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By photographs and story by mary o’keefe valley sun | September 25, 2008
There was no thought of homework or tests on the Palm Crest Elementary campus on Friday. The annual Back to School picnic focused on playing, eating and having a good time. Some students played kickball while others shot hoops. There was plenty of time for the jungle gym, swing set and just catching up with old friends over what they did doing the summer. Families picnicked on Thai food, sno-cones and Tommy?s hamburgers. The night was also a time for the school?s PTA to promote fundraiser Pins for Palm Crest, it?
SPORTS
August 4, 2005
The World Adult Kickball Association (WAKA) has announced the formation of two new divisions of play in Southern California to meet the growing demand caused by new players. As the flagship Hollywood Division heads for the playoffs after its fourth season of play, registration has opened for the Studio (covering North Hollywood and the Valley) Division. The new division will have pickup games for people interested in learning about adult kickball in advance of the inaugural season.
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By Keith Hannon | February 21, 2008
What was a brilliant season by the La Cañada women?s soccer team came to an abrupt end this past Saturday. The La Salle Lancers ruined a picturesque afternoon at La Cañada High School by ousting the favored Spartans from the first round of the Division IV CIF-SS Tournament by a score of 1-0. The decisive blow came off the foot of La Salle?s Lindsey Jahnke. Following a hand ball call against La Cañada, Jahnke executed a flawless free kick that barely cleared the hand of Spartan goaltender Eirene Kim, and some how managed to stay below the crossbar.
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By Grant Gordon | January 14, 2010
As it relates to Mission League-play, Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy?s girls? soccer match against visiting Sherman Oaks Notre Dame was one of firsts. Thanks to a pair of scores from Katie Johnson, it was the first league contest in which the Tologs scored a second goal, the first league game in which they notched a shutout and, most notably, it was their first league victory, as Flintridge Sacred Heart defeated Notre Dame, 2-0, on a chilly Monday evening at Glendale Community College?
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | August 18, 2010
Sports Blitz Camp at the Community Center of La Cañada Flintridge doesn't look like a typical sports camp. Sports Blitz Camp takes a step back; tailored for 4- to 7-year-olds with little to no experience playing sports. It's one of the center's most popular summer programs. "There aren't a whole lot of sports camps for this age group," camp director Andy Chidester said. "There are a lot of different skill-specific development camps for older kids, but not many focus on beginners like this one does.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | January 29, 2014
SAN MARINO - For a squad enjoying perhaps its best start to a season in program history, the La Cañada High girls' soccer team certainly relied on a strong finish Wednesday afternoon. The visiting Spartans remained perfect thanks to two second-half goals in a come-from-behind 2-1 victory versus San Marino in a showdown of the league's final two unbeatens within league play. With the triumph, CIF Southern Section Division V fourth-ranked La Cañada improved to 14-0 overall and 5-0 in league and now owns a widening advantage over the Titans (8-4-2, 3-1-1)
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By Joe Puglia | June 18, 2009
I met them in the officers’ club. Because of its state of disrepair, it could hardly be called a club. The week prior it had taken a hit from a wayward rocket meant for the airfield. I was immediately attracted to their gregariousness and broad smiles. They were rogue warriors, SAS (Strategic Air Service) from Australia, and were considered to be the best of the best. The Viet Cong called them ma rung, phantoms of the jungle. “Hey mate, buy you a beer?” That’s all it took.
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By photographs and story by mary o’keefe valley sun | September 25, 2008
There was no thought of homework or tests on the Palm Crest Elementary campus on Friday. The annual Back to School picnic focused on playing, eating and having a good time. Some students played kickball while others shot hoops. There was plenty of time for the jungle gym, swing set and just catching up with old friends over what they did doing the summer. Families picnicked on Thai food, sno-cones and Tommy?s hamburgers. The night was also a time for the school?s PTA to promote fundraiser Pins for Palm Crest, it?
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August 4, 2005
The World Adult Kickball Association (WAKA) has announced the formation of two new divisions of play in Southern California to meet the growing demand caused by new players. As the flagship Hollywood Division heads for the playoffs after its fourth season of play, registration has opened for the Studio (covering North Hollywood and the Valley) Division. The new division will have pickup games for people interested in learning about adult kickball in advance of the inaugural season.
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