. The Spartans (8-2-6, 3-0-3 in league) remained deadlocked with Temple City (7-6-3, 3-0-3)
NEWS
December 30, 2003
Charles Rich Its old bugaboo showed up for a second consecutive year. A lack of offensive production prevented the Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team from winning the Hart High Holiday Soccer Classic, this time against Valencia. CV surrendered three second-half goals Monday in a 3-0 loss to the Vikings in the tournament's championship match at Newhall Hart High. -- BOX SCORE -- -- Valencia 0 3 -- 3 Crescenta Valley 0 0 -- 0 -- -- VALENCIA Link (penalty kick, 59th minute)
NEWS
September 10, 2003
Charles Rich They escaped from a week in offensive dehydration. Scoring goals hasn't come easy for the Glendale Community College men's soccer team, which failed to register a goal in its first two matches of the season. GCC finally ended its skid Tuesday as Marcos Valdivia scored early in the second half to power the Vaqueros to a 1-0 nonconference victory against Rio Hondo College at the Glendale Sports Complex. -- BOX SCORE -- -- Rio Hondo 0 0 -- 0 GCC 0 1 -- 1 -- -- RIO HONDO COLLEGE Saves: Alvarez 3, Old 3. Cards: Barba (yellow, 33rd minute)
NEWS
July 16, 2002
Erik Boal The Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer team concluded its summer tournament schedule in grand fashion Sunday, posting a 1-0 victory against South Torrance to capture the championship in the 14th annual San Marcos Summer Classic at UC Santa Barbara. The Falcons (11-0 for the summer, 5-0 in the tournament) had to win three matches Sunday to take home the title, battling competition from all around Southern California and the 90-plus degree heat that was registered at match time for both their semifinal and final contests.
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