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May 15, 2008
With the sun shining in through the windows at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach on Saturday, the Tologs shined right back. Flintridge Sacred Heart?s run to the CIF Southern Section Division II finals ended on Saturday with a third place finish for the Tologs. Things got off to a good start for Sacred Heart in the first event of the day, the girls? 200-yard medley relay. A swift first leg by sophomore Briana Swinney had the Tologs in second place while sophomore Andrea Kropp and senior Beth Strub continued that pace in the second and third legs.
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 10, 2010
The La Cañada High girls' team's strength and weaknesses flip-flopped at the Rio Hondo League Tournament Nov. 3-4 at Live Oak Park in Temple City. Doubles play, the backbone for the Spartans this year, was disappointing for La Cañada, as just one team advancing out of the first round. Meanwhile, each singles player won her first match. The final two players in the singles and doubles sections of the tournament advanced to CIF Southern Section individual competition. Missy Antonopolis and Sydney Fischel, the Spartans' top doubles team, were the closest to qualifying, finishing in fourth place out of 15 teams.
SPORTS
February 16, 2006
Topping host Claremont Webb School, 58-32, last Thursday, resulted in the Flintridge Prep girls' varsity basketball team winning its 12th consecutive Prep League contest. The Rebels, who have already won their fifth straight league championship, improved to 19-4 overall and finished 12-0 in league. Prep, which is ranked seventh in the final SCIBCA Girls Basketball Top 10 Polls for Division IV-A, will host Calabasas Viewpoint, which took third in the Liberty League, in a first round lower bracket game today (Thursday)
SPORTS
May 6, 2004
The Flintridge Prep boys' varsity swim team did well enough in last Saturday's Prep League preliminaries at El Camino College to be the projected league champion in Tuesday's league final. The girls' teams, also competing in the league preliminaries on Saturday, didn't do as well and weren't projected to capture the league crown. Although results were not available at press time, The boys' team was projected to be the winner with 302 points, nearly 40 points more than the projected second place team, and last year's champion, Claremont Webb.
SPORTS
By Mark Gero | February 16, 2006
The La Cañada girls' varsity basketball team won its 20th game of the season last Thursday with a 57-37 victory over host Temple City in the final regular Rio Hondo League contest this year and clinched a share of the league title with Monrovia. The Spartans, who improved to 20-5 overall and finished 9-1 in league, won the coin toss to enter the CIF playoffs as the top seed in their league. They received a bye in today's (Thursday) Division III-AA first round upper bracket play.
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SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | November 10, 2010
The La Cañada High girls' team's strength and weaknesses flip-flopped at the Rio Hondo League Tournament Nov. 3-4 at Live Oak Park in Temple City. Doubles play, the backbone for the Spartans this year, was disappointing for La Cañada, as just one team advancing out of the first round. Meanwhile, each singles player won her first match. The final two players in the singles and doubles sections of the tournament advanced to CIF Southern Section individual competition. Missy Antonopolis and Sydney Fischel, the Spartans' top doubles team, were the closest to qualifying, finishing in fourth place out of 15 teams.
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NEWS
May 15, 2008
With the sun shining in through the windows at Belmont Plaza in Long Beach on Saturday, the Tologs shined right back. Flintridge Sacred Heart?s run to the CIF Southern Section Division II finals ended on Saturday with a third place finish for the Tologs. Things got off to a good start for Sacred Heart in the first event of the day, the girls? 200-yard medley relay. A swift first leg by sophomore Briana Swinney had the Tologs in second place while sophomore Andrea Kropp and senior Beth Strub continued that pace in the second and third legs.
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