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July 8, 2009
COACH OF THE YEAR Sean Beattie, Flintridge Prep After losing several major players to graduation, guided fourth-seeded Rebels to CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals for second time in past three years. Rebels went 20-6 and placed second in Prep League.   Edmund Chow, Flintridge Prep, Senior, Libero Registered 244 digs, 35 kills and 18 aces. Selected to All-Prep League second team and helped Rebels advance to CIF Southern Section Division V semifinals.
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July 23, 2010
Eric Boyd,¿¿¿ Crescenta Valley,¿¿¿ Senior, Middle Hitter¿¿¿ The first-team ¿¿¿All-Pacific League standout was a...
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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 Hamlet Nalbandyan | May 3, 2006
He's got a leg, and he knows how to use it. Opponents have learned that the hard way when left-footed Gary Au lets one loose from his midfield position. The Flintridge Prep boys' soccer player has frequently caught opposing goalkeepers by surprise after rocketing a ball past them from long distance. Such a strong foot ? one which can routinely kick a soccer ball three quarters of a football field ? has earned the 17-year-old plenty of impressive accolades during his four years as a Rebel.
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January 16, 2008
 Eric Kleinsasser, senior, Crescenta Valley Falcons’ No. 2 runner gave Zack Torres a run for the top spot, even finishing ahead of his junior teammate on occassion. Finished 11th in CIF-State Division I race in 15:42 and 22nd in Southern Section final in 15:21. Concluded stellar Falcons career by being named to All-State team for seniors.    Brett Matejka, senior, Crescenta Valley Throughout most of the season was Crescenta Valley’s No. 3 runner, but had likely his best race of the season at the CIF Division I final, finishing second on the team and 21st overall in 15:20.
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November 7, 2007
GIRLS’ TENNIS Burbank 10, Culver City 8 : The Bulldogs won six sets in doubles to capture the CIF Southern Section Division II wild-card match Tuesday on the road. “We live to play another day,” Burbank Coach Loi Phan said. “At least we can say we won a playoff match.” Burbank (7-6) will take on host Marlborough (9-6) — the Sunshine League champion — in a first-round match at 2 p.m. Thursday. The Bulldogs advanced to the postseason after placing fourth in the Pacific League.
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April 29, 2013
BOYS' GOLF Webb 202, Pasadena Poly 216, Buckley 223: The Panthers took second in a three-team shoot-off Monday to determine the Prep League champion. Willy Moffly carded a three-over-par 39 for Pasadena Poly at Industry Hills' Eisenhower Course. The Panthers finished second in league after winning the title last season. Webb finished first this year. BOYS' TENNIS Pasadena High in Pacific League prelims: Three Bulldogs competed in the event Monday at Pasadena High.
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By Charles Rich, charles.rich@latimes.com | May 14, 2011
GLENDALE — Having already excelled in their respective league finals, a trio of local boys' golfers is set to aim even higher. Jack Bouchard, Richie Maloof and Kelsey Danzeisen are prepared for the next step, as each will participate in the 18-hole CIF Southern Section Southern Individual Regional at 8 a.m. Monday at Las Posas Country Club in Camarillo. The top 30 from the Southern, Central and Northern Individuals — all scheduled for Monday — will advance to the CIF Individual Final, which will be held May 23 at Industry Hills Golf Club's Babe Zaharias Course.
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July 23, 2010
Eric Boyd,¿¿¿ Crescenta Valley,¿¿¿ Senior, Middle Hitter¿¿¿ The first-team ¿¿¿All-Pacific League standout was a...
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July 16, 2010
SINGLES Garrett Auproux, Freshman, Burroughs Had a fine first season for the Indians, recording a 42-5 overall record and helping Burroughs to a share of the Pacific League title. Josh Kim, Freshman, La Cañada Placed third in the tough Rio Hondo League, had a 46-14 record and helped the Spartans to the playoff quarterfinals. Ejmin Mehranian, Junior, Hoover Proved to be one of Hoover's top players, as he went 40-4 overall, 25-4 in Pacific League competition, before moving on to the semifinals of the league tournament.
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By Charles Rich | March 3, 2010
BURBANK HIGH ? The Flintridge Prep boys? tennis team appears to have the pieces in place to make anther run at a league championship. The same probably can?t be said at the moment for Burbank High. The teams opened their seasons Monday afternoon, as Flintridge Prep swept all nine singles sets to pick up a 14-4 nonleague road victory. The Rebels, who shared the Prep League championship last season, return virtually the same lineup that they featured last season. Things are vastly different at Burbank, which lost its powerful 1-2 singles combination of Arthur Karagezian and Pete Sangsuriyakul.
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By Jeff Tully | February 28, 2009
BURBANK — If an opponent can’t stop the Bellarmine-Jefferson High girls’ basketball team early in a game, it’s likely they will get steam rolled. The Guards have enjoyed their share of quick starts this season, which have left more than a few opposing teams writhing in their wake. St. Margaret’s is the latest victim to feel the wrath of the Bell-Jeff offensive juggernaut. The Guards jumped out to a big first-quarter lead Wednesday and increased that to a substantial advantage at halftime to defeat the host Tartans, 74-26, in a CIF Southern Section Division VA quarterfinal game.
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