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By Timithie Gould | March 8, 2007
Gone are the days when Girl Scouts would simply ring neighborhood doorbells singing promises of Thin Mints and TagaLongs, or stand outside the grocery store providing one more chance for an extra box of Samoas. This year, the scouts at Mt. Wilson Vista Girl Scout Council have found a few more lucrative ways to sell these coveted spring sweets: Girl Scout Cookies. Sarah Hughes, 9, is member of the Juliettes Girl Scout program in La Cañada. She has always been a top seller, with box counts in the hundreds, but this year she found a way to sell even more.
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By Geghard Arakelian | February 2, 2006
Tiger Cubs from Pack 519 Den 7, visited the Valley Sun office on the morning of Friday, Jan. 27, for a tour of how the paper runs on a daily basis. Led by Editor Carol Cormaci, the cubs, accompanied by volunteering parents, made their way through the Valley Sun offices while Cormaci narrated a tour. Kevin Kim, a 7-year-old of Den 7, enjoyed seeing the computers in the office since he "like[s] to write things on the computer," adding that seeing how the computers there work will help him work on computers.
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From Staff Reports | March 22, 2013
BOYS' SWIMMING La Cañada 145, Temple City 45: The Spartans improved to 3-0 in their Rio Hondo League opener at Temple City Thursday. La Cañada dominated, winning every event on the day. GIRLS' SWIMMING Temple City 86, La Cañada 84: It all came down to the final race of Thursday's Rio Hondo League opener at Temple City. While the Spartans received standout, multi-win efforts from Sammy Campbell and Rachel Wong, they still fell at Temple City's pool. “It was a great effort today, losing by two,” said La Cañada assistant swim coach Meg Patrick, who helps head up the girls' team.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | May 3, 2013
PASADENA - Brandon Nguyen said he wanted to go out with a boom in his final high school season. For the La Cañada High boys' swimmer, it meant breaking three - two individual - Rio Hondo League records, including the oldest one left at the league finals Friday at the Rose Bowl Aquatics Center. PHOTOS: Rio Hondo League swim championships Nguyen broke the 100-yard breaststroke record, which at 57.50 seconds had stood since 1992. The senior brought it down with a time of 56.69.
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From Staff Reports | April 18, 2013
BOYS' SWIMMING La Cañada 124, Monrovia 48: La Cañada made it 13 in a row when it comes to Rio Hondo League championships, behind a pair of wins from Brandon Nguyen, Dane Bell and Peter Loakes. La Cañada Coach Art Lopez said it's always a relief to add another league title to the growing list. “It's a lot of pressure because you have that many years behind you and there's always chance you could have a bad meet and slip,” Lopez said. “For me, it's a sigh of relief, because now it's over.
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May 11, 2006
La Canada Junior Baseball/Softball Scores Babe Ruth Division Yankees (Woe) - 13 Orioles (Hanson) - 3 The Yankees’ Ace Taylor Brink and Closer Joseph Cadiff faced off against Orioles’ pitchers including Sam Baldwin Chris Longo in a game in which the Yankees came out on top. Kevin Dalrymple (a triple and a single). Will Peterman (a double), Brink (two singles) and Mark Saatzer, Jamie Krasner, Harry Kightlinger, John Love and Cadiff, all of whom had singles, led the team The highlight for the Orioles’ offense was Josh Hanson’s prodigious home run to the right field wall and a double by Longo.
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May 4, 2006
Babe Ruth Division Washington Nationals (Kendall) -14 Red Sox (Borlund) - 2 The game was an exciting pitching duel between Michael McGlashan of the Red Sox and Cole Kendall of the Nationals. The game turned in favor of the Nationals after four innings when the Red Sox struggled with a pitching change and made a variety of errors and poor decisions. Kendall pitched a full six innings on his way to a 14 - 2 victory for the Nationals. There were few bright spots for the Red Sox, as they need to get back to the fundamentals.
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By Timithie Gould | March 8, 2007
Gone are the days when Girl Scouts would simply ring neighborhood doorbells singing promises of Thin Mints and TagaLongs, or stand outside the grocery store providing one more chance for an extra box of Samoas. This year, the scouts at Mt. Wilson Vista Girl Scout Council have found a few more lucrative ways to sell these coveted spring sweets: Girl Scout Cookies. Sarah Hughes, 9, is member of the Juliettes Girl Scout program in La Cañada. She has always been a top seller, with box counts in the hundreds, but this year she found a way to sell even more.
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By Geghard Arakelian | February 2, 2006
Tiger Cubs from Pack 519 Den 7, visited the Valley Sun office on the morning of Friday, Jan. 27, for a tour of how the paper runs on a daily basis. Led by Editor Carol Cormaci, the cubs, accompanied by volunteering parents, made their way through the Valley Sun offices while Cormaci narrated a tour. Kevin Kim, a 7-year-old of Den 7, enjoyed seeing the computers in the office since he "like[s] to write things on the computer," adding that seeing how the computers there work will help him work on computers.
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