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By Seth Amitin | November 6, 2008
As the storm clouds gathered and threatened to rain, the sun shone on La Cañada’s boys’ water polo club every few minutes as the Spartans cruised to another victory last Thursday over Temple City, 17-6, at home. “It was a nice win for our seniors,” Spartans Head Coach German Lopez said. “It’s our last home game of the season and a lot of these kids have played for the program for four or five years.” The victory comes off the heels of the team’s solid finish at the North-South Challenge in Atherton, Calif.
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October 19, 2006
The La Cañada varsity water polo team, which continues to be ranked as the top team in Division III in CIF coaches' polls, and the junior varsity squad are rolling over almost every school they play. In Rio Hondo League action last Thursday, the varsity edged host South Pasadena, 7-6, while the JV stopped the Tigers, 8-2. In addition, the freshman/sophomore squad dropped South Pasadena, 14-1. Scoring for the varsity included two goals each by Max Scott, Caleb Greig and Devon Borisoff and one goal by Mike Scott.
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By Timithie Gould | November 15, 2007
La Cañada water polo charged on toward their second consecutive CIF Southern Section Division III championship on Saturday when the team traveled to Sunny Hills to defeat the Lancers, 14-5, in a second round playoff match. The team got off to a slow start, scoring two unanswered goals in the first quarter, but picked up the pace before the half to outscore the Lancers 8-1. Junior Spencer Borisoff led the effort with six goals, followed by Nate Vail with four and Mike Scott with two. La Cañada remained strong after the break with four goals in the third before letting the Lancers back in the game with four goals to La Cañada’s two in the fourth.
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By Timithie Gould | December 13, 2007
More than 25 athletes from La Cañada High School were recently honored by the Rio Hondo League with 2007 All-League status. Coaches from all schools in the league (San Marino, South Pasadena, Monrovia, Temple City, Blair and La Cañada) gathered to vote on the best athletes in their sport, thus compiling the All-League most valuable players and first and second teams. The Spartan boys? water polo team had nine players named to the All-League roster ? no surprise considering the team finished undefeated in league (10-0)
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October 30, 2008
Katie Hansen on Senior Nat’l Team La Cañada’s favorite luger Katie Hansen placed second in the third and final USA Luge National Team race-off held on Saturday to clinch a spot on the U.S. National World Cup team. Katie, a junior at La Cañada High and member of the girls’ basketball team, finished third in the first two events to grab the third overall seeding. In January of this year, Hansen fast-tracked her way into the Junior division (20 and under)
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January 10, 2008
ALL-AREA FIRST TEAM Spencer Borisoff , junior, hole/set, La Cañada: earned spot on the All-Rio Hondo League first team. Scored 87 goals, including 17 in the postseason. Frank Hwang , junior, driver, La Cañada: helped the Spartans to an 8-0 record in Rio Hondo League. Finished with 35 goals en route to being selected to the all-league second team. Vaspur Ovasapyan , senior, driver, Glendale: finished with team-high 75 goals to lead Nitros to a Division VI playoff appearance.
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By Seth Amitin | July 10, 2008
Home field advantage didn?t help the Spartans Monday. Though the La Cañada 18-and-under water polo club led at the half at LCHS? pool, Rose Bowl Aquatics scored four unanswered goals late in the fourth quarter and sailed on to win the match, 13-9. Despite the loss, the team was on the same page. Josh Renfro led the team with four goals while Frank Hwang had two scores and an assist and Tim Perry added a couple as well. Taylor Roszkos was in net for the Spartans and made a couple of fantastic saves, managing to put up a solid effort, regardless of the score.
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November 16, 2006
On their way to repeating as CIF Southern Section Division III champions, the La Cañada boys' varsity water polo team blasted Hacienda Heights Los Altos, 22-9, in quarterfinal action on Tuesday at Citrus College. The Spartans, who easily won the Rio Hondo League title with a perfect 8-0 record and were ranked as the top team in Division III in the CIF coaches' polls all season, will play Whittier today (Thursday) in the semifinals at 5 p.m. at the Pasadena City College Pool. The winner of that contest will play the winner of the earlier Damien/Montebello game, which will take place today at PCC at 3:15 p.m., in the championship matchup on Monday at 4:30 p.m. at the Belmont Plaza Pool in Long Beach.
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By Timithie Gould | November 8, 2007
The last time La Cañada water polo played South Pasadena, the game turned into a watery battle in the Tigers? pool, complete with 12 kick-outs and one ejection ? but ended in a triumphant Spartan victory. Last Thursday?s La Cañada versus South Pasadena duel at the Spartan pool was no different as the Spartans emerged from rough waters with a 10-5 win to cap their perfect 8-0 Rio Hondo League season (19-7 overall). ?They [South Pasadena] tried to get us in foul trouble,? said Spartan Head Coach Larry Naeve.
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By Seth Amitin | November 6, 2008
As the storm clouds gathered and threatened to rain, the sun shone on La Cañada’s boys’ water polo club every few minutes as the Spartans cruised to another victory last Thursday over Temple City, 17-6, at home. “It was a nice win for our seniors,” Spartans Head Coach German Lopez said. “It’s our last home game of the season and a lot of these kids have played for the program for four or five years.” The victory comes off the heels of the team’s solid finish at the North-South Challenge in Atherton, Calif.
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