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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 19, 2013
It didn't take long for Garrett Ohara to realize Robert Cartwright was going to be something special on Flintridge Prep's basketball court. The Rebels boys' basketball coach first saw Cartwright, who was first a student in his junior high math class, display his skills on the court about four years ago on a school trip when a group of kids started playing basketball during free time. “I went, 'Oh my goodness, this kid is going to be special,'“ Ohara said of Cartwright, who was a seventh grader at the time.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 4, 2013
After being courted on the national stage by a number of top-level NCAA Division I men's basketball teams, Flintridge Prep point guard Robert Cartwright verbally committed to Stanford University over the phone Wednesday evening. Cartwright's commitment to the Cardinal comes after a strong junior season and busy summer. He became the undisputed leader of the Rebels in 2012-13 and flourished in the role after helping them win a CIF Southern Section Division V-AA crown as a freshman. “Stanford is Stanford, it's an incredible academic school, it's a place I felt very comfortable with the coaches,” said Cartwright, who took an unofficial trip to the school in the spring.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | December 5, 2012
LA CRESCENTA - During his first two seasons with the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team, Robert Cartwright proved he could handle the numerous responsibilities given to him running the offense. This season, Cartwright is looking to have a large impact shaping the Rebels' defense. Cartwright provided a glimpse of his defensive capabilities on Wednesday, as he finished with a game-high seven steals to lead Flintridge Prep to an 88-60 pool-play victory against Sun Valley in the Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
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From Staff Reports | December 10, 2013
BOYS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Prep 88, Cleveland 75: Robert Cartwright had 32 points to lead the Rebels at the Crescenta Valley Tournament on Tuesday evening. Kyle Hamane added 15 points as Flintridge Prep improved to 2-0. The Rebels began their season Monday with a 68-29 win over Los Angeles Jefferson in a pool-play victory in the Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High. Flintridge Prep received 19 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals from Cartwright and seven rebounds from Jake Althouse.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 8, 2014
While he has yet to play a game in 2014, Flintridge Prep's Robert Cartwright nonetheless found himself among elite competition on Tuesday. The senior guard, who has been out since the middle of December with a leg injury, was nominated to participate in the McDonald's All-American Games. Cartwright was one of 984 students - boys and girls - nationwide nominated for the games, which will be held April 2 at Chicago's United Center. “Obviously this is a well-deserved honor for Robert.
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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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| March 24, 2014
For the St. Francis High basketball team, it enjoyed its most successful season in program history. Two of the biggest reasons for the Golden Knights' success came in the form of consistent efforts throughout the season from Kyle Leufroy and Evan Crawford. The duo helped St. Francis advance to the CIF Southern Section Division III-A championship game and the second round of the CIF State tournament. The duo was rewarded for its contributions Monday, when the CIF Southern Section Office unveiled its All-CIF awards.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 10, 2014
LA CAÑADA - Back from a 10-game absence while recovering from a left Achilles injury, Robert Cartwright wasn't sure what kind of performance he might have. The Stanford University-bound Cartwright returned in time Friday night for the Rebels against archrival Pasadena Poly in a Prep League opener for both teams in front of a noisy packed house at Flintridge Prep. It took some time for Cartwright to heat up before sounding off with a top-notch performance in the fourth quarter.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | June 28, 2013
LA CANADA - His coach said his team has a friendly rivalry against Flintridge Prep. St. Francis High forward Markar Agakanian said his teammates see their games against the Rebels as intense contests. The Golden Knights and Rebels did not have much at stake in Friday's summer league game at Flintridge Prep. No league titles. No playoff berths. No season-ending scenarios. Just a summer league game. But both teams were intense, playing a physical game that saw the Golden Knights take an early lead, lose that advantage, and then hit key shots to force overtime, where Agakanian scored all four of his team's points.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com and

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| March 24, 2014
For the St. Francis High basketball team, it enjoyed its most successful season in program history. Two of the biggest reasons for the Golden Knights' success came in the form of consistent efforts throughout the season from Kyle Leufroy and Evan Crawford. The duo helped St. Francis advance to the CIF Southern Section Division III-A championship game and the second round of the CIF State tournament. The duo was rewarded for its contributions Monday, when the CIF Southern Section Office unveiled its All-CIF awards.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | March 21, 2014
If ever the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team was in danger of having its Prep League championship streak snapped, 2014 seemed the year. The Rebels missed multiple starters for large portions of the season, while the Prep League was perhaps as strong as it has been in years with four teams qualifying to the postseason. Yet, despite the hurdles, Flintridge Prep rose to the occasion and captured a seventh straight league title. The Rebels were recognized for their achievements as senior Robert Cartwright was named the league's most valuable player and two additional athletes were picked to the first and second teams.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 10, 2014
LA CAÑADA - Back from a 10-game absence while recovering from a left Achilles injury, Robert Cartwright wasn't sure what kind of performance he might have. The Stanford University-bound Cartwright returned in time Friday night for the Rebels against archrival Pasadena Poly in a Prep League opener for both teams in front of a noisy packed house at Flintridge Prep. It took some time for Cartwright to heat up before sounding off with a top-notch performance in the fourth quarter.
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From Staff Reports | December 10, 2013
BOYS' BASKETBALL Flintridge Prep 88, Cleveland 75: Robert Cartwright had 32 points to lead the Rebels at the Crescenta Valley Tournament on Tuesday evening. Kyle Hamane added 15 points as Flintridge Prep improved to 2-0. The Rebels began their season Monday with a 68-29 win over Los Angeles Jefferson in a pool-play victory in the Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High. Flintridge Prep received 19 points, seven rebounds, six assists and four steals from Cartwright and seven rebounds from Jake Althouse.
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By Andrew Shortall, Special to the Glendale News-Press | November 30, 2013
A history of success follows the Crescenta Valley High and Flintridge Prep boys' basketball teams into the 2013-14 season. Both squads advanced to the semifinals in their respective CIF Southern Section divisions last season and will look to add to their storied programs this year, while St. Francis looks to go where its never been before and Hoover and Glendale aim at playoff runs of their own. CV has a chance to hit the 20-win threshold, reach...
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 4, 2013
After being courted on the national stage by a number of top-level NCAA Division I men's basketball teams, Flintridge Prep point guard Robert Cartwright verbally committed to Stanford University over the phone Wednesday evening. Cartwright's commitment to the Cardinal comes after a strong junior season and busy summer. He became the undisputed leader of the Rebels in 2012-13 and flourished in the role after helping them win a CIF Southern Section Division V-AA crown as a freshman. “Stanford is Stanford, it's an incredible academic school, it's a place I felt very comfortable with the coaches,” said Cartwright, who took an unofficial trip to the school in the spring.
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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 Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the News-Press | June 28, 2013
LA CANADA - His coach said his team has a friendly rivalry against Flintridge Prep. St. Francis High forward Markar Agakanian said his teammates see their games against the Rebels as intense contests. The Golden Knights and Rebels did not have much at stake in Friday's summer league game at Flintridge Prep. No league titles. No playoff berths. No season-ending scenarios. Just a summer league game. But both teams were intense, playing a physical game that saw the Golden Knights take an early lead, lose that advantage, and then hit key shots to force overtime, where Agakanian scored all four of his team's points.
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By Peter Madden | April 7, 2013
Before we close the books on the 2012-13 basketball and soccer seasons, let's take a look at our latest round of All-Area selections and recognize a few more athletes - a trio of talented point guards in particular - who earned league honors this week. Having been voted the 2013 All-Area Boys' Basketball Player of the Year by our staff of writers and editors , Crescenta Valley's senior point guard  Cole Currie was named Pacific League co-MVP with Pasadena's UTEP-bound shooting guard Andre Spight . Currie averaged 19.6 points, five assists and 4.5 rebounds per game, leading the Falcons to a second place finish in league play.
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