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From Staff Reports | July 13, 2012
La Cañada High graduate Anton Arboleda fell Thursday in the round of 16 in the United States Public Links Championship at Soldier Hollow Golf Course in Midway, Utah. The 18th-seeded Arboleda, a former All-Area Boys' Golfer of the Year who now attends UCLA, lost to second-seeded T.J. Vogel, 3 and 2, in match play action. Earlier Thursday, Arboleda defeated Alex Williams, 6 and 5, in a round of 32 match. Arboleda began match play Wednesday, defeating Thomas O'Bryan, 6 and 4, on Wednesday.
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April 20, 2007
Letters to the Editor Appreciates Wildlife Regarding Mr. Viselli's letter last week ["Fear Not," Our Readers Write...or Wrong, April 12], I don't believe that it was said that I was "gripped by fear" when a bobcat walked into our back yard with me. We have lived in La Cañada for 50 years and shared the land with much wildlife, but this was the first bobcat, so yes, I was surprised to see it. My only concerns were for the two small neighbor cats that were also in the yard, so I stayed and we all spent about five minutes just looking at each other before the bobcat went on his way. I miss the bats we used to see flying around every single evening at dusk, and hearing the owls at night.
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By Olivia Smith | November 6, 2008
The 6th Annual International Yoga Asana Championship’s Southern California Regionals returned Saturday to the Lanterman Auditorium, drawing 26 competitors of all ages. “The purpose of these championships is to demonstrate and educate the general public as to the life-renewing benefits of yoga,” said Rose Malmberg, owner of Bikram Yoga La Cañada and host of the event. This year’s Regionals was marked by a confidence that one day Hatha Yoga—that is yoga done as exercise—will one day be an Olympic event, on par with gymnastics.
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December 19, 2009
Today 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep girls? water polo hosts La Salle. 3:30 p.m. La Cañada boys? soccer hosts Maranatha. 4:40 p.m. La Cañada girls? water polo plays San Gorgonio at Rowland High in Ayala Tourney. 5 p.m. Flintridge Prep girls? basketball hosts Providence. 7 p.m. Flintridge Sacred Heart girls? soccer visits Maranatha. 8 p.m. La Cañada boys? basketball hosts Village Christian in La Cañada Classic. ? Friday TBA ?
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April 14, 2005
July 28, 1947 to April 6, 2005 Sarah A. Loftus, daughter of Frances Ann and John M. "Johnnie" Eckstein, passed away at her home in La Crescenta on April 6, 2005 after a long and courageous battle with breast cancer. Surviving are two brothers, Don of Fort Worth, Texas, and Mike of Jasper, Ind., and a sister, Mary Rollins of Huntingburg, Ind. Also surviving is her longtime companion of 18 years, Gary Stibal of La Cañada Flintridge, six nephews and nieces and one great-grandniece.
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December 24, 2009
Sacred Heart improves to 4-1 Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy?s soccer team defeated El Cajon Christian, 2-1, on Tuesday, finishing a two-day San Diego trip with a win. The Tologs (2-1) got a match-winning goal from Breeana Koemans on a direct kick with 11 minutes left in the match. Sacred Heart?s first goal came from Katie Johnson off a Krista Meaglia assist. ? Spartans get fourth at Arroyo La Cañada girls? basketball came in fourth place at the Arroyo Tournament after suffering a loss at the hands of Division III rival Notre Dame.
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By Gabriel Rizk | April 16, 2009
On the strength of his statistics alone, Eric Verso was a leading candidate for the All-Area Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year even before the CIF postseason began. His flawless performance in the CIF Southern Section Division I and Division II Southern California Regional Championships postseason cemented that status in the minds of the sportswriters and editors of the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader, and La Cañada Valley Sun, who voted unanimously to grant the sophomore St. Francis High forward the top All-Area honor.
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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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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | July 8, 2012
It took a few years for Joseph Del Fierro to realize what kind of future his son Jason had in golf. Jason picked up the game of golf at 8 years old and within a year he began winning tournaments. It was when he sank a hole-in-one, beat his coach and won a First Tee Tournament at age 10 that his dad realized Jason had a special skill. "I was amazed with how quick he got so good," Joseph said. "After he won [the First Tee Tournament] I thought I should get serious about his golf.
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From Staff Reports | July 13, 2012
La Cañada High graduate Anton Arboleda fell Thursday in the round of 16 in the United States Public Links Championship at Soldier Hollow Golf Course in Midway, Utah. The 18th-seeded Arboleda, a former All-Area Boys' Golfer of the Year who now attends UCLA, lost to second-seeded T.J. Vogel, 3 and 2, in match play action. Earlier Thursday, Arboleda defeated Alex Williams, 6 and 5, in a round of 32 match. Arboleda began match play Wednesday, defeating Thomas O'Bryan, 6 and 4, on Wednesday.
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By Olivia Smith | November 6, 2008
The 6th Annual International Yoga Asana Championship’s Southern California Regionals returned Saturday to the Lanterman Auditorium, drawing 26 competitors of all ages. “The purpose of these championships is to demonstrate and educate the general public as to the life-renewing benefits of yoga,” said Rose Malmberg, owner of Bikram Yoga La Cañada and host of the event. This year’s Regionals was marked by a confidence that one day Hatha Yoga—that is yoga done as exercise—will one day be an Olympic event, on par with gymnastics.
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April 20, 2007
Letters to the Editor Appreciates Wildlife Regarding Mr. Viselli's letter last week ["Fear Not," Our Readers Write...or Wrong, April 12], I don't believe that it was said that I was "gripped by fear" when a bobcat walked into our back yard with me. We have lived in La Cañada for 50 years and shared the land with much wildlife, but this was the first bobcat, so yes, I was surprised to see it. My only concerns were for the two small neighbor cats that were also in the yard, so I stayed and we all spent about five minutes just looking at each other before the bobcat went on his way. I miss the bats we used to see flying around every single evening at dusk, and hearing the owls at night.
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