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By Charles Rich | June 5, 2008
Though the Flintridge Prep boys’ volleyball team fell short in its quest to win a CIF championship, a quintet of its players once again proved to be among the best the Prep League has to offer. Flintridge Prep advanced to the quarterfinals of the CIF Southern Section Division V playoffs after taking second in the Prep League. Having Dylan Walker, Reed Bradley, Gavin Thomson, Peter Denton and Edmund Chow on board proved that each could offer something to help the Rebels finish in the upper half of the league standings.
From Staff Reports | April 25, 2013
BOYS' SWIMMING Flintridge Prep at Prep League prelims: The Rebels won 10 of the 11 events at Pasadena Poly Thursday. Carlo Sivilotti, Bruce Park and Marco Flores each had their hands in four victories for Flintridge Prep. Sivilotti, Bruce Park, Kevin Park and Marco Flores made up the Rebels' victorious 200-yard medley and 400 freestyle relay teams. They won both with CIF Southern Section Division IV automatic times of one minute 44.04 seconds in the medley and 3:23.89 in the freestyle.
By Charles Rich | April 15, 2010
In recent seasons, the Prep League has been considered one of the toughest in the region. That might not be the case this season, which led Flintridge Prep boys? volleyball Coach Sean Beattie to provide an outlook on how the league might shape up the next few weeks after the host Rebels earned a 25-17, 25-18, 25-13 league-opening home win over Pacific Lutheran on Tuesday afternoon. ?Recently, it?s been Chadwick, Chadwick and Chadwick,? Beattie said referring to the multiple-time defending league champion.
By Seth Amitin | February 12, 2009
Senior night at Flintridge Prep’s gym turned into a lopsided massacre as the Rebels crushed Chadwick, 75-41, to go undefeated in league play and take the Prep league title. “We usually start slow, like this team, where we were 1-3,” said Rebels Head Coach Garret O’Hara. “Now we’re 17-6 and that’s partly scheduling, knowing that we’re peaking for league and CIF. They’ve made progress, they’re playing their best basketball now and that’s what you want to see.” For some, it was a more of a sobering moment.
March 12, 2009
The Prep League has announced that five Flintridge Prep players were named to the All League Girls Soccer team for the 2008-09 season. Making the first team were sophomore Brooke Elby and freshman Connell Studenmund. Elby, a sophomore from Sierra Madre, led the team in scoring with 10 goals and five assists. Studenmund, a defender from Pasadena, anchored a strong defense that allowed only seven goals in nine league games (the second fewest in the league). Making the second team were forward Alex Baptiste, a senior from Pasadena; midfielder Alina Okamoto, a sophomore from Altadena; and freshman midfielder/defender Kate Lyon, a freshman from Pasadena.
By Gabriel Rizk News-Press | January 31, 2008
Aside from a couple of defensive misplays that led to two decisive goals, Flintridge Prep girls? soccer Coach Sean Beattie had few complaints following his team?s 3-2 Prep League loss to visiting Chadwick at the Glendale Sports Complex on Friday afternoon. ?I told the girls the reason I was proud was because they never stopped,? Beattie said of his team, which trailed the Dolphins, 3-1, at halftime. ?A two-goal deficit to a team as good as Chadwick is sometimes real tough to come back from, and a lot of teams can sense that and drop their play.
February 9, 2006
Five Flintridge Prep players scored a goal in Prep League action last Friday as the Rebels shut out host Claremont Webb School, 5-0. Prep, 11-4-4 overall and 5-1-2 in league, played Chadwick School on Tuesday at the Glendale Sports Complex in a league contest, but results were not available at press time. The Rebels will close out the regular league season by hosting Pasadena Poly today (Thursday) at 3:30 p.m. Keesha Wilson, Charlotte Milinivich, Ayana Sumiyasu, Chardee Galan and Kathryn Iwata scored goals for the Rebels.
By Charles Rich | October 22, 2009
With two weeks to prepare for one of the top teams in the region, the members of the Flintridge Prep football team came into Friday night?s Prep League opener against Rio Hondo Prep optimistic. Fresh from a bye week, the Rebels came in thinking they stood a chance against the defending league and CIF Southern Section Northeast Division champions. From the opening whistle, Flintridge Prep was swarmed by bigger and more talented athletes, and couldn?t match up, in a 48-0 road loss.
April 24, 2014
GIRLS' SWIMMING La Cañada 90, San Marino 78: The Spartans remain on pace to clinch a Rio Hondo League championship with a league road victory on Thursday afternoon. The girls' 200-yard medley team led the way with a victory in 1 minute 58.57 seconds. La Cañada improved to 4-0 with one more meet at Monrovia next week. BOYS' SWIMMING San Marino 92, La Cañada 87: The Spartans' run of 12 straight Rio Hondo League titles ended Thursday afternoon at San Marino.
From Staff Reports | April 15, 2014
BASEBALL Flintridge Prep 2, Rio Hondo Prep 0: The Rebels snapped a four-game winless streak with a well-pitched performance in a Prep League road victory on Tuesday. Rebels starting pitcher Brendan McKiernan (3-2) went the distance in scattering four hits and fanning eight versus one walk. “It was a big improvement for Brendan,” Rebels Coach Guillermo Gonzalez said. “He was hitting his spots and had a lot of movement on his fastball.” Hamilton Evans was two for three with two runs for Flintridge Prep (7-5-1, 3-2)
From Staff Reports | April 10, 2014
BOYS' VOLLEYBALL San Marino 3, La Cañada 2: The Spartans fell in a thrilling Rio Hondo League road match on Thursday afternoon 23-25, 25-23, 16-25, 25-15, 15-12. Sophomore outside hitter Mel Schroeder finished with 16 kills, while Noah Goldstein tallied 15 kills and Connor Walbrecht and Trent Bauer added eight kills. Libero Connor Belcher also totaled 15 digs for the Spartans (6-6, 1-1 in league). “It was a crazy match, real back and forth,” Spartans Coach Otto Lacayo said.
By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Valley Sun | February 19, 2014
LA CAÑADA - There were several caveats to take into account as the Flintridge Prep boys' basketball team ventured into this year's postseason. Just like last year, when the postseason run extended to the CIF Southern Section Division VAA semifinals followed by an invitation to the state tournament, the Rebels came in champions of the Prep League. But this season, the Rebels had bumped up a division to IVA and were sure to face tougher competition. PHOTOS: Flintridge Prep vs. Notre Dame CIF SS Division IV-AA first-round game Their first-round opponent was Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, which arrived as an at-large entry that finished last in its league.
By Grant Gordon, | February 17, 2014
La Cañada High's girls' basketball team has been at or atop the CIF Southern Section Division 3-A rankings all season, and that will continue going into the postseason. Though it was a little lower than previous years, the Spartans earned the No. 4 seed in the CIF Southern Section playoffs on Sunday, only to have that changed Tuesday. The Spartans (21-5) were bumped up to No. 3, flipping positions with South Pasadena, who forfeited a league game and its half of the Rio Hondo League title to the Spartans, now the league's outright champion.
By Robert Fulton, Special to the Valley Sun | February 7, 2014
LA CAÑADA - Playing its fourth game in a week and the second in consecutive days, there was a chance that the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team may have lacked energy for its Prep League showdown with Rio Hondo at home on Friday. However, the Rebels didn't have to look far for motivation, considering the importance of the game and the fact that they were out for some payback. “We wanted to get revenge because they beat us last time, so that kind of fueled us,” said Flintridge Prep junior Lacy Coan.
By Charles Rich, | February 7, 2014
GLENDALE - It's going to be a long wait to see what the fate will be for the members of the Flintridge Prep boys' soccer team in regard to where they will finish in the Prep League and if they are to qualify for the playoffs. The Rebels had once occupied first place in league, but their bid to win league fell by the wayside Friday after the Rebels yielded a pair of second-half goals en route to a 2-0 league home loss against Chadwick at the Glendale Sports Complex. “We've gone from first place to not knowing where we will finish,” said Flintridge Prep Coach AJ Yates, whose team concluded the regular season portion of its schedule.
By Andrew J. Campa, | February 6, 2014
PASADENA - Once up by as many as 16 points, the Flintridge Prep girls' basketball team found itself in a fight late at Mayfield Senior School. Fortunately for the visiting Rebels, they played well enough on defense and hit their free throws to repel the Cubs for a 55-47 Prep League victory Thursday evening. “For us, it starts with defense and creating pressure,” Rebels co-Coach Kevin Kiyomura said. “There are going to be nights, especially on the road, where our shots don't fall.
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