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By Charles Rich | March 22, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - Though the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High track and field teams lost in a Mission League dual meet Thursday afternoon to Alemany at St. Francis, the Tologs and Golden Knights opted to look ahead toward the end of the regular season. Flintridge Sacred Heart is looking for its athletes to gradually reduce their times leading up to the Mission League final in early May. While St. Francis showed some signs of fatigue while taking part in their fourth league meet in as many weeks, there may be good news on the horizon for the Golden Knights in their bid to get back on track.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 31, 2011
BURBANK — For the moment, the Hoover High and Burroughs track and field programs find themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum. Through the first month of the season, the Tornadoes have lacked depth, while the Indians have plenty to offer with respect to challenging for first-place efforts in most events. It proved to be the difference when Hoover and Burroughs competed against Muir in a Pacific League tri-meet Wednesday afternoon at Burbank High. Burroughs came away with sweeps against each team in both portions of the meet, while Hoover came up short twice.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 4, 2011
NORTH HOLLYWOOD — For a season-opening meet, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High track and field teams couldn't have asked for a better start and finish. The Tologs and Golden Knights began their seasons on the road Thursday afternoon with a Mission League dual meet against Harvard-Westlake. Flintridge Sacred Heart and St. Francis proved to be resourceful by winning in grand fashion in the final events of their respective portions of the meet. Both teams were able to breath a sigh of relief, as Flintridge Sacred Heart posted a 65.5-61.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 7, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - Missing a second consecutive meet wasn't what James Knowles had in mind. With his right hamstring healthy, the St. Francis High track and field standout showed he's ready to defend his Mission League championships in a pair of hurdle events. Despite the cool temperatures, Knowles took to the course and heated up, as he captured the 110- and 300-meter hurdles in a Mission League dual meet against Harvard-Westlake on Wednesday afternoon. Knowles clocked 14.16 seconds in the 110 before finishing in 39.09 in the 300 for the Golden Knights, who suffered a 79-48 defeat.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | March 18, 2011
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Crescenta Valley High track and field team's dual-meet Pacific League opener on Thursday afternoon was a numbers game — the Falcons had them and the visiting Muir Mustangs didn't. It was a landslide on the girls' side, 115-10, while the boys' team enjoyed a closer, but still rather one-sided, 81-43 margin to open league with a win, the first for both teams on the season. "They just don't have a lot depth right now," Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Evans said of Muir.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 18, 2011
NORTHWEST GLENDALE — Alex Mikhailpoor wanted to make his one and only home meet count. The Hoover High boys' track and field senior athlete did just that in the team's season-opening meet Thursday afternoon. Mikhailpoor came through in the Tornadoes' lone home dual meet of the season, as he won two individual events and then anchored a relay team win to give the Tornadoes a 68-50 Pacific League victory against Pasadena. In the girls' portion of the meet, Pasadena earned a 70 2/3-42 1/3 win, though Hoover distance runner Frances Ramas won a pair of races.
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March 23, 2013
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD Flintridge Prep, St. Francis in Pasadena Games: The Rebels' Alan Yoho and Eric Knowles of the Golden Knights were the only two locals to prove victorious in the 70th annual two-day event at Pasadena City College Friday and Saturday, respectively. Yoho won the 1,600-meter race in four minutes 35.11 seconds and Knowles was victorious in the triple jump Saturday with a mark of 44 feet 3 inches. While Gareth Weiss may not have won the pole vault Saturday, it was a historic runner-up mark.
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April 2, 2011
BASEBALL Glendale 10, Muir 0 (five innings): Daniel Aragon allowed just two hits over five innings to help the host Nitros pick up their first Pacific League win of the season. Rafael Rios went two for two with a double and two runs batted in and Evan Norton went two for three with a pair of doubles and two RBIs for Glendale (3-4, 1-4 in league). Arcadia 5, Hoover 0: Anthony Cuccinello and Eugene Kim each had a single for the visiting Tornadoes in Friday's Pacific League contest.
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April 29, 2000
GLENDALE AT HOOVER BOYS' VARSITY Glendale 69, Hoover 58 440-YARD RELAY: 1. Glendale (Henry, Osibou, Silva, Carlton) 45.1. 2. Hoover 47.9. MILE: 1. Olivares (H) 4:51.8. 2. Mora (H) 4:55.4. 3. Movsessian (G) 4:56.1 110-METER HIGH HURDLES: 1. Henry (G) 16.2. 2. Kim (H) 16.2. 3. Riojas (H) 18.4. 440: 1. Alvarado (H) 53.4. 2. Chimayan (H) 54.6. 3. Calpon (G) 54.6. 100 METERS: 1. Osibou (G) 11.1. 2. Ortiz (G) 11.5. 3. Kim (H) 12.0. 880: 1. Cousens (G)
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March 9, 2012
WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Glendale Community College at Western State Conference Meet: Glendale's women's team took second with 102 points at Friday's meet at Moorpark College. West Los Angeles won the meet with 149 points and Moorpark (95) was third. Lilia Asserian won the 800-meter race in 2 minutes 8.19 seconds. In the 3,000, Cecilia Nicolas took third in 11:03.02, while teammate Charlene Quintanilla (11:04.31) took third. In the pole vault, Vaqueros also went second and third, with Melissa Cruz notching a mark of 8 feet 6 1/4 inches, while Darcy Coto turned in an identical mark and was given third.
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March 23, 2013
BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD Flintridge Prep, St. Francis in Pasadena Games: The Rebels' Alan Yoho and Eric Knowles of the Golden Knights were the only two locals to prove victorious in the 70th annual two-day event at Pasadena City College Friday and Saturday, respectively. Yoho won the 1,600-meter race in four minutes 35.11 seconds and Knowles was victorious in the triple jump Saturday with a mark of 44 feet 3 inches. While Gareth Weiss may not have won the pole vault Saturday, it was a historic runner-up mark.
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From Staff Reports | May 11, 2012
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL South Torrance at Crescenta Valley, 7 p.m.: Crescenta Valley (19-9) will continue its surprising CIF Southern Section Division III playoff run against second-seeded South Torrance (23-4) in a quarterfinal match tonight. The Falcons posted a 25-19, 22-25, 25-14, 25-13 second-round home win Thursday after rallying from a 2-0 deficit to topple L.A. Baptist on Tuesday. South Torrance, which won the Pioneer League title, has posted playoff victories against Cypress and Santa Ynez.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 18, 2012
SOUTHEAST GLENDALE - Sitting on a table near the starting line at Moyse Field, the Bronze Bowl was technically up for grabs, as it is every season. But, in reality, the Glendale High track and field team had it under lock and key virtually from the start of Wednesday's Pacific League rivalry showdown with Hoover. The Nitros entered with a considerable depth advantage and made the most of it in handing the Tornadoes a 112-23 loss in the boys' competition, while winning, 100-31, on the girls' side.
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By Charles Rich | March 22, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - Though the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and St. Francis High track and field teams lost in a Mission League dual meet Thursday afternoon to Alemany at St. Francis, the Tologs and Golden Knights opted to look ahead toward the end of the regular season. Flintridge Sacred Heart is looking for its athletes to gradually reduce their times leading up to the Mission League final in early May. While St. Francis showed some signs of fatigue while taking part in their fourth league meet in as many weeks, there may be good news on the horizon for the Golden Knights in their bid to get back on track.
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March 9, 2012
WOMEN'S TRACK AND FIELD Glendale Community College at Western State Conference Meet: Glendale's women's team took second with 102 points at Friday's meet at Moorpark College. West Los Angeles won the meet with 149 points and Moorpark (95) was third. Lilia Asserian won the 800-meter race in 2 minutes 8.19 seconds. In the 3,000, Cecilia Nicolas took third in 11:03.02, while teammate Charlene Quintanilla (11:04.31) took third. In the pole vault, Vaqueros also went second and third, with Melissa Cruz notching a mark of 8 feet 6 1/4 inches, while Darcy Coto turned in an identical mark and was given third.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 7, 2012
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE - Missing a second consecutive meet wasn't what James Knowles had in mind. With his right hamstring healthy, the St. Francis High track and field standout showed he's ready to defend his Mission League championships in a pair of hurdle events. Despite the cool temperatures, Knowles took to the course and heated up, as he captured the 110- and 300-meter hurdles in a Mission League dual meet against Harvard-Westlake on Wednesday afternoon. Knowles clocked 14.16 seconds in the 110 before finishing in 39.09 in the 300 for the Golden Knights, who suffered a 79-48 defeat.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | April 7, 2011
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — Stephanie Vargas played a role in shattering two school records, yet she wasn't aware that had been accomplished. The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy track and field athlete diligently went about her business on the St. Francis High all-weather track Wednesday afternoon during a Mission League dual meet against Chaminade and left impressed with her latest accomplishments. "I didn't know, but it's great," Vargas said after she clocked 2 minutes 18.96 seconds to win the 800-meter race and help the Tologs post a 73-34 victory.
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April 2, 2011
BASEBALL Glendale 10, Muir 0 (five innings): Daniel Aragon allowed just two hits over five innings to help the host Nitros pick up their first Pacific League win of the season. Rafael Rios went two for two with a double and two runs batted in and Evan Norton went two for three with a pair of doubles and two RBIs for Glendale (3-4, 1-4 in league). Arcadia 5, Hoover 0: Anthony Cuccinello and Eugene Kim each had a single for the visiting Tornadoes in Friday's Pacific League contest.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | March 31, 2011
BURBANK — For the moment, the Hoover High and Burroughs track and field programs find themselves at opposite ends of the spectrum. Through the first month of the season, the Tornadoes have lacked depth, while the Indians have plenty to offer with respect to challenging for first-place efforts in most events. It proved to be the difference when Hoover and Burroughs competed against Muir in a Pacific League tri-meet Wednesday afternoon at Burbank High. Burroughs came away with sweeps against each team in both portions of the meet, while Hoover came up short twice.
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By Gabriel Rizk, gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | March 18, 2011
LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Crescenta Valley High track and field team's dual-meet Pacific League opener on Thursday afternoon was a numbers game — the Falcons had them and the visiting Muir Mustangs didn't. It was a landslide on the girls' side, 115-10, while the boys' team enjoyed a closer, but still rather one-sided, 81-43 margin to open league with a win, the first for both teams on the season. "They just don't have a lot depth right now," Crescenta Valley Coach Mark Evans said of Muir.
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