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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | January 13, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team opened Mission League play on Jan. 5 with a 4-1 win at home against Alemany. The biggest obstacle for the Tologs was the condition of their home field. The constant rain earlier in the week almost made the field unplayable. Sacred Heart opened the scoring when Courtney West threaded her way through the Alemany defenders and scored in the 26th minute. She then followed it up with a second goal three minutes later when Hannah Hand fed her a pass on an errant Alemany goal kick.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | December 23, 2004
In his pep talk before the nonleague home match against Crescenta Valley on Monday afternoon, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer co-coach Frank Pace told his players, "We're a big game for these teams. Everyone targets us." That was in evidence on the field as the Tologs battled the Falcons in a scoreless tussle until the 80th minute when CV junior Lizzy Villa fired a corner kick that was mishandled by Sacred Heart goalkeeper Cissy Butler, giving the Falcons the 1-0 win. The Tologs fell to 7-1-1 while the Falcons improved to 3-6-2.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 15, 2010
There was a feeling-out period for both teams to begin Friday night’s CIF Southern California Regional Championships Division III girls’ soccer title game between Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Francis Parker. But there was nothing ginger or tentative about the 63 minutes of physical, grinding soccer that followed the game’s only three goals scored. At times simply a stalemate between Sacred Heart’s uncharacteristic, long-kicking, frenetic style and Francis Parker’s methodical, bruising approach, the latter 3/4 of the match saw the Tologs toughen up and hang on for a 2-1 victory at Warren High in Downey, clinching the first-ever regional crown in program history.
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By Grant Gordon | April 22, 2010
With the season seemingly at its ending point, hope was in short supply for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team when a familiar foe had thoroughly outplayed the host Tologs to the tune of a two-goal halftime lead. No team all season had come close to dominating the Tologs as Saugus had during the first half of the CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinals. And, despite her overwhelming talents and stature on the team, junior defender Natalie Zeenni always shied away from a leadership role.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | February 6, 2014
Frank Pace was the frenzy in a pair of slacks and dress shoes. Kathy Desmond was the quiet one in a hoodie, shorts and sneakers. Together, they were architects of the most successful girls' soccer program in area chronicle. Desmond and Pace didn't begin their time at Flintridge Sacred Heart together, nor did they end it that way. But on Saturday, once again together, they will be enshrined as the first coaches in the school's athletic hall of fame. “They're of utmost deserving,” says Stephanie Contreras, the FSHA athletic director.
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July 28, 2010
Several La Cañada High School special education students, upset that their teacher, Frank Pace, was being transferred to Foothills School, staged a walking protest on Foothill Boulevard.   Twenty Years Ago Foothills resident Mary Pinola was named a "Dodger Hero" by the Los Angeles Dodgers in pre-game ceremonies. She was given the honor for her volunteer activities, including serving on a committee that raised funds for stadium seating at CV High School and handling community relations for Verdugo Hills Hospital.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | December 16, 2004
Coming into this season Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer coaches Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond had high expectations for the girls' soccer program. In an early test of those expectations last Saturday, the Tologs played undefeated host Don Lugo in the championship game of the Don Lugo Holiday Classic soccer tournament in Chino. The Tologs defeated the Division I Conquistadors 5-4 on penalty kicks to win the Lugo Tournament, their first in regular season school history, and to improve to 5-0-1 for the season.
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February 8, 2014
Following a report of a car careening off the side of the Angeles Crest Highway on Friday night, a second car was reported to have swerved about 30 feet over the side of the connector from the 210 east to the Angeles Crest Highway this morning, according to the California Highway Patrol. [UPDATE 11:20 a.m.] The California Highway Patrol received a call shortly after 11 a.m. about a sports car that went over the side of the connector. The parties were out of the vehicle. On Friday night, a driver and two passengers were transported to hospitals for minor injuries after their car swerved about 150 feet off the Angeles Crest Highway at 9 p.m. on Friday, according to the California Highway Patrol.
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January 21, 2010
Tologs? nonleague contest rained out The lone contest in town Monday was scheduled to feature the Flintridge Sacred Heat Academy soccer team against Alverno at Glendale Community College. However, heavy rains and wind forced the match to be postponed. Flintridge Sacred Heart co-Coach Frank Pace said the game was called nearly 30 minutes before the 1 p.m. starting time. ?The field is too wet and it?s holding water,? said Pace, whose team is 10-1-2. ?The corners of the field and the sidelines are flooding and it?
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By Grant Gordon | March 25, 2010
With the unprecedented success of the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team?s past season, unprecedented accolades have come as well. Five Tologs ? Natalie Zeenni, Katie Johnson, Breeana Koemans, Alexa Montgomery and Sarah Teegarden ? were selected to the All-CIF Southern Section Division II squad, which was announced on Monday. ?I?m excited for the kids,? said Tologs co-Coach Frank Pace. ?Five kids to make All-CIF is pretty great.? Zeenni and Rose Johnson were both selected last season, while Sacred Heart?
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | February 6, 2014
Frank Pace was the frenzy in a pair of slacks and dress shoes. Kathy Desmond was the quiet one in a hoodie, shorts and sneakers. Together, they were architects of the most successful girls' soccer program in area chronicle. Desmond and Pace didn't begin their time at Flintridge Sacred Heart together, nor did they end it that way. But on Saturday, once again together, they will be enshrined as the first coaches in the school's athletic hall of fame. “They're of utmost deserving,” says Stephanie Contreras, the FSHA athletic director.
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By Grant Gordon | April 22, 2010
With the season seemingly at its ending point, hope was in short supply for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team when a familiar foe had thoroughly outplayed the host Tologs to the tune of a two-goal halftime lead. No team all season had come close to dominating the Tologs as Saugus had during the first half of the CIF Southern Section Division II quarterfinals. And, despite her overwhelming talents and stature on the team, junior defender Natalie Zeenni always shied away from a leadership role.
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By Gabriel Rizk | March 15, 2010
There was a feeling-out period for both teams to begin Friday night’s CIF Southern California Regional Championships Division III girls’ soccer title game between Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Francis Parker. But there was nothing ginger or tentative about the 63 minutes of physical, grinding soccer that followed the game’s only three goals scored. At times simply a stalemate between Sacred Heart’s uncharacteristic, long-kicking, frenetic style and Francis Parker’s methodical, bruising approach, the latter 3/4 of the match saw the Tologs toughen up and hang on for a 2-1 victory at Warren High in Downey, clinching the first-ever regional crown in program history.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | January 13, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team opened Mission League play on Jan. 5 with a 4-1 win at home against Alemany. The biggest obstacle for the Tologs was the condition of their home field. The constant rain earlier in the week almost made the field unplayable. Sacred Heart opened the scoring when Courtney West threaded her way through the Alemany defenders and scored in the 26th minute. She then followed it up with a second goal three minutes later when Hannah Hand fed her a pass on an errant Alemany goal kick.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | December 23, 2004
In his pep talk before the nonleague home match against Crescenta Valley on Monday afternoon, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer co-coach Frank Pace told his players, "We're a big game for these teams. Everyone targets us." That was in evidence on the field as the Tologs battled the Falcons in a scoreless tussle until the 80th minute when CV junior Lizzy Villa fired a corner kick that was mishandled by Sacred Heart goalkeeper Cissy Butler, giving the Falcons the 1-0 win. The Tologs fell to 7-1-1 while the Falcons improved to 3-6-2.
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