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By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2009
The 2009 season represents a changing of the guard for the Flintridge Prep football team, as key positions on both sides of the ball have been vacated by veteran players who graduated. There are few experienced seniors returning, but with an abundance of juniors on the varsity roster and a large freshman class waiting in the wings, the Rebels are in sort of an interim period where Coach Perry Skaggs feels the program could be a year away from mounting a serious run. That’s not to say he doesn’t envision this year’s team as capable of being highly competitive in the Prep League with an eye on achieving the program’s third straight CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoff appearance.
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By Ralph Saenz | September 8, 2005
At the end of last season, St. Francis High Head varsity Coach Jim Bonds knew he was going to lose a chuck of his offense the following June to graduation. Leaving the fold were his three rotating running backs Blake Milton, Justin Morgan and Chris Shell, two receivers Andy Marquardt and Mason Elieff and his quarterback Matt Abby. One consolation for Bonds was that both his offensive/ defensive lines were coming back nearly intact. With a summer of practices behind the team, Bonds is breathing a sigh of relieve that he has found underclassmen to fill in the gaps.
FEATURES
November 16, 2006
The Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts (PSHA) has announced the appointment of Jennifer Walston Johnson as president. An active member of the organization since 1995, Johnson has served on the board for six years and held key positions including benefit chair of the 2005 Pasadena Showcase House of Design. "I'm honored to serve the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts in this leadership role as president," said Jennifer. "We're fortunate to have such incredible board and committee members who contribute their energy, time, and talents to ensure our success.
NEWS
March 11, 2004
It ain't over 'til it's over If you have been following the scores regarding the current educational issues in La Cañada, you will see that the proponents of children, teachers, and schools are not faring that well. Unfortunately, measure "P" did not pass and currently there is the reality that teachers will lose jobs and there is a loss of key positions within the teaching community. We came so close; let's not lose our passion and commitment to assure the continuance of a society where teachers have cohorts of angels coming to their defense.
NEWS
June 3, 2010
Dr. Jerold Beeve and his wife Dorothy Beeve , of La Cañada Flintridge, were each awarded one of 100 Ellis Island Medals of Honor presented in May by the National Ethnic Coalition. The couple are founders of the Beeve Foundation for World Eye and Health Care Inc., which to date has made 19 trips to the Fiji islands to provided eye care to Fijians suffering from severe eye disorders. The Beeves discovered the need for the medical services when they were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary in Fiji.
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 10, 2009
The 2009 season represents a changing of the guard for the Flintridge Prep football team, as key positions on both sides of the ball have been vacated by veteran players who graduated. There are few experienced seniors returning, but with an abundance of juniors on the varsity roster and a large freshman class waiting in the wings, the Rebels are in sort of an interim period where Coach Perry Skaggs feels the program could be a year away from mounting a serious run. That’s not to say he doesn’t envision this year’s team as capable of being highly competitive in the Prep League with an eye on achieving the program’s third straight CIF Southern Section Northeast Division playoff appearance.
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By Ralph Saenz | September 8, 2005
At the end of last season, St. Francis High Head varsity Coach Jim Bonds knew he was going to lose a chuck of his offense the following June to graduation. Leaving the fold were his three rotating running backs Blake Milton, Justin Morgan and Chris Shell, two receivers Andy Marquardt and Mason Elieff and his quarterback Matt Abby. One consolation for Bonds was that both his offensive/ defensive lines were coming back nearly intact. With a summer of practices behind the team, Bonds is breathing a sigh of relieve that he has found underclassmen to fill in the gaps.
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