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By Seth Amitin | July 10, 2008
The La Cañada 14-and-under girls? softball club went undefeated on its way to winning the ASA ?C? Division Western District title in Oxnard over the weekend. The victory solidified their spot in the state championship tournament this weekend. The girls? team beat Oxnard in the semifinals, 8-2, and took down Ojai Valley in the finals, 6-2, for the district crown. ?We have a very solid team this year,? Coach Scott Cox said. ?Our team?s pitching was very strong and our bats came alive this weekend.
SPORTS
February 9, 2006
La Cañada varsity wrestlers who qualify were given permission by the La Cañada Unified School District Board of Governors to attend the CIF Individual Wrestling Finals next week at La Quinta High. The board, at its meeting on Tuesday night, approved 5-0 to allow the athletes to attend the two-day event. The students will leave next Thursday from LCHS at 7 p.m. and reach La Quinta three hours later. The Spartans will begin competition next Friday with an 8 a.m. weigh in. Matches will start at noon and the wrestler will return to their hotel rooms 11 hours later.
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By Jonathan Raber | July 26, 2007
While it's hard to say that one play won or lost the game, it was one play that turned the tide against the Crescenta Valley Major Baseball All-Stars. The play was a groundball in the fifth inning hit directly to Crescenta Valley second baseman Corey Tavizon, who attempted to tag the Claremont runner on his way to second base. The umpire ruled there was no tag applied and the inning continued with no outs and two runners on base. Claremont would use the boost to score five runs in the frame and hold on for a 9-3 victory in the winner's bracket of the North Sub-Divisional on Tuesday in La Mirada.
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July 8, 2004
Led by the pitching of Cole Kendall and a high-powered offense which collected 13 hits, including three home runs, High Temp Medals defeated Landry's Sporting Goods, 12-6, to win the Little League Baseball Tri-Cities Tournament of Champions at Babe Herman Field in Glendale on June 28. High Temp, who finished the season with a 25-3 record, became the 10th Crescenta Valley Little League team in 13 years to capture Tri-Cities, a double elimination tournament...
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July 19, 2007
La Cañada's 12U-Gold softball team ended its tournament season with a remarkable show of strength and endurance to finish second in the Amateur Softball Association's Pacific Regional Championship Tournament at San Diego. In the three-day double-elimination tournament, sponsored by the U.S. Olympic Committee, La Cañada entered the loser bracket in the second round but responded by winning six consecutive games ? including four wins in back-to-back time slots on the final day to take the silver medal.
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July 28, 2005
The La Cañada/La Crescenta Under 14 Girls All Star Softball Team, enjoying one of its best seasons in a decade, finished in the top six at the California State Championship Softball Tournament in San Diego July 15-17. The team complied a 3-2 record in the tournament, including two thrilling come-from-behind victories, and is 10-5 overall. The best players from both the La Cañada Junior Baseball/Softball Association and the Crescenta Sports Association made up the 14-member squad.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | February 24, 2012
Getting to the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet is no easy task and it only gets harder advancing through to the CIF State Tournament. Both La Cañada High's Marty Vardanian and South Pasadena's Ned Estrada were unable to advance to the second day of Masters and saw their seasons come to an end as a result Friday at Temecula Valley High. "The Masters tournament, they call it the 'Meat Grinder'," Tigers Coach Al Shuton said. "They call it that for a reason because that's where all five divisions and all five champions meet.
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By Nicholas Louie | June 19, 2008
The first race of the Ninth Annual Greater Los Angeles Soap Box Derby didn’t begin until 10 a.m., but volunteers had been setting up long before then, the bulk of setup occurring since 7 that morning. Different local groups volunteered a hand to pull the derby together. The Flintridge Prep Key Club arrived early to sell morning pastries and coffee. Boy Scout Troop 502 kept lanes clear by towing cars in after they crossed the finish line. And the St. Francis High School football team loaded and unloaded cars onto a trailer that ferried cars up and down the hill.
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By Seth Amitin | July 10, 2008
The La Cañada 14-and-under girls? softball club went undefeated on its way to winning the ASA ?C? Division Western District title in Oxnard over the weekend. The victory solidified their spot in the state championship tournament this weekend. The girls? team beat Oxnard in the semifinals, 8-2, and took down Ojai Valley in the finals, 6-2, for the district crown. ?We have a very solid team this year,? Coach Scott Cox said. ?Our team?s pitching was very strong and our bats came alive this weekend.
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