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By Jeff Tully | October 3, 2007
BURBANK HIGH — The Burbank High girls’ volleyball program longed to be in the position Crescenta Valley was in last season. The Falcons were one of the top four finishers in the Pacific League and qualified for the CIF Southern Section playoffs. Burbank finished fifth. In addition, Crescenta Valley defeated the Bulldogs in three and four games, respectively, in their two meetings. This season, the teams have appeared to have switched positions, as Burbank is making a push for the postseason and the Falcons are looking to turn things around.
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NEWS
October 4, 2000
Jeff Tully BURROUGHS VS. CRESCENTA VALLEY WHEN: Friday, 7 p.m. WHERE: Crescenta Valley RECORDS: The Indians are 1-3; the Falcons are 4-0 LAST WEEK: Burroughs defeated Glendale, 63-7; Crescenta Valley defeated La Canada, 29-8. OUTLOOK: The Falcons enter the nonleague game on quite a roll. Along with the Spartans last week, CV has also defeated Thousand Oaks, St. Francis and Simi Valley highs. Along with a tough defense, the Falcons pack a punch with their passing offense.
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January 9, 2008
SINGLES     Rachel Fox, freshman, La Cañada Enjoyed a banner first year by advancing to the semifinals in the Rio Hondo League tournament after earlier helping the Spartans capture the league crown.   Erika Lee, senior, La Cañada Split a pair of sets against Crescenta Valley’s Sarah Ali in singles competition during the regular season.   Erin LeVoir, freshman, Crescenta Valley She calmly helped the Falcons win the Pacific League title by going 42-8 against competition that featured Glendale, Arcadia, Beverly Hills and Valencia.
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By Gabriel Rizk | September 30, 2006
LA CRESCENTA — After getting swept in its last two matches, perhaps the Crescenta Valley High girls' volleyball team is beginning to look beatable to the other teams in the Pacific League. Burbank certainly showed no fear of the Falcons in its league match Thursday, testing Crescenta Valley in a tight first game before eventually falling, 25-23, 25-15, 25-18. "I was kind of afraid we would let it slip," said the Falcons' Ally Hearn (five kills) of the first game in which the Bulldogs battled back to tie the score at 23. "We shouldn't have let it get that close."
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July 19, 2008
   Led Falcons to seventh straight Pacific League title and fourth in his varsity tenure.  Hit game-winning, three-run home run against Temescal Canyon in the CIF Southern Section Division II opening round to propel Crescenta Valley to the second round — something the Falcons did all four seasons he was there.  Led team with a .500 batting average.  Also led team with 31 runs, 28 runs batted in, 18 doubles, four home runs, 21 walks, 68 total bases and .626 on-base percentage.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan, Special to the Leader | October 29, 2010
GLENDALE — To the Crescenta Valley High football team, it appeared that its opponent on Thursday night, Burroughs, had just a few plays in its playbook. The Falcons saw the Indians run the counter, stretch run and wide receiver screen. "They run three plays," Crescenta Valley High Coach Paul Schilling said. "I have a lot more plays than that, but I'm going to use what works," Indians Coach Keith Knoop said. Those three plays worked pretty well for the Indians.
NEWS
December 4, 1999
Tom Crowther BURBANK HIGH -- Once Crescenta Valley High's James Jenkins finally started sinking his free throws, Burbank High had no answer for the Falcons' 6-foot-6 center. The junior had 20 points by the time the final quarter rolled around Thursday, despite a 1-of-6 start from the foul line. He hit three of his four fourth-quarter free throws -- in a quarter where the Falcons shot 17 from the stripe. That type of late shooting helped CV get by Burbank High, 70-63, in the semifinals of the 31th annual Burbank-Hoover Tournament at Burbank High.
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