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By Grant Gordon | March 14, 2008
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE ? Injury bugs and school plays. They are the ills to which the Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball team has yet to find remedies. It was evident that both plagued the Rebels, the fourth-ranked team in the CIF Southern Section Division V, on Thursday afternoon at home, where they swept Sierra Vista, 26-24, 25-11, 25-22. While the end result was a positive for Flintridge Prep, upping its record to 5-4, tough times still lie ahead. ?I?m still waiting to see who steps up,?
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By Charles Rich | February 26, 2009
LA CRESCENTA ? Throughout most of their turnaround season, the members of the Crescenta Valley High boys? soccer team avoided costly defensive breakdowns. That helped the Falcons challenge into the last week of the regular season for the Pacific League championship and got them to the postseason for the second time in three seasons. Unfortunately for Crescenta Valley, several defensive miscues led to their season ending in a 3-2 loss to second-seeded Sierra Vista on Wednesday afternoon in a CIF Southern Section Division IV second-round home match.
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September 9, 2009
by Gabriel Rizk GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area’s upcoming high school football games. ? Heading into tonight’s season opener, the Hoover High football team is as confident as perhaps it’s ever been in the past several years. Confident that tonight’s 7 p.m. nonleague matchup with Sierra Vista at Moyse Field will yield the program’s first win in over two seasons, the last coming in 2006 on the back end of a 1-9 campaign, and the first win to open a season since the Tornadoes edged Mountain View by one point in 2005.
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By From Staff Reports | November 18, 2005
Football PreviewsFootball: Crescenta Valley, Flintridge Prep, La Cañada and St. Francis to compete in CIF postseason games.GLENDALE -- The following is a preview of today's local CIF Southern Section high school football playoff games: Sierra Vista at La Cañada, 7:30 p.m.: The Spartans, who took second in the Rio Hondo League, will meet a Sierra Vista team that finished second in the Montview League. The Spartans are coming off a 22-6 league victory against Monrovia to clinch second place.
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March 16, 2005
TODAY BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Village Christian at Crescenta Valley, 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep at Sierra Vista, 4:30 p.m. BOYS' TENNIS Flintridge Prep vs. La Canada at La Canada Country Club, 3:15 p.m. Crescenta Valley at Burroughs, 3:15 p.m. BASEBALL Muir at La Canada, 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep at South Pasadena, 3:15 p.m. SOFTBALL La Canada vs. Harvard-Westlake at L.A....
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November 14, 2005
Football: Crescenta Valley, Flintridge Prep, St. Francis must travel for playoff openers, La Cañada stays at home.Football PlayoffsGLENDALE -- Time to pack the bags and hit the road. The CIF Southern Section released its football pairings Sunday, and three of the four local teams that earned postseason spots will be traveling for first-round games Friday. St. Francis (8-2) will meet host Downey (5-5) and Crescenta Valley (3-7) will travel to play second-seeded Dominguez (9-1)
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 11, 2009
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Over the past couple of seasons, the Hoover High football team has absorbed its share of humbling, sometimes crushing, losses. It’s quite likely that none of them stung as sharply as the 12-8 defeat visiting Sierra Vista dealt Hoover on Thursday at Moyse Field, one in which the Tornadoes shut out the Dons in the second half and had more than one chance to win the game during a fourth quarter full of cruel twists of fate. “It hurts,” second-year Hoover Coach Chris Long said.
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By Charles Rich | September 17, 2009
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Should Kevin Matthews come close to completely losing his voice, then it’s a good sign, apparently. His vocal chords got quite a workout Thursday afternoon while yelling out instructions to his teammates. He also made some offensive contributions. Matthews finished with four goals and three steals to help power host Flintridge Prep to a 13-3 nonleague victory against Sierra Vista. With Matthews, a senior hole/set and hole/guard leading the way, the Rebels (2-0)
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By Grant Gordon | March 11, 2009
PASADENA — Whether the St. Francis High baseball team’s bats stay hot and its pitching steady when Mission League play rolls around next week remains in question, obviously. But for now, the Golden Knights are rolling, having dismantled their last two opponents, including Tuesday afternoon’s 12-3 pummeling of visiting Sierra Vista in an Arcadia Elks Tournament contest at Jackie Robinson Field. “Every game, we get better and better,” said St. Francis junior designated hitter Ryan Pires, who was one of five Golden Knights with multiple hits.
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September 8, 2006
Team ? League ? Overall Temple City ? 5-0 ? 8-4 La Cañada ? 4-1 ? 9-3 Monrovia ? 3-2 ? 5-6 South Pasadena ? 2-3 ? 3-7 San Marino ? 1-4 ? 1-8-1 Blair ? 0-5 ? 0-10 Sept. 9 ? La Cañada 45 -- Pomona 21 Sept. 16 ? La Cañada 34 -- Glendale 7 Sept. 23 ? La Cañada 21 -- Gabrielino 9 Sept. 30 ? La Cañada 57 -- Crescenta Valley 10 Oct. 07 ? La Salle 35 -- La Cañada 15 Oct. 14 ?
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From Staff Reports | December 26, 2013
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Holy Family 41, Chavez 38: The Gaels are winless no more after defeating Cesar Chavez in pool play action of the Grant Tournament on Thursday afternoon. Charisse Talaro led Holy Family (1-7) with 15 points, while Melissa Chan added eight points in the win. “It feels awesome,” Gaels Coach Ernest Siy said of the victory. “Now we know what it tastes like to win and hopefully we'll get some more.” Holy Family next faces Village Christian at 3 p.m. on Friday back at Grant High in Van Nuys.
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By Grant Gordon | February 16, 2010
OXNARD — Facing a foe that was a defending champion disguised as a wild-card entry, when Glendale High’s boys’ soccer team left Rio Mesa High on Tuesday afternoon, in many ways history had repeated itself from a season prior. “We just got a repeat of the same thing last year. …They’re a really good team,” said Nitros Coach Tulio Marroquin of Rio Mesa. “I think our league is good, but it’s not the way it is up here. “They took advantage of every opportunity.
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November 28, 2009
CRESCENTA VALLEY COACH: Kiel McClung, first year. LEAGUE: Pacific. LAST SEASON: 10-5-6, 7-2-5 in league for third place. Lost to Sierra Vista, 3-2, in CIF Southern Section Division IV second-round match. PLAYERS TO WATCH: Pavle Atanackovic, sophomore, forward; Raimond Baghoomian, senior, forward; Gor Grigoryan, senior, midfielder; Josh Kim, senior, centerback; Reilly Solis, junior, defender.. McCLUNG’S QUOTE: “We have a good core of attacking players, so we are going to try to take advantage of that.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | November 12, 2009
The pain started with the opening kickoff, and he didn’t even touch the ball. The aches increased as the game wore on, but no ice or treatment could relieve it. Finally, by the end of the night, with his team losing and him standing on the sidelines, the pain was worse than ever, so bad that it brought Ivan Tello to tears. Tello was not physically hurt for last year’s “Battle for the Victory Bell.” He was healthy and in shape, but he could do nothing to alter a 55-7 thrashing of the Tornadoes by Glendale.
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By Charles Rich | September 17, 2009
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Should Kevin Matthews come close to completely losing his voice, then it’s a good sign, apparently. His vocal chords got quite a workout Thursday afternoon while yelling out instructions to his teammates. He also made some offensive contributions. Matthews finished with four goals and three steals to help power host Flintridge Prep to a 13-3 nonleague victory against Sierra Vista. With Matthews, a senior hole/set and hole/guard leading the way, the Rebels (2-0)
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 11, 2009
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE — Over the past couple of seasons, the Hoover High football team has absorbed its share of humbling, sometimes crushing, losses. It’s quite likely that none of them stung as sharply as the 12-8 defeat visiting Sierra Vista dealt Hoover on Thursday at Moyse Field, one in which the Tornadoes shut out the Dons in the second half and had more than one chance to win the game during a fourth quarter full of cruel twists of fate. “It hurts,” second-year Hoover Coach Chris Long said.
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2009
GLENDALE ? The following are previews of the area?s upcoming high school football games . ? Heading into tonight?s season opener, the Hoover High football team is as confident as perhaps it?s ever been in the past several years. Confident that tonight?s 7 p.m. nonleague matchup with Sierra Vista at Moyse Field will yield the program?s first win in over two seasons, the last coming in 2006 on the back end of a 1-9 campaign, and the first win to open a season since the Tornadoes edged Mountain View by one point in 2005.
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September 9, 2009
by Gabriel Rizk GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area’s upcoming high school football games. ? Heading into tonight’s season opener, the Hoover High football team is as confident as perhaps it’s ever been in the past several years. Confident that tonight’s 7 p.m. nonleague matchup with Sierra Vista at Moyse Field will yield the program’s first win in over two seasons, the last coming in 2006 on the back end of a 1-9 campaign, and the first win to open a season since the Tornadoes edged Mountain View by one point in 2005.
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By Grant Gordon | March 11, 2009
PASADENA — Whether the St. Francis High baseball team’s bats stay hot and its pitching steady when Mission League play rolls around next week remains in question, obviously. But for now, the Golden Knights are rolling, having dismantled their last two opponents, including Tuesday afternoon’s 12-3 pummeling of visiting Sierra Vista in an Arcadia Elks Tournament contest at Jackie Robinson Field. “Every game, we get better and better,” said St. Francis junior designated hitter Ryan Pires, who was one of five Golden Knights with multiple hits.
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By Grant Gordon | March 7, 2009
MONROVIA — It was a coaching and season debut that Coach Tito Cruz and the Hoover High baseball team would like to quickly forget. There was no sugarcoating the all-around calamity that was the Tornadoes’ season-opening 11-0 loss on Friday to host Monrovia in the Arcadia Elks Tournament. “I don’t think it can get any worse,” said Cruz, a standout in his days as a Tornadoes catcher before moving on to Long Beach State and getting drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks organization, who coached his first game on Friday at Monrovia High.
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