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February 2, 2006
Andrew Beck, a star player on Flintridge Prep's boys' varsity basketball team, is one of 80 Southern California high school students who have been nominated for the 2006 McDonald's All-American High School Basketball Team. The 80 students are among the top 1,500 male and 1,000 female prep basketball players from throughout the nation who have received the nominations for excelling both on and off the basketball court. From the 2,500 nominees, selected by the McDonald's All-American Basketball Team Selection Committee, 24 finalists will be chosen for positions on either the men's or women's 2006 McDonald's All American High School Basketball Team.
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By Ruth Longoria | January 17, 2008
The La Cañada Flintridge Skate Park on Cornishon Avenue is expected to see small but substantial improvements in coming months as new ramps are added and the ground resurfaced. All this without crowding out the adjoining public basketball court, which also will be resurfaced and re-striped as part of a city planned capital improvement project. The project will cost about $174,000 and is expected to be paid for through state grant funds, said Carl Alameda, management analyst for the city of La Cañada Flintridge.
SPORTS
August 26, 2004
Local basketball coach Robert Icart has developed a year-round program for the Basketball Training Institute that gives players ages 8 and older the opportunity to join skills clinics, try out for competitive travel teams or both. The program is scheduled to begin on Saturday, Sept. 11, with sign ups for the clinics and try outs for the teams, at the Pasadena Boys and Girls Club, 2020 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. "Success on the court starts with practicing fundamental skills.
SPORTS
By Jeff Tully and Seth Amitin | April 30, 2009
Shelley Gupilan doesn?t fist pump after a key play or pop her jersey when she makes a big basket. She never yells at teammates or taunts opponents. She also never hangs her head or sulks when she makes a mistake. Gupilan?s lack of emotion on the basketball court doesn?t mean she?s complacent when it comes to her dedication to the game ? or her teammates. While many players wear their emotions on their sleave, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High senior keeps hers tucked neatly inside her Guards jersey.
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September 2, 2004
Custard yellow paint will not erase my experience in the LCHS art program, the friends I had there, the confidence and joy it gave me then and still gives me today, and most of all the remarkable and significant imprint Karen Mealiffe left on my life. That cannot and will not be destroyed by custard yellow paint. Mr. Leininger, your actions were thoughtless and de-meaning. If you have any real interest in your students you will give that wall back to the art department and let them rebuild what you obliterated.
FEATURES
September 13, 2007
Longtime La Cañadan Mary Pinola will be honored when the board of directors of the Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge hosts its 7th annual Fall Fiesta on Oct. 12 at the Community Center, 4469 Chevy Chase Drive. Pinola will be presented the Smitty Award, named in honor of Gilbert H. Smith, a beloved former director of the Center, which was for many years known as the Youth House. The event will begin at 6:30 p.m. and will include margaritas and appetizers on the patio area, which will be decorated to depict a Spanish hacienda.
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By Mary O'Keefe | March 25, 2004
Clark Magnet High School Robotics Team brought home a second place victory from the Arizona Regional Competition in Phoenix last weekend. Robotics team leader, math teacher Charles DeVore said, "I am pleased with the good result." He added that he is looking forward to the day it takes first place. DeVore said the team had some mechanical and electrical problems, but "that happens to the best of teams." In addition to winning second place the Clark team was also given the "Gracious Professionalism and Sportsmanship Award" because it allowed a competing team to enter the field after its time had expired.
BUSINESS
November 9, 2006
This wonderful home is located in a popular neighborhood on one of La Cañada's most desirable streets. Walk through the open entranceway and step down to the bright formal living room with a hardwood floor, soaring vaulted ceiling and a delightful fireplace through to the formal dining room. Next to the dining room is the gourmet kitchen with built in Sub-Zero refrigerator/freezer, granite countertops, trash compactor, gas cook top, central island, breakfast bar and walk-in pantry.
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By Jeff Tully and Seth Amitin | April 30, 2009
Shelley Gupilan doesn?t fist pump after a key play or pop her jersey when she makes a big basket. She never yells at teammates or taunts opponents. She also never hangs her head or sulks when she makes a mistake. Gupilan?s lack of emotion on the basketball court doesn?t mean she?s complacent when it comes to her dedication to the game ? or her teammates. While many players wear their emotions on their sleave, the Bellarmine-Jefferson High senior keeps hers tucked neatly inside her Guards jersey.
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By Ruth Longoria | January 17, 2008
The La Cañada Flintridge Skate Park on Cornishon Avenue is expected to see small but substantial improvements in coming months as new ramps are added and the ground resurfaced. All this without crowding out the adjoining public basketball court, which also will be resurfaced and re-striped as part of a city planned capital improvement project. The project will cost about $174,000 and is expected to be paid for through state grant funds, said Carl Alameda, management analyst for the city of La Cañada Flintridge.
SPORTS
February 2, 2006
Andrew Beck, a star player on Flintridge Prep's boys' varsity basketball team, is one of 80 Southern California high school students who have been nominated for the 2006 McDonald's All-American High School Basketball Team. The 80 students are among the top 1,500 male and 1,000 female prep basketball players from throughout the nation who have received the nominations for excelling both on and off the basketball court. From the 2,500 nominees, selected by the McDonald's All-American Basketball Team Selection Committee, 24 finalists will be chosen for positions on either the men's or women's 2006 McDonald's All American High School Basketball Team.
SPORTS
August 26, 2004
Local basketball coach Robert Icart has developed a year-round program for the Basketball Training Institute that gives players ages 8 and older the opportunity to join skills clinics, try out for competitive travel teams or both. The program is scheduled to begin on Saturday, Sept. 11, with sign ups for the clinics and try outs for the teams, at the Pasadena Boys and Girls Club, 2020 N. Fair Oaks Ave., Pasadena. "Success on the court starts with practicing fundamental skills.
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