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March 9, 2007
Timithie Gould La Canada's Spartan basketball found victory against Hanford west Thursday night at Spartan Stadium.  Adam Malik lead the team in scoring, contributing 36 points to the Spartans' 68-56 win, bringing his season total to 688.  Christian Nitu had seven assists while Darren Ho sank four three-pointers in a row toward the end of game play. The Spartans, now 29-3 overall, are in the state's top eight Division III teams. They face another battle at home on Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m. against Mission Bay.  Mission Bay beat Corona del Mar, 74-67, in round one.  The Buccaneers are 24-6 overall.
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By Timithie Gould | April 26, 2007
Though their season is long over, the La Cañada boys' basketball continues to make headlines. Star senior Adam Malik was unanimously chosen by the writers and editors of the Burbank Leader, Glendale News-Press and La Cañada Valley Sun as the 2007 All-Area Boys' Basketball Player of the Year for his outstanding contribution to local high school basketball. "Adam's a great player, even if it's a big game or not," Spartan forward Christian Nitu told the News-Press. "But when our backs are against the wall, he demands the ball.
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By CARY ORDWAY | February 23, 2006
If all things nautical hold some fascination for you, the San Diego waterfront offers a special way to get up close and personal with the many maritime activities on this intriguing bay. Just step aboard your rental boat and you'll be the skipper of your own three-hour tour. Actually you can see the bay in less time than that but, just like Gilligan, you'll be setting off on an exotic day cruise you won't soon forget. Unlike Gilligan, there's not much risk of getting stranded. Your rental agreement doesn't allow you to head for open water.
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By Cary Ordway | December 13, 2007
While Christmas week is always busy at the best resorts and lodgings throughout California, many people are not aware that it?s possible to get bargain rates right up until Christmas and immediately after New Year?s. A little pre-planning can save you hundreds of dollars and still give you a winter holiday just when you?re needing a break from Christmas shopping and all the frazzled nerves that sometimes just go with the season. A number of lodgings currently have limited offers that range from you-gotta-act-now-or-you-lose-it deals to specials that run for the next few months.
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By Allan Mandell | March 15, 2007
Behind back-to-back sensational performances from senior Adam Malik, the La Cañada Spartans, for the first time in school history, secured a berth to the final four of the CIF Division III state tournament. Last Thursday night, Malik, with 36 points, outscored the Hanford West Huskies by himself after three quarters — driving the Spartans to a 56-33 lead. Malik sat most of the fourth quarter and the final was 68-56. "Two good teams," said La Cañada Head Coach Tom Hofman.
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By Cary Ordway, CaliforniaWeekend.com | May 3, 2007
If you're finding that you can't quite afford that Hawaiian vacation this year, take heart: there's another destination that will be easier and less expensive for California residents. And it's just a few hours' drive away. San Diego's Mission Bay, along with Pacific Beach, may not have the 80-degree water or the hula girls, but there is plenty of water, swaying palm trees and consistent weather that practically guarantees you'll get all the time you need to bake in the sun. You'll have no trouble leaving your everyday work life behind and getting completely into vacation mode.
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March 22, 2007
PRESEASON 11/27/06 Versus Highland: SPARTANS WIN 66-51 12/5/06 Versus Walnut: SPARTANS WIN 67-46 12/6/06 Versus Montclair: SPARTANS WIN 53-41 12/7/06 Versus South Hills: SPARTANS WIN 77-53 12/9/06 Versus Keppel: SPARTANS WIN 49-37 12/12/06 Versus La Salle: SPARTANS WIN 60-36 12/18/06 Versus Lincoln: SPARTANS WIN 71-36 12/19/06 Versus Glendale: SPARTANS WIN 60-49 12/20/06 Versus Wilson: SPARTANS...
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By Allan Mandell | March 19, 2007
  The most successful basketball season in La Cañada High School history ended Saturday at Pauley Pavilion. Artesia, the No. 1 ranked team in the state, beat the Spartans 79-54 in the CIF State Southern California Division III final. La Cañada star Adam Malik led the Spartans in scoring with 14 points, Darren Ho had 10 and Will Baldwin had 8. "We knew Malik could shoot the ball from just about anywhere," said Loren Grover, the Artesia Pioneers Head Coach.
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By Cary Ordway | December 13, 2007
While Christmas week is always busy at the best resorts and lodgings throughout California, many people are not aware that it?s possible to get bargain rates right up until Christmas and immediately after New Year?s. A little pre-planning can save you hundreds of dollars and still give you a winter holiday just when you?re needing a break from Christmas shopping and all the frazzled nerves that sometimes just go with the season. A number of lodgings currently have limited offers that range from you-gotta-act-now-or-you-lose-it deals to specials that run for the next few months.
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SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | April 26, 2007
Though their season is long over, the La Cañada boys' basketball continues to make headlines. Star senior Adam Malik was unanimously chosen by the writers and editors of the Burbank Leader, Glendale News-Press and La Cañada Valley Sun as the 2007 All-Area Boys' Basketball Player of the Year for his outstanding contribution to local high school basketball. "Adam's a great player, even if it's a big game or not," Spartan forward Christian Nitu told the News-Press. "But when our backs are against the wall, he demands the ball.
SPORTS
By Allan Mandell | March 15, 2007
Behind back-to-back sensational performances from senior Adam Malik, the La Cañada Spartans, for the first time in school history, secured a berth to the final four of the CIF Division III state tournament. Last Thursday night, Malik, with 36 points, outscored the Hanford West Huskies by himself after three quarters — driving the Spartans to a 56-33 lead. Malik sat most of the fourth quarter and the final was 68-56. "Two good teams," said La Cañada Head Coach Tom Hofman.
SPORTS
March 9, 2007
Timithie Gould La Canada's Spartan basketball found victory against Hanford west Thursday night at Spartan Stadium.  Adam Malik lead the team in scoring, contributing 36 points to the Spartans' 68-56 win, bringing his season total to 688.  Christian Nitu had seven assists while Darren Ho sank four three-pointers in a row toward the end of game play. The Spartans, now 29-3 overall, are in the state's top eight Division III teams. They face another battle at home on Saturday, March 10 at 7 p.m. against Mission Bay.  Mission Bay beat Corona del Mar, 74-67, in round one.  The Buccaneers are 24-6 overall.
ENTERTAINMENT
By CARY ORDWAY | February 23, 2006
If all things nautical hold some fascination for you, the San Diego waterfront offers a special way to get up close and personal with the many maritime activities on this intriguing bay. Just step aboard your rental boat and you'll be the skipper of your own three-hour tour. Actually you can see the bay in less time than that but, just like Gilligan, you'll be setting off on an exotic day cruise you won't soon forget. Unlike Gilligan, there's not much risk of getting stranded. Your rental agreement doesn't allow you to head for open water.
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