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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | January 9, 2013
BURBANK - It was a battle within a battle when the Providence High boys' basketball team hosted Campbell Hall Friday night in a nonleague game. While the matchup between the teams was intriguing, it was a head-to-head competition between two of the top sophomores in the nation - Marcus LoVett Jr. of the Pioneers and Aaron Holiday of the Vikings - that captivated the crowd. The matchup turned out to be an epic battle, as LoVett poured in a game-high 47 points and Holiday ended with 40. The game was a thriller, as well.  Providence, down by as many as 20 in the third quarter, staged a huge comeback in the fourth to send the contest into overtime.
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January 10, 2013
In a highly anticipated matchup, two of the top sophomores in the nation--Marcus LoVett Jr. of Providence and Aaron Holiday of Campbell Hall-- squared off in a nonleague game on Wednesday . LoVett won the personal battle, dropping 47 points, more than half his team's total, while Holiday finished with 40 after fouling out with three minutes left in the game. Campbell Hall secured final bragging rights, however, surviving a torrid run by the Pioneers late in regulation to earn a 91-86 overtime victory.
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By Jeff Tully | November 11, 2006
BURBANK — The Providence High girls' volleyball team has struggled in the opening games of its two CIF Southern Section Division IVAA playoff matches. Fortunately for the Pioneers, they have been able to battle back from rocky starts to sweep the next three games in postseason wins. Thursday, Providence again came back and recorded a 20-25, 25-22, 25-22, 24-14 victory against Campbell Hall at Providence. "We struggled again in the first game," Providence Coach James Jimenez said.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | February 15, 2013
Marcus LoVett Jr., one of the most highly touted sophomore boys' basketball players in the country , has left Providence High, head of school Joe Sciuto said Friday in a statement. Earlier this month, LoVett, the reigning All-Area Boys' Basketball Player of the Year and Burbank Leader Male Athlete of the Year, left the team and didn't compete for the Pioneers in Wednesday's 72-66 loss to Lancaster Desert Christian in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division V-AA playoffs.
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November 10, 2004
Burbank High girls' tennis Coach Paul McNiff was concerned when he saw the CIF Southern Section Division III playoff pairings. That's because if the Bulldogs win their first-round match against Schurr, they will have to face No. 1-seeded Campbell Hall (14-1), the Olympic League title. Burbank (14-3) will host Schurr at 2 p.m. today at the Burbank Tennis Center. "The Schurr match is not an easy one for us as well," said McNiff, whose team finished second in the Foothill League behind Valencia.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 21, 2012
WOODLAND HILLS — The point guard matchup was clearly the most anticipated when the Providence High and Campbell Hall boys' basketball teams squared off in the War on the Floor Extravaganza. Both the Pioneers and Vikings freshman guards — Marcus Lovett, Jr. and Aaron Holiday, respectively, were asked to take a picture together by the tournament directors before Saturday's game at Taft High, which was standing room only. The game lived up to the billing, as it came down to the last second.
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BY EMIN AVAKIAN | March 8, 2013
BURBANK - The Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team was at full strength for the first time this season and it showed as the Rebels won all three of their matches in Friday pool play at the Providence Tournament at Providence High. The third match was against the host Pioneers, who won their first match of the season earlier in the day over St. Genevieve. The Rebels, however, proved to be too much for Providence in a 25-20, 25-5 victory that puts Flintridge Prep in the championship game with La Salle Saturday at 3 p.m. "It's our first tournament as a full team after getting the basketball players back," said Rebels Coach Sean Beattie, referring to seniors Harrison Jung, Chadd Cosse, Tyler Weakland and Kareem Ismail, whose basketball season ended in the first round of the Division V CIF State Basketball Championships on Wednesday.
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November 17, 2004
Jeff Tully The Burbank High girls' tennis team did all it could to get ready for No. 1-seeded Campbell Hall. However, the Bulldogs were just no match for the Vikings on Saturday, as visiting Burbank fell in the CIF Southern Section Division III match, 14-4. In anticipation of the tough competition, Burbank (14-4) Coach Paul McNiff switched some his singles players to doubles, to try and win as many sets as possible. The strategy worked for singles players Natalie Rafaelian and Lucy Youchkovets, who were pared in doubles.
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December 6, 2006
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Burroughs 71, Royal 57 : The Indians continued their fine play to open the season by winning the championship of the Valencia High Five Classic Saturday at Valencia High. The win kept Burroughs (4-0) undefeated. In the victory, Nicole Pham had a career-high 18 points to go along with 10 rebounds and eight assists. Teammate Kourtney Zilbert had 17 points, 12 rebounds and four steals and Britney Morgan had 15 points and five assists. Zilbert was named the tournament's most valuable player, as she averaged 15.5 points, 12 rebounds, 2.5 assists and 2.8 steals in four games.
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March 12, 2014
SOFTBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 12, Flintridge Prep 1: Hannah Zika had a pair of doubles Monday to spark the visiting Tologs in a nonleague game. The Tologs (5-1) got three hits from and two runs batted in from OIlivia Fitzpatrick. Therese Oshiro collected a pair of hits for the Rebels (2-2). In the circle, Oshiro struck out seven. BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Flintridge Prep 3, St. Genevieve 0: Dante Fregoso finished with 12 kills and 17 digs Monday to spark the visiting Rebels (6-1)
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March 12, 2014
SOFTBALL Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy 12, Flintridge Prep 1: Hannah Zika had a pair of doubles Monday to spark the visiting Tologs in a nonleague game. The Tologs (5-1) got three hits from and two runs batted in from OIlivia Fitzpatrick. Therese Oshiro collected a pair of hits for the Rebels (2-2). In the circle, Oshiro struck out seven. BOYS' VOLLEYBALL Flintridge Prep 3, St. Genevieve 0: Dante Fregoso finished with 12 kills and 17 digs Monday to spark the visiting Rebels (6-1)
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By Joey Kaufman, special to the Leader | February 22, 2014
STUDIO CITY - For the Providence High girls' basketball team, Saturday night's CIF Southern Section Division IV-A second-round playoff contest at Campbell Hall was a little like looking into a mirror. In the host Vikings, the Pioneers faced a foe just as scrappy, just as keen on using its defense to pester an overwhelmed opponent. "They're really aggressive," Pioneers junior guard Katia Dabbaghian said, "and we're not used to seeing that. So, it's just who can grit it out, who can be more aggressive.
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By Jon Stein, special to the Leader | February 20, 2014
BURBANK - Providence High's girls' basketball team may have entered the halftime locker room with a lead on Thursday night against Fillmore in their CIF Southern Section Division 4-A first-round match-up, but it also entered the room knowing it hadn't done quite enough. Turnovers and shaky defense allowed Fillmore to hang around in the first, but Providence dominated the second half in a 51-33 victory. "We knew we were playing poorly and with the energy we usually do," said Providence guard Katia Dabbaghian.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | October 3, 2013
A Bellarmine-Jefferson High football program that has suffered its share of struggles this season hit another speed bump this week. Already suffering from low numbers, the Guards had several players sustain injuries during a Sept. 28 nonleague game against Campbell Hall. That has left the Bell-Jeff team depleted and forced the cancellation of Saturday's 7 p.m. nonleague contest against Santa Clarita Christian at Canyon Country Canyon High, according to Guards Coach Lance Fauria. "Our main concern is the safety of our kids," said Fauria, who is in his first year.
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By Nathan Cambridge, Special to the Leader | September 28, 2013
BURBANK - It has been a challenging season so far for the Bellarmine-Jefferson High football program, as the Guards continue to struggle with a low turnout of players and a general lack of experience. It began with three canceled games, with one going down as a forfeit, and then, after finally taking the field, a stumble resulting in lopsided defeat against a high-ranking inter-division opponent that was called in the middle of the fourth quarter by first-year coach Lance Fauria. However, in their home opener Saturday night at Memorial Field, the Guards had an opportunity for the first time to get their feet solidly on the ground, taking on an opponent in Campbell Hall that had also lost games to forfeit and cancellation this season.
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BY EMIN AVAKIAN | March 8, 2013
BURBANK - The Flintridge Prep boys' volleyball team was at full strength for the first time this season and it showed as the Rebels won all three of their matches in Friday pool play at the Providence Tournament at Providence High. The third match was against the host Pioneers, who won their first match of the season earlier in the day over St. Genevieve. The Rebels, however, proved to be too much for Providence in a 25-20, 25-5 victory that puts Flintridge Prep in the championship game with La Salle Saturday at 3 p.m. "It's our first tournament as a full team after getting the basketball players back," said Rebels Coach Sean Beattie, referring to seniors Harrison Jung, Chadd Cosse, Tyler Weakland and Kareem Ismail, whose basketball season ended in the first round of the Division V CIF State Basketball Championships on Wednesday.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | February 15, 2013
Marcus LoVett Jr., one of the most highly touted sophomore boys' basketball players in the country , has left Providence High, head of school Joe Sciuto said Friday in a statement. Earlier this month, LoVett, the reigning All-Area Boys' Basketball Player of the Year and Burbank Leader Male Athlete of the Year, left the team and didn't compete for the Pioneers in Wednesday's 72-66 loss to Lancaster Desert Christian in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division V-AA playoffs.
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January 10, 2013
In a highly anticipated matchup, two of the top sophomores in the nation--Marcus LoVett Jr. of Providence and Aaron Holiday of Campbell Hall-- squared off in a nonleague game on Wednesday . LoVett won the personal battle, dropping 47 points, more than half his team's total, while Holiday finished with 40 after fouling out with three minutes left in the game. Campbell Hall secured final bragging rights, however, surviving a torrid run by the Pioneers late in regulation to earn a 91-86 overtime victory.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | January 9, 2013
BURBANK - It was a battle within a battle when the Providence High boys' basketball team hosted Campbell Hall Friday night in a nonleague game. While the matchup between the teams was intriguing, it was a head-to-head competition between two of the top sophomores in the nation - Marcus LoVett Jr. of the Pioneers and Aaron Holiday of the Vikings - that captivated the crowd. The matchup turned out to be an epic battle, as LoVett poured in a game-high 47 points and Holiday ended with 40. The game was a thriller, as well.  Providence, down by as many as 20 in the third quarter, staged a huge comeback in the fourth to send the contest into overtime.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 21, 2012
WOODLAND HILLS — The point guard matchup was clearly the most anticipated when the Providence High and Campbell Hall boys' basketball teams squared off in the War on the Floor Extravaganza. Both the Pioneers and Vikings freshman guards — Marcus Lovett, Jr. and Aaron Holiday, respectively, were asked to take a picture together by the tournament directors before Saturday's game at Taft High, which was standing room only. The game lived up to the billing, as it came down to the last second.
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