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By Gabriel Rizk | May 11, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE ? Lest anyone had forgotten that the defending Pacific League champions weren?t out of the hunt just yet, the Crescenta Valley baseball team has been busy over the month of May reminding its competition that the chase for the league title is far from over. Going back to the first of the month, the Falcons have strung together wins against the same three teams that sent them spiraling into a three-game skid and under .500 in league as of April 3. Wins over Burroughs, Pasadena and now Burbank, 7-5, on Saturday night at Stengel Field, have catapulted Crescenta Valley (14-7, 8-3 in league)
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By Charles Rich | May 6, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — In need of a victory that would at least temporarily break a deadlock for fourth place in the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley High pitcher Sean Elliott stepped up to the task. The senior right-hander needed to be at his best, and he passed all tests to give the Falcons a bit of breathing room. Elliott allowed two hits and struck out five in six innings Tuesday night to propel Crescenta Valley to a 5-0 league win against visiting Pasadena at Stengel Field.
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By Grant Gordon | May 22, 2009
Third-place Pacific League finishes and wild-card postseason games are certainly something the Crescenta Valley High baseball team is not accustomed to. And, while the Falcons might have struggled by program standards this season, on Tuesday, they did, in fact, prove they still belong in the postseason. Behind a steady stream of contributions from all over the diamond, Crescenta Valley held off host Righetti for a 5-4 victory in a CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card game.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 28, 2009
PASADENA ? The Crescenta Valley High baseball team flirted with disaster throughout Friday afternoon?s Pacific League game at Pasadena High, but time and again came away unharmed. A shaky seventh inning, however, provided too much temptation for fate to resist. The Bulldogs pushed across two unearned runs on a two-out single by Nathan Bernstein, the only base hit in a nightmare frame that featured two errors and a dropped third strike, to wrap up a 3-2 come-from behind walk-off victory and hand the Falcons their first league loss of the year.
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By Grant Gordon | March 21, 2008
Crescenta Valley High relief pitcher Sean Elliott thought he?d get some work in on Tuesday afternoon, but he had no inclination that he?d be called on in the second inning. Elliott pitched a clutch six innings for the Falcons and, along with the hot bat of Lonnie Kauppila, propelled the Falcons to a Pacific League victory, as they staved off an inspired Glendale squad, 7-2, at Glendale High. ?Sean saved us today,? said Kauppila, who went two for three with three runs batted in, a run and a walk.
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By Dylan Kruse | April 9, 2008
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — Solid pitching and timely hitting have been key for the Crescenta Valley High baseball team during the nine-game winning streak the Falcons brought into Tuesday’s Pacific League bout against Burbank. Those key ingredients were present at Stengel Field, but unfortunately for the Falcons, it was the visiting team that used them to pull out a victory. Burbank starter Justin Rivas and reliever Ben Levitt combined to limit Crescenta Valley to just one earned run and six hits en route to a 4-2 upset of the Pacific League-leading Falcons.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 11, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Garrett Salzman (St. Francis High, 2008) senior, Macalester College baseball: A hot start to the season continues for Salzman, who went two for three with his first home run and two runs batted in out of the designated hitter spot to help the Scots open a doubleheader on Tuesday with a 6-5 win over Bethel. He returned to go two for three with a run and a RBI in the nightcap, a 5-4 win. With the sweep, Macalester (16-11)
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | May 29, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Noteware (Glendale Community College, 2011) junior, Lewis-Clark State baseball: Noteware's Warriors had their season ended in heartbreaking fashion on Monday when top-seeded Louisiana State University Shreveport's Devin Greco hit a walk-off grand slam for a 7-3 win over sixth-seeded Lewis-Clark in a loser's bracket elimination game of the NAIA World Series....
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | May 29, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Michael Noteware (Glendale Community College, 2011) junior, Lewis-Clark State baseball: Noteware's Warriors had their season ended in heartbreaking fashion on Monday when top-seeded Louisiana State University Shreveport's Devin Greco hit a walk-off grand slam for a 7-3 win over sixth-seeded Lewis-Clark in a loser's bracket elimination game of the NAIA World Series....
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 11, 2012
The following are updates on local athletes at the collegiate level. Garrett Salzman (St. Francis High, 2008) senior, Macalester College baseball: A hot start to the season continues for Salzman, who went two for three with his first home run and two runs batted in out of the designated hitter spot to help the Scots open a doubleheader on Tuesday with a 6-5 win over Bethel. He returned to go two for three with a run and a RBI in the nightcap, a 5-4 win. With the sweep, Macalester (16-11)
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By Grant Gordon | May 22, 2009
Third-place Pacific League finishes and wild-card postseason games are certainly something the Crescenta Valley High baseball team is not accustomed to. And, while the Falcons might have struggled by program standards this season, on Tuesday, they did, in fact, prove they still belong in the postseason. Behind a steady stream of contributions from all over the diamond, Crescenta Valley held off host Righetti for a 5-4 victory in a CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card game.
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By Gabriel Rizk | May 11, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE ? Lest anyone had forgotten that the defending Pacific League champions weren?t out of the hunt just yet, the Crescenta Valley baseball team has been busy over the month of May reminding its competition that the chase for the league title is far from over. Going back to the first of the month, the Falcons have strung together wins against the same three teams that sent them spiraling into a three-game skid and under .500 in league as of April 3. Wins over Burroughs, Pasadena and now Burbank, 7-5, on Saturday night at Stengel Field, have catapulted Crescenta Valley (14-7, 8-3 in league)
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By Charles Rich | May 6, 2009
NORTHEAST GLENDALE — In need of a victory that would at least temporarily break a deadlock for fourth place in the Pacific League, Crescenta Valley High pitcher Sean Elliott stepped up to the task. The senior right-hander needed to be at his best, and he passed all tests to give the Falcons a bit of breathing room. Elliott allowed two hits and struck out five in six innings Tuesday night to propel Crescenta Valley to a 5-0 league win against visiting Pasadena at Stengel Field.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 28, 2009
PASADENA ? The Crescenta Valley High baseball team flirted with disaster throughout Friday afternoon?s Pacific League game at Pasadena High, but time and again came away unharmed. A shaky seventh inning, however, provided too much temptation for fate to resist. The Bulldogs pushed across two unearned runs on a two-out single by Nathan Bernstein, the only base hit in a nightmare frame that featured two errors and a dropped third strike, to wrap up a 3-2 come-from behind walk-off victory and hand the Falcons their first league loss of the year.
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By Grant Gordon | March 3, 2009
GLENDALE ? With little exception, season after season, the Crescenta Valley High baseball team emerges as the area?s best. With a mostly young and inexperienced squad a season ago, usually forgone Falcons success was doubted, and swelled after an 0-3 start. But Crescenta Valley picked up its seventh straight Pacific League title en route to a second-round appearance in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. After more substantial losses, though, doubt as it relates to the Falcons?
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By Grant Gordon | May 17, 2008
NORTHEAST GLENDALE ? Just when it looked as if nothing was going right for the Crescenta Valley High baseball team, everything seemed to fall right into place. Right fielder Nathan Honda, whose fielding miscue had just led to a Temescal Canyon two-run lead, beat out a double-play ball to keep the bottom of the sixth inning going. ?I just wanted to get on base,? Honda said. Then second baseman Zack Torres, who had already been pinch hit for earlier, drew a two-out walk.
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