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June 5, 2008
The Gillespie Insurance Purple Sharks won a 1-0 thriller over the Kovacs & Associates team Tuesday night to take the Super Senior Division Championship. Stephanie Bathke and K&A starter Lauren Cox battled pitch for pitch combining for 30 strikeouts, but in the fifth inning, Joelle Martinez doubled to right and Gracie Kenny hit the next pitch for a double of her own to knock in the winning run. Becca Stoker and Koko Tavera also had hits to pace the Sharks. Bathke threw a one-hitter and went the seven-inning distance to get the big win for the Sharks.
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By Jeff Tully | May 6, 2010
Playing against some of the best age-group players in the nation, a tennis team from La Cañada was able to best all comers. The men’s team from La Cañada, representing the United States Tennis Assn. Southern California section, captured the national title at the USTA League 8.0 Super Senior National Championships held April 28 at the Surprise Tennis and Racquet Complex in Surprise, Ariz. The area team defeated a team from Overland Park, Kan., 3-0, in the championship match.
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March 16, 2006
La Canada Junior Baseball Softball Association held its Opening Day event last Sunday at La Canada High and the cold, rainy weather didn't interfere with everyone having a good time. Several players competed in the Golden Arm Contest and the Home Run Derby Contest while their fellow teammates cheered them on. The division winners in the Golden Arm Contest will receive Juice It Up Smoothies for their entire team. The winners were: Pixie: Katrine Madsen, Rookie: Megan Lacey ,Junior: Maddy Fisher, Senior: Laurie O'Leary, Super Senior: Anna Brenner, Shetland: Trevor Grey, Pinto: Matt Varrevato, Mustang 9: Jonny Brandt, Mustang 10: Grant Owen, Bronco: Joey Hanson and Babe Ruth: John Rodli.
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January 11, 2007
The La Cañada Junior Baseball and Softball Association will host a special softball clinic this weekend. The softball board has invited JustSOFTBALL to conduct the clinics. The JustSOFTBALL organization is made-up of former top collegiate players, college coaches, professional instructors and Olympic gold medalists. This is the La Cañada Junior Baseball and Softball Association's fifth year hosting a skills clinic for coaches and youth players. The clinic will be held from 9 a.m. to noon, Jan. 13, at the FIS field on Cornishon Avenue in La Cañada for rookie and junior players with birthdays in 1996 to 1999, and from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. for senior and super-senior players with birthdays in 1989 to 1995.
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By Timithie Gould | June 8, 2007
The girls' divisions of the La Cañada Junior Baseball and Softball Association came to a close last weekend with their final playoff games. Every team enjoyed their last pitches of the season, while the Lucky Charms, Pacific West Storm, and Goldberg were named champions in the Junior, Senior, and Super Senior divisions. Most of the boy's division continue play into next week, with only a few teams left in playoff contention. The Giants dominated the Pinto division with their championship win over the Dodgers.
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January 24, 2008
Flintridge Prep soccer skunks Poly Flintridge Prep’s boys’ soccer team defeated Pasadena Poly last week, 4-0, to bring their Prep League record to 1-2. Rebels Jeff Nieh, Andy Davis, Alex Holden and Carey Cousineau all scored for Flintridge Prep, while goalkeeper Faud Beshir had seven saves. La Cañada baseball, softball tryouts The La Cañada Junior Baseball & Softball Association will hold tryouts Jan. 26. Registration will continue through Jan. 25. Baseball tryouts, under the direction of La Cañada Junior Baseball & Softball Association Baseball Vice President Bill Stoner, are on the varsity baseball field at La Cañada High School, with Babe Ruth (13- through 15-year-olds)
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May 24, 2007
After a long and successful Junior Baseball and Softball season, the playoffs are finally here. There are many upcoming playoff games in the next week and we wish all teams the best of luck! BASEBALL Pinto ? The next round of playoff games takes place on May 29 at Youth House East and May 31 at Mormon Field as the final four face off for a chance to play in the Pinto Championship game on June 2. Both games are at 5:15 p.m. Mustang-9 ? In a very technical bracket, the second round games will take place on May 30 and 31, also at 5:15 p.m. at La Cañada Elementary.
NEWS
Gene Pepper | July 27, 2011
The British Open Golf Tournament is one of the sturdiest tests in all of golfdom. It is always played in July on courses in Scotland or England. This year's battle was set at Royal St. Georges in Kent, England, smack against the English Channel and not far from the incomparable White Cliffs of Dover. With a fierce wind and driving rain, this contest, a tough challenge for all golfers, can add years to a player's age. Included in all of the media hoopla were stories about the esteemed ages of some of the players: Phil Mickelson, 41, Miguel Angel Jimenez, 47, and Tom Watson, 61. Jack Nicklaus played his last competitive round in his 60s. He's now 71. By the way, his 18 major golf wins are untouchable.
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May 29, 2008
Babe Ruth Dodgers 11, Red Sox 5 Another solid game by the Dodgers, as they were victorious against their nemisis rivals the Red Sox, who had beaten them two out of the last three times. The ace of the staff, Griffin Longo, threw six strong innings before Andrew ?the bull dog? Bartine came in to close the game with his wicked curve ball. Clayton Weirick had a great game and Tyler Zsebik had a triple. The Dodgers are fired up and looking forward to playing the Cardinals.
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June 5, 2008
The Gillespie Insurance Purple Sharks won a 1-0 thriller over the Kovacs & Associates team Tuesday night to take the Super Senior Division Championship. Stephanie Bathke and K&A starter Lauren Cox battled pitch for pitch combining for 30 strikeouts, but in the fifth inning, Joelle Martinez doubled to right and Gracie Kenny hit the next pitch for a double of her own to knock in the winning run. Becca Stoker and Koko Tavera also had hits to pace the Sharks. Bathke threw a one-hitter and went the seven-inning distance to get the big win for the Sharks.
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