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October 2, 2008
Jr. Gremlin (Teams do not officially keep score) The Jr. Gremlins arrived at Temple City High School on Sunday morning, eager to square off against the Temple City Rams. The Offense drove the ball effectively behind quarterbacks Jake George and Chris Wood. The offensive lineman (Ian Goodstein, Cameron Melilo, Miles Haxton, Will Stewart and Jack Schwaiger) did a good job keeping the Rams behind the line of scrimmage and opening holes for running backs Ronald Shin and Adam Crawford.
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October 6, 2010
Flag Football La Cañada Junior Gremlins-Gold vs. Arcadia Indians (no score is kept): Bennett Oakes came out ready to lead the Gladiators on both sides of the ball in the team's third game of the 2010 season. Oakes, the Gladiator quarterback, completed a pass to Valentine Nunez in the third quarter for a gain of 10 yards, but the Gladiators were unable to score on the drive. Oakes proved he was an all-around player, playing strongly on defense, pulling a flag, coming up with an interception and batting down an Arcadia pass.
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October 29, 2009
Jr. Gremlin (Teams do not officially keep score) On Sunday morning at Temple City High School the La Cañada Gladiators Junior Gremlin team squared off against the always tough Temple City Rams. The La Cañada Junior Gremlin Team of of Andrew Sharman, Emmet Hurley, Adam Crawford, Austin Heberger, Cayden Smith, Max Nelson, Dylan McGoldrick, Ronald Shin, Adam Griffin, Matthew Bannick, Ryan Gonzalez, John Lytle, Charlie Stewart, Corey Koehler, Benjamin Ahn, Jonathan Ahn, Brian Harley, Mitchell Frus, Devin Mathews, and Thomas McConnell set the bar high on their first offensive play of the game when Crawford ran for a touchdown.
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October 13, 2010
La Cañada High parking lot sale A parking-lot sale to benefit improvements to La Cañada High's swimming pool will be held from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday in the school's pool-area parking lot (4463 Oak Grove Dr.). The sale is sponsored by La Cañada water polo parents. Results from the La Cañada Gremlins youth football program. Flag Football La Cañada Jr. Gremlins–Gold vs. Duarte Hawks (no score is kept): The Gladiators came out ready to play Saturday, holding the Hawks scoreless on their first drive and scoring on their own. La Cañada's touchdown came when running back Matthew Banich ran it in. The team's defense held up its end, keeping the Hawks off the board the entire first quarter, as Jordan Hershman ran down a Duarte player who had a clear path to the end zone to save a touchdown.
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October 2, 2008
Jr. Gremlin (Teams do not officially keep score) The Jr. Gremlins arrived at Temple City High School on Sunday morning, eager to square off against the Temple City Rams. The Offense drove the ball effectively behind quarterbacks Jake George and Chris Wood. The offensive lineman (Ian Goodstein, Cameron Melilo, Miles Haxton, Will Stewart and Jack Schwaiger) did a good job keeping the Rams behind the line of scrimmage and opening holes for running backs Ronald Shin and Adam Crawford.
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