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May 28, 2009
Baseball Babe Ruth A?s 18, Cubs 5 The A?s finished the regular season in fine style, beating the Cubs 18-5, and extending their winning streak to three. Tommy Bartholetti got the win, and Bryant Lew and Helio Higley combined to close out the game. Bartholetti also clubbed a grand slam and scored four runs; Lew slugged his second homer in as many games and scored three times; Henry Rowe had two hits and scored three times; Ryan Gosselin singled, had two rbi, and scooped out two one-hoppers at first to save two runs; Collin Ramani singled and scored and played flawless second base.
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NEWS
By Grant Gordon News-Press | January 31, 2008
A ?big win? was the phrase most used after St. Francis High dispatched rival Loyola, 2-0, in a Mission League match on Monday afternoon at Loyola High. It was a big win because any time the Golden Knights best their rivals, it?s big. It was big because it marked a season sweep for St. Francis against Loyola, swinging the tide of the rivalry the Golden Knights? way for the first time in a while. Perhaps it was biggest, though, because it set the stage for St. Francis? showdown on Wednesday against Crespi.
NEWS
May 22, 2008
Babe Ruth Dodgers 11, Red Sox 5 The teams played this game over two separate days. The Dodgers, having only nine healthy players, had a tough third inning defensively but came back strongly in the fourth inning ? batting through more than the order. Brian Streeter had one of his best games ever, with two fine at-bats. ? Angels 16, Cubs 4 The Cubs got smoked by the Angels. Eleven errors in the first three innings doomed them. Weak hitting eliminated any hopes of a comeback.
SPORTS
By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | February 6, 2014
PASADENA - Once up by as many as 16 points, the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team found itself in a fight late at Mayfield Senior School. Fortunately for the visiting Rebels, they played well enough on defense and hit their free throws to repel the Cubs for a 55-47 Prep League victory Thursday evening. “For us, it starts with defense and creating pressure,” Rebels co-Coach Kevin Kiyomura said. “There are going to be nights, especially on the road, where our shots don't fall.
SPORTS
April 19, 2007
BRONCO DIVISION Red Sox 6, White Sox 0 The Red Sox outlasted the White Sox in this hotly-contested game at Cornishon. Cole Ramseyer, Tommy Bartholetti and George Steckbeck out-dueled two excellent White Sox pitchers, Brink and Schiller, and the team mustered just enough offense to prevail. Bartholetti had a double, single and RBI; Ramseyer singled and scored; Tyler Adams and Zach Johnson each singled in key runs; David Bywater singled and scored; and Ryan Gosselin had what proved to be the game-winning RBI, scoring the speedy Steckbeck after he had doubled to lead off the bottom of the fifth.
SPORTS
May 6, 2004
Giants-Dodgers The Giants came back after being down by 5 runs, then held on for a thrilling 12-11 win. David Lee and Eric Smith pitched their way through the jams, with Smith getting the win. Leading the offense were William Roeder (two hits, including a key double while driving in three runs), Chris Clary (two hits, including a home run and a triple, and three runs scored), John Borlund (two hits, including a double and a triple), Eric Smith (three hits and three runs scored)
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