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By Charles Rich | September 21, 2009
OJAI — Make it two straight weeks in which the Flintridge Prep football team’s offense rarely could be found. It’s something that’s beginning to bother Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs, who saw his team finish with 71 yards of total offense in a 20-6 nonleague road loss to Villanova Prep on Saturday afternoon. “We just got nothing going, and we had no rhythm,” said Skaggs, whose team fell to 0-2 on the season. “We didn’t play particularly well, and when I look at the game film I know it will have a lot to do with a lack of effort.
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December 7, 2007
Falcon pummeled by Pioneers A tricky foul called on Simi Valley in the first quarter wasn’t enough to save the Crescenta Valley soph/frosh team from a crushing defeat Wednesday night at the Pasadena Tournament. It could have been an offensive foul on the Falcons but instead was called on Simi Valley, giving the Falcons a brief glimmer of hope for the remainder of the game. Though the Falcons kept it close in the beginning of game play, they were ill-prepared for the physical size and superior teamwork displayed by the Pioneers.
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By Gabriel Rizk | December 3, 2008
LA CRESCENTA — The Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team certainly wasn’t lacking intensity in its season opener on Tuesday night, an asset that aided the Falcons well against an overmatched and often times overwhelmed Villanova Prep squad. The Wildcats came out confused and haphazard in their passing and ball control and the Falcons never gave them time to figure it out, storming to a 22-point first quarter lead and coasting to a 66-11 win in pool play of the Falcon Tip-Off Classic at Crescenta Valley.
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By Seth Amitin | September 20, 2008
LOS ANGELES — Well, it can’t get much worse for the Flintridge Prep. Facing Villanova Prep at home, the Rebels struggled on both sides of the ball, as they failed to get into the red zone and were unable to stop the run, as the Wildcats rolled to a 32-7 win Friday night at Patterson Field. Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs was blunt with his players after the game, telling them they were simply less physical. “We had some good moments, but they were few and far between,” Skaggs said.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | September 15, 2012
OJAI - For a victory a longtime coming, extending past two heartbreaking defeats this season into the previous year's string of losses marred by forfeits, perhaps it was a little surprising there was no raucous, over-the-top celebration. Perhaps it was because of the sweltering conditions. Or maybe it was that the Flintridge Prep football team knew the outcome long before halftime came. Then again, it might very well have been the sentiments stressed by Flintridge Prep Coach Antonio Harrison, reminding his Rebels that what they had been through was exactly what host Villanova Prep was currently forging through.
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September 22, 2011
BOYS' WATER POLO Hoover 11, Santa Monica 7: Hakop Kaplanyan scored three goals for the Tornadoes in a nonleague road win on Thursday. David Pogosian scored three goals, Hakop Baghumian had a goal and three assists and Sevada Khodaverdi saved nine shots for Hoover (4-3). Flintridge Prep 10, Villanova 6: Alex Blaine scored five goals in two games for the Rebels Thursday, as Prep opened the Malibu Tournament against Malibu and closed the day out with a match against Villanova.
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April 11, 2000
BASEBALL DIVISION I 1. Lakewood 2. Fountain Valley 3. Temecula Valley 4. Bishop Amat 5. Arcadia 6. Rialto 7. St. John Bosco 8. Esperanza 9. Long Beach Wilson 10. Crescenta Valley SOFTBALL Division II 1. Cerritos 2. Crescenta Valley 3. Loara 4. Kennedy 5. Marina 6. Corona 7. Hart 8. Thousand Oaks 9. Colton 10. Cajon...
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December 6, 2007
GIRLS? BASKETBALL Crescenta Valley 63, Orange 44: Cassie Pappas finished with 19 points Tuesday to spark the Falcons (4-1) in a pool-play game of the Fairmont Tournament. Candace Chessum and Dani Vargas had 10 points apiece for Crescenta Valley. Immaculate Heart 35, Holy Family 30: Jenny Fisher had a team-high 11 points on Tuesday for the Gaels (1-1) in a nonleague road contest. Holy Family got nine points from Gayle Lachica and eight from Alex Cruz. ?
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December 2, 2008
TODAY GIRLS? WATER POLO ?Westridge at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 3:45 p.m. ?Flintridge Prep at Milken Community, 3:15 p.m. ?Culver City at Hoover, 3:15 p.m. ? GIRLS? BASKETBALL ?Flintridge Prep in San Marino Tournament, TBA ?Holy Family at Rio Hondo Prep, 3:15 p.m. ?Villanova Prep vs. Crescenta Valley in Falcon Classic, 7:45 p.m. ? BOYS? BASKETBALL ?Hoover in Campbell Hall Tournament, TBA ?Glendale vs. University in Burbank Tournament, 6:30 p.m. ?
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | September 15, 2012
OJAI - For a victory a longtime coming, extending past two heartbreaking defeats this season into the previous year's string of losses marred by forfeits, perhaps it was a little surprising there was no raucous, over-the-top celebration. Perhaps it was because of the sweltering conditions. Or maybe it was that the Flintridge Prep football team knew the outcome long before halftime came. Then again, it might very well have been the sentiments stressed by Flintridge Prep Coach Antonio Harrison, reminding his Rebels that what they had been through was exactly what host Villanova Prep was currently forging through.
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By Charles Rich | September 21, 2009
OJAI — Make it two straight weeks in which the Flintridge Prep football team’s offense rarely could be found. It’s something that’s beginning to bother Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs, who saw his team finish with 71 yards of total offense in a 20-6 nonleague road loss to Villanova Prep on Saturday afternoon. “We just got nothing going, and we had no rhythm,” said Skaggs, whose team fell to 0-2 on the season. “We didn’t play particularly well, and when I look at the game film I know it will have a lot to do with a lack of effort.
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By Gabriel Rizk | December 3, 2008
LA CRESCENTA — The Crescenta Valley High girls’ basketball team certainly wasn’t lacking intensity in its season opener on Tuesday night, an asset that aided the Falcons well against an overmatched and often times overwhelmed Villanova Prep squad. The Wildcats came out confused and haphazard in their passing and ball control and the Falcons never gave them time to figure it out, storming to a 22-point first quarter lead and coasting to a 66-11 win in pool play of the Falcon Tip-Off Classic at Crescenta Valley.
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By Seth Amitin | September 20, 2008
LOS ANGELES — Well, it can’t get much worse for the Flintridge Prep. Facing Villanova Prep at home, the Rebels struggled on both sides of the ball, as they failed to get into the red zone and were unable to stop the run, as the Wildcats rolled to a 32-7 win Friday night at Patterson Field. Flintridge Prep Coach Perry Skaggs was blunt with his players after the game, telling them they were simply less physical. “We had some good moments, but they were few and far between,” Skaggs said.
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December 7, 2007
Falcon pummeled by Pioneers A tricky foul called on Simi Valley in the first quarter wasn’t enough to save the Crescenta Valley soph/frosh team from a crushing defeat Wednesday night at the Pasadena Tournament. It could have been an offensive foul on the Falcons but instead was called on Simi Valley, giving the Falcons a brief glimmer of hope for the remainder of the game. Though the Falcons kept it close in the beginning of game play, they were ill-prepared for the physical size and superior teamwork displayed by the Pioneers.
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