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By Seth Amitin and Grant Gordon | October 8, 2009
At the 42nd running of the annual Barnes/Staub Invitational cross-country meet on Saturday at Crescenta Valley Park, for two of the top girls’ programs in the area the day served to reaffirm their positions as hopeful division powerhouses. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy brought home victory in the Division 3 race, led by Stephanie Vargas’ second-place finish. Meanwhile, the La Cañada boys’ and girls’ squad both finished in second in the Division 2 races, with Aayush Shah taking first place in the boys (16 minutes, 24.82 seconds)
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October 6, 2005
Host Pasadena Poly defeated the Flintridge Prep girls' varsity tennis team, 11-5, in its Prep League season opener on Sept. 22. The Rebels, who fell to 2-2 overall and to 0-1 in league, hosted Webb School on Tuesday in a league match. Results were not available at press time. Prep will visit Mayfield Senior High today (Thursday) for a 3:30 p.m. league contest, host Pasadena in a 3:15 p.m. nonleague home match tomorrow (Friday), and will host Westridge School next Tuesday and Pasadena Poly next Thursday in 3:15 p.m. league matches.
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July 20, 2007
Area’s Top Performers: Boys’ Swimming   50-Yard Freestyle Devon Borisoff, La Cañada—21.13   100 Freestyle Devon Borisoff, La Cañada—46.92   200 Freestyle Julian Lawrence, La Cañada—1:44.41   500 Freestyle Jerrold Lee, La Cañada—4:37.77   100 Backstroke Ian Mirisola, La Cañada—51.
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By Seth Amitin | May 8, 2008
La Cañada boys’ and girls’ swimming teams showed up in style to the Rio Hondo swimming finals on Friday, dominating most of the swimming events and both teams winning first place overall. The boys’ and girls’ team finished with an overwhelming combined score of 633.5 total points, 139.5 points more than San Marino’s second place finish of 494. The boys’ had 345.5 points, with San Marino’s 259 trailing behind them, while the girls’ team came up with 288 total points, ahead of South Pasadena’s 249. “The girls did very well at league,” La Cañada girls’ swim coach Steve Silversparre said.
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March 8, 2007
The CCY Dragon swim team capped off a winning season by taking first place at the Southern California YMCA League Championships at the City of El Monte Aquatic Center. Ranging in age from six to seventeen, these 61 swimmers coached by Joy Lim, Richard Hamilton and John Loussisarian ended a stellar season as 48 young Dragons made the cut in the preliminary session to advance to finals. Eight Dragon swimmers had exceptional performances by winning all of their events, beginning with twelve-year-old Young Tae Seo who set a league record in the boys' 11-12 200 IM, then went on to ace the 100 and 200 free and anchor a winning relay.
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By Grant Gordon and Jeff Tully, grant.gordon@latimes.com | October 6, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — While having garnered their share of area accolades, success for Crescenta Valley High's Claudia Pham and Burroughs' Anthony Monroy has often understandably been overshadowed by those that finished ahead of them. But on a humid Saturday morning at Crescenta Valley Park, there was nobody in front of Monroy or Pham at the Staub/Barnes Invitational. Both runners claimed victory in their respective Division I races, while Pham led an impressive overall effort for the Falcons, who took first as a team with a 31-point tally.
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By Seth Amitin and Grant Gordon | October 8, 2009
At the 42nd running of the annual Barnes/Staub Invitational cross-country meet on Saturday at Crescenta Valley Park, for two of the top girls’ programs in the area the day served to reaffirm their positions as hopeful division powerhouses. Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy brought home victory in the Division 3 race, led by Stephanie Vargas’ second-place finish. Meanwhile, the La Cañada boys’ and girls’ squad both finished in second in the Division 2 races, with Aayush Shah taking first place in the boys (16 minutes, 24.82 seconds)
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October 6, 2005
Host Pasadena Poly defeated the Flintridge Prep girls' varsity tennis team, 11-5, in its Prep League season opener on Sept. 22. The Rebels, who fell to 2-2 overall and to 0-1 in league, hosted Webb School on Tuesday in a league match. Results were not available at press time. Prep will visit Mayfield Senior High today (Thursday) for a 3:30 p.m. league contest, host Pasadena in a 3:15 p.m. nonleague home match tomorrow (Friday), and will host Westridge School next Tuesday and Pasadena Poly next Thursday in 3:15 p.m. league matches.
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