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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | January 28, 2011
BURBANK HIGH — Leading throughout the first three quarters, the Crescenta Valley High girls' basketball team was cruising along Friday against Burbank. The Falcons enjoyed their biggest lead of the game in the opening seconds of the fourth, controlling the Pacific League contest by 12 points. However, the Bulldogs battled their way back, erasing most of the lead and getting to within one with just over 22 seconds left. But Crescenta Valley was able to come up with some defensive stops in the final moments and was able to hit its free throws down the stretch to earn a 49-46 victory at Burbank.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@latimes.com | January 28, 2011
LA CRESCENTA — Something had to give. The Burroughs High and Crescenta Valley boys' soccer teams came into their Pacific League match Wednesday with just one point separating them in the standings. While the Falcons sat in first, the Indians were right behind in second. In addition, Crescenta Valley — the defending league champion — was unbeaten in its last six matches and Burroughs had not lost in its previous five. Adding to the drama was the fact that the squads tied the first time they played one another.
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By Jeff Tully, jeff.tully@lati | January 25, 2011
BURROUGHS HIGH — Since joining the Pacific League five years ago, the Burroughs High girls' basketball team has had its share of close battles with Crescenta Valley. During the four-year span, the teams took turns besting one another, as the Indians finished ahead of the Falcons twice and Crescenta Valley finished ahead of Burroughs twice. In addition, the squads never placed lower than fourth place in league. This season things have changed, however, as the Falcons field a young, inexperienced team and the Indians field one of the most successful teams in years.
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January 8, 2011
GIRLS' BASKETBALL Burroughs 49, Crescenta Valley 36 : The Indians opened Pacific League play Tuesday with an impressive win against the host Falcons. For the first half, Burroughs (11-3) and Crescenta Valley (7-6) were locked in a tight game. The Indians held a 22-20 halftime lead before playing strong defense and getting some timely baskets in turning back the Falcons, who advanced to the quarterfinals last season for the first time since 2001 with an experienced squad.
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December 24, 2010
Paulina Antaplyan, Junior, Flintridge Sacred Heart Symbolic of her team as a whole, the talented Antaplyan saved her best for last, turning in a 14th-place finish in 19:03 at Woodward Park to lead the Tologs to a program-best third-place finish at the CIF-State Division IV finals. She earned second-team All-State Division IV honors with her run, which culminated a season in which she was consistently the top runner on a Tologs squad that went up and down. Erika Johnson, Freshman, Crescenta Valley Was a difference maker late in the season in aiding the Falcons to a share of another Pacific League title.
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By Grant Gordon and Jeff Tully, grant.gordon@latimes.com | December 21, 2010
LA CRESCENTA — With rain rarely relenting and the ball speeding up, stopping and switching at an unpredictable rate, when Crescenta Valley High's girls' soccer team hosted Burroughs, the Pacific League match quickly became one in which anything could happen. The anything, essentially, turned out to be nothing. Both the Falcons and Indians survived scoring scares before walking away with a 0-0 tie on a wet and rainy Friday afternoon at CV High. With Crescenta Valley earning a 2-2 tie against Burbank two days earlier, Burroughs Coach Louie Binda knew the Falcons would come out with a solid effort.
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By Andrew Shortall | December 16, 2010
andrew.shortall@latimes.com LA CAÑADA FLINTRIDGE — The Crescenta Valley High girls' soccer offense got a jolt of life at the expense of host La Cañada on Monday afternoon after having been dormant for most of the season prior. Crescenta Valley only had one goal to its name the entire season before manufacturing three goals against the Spartans for a 3-2 comeback win, with all three coming in the second half and the game-winner coming on a fall-away effort from Whitley Boller.
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November 2, 2010
BURROUGHS VS. MUIR WHEN: 7 p.m. Friday. WHERE: Muir High. RECORDS: The Indians are 5-3, 5-0 in league; the Mustangs are 4-4, 3-2. LAST WEEK: Burroughs defeated Crescenta Valley, 21-14; Muir defeated Glendale, 31-6 OUTLOOK: The Indians had to fight from behind last week to win the game against the Falcons and stay undefeated in the Pacific League. A win this week and a victory Nov. 11 against Burbank will give the Burroughs its second league title in as many years, and its first outright crown since 2006.
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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.
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