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By Gabriel Rizk | February 22, 2007
While relieved to advance to the semifinals, Renaissance Academy basketball Coach Sid Cooke was anything but pleased with his team's performance. In Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal, the Wildcats allowed visiting Santa Fe to hang around well into the closing minutes of the fourth quarter before pulling away for a 67-54 victory. "We were just trying to slow the ball down to run time, but [the Chiefs] were good enough to make us run," said Renaissance guard Josh Thomas of the pressure the team faced in protecting a 59-51 lead with 2:30 to play.
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April 14, 2005
The La Cañada High boys' 7/8 soccer team hosted Santa Fe Middle School on April 5 at FIS. After a fairly slow start and after four missed shots on goal, La Canada was scoreless. Unfortunately, after three relatively unimpressive shots on goal, Santa Fe had the lead 2-0, and the fight was on. Settling down and making many, linked, quick passes both inside and outside, La Canada continued to push the opponents defense, but continued to come up short. But a few minutes later, Garrett Gray found himself with the ball inside the 18-yard mark, on the right side.
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April 6, 2006
After several hard-fought games, the undefeated La Canada 7/8 boys soccer team earned a well-deserved and "comfortable" 11-0 victory over the Village Christian Middle School 6/7/8 soccer team on March 24. From the outset, the Spartans dominated the game with five different players scoring goals in the first half. Ryan Upton, Brian Blumenfeld, Cameron Meeker, Patrick Yew, and Diego Ruano, who scored twice, all had goals to make the score 6-0 at halftime. The second half was all La Cañada as well, with many support players getting more game time.
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November 16, 2006
Matt Kohorst, a senior at La Salle High in Pasadena and a resident of La Cañada Flintridge, has signed a National Letter of Intent and has accepted a baseball scholarship to the University of San Diego. Kohorst, a 6'3" right-handed pitcher, is a two-year starter for the La Salle varsity baseball team. As a sophomore, he was First Team All-Santa Fe League and, as a junior, he was the Most Valuable Pitcher in the Santa Fe League and a Second Team All-Area honoree in baseball. In addition to the University of San Diego, Kohorst, whose parents are Shelley Allen and Bob Kohorst, had offers to play baseball from the University of Michigan and Loyola Marymount University.
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May 18, 2006
Although the Flintridge Prep varsity volleyball team lost its first game in a CIF Southern Section Division V first round match against visiting Los Angeles Milken Community last Thursday, the Rebels came back to win the next three games to take the match, 3-1. Prep, 13-12, hosted Pasadena La Salle, which won the Santa Fe League title, in second round action on Tuesday, but results were not available at press time. In the Milken match, the Wildcats won the first game, 25-23.
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From Staff Reports | March 27, 2014
Grant Arthur, Sophomore, Guard, La Canada All-Rio Hondo League first-team pick and All-CIF Southern Section Division III-A second-team honoree averaged 12 points per game. Eric Bae, Senior, Guard, Crescenta Valley All-Pacific League first-team pick was a stellar defender who averaged nine points and 3.8 rebounds per game, while shooting 37% from behind the arc. Teo Davidian, Senior, Guard, Hoover All-Pacific League first-team pick averaged 17 points per contest.
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February 15, 2007
All six Spartan teams made it to the playoff rounds this winter season. Congratulations and good luck to all our La Cañada area high schools! Boys' basketball will play against Almont League at-large team Alhambra at the Spartan Stadium tomorrow, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m. A victory matches the Spartans (9-1) against the winner of Workman versus Crossroads on Tuesday, Feb. 20. Girls' basketball faces the Miramonte League's No. 2 team Wilson on Saturday, Feb. 17 at 7:30 p.m. at La Cañada.
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February 22, 2007
LA CAÑADA Boys' soccer won 2-1 against Silverado last Saturday and played Carpinteria yesterday in round two of playoffs, winning 2-1. Boys' basketball beat Alhambra last Friday 47-31 and played Crossroads on Tuesday, winning 75-68. Their quarterfinal game is tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. against Santa Clara at La Cañada. Girls' basketball won 77-46 against Wilson last Saturday to advance to round two. They played AB Miller yesterday, but game scores were not available at press time.
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By Timithie Gould | February 15, 2007
LA CAÑADA — The Lady Spartans were hoping to close the season last Thursday without a loss, but instead walked off in defeat after visiting Monrovia won 1-0 in both teams' last league game. The Spartans created multiple chances to score during their mostly offensive play, but were unable to connect with the goal. "We definitely dominated," said Head Coach Louis Bilowitz. "But I'd rather it [the loss] happen now than in the playoffs." During a scoreless first half, La Cañada kept control over the ball with tight passing and few turnovers — but not many shots on goal.
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November 18, 2004
The 2004-2005 Metropolitan Opera National Council Regional Auditions finals will be held at Bovard Auditorium at USC on Nov. 20 at 2 p.m. The program will showcase some of the most promising young opera singers in the West. Finalists will compete before a panel of distinguished judges from the world of opera. This year's judges include Martina Malas, New York City voice teacher; Brad Woolbright, artistic administrator, Santa Fe Opera; and Harry Silverstein, stage director, De Paul Opera Theater.
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By Gabriel Rizk | February 22, 2007
While relieved to advance to the semifinals, Renaissance Academy basketball Coach Sid Cooke was anything but pleased with his team's performance. In Tuesday's CIF Southern Section Division III quarterfinal, the Wildcats allowed visiting Santa Fe to hang around well into the closing minutes of the fourth quarter before pulling away for a 67-54 victory. "We were just trying to slow the ball down to run time, but [the Chiefs] were good enough to make us run," said Renaissance guard Josh Thomas of the pressure the team faced in protecting a 59-51 lead with 2:30 to play.
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