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By Seth Amitin | February 12, 2009
La Cañada girls’ soccer showed no mercy to Blair on Friday as they defeated the Vikings 13-0 at home. “I told everybody to forget about defense,” Spartans Head Coach Louis Bilowitz said. “I wanted us to attack from all over. I told them, ‘any time we attack today, I want eight players in the box, otherwise you’re coming out of the game.’” That’s exactly what the Spartans did — of the 13 goals, eight were scored in the second half.
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December 7, 2006
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club's Girls Under 14 Soccer Team continued its winning ways by capturing the Nike Harvest Cup in Irvine. The team had another fantastic tournament over the Thanksgiving weekend to give the club three tournament championships this season. In the initial round of pool play, the team had to rebound from an early defeat to the Claremont Stars. Despite the 1-0 loss, the team dominated the pitch but could not find the back of the net. Stellar goalkeeping was provided by Alexandra Woodward.
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February 26, 2009
Even with the rash of surprisingly early exits and the incredible story of the Sacred Heart girls? soccer team, the most surprising story so far this playoffs has been the play of the La Cañada girls? soccer team. Before the season started, not even their coach thought they were going to make the playoffs and here we are. Not only did they make the CIF Division V playoffs, but they?re in the quarterfinals. In the first round, La Cañada girls? soccer team (15-4-3) faced off against Orange.
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December 8, 2005
The Crescenta Valley Girls' Under 13 team last year won the championship in the silver bracket of the Coast Soccer League. As they moved to the silver elite bracket this season, they knew the competition would be increasingly tougher as they would play against the top teams in Southern California. After a grueling 14-game schedule, this talented group of athletes came in second place. They defeated some of the finest teams that can be found in the Southland from Simi Valley to Alta Loma.
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April 30, 2009
Veronica Aguilar, Senior, Defender, Crescenta Valley First-team All-Pacific Leaguer made switch from offense to defense to aid squad and also had three goals and four assists. ? Haley Austin, Freshman, Goalie, La Cañada All-Rio Hondo first-team and All-CIF second-teamer had 15 shutouts. ? Kelly Clark, Junior, Defender, La Cañada First-team All-Rio Hondo League and third-team All-CIF Division V pick anchored Spartans?
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August 11, 2005
When you are talking about determination, it's hard to find a more extreme team than the Crescenta Valley Soccer Club Girls Under 13 squad. After a wrenching 1-0 loss in their first game, the girls fought back to reach the finals last weekend in the X-Treme Cup in Huntington Beach, taking second place against the Claremont Stars. All the more remarkable is that In their second tournament of the season, they did it without three of their players. They did it with another player, "Stopper" Kelly Clark, battling the flu. And they did it with defender Taylor Anderson jumping in wherever Coach Adam Darby needed her. In their second game on Saturday, the Silver Elite team trampled the Rancho Santa Margarita SC 8-0, with forwards Vanessa Capra and Lisa Lim scoring two goals each, and ace midfielder Jordan Royer putting the ball in the net four times.
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By Seth Amitin | March 18, 2010
The Rio Hondo League released their All-League selections this week and five Spartans earned League MVP. Boys? basketball?s Mike McGlashan and Omar Rady and their girls? counterparts Tia Chen and Courtney McCutchan each shared co-League MVP in their respective sports. In boys? soccer, junior Cameron Meeker received co-League MVP with Monrovia junior Julio Estrada. In addition to McGlashan and Rady, Mason Holle earned first team on the RHL squad and Jeff Grigg received a second team nod. Rocky Moore, Matt Faber and Dario CiVon each received honorable mentions.
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By Seth Amitin | March 12, 2009
Rio Hondo?s All-League teams have been announced, here they are ordered by sport. ? Boys? basketball La Cañada?s Clarke Anderson and Jeff Grigg both received first-team treatment. Grigg, a junior, was one of only two juniors listed to the first team, the other being Chris Bullock from Monrovia. Sophomore Mike McGlashan received a second-team nod and was the only La Cañada player to do so. He, along with Blair?s Marcus Bagnerise and Monrovia?s Jonathan Henderson were the only sophomores named to either team.
FEATURES
December 3, 2009
LCHS student given Xavier scholarship Kelly Clark of La Crescenta, the daughter of Karla and Kevin Clark, has accepted an Honor Award from Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. She will graduate from La Cañada High School, where she is active in athletics, choir and photography. Kelly plans to major in sports medicine at Xavier. ? Teacher honored on Veterans Day La Cañada High School teacher Todd Kissel was honored by the LCHS 7/8 School Two students on Veterans Day. Kissel is a Vietnam War veteran who served our country as a specialist fifth class in the Army.
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May 18, 2006
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club's Girls Under 13 Team had a dominant regular season by finishing second in the Silver Elite League of the Coast Soccer League. The players followed this feat by advancing out of pool play in the prestigious National Cup against the most powerful teams in California. In their first tournament of the summer season, the girls won the highly competitive Samba Invitational. Play began against the strong Desert United Club. The team was spearheaded by a strong defensive effort from Whitney Cowell, Kelly Clark, Savannah Rhoads and Hallie White.
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By Seth Amitin | February 12, 2009
La Cañada girls’ soccer showed no mercy to Blair on Friday as they defeated the Vikings 13-0 at home. “I told everybody to forget about defense,” Spartans Head Coach Louis Bilowitz said. “I wanted us to attack from all over. I told them, ‘any time we attack today, I want eight players in the box, otherwise you’re coming out of the game.’” That’s exactly what the Spartans did — of the 13 goals, eight were scored in the second half.
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December 7, 2006
The Crescenta Valley Soccer Club's Girls Under 14 Soccer Team continued its winning ways by capturing the Nike Harvest Cup in Irvine. The team had another fantastic tournament over the Thanksgiving weekend to give the club three tournament championships this season. In the initial round of pool play, the team had to rebound from an early defeat to the Claremont Stars. Despite the 1-0 loss, the team dominated the pitch but could not find the back of the net. Stellar goalkeeping was provided by Alexandra Woodward.
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