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November 29, 2003
Erik Boal T.C. Scotton didn't have to be reminded that he was held to 57 yards in 13 carries and no touchdowns in Flintridge Prep's first meeting with the North Hollywood Campbell Hall football team. The senior tailback ran with the type of purpose and determination Friday night to make sure he surpassed those numbers by halftime. Scotton amassed 113 yards in 32 carries and scored all four Rebel touchdowns, as Flintridge Prep defeated the host Vikings for the second time this season with a 27-14 victory in its CIF Southern Section Division XIII quarterfinal game at Van Nuys Birmingham High.
NEWS
December 2, 2003
FLINTRIDGE PREP 27, CAMPBELL HALL 14 -- Flintridge Prep 7 13 0 7 -- 27 Campbell Hall 3 3 0 8 -- 14 -- FIRST QUARTER CH-Breecker 25 field goal 7:26 FP-Scotton 4 run (Gadel kick) 2:27 SECOND QUARTER FP-Scotton 7 run (Gadel kick) 10:33 CH-Breecker 29 field goal 6:23 FP-Scotton 3 run (kick failed) 0:34 FOURTH QUARTER FP-Scotton 11 run (Gadel kick) 11:54 CH-Kirschner 51 run (Munoz run) 7:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Flintridge Prep -- Scotton 32-113, 4 TD (4, 7, 3, 11 yards)
NEWS
December 26, 2003
Erik Boal After the dust settled Dec. 13 on South Pasadena High's Roosevelt Field, and the celebration -- or at least the initial part of it -- had concluded for the Flintridge Prep faithful, a member of the Rebel football team emerged from the locker room wearing an oversized sweatshirt and baggy jeans. By talking with T.C. Scotton, you wouldn't have known that only 45 minutes before, he had just put the finishing touches on one of the great performances in his two-year varsity career, in one of the biggest games in the program's 57-year history.
NEWS
December 8, 2003
FIRST QUARTER -- Marshall 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Flintridge Prep 7 6 0 13 -- 26 -- FP-Ouchi 54 pass from Sarkissian (Li kick) 9:07 SECOND QUARTER FP-Li 38 field goal 1:26 FP-Li 41 field goal 0:00 FOURTH QUARTER FP-Scotton 3 run (Li kick) 11:55 FP-Sherman 1 run (run failed) 4:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Marshall -- Clark 12-46. Galbreath 3-13. Wilcox 1-(-6). Ray 11-(-35). Flintridge Prep -- Scotton 22-92, 1 TD (3 yards)
NEWS
January 22, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan The CIF Southern Section released its 2003 All-CIF football teams Wednesday, and to no one's surprise, the Division XIII list had plenty of Flintridge Prep representation. The Rebels, who capped a 12-1 campaign by defeating Pasadena Poly, 17-10, for the division crown, had eight players selected to the team. And best of all, the three most high-profile honors went to Rebels. Senior running back T.C. Scotton was named the division's Offensive Player of the Year after a record-setting season.
NEWS
By: Grant Gordon | August 26, 2005
Accolades and good fortune continue to find minor league pitcher Jason Hirsh. The 2000 St. Francis High graduate and Burbank resident, who is now playing for the double-A Corpus Christi Hooks in the Houston Astros organization, was recently named 2005 Texas League Pitcher of the Year, as voted by league managers, broadcasters and sports writers. Hirsh was therefore also named to the league's postseason all-star team and had previously played in the Texas League All-Star game.
NEWS
November 3, 2003
Erik Boal A little bit of trickery, a lot of T.C. Scotton and a whole lot of defensive pressure helped the Flintridge Prep football team return to its winning ways Saturday night. And, in doing so, the Rebels sent a message to the rest of the programs in CIF Southern Section Division XIII that they don't plan on going away any time soon. After suffering its first setback of the season Oct. 25 to top-ranked Pasadena Poly, No. 4 Flintridge Prep bounced back in a big way against No. 2 Arcadia Rio Hondo Prep, receiving 178 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Scotton, and recording another score on a fake punt to cruise to a 41-0 Prep League road victory.
NEWS
September 15, 2003
Erik Boal For a football team that returned eight offensive starters, the start of Flintridge Prep's season was anything but impressive against San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret's. In 11 first-quarter plays, the Rebels amassed just 27 yards of total offense and only one first down, resulting in a scoreless opening 12 minutes Saturday night at Duarte High. Unfortunately for the visiting Tartans, Flintridge Prep did plenty to impress the crowd in its next 22 plays, recording 238 yards and seven first downs.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan Think filling T.C. Scotton's shoes is going to be tough? Well, how about the others? Because, after all, there were many great Rebel ball carriers before Scotton burst onto the scene in 2002. Rushers like Omar Dittu, the school's all-time career rushing leader, and John Sharpe, who, as a quarterback, led the area in rushing in 2001 with 1,378 yards, even with Dittu playing in his backfield. Those are just some of the shadows Wes Ouchi will be chasing this season.
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By Grant Gordon | November 2, 2006
The following are updates on area athletes at the collegiate level. Ramses Barden (Flintridge Prep, 2004) sophomore receiver, Cal San Luis Obispo football: Barden, and the Mustangs, continued a banner 2006 campaign on Saturday.   The Mustangs, ranked sixth in NCAA Division I-AA, defeated Division I school San Diego State, 16-14, on the strength of kicker Nick Coronelas' 37-yard field goal with 1:50 left in the game. Barden had a team-high three catches for 80 yards, including his fifth touchdown reception of the season — a 28-yarder from Matt Brennan that cut San Diego State's lead to 14-10 just before halftime.
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NEWS
By: Grant Gordon | August 26, 2005
Accolades and good fortune continue to find minor league pitcher Jason Hirsh. The 2000 St. Francis High graduate and Burbank resident, who is now playing for the double-A Corpus Christi Hooks in the Houston Astros organization, was recently named 2005 Texas League Pitcher of the Year, as voted by league managers, broadcasters and sports writers. Hirsh was therefore also named to the league's postseason all-star team and had previously played in the Texas League All-Star game.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan Think filling T.C. Scotton's shoes is going to be tough? Well, how about the others? Because, after all, there were many great Rebel ball carriers before Scotton burst onto the scene in 2002. Rushers like Omar Dittu, the school's all-time career rushing leader, and John Sharpe, who, as a quarterback, led the area in rushing in 2001 with 1,378 yards, even with Dittu playing in his backfield. Those are just some of the shadows Wes Ouchi will be chasing this season.
NEWS
July 27, 2004
EDGAR MELIK- STEPANYAN It's choreographed, comical and hilarious. It's pro wrestling. You love it or hate it. In my case, I love it to the point where I have a collection of World Wrestling Entertainment, and the now-defunct World Championship Wrestling videotapes dating back to 1988. Let's just say I have too many videos to count. So, what does any of this have to do with high school sports? Well, high school sports aren't fake or laughable, but they are fun, and bring out the kid in me, just like wrestling does.
NEWS
January 22, 2004
Hamlet Nalbandyan The CIF Southern Section released its 2003 All-CIF football teams Wednesday, and to no one's surprise, the Division XIII list had plenty of Flintridge Prep representation. The Rebels, who capped a 12-1 campaign by defeating Pasadena Poly, 17-10, for the division crown, had eight players selected to the team. And best of all, the three most high-profile honors went to Rebels. Senior running back T.C. Scotton was named the division's Offensive Player of the Year after a record-setting season.
NEWS
December 26, 2003
Erik Boal After the dust settled Dec. 13 on South Pasadena High's Roosevelt Field, and the celebration -- or at least the initial part of it -- had concluded for the Flintridge Prep faithful, a member of the Rebel football team emerged from the locker room wearing an oversized sweatshirt and baggy jeans. By talking with T.C. Scotton, you wouldn't have known that only 45 minutes before, he had just put the finishing touches on one of the great performances in his two-year varsity career, in one of the biggest games in the program's 57-year history.
NEWS
December 8, 2003
FIRST QUARTER -- Marshall 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Flintridge Prep 7 6 0 13 -- 26 -- FP-Ouchi 54 pass from Sarkissian (Li kick) 9:07 SECOND QUARTER FP-Li 38 field goal 1:26 FP-Li 41 field goal 0:00 FOURTH QUARTER FP-Scotton 3 run (Li kick) 11:55 FP-Sherman 1 run (run failed) 4:57 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Marshall -- Clark 12-46. Galbreath 3-13. Wilcox 1-(-6). Ray 11-(-35). Flintridge Prep -- Scotton 22-92, 1 TD (3 yards)
NEWS
December 2, 2003
FLINTRIDGE PREP 27, CAMPBELL HALL 14 -- Flintridge Prep 7 13 0 7 -- 27 Campbell Hall 3 3 0 8 -- 14 -- FIRST QUARTER CH-Breecker 25 field goal 7:26 FP-Scotton 4 run (Gadel kick) 2:27 SECOND QUARTER FP-Scotton 7 run (Gadel kick) 10:33 CH-Breecker 29 field goal 6:23 FP-Scotton 3 run (kick failed) 0:34 FOURTH QUARTER FP-Scotton 11 run (Gadel kick) 11:54 CH-Kirschner 51 run (Munoz run) 7:02 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING: Flintridge Prep -- Scotton 32-113, 4 TD (4, 7, 3, 11 yards)
NEWS
November 29, 2003
Erik Boal T.C. Scotton didn't have to be reminded that he was held to 57 yards in 13 carries and no touchdowns in Flintridge Prep's first meeting with the North Hollywood Campbell Hall football team. The senior tailback ran with the type of purpose and determination Friday night to make sure he surpassed those numbers by halftime. Scotton amassed 113 yards in 32 carries and scored all four Rebel touchdowns, as Flintridge Prep defeated the host Vikings for the second time this season with a 27-14 victory in its CIF Southern Section Division XIII quarterfinal game at Van Nuys Birmingham High.
NEWS
November 3, 2003
Erik Boal A little bit of trickery, a lot of T.C. Scotton and a whole lot of defensive pressure helped the Flintridge Prep football team return to its winning ways Saturday night. And, in doing so, the Rebels sent a message to the rest of the programs in CIF Southern Section Division XIII that they don't plan on going away any time soon. After suffering its first setback of the season Oct. 25 to top-ranked Pasadena Poly, No. 4 Flintridge Prep bounced back in a big way against No. 2 Arcadia Rio Hondo Prep, receiving 178 rushing yards and two touchdowns from Scotton, and recording another score on a fake punt to cruise to a 41-0 Prep League road victory.
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