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By Parimal M. Rohit | August 2, 2007
Playing as if it were the state championship, Flintridge Sacred Heart's Katie Condon approached each summer league volleyball game at Pasadena Poly with a competitive drive and as vocal team leader. Last week was no different, as Condon put on her game face in a midsummer match-up between the Tologs and Maranatha High School on July 26, as the Tologs swept the Lady Minutemen in two games, 25-16 and 25-9. Maranatha started off with an early 5-3 lead. Under the service of Camille Coffey, the Tologs scored seven unanswered points, including several digs by Coffey and spikes by Condon, as FSHA took a 10-5 lead.
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By Ruth Longoria | July 2, 2009
Leadership and legacy are two words that come to mind when some La Cañada residents describe this week’s Valley Sun All-Star. Flintridge Preparatory School incoming senior Jeff Tobias is dedicated to doing more than the status quo and to making his community a better place to live. “Being a leader is just something I like to do. I like organizing things and I’d rather do that than just go with the flow. It’s good to have people look up to you,” Tobias said.
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October 28, 2004
Pasadena Christian School will host a high school fair on Monday, Nov. 1 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. to feature enrollment information from area high schools. Representatives from A Better Chance, Inc., Alverno, Blair High School's Health Academy, Travel and Tourism Academy and Business Academy, Don Bosco, Flintridge Prep, Flintridge Sacred Heart, Independent School Alliance for Minority Affairs, John Muir High School's Business/Finance Academy and Geo Space Academy, La Salle, L.A. County High School for the Arts, Loyola High School, Maranatha High School, Marshall Fundamental School's Education Careers Academy and Computer Careers Academy, Mayfield Senior School, Pasadena High School's Visual Arts Academy and Graphic Arts Academy, Polytechnic, Ribet Academy, St., Francis, Village Christian, Westridge, Villanova Preparatory School, and more have been invited to attend.
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September 27, 2007
3:15 p.m. La Cañada girls’ tennis begins league play against Blair at the La Cañada Flintridge Country Club. 4:30 p.m. La Cañada girls’ volleyball hosts Hart. 4:30 p.m. Flintridge Prep girls’ volleyball visits Westridge. 7 p.m. La Cañada football travels to Eagle Rock. TBA La Cañada boys’ water polo at the Villa Park Tournament.   3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep cross country at Prep League meet No. 2 hosted by Webb Schools. 3:15 p.m. Flintridge Prep boys’ water polo hosts Notre Dame.
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By Anthony Carpio, Special to the Sun | October 8, 2012
With the Pasadena City College Lancer Band playing in the background, Tournament of Roses officials on Monday named the seven young women who will make up the 2013 Rose Court. The women were selected from a group of 33 finalists, their numbers called out during a ceremony at Tournament House in Pasadena. The members of the Rose Court are: Kathryne Benuska of Maranatha High School; Tracy Cresta of La Salle High School; Vanessa Manjarrez of Mayfield Senior School; Victoria McGregor of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy; Nicole Nelam of Pasadena High School; Sonia Shenoi of San Marino High School; and Madison Teodo of La Cañada High School.
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By Mark Gero | October 4, 2007
After three consecutive wins in the preseason leading up to the final tune-up against Santa Clara High School, Flintridge Prep Head Coach Perry Skaggs was figuring that this contest would be harder than any of his past competitions. He was right. Last Saturday afternoon proved that size and skills are a must as the Flintridge Prep Rebels had to succumb to a tougher opponent in the Santa Clara Saints, 33-7, at Maranatha High School. ?We don?t have a guy that can match 24 [Cierre Wood]
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By Mark Gero | September 13, 2007
New Flintridge Prep Head Coach Perry Skaggs summed up his intentions for the season to his Rebel team following their 10-0 victory last Saturday against the Malibu High School Sharks at Malibu: “This is how we are going to win. It might not be fancy, it might not be pretty, but you see that shutout on that scoreboard,” Skaggs shouted, “and that sums it up how we are going to win.” Skaggs certainly had a point....
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By Ruth Longoria | July 2, 2009
Leadership and legacy are two words that come to mind when some La Cañada residents describe this week’s Valley Sun All-Star. Flintridge Preparatory School incoming senior Jeff Tobias is dedicated to doing more than the status quo and to making his community a better place to live. “Being a leader is just something I like to do. I like organizing things and I’d rather do that than just go with the flow. It’s good to have people look up to you,” Tobias said.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | August 2, 2007
Playing as if it were the state championship, Flintridge Sacred Heart's Katie Condon approached each summer league volleyball game at Pasadena Poly with a competitive drive and as vocal team leader. Last week was no different, as Condon put on her game face in a midsummer match-up between the Tologs and Maranatha High School on July 26, as the Tologs swept the Lady Minutemen in two games, 25-16 and 25-9. Maranatha started off with an early 5-3 lead. Under the service of Camille Coffey, the Tologs scored seven unanswered points, including several digs by Coffey and spikes by Condon, as FSHA took a 10-5 lead.
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