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December 8, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer team remained undefeated on the season by scoring a 3-1 nonleague victory over host Newbury Park last Saturday. The Tologs upped their overall mark to 2-0. They will host Pasadena Westridge tomorrow ( Friday) in a nonleague tussle at 5 p.m. and travel to Los Angeles Marymount next Wednesday for a 3:30 p.m. nonleague contest. Sacred Heart scored the only goal in the first half of play and secured the win with two goals in the second half.
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April 22, 2004
Participating in the San Fernando Valley Victory Spring Classic last Saturday, the La Cañada girls' varsity softball team lost both games in C pool play at the Hjelte Sports Complex in Encino. Newbury Park toppled the Spartans 6-2 in the first game and Granada Hills rolled over La Cañada 11-3 in the second game. The loses dropped the Spartans to 8-4 while their league record remained at 4-0. The Spartans traveled to Temple City for a league contest on Tuesday, but no results were available at press time.
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By ? By Charles Rich | March 20, 2008
Though the St. Francis High soccer team fell short of its ultimate goal of winning a CIF championship, its season was anything but disappointing. The Golden Knights won the Mission League championship for the first time since 2004 before having nine of their players secure all-league accolades. Three St. Francis seniors picked up more prestigious honors Tuesday, when the All-LA84 (formerly All-CIF) selections were released. Senior forward Nick Posthuma was named to the Division I first team, while senior midfielder Nick Swart and senior defender Sean McGuinness earned spots on the division?
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December 21, 2006
Host Oak Park topped the St. Francis boys' varsity basketball team, 70-57, in the Oak Park Tournament third place contest last Friday. With their second defeat in a row, the Golden Knights fell to 2-5. St. Francis is not scheduled to play again until after the Christmas holidays when it will begin participation in the Village Christian Tournament on Dec. 27. Oak Park took a 21-15 advantage after one quarter and continued to lead 32-28 at...
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April 19, 2007
This month, the Rev. George Brincat, priest in residence at Holy Redeemer Church in Montrose, celebrates his 50th year as a priest. Monsignor John K. Foley, pastor of Holy Redeemer, will celebrate a special Mass of thanksgiving in his honor on April 22 at 10 a.m., followed by a reception in Healy Hall immediately following the Mass. Brincat, along with seven other priests celebrating half a century of priesthood, were recently honored by Cardinal Roger Mahony with hundreds of their follow priests and more than 3,000 faithful attending the April 2 Chrism Mass at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels.
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By Megan O’Neil | January 7, 2010
Clutching a paper napkin in one hand and a Philly cheese steak in the other, Jean Embree offered up her verdict. “The flavor is excellent and the meat is very high quality,” Embree said. “Most people don’t bother to buy good meat because they think people don’t care.” The Altadena resident was one of a dozen customers filling tables and happily munching on sandwiches Wednesday at the opening of Jersey Mike’s Subs sandwich shop in La Cañada Flintridge.
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By Charles Rich | April 10, 2008
He chuckled briefly while reflecting on a career that he never could have imagined. Nick Posthuma reminisced fondly about some of the highlights that ranged from initially becoming a full-time starter to winning a league championship to competing in postseason matches for the St. Francis High boys? soccer team. At no time did Posthuma struggle to sum up what it meant playing for a program steeped in tradition. ?It?s different with St. Francis soccer,? said Posthuma, who finished the season with a team-high 21 goals and eight assists for 50 points before being tabbed the All-Area Boys?
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By Charles Rich | October 9, 2008
With its top player hampered with back problems, the St. Francis High football team needed to find another way to produce. The Golden Knights turned to their strength — their defense — to help them remain undefeated despite an offensive unit that struggled. St. Francis allowed just 123 yards of total offense to record a 17-7 nonleague road victory against Rio Mesa on Friday night. St. Francis junior running back Dietrich Riley, the reigning All-Area Player of the Year, was limited to 55 yards in 11 carries.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | February 26, 2009
St. Francis senior goalkeeper Jordan Bell saved six shots and prevented several other scoring opportunities as the Golden Knights edged Tesoro High, 2-0, in a gritty road victory at Titan Field in Tesoro in Friday afternoon?s first round of the CIF Southern Section Division IA playoffs. The Golden Knights had second half goals by sophomores Jake LaPorte and Eric Verso, allowing St. Francis to advance to the second round of the playoffs at Newbury Park. It will be the Knights? second road game of these playoffs.
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By ? By Charles Rich | March 20, 2008
Though the St. Francis High soccer team fell short of its ultimate goal of winning a CIF championship, its season was anything but disappointing. The Golden Knights won the Mission League championship for the first time since 2004 before having nine of their players secure all-league accolades. Three St. Francis seniors picked up more prestigious honors Tuesday, when the All-LA84 (formerly All-CIF) selections were released. Senior forward Nick Posthuma was named to the Division I first team, while senior midfielder Nick Swart and senior defender Sean McGuinness earned spots on the division?
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December 8, 2005
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy varsity soccer team remained undefeated on the season by scoring a 3-1 nonleague victory over host Newbury Park last Saturday. The Tologs upped their overall mark to 2-0. They will host Pasadena Westridge tomorrow ( Friday) in a nonleague tussle at 5 p.m. and travel to Los Angeles Marymount next Wednesday for a 3:30 p.m. nonleague contest. Sacred Heart scored the only goal in the first half of play and secured the win with two goals in the second half.
SPORTS
April 22, 2004
Participating in the San Fernando Valley Victory Spring Classic last Saturday, the La Cañada girls' varsity softball team lost both games in C pool play at the Hjelte Sports Complex in Encino. Newbury Park toppled the Spartans 6-2 in the first game and Granada Hills rolled over La Cañada 11-3 in the second game. The loses dropped the Spartans to 8-4 while their league record remained at 4-0. The Spartans traveled to Temple City for a league contest on Tuesday, but no results were available at press time.
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