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November 1, 2007
All the La Cañada Gladiator youth football teams played the Pasadena Panthers last weekend at John Muir High School. JR. GREMILN GOLD The Gold team played on Saturday and everyone in attendance saw one of the most exciting games to be played at this level all season. The Gladiators began the game with a lot of intensity and set the tone early with a long run from scrimmage by Mitchell Espinosa . Behind the great blocking of Ethan De la Cruz, Drake Taylor, Theo Chamberlain, Michael Doud and Tyler Breneman , quarterback Jason Rowton was able to lead the offense on multiple drives all morning.
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October 8, 2009
Jr. Gremlin (Teams do not officially keep score) On Sunday morning at the Jess Gonzalez Sports Complex in Rosemead, the La Cañada Gladiators Junior Gremlin team faced off against the Rosemead Rebels. The Gladiator lineup of Andrew Sharman, Emmet Hurley, Adam Crawford, Austin Heberger, Cayden Smith, Max Nelson, Dylan McGoldrick, Ronald Shin, Adam Griffen, Matthew Bannick, Ryan Gonzalez, John Lytle, Charlie Stewart, Corey Koehler, Benjamin Ahn, Jonathan Ahn, Brian Harley, Mitchell Frus, Devin Mathews and Thomas McConnell together showed their might at Rosemead Sunday morning.
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By Ralph Saenz | September 23, 2004
What a difference a year makes. Last season, the Flintridge Prep Rebels made a brief stop in Oxnard, while on their way to the CIF Division XIII championship, to pound Santa Clara High, 41-8. This year, minus several key starters who were lost to graduation, Prep struggled in its home opener against the Saints last Saturday and the outcome was still in doubt with less than a minute to go in the contest. But, the Prep defense, which always seems to rise to the occasion when the offense doesn't, gave the Rebels the edge they needed and they squeezed by Santa Clara, 12-8, to even their preseason record at 1-1. Prep hopes to improve its record when the team travels to Birmingham High in Van Nuys on Saturday to play Campbell Hall in a 7 p.m. game.
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January 19, 2006
Ten Years Ago ... Three former La Cañada High School start athletes were inducted into the school's Hall of Fame. Kris Puttler (volleyball, '88), Chris Jones (basketball, '89) and Billy Koury (baseball, '89) joined 41 other LCHS graduates who had received the athletic honor. Twenty Years Ago ... Members of the City Council learned that a two percent reduction in the County Forester and Fire Warden Dept. would translate into one less engine company at Fire Station 82 in La Cañada Flintridge for a four-month period in early 1986.
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By Ralph Saenz | September 9, 2004
When asked how he thought the Flintridge Prep Rebels were going to follow up their CIF Division XIII championship season this year, Head Coach Marty Konrad made one statement that pretty much sums up the team's situation for 2004. "We needs lots of help from the guy upstairs," the coach said and he wasn't referring to Prep's headmaster. Trying to field a team that will have just one returning starter on offense and three returning players on defense will mostly likely require divine intervention and a lot of luck.
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By Timithie Gould | December 13, 2007
The La Cañada boys? soccer team hosted Arcadia last week and despite several good chances to score, came away with a 2-1 loss to the Pacific League visitor. The Spartans struggled early on with passing errors and though their defense got two solid off-sides traps, Arcadia managed to run through the backfield to score twice in the first quarter. ?Arcadia is the best team we have played so far,? said Spartan Head Coach Jordan Jones. ?They are athletic and fast, probably better than most teams in our Rio Hondo League.
SPORTS
October 27, 2005
by Kevin Lacey The La Cañada Gladiators' Pee Wees team dropped to 4-2 with a tough 38-24 loss to the visiting Duarte Hawks on Sunday at La Cañada High. The offense was lead by the hard running of fullback Michael Singelyn, who scored one touchdown, and tailback Glen Dudley. Quarterback Jack Payton threw for more than 100 yards, including a 50-yard scoring pass to wide receiver Chris Petito. Paton also scored a TD on a quarterback sneak. On defense, Phil Gandara had an interception.
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October 8, 2009
Jr. Gremlin (Teams do not officially keep score) On Sunday morning at the Jess Gonzalez Sports Complex in Rosemead, the La Cañada Gladiators Junior Gremlin team faced off against the Rosemead Rebels. The Gladiator lineup of Andrew Sharman, Emmet Hurley, Adam Crawford, Austin Heberger, Cayden Smith, Max Nelson, Dylan McGoldrick, Ronald Shin, Adam Griffen, Matthew Bannick, Ryan Gonzalez, John Lytle, Charlie Stewart, Corey Koehler, Benjamin Ahn, Jonathan Ahn, Brian Harley, Mitchell Frus, Devin Mathews and Thomas McConnell together showed their might at Rosemead Sunday morning.
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November 1, 2007
All the La Cañada Gladiator youth football teams played the Pasadena Panthers last weekend at John Muir High School. JR. GREMILN GOLD The Gold team played on Saturday and everyone in attendance saw one of the most exciting games to be played at this level all season. The Gladiators began the game with a lot of intensity and set the tone early with a long run from scrimmage by Mitchell Espinosa . Behind the great blocking of Ethan De la Cruz, Drake Taylor, Theo Chamberlain, Michael Doud and Tyler Breneman , quarterback Jason Rowton was able to lead the offense on multiple drives all morning.
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