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May 24, 2007
La Cañada Presbyterian Church dedicated its new patio on May 13. On June 3, the church will dedicate its Family Life Center. The entire church family will be celebrating with a day of good food, fellowship, fun, live music and games for the entire family. The festivities will begin after the 9:25 a.m. service and will continue until 1:30 p.m. Tickets — $12 for adults and $10 for children under 10 — will be sold on May 27 on the patio. The feast will be catered by Burger Continental.
By Timithie Gould | May 10, 2007
Spartan boys' tennis competed in the Rio Hondo League individuals tournament last weekend, sending their No. 1 singles player into the final rounds of competition. Freshman Greg Lee, seeded No. 4 in the tournament, lost in the semifinal match to San Marino senior Avan Gerganson, 6-2 and 6-1. "The future is bright for Greg," said Spartan Head Coach Will Moravec. "To be the fourth best in league and still have some years to go, that's great." Doubles team Daniel Oh and Dylan Fraser also took a loss from San Marino in the second round.
April 26, 2007
The La Cañada freshman baseball team pummeled South Pasadena 19-5 last week in a five-inning game. The Spartans improved to 9-1-1, 5-5-1 in league. The La Cañada offense continued to produce big numbers, sending 13 batters to the plate in the second inning and 11 in the third inning. The torrid Spartan hitting, along with Coach Greg Lee's successful strategy of aggressive base running, resulted in La Cañada leading 19-2 after three innings. The hit parade was led by Michael Lee (two singles and four runs)
By Timithie Gould | March 15, 2007
La Cañada boys' tennis has had a rivalry with league champion San Marino for as long as Head Coach Will Moravec can remember. That's quite a while, since Moravec has been coaching for the Spartans for 16 years. This could be the year, however. The Spartan line-up features a variety of players and talent on the court. "We have deep team this year," said Moravec. "That's new for La Cañada." The team lost three seniors from last year's roster, including their number one singles player and doubles team.
By Jeff Tully | May 20, 2010
Relegated to a wild-card berth to start the postseason, the La Cañada boys’ tennis team had a tough road ahead of it if it hoped to have a deep playoff run. However, the Spartans’ depth has helped them thrive in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs. La Cañada, which finished third in the Rio Hondo League, has beaten two league champions to earn a spot in the quarterfinals. The Spartans (17-6) hosted Palm Desert in a quarterfinal contest Wednesday.
By Gabriel Rizk | April 1, 2010
Its meeting with La Cañada High was certainly quick, but not exactly painless for the St. Francis boys’ tennis team. The Spartans completely dominated the latest installment of the annual nonleague rivalry between the two neighboring schools to the tune of a 17-1 victory on Tuesday afternoon at La Cañada. “This is one of the deepest teams we’ve ever had,” said 18-year veteran Spartans Coach Will Moravec, who lost three seniors from last year, but gained several talented underclassmen.
By Jeff Tully | May 13, 2010
The La Cañada boys’ tennis team is not a typical third-place league squad. Playing in a Rio Hondo League that featured three squads ranked among the top eight in final CIF Southern Section Division II poll, the Spartans’ league standing might be deceptive. Despite being seeded eighth in the division for the playoffs, the Spartans had to play a wild-card match Tuesday. Led by a balanced singles and doubles attack, La Cañada was able to post a 12-6 victory against visiting Anaheim Canyon.
By Jeff Tully | May 27, 2010
Being one of the final eight teams in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs is something the La Cañada boys' tennis team can be proud of this season. However, the Spartans were able to accomplish much more. Along with handing San Marino its first Rio Hondo League loss in 28 years, La Cañada also defeated two league champions in consecutive playoff matches and reached the CIF quarterfinals for the first time in 10 years. Unfortunately for the Spartans, they ran up against a talented Palm Desert team in their attempt to reach the semifinals.
By Jane Napier Neely | March 23, 2011
Nearly 250 guests recently gathered at several restaurants throughout La Cañada Flintridge, as well as restaurant row in Montrose and Pasadena to dine with friends in support of Hathaway-Sycamores Child and family Services’ 20th annual “Dinners from the Heart” event. This year’s event raised more than $45,000. Since its inception in 1991, “Dinners from the Heart” has raised a total of $600,000. Paulette Lang, Annsley Strong and Mary Pinola hosted their “Heart” party at the delightful Italian restaurant, Cucina Rustica, in Montrose.
By Nicholas Louie | August 7, 2008
Local band Palm Drive gave an electrifying performance in last weekend?s Music in the Park, playing songs stretching the entire gamut of rock and roll history. Decades were represented with songs ranging from Peter Gabriel to Tears for Fears to Coldplay. ?We learned 20 new songs for the park gig. It took us a couple of months of practice to get them all down,? said Greg Lee, acoustic guitar player and vocalist for the group. Right from the start of the concert hundreds were in attendance.
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