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September 11, 2008
Last Friday, La Cañada High football faced Antelope Valley in a scrimmage and ended up losing 14-0. La Cañada Valley Sun Sports Editor Seth Amitin got a chance to talk to Coach Rich Wheeler after the game, and here?s the interview: ? Valley Sun : ?Can you describe the game for me?? Coach Wheeler : ?It was rough, yeah. They scored twice, we didn?t score. They were a tougher team; they?re in a tougher league. They?re a tougher team, that?s why we played them.
SPORTS
September 1, 2005
La Cañada High Varsity football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 7 p.m. . . . Junior varsity football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 6 p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 8 - Pomona there at 3:15 p.m. . . . Freshmen football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 5 p.m. . . . Boys' varsity water polo - Thursday, Sept. 8 - Royal there (in scrimmage). . . . Boys' freshmen/sophomore water polo - Thursday, Sept.
SPORTS
June 29, 2006
The 12 and Under Gold Softball team advanced to the finals of the Santa Paula Tournament, losing a hard fought battle to host Santa Paula, 7-5. This marked the first time any La Cañada Flintridge Tournament softball team has played in the finals of any tournament and many loyal fans were on hand to support the team. This strong showing follows a semifinal berth one week prior in Moorpark where the team went 3-0 in pool play, losing to Antelope Valley in the semi-finals, 8-4. The team will next compete in the District Tournament June 30 to July 2 where the top three teams in their age bracket continue to the State Championships in San Diego on July 14.
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By Seth Amitin | July 17, 2008
Congratulations are due to the La Cañada 14-and-under girls? softball team, who beat five teams at the U14 Softball Double Elimination Championship held in Lancaster over the weekend. Facing Upland, the No. 1 seed from Northern California, in the first round, La Cañada won by mercy rule, 12-2, to advance. The Spartans then beat UC Del Sol, out of the San Diego district, Buena Park, the No. 1 seed out of Central California, and Antelope Valley, 3-1, 5-3 and 3-1 respectively.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | December 17, 2009
For some time, Kenyatta Smith wondered if he would someday eclipse the 40-point mark in a game. The 6-foot-7-inch junior center has had several 30-point games during his successful career with the Flintridge Prep boys? basketball team, but hasn?t been able to crack 40 points. Smith will no longer have to wonder after turning in his best effort of his career. Smith finished with a career-high 42 points and added a game-best six blocks Friday night in Flintridge Prep?s 67-63 win against Antelope Valley on Friday night in the third-place game of the third annual Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
SPORTS
July 6, 2006
The 10 and Under Girls Gold Tournament Team had a great time at the Moorpark Tournament. They won the first game against Walnut, 15-2, with excellent pitching from Alison Yoon and Annie Monroe. The girls hit well with Dana Budzyn blashing a triple and Lauren Barsamian slugging two doubles. Marisa Wang had a great throw to Lauren Barsamian at home plate for the last out of the game. In the second game against Cypress, Dana Budzyn had a home run. The third game was against Antelope Valley and all the girls played well defensively.
SPORTS
July 5, 2007
La Cañada's 12U-Gold softball team qualified to play in the California State Games (Junior Olympics) with a fourth place finish out of 13 teams at the Amateur Softball Association's Southern California Western District tournament. On July 13, the team will travel to San Diego for the Regional "C" level championship tournament with teams from all over California. The event includes participating in opening ceremonies at Qualcomm Stadium with 25,000 other young athletes across many different sports.
NEWS
By Mary O'KeefeValley Sun | June 20, 2009
Two counts of murder have been filed against the driver of the runaway big rig that killed two people and injured a dozen others in La Canada Flintridge April 1. A Los Angeles County grand jury returned an indictment against big rig driver Marcos Costa on June 11; the decision was unsealed on Friday after Costa was arraigned in Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is being held on $2.09 million bail. According to reports, Costa pleaded not guilty to all charges including the two counts of murder, that had been added to the allegations of vehicle manslaughter and reckless driving that had been filed on April 3. Costa drove his big rig car carrier from Antelope Valley (14)
FEATURES
October 9, 2008
Hathaway - Sycamores hires former local La Cañada resident Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services announced the hiring of Robert F. Myers as its executive vice president of development. Myers is responsible for the verall leadership and management of the agency’s development, marketing and communication efforts. Myers began his career working for the Southern California Golf Association as a director in the membership and club relations department. While there he created the club delegate program to foster better communication between the association and its over 500 member clubs.
NEWS
By Jake Armstrong | December 16, 2004
In the wake of last week's deadly commuter van crash, family, friends and co-workers remembered the three women who lost their lives while authorities continue to investigate the cause of the wreck. One of the seven people injured when the 12-person van bound for Jet Propulsion Laboratory careened 300 feet off the side of Angeles Forest Highway last Wednesday remain in "serious, but stable" condition at Huntington Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said this week. A second victim, a female, was upgraded Tuesday from serious to fair condition, the spokeswoman said.
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By Charles Rich | December 17, 2009
For some time, Kenyatta Smith wondered if he would someday eclipse the 40-point mark in a game. The 6-foot-7-inch junior center has had several 30-point games during his successful career with the Flintridge Prep boys? basketball team, but hasn?t been able to crack 40 points. Smith will no longer have to wonder after turning in his best effort of his career. Smith finished with a career-high 42 points and added a game-best six blocks Friday night in Flintridge Prep?s 67-63 win against Antelope Valley on Friday night in the third-place game of the third annual Falcon Classic at Crescenta Valley High.
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NEWS
By Mary O'KeefeValley Sun | June 20, 2009
Two counts of murder have been filed against the driver of the runaway big rig that killed two people and injured a dozen others in La Canada Flintridge April 1. A Los Angeles County grand jury returned an indictment against big rig driver Marcos Costa on June 11; the decision was unsealed on Friday after Costa was arraigned in Los Angeles County Superior Court. He is being held on $2.09 million bail. According to reports, Costa pleaded not guilty to all charges including the two counts of murder, that had been added to the allegations of vehicle manslaughter and reckless driving that had been filed on April 3. Costa drove his big rig car carrier from Antelope Valley (14)
FEATURES
October 9, 2008
Hathaway - Sycamores hires former local La Cañada resident Hathaway-Sycamores Child and Family Services announced the hiring of Robert F. Myers as its executive vice president of development. Myers is responsible for the verall leadership and management of the agency’s development, marketing and communication efforts. Myers began his career working for the Southern California Golf Association as a director in the membership and club relations department. While there he created the club delegate program to foster better communication between the association and its over 500 member clubs.
SPORTS
September 11, 2008
Last Friday, La Cañada High football faced Antelope Valley in a scrimmage and ended up losing 14-0. La Cañada Valley Sun Sports Editor Seth Amitin got a chance to talk to Coach Rich Wheeler after the game, and here?s the interview: ? Valley Sun : ?Can you describe the game for me?? Coach Wheeler : ?It was rough, yeah. They scored twice, we didn?t score. They were a tougher team; they?re in a tougher league. They?re a tougher team, that?s why we played them.
NEWS
By Seth Amitin | July 17, 2008
Congratulations are due to the La Cañada 14-and-under girls? softball team, who beat five teams at the U14 Softball Double Elimination Championship held in Lancaster over the weekend. Facing Upland, the No. 1 seed from Northern California, in the first round, La Cañada won by mercy rule, 12-2, to advance. The Spartans then beat UC Del Sol, out of the San Diego district, Buena Park, the No. 1 seed out of Central California, and Antelope Valley, 3-1, 5-3 and 3-1 respectively.
SPORTS
July 5, 2007
La Cañada's 12U-Gold softball team qualified to play in the California State Games (Junior Olympics) with a fourth place finish out of 13 teams at the Amateur Softball Association's Southern California Western District tournament. On July 13, the team will travel to San Diego for the Regional "C" level championship tournament with teams from all over California. The event includes participating in opening ceremonies at Qualcomm Stadium with 25,000 other young athletes across many different sports.
SPORTS
July 6, 2006
The 10 and Under Girls Gold Tournament Team had a great time at the Moorpark Tournament. They won the first game against Walnut, 15-2, with excellent pitching from Alison Yoon and Annie Monroe. The girls hit well with Dana Budzyn blashing a triple and Lauren Barsamian slugging two doubles. Marisa Wang had a great throw to Lauren Barsamian at home plate for the last out of the game. In the second game against Cypress, Dana Budzyn had a home run. The third game was against Antelope Valley and all the girls played well defensively.
SPORTS
June 29, 2006
The 12 and Under Gold Softball team advanced to the finals of the Santa Paula Tournament, losing a hard fought battle to host Santa Paula, 7-5. This marked the first time any La Cañada Flintridge Tournament softball team has played in the finals of any tournament and many loyal fans were on hand to support the team. This strong showing follows a semifinal berth one week prior in Moorpark where the team went 3-0 in pool play, losing to Antelope Valley in the semi-finals, 8-4. The team will next compete in the District Tournament June 30 to July 2 where the top three teams in their age bracket continue to the State Championships in San Diego on July 14.
SPORTS
September 1, 2005
La Cañada High Varsity football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 7 p.m. . . . Junior varsity football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 6 p.m.; Thursday, Sept. 8 - Pomona there at 3:15 p.m. . . . Freshmen football - Friday, Sept. 2 - Antelope Valley at home (in scrimmage) at 5 p.m. . . . Boys' varsity water polo - Thursday, Sept. 8 - Royal there (in scrimmage). . . . Boys' freshmen/sophomore water polo - Thursday, Sept.
NEWS
By Jake Armstrong | December 16, 2004
In the wake of last week's deadly commuter van crash, family, friends and co-workers remembered the three women who lost their lives while authorities continue to investigate the cause of the wreck. One of the seven people injured when the 12-person van bound for Jet Propulsion Laboratory careened 300 feet off the side of Angeles Forest Highway last Wednesday remain in "serious, but stable" condition at Huntington Memorial Hospital, a hospital spokeswoman said this week. A second victim, a female, was upgraded Tuesday from serious to fair condition, the spokeswoman said.
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