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February 26, 2009
Even with the rash of surprisingly early exits and the incredible story of the Sacred Heart girls? soccer team, the most surprising story so far this playoffs has been the play of the La Cañada girls? soccer team. Before the season started, not even their coach thought they were going to make the playoffs and here we are. Not only did they make the CIF Division V playoffs, but they?re in the quarterfinals. In the first round, La Cañada girls? soccer team (15-4-3) faced off against Orange.
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By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | December 16, 2004
Coming into this season Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer coaches Frank Pace and Kathy Desmond had high expectations for the girls' soccer program. In an early test of those expectations last Saturday, the Tologs played undefeated host Don Lugo in the championship game of the Don Lugo Holiday Classic soccer tournament in Chino. The Tologs defeated the Division I Conquistadors 5-4 on penalty kicks to win the Lugo Tournament, their first in regular season school history, and to improve to 5-0-1 for the season.
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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 Parimal M. Rohit | July 19, 2007
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Tologs continued their summer basketball league play in South Pasadena to play in a nightcap against host Tigers of South Pasadena High School. In a game mired by turnovers and scoring droughts, the Tologs could not keep up with the outside shooting of the Tigers, as South Pasadena defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart, 47-27. The Tologs zone defense could not stop the hot outside shooting, as the Tigers made eight three-point shots in the game, including six in the second half.
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By Ruth Longoria | June 11, 2009
After waiting for four years to wear her white dress and carry the red roses, graduation day finally arrived this past Sunday for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy senior Nicole DeMont and the class of 2009. The 17-year-old told her fellow classmates in her valedictorian speech that her education at Flintridge Sacred Heart not only influenced her mind, it influenced her heart. DeMont, a girl with a grateful heart, passion and perseverance is this week’s Valley Sun All- Star.
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By Dylan Kruse | January 3, 2008
When Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame squared off in the championship game of the Los Tacos Holiday Festival Friday night at the Glendale Sports Complex, it was no surprise the game turned out to be a defensive battle. The two girls’ soccer squads entered the title bout having allowed just one goal between them in the entire tournament. The surprise came after the Mission League foes battled to a 0-0 tie at the end of regulation when both coaches decided not to have penalty kicks decide the match, but to declare co-champions.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 26, 2013
LA CAÑADA - Behind a strong second-quarter effort, the La Cañada High girls' basketball team not only opened their own holiday classic tournament with a victory, but it did so at the expense of a crosstown rival. By holding visiting Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy to one field goal in the second quarter, the Spartans established a sizable halftime lead and never looked back in a 61-44 victory in pool play action on Thursday afternoon. PHOTOS: La Cañada vs. FSHA tournament girls' basketball With the win, La Cañada (8-2)
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 12, 2011
A new layer has been added to the annual cross-town rivalry match played between the La Cañada High and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' volleyball teams this year. The Tologs agreed to make this year's contest against the Spartans the third annual "Dig for the Cure" match, which doubles as La Cañada's fundraiser for breast cancer research. Both teams collect donations before the match, collecting per-dig pledges or flat donations, that benefit the Los Angeles County affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation.
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By Andrew J. Campa, andrew.campa@latimes.com | December 26, 2013
LA CAÑADA - Behind a strong second-quarter effort, the La Cañada High girls' basketball team not only opened their own holiday classic tournament with a victory, but it did so at the expense of a crosstown rival. By holding visiting Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy to one field goal in the second quarter, the Spartans established a sizable halftime lead and never looked back in a 61-44 victory in pool play action on Thursday afternoon. PHOTOS: La Cañada vs. FSHA tournament girls' basketball With the win, La Cañada (8-2)
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | August 28, 2013
It wasn't too long ago when coach Rich Wheeler helped set up the La Cañada High girls' golf team for its inaugural season. That occurred in 2010, when Wheeler and assistant Richard Tetu searched around campus to find potential golfers. After finding a formidable cast of athletes willing to learn and continue to sharpen their skills, Wheeler is now set to coach a couple of the original players for their senior seasons. “Where did the time go?” said Wheeler, whose team took third in the Pacific League behind Crescenta Valley and Arcadia and tied for 15th at the CIF Southern Section Central Team Divisional in 2012.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 12, 2011
A new layer has been added to the annual cross-town rivalry match played between the La Cañada High and Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' volleyball teams this year. The Tologs agreed to make this year's contest against the Spartans the third annual "Dig for the Cure" match, which doubles as La Cañada's fundraiser for breast cancer research. Both teams collect donations before the match, collecting per-dig pledges or flat donations, that benefit the Los Angeles County affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure foundation.
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By Grant Gordon, grant.gordon@latimes.com | February 23, 2011
ALISO VIEJO — When last the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team found itself in penalty kicks, the Tologs' CIF Southern Section playoff run came to a heartbreaking conclusion. But on a cool Tuesday evening in Orange County, Lindsey Espe was the only Tologs player wiping away any tears. And they were most assuredly tears of joy. Espe went from a spectator on the bench to an unlikely hero swarmed by euphoric teammates on the field, as she turned in one of the greatest clutch performances in Sacred Heart soccer lore, stopping three penalty kicks in a 0-0 (4-3)
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By Ruth Longoria | June 11, 2009
After waiting for four years to wear her white dress and carry the red roses, graduation day finally arrived this past Sunday for Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy senior Nicole DeMont and the class of 2009. The 17-year-old told her fellow classmates in her valedictorian speech that her education at Flintridge Sacred Heart not only influenced her mind, it influenced her heart. DeMont, a girl with a grateful heart, passion and perseverance is this week’s Valley Sun All- Star.
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February 26, 2009
Even with the rash of surprisingly early exits and the incredible story of the Sacred Heart girls? soccer team, the most surprising story so far this playoffs has been the play of the La Cañada girls? soccer team. Before the season started, not even their coach thought they were going to make the playoffs and here we are. Not only did they make the CIF Division V playoffs, but they?re in the quarterfinals. In the first round, La Cañada girls? soccer team (15-4-3) faced off against Orange.
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By Dylan Kruse | January 3, 2008
When Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy and Sherman Oaks Notre Dame squared off in the championship game of the Los Tacos Holiday Festival Friday night at the Glendale Sports Complex, it was no surprise the game turned out to be a defensive battle. The two girls’ soccer squads entered the title bout having allowed just one goal between them in the entire tournament. The surprise came after the Mission League foes battled to a 0-0 tie at the end of regulation when both coaches decided not to have penalty kicks decide the match, but to declare co-champions.
SPORTS
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 Parimal M. Rohit | July 19, 2007
The Flintridge Sacred Heart Tologs continued their summer basketball league play in South Pasadena to play in a nightcap against host Tigers of South Pasadena High School. In a game mired by turnovers and scoring droughts, the Tologs could not keep up with the outside shooting of the Tigers, as South Pasadena defeated Flintridge Sacred Heart, 47-27. The Tologs zone defense could not stop the hot outside shooting, as the Tigers made eight three-point shots in the game, including six in the second half.
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