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By Parimal M. Rohit | February 28, 2008
The Spartans had to beat Campbell Hall on Tuesday to advance to the CIF-Southern Section Division III-AA Finals. Unfortunately that task proved too daunting and the Vikings sent the Spartans on an early holiday in the semifinal game at Harvard-Westlake, as UCLA-bound Jrue Holiday paced host Campbell Hall to an 81-47 victory. The loss comes off the heels of the fifth-seeded Spartans? victory over the third-seeded Santa Clara, 65-59, on Friday that launched La Cañada to the semi-finals.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | March 13, 2008
In 2007, it was the La Cañada Spartans who played in the Southern California Regionals, coming within one game of the state finals before losing to Artesia High School at Pauley Pavilion. On Saturday, Renaissance Academy did what the Spartans could not do ? represent La Cañada in the state championship game in Sacramento, where the Wildcats will play against the Northern California regional winner, Branson of Ross, in the Division V championship game at Arco Arena. Renaissance Academy (27-3)
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September 23, 2004
Thoughts from Dr. Joe by Dr. Joe Puglia It's nine o'clock Saturday morning. Kaitzer's at the store and I've got 30 minutes to get Sabine and Simone to their soccer game. I take a deep breath and instantly I've got the game plan: brush teeth, comb hair, wash face, have breakfast, get 'em dressed, bring snacks, get water, and where did I put that useless mister? As I frantically rush to accomplish my mission, I wonder if I have it all in the right order. Noooo! I'm missing a sock and where's that shoestring?
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By Walsh Carvahlo | March 13, 2008
Untouchable on their home court, the La Cañada boys? volleyball team defeated the Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary Cardinals in straight games, 25-14, 25-19, 25-22, last Thursday. For a team still under construction, the Spartans (2-1) have looked abnormally strong at home, winning six straight games on their home court to start off the season. After taking St. Francis (0-2) in three straight games in the home opener, they decided to keep the ball rolling and do the same to Sacred Heart (4-2)
SPORTS
By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Valley Sun | January 28, 2014
PASADENA - Earlier this season, Flintridge Prep and Pasadena Poly matched up in girls' basketball and the Rebels, in their league opener, brought to an end the visiting Panthers' 41-game Prep League winning streak - but not until the hosts absorbed a last-second three pointer by Poly that forced overtime before Flintridge Prep secured the win. It was round two Tuesday evening, this time on the Panthers' home floor and the sequel almost produced the...
SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 13, 2013
Down by seven points with 3:40 to play, the Glendale High football team had time for a game-winning drive. As it had the entire second half, La Cañada's defense had to make a stop. It came in the form of a bone-crushing tackle for no gain from Spartans linebacker Michael Greenberg, who also had a third-quarter interception in the game, on fourth-and-two at La Cañada's own 31. PHOTOS: Glendale vs. La Canada non-league football “I told my lineman, Guillermo Padilla, to go right because I knew it was coming inside,” Greenberg said.
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By Gabriel Rizk, Gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | September 8, 2010
The Flintridge Prep football team can't take the next step forward without taking a few chances. That would seem to be the rationale of Coach Antonio Harrison as he begins to put his stamp on the program in the first season of his head coaching tenure by trying to push the envelope a bit more on both sides of the ball. On the surface, Harrison, who served as an assistant under Perry Skaggs last season, won't be drastically altering either the traditional Wing-T offense that the Rebels have long favored or their basic 4-4 defensive scheme.
SPORTS
January 12, 2007
Emin D. Avakian The La Cañada girls’ basketball team only led by six points after the first quarter, but would not have a hard time beating Blair at home Wednesday night.   Led by the duo of Joy Lelo and Emily Ballard, the Spartans brushed aside the Blair Vikings 62-36. The Vikings (9-6) came out with more intensity, jumping out to a 5-0 lead, however, it would be their only lead of the game. From there on, the Spartans (8-7)
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Valley Sun | January 28, 2014
PASADENA - Earlier this season, Flintridge Prep and Pasadena Poly matched up in girls' basketball and the Rebels, in their league opener, brought to an end the visiting Panthers' 41-game Prep League winning streak - but not until the hosts absorbed a last-second three pointer by Poly that forced overtime before Flintridge Prep secured the win. It was round two Tuesday evening, this time on the Panthers' home floor and the sequel almost produced the...
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SPORTS
By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | September 13, 2013
Down by seven points with 3:40 to play, the Glendale High football team had time for a game-winning drive. As it had the entire second half, La Cañada's defense had to make a stop. It came in the form of a bone-crushing tackle for no gain from Spartans linebacker Michael Greenberg, who also had a third-quarter interception in the game, on fourth-and-two at La Cañada's own 31. PHOTOS: Glendale vs. La Canada non-league football “I told my lineman, Guillermo Padilla, to go right because I knew it was coming inside,” Greenberg said.
SPORTS
By Gabriel Rizk, Gabriel.rizk@latimes.com | September 8, 2010
The Flintridge Prep football team can't take the next step forward without taking a few chances. That would seem to be the rationale of Coach Antonio Harrison as he begins to put his stamp on the program in the first season of his head coaching tenure by trying to push the envelope a bit more on both sides of the ball. On the surface, Harrison, who served as an assistant under Perry Skaggs last season, won't be drastically altering either the traditional Wing-T offense that the Rebels have long favored or their basic 4-4 defensive scheme.
NEWS
By Parimal M. Rohit | March 13, 2008
In 2007, it was the La Cañada Spartans who played in the Southern California Regionals, coming within one game of the state finals before losing to Artesia High School at Pauley Pavilion. On Saturday, Renaissance Academy did what the Spartans could not do ? represent La Cañada in the state championship game in Sacramento, where the Wildcats will play against the Northern California regional winner, Branson of Ross, in the Division V championship game at Arco Arena. Renaissance Academy (27-3)
NEWS
By Walsh Carvahlo | March 13, 2008
Untouchable on their home court, the La Cañada boys? volleyball team defeated the Cantwell Sacred Heart of Mary Cardinals in straight games, 25-14, 25-19, 25-22, last Thursday. For a team still under construction, the Spartans (2-1) have looked abnormally strong at home, winning six straight games on their home court to start off the season. After taking St. Francis (0-2) in three straight games in the home opener, they decided to keep the ball rolling and do the same to Sacred Heart (4-2)
NEWS
By Parimal M. Rohit | February 28, 2008
The Spartans had to beat Campbell Hall on Tuesday to advance to the CIF-Southern Section Division III-AA Finals. Unfortunately that task proved too daunting and the Vikings sent the Spartans on an early holiday in the semifinal game at Harvard-Westlake, as UCLA-bound Jrue Holiday paced host Campbell Hall to an 81-47 victory. The loss comes off the heels of the fifth-seeded Spartans? victory over the third-seeded Santa Clara, 65-59, on Friday that launched La Cañada to the semi-finals.
NEWS
September 23, 2004
Thoughts from Dr. Joe by Dr. Joe Puglia It's nine o'clock Saturday morning. Kaitzer's at the store and I've got 30 minutes to get Sabine and Simone to their soccer game. I take a deep breath and instantly I've got the game plan: brush teeth, comb hair, wash face, have breakfast, get 'em dressed, bring snacks, get water, and where did I put that useless mister? As I frantically rush to accomplish my mission, I wonder if I have it all in the right order. Noooo! I'm missing a sock and where's that shoestring?
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