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November 25, 2005
Turkey doings came a week early for seventh and eighth grade students at La Cañada High last Friday. A number of seventh and eighth graders participated in the school's annual Turkey Bowl under warm and clear conditions on the varsity football field. Two teams, School 1 and School 2, made up of seventh grade boys played in the morning game. A game between eighth grade teams, School 3 and School 4, followed just before noon. Cheerleading squads were on hand at both games to help pump up the crowd in the stands.
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June 17, 2004
To honor the memory of manager Jim Barnes who passed away this past season, the La Cañada Softball League has announced the creation of the Jim Barnes Manager of the Year Award. "During this past season, the La Cañada Softball League lost a good friend and wonderful coach, Jim Barnes," said Terry Kay, La Cañada Softball Commissioner. "Not only did Jim Barnes work tirelessly over the past few years as manager and coach to help make this league the wonderful experience that it is for our daughters, he also spent much of his volunteer life helping and teaching children in many other youth organizations," Kay said.
FEATURES
February 18, 2010
The Olympics offers the very best of athleticism and sportsmanship from all over the world. The XXI Winter Olympic Games will feature athletes from all over the world, including Africa, North and Central America, Europe and Asia. What are your thoughts as the Olympics enters its second week of competition? What do you believe the Olympics means to the world? The Rev. Kimberlie Zakarian: As the XXI Winter Olympics enters its second week, I believe the games symbolize the best of diversity and unity among the nations.
SPORTS
October 26, 2006
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 88 held its third annual Sportsmanship Award ceremony last Sunday at the Glendale Sports Complex. More than 250 youths, ages 4-18, were honored for exemplifying the spirit of AYSO and good sportsmanship during the 2006 season. Selected by their coaches, the recipients received a Region 88 T-shirt and a Region 88 pin. The honorees will also be listed in the 2006 yearbook that every player in the program receives at the end of the season.
SPORTS
November 9, 2006
The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 88 held its third annual Sportsmanship Award ceremony at the Glendale Sports Complex on Oct. 22. Honored for exemplifying the spirit of AYSO and good sportsmanship during the 2006 season were 253 youths ages 4-18. Selected by their coaches, the recipients were given a Region 88 T-shirt and pin. The honorees will also be listed in the 2006 yearbook that every player in the program receives at the end of the season. "Good sportsmanship is one of the five tenets of AYSO," said Aldo Mascheroni, Region 88 commissioner.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 27, 2010
Rachel Salvo and Rebecca Salvo , the daughters of Teresa and John N. Salvo of La Cañada, graduated May 16 from Haverford College in Haverford, Pa. Both women earned bachelor's degrees in economics. While studying at Haverford, both were involved in a variety of campus activities. Rachel and Rebecca played on the volleyball team and served as team co-captains. Rachel was named Honorable Mention American Volleyball Coaches Assn., was an Honorable Mention Mid-Atlantic Region Team selection by coaches and was named First-Team All-Centennial Conference.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | August 25, 2010
Football takes a back seat when it comes to the La Canada Gladiators. The Gladiators have been providing athletes of ages 6-14 the chance to get their feet underneath them on the football field since 1968. However, what Gladiator athletes accomplish off the field is more important than what they do on it. "Our focus remains the same,â€ÃƒÂ‚¿Â¿ Gladiators President Kevin Lacey said. "We use football as a vehicle to build character, show kids the proper way to behave in a certain situation and apply it to what they do elsewhere.
NEWS
February 6, 2013
I am a player on the La Cañada varsity soccer team. I am writing this letter in defense of my teammates and my coach. After reading Joe Puglia's column, I was very frustrated, as my team's behavior was generalized as “the antithesis of virtue” for an event that was not accurately described . The game against Temple City did not involve merely a “rough play,” but a blatant attack on our best player in an attempt to break his leg, which resulted...
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | October 21, 2010
There's a trend of sportsmanship in high school athletics this year and La Cañada High is getting in on the action. The Spartans football team did its best to tackle breast cancer during homecoming week before it squared off against South Pasadena Friday night. The team raised funds, getting donations and pledges for every point it scored, and sported pink attire while on field to generate awareness. "One of the big things we wanted to do was make sure our guys are giving and not just taking," Coach Dan Yoder said.
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February 18, 2010
The Olympics offers the very best of athleticism and sportsmanship from all over the world. The XXI Winter Olympic Games will feature athletes from all over the world, including Africa, North and Central America, Europe and Asia. What are your thoughts as the Olympics enters its second week of competition? What do you believe the Olympics means to the world? The Rev. Kimberlie Zakarian: As the XXI Winter Olympics enters its second week, I believe the games symbolize the best of diversity and unity among the nations.
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SPORTS
November 9, 2006
The American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 88 held its third annual Sportsmanship Award ceremony at the Glendale Sports Complex on Oct. 22. Honored for exemplifying the spirit of AYSO and good sportsmanship during the 2006 season were 253 youths ages 4-18. Selected by their coaches, the recipients were given a Region 88 T-shirt and pin. The honorees will also be listed in the 2006 yearbook that every player in the program receives at the end of the season. "Good sportsmanship is one of the five tenets of AYSO," said Aldo Mascheroni, Region 88 commissioner.
SPORTS
October 26, 2006
American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO) Region 88 held its third annual Sportsmanship Award ceremony last Sunday at the Glendale Sports Complex. More than 250 youths, ages 4-18, were honored for exemplifying the spirit of AYSO and good sportsmanship during the 2006 season. Selected by their coaches, the recipients received a Region 88 T-shirt and a Region 88 pin. The honorees will also be listed in the 2006 yearbook that every player in the program receives at the end of the season.
SPORTS
November 25, 2005
Turkey doings came a week early for seventh and eighth grade students at La Cañada High last Friday. A number of seventh and eighth graders participated in the school's annual Turkey Bowl under warm and clear conditions on the varsity football field. Two teams, School 1 and School 2, made up of seventh grade boys played in the morning game. A game between eighth grade teams, School 3 and School 4, followed just before noon. Cheerleading squads were on hand at both games to help pump up the crowd in the stands.
SPORTS
June 17, 2004
To honor the memory of manager Jim Barnes who passed away this past season, the La Cañada Softball League has announced the creation of the Jim Barnes Manager of the Year Award. "During this past season, the La Cañada Softball League lost a good friend and wonderful coach, Jim Barnes," said Terry Kay, La Cañada Softball Commissioner. "Not only did Jim Barnes work tirelessly over the past few years as manager and coach to help make this league the wonderful experience that it is for our daughters, he also spent much of his volunteer life helping and teaching children in many other youth organizations," Kay said.
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