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July 17, 2008
Patrols participate in Camporee Two Patrols from St. Bede’s High Adventure Troop 507 each won a Presidential Award at the recently completed San Gabriel Valley Boy Scout Camporee held at Camp Trask. Forty-six patrols, from numerous Scout Troops from all over the San Gabriel Valley, particapted in two day annual event. Only the top six patrols were awarded the Presidential Ribbon. Troop 507’s Falcon Patrol, under the direction of Life Scout Grant Scholler , won first place among all 46 Patrols, along with the residential ribbon.
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March 13, 2014
The achievements of three local young men who achieved the rank of Eagle Scout were celebrated March 2 at a Court of Honor held at La Cañada Presbyterian Church. Kyle Thomas, Jamie Walker and Sam Weinberger, members of Boy Scout Troop 507, were joined by family and friends at the event. For their Eagle projects, Thomas built gardens at Crestview Preparatory School, Walker refurbished a trail north of Armstrong Nurseries in La Cañada and Weinberger installed fencing for a trail head in Loma Alta County Park in neighboring Altadena.
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By Andrew Shortall, Special to the Valley Sun | November 13, 2013
RIVERSIDE - Just when it looked like the story on the Flintridge Prep boys' water polo team's season was coming to a close, the Rebels sent in a rewrite. Down four goals on the road in their CIF Southern Section Division V opener to the Riverside Poly team that ended their 2012 season, the Rebels were on the ropes. They climbed back in it, though, boosted by a third-quarter explosion and nine-goal night from Ethan Vandeventer for an 18-14 victory Wednesday. Not only was it win-or-go-home, but win-or-goodbye for 10 senior Rebels who will not be back next season.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | August 29, 2013
Fresh off their finest seasons in recent memory, both the La Cañada High and Flintridge Prep boys' water polo teams are intent on matching that success. The Spartans and Rebels find themselves in very different positions to do so, however. La Cañada graduated five All-Rio Hondo League players and essentially its entire offense from a year ago, while Prep returns everyone except its two goalkeepers. There's plenty of new for the Spartans this year, including new coach Christian Flores, who is La Cañada's fourth coach in three years.
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