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May 4, 2006
Visiting Mission Hills Alemany tossed a no hitter against the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity softball team in Mission League action last Thursday at the Glendale Sports Complex. The Indians won 8-0 to drop the Tologs to 8-9 overall and to 3-3 in league. Sacred Heart traveled to Pasadena Westridge on Monday in nonleague play and hosted West Hills Chaminade on Tuesday in a league contest, but results were not available at press time. The Tologs will visit Woodlands Hills Louisville tomorrow (Friday)
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By Gordie Morris , Special to the Valley Sun | October 28, 2004
Who needs wide-open, pass-happy West Coast offenses, anyway? St. Francis head coach Jim Bonds turned back the clock last Friday against Alemany to the Woody Hayes' "three yards and a cloud of dust" theory of run-run-run. And it worked. Golden Knight tailback Blake Milton torched the Indians for 156 yards rushing and two touchdowns in 20 carries, leading St. Francis to a 31-7 Homecoming win over the Mission League opponent. The victory snapped St. Francis' two-game losing streak, moving the Golden Knights to 1-1 in league and 5-2 overall.
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By Seth Amitin | October 10, 2008
The Tologs wish all their league games were this easy. Flintridge Sacred Heart girls’ volleyball dominated Alemany in their first league match on Tuesday, defeating the Warriors, 25-9, 25-10, 25-9, for the 3-0 win. “The girls came out really fired up,” Sacred Heart Coach Shelley Orlandini said. “We got up on them 10 points almost immediately.” The Tologs (10-4-1) made easy work of the Warriors after that, ceding a lead for only two points, in the early part of the third game.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | November 13, 2008
Deitrich Riley was right there. He saw the ball juggle out of the quarterback’s hands as if he were holding a hot potato at the St. Francis 47-yard line. With a chance to claim at least a share of the Mission League title, Riley did what any smart defender would do—pick up the ball and run the other way. “I could have had three touchdowns today,” a disappointed Riley told the Valley Sun after a disappointing 24-21 loss against Alemany (8-1, 2-0)
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | January 13, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team opened Mission League play on Jan. 5 with a 4-1 win at home against Alemany. The biggest obstacle for the Tologs was the condition of their home field. The constant rain earlier in the week almost made the field unplayable. Sacred Heart opened the scoring when Courtney West threaded her way through the Alemany defenders and scored in the 26th minute. She then followed it up with a second goal three minutes later when Hannah Hand fed her a pass on an errant Alemany goal kick.
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October 27, 2005
Kevin Lacey and Tom Dowling After a shaky first quarter, the St. Francis varsity football team came back to defeat host Alemany, 30-3, last Friday night. The Golden Knights are now 7-0 overall and 2-0 in the Mission League. They will travel to Chaminade tomorrow (Friday) to play another 7-0 team at 7:30 p.m. The St. Francis defense continues to dominate its opponents, allowing only one offensive touchdown in its last three games. Against the Indians, defense tackle Darryl Carter recovered a fumble, middle linebacker Kevin Mack and Dan Senteno had two sacks and an interception, and Julian Bermejo had a pair of interceptions in the fourth quarter.
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January 3, 2008
Today 4:40 p.m. La Cañada girls’ water polo versus Beverly Hills at the Western Tournament at Katella. 6 p.m. Flintridge Sacred Heart basketball hosts Notre Dame.   Friday 12 p.m. La Cañada boys’ wrestling at the Elsinore Dual Meet. 5 p.m. St. Francis soccer visits Alemany. 7 p.m. Flintridge Prep boys’ basketball visits San Marino. 7 p.m. St. Francis basketball travels to Alemany. TBA La Cañada girls’ water polo at the Western Tournament, through Saturday.
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January 3, 2008
Today 4:40 p.m. La Cañada girls’ water polo versus Beverly Hills at the Western Tournament at Katella. 6 p.m. Flintridge Sacred Heart basketball hosts Notre Dame.   Friday 12 p.m. La Cañada boys’ wrestling at the Elsinore Dual Meet. 5 p.m. St. Francis soccer visits Alemany. 7 p.m. Flintridge Prep boys’ basketball visits San Marino. 7 p.m. St. Francis basketball travels to Alemany. TBA La Cañada girls’ water polo at the Western Tournament, through Saturday.
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By Seth Amitin | April 2, 2009
Flintridge Sacred Heart beat Mayfield soundly on Monday, 3-0, on the strength of another great pitching performance from senior Jessica Ferri?seven innings, one hit, 12 strikeouts?but all is not well. ?We didn?t play very well,? said Tologs Head Coach Kirk Nishiyama. ?We weren?t focused. I don?t want to take away from [Mayfield], but we were chasing bad pitches.? Although Coach Nishiyama may sound pessimistic, all three runs scored by the Tologs were unearned. In the first inning, FSHA?
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 29, 2014
MISSION HILLS - For quite some time, the members of the St. Francis High basketball team had things in control and appeared on the verge of registering another gigantic victory. The Golden Knights were solid on both sides of the court, giving powerful Alemany all it could handle. Unfortunately for St. Francis, a last-second three-point shot by Noah Willerford came up just short in a heartbreaking 78-76 Mission League road defeat Wednesday night. St. Francis (14-7, 3-4 in league)
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Valley Sun | January 29, 2014
LOS ANGELES - Before the season began, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team was upfront about its goal of finishing in the top three in the Mission League and earning a return trip to the postseason. At that same time, coach Cesar Hidalgo also conceded it was going to “be tough.” The coach's words have been prophetic. On Wednesday at Occidental College's Patterson Field, the going got even tougher, as Flintridge Sacred Heart scored first but could not hold the lead, falling, 3-1, to Alemany and putting the hopes of reaching the playoffs into serious jeopardy with four league contests to go. PHOTOS: FSHA vs. Alemany girls' soccer “Right now we have a very young team that need to learn how to play this game at this level.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | January 8, 2014
LA CAÑADA - A disjointed start led to a long evening for the St. Francis High basketball team. Looking to begin the Mission League portion of their schedule on the right note, the host Golden Knights couldn't overcome a sluggish beginning and suffered a 65-36 defeat against Alemany on Wednesday. Alemany, ranked No. 1 in the CIF Southern Section Division I-A preseason poll, raced out to a 16-2 lead in the first quarter and quieted the home crowd. “We didn't come out ready to play,” said St. Francis co-Coach Ray O'Brien, whose team played its first game since topping neighbor La Cañada in the third-place contest of the San Gabriel Valley Classic on Dec. 30. “We had four turnovers on our first five possession and we weren't mentally set to play.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | September 22, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — Things were a little different, a little crazy and a little chaotic during the initial Mission League cross-country meet of the season on Thursday afternoon at Crescenta Valley Park. Most of the craziness came down to the final stretch of the girls' varsity race, as spectators and wayward runners crowded the finish. Nonetheless, rapidly improving Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy junior Paulina Antaplyan was able to nab second place individually and lead the Tologs to second as well, as they finished with 51 points to winner Harvard-Westlake's 36. "I don't know," said Antaplyan of what was going on during the finish, as she was battling for first with eventual winner Kazia Mermel (20 minutes)
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By Grant Gordon | May 6, 2010
PASADENA — For a St. Francis High baseball squad that has lost seven games by one run, including four in Mission League play, Friday’s numbers were most assuredly a formula for a loss. The Golden Knights were held to one hit and committed six errors. But that one hit was a three-run triple by David Hubinger and those six errors were thwarted by a tenacious effort on the mound from Ethan Bramschreiber, who went the distance in St. Francis’ uncharacteristic 3-1 league win over Alemany on Friday at Jackie Robinson Field.
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By Grant Gordon | November 12, 2009
MISSION HILLS — Exemplified by its defense, the St. Francis High football team played tough on Friday night. The Golden Knights played through injuries, they played through momentum shifts and they kept coming back. But, in the end, four turnovers were too much to come back from, as St. Francis lost to host Alemany, 13-7, in Friday night’s Mission League contest. “To lose a game, 13-7, when you had four turnovers ... we had a lot of chances,” said St. Francis Coach Jim Bonds, whose team, ranked second in CIF Southern Section Western Division, fell to 7-2 and 1-1 in league.
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By Seth Amitin | April 2, 2009
Flintridge Sacred Heart beat Mayfield soundly on Monday, 3-0, on the strength of another great pitching performance from senior Jessica Ferri?seven innings, one hit, 12 strikeouts?but all is not well. ?We didn?t play very well,? said Tologs Head Coach Kirk Nishiyama. ?We weren?t focused. I don?t want to take away from [Mayfield], but we were chasing bad pitches.? Although Coach Nishiyama may sound pessimistic, all three runs scored by the Tologs were unearned. In the first inning, FSHA?
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By Parimal M. Rohit | November 13, 2008
Deitrich Riley was right there. He saw the ball juggle out of the quarterback’s hands as if he were holding a hot potato at the St. Francis 47-yard line. With a chance to claim at least a share of the Mission League title, Riley did what any smart defender would do—pick up the ball and run the other way. “I could have had three touchdowns today,” a disappointed Riley told the Valley Sun after a disappointing 24-21 loss against Alemany (8-1, 2-0)
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By Seth Amitin | October 10, 2008
The Tologs wish all their league games were this easy. Flintridge Sacred Heart girls’ volleyball dominated Alemany in their first league match on Tuesday, defeating the Warriors, 25-9, 25-10, 25-9, for the 3-0 win. “The girls came out really fired up,” Sacred Heart Coach Shelley Orlandini said. “We got up on them 10 points almost immediately.” The Tologs (10-4-1) made easy work of the Warriors after that, ceding a lead for only two points, in the early part of the third game.
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