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By Seth Amitin | January 29, 2009
The rain never stopped, ruthlessly tap-tap-tapping on the seats in the stands, the runner?s track, the FieldTurf, the heads of the players. Only until the game was over and the ref had whistled the end of play did it finish, but by then, there wasn?t any other good news for La Cañada. They had lost to San Marino, 2-1, despite outshooting the Titans 10-4. Alex Duvoisin was taken out of the game late with a likely concussion. Chawit Chutikul received a red card. Worst of all, San Marino?
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January 23, 2009
La Canada boys' soccer team went to San Marino looking for a win, but was downed by a ton of rain, a red card, an injury and a controversial call. The rain never stopped, ruthlessly tap-tap-tapping on the seats in the stands, the runner's track, the FieldTurf, the heads of the players.  Only until the game was over and the ref had whistled the end of play did it finish, but by then, there wasn’t any other good news for La Canada. They had lost to San Marino, 2-1, despite outshooting the Titans 10-4.
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By Gene Pepper | August 10, 2011
Seriously, folks, we need to take a look at word power. So much is fast communication today, so let's simplify where we can and examine what we are truly saying. Once in a long-ago classroom, an English teacher admonished her class with this statement: “Class, we need to discuss your usage of words. One is swell, the other is lousy.” A sigh passed through the room as one student raised his hand and said, “Yes, Mrs. Jenkins, but what are the words?” Take the words “like,” and “kinda.” You know, like, I might do that, but I kinda don't want to. These have become idioms in every conversation.
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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 Walsh Carvalho | April 10, 2008
With the help of Kevin Mejia?s four-goal performance, the Los Angeles Futbol Club came out on the offense early to beat the Irvine Strikers, 4-2, Saturday night, at La Cañada High?s football field. LAFC?s Kevin Mejia scored his fourth goal in the 57th minute of the game. A blocked shot by the Strikers? (3-8-6) goalie Joseph Scachetti deflected and Mejia gobbled it up and put in the net, to put LAFC (9-1) up 4-1. ?Kevin had a tremendous night, he?s a very talented player, he?
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | June 30, 2010
GLENDALE — With an unconventional and youthful lineup, the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team won an unconventional tournament for the first time in its long history. Led by Breeana Koemans, one of just two varsity returners playing in the tournament, the Tologs won the 18th annual Travis Jackson 6-A-Side Tournament on Sunday at the Home Depot Center in Carson. Koemans scored the game-winner in sudden death overtime to give Sacred Heart a 4-3 championship win over Palos Verdes.
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By Michael Bruer | March 27, 2014
Several guest speakers visited La Cañada Elementary this week as the school hosted its first-ever Health and Fitness Week, which was chock full of activities. The students were treated to stretching exercises, a professional baseball player, a dunking duo, a pediatrician and a dietitian, among others. By the end of the week an obstacle course will be set up Friday for all grades as a fun way to demonstrate overall fitness. The students were also encouraged to eat more fruits and vegetables with the implementation of an “Eat the Rainbow” chart, where students can track the fruits and vegetables they consume.
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By Parimal M. Rohit | January 29, 2009
How much a difference 14 minutes make. A scoreless tie turned into a 1-1 tie, one player went down to injury and another was issued a red card. Despite several tenuous moments, yellow cards, injuries and an exhausted St. Francis boys? soccer team, the Golden Knights settled for their fourth tie of the season, this one a 1-1 tie in a Mission League road match-up against rival Crespi (14-3-2, 2-1-2) on Thursday evening. ?In the first half we had some better chances, and we could have put it away,?
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | February 24, 2012
Getting to the CIF Southern Section Masters Meet is no easy task and it only gets harder advancing through to the CIF State Tournament. Both La Cañada High's Marty Vardanian and South Pasadena's Ned Estrada were unable to advance to the second day of Masters and saw their seasons come to an end as a result Friday at Temecula Valley High. "The Masters tournament, they call it the 'Meat Grinder'," Tigers Coach Al Shuton said. "They call it that for a reason because that's where all five divisions and all five champions meet.
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By Seth Amitin | January 29, 2009
The rain never stopped, ruthlessly tap-tap-tapping on the seats in the stands, the runner?s track, the FieldTurf, the heads of the players. Only until the game was over and the ref had whistled the end of play did it finish, but by then, there wasn?t any other good news for La Cañada. They had lost to San Marino, 2-1, despite outshooting the Titans 10-4. Alex Duvoisin was taken out of the game late with a likely concussion. Chawit Chutikul received a red card. Worst of all, San Marino?
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By Seth Amitin | January 28, 2009
The rain never stopped, ruthlessly tap-tap-tapping on the seats in the stands, the runner's track, the FieldTurf, the heads of the players.  Only until the game was over and the ref had whistled the end of play did it finish, but by then, there wasn’t any other good news for La Canada. They had lost to San Marino, 2-1, despite outshooting the Titans 10-4.  Alex Duvoisin was taken out of the game late with a likely concussion.  Chawit Chutikul received a red card.
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