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By Seth Amitin | February 26, 2009
For a team that turned in a lot of firsts this year, Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer team has everything to be proud of, said Tologs Coach Frank Pace. ?Our girls had a great season,? Pace said. ?We accomplished much more than we thought we were going to accomplish. We won the Mission league championship for the first time.? Through their accomplishments they earned a No. 1 seed in the CIF Division II playoffs. The Tologs beat Beckman in the first round last week, but were overtaken by Saugus at Saugus, for the second time this year, on Tuesday, 1-0. ?
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | June 13, 2013
Residents who live on Hilldale Drive don't have a lot of room to store their cars, but La Cañada Flintridge officials hope that they can keep the street empty once a month to clean up debris. The twisty, 20-foot-wide road in the southern part of the city that begins at Verdugo Boulevard is often skipped by the city's private street-sweeping service provider. Parked cars line the street, making it difficult for the sweeper to roll through every other Friday morning. Last year, 25 residents signed a petition to restrict parking on the days the sweeping occurred, but the proposal was rejected by the city's Public Works and Traffic Commission.
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By Timithie Gould | November 8, 2007
The La Cañada High School Booster Club hosted its annual fundraising dinner and auction last Saturday evening to benefit the athletic and other extra-curricular programs at the school. In true Spartan style, the Oakmont Country Club was decked in red and gold as parents, Booster club members and other friends of La Cañada High enjoyed perusing the silent auction items before sitting down to enjoy a performance by the La Cañada High School Chamber Singers. “Usually women take care of decorations for these kinds of things,” joked Booster vice president of public relations Steven Brown.
SPORTS
By Charles Rich | March 15, 2007
For all of the nagging injuries that the Flintridge Prep boys' and girls' soccer teams suffered this season, there's optimism for the future with many players expected to return to their respective squads next year. Flintridge Prep's boys' team failed to qualify for the CIF Southern Section Division III playoffs this season, while the girls' team made a postseason appearance. In both cases, several athletes made significant contributions to their teams and earned All-Prep League accolades.
NEWS
August 28, 2008
Like many school clubs, sports and organizations, the La Cañada High School Spartan Booster Club La Cañada High School Spartan Booster Club is preparing for the 2008-09 school year. One of the first orders of business is to acquaint newcomers and remind returning students and parents that the LCHS Spartan Boosters is a support group dedicated to supporting 7th through 12th grade extracurricular activities alive and well throughout the year. Led by a team of 40 directors, the group supplies uniforms, helps refinish the gym, provides help with the STAR program and supports dozens of sports, activities and clubs.
SPORTS
By Grant Gordon | March 4, 2010
IRVINE — It was another second-half playoff comeback. It was another nailbiter decided by penalty kicks against a familiar foe. But for the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy soccer team, another round in the CIF Southern Section Division II playoffs was not to be. Having rallied to tie the match with less than five minutes remaining in regulation, second-seeded Sacred Heart rebounded against third-seeded Beckman to play inspired soccer...
SPORTS
By Matt Copping, Special to the Valley Sun | February 17, 2005
At the beginning of last week the Flintridge Sacred Heart varsity soccer team was looking at the possibility of a potential fourth place finish in the tough Mission League and then watching the CIF playoffs from the sideline. However, in the words of co-coach Frank Pace, "Our team found it's personality this week." On Feb. 9, the Tologs traveled to Crespi High to face a physical Louisville team in a must-win game. History had not been kind to the Tologs facing Louisville at home for the past four years, including a 2-3 loss to the Royals last season.
SPORTS
April 29, 2012
Francisco Baez, Senior, Midfielder, Burroughs Enjoyed record-breaking season with 18 goals - which all came in league play and were a team record - and nine assists. Earned All-Pacific League and All-CIF Division IV first-team accolades. Armand Bagramyan, Junior, Forward, La Cañada Fueled Spartans offense, which had 52 scores, with 23 goals and 15 assists. Named Rio Hondo League's Offensive Most Valuable Player and secured All-CIF Division V first-team honors.
FEATURES
October 25, 2007
Newcomers hold progressive dinner At a progressive dinner Oct. 13 members of the Newcomer’s Club members enjoyed appetizers at the home of Hailey and Frank Paton before moving onto several different homes in town to eat dinner. Afterward all reconvened for dessert at the home of Tina and Andy Daley . The La Cañada Newcomer’s Club is a social club for all La Cañada residents. For more information e-mail Susan Marki at smarki@charter.net or newcomerslcf@yahoo.
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By Tiffany Kelly, tiffany.kelly@latimes.com | June 13, 2013
Residents who live on Hilldale Drive don't have a lot of room to store their cars, but La Cañada Flintridge officials hope that they can keep the street empty once a month to clean up debris. The twisty, 20-foot-wide road in the southern part of the city that begins at Verdugo Boulevard is often skipped by the city's private street-sweeping service provider. Parked cars line the street, making it difficult for the sweeper to roll through every other Friday morning. Last year, 25 residents signed a petition to restrict parking on the days the sweeping occurred, but the proposal was rejected by the city's Public Works and Traffic Commission.
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SPORTS
By Seth Amitin | February 26, 2009
For a team that turned in a lot of firsts this year, Flintridge Sacred Heart soccer team has everything to be proud of, said Tologs Coach Frank Pace. ?Our girls had a great season,? Pace said. ?We accomplished much more than we thought we were going to accomplish. We won the Mission league championship for the first time.? Through their accomplishments they earned a No. 1 seed in the CIF Division II playoffs. The Tologs beat Beckman in the first round last week, but were overtaken by Saugus at Saugus, for the second time this year, on Tuesday, 1-0. ?
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