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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | February 10, 2005
As the number of games remaining in the Mission League girls' varsity soccer season dwindles, the more critical each one becomes for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. The Tologs, sensing that urgency, stopped Louisville 2-1 for a critical win on Feb. 2 at St. Francis. Playing with the same intensity that they showed against Notre Dame earlier in the week, the Tologs played a tight, marking defense led by Lauren Bustos, Maddie Gonzalez and Alexa Ekman allowing the Royals only four shots on goal on the night.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | February 17, 2005
At the beginning of last week the Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team was looking at the possibility of a potential fourth place finish in the tough Mission League and then watching the CIF playoffs from the sideline. However, in the words of co-coach Frank Pace, "Our team found it's personality this week." On Feb. 9, the Tologs traveled to Crespi High to face a physical Louisville team in a must-win game. History had not been kind to the Tologs facing Louisville at home for the past four years, including a 2-3 loss to the Royals last season.
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By Charles Rich | October 16, 2009
Though some of their starts have been slow, it hasn’t hampered the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team in the slightest. Flintridge Sacred Heart Coach Shelli Orlandini would like for her team to break that habit. For now, there’s no sense in complaining since the Tologs are tied for first in the Mission League nearing the midway point. Flintridge Sacred Heart recovered from a slow start to post a 23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-21 league home win Thursday night against Louisville.
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From Staff Reports | February 8, 2012
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 3, Louisville 2: The Tologs survived a Mission League scare on the road Wednesday evening, rallying from a 2-1 deficit thanks to the clutch play of Katelyn Almeida and Hanna Armendariz. Almeida had a goal and two assists and Armendariz had two scores, including the game-winner. Armendariz scored in the first half off an Almeida assist, but Louisville rallied for a 2-1 lead with 20 minutes left. Almeida scored the equalizer off a Breeana Koemans assist before she assisted Armendariz' game-winner.
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May 12, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity softball team defeated visiting Woodland Hills Louisville, 11-5, in a Mission League game at the Glendale Sports Complex last Friday. The Tologs, who improved to 10-8 overall and to 2-6 in league, played North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake on Monday at L.A. Valley College and hosted Sherman Oaks Notre Dame yesterday (Wednesday) at the GSC in league contests. Results were not available at press time. Melissa Wong started for Sacred Heart and was relieved in the fourth inning by Analiese DiConte.
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By Marcile Vadell-Strickland | November 9, 2006
Diane Slaught, Aly Crea, Julie Herrera and Tina Orlandini, members of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's varsity volleyball team, were honored at "Senior Night" on Oct. 31 in a contest against Woodland Hills Louisville. The Tologs took on Coach Will Jacoby's Louisville High squad and won three straight games, 25-14, 25-16, and 24-13. "It was a really great game," said Slaught enthusiastically, "the seniors wanted it badly." Their determination, paired with their uplifted spirits, led them to success and an 8-1 standing in the Mission League standings.
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January 19, 2006
Visiting Woodland Hills Louisville battled the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer team to a 0-0 tie in Mission League action on Jan. 11 at St. Francis High. The Tologs' overall record changed to 12-2-2 and their league mark to 2-0-1. The Tologs will host Chino Don Lugo in a nonleague match at the Glendale Sports Complex this Saturday at 11 a.m. and will host Mission Hills Alemany in a 5 p.m. league contest next Wednesday at St. Francis. In the Louisville match, Sacred Heart goalie Briana Hodge made four saves.
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April 13, 2006
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity softball team evened its record to 6-6 with a 5-1 Mission League victory over visiting Woodland Hills Louisville last Friday at the Glendale Sports Complex. The Tologs, who also improved to 2-1 in league, will not play again until April 26 when they will host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in a league contest at the GSC. In an earlier league tussle on March 31, Sacred Heart was no hit by host Mission Hills Alemany, 7-0. Alemany scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning, two more in the fifth and three final runs in the sixth.
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January 19, 2006
Twin 19-point performances by senior Nicki Witt and junior Arielle Orona propelled the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity basketball team to a 61-51 Mission League victory over visiting Woodland Hills Louisville last Thursday. Sacred Heart evened its overall record to 9-9 and improved to 1-2 in league. The Tologs will travel to North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake tomorrow (Friday) for a 7 p.m. league contest and will host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame next Tuesday and Mission Hills Alemany next Thursday in 7 p.m. league encounters.
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From Staff Reports | February 8, 2012
GIRLS' SOCCER Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 3, Louisville 2: The Tologs survived a Mission League scare on the road Wednesday evening, rallying from a 2-1 deficit thanks to the clutch play of Katelyn Almeida and Hanna Armendariz. Almeida had a goal and two assists and Armendariz had two scores, including the game-winner. Armendariz scored in the first half off an Almeida assist, but Louisville rallied for a 2-1 lead with 20 minutes left. Almeida scored the equalizer off a Breeana Koemans assist before she assisted Armendariz' game-winner.
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By Charles Rich | October 16, 2009
Though some of their starts have been slow, it hasn’t hampered the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy volleyball team in the slightest. Flintridge Sacred Heart Coach Shelli Orlandini would like for her team to break that habit. For now, there’s no sense in complaining since the Tologs are tied for first in the Mission League nearing the midway point. Flintridge Sacred Heart recovered from a slow start to post a 23-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-21 league home win Thursday night against Louisville.
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By Marcile Vadell-Strickland | November 9, 2006
Diane Slaught, Aly Crea, Julie Herrera and Tina Orlandini, members of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy's varsity volleyball team, were honored at "Senior Night" on Oct. 31 in a contest against Woodland Hills Louisville. The Tologs took on Coach Will Jacoby's Louisville High squad and won three straight games, 25-14, 25-16, and 24-13. "It was a really great game," said Slaught enthusiastically, "the seniors wanted it badly." Their determination, paired with their uplifted spirits, led them to success and an 8-1 standing in the Mission League standings.
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May 11, 2006
A 12-0 victory against host Woodland Hills Louisville last Friday evened things out for the Flintridge Sacred heart Academy varsity softball team. The Tologs pulled to 10-10 overall and 4-4 in Mission League competition with the win. Sacred Heart hosted North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake on Monday at the Glendale Sports Complex and visited Sherman Oaks Notre Dame at Van Nuys-Sherman Oaks Park yesterday (Wednesday), but results were not available at press time. In an earlier league contest on May 2, West Hills Chaminade shut out the Tologs, 11-0.
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April 13, 2006
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity softball team evened its record to 6-6 with a 5-1 Mission League victory over visiting Woodland Hills Louisville last Friday at the Glendale Sports Complex. The Tologs, who also improved to 2-1 in league, will not play again until April 26 when they will host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame in a league contest at the GSC. In an earlier league tussle on March 31, Sacred Heart was no hit by host Mission Hills Alemany, 7-0. Alemany scored two runs in the bottom of the first inning, two more in the fifth and three final runs in the sixth.
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January 19, 2006
Visiting Woodland Hills Louisville battled the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer team to a 0-0 tie in Mission League action on Jan. 11 at St. Francis High. The Tologs' overall record changed to 12-2-2 and their league mark to 2-0-1. The Tologs will host Chino Don Lugo in a nonleague match at the Glendale Sports Complex this Saturday at 11 a.m. and will host Mission Hills Alemany in a 5 p.m. league contest next Wednesday at St. Francis. In the Louisville match, Sacred Heart goalie Briana Hodge made four saves.
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January 19, 2006
Twin 19-point performances by senior Nicki Witt and junior Arielle Orona propelled the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity basketball team to a 61-51 Mission League victory over visiting Woodland Hills Louisville last Thursday. Sacred Heart evened its overall record to 9-9 and improved to 1-2 in league. The Tologs will travel to North Hollywood Harvard-Westlake tomorrow (Friday) for a 7 p.m. league contest and will host Sherman Oaks Notre Dame next Tuesday and Mission Hills Alemany next Thursday in 7 p.m. league encounters.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | February 17, 2005
At the beginning of last week the Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team was looking at the possibility of a potential fourth place finish in the tough Mission League and then watching the CIF playoffs from the sideline. However, in the words of co-coach Frank Pace, "Our team found it's personality this week." On Feb. 9, the Tologs traveled to Crespi High to face a physical Louisville team in a must-win game. History had not been kind to the Tologs facing Louisville at home for the past four years, including a 2-3 loss to the Royals last season.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | February 10, 2005
As the number of games remaining in the Mission League girls' varsity soccer season dwindles, the more critical each one becomes for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. The Tologs, sensing that urgency, stopped Louisville 2-1 for a critical win on Feb. 2 at St. Francis. Playing with the same intensity that they showed against Notre Dame earlier in the week, the Tologs played a tight, marking defense led by Lauren Bustos, Maddie Gonzalez and Alexa Ekman allowing the Royals only four shots on goal on the night.
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