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May 8, 2008
Matthew Faber, a freshman at La Cañada High School, won the Rio Hondo League JV Singles Tennis Championship last Thursday, at the Live Oak Park courts in Temple City. He defeated James Schechet, the tournament No. 1 seed from San Marino High School, 7-5, 6-4 in the final. Faber also defeated, Ben Winkle, the No. 1 seed from South Pasadena HS in the first round, 8-1; Ethan Sy, the San Marino HS No. 3 seed, 8-0, in the quarterfinal and freshman teammate Jonathan Ni, the La Canada HS No. 2 seed, 6-1, 6-4 in the semifinal.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | May 10, 2007
Last week was big for La Cañada track and field. The team competed in the Rio Hondo League preliminaries on Tuesday and then the league finals on Friday, both at San Marino High School. Nearly 40 varsity and frosh/soph athletes made the cut to compete at the league finals meet, but the numbers decreased when the competition stiffened at the finals level. Six Spartans excelled at San Marino and will continue on to the CIF Division III preliminaries at Warren High School in Downey this Saturday.
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July 26, 2007
It is with great pleasure that Bill and Mary Jane Kelly, formerly of La Cañada, announce the engagement of their daughter Katy to Mark Shannon, son of Michael and Christine Shannon of San Marino. Katy is the granddaughter of Joy Gifford and the late Fran Gifford and Nina Dudenhoffer and the late Dr. Frank Dudenhoffer, all of La Cañada. Mark is the grandson of Ursula and Bruno Lizzi and the late Louis and Jewel Shannon. Katy, a second generation La Cañadan, attended La Cañada schools and Sacred Heart before graduating in 2002 from Ursuline High School in Santa Rosa, to which the Kelly family moved in 1998.
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By Chris Sutton | March 31, 2005
As early as 7:30 on Friday morning, the buses started rolling in at La Cañada High School and within minutes afterwards, it looked as if the Philharmonic Orchestra had arrived. Dressed in black dresses and suits with white shirts and carrying their instruments, orchestra and band students from LCHS and 13 other schools came to participate in the District Band and Orchestra Festival, sponsored by the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association. All day, music could be heard on the campus.
SPORTS
February 8, 2007
Placing first, second or third in the Rio Hondo League Tournament held last Friday at San Marino High School, 10 La Cañada High School wrestlers qualified for the Divisional CIF Competition to be held in Oxnard Feb. 16 to 17. Placing first in their respective weight categories were seniors Keith Male (112 lbs), Spencer Tompkins (160 lbs) and Justin Luthey (215 lbs). Placing second in their weight categories were junior Michael Peterson ( 119 lbs), senior Connor Ulf (154 lbs)
FEATURES
May 4, 2006
A secluded cove along the dramatic coastline of Pacific Grove, Calif. provided the scenic setting for the August 7, 2005 wedding of Tom Edward Traeger and Daphne Michelle Richer. As sea otters frolicked in the surf and waves crashed on the rocky shoreline, the bride and groom exchanged vows of enduring love before a small gathering of family and friends. The ceremony was followed by an intimate reception in the patio of the Forge in the Forest restaurant in Carmel, Calif. The groom is the son of Solveig Traeger, resident of La Crescenta for many years, and the late Rudolph Traeger.
NEWS
October 20, 2005
by Geghard Arakelian An ecstatic Camille Clark stood on stage in sheer excitement in front of camera crews, family, and Tournament of Roses Association members Monday morning on being announced the 2006 Rose Queen at Wrigley Mansion in Pasadena. Clark, a 17-year-old senior at La Salle High School, was named Rose Queen after numerous nerve-wracking tryouts, which started with more than 1,000 contestants. Though Monday's rainy weathered proved to be a nuisance for the outdoor announcement, which was hastened, the dreary weather did dampen Queen Camille's spirit.
BUSINESS
June 29, 2006
The Pasadena-Foothills Association of Realtors (PFAR) presented scholarships totaling $9,000 to nine students from eight local public high schools last week. Each year, PFAR chooses winners based on several criteria including GPA, community involvement, extracurricular activities, need, personal attributes, leadership skills, and goals. The students, who each received a $1000 scholarship, were Mary Apajian, Pasadena High School; Elizabeth Cruz, Pasadena High School; Mabel Ramirez, John Muir High School; Tamieko Foster, Marshall High School; Jessica Kwong, South Pasadena High School; Shanna Wang, San Marino High School; Michael Kwak, Crescenta Valley High School; Whitney Koblin, La Canada High School; Sara Locke; Verdugo Hills High School.
NEWS
By Leticia Cheng | October 14, 2004
The 2004 LCHS Homecoming theme was announced by ASB through a Broadway-like dance choreographed by cheerleader Kim Chau on Oct. 7. This year's homecoming theme is "New York, New York." To highlight the Big Apple theme, members of ASB wore black "I Love NY" T-shirts. Some dressed as famous New York attractions, such as the Statue of Liberty. There were also signs featuring other popular NYC landmarks, like 5th Avenue and Broadway. "I'm really looking forward to homecoming, especially now that the theme's been announced," said senior Tina Ho. The homecoming dance will be held in the LCHS North Gym on Saturday, Oct. 23. Voting for the Homecoming Court took place in SSR classes sometime this week and results will be announced next week.
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May 8, 2008
Matthew Faber, a freshman at La Cañada High School, won the Rio Hondo League JV Singles Tennis Championship last Thursday, at the Live Oak Park courts in Temple City. He defeated James Schechet, the tournament No. 1 seed from San Marino High School, 7-5, 6-4 in the final. Faber also defeated, Ben Winkle, the No. 1 seed from South Pasadena HS in the first round, 8-1; Ethan Sy, the San Marino HS No. 3 seed, 8-0, in the quarterfinal and freshman teammate Jonathan Ni, the La Canada HS No. 2 seed, 6-1, 6-4 in the semifinal.
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FEATURES
July 26, 2007
It is with great pleasure that Bill and Mary Jane Kelly, formerly of La Cañada, announce the engagement of their daughter Katy to Mark Shannon, son of Michael and Christine Shannon of San Marino. Katy is the granddaughter of Joy Gifford and the late Fran Gifford and Nina Dudenhoffer and the late Dr. Frank Dudenhoffer, all of La Cañada. Mark is the grandson of Ursula and Bruno Lizzi and the late Louis and Jewel Shannon. Katy, a second generation La Cañadan, attended La Cañada schools and Sacred Heart before graduating in 2002 from Ursuline High School in Santa Rosa, to which the Kelly family moved in 1998.
SPORTS
By Timithie Gould | May 10, 2007
Last week was big for La Cañada track and field. The team competed in the Rio Hondo League preliminaries on Tuesday and then the league finals on Friday, both at San Marino High School. Nearly 40 varsity and frosh/soph athletes made the cut to compete at the league finals meet, but the numbers decreased when the competition stiffened at the finals level. Six Spartans excelled at San Marino and will continue on to the CIF Division III preliminaries at Warren High School in Downey this Saturday.
SPORTS
February 8, 2007
Placing first, second or third in the Rio Hondo League Tournament held last Friday at San Marino High School, 10 La Cañada High School wrestlers qualified for the Divisional CIF Competition to be held in Oxnard Feb. 16 to 17. Placing first in their respective weight categories were seniors Keith Male (112 lbs), Spencer Tompkins (160 lbs) and Justin Luthey (215 lbs). Placing second in their weight categories were junior Michael Peterson ( 119 lbs), senior Connor Ulf (154 lbs)
FEATURES
May 4, 2006
A secluded cove along the dramatic coastline of Pacific Grove, Calif. provided the scenic setting for the August 7, 2005 wedding of Tom Edward Traeger and Daphne Michelle Richer. As sea otters frolicked in the surf and waves crashed on the rocky shoreline, the bride and groom exchanged vows of enduring love before a small gathering of family and friends. The ceremony was followed by an intimate reception in the patio of the Forge in the Forest restaurant in Carmel, Calif. The groom is the son of Solveig Traeger, resident of La Crescenta for many years, and the late Rudolph Traeger.
NEWS
October 20, 2005
by Geghard Arakelian An ecstatic Camille Clark stood on stage in sheer excitement in front of camera crews, family, and Tournament of Roses Association members Monday morning on being announced the 2006 Rose Queen at Wrigley Mansion in Pasadena. Clark, a 17-year-old senior at La Salle High School, was named Rose Queen after numerous nerve-wracking tryouts, which started with more than 1,000 contestants. Though Monday's rainy weathered proved to be a nuisance for the outdoor announcement, which was hastened, the dreary weather did dampen Queen Camille's spirit.
NEWS
By Chris Sutton | March 31, 2005
As early as 7:30 on Friday morning, the buses started rolling in at La Cañada High School and within minutes afterwards, it looked as if the Philharmonic Orchestra had arrived. Dressed in black dresses and suits with white shirts and carrying their instruments, orchestra and band students from LCHS and 13 other schools came to participate in the District Band and Orchestra Festival, sponsored by the Southern California School Band and Orchestra Association. All day, music could be heard on the campus.
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