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.
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.
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.
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.
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)
June 29, 2012
There were certainly a few surprises that took place during the Prep League softball season and those unexpected successes were highlighted within the league's awards. Flintridge Prep, Mayfield School, Pasadena Poly and Westridge each earned acclaim that included Cubs junior catcher Mireya Hernandez taking home the most valuable player award and Panthers senior hurler Heather Choi being named the league's pitcher of the year. "The goal every year is to win league and I thought we could do it," Panthers Coach Santee Vallejo said.
April 3, 2008
BRONCO Mets 6, Angels 3 The Mets improved to 4-1 with a 6-3 victory over a talented Angels team. Jacob Yonan picked up his fourth win, striking out seven and giving up only three hits. Clay Smith and Sean Bird closed out the game, with Smith getting the hold and Bird notching his third save. He also had a RBI single. Smith walked three times and scored; Yonan singled in a run, walked and scored; Zach Johnson singled twice and had an RBI; Matt Lunde knocked in a run; Henry Rowe singled and scored; Brian Williams got on base twice; and Justin Hamm walked and scored.