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By Story by Gabriel Rizk ?Photo by Tammy Abbott | January 2, 2008
It?s not the first time that Sam Orlandini has been named All Area Girls? Volleyball Player of the Year. The sports writers and editors of the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader, Crescenta Valley Sun and La Cañada Sun unanimously voted the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy setter to that award last year as well. The Tologs? highly successful 2007 season also was not the first in which Orlandini garnered co-Most Valuable Player honors for the Mission League ? it was the second consecutive time ?
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October 21, 2009
Natalie Innocenzi, a student at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Cañada Flintridge, on Tuesday was named the 92nd Rose Queen of the Tournament of Roses. The 16-year-old Arcadia resident, along with her court of six, will serve as ambassadors of the 121st Rose Parade and 96th Rose Bowl game New Year’s Day. The new Rose Queen was announced in front of a crowd of family, friends, classmates and media on the front lawn of Tournament House in Pasadena. To show their support for the two Rose Princesses from Flintridge Sacred Heart — Innocenzi and Princess Katherine Margarita Hernandez — half of the school’s senior class attended the ceremony.
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March 17, 2001
Local women presented at Charity League gala Several local young women were among the members of the Ticktocker Class of 2001 presented at the National Charity League of Glendale's annual Senior Presentation Saturday at the Sheraton Universal. Honored for six years of volunteer service to their community were Katy Thornton, Lauren Dixon and Kellie McElderry. Katy Thornton, of Burbank, attends Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy. Burbank native Lauren Dixon lives in Glendale and attends Hoover High School.
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April 28, 2007
Annette Arzoo, senior forward, Hoover The Tornadoes' biggest offensive threat earned second-team All-Pacific League honors. Emily Ballard, senior forward, La Canada The first-team All-Rio Hondo League choice averaged 12 points, eight rebounds and 3.6 assists a game. Elizabeth Hawthorne, sophomore guard, Bell-Jeff Averaged 10.9 points, 8.5 rebounds and was an All-CIF Southern Section Division IVAA second-team pick.
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January 7, 2006
Julie Herrera storyJunior outside hitter Julie Herrera did it all for the Tologs in '05, leading Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy to another Mission League title. A teammate might have been a better defender. Another one was perhaps quicker. And another Tolog might have been just as good a blocker. But no player on the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls' volleyball team had the complete package that Julie Herrera had. Herrera was the top player on one of the elite programs in the region.
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By Edgar Melik-Stepanyan | June 9, 2006
At about 10 a.m. Friday, Kathryn Poet boarded a bus for Santa Barbara. The junior and her Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy softball teammates were headed to Dos Pueblos High, the site of the Tologs' first CIF Southern Section playoff appearance since joining the Mission League. Once the Tologs stepped onto the field, Poet did what she's done all year. She was an exemplary leader. She occupied the top of the order and added to her team-best totals in several offensive categories.
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By Andrew Shortall, andrew.shortall@latimes.com | January 7, 2011
Camille Coffey can't tell you she led her teams in kills, aces, blocks and digs this season. She doesn't keep track of her statistics. "I don't play for numbers, I play to win," said Coffey, a Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy senior who served as captain of the Tologs volleyball team this season. "I really don't care about my numbers as long as I've done my best to win. " Coffey was primarily a soccer player until sixth grade when her club team dissolved and her mom pushed her toward volleyball because of her height.
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By Nicole Charky | April 24, 2010
After losing her father Matt Copping to a long battle with cancer, Amanda Copping remembers and honors his legacy through dance and volunteer work. The Burbank resident is a senior at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Cañada Flintridge and a member of the Burbank Chapter of National Charity League with her mother, Patricia, and sister Melissa. She has a brother, Christopher, and two sisters, Melissa and Kayla. Her entire family, including her father, who died Jan. 5, is active in the Burbank community.
FEATURES
October 22, 2009
Natalie Innocenzi, a student at Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy in La Cañada Flintridge, on Tuesday was named the 92nd Rose Queen of the Tournament of Roses. The 16-year-old Arcadia resident, along with her court of six, will serve as ambassadors of the 121st Rose Parade and 96th Rose Bowl game New Year’s Day. The new Rose Queen was announced in front of a crowd of family, friends, classmates and media on the front lawn of Tournament House in Pasadena. To show their support for the two Rose Princesses from Flintridge Sacred Heart — Innocenzi and Princess Katherine Margarita Hernandez — half of the school’s senior class attended the ceremony.
SPORTS
December 24, 2008
Michelle Cho senior, Crescenta Valley Was a seventh-place finisher in the Pacific League for the Falcons. Helped Crescenta Valley tie for second in league. ? Ravipa Losakul freshman, Burroughs Made an instant impact during her first season for Burroughs, finishing fourth in the Pacific League. She helped the Indians tie for second place in league. Tammy Panich junior, Glendale Qualified for the Freelance Tournament as an individual, as the Nitros don?
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By Story by Gabriel Rizk?Photo by Tammy Abbott | April 16, 2008
Nothing changed about the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy girls’ soccer team’s typically arduous schedule in the 2007-08 season. If anything, it was one of the toughest the Tologs took on in recent years, as 22 of their 24 contests were played against CIF Southern Section Division I or CIF playoff-bound teams and five of their opponents went on to capture their respective league titles. And there are never any matches off in Sacred Heart’s own stacked Mission League.
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January 16, 2008
 Michelle Callister, junior, Crescenta Valley Will likely be the Falcons’ top returner next season, as she was consistently Crescenta Valley’s No. 3 runner. Was fifth-best finisher at Pacific League final and took home top-50 finishes in both the CIF Southern Section and State Division I races.    Megan Doeding, junior, Crescenta Valley Battled with freshman Anneke Kakebeen down the stretch for Falcons’ fifth spot, but was a steady performer throughout the season in gobbling up points for the Falcons en route to their sixth straight Pacific League title.
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By Story by Gabriel Rizk ?Photo by Tammy Abbott | January 2, 2008
It?s not the first time that Sam Orlandini has been named All Area Girls? Volleyball Player of the Year. The sports writers and editors of the Glendale News-Press, Burbank Leader, Crescenta Valley Sun and La Cañada Sun unanimously voted the Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy setter to that award last year as well. The Tologs? highly successful 2007 season also was not the first in which Orlandini garnered co-Most Valuable Player honors for the Mission League ? it was the second consecutive time ?
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