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August 13, 2009
After a lengthy process, La Cañada High has found its new boys’ soccer coach in LAFC Chelsea boys’ U12 coach Barry Ritson. Ritson, who has coached with the Los Angeles Futbol Club for five years now, was hired last month to take over for former coach Jordan Jones, who left for personal reasons. The Newcastle, England, native is currently the LAFC Chelsea 12-and-under boys’ team coach, which has been ranked No. 1 nationally since winning both the Cal and Cerritos memorial cups in late May. In addition, Ritson has been the assistant director of coaching with LAFC Chelsea and has worked in the US Development Academy for years.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com and By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | March 20, 2013
While La Cañada High boys' soccer Coach Alex Harrison thought Armand Bagramyan had a chance to break the program's single-season scoring record last season, the Spartans forward hadn't even given it a thought until about a dozen games into the 2013 season. “I had about mid-20 goals and a couple people came up to me after a game and told me they thought I could break the record,” said Bagramyan of the first time he realized he had a shot at history. Coming into the season, Josh Henderson was the top scorer in La Cañada's history books with 41 in a single year.
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June 3, 2004
Don Sheppard's club soccer team, the Flyers AUSC Cougars, a boys under 12 team, won the Coast League Spring Cup Championship, in the "A" Flight. The score was 1-1 in regulation play but the Cougars prevailed in the penalty kick shootout. The Cougars' goalkeeper, Jose Cano, came up with two big saves during the shootout, but when Lyudvig Berberyan's kick hit the back of the net with the match-winning penalty kick, pandemonium erupted on the field. The Cougars joyfully celebrated the win on their home field, the new LCHS field, knowing they had just beaten one of the very best teams in Southern California, the South Bay Force.
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By Ellen Salas | December 7, 2006
The Los Angeles Futbol Club (LAFC) brought championships back to the community on Nov. 26 after having played in the elite Nike Harvest Cup Tournament in Irvine and the prestigious Nomads Thanksgiving Invitational Soccer Tournament in San Diego. Coach Barry Ritson's LAFC B10 and LAFC B12 owned these divisions of the Nike Harvest Cup by the end of the holiday weekend. The B10 team racked up 10 goals while conceding seven in its pursuit of the championship, winning 2-1 over Tango, 7-4 over Stampede Red and 3-0 over Arsenal.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | July 16, 2013
Armand Bagramyan's historically significant season for the La Cañada High boys' soccer team is being etched further into Spartans lore. Nearly five months after Bagramyan last stepped on La Cañada's pitch, he's still being rewarded for a stellar senior season. The UCSB-bound forward was a third-team selection to the Elite Soccer Report's Winter All-American list, which was released July 11. “It's a big honor and I am happy that I can represent the school well,” said Bagramyan, who moved into UCSB over the weekend.
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By Seth Amitin | June 11, 2009
It was only three years ago that the Los Angeles Futbol Club was created by former La Cañada High soccer coach Don Sheppard. The modest enterprise practiced and played at La Cañada High, recruiting local and distant talent in the Southland, ages 8-18, to form a competitive club. Just this past December, a major dream was realized when the club inked a deal to become partners with Chelsea FC of the English Premier League. “LAFC was created to provide an affordable option for skilled players to play top-tier club soccer,” said Sheppard, who is LAFC president.
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From Staff Reports | February 5, 2013
BOYS' SOCCER La Cañada 5, San Marino 0: Armand Bagramyan made history Tuesday. La Cañada's senior forward scored two goals to give him 42 on the season and break La Cañada's single-season scoring record of 41, which was previously held by Josh Henderson. The day was marred, though, as Bagramyan drew two yellow cards, which resulted in a red card, in the game. It means he won't be able to play in the Spartans' regular-season finale at South Pasadena Thursday, which will decide the league champion.
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By Charles Rich, Andrew Shortall and Andrew J. Campa | December 24, 2013
Redemption, rebirth and renewal were some of the storylines that dominated a successful sports year for the teams and students-athletes from La Cañada Flintridge in 2013. Among some of the accolades earned were Olympic berths, CIF Southern Section championships and several bounce-back seasons from the city's programs. Here are the La Cañada Valley Sun's top 10 sports stories of 2013. 1. La Cañada High alumna Kate Hansen reaches Olympics . Having fallen short on a trip to the winter games in 2010, the 21-year-old Hansen was not denied this time.Hansen needed two world top-nine finishes through the first five Viessman Luge World Cup competitions this fall and winter and didn't waste any time.
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By Andrew Shortall and Andrew Campa | August 21, 2013
Championships were on the mind on a number of local teams this past year. At La Cañada High, the boys' soccer, water polo and golf teams didn't shirk from their CIF Southern Section or even state championship aspirations, while the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team took it a game at a time, all the while hoping for another run to a CIF crown. All five teams came up short, with the Spartans polo team coming heartbreakingly close, the Rebels falling one game shy at a crack at a title and the others finishing woefully short of their ultimate goal.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com and By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | March 20, 2013
While La Cañada High boys' soccer Coach Alex Harrison thought Armand Bagramyan had a chance to break the program's single-season scoring record last season, the Spartans forward hadn't even given it a thought until about a dozen games into the 2013 season. “I had about mid-20 goals and a couple people came up to me after a game and told me they thought I could break the record,” said Bagramyan of the first time he realized he had a shot at history. Coming into the season, Josh Henderson was the top scorer in La Cañada's history books with 41 in a single year.
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By Seth Amitin | August 14, 2009
After a lengthy process, La Cañada High has found its new boys? soccer coach in LAFC Chelsea boys? U12 coach Barry Ritson. Ritson, who has coached with the Los Angeles Futbol Club for five years now, was hired last month to take over for former coach Jordan Jones, who left for personal reasons. The Newcastle, England, native is currently the LAFC Chelsea 12-and-under boys? team coach, which has been ranked No. 1 nationally since winning both the Cal and Cerritos memorial cups in late May. In addition, Ritson has been the assistant director of coaching with LAFC Chelsea and has worked in the US Development Academy for years.
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